Call of the Blackbird

By Nancy Polk Hall

Call of the Blackbird is a historical fiction mystery novel by Nancy Polk Hall. Carrie Mitchell travels to France to visit her childhood friend Colette and after a week, decides to take a break. She rents a car, drives into the French countryside, and takes...

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Voices in the Sanitorium

By Amy Lynn Walsh

In Voices in the Sanitorium by Amy Lynn Walsh, Kathleen and Collin have to relocate with their four children from Manhattan to Scranton, near the ruins of West Mountain Sanitorium, where people with tuberculosis went to be treated in the 1930s. Aislyn, their eldest teenage...

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The Alewives

A plague-era tale of murder, friendship, and fine ale
By Elizabeth R. Andersen

The aftermath of the bubonic plague, dubbed the great pestilence, was a difficult time for everyone. It was especially tough for Appel and Efi, who lost their families to the plague. Lacking any means to feed her drunk husband and twelve children, Gritta faced a...

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Timeless Mysteries

Three Sisters Island Mysteries, Book 3
By Casi McLean

Bulwer-Lytton’s classic opening line, “It was a dark and stormy night,” has met with considerable disdain over the years, but, in reality, beginning a story with a horrific storm is a good way to set the scene and engage readers. Set the scene in two...

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One Murder Too Many

By Wayne Clark

Fans of whodunnit murder mysteries or sleuth investigative stories are in for a treat with Wayne Clark's One Murder Too Many. Set in the 1920s, the book follows Humphrey Barstal, a former NYPD cop turned private investigator whose services are sought by an aspiring writer...

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The Bones of Santorini

An Edward Tyrington Mystery
By Joni Swift

The year is 1863, and Britain is at loggerheads with France over the construction of the Suez Canal. Yet someone is infuriating the English further by selling their naval secrets to the French. All efforts to uncover the identity of this person proved abortive -...

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The Secret of Matterdale Hall

By Marianne Ratcliffe

The Secret of Matterdale Hall by Marianne Ratcliffe is a slow-burn gothic historical novel set in a secluded Yorkshire boarding school. After having grown up in relative comfort, Susan Mottram finds herself thrust into poverty upon her father's death. With her mother and sister to...

The Note

A Historical Mystery
By Allison Maruska

Ari finds a note with an address in the pocket of an authentic tweed swing coat she recently purchased. She visits this address but only finds a burned-out building with a locked underground cellar. The lock is brand new, meaning someone wants to protect the...

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Norah Waverley

By Jeanette Collins

Norah Waverley by Jeanette Collins is a time-travel mystery romance. Norah has been alone in the world since her father’s death when she was seven. She works at a library and is content, although she longs for a family. When a strange lawyer informs her...

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Jaguars and Other Game

By Brynn Barineau

Jaguars and Other Game is a historical novel by Brynn Barineau. Set in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1809, the book follows the adventures of Maria and Isabel Azevedo, two sisters who lead a mule train to transport gold from the mines in Minas Gerais...

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