Fiction - Mystery - Historical

Sherlock Holmes and the Dance of the Tiger

The Great Detective in Love Book 2
By Suzette Hollingsworth

Sherlock Holmes and the Dance of the Tiger (The Great Detective in Love Book 2) by Suzette Hollingsworth is a historical mystery fiction novel that takes place after Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Sword Princess. This is a book that would appeal most...

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Sherlock Holmes, His Wife and the Hunt for Jack the Ripper

By India Millar

Sherlock Holmes, His Wife and the Hunt for Jack the Ripper is a suspenseful historical mystery by India Millar. She has written a different version to the popular Sherlock Holmes' mysteries by including a wife, Eleanor “Nellie,” and a daughter, Nona. Jack the Ripper has...

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Sugarland

A Jazz Age Mystery
By Martha Conway

Eve Louise Riser comes from a family of musicians; she is a gifted pianist who plays with Jimmy Blakeley and His Stoptime Syncopaters. She wrote and published a few songs under the pen name E.R. King. On the other side of her life, it seems...

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Speakeasy

A Novella
By A. M. Dunnewin

Speakeasy: A Novella is a fiction novel written by A.M. Dunnewin. The year is 1925 and as Eddie Durante checks the inventory at his underground speakeasy, most of Eddie’s patrons are oblivious to the club’s mobster clientele. Eddie still mourns the loss of his wife,...

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Sarai

A Sarah Somers Series
By Lilya Myers

Sarai by Lilya Myers is an intelligent murder mystery that packs the punch of an exotic, well-made Turkish coffee. Fragrant, strong and intoxicating, it mesmerizes the senses like the wafting flame of a candle from the first page onward, leaving readers spellbound and unable to...

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Scarlet Letter Lives

By Maureen K. Wlodarczyk

In an absolutely wonderful work of fiction with a very interesting true historical basis, Scarlet Letter Lives by author Maureen K. Wlodarczyk follows the story of the owners of three copies of an 1850s release of The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. The books start...

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St. Louis Affair

The Adventures of Herbert Falken
By Michael Scheffel

In the city of St. Louis, the Gay Nineties, as the time period is later known, have brought about major changes; a thriving metropolis where trolley cars, carriages, and even automobiles can be seen everywhere. But like many large cities, it has a dark side....

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South of Rising Sun

By J.D. McCall

In South of Rising Sun, author J.D. McCall tells the story of a US Marshall, Al Taggart, and his efforts to solve Kansas rancher James Harper's trouble with some highly resourceful cattle rustlers. In attempting to solve the mystery of the missing cattle, Taggart is...

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Seeing by Moonlight

By MF Thomas,Nicholas Thurkettle

Seeing by Moonlight is a literary historical thriller written by M.F. Thomas and Nicholas Thurkettle. When we first meet Alex Pyke, he's congratulating himself over shifting a used Civic that had languished in the used car lot where he works as a salesman. He likes...

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Sir Laurence Dies

Dies Trilogy, Volume 1
By Christopher D. Abbott

Sir Laurence Dies is a detective mystery, written by Christopher D. Abbott, featuring Dutch psychologist, Dr. Pieter Straay, who has a keen interest in crime. He's on his way to England from Amsterdam when he's approached by Sir Laurence Gregson, a retired Lieutenant Colonel. Sir...

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