Historical Mystery eBooks
Strikes You're Dead, by Robert Goldsborough. In
1938 Chicago, Snap Malek is a reporter in a city gripped by a political
machine and the post-Capone crime syndicate. The winds of change bring
the story of a lifetime when a candidate for mayor is killed.
by Kathy Lynn Emerson. During the reign of Mary Tudor,
Cordell Shelby's father is poisoned, and she alone suspects he was
|The Birth of Blue Satan,
by Patricia Wynn. It is 1715. Falsely accused of
murdering his own father, Viscount St. Mars must evade the men who
would hang him, while trying to unmask his father's killer.
His one true-hearted friend, Mrs. Kean, waiting woman to the
lady he had hoped to make his wife, becomes his eyes and ears in
society. This is the first in a new mystery series.
by Howard Hopkins. A vicious killer stalks the dusty streets
of Mascarada, New Mexico, slicing the throats of saloon girls like some
Western Day Jack the Ripper.
|The Sea Hath
Spoken, by Stephen Lewis. When a sailor is found
dead, and then there's contention at the Puritan services, the Quakers
the Pen, by Kathy Lynn Emerson. Diana Spaulding is
a widowed theatrical columnist trying to survive in the scandal-fueled
journalistic world of 1888 New York City.
|Face Down in
the Marrow-Bone Pie, by Kathy Lynn Emerson. When
the steward at her husband's Lancashire estate dies under mysterious
circumstances, Susanna, Lady Appleton suspects he was murdered.
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