Dark Queen Rising By Paul Doherty

Edward, Duke of York, has imprisoned Henry VI and crowned himself King Edward IV. The final battle of the Wars of the Roses has ended. The House of Lancaster has been defeated with 14-year-old Henry Tudor now the only Lancastrian with a claim to the throne. His mother, Margaret of Beaufort, Countess of Richmond is …

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The Dead Don’t Wait by Michael Jecks

Living in London in 1555 was never easy, but former cutpurse and now reluctant assassin Jack Blackjack is having one hell of a bad day. He’s in debt to some very nasty moneylenders, the pretty wench he’s trying to bed turn’s out to be a con artist, and he’s got some serious servant problems. Now …

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Woman in the Veil by Laura Joh Rowland

Sarah Bain is a crime scene photographer for the Daily World newspaper in 1890 London. She, along with her friends and colleagues Mick O’Reilly and Hugh Staunton, is in search of a new case. When they come upon the scene of a murdered woman by the Thames, Sarah realizes the woman is very much alive …

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Without a Trace by Mel Starr

Sir Aymer, his wife Lady Philippa and their household have traveled to Brampton to visit Sir Gilbert. On their arrival it is discovered that the Lady and her maid have disappeared from the wagon in which they were traveling. Were they kidnapped by felons or has Lady Philippa fled a marriage she could no longer …

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The Body on the Train by Frances Brody

An unidentified body is found on a special train from Yorkshire. In the wake of workers strikes Scotland Yard suspects someone is attempting to fomenting unrest and request that Kate Shackleton investigate. Soon she uncovers another murder. Is it just a coincidence? Kate doesn’t believe in coincidences. The local police have their culprit, but Kate …

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