In 1910, the imminent appearance of Halley’s Comet set off an unusual collection of fears, theories, and superstitions.
REVIEW: The Twyford Code
Steve “Smithy” Smith is both Magwitch and Pip in this unusual story of wild expectations and the long-delayed solution to a mystery that has haunted him for decades.
REVIEW: A Mystery of Mysteries
As many theories as there are about how Poe died, there are even more reasons why he lived. This book is a wonderful read for Poe enthusiasts, but it’s also a reminder that there are dozens of ways people have come to admire Poe, and each is as beguiling as the last.
REVIEW: Everyone In My Family Has Killed Someone
A somewhat estranged family agrees to meet up for a reunion for an odd reason — one of the Cunningham sons is being released from prison. What follows is a thriller with numerous clues, multiple suspects, and of course, a blizzard that traps everyone at the hotel. When everyone is a suspect and no one can escape, time is ticking to find out who the killer is, and what they want.
REVIEW: City Under One Roof
This debut novel, a mystery thriller, is set in the fictional but entirely plausible Point Mettier, Alaska. Only a couple hundred people live there year-round, and they all live in one apartment building. Then body parts begin washing up on shore…