Book 1: Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries
A cavalry captain returns from the Napoleonic wars to find the doors of London society closed to him. Then a missing girl and horrific corpse plunge Captain Gabriel Lacey into the dark underworld of Regency London.
Introducing Kat Holloway
Prequel: Kat Holloway "Below Stairs" Victorian Mysteries
London, 1880−Kat Holloway, highly sought-after young cook to the wealthy of London, finds herself embroiled in murder when she’s accused of poisoning her employer, the loathsome Sir Lionel Leigh-Bradbury. Her only help as she works to clear her name comes from the mysterious Daniel McAdam, a handsome man-of-all-work who seems to know everyone and always happens to be in the right place at the right time. Kat and Daniel investigate the crime, but the mystery of Daniel’s background might be just as elusive and dangerous as the poisoner bent on framing Kat for murder.
Prequel to The Kat Holloway Below Stairs Mysteries.
Note: This book is available in print in the anthology, Murder Most Historical. While Soupçon of Poison is novella length (11 chapters), the other books in the Kat Holloway series are full-length novels.
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Book 12: Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries
March 21, 2017
Captain Lacey is recruited to assist the Prince Regent in a discreet problem at Carlton House, the prince’s lavish London residence.
Book 1: Kat Holloway BelowStairs Mysteries
Kat Holloway takes a position in a Mayfair mansion and soon finds herself immersed in the odd household of Lord Rankin. Kat is unbothered by the family’s eccentricities as long as they stay away from her kitchen, but trouble finds its way below stairs when her young Irish assistant is murdered.
Intent on discovering who killed the helpless kitchen maid, Kat turns to the ever-capable Daniel McAdam, who is certainly much more than the charming deliveryman he pretends to be. Along with the assistance of Lord Rankin’s unconventional sister-in-law and a friend of Daniel’s who is a mathematical genius, Kat and Daniel discover that the household murder was the barest tip of a plot rife with danger and treason—one that might be a threat to Queen Victoria herself.
Book 1 in the Kat Holloway Mysteries. Available in print, e-, and audio.
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