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Pamela Oldfield, The Fairfax Legacy , about a troubled woman who sets out to find the truth of her past after her father cuts her out of his will in Pamela Oldfield, Truth Will Out , about a bride whose husband suddenly disappears while they are on holiday in Patricia O'Reilly, Time and Destiny , about an Irish-born designer who tells her story of working in Paris in the s to a reporter decades later when she is in her nineties. Michelle Paver, Dark Matter , about a London man who joins an Arctic expedition in which encounters a mysterious and deadly horror as the Arctic winter closes in.

Michelle Paver, Thin Air , a ghost story about five Englishmen who in set out to conquer Kangchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the Himalayas. John Preston, The Dig , about the landowner and archaeologists involved in the Sutton Hoo excavation. Mohamed al-Mansi Qandil, A Cloudy Day on the Western Shore , a novel which imagines archaeologist Howard Carter, who discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen in the s, meeting an Egyptian woman who resembles Nefertiti. Brenda Reid, The House of Dust and Dreams , about the wife of a British diplomat who moves to Crete with her husband when he is assigned to work there in , and loves it so much that she stays on after he is sent elsewhere.

Carol Rivers, In the Bleak Midwinter , about a young woman in London's East End after the Armistice whose brother has been sent to prison as a deserter. Jennifer Robson, Moonlight Over Paris , about a young Englishwoman who travels to Paris in , where she becomes drawn into a circle of American expatriates. Erika Robuck, Fallen Beauty , about the friendship that develops between an unwed mother working as a seamstress and poet Edna St. Vincent Millay.

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Neil Spring, The Ghost Hunters , about a woman who takes a job in as assistant to a ghost hunter noted for exposing frauds and assists him in investigating the phenomena at Borley Rectory. Wesley Stace, Charles Jessold, Considered as a Murderer , about a young composer who, on the eve of his new opera's premiere in , murders his wife and her lover and commits suicide, a scenario that echoes the opera's story.

Jessica Stirling, The Paradise Waltz , about a country schoolteacher in the s who finds herself unexpectedly falling in love. Simone St. James, The Haunting of Maddy Clare , about a woman whose temp agency sends her to find out more about the spirit of a maid who killed herself in a man's barn and continues to haunt it but will not speak with men. James, An Inquiry into Love and Death , a ghost story set in the s, about an Oxford student investigating strange occurrences after the death of her uncle, whom she learns was a self-styled ghost hunter.

James, Silence for the Dead , about a woman working in a British hospital for shell-shocked World War I veterans who begins to suspect the hospital is haunted. James, The Other Side of Midnight , about a London medium who reluctantly agrees to help investigate the murder of another medium, with the assistance of a man dedicated to debunking psychics. James, Lost Among the Living , about a young widow who in goes to work as a paid companion on a haunted estate.

Norah Vincent, Adeline , about the novelist Virginia Woolf from to her death by suicide in Catriona Ward, Rawblood , about a Dartmoor family in which suffers from a generations-old curse that causes all of the family members to die young. Sarah Waters, The Paying Guests , about a London spinster and her widowed mother who take an unhappily married couple into their house as boarders in the s, and the disruptions that follow.

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Katherine Webb, A Half-Forgotten Song , about a lonely girl on the Dorset coast who falls in love with an artist who moves there with his mistress in Fay Weldon, Before The War , about a tall, intelligent spinster who in contrives to marry a gentleman publisher after she finds out she is pregnant. Aliya Whiteley, The Arrival of Missives , speculative fiction about a young woman in rural England who is in love with a schoolteacher disfigured during WWI, and finds she must make a choice on May Day that will change her life.

Lauren Willig, The Other Daughter , about a young woman who returns home to England in the s after her mother's death to discover the father she believed dead is alive, and that she is illegitimate. Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway , a stream-of-consciousness novel about a day in the life of a London woman who will host a party that evening; a contemporary novel at the time it was written.

Rennie Airth, River of Darkness , about a Scotland Yard detective who must solve the murders of four people in a Surrey manor house in ; 1 in the Inspector Madden series. Rennie Airth, The Blood-Dimmed Tide , about a former Scotland Yard detective, now a farmer, who discovers the body of a young girl in and feels the need to conduct his own investigation; 3 in the Inspector Madden series. Rennie Airth, The Dead of Winter , about a former Scotland Yard detective, now a farmer, who feels responsible for the safety of a young Polish woman who worked on his farm when she is murdered during a London blackout in ; 3 in the Inspector Madden series.

Rennie Airth, The Reckoning , about a former Scotland Yard detective, now a farmer, who is asked to help investigate the murder of a retired bank manager; 4 in the Inspector Madden series. Wodehouse, about a dim-witted English aristocrat who finds a body in the library and asks his sister to help investigate; 1 in the Blotto and Twinks mystery series.

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Wodehouse, about a dim-witted English aristocrat and his sister investigating the murder of a duchess; 2 in the Blotto and Twinks mystery series. Wodehouse, about a dim-witted English aristocrat and his sister investigating an art theft and a kidnapping; 3 in the Blotto and Twinks mystery series. Wodehouse, about an English aristocrat whose mother sends him to Chicago with his sister to marry an heiress; 4 in the Blotto and Twinks mystery series.

Frances Brody, Dying in the Wool , about a Yorkshire woman who tries to find out what happened to a mill owner who disappeared; 1 in the Kate Shackleton mystery series. Frances Brody, A Medal for Murder , about a Yorkshire woman who discovers a dead body when she goes for a night at the theatre in ; 2 in the Kate Shackleton mystery series.

Frances Brody, Murder in the Afternoon , about a Yorkshire woman who investigates the murder of a stone mason; 3 in the Kate Shackleton mystery series. Frances Brody, A Woman Unknown , about a woman detective hired to investigate the robbery of a pawn shop in Harrogate during the s; 4 in the Kate Shackleton mystery series.

Frances Brody, A Death in the Dales , about a woman detective who, while on vacation in Yorkshire, looks into the secrets left behind by the only witness to the murder of a tavern landlord; 5 in the Kate Shackleton mystery series. Rhys Bowen, Her Royal Spyness , a humorous murder mystery set in London about a young woman who is a cousin of King George V attempting to survive as an ordinary person while acting as a spy for the Queen; 1 in the Royal Spyness mystery series.

Rhys Bowen, A Royal Pain , a humorous murder mystery about a young woman distantly in line to the throne who is asked to entertain a Bavarian princess while she also tries to find out why there is a dead body in a bookshop; 2 in the Royal Spyness mystery series. Rhys Bowen, Royal Flush , a humorous murder mystery about a young woman distantly in line to the throne who misunderstands the meaning of "Escort Service" and is sent home to Scotland in disgrace where she finds that someone may intend to shoot the Prince of Wales during a grouse hunt; 3 in the Royal Spyness mystery series.

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Rhys Bowen, Royal Blood , a humorous murder mystery about a young woman distantly in line to the throne who goes to a royal wedding in Romania, where the head of the Romanian army has been poisoned during a banquet; 4 in the Royal Spyness mystery series. Rhys Bowen, Naughty in Nice , about an impoverished distant relative of the queen sent to Nice in to recover a stolen snuff box, where she models for Coco Chanel and stumbles upon a case of murder; 5 in the Royal Spyness mystery series.

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Rhys Bowen, The Twelve Clues of Christmas , about an impoverished distant relative of the queen hired to serve as hostess for a holiday party in a village where a series of fatal "accidents" have been plaguing residents; 6 in the Royal Spyness mystery series. Rhys Bowen, Heirs and Graces , about a young woman distantly in line to the throne who, on a mission to help an Australian relative learn upper-class British manners, must also clear him of murder charges when a duke is killed; 7 in the Royal Spyness mystery series.

Rhys Bowen, Queen of Hearts , about about a young woman distantly in line to the English throne who travels to America with her mother, an actress in need of a quick divorce, and becomes involved in the search for a jewel thief aboard ship; 8 in the Royal Spyness mystery series. John Boyne, Next of Kin , a thriller about a young aristocrat in London who finds himself in serious trouble when he learns he was cut out of his late uncle's will, which he was counting on to cover his gambling debts.

Joanna Challis, Murder on the Cliffs , a mystery featuring twenty-one-year-old budding novelist Daphne du Maurier as the sleuth who sets out to uncover a murderer after she happens across the drowned body of a beautiful woman. Joanna Challis, Peril at Somner House , a mystery which imagines young writer Daphne du Maurier as an amateur sleuth visiting the estate of an aristocrat and his philandering wife on an island off the Cornish coast; 2 in the Daphne du Maurier mystery series. Barbara Cleverly, The Tomb of Zeus , about a woman archaeologist in Crete in whose project is endangered by murder; 1 in the Laetitia Talbot mystery series.

Barbara Cleverly, Bright Hair About the Bone , about a woman archaeologist whose excavation of an ancient church in Burgundy is overshadowed by the violent death of her godfather; 2 in the Laetitia Talbot mystery series. Barbara Cleverly, A Darker God , about a woman archaeologist in Athens in who assists a Scotland Yard detective in investigating the murder of a classics scholar during a rehearsal of an English production of Agamemnon ; 3 in the Laetitia Talbot mystery series. Carola Dunn, Death at Wentwater Court , about an aristocratic young woman in s England who embarks on a writing career which leads her to a murder investigation; 1 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

Carola Dunn, The Winter Garden Mystery , about an aristocratic young woman in s England who discovers the body of a missing parlour maid; 2 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Carola Dunn, Requiem for a Mezzo , about an aristocratic young woman in s England who helps a Scotland Yard inspector investigate the murder of a soprano; 3 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

Carola Dunn, Murder on the Flying Scotsman , about an aristocratic young woman in s England who becomes involved in a murder investigation when a man is found dead in the train she is traveling on; 4 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Carola Dunn, Dead in the Water , about an aristocratic young woman in s England who investigates a murder during a boat race; 6 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Carola Dunn, Styx and Stones , about an aristocratic young woman in s England who investigates an outbreak of poison-pen letters in a village that escalates to murder; 7 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

Carola Dunn, Rattle His Bones , about an aristocratic young woman in s England who investigates the death of a museum curator amid a pile of dinosaur bones; 8 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Carola Dunn, To Davy Jones Below , about an aristocratic young woman embarked upon a honeymoon voyage with her Scotland Yard inspector husband when a series of unusual deaths leads them to suspect a murderer is aboard their ship; 9 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Carola Dunn, The Case of the Murdered Muckraker , about an aristocratic young woman whose honeymoon is interrupted by the murder of a muckraking journalist; 10 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

Carola Dunn, Mistletoe and Murder , about an aristocratic young woman in s England whose Christmas visit to her family's old Cornish estate is complicated by ghost stories and murder; 11 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Carola Dunn, Die Laughing , about an aristocratic young woman in s England who discovers her dentist's dead body when she goes for an appointment; 12 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

Carola Dunn, A Mourning Wedding , about an aristocratic young woman in s England who encounters a series of suspicious deaths when she attends a family wedding; 13 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Carola Dunn, Fall of a Philanderer , about an aristocratic young woman in s England whose seaside holiday is disrupted by the death of the local Don Juan; 14 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Carola Dunn, Gunpowder Plot , about an aristocratic young woman in s England who investigates a murder during a Guy Fawkes Day celebration; 15 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

Carola Dunn, The Bloody Tower , about an aristocratic new mother of twins in s England who discovers a murdered warder after a tour of the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London; 16 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

Carola Dunn, Black Ship , about the young wife of a Scotland Yard detective and mother of twins who investigates the appearance of a dead body in their new house; 17 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Carola Dunn, Sheer Folly , about a Scotland Yard detective's wife who, collaborating with a photographer friend on a book about follies, goes to a house party at a country manor where a murder occurs in the grotto they want to include in their book; 18 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

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Carola Dunn, Anthem for Doomed Youth , about the sleuthing wife of a Scotland Yard detective who becomes involved in the investigation of a series of murders related to the Great War; 19 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Carola Dunn, Gone West , about a Scotland Yard detective's sleuthing wife who agrees to help a friend who, having temporarily taken over writing pot-boiler Westerns for her employer, now fears someone is poisoning him; 20 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

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Carola Dunn, Heirs of the Body , about a Scotland Yard detective's sleuthing wife who travels with her husband to her cousin's country estate to help decide which of his four potential heirs has the strongest claim; 21 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Review at the Seattle Times. Carola Dunn, Superfluous Women , about a Scotland Yard detective's sleuthing wife who lunches with a group of single friends and discovers a corpse in the locked wine cellar; 22 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

Carola Dunn, The Corpse at the Crystal Palace , about a Scotland Yard detective's sleuthing wife who takes an outing to the Crystal Palace with her young cousins and their nanny, at which she discovers the body of a woman dressed in a nanny's uniform; 23 in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. Martin Edwards, Gallows Court , about an ambitious young newspaperman in London who suspects there is more than meets the eye to the amateur sleuthing success achieved by the daughter of a notorious hanging judge. Kate Ellis, A High Mortality of Doves , about a London detective who comes to Derbyshire in to investigate the murder of a young woman who was a volunteer nurse during the war.

Jessica Fellowes, The Mitford Murders , about a young woman who becomes a nursemaid and companion to the Mitford sisters in , and becomes involved in trying to find out who murdered a nurse on a train; based on a real, unsolved murder; 1 in the Mitford Murders mystery series. Jessica Fellowes, Bright Young Dead , about the Mitford sisters in the s trying to solve a mystery after a man is pushed to his death from a nearby bell tower during a birthday party for one of the sisters; 2 in the Mitford Murders mystery series.

Robert Goddard, The Ways of the World , about the son of a British diplomat who dies in a fall from the roof of his mistress's apartment building shortly before the negotiations at the close of World War I, who refuses to accept the official explanation for his father's death and sets out to find the truth; 1 in the James Maxted series. Robert Goddard, The Corners of the Globe , about a British spy working as a double agent in the Orkneys and searching for a document held on a German ship; 2 in the James Maxted series.

Robert Goddard, The Ends of the Earth , about a British agent whose team, believing him dead, follows his trail to Japan, where they encounter a sinister German spy; 3 in the Wide World trilogy. Dolores Gordon-Smith, Mad about the Boy?