We The Gods of Gotham fans have been waiting for this one! Here is another spell-binding story involving New York copper star Timothy Wilde, the bright but self-deprecating detective now faced with the murder of a beautiful free Black woman and the kidnapping of free Blacks into slavery. Just loved it!
Spanning time, countries and characters, never has the discovery and study of plants been so beautifully rendered as through the life of brilliant Alma Whittaker, whose quest for knowledge is simply stunning.
Gritty, gruesome—-good! Paris Police Commandant Camille Verhoeven must find a kidnap victim with no name or other info. Who is Alex Prevost and why was she kidnapped? Read and find out. I couldn’t put this one down!
Is it the beautiful writing or the wonderful characters? Is it the haunting plot or the superb rendering of human nature? Yes, it is! Almost Orwellian in its message, this novel examines a truly remarkable, if fantastical event—the return of the dead. A
fiercely must read!
If you loved “Lonesome Dove” here is another great novel of the West; namely, Texas. Gritty and disturbing, the McCullough family represents a part of our history that is moving, disturbing and edifying. Beautifully written and this is a must read.
At first glance this is an easy read, but it is a smart read for someone looking for a substantial storyline. Three women, Rachel, Cecilia and Tess are unconsciously connected by a tragic event – Cecelia’s husband’s secret. This will be great for a book group.
Place and time are so important in this mysterious and puzzling debut novel set during prohibition in New York. Deceit, murder, and a very unreliable narrator will keep you guessing to the end. Who is Rose Baker – really?