Tag Archives: mystery novel

Review: The Vanisher Variations, a Jewish Regency mystery mostly set in Brighton

The Vanisher Variations is definitely one of the Libi Astaire Jewish Regencies that stands out in the series for well-constructed plot, satisfyingness of the mystery’s solution, representation of diversity, and even just how much fun I had reading it. At … Continue reading

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Lesbian detective romance in 1880’s New York

Despite being listed as the second book in a series, Debra Hyde’s The Tattered Heiress stands completely alone, surpasses the first volume in quality in my opinion, and details a relationship backstory completely missing from the other book. I’d say you’re … Continue reading

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Lighthearted New Adult lesbian mystery in a tropical fairy-tale setting: PREORDER

The celebration continues — I woke up to find out that Prizm has put A Harvest of Ripe Figs up for preorder for $4.49. The plot: lesbian queen (in lilac) goes on detective hunt to find a young music star’s stolen … Continue reading

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