DOWN A DARK RIVER: The Crooked Lane to Inspector Corravan [INTERVIEW]

Karen Odden in Bournemouth, England
“I’m in Bournemouth, England… because I got on the wrong train and ended up there instead of in London. Truly the dumb American mistake.”(Photo courtesy Karen Odden)

We love stories that can transport us to another time and place. Today’s guest, author Karen Odden, is one woman who is quite adept at doing just this. Her latest novel, Down a Dark River, takes us to Victorian London where a rash of murders is causing quite the stir. Our exclusive interview with the author is one of our most in depth pieces ever, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did! —J&H

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Pam Lecky Will Win Your Heart with ‘Her Secret War’ [DIAMOND REVIEW]

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Does a young woman have what it takes to become a spy? (Photo courtesy Canva)
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She thought they were safe. But that was before she heard the drone of planes overhead. The following day’s events changes her life forever. Does she have what it takes to rise from the ashes and forge a new path as a spy? Find out in Pam Lecky’s Her Secret War.

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One Family’s Secrets May Put Them in Peril in Tea Cooper’s ‘The Cartographer’s Secret’ [REVIEW]

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A map connects one family to its deepest secrets in Tea Cooper’s The Cartographer’s Secret. (Image courtesy Canva)

Two women separated by time, but bound by blood. One set out on an adventure determined to win a prize. The other must solve a decades old puzzle to find redemption for her family. Will either of them truly get what they want? Find out in Tea Cooper’s spellbinding new historical novel set against the majestic Australian landscape, The Cartographer’s Secret.

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THE KING’S ANATOMIST: The Journey of Ron Blumenfeld [Interview]

Ron Blumenfeld
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While Ron Blumenfeld may not be a household name just yet, he may soon become synonymous with the most famous anatomist in history, Andreas Vesalius. He’s just published a historical mystery surrounding this enigmatic figure, one that is rich in history, adventure, and imagination. We hope you enjoy our exclusive interview with the author! —J&H

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The Orphans of Tolosa Trilogy Comes to a Dramatic End in Susanne Dunlap’s ‘Voices in the Mist’ [FEATURE]

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In 2019, we interviewed author Susanne Dunlap regarding her Orphans of Tolosa series. Now she has finally released her third installment, Voices in the Mist, and we wanted to be sure it was on your radar. Not only does it mark the conclusion to this epic trilogy, but it is a book that is jam packed with adventure and dripping with drama. If you enjoyed the first two novels, you definitely won’t want to miss this one! —J&H

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