CAFE READS: Marian Halcombe, by Brenda Clough

Marian Halcombe: A Most Dangerous Woman picks up where Wilkie Collins’ famous The Woman in White leaves off. So a few words about The Woman in White. It first appeared in Dickens’ magazine All the Year Round from 1859-60, and is … Continue reading

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BVC Reviews: David Liss and Barbara Monajem

Two book reviews of Englands past: David Liss’s THE PECULIARITIES, out in September from Tachyon Publications, and LADY ROSAMUND AND THE POISONED PEN, by USA Today bestselling author Barbara Monajem.

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BVC Announces Merely Magic by Patricia Rice

Merely Magic Magical Malcolms 1 by Patricia Rice “Patricia Rice employs wicked wit and sizzling sensuality to turn the battle of the sexes into a magical romp.” -Mary Jo Putney, NYT Bestselling author Can a cynical scientist and an illogical … Continue reading

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BVC Announces The Nautilus Knight by Brenda W. Clough

The Nautilus Knight The Thrilling Victorian Adventures of the Most Dangerous Woman in Europe Book 7 by Brenda Clough When her husband is accused of distributing pornography, Marian Halcombe Camlet is left in London juggling children, business, and a frightening … Continue reading

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A charming new Regency mystery series

I met Barb Monajem yonks ago, in The Cherries, Jenny Crusie’s fan club. I was Jen No Cherry (*long story) and Barb was Barbaric Cherry. In due course Barb became an award-winning writer, with more than 20 books to her … Continue reading

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