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Review: The Extraordinary and Unusual Adventures ofHoratio Lyle by Catherine Webb:

Review: The Extraordinary and Unusual Adventures ofHoratio Lyle by Catherine Webb:

The Particulars: Historical Mystery, Hachette, available as e-book and in print The Source: Omnilit The Grade: C+ The Blurb: In Victorian London at the height of the industrial revolution, Horatio Lyle is a former volunteer law enforcement officer with a passion for science and invention. He’s also an occasional, but reluctant, sleuth. The truth is that he’d rather be in his lab tinkering with dangerous chemicals and odd machinery than running around the cobbled streets of London trying to track down stolen goods….

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Friday Bargains: Historical mystery and Urban Fantasy ( and a recommendation)

Friday Bargains: Historical mystery and Urban Fantasy ( and a recommendation)

If you like Contemporary Romance and Women’s fiction, I recommend that you add Lani Diane Rich to a  E-reader IQ alert since her books are really good and in KDP Select.  Right now, A Little Ray of Sunshine is free.  In a world where being of mixed-blood is a major liability, Sabina Kane has the only profession fit for an outcast: assassin. But, her latest mission threatens the fragile peace between the vampire and mage races and Sabina must scramble…

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Friday Bargains: A lot of Historical mystery

Friday Bargains: A lot of Historical mystery

For me, autumn means I want to curl up on the coach and read mysteries. And, the publishers are appearantly reading my mind this week. Right now, the first three books in  Tasha Alexander’s Lady Emily’s series are discounted to 1.99 at Amazon. ( That price, in combination that Amazon didn’t add Whispernet fees, was enough for me to snap up the first one.) Joss Alexander’s Tainted Innocence is discounted to 1.99 at Carina Press, until September ends.  This is another…

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