This was one of the September 2015 book releases that caught my eye . While browsing Scribe Publications Jul-Dec 2016 catalogue I noticed they’re releasing a sequel this September (‘Lady Cop Makes Trouble’), and thought I’d best hop to it.
Through Amy Stewart’s exuberant storytelling, Constance Kopp catapults from a forgotten historical anecdote to an unforgettable historical-fiction heroine – an outsized woman not only ahead of her time, but sometimes even ahead of ours.
UPDATE: Read our 4 Star Review
After enjoying The Blade of the Samurai (Book 2), and hosting a very interesting post from the author about Goshikimai: the Ninjas’ Coded Rice for Book 3’s release, I am looking forward to reading this 4th title in the Shinobi Mystery Series.
In The Ninja’s Daughter, Susan Spann’s poetic voice brilliantly captures the societal disparities, political intrigues, and martial conflicts of sixteenth-century Japan through the persevering efforts of ninja detective Hiro Hattori to solve a murder authorities consider of no consequence.” – Jeffrey Siger
UPDATE: Read our 3.5 Star Review
I thought the writing in Gotham, Novella 1 of this series, was first class and so am looking forward to reading this second instalment.
Venice is about love and the tensions that pull us apart: the love between Harrison and his uncle Ryan, who is in need of a person to belong to, Natalie, who is pulled between her art and her heart, and Phil’s awkward stilted love.
I’ll write my review in September after all 5 interlinked stories have been published.
Which of these titles most interests you?
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