Edwards, K.���D.

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Viviana Valentine and the Ticking Clock

Readers will have no problem jumping right into this hardboiled tale.

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Vivianna Valentine Goes Up the River

Some questions are never fully answered in Edwards’s sequel to Viviana Valentine Gets Her Man. Sexist male attitudes toward working women are on full display in this 1950s period piece, which might only appeal to fans of the earlier book.

Jane & Edward: A Modern Reimagining of Jane Eyre

Edwards’s debut is a retelling that will please both diehard Brontë devotees and contemporary romance readers.

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Viviana Valentine Gets Her Man

Edwards’s strength is in the creation of the setting and atmosphere of New York in 1950. For fans of hardboiled PIs with hearts of gold.

The Life of Crime: Detecting the History of Mysteries and Their Creators

A delight to read, including the footnotes. Essential for all serious devotees of crime and detective fiction.

The Girl They All Forgot

Seven years after The Dungeon House, Edwards returns to England’s Lake District for a bleak, leisurely paced mystery. Some might find there are too many viewpoints represented in this novel, but readers who appreciate an atmospheric story with a strong sense of place will be satisfied.

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