Schellman, Katharine

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Murder at Midnight

The Regency-era follow-up to Death at the Manor is a Christmas treat for fans of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None. Those who enjoy stranded guests in isolated locations will appreciate Schellman’s latest.
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The Last Drop of Hemlock

The sequel to The Last Call at the Nightingale is a riveting historical mystery set in New York City’s demimonde.
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Last Call at the Nightingale

Traditional mystery readers and lovers of 1920s historical fiction will enjoy this subtly inclusive listen.
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Last Call at the Nightingale

Schellman expertly creates a strong sense of place, introducing a nightclub as a world where people of different races, classes, and sexual orientations can come together.

Silence in the Library

Although the second “Lily Adler” mystery (after The Body in the Garden) incorporates issues of racism, classism, women’s independence, and neurodiversity, Schellman never forgets that it’s a mystery. The fast-paced, engrossing story has a climactic confrontation worthy of Rex Stout or Agatha Christie.
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The Body in the Garden

Fans of historical mysteries and intelligent, strong women sleuths such as Tasha Alexander’s Lady Emily, Darcie Wilde’s Rosalind Thorne, or Andrea Penrose’s Charlotte Sloane will want to add this series opener to their TBR pile.
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