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Miss Moriarty, I Presume

Existing fans will appreciate the romantic plot developments, while new readers could treat this as a standalone but would be better served by starting with book one, A Study in Scarlet Women. Suitable for those who enjoy Deanna Raybourn’s “Veronica Speedwell” mysteries.

Murder on Cold Street

This magnificent locked-room case is a dazzling holiday gift for fans of the series.

The Art of Theft

RITA Award–winning author Thomas (The Burning Sky) weaves a masterly plot with a hint of romance and plenty of brilliance on the part of her Holmesian heroine to craft a thoroughly delightful Sherlockian novel. Well done!

The Hollow of Fear

Thomas's fans and readers of the Conan Doyle canon, especially The Valley of Fear, will appreciate the intricately crafted mystery, although others may find it difficult to follow. [See Prepub Alert, 4/19/18; "Editors' Fall Picks," LJ 8/18.]

A Conspiracy in Belgravia

The unexpected cliff-hanger will have readers (even astute ones) gasping (and grinning) in recognition. A must for mystery/Sherlock fans and readers who love excellent puzzles. [See 14 Award-Worthy Mysteries, 3/23/17.]

A Study in Scarlet Women

Clever historical details and a top-shelf mystery add to the winning appeal of this first volume in the "Lady Sherlock" series. A must-read for fans of historical mysteries and a solid suggestion for classic British mystery lovers.

My Beautiful Enemy

With incisive character development, deft pacing, and lyrical, nearly poetic prose, Thomas transports readers between remote, breathtaking Chinese Turkestan and teeming late Victorian London. A gripping, mesmerizing romance that is one of Thomas's most unforgettable yet. Thomas (The Luckiest Lady in London) lives in Austin, TX. [An LJ Editors' BEA pick, LJ 7/14, p. 31.]

The Luckiest Lady in London

Deep, insightful character development, a beautifully unwrapped love story that evolves in tantalizing detail, a backstory that is both heartbreaking and infuriating, and conflicted protagonists who take over your heart make this a thought-provoking, flawlessly written romance. One to savor—and remember. Thomas (Tempting the Bride) lives in Austin, TX.

Tempting the Bride

Characters who rise from the pages, sensuality that takes readers to a delectable, erotic edge, and lush, mesmerizing language give the classic amnesia plot refreshing new life and result in another off-the-charts winner for Thomas. The hero’s “smutty love letter,” The Bride of Larkspear, plays a central role in this romance and is available in its entirety as an ebook. Thomas (Ravishing the Heiress) lives in Austin, TX.

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