HNR Issue 70 (November 2014)

No Stone Unturned

By Helen Watts - Published 2014


Children/Young AdultMystery/Crime

No Stone Unturned is a dual time frame story of a young Traveller girl, Kelly, who becomes intrigued by local mysteries about a ...Read Review

The First Horseman

By D. K. Wilson - Published 2014



Beginning with perhaps the most famous moment of the Tudor era, the execution of Anne Boleyn, which our hero Thomas Treviot, freeman goldsmith, ...Read Review

The Laws of Murder

By Charles Finch - Published 2014



In 1876, private investigator Charles Lenox gives up his seat in Parliament after six years. Along with three colleagues, Lord John Dallington, Polly Buchanan, ...Read Review

Dance with the Devil

By J. D. March - Published 2014



Set in New Mexico after the Civil War, Dance with the Devil introduces a complex young anti-hero. Neglected, and abused as a child, ...Read Review

The Wicked Ways of Alexander Kidd

By Paula Quinn - Published 2014



Romance sizzles on the high seas of the early 18th century in The Wicked Ways of Alexander Kidd, the latest in Paula Quinn’...Read Review

The Last Roman: Vengeance

By Jack Ludlow - Published 2014



This is the first novel in a projected trilogy, and it starts with a bang. Flavius Belisarius is in the schoolroom having a ...Read Review

Plague Land

By S. D. Sykes - Published 2014



This is a mediaeval murder/mystery which begins with a murder and ends with the murderer unmasked, but it is much more than ...Read Review

The Cane Creek Regulators

By Johnny D. Boggs - Published 2014


Spur Award winner Boggs is known for his fast-paced, exciting novels, and this latest novel, set in pre-Revolutionary War South Carolina, continues to ...Read Review

The Murder of Patience Brooke

By J. C. Briggs - Published 2014



The most unlikely “sleuths” appear in historical fiction. These can be real authors in view of their close interest in their character motivation. ...Read Review

Agnes Canon’s War

By Deborah Lincoln - Published 2014


“Seize the day” could well be Agnes Canon’s credo, as she yearns to do more than watch men live and decide things ...Read Review