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Vampires of El Norte

By Isabel Cañas - Published 2023


Historical FantasyThrillerWestern

The spark of the Mexican-American War has not yet roared into full conflagration, but tensions are high along disputed Texas boundaries. Nena, daughter ...Read Review

All the Blood We Share: A Novel of the Bloody Benders of Kansas

By Camilla Bruce - Published 2022



The Benders are the very definition of a dysfunctional family – a condition fatal to those who cross their path. In 1871, matriarch Elvira travels ...Read Review

The Daughter of Doctor Moreau

By Silvia Moreno-Garcia - Published 2022


Moreno-Garcia has made a name for herself with colonial Gothic novels, and in The Daughter of Doctor Moreau, she takes a sci-fi classic ...Read Review

Blood West

By Thomas D. Clagett - Published 2022


Historical FantasyWestern

Vampires in the Old West may seem like an odd mash-up, but Clagett has blended genres into an entertaining read. Las Vegas is ...Read Review

The Science of Murder: The Forensics of Agatha Christie / Murder Isn’t Easy: The Forensics of Agatha Christie

By Carla Valentine - Published 2022



The subtitle of this book about says it all: it’s a compendium of different aspects of forensic science, viewed through Agatha Christie’...Read Review

The Fossil Hunter

By Tea Cooper - Published 2022


This dual-period novel follows independent-minded Penelope Jane “PJ” Martindale, an ambulance driver who, upon the Armistice, heads to London in 1919. Her brothers were ...Read Review

The Fervor

By Alma Katsu - Published 2022


Historical Fantasy

The attack on Pearl Harbor upends Meiko’s life. Sent to the U.S. for an arranged marriage with a Japanese farmer, she ...Read Review

The Eunuch

By Jonathan Kos-Read - Published 2022



This debut novel, set in Jin Dynasty (12th-century) China, is a unique historical mystery. Most procedurals feature an arbitrary deadline imposed by superiors ...Read Review

All the White Spaces

By Ally Wilkes - Published 2022


Josephine chafes against the only role her parents and Edwardian society allow: lady. She envies her two older brothers, especially when they head ...Read Review

City of Incurable Women

By Maud Casey - Published 2022



Paris’s Salpêtrière Hospital began as a gunpowder factory; by the 1600s, it had been repurposed into a care/work facility ...Read Review

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