L.K. Mason

The Eloquence of Blood

By Judith Rock - Published 2011

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

The Eloquence of Blood opens on Christmas Eve in Paris of 1686. Against a backdrop of a harsh winter, ex-soldier and now-Jesuit scholar Charles ...Read Review

Alcestis

By Katharine Beutner - Published 2010

Genres:

FantasyLiterary

Those familiar with Greek mythology may recall Alcestis as the symbol of an ideal wife, a woman who so loved her husband, Admetus, ...Read Review

The Lost Duke of Wyndham

By Julia Quinn - Published 2008

Genres:

Romance

Being the companion to the dowager Duchess of Wyndham is no easy job, as Grace Eversleigh, said companion for far too many years, ...Read Review

Jane Eyre’s Daughter

By Elizabeth Newark - Published 2008

Genres:

Mystery/CrimeRomance

Originally published in 1997 as Consequence, Jane Eyre’s Daughter tells, as the title suggests, the tale of Janet Rochester, only daughter of Jane ...Read Review

Never Deceive A Duke

By Liz Carlyle - Published 2007

Genres:

Romance

Never Deceive a Duke is Carlyle’s second Neville family novel. Gareth Lloyd, part-owner of Neville Shipping, finds himself saddled with the title ...Read Review

The God of Spring

By Arabella Edge - Published 2007

Genres:

Literary

It is 1818, and French artist Théodore Géricault is in danger of becoming the 19th century equivalent of a one-hit wonder, unable ...Read Review

Simply Love

By Mary Balogh - Published 2006

Genres:

Romance

Anne Jewell, teacher at Miss Martin’s School for Girls in Regency England, is twenty-nine, unmarried, and independent. She is also an unwed ...Read Review

The Adventures of Johnny Vermillion

By Loren D. Estleman - Published 2006

Genres:

Mystery/CrimeWestern

  “Most of what follows took place in the West. Not just any West.” So begins the tale of Johnny Vermillion’s theatre ...Read Review

Jack of Clubs

By Barbara Metzger - Published 2006

Genres:

Romance

  “Cap’n Jack” Endicott is the younger brother of Alexander “Ace” Chalfont Endicott, the Earl of Carde. Back from the Peninsular Wars, ...Read Review

Götz and Meyer

By David Albahari (trans. Ellen Elias-Bursac) - Published 2006

Genres:

Literary

It is rare that a slim book can wield such emotional impact, but Götz and Meyer is small in page-length alone; the ...Read Review