Mary F. Burns

Midnight at Marble Arch

By Anne Perry - Published 2013



A new Charlotte and Thomas Pitt mystery from Anne Perry is always cause for rejoicing among her fans, and this one not only ...Read Review

House of Earth

By Woody Guthrie - Published 2013


“Life’s pretty tough—you’re lucky if you live through it.” This quote from Woody Guthrie sums up the outlook of the ...Read Review

Kafka in Love

By Jacqueline Raoul-Duval - By Willard Wood (trans.) - Published 2012


Biographical FictionLiterary

Kafka in Love presents a prose summary of hundreds if not thousands of letters and diary entries intently pored over by author Raoul-Duval. ...Read Review

Death and the Maiden: A Max Liebermann Mystery

By Frank Tallis - Published 2011Published 2012



Sixth in a series starring psychoanalyst Max Liebermann, a “consulting” psychiatrist to the Prague police department, Death and the Maiden does not disappoint, ...Read Review

Laws in Conflict

By Cora Harrison - Published 2012



The latest in the series The Burren Mysteries about Mara the “lady judge” (or the “brehon” in Gaelic) crackles with suspense and good ...Read Review

The Midnight Man

By Paul Doherty - Published 2012



This is the seventh in a series by Doherty that uses the clever structure of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales on which to weave ...Read Review

Celluloid Strangers

By Eric Wasserman - Published 2012


Four brothers—Mori, Joe, Simon and Benny—move from the mean streets of Dorchester, Massachusetts to the cleaner but no less menacing boulevards ...Read Review

The Assassin’s Wife

By Moonyeen Blakey - Published 2012



Young Nan sees dead people – as well as those about to die, be murdered or burned at the stake. In England in 1460, it’...Read Review

The White Forest

By Adam McOmber - Published 2012



I almost thought this was going to be “just” a Gothic thriller, but it quickly became so much more—a dark, haunted and ...Read Review

The Twelve Rooms of the Nile

By Enid Shomer - Published 2012



Who could have imagined that Florence Nightingale and Gustave Flaubert would be so good together? Apparently, Enid Shomer did just that, and her ...Read Review