Sherlock Holmes, 125 Years Strong | RA Crossroads

Celebrating the 125th anniversary of Conan Doyle’s famous short stories, originally serialized in The Strand Magazine, then published in book form in 1892, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes continue to leave readers deeply satisfied.

Fiction from Carter, Khan, Ponicsán, Thomas, and Debuter Robins | Xpress Reviews

Khan’s ambitious work is a good choice for popular fiction readers; a countercultural spirit and rollicking humor shine through in this worthy sequel; this debut offers a suspenseful and twisty foray into the world of obsessive love; Thomas advances her marvelous take on the Holmes canon

Past Intrigue: Historical Mysteries | The Reader’s Shelf

Combining two genres—historical fiction and mystery—these books offer a walk through time and crime, via well-set novels that are abundant in detail, feeling, and clever plots.

Best Books 2014: Romance

Library Journal‘s Romance reviewer Kristin Ramsdell puts the Top Ten Best Romance of 2014 in perspective

Captivating Romance from Jeffries, Phillips, Putney, & Thomas | Romance Reviews

Life-­changing secrets and class issues fuel Jeffrie’s plot, Phillips reveals a brilliant flair for the gothic, another memorable masterpiece from Putney, one of Thomas’s most unforgettable yet.

Best Books 2013: Romance

Romance is lovelier the second time around; catch these best of 2013 stories of triumph and love

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, October 4, 2013

A fascinating dystopic vision from Jiles; a thought-provoking, flawlessly written romance to savor—and remember— from Thomas; a sensitive story of discrimination faced in “old boy” law firms from debut author Wan

Romance Reviews, June 15, 2012

Romance Reviews, June 15, 2012