Fiction by Alexander, McGhee, and Silverberg, with a Trio of Debuts | Xpress Reviews

Alexander excels at conveying the flavor of Tsarist Russia; Levy provides plenty of detail for the history lover; for fans of realistic fiction about difficult family relationships; unputdownable once you get into it; an enthralling, surreal debut; an excellent choice for sf fans

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.

Fiction from Alexander and Minier, and Debuter Barnes | Xpress Reviews

An enjoyable historical murder mystery that will please Alexander’s existing fans, a completely original twist on the subject of insomnia from debut novelist Barnes, and another absorbing thriller from best seller Minier

Mystery Reviews, September 2012

Reviews of Susan Elia MacNeal’s Princess Elizabeth’s Spy, Peter May’s The Blackhouse, and Tasha Alexander’s Death in the Floating City, plus a full list of mystery reviews from the September issue.