April Releases



Susan Wittig Albert
Bittersweet


Donald Bain, Renee Paley-Bain
Murder, She Wrote: Design For Murder








Eva Gates
Reading Up a Storm


Elizabeth Lynn Casey
Needle and Dread








Ellery Adams
Breach of Crust


Jenn McKinlay
Vanilla Beaned








Amanda Flower
Crime and Poetry


Lucy Burdette
Killer Takeout








Susan Wittig Albert
Blood Orange


Connie Archer
A Clue in the Stew








Janet Cantrell
Fat Cat Takes the Cake


Kate Collins
Moss Hysteria








Dawn Eastman
An Unhappy Medium


Susan Furlong
Rest in Peach








Duffy Brown
Braking for Bodies


Karoline Barrett
Raisin the Dead






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Bruce Alexander


Bruce Alexander

Bruce Cook, better known to fans of historical mysteries as Bruce Alexander, author of the Sir John Fielding series, died in Los Angeles on November 9, 2003, after suffering a stroke. He was 71 years old.

Bruce Alexander is the pseudonym for a well-known author of fiction and non-fiction. The previous books in this series are Blind Justice, Murder in Grub Street (Named by the New York Times Book Review as a Notable Book in 1995), Watery Grave, Person or Persons Unknown (named by the Chicago Tribune as one of the best novels of 1997), Jack, Knave and Fool, and Death of a Colonial.

When 13-year-old Jeremy Proctor is arrested for a crime he did not commit, he is saved by the wisdom and compassion of blind judge, Sir John Fielding. The boy rewards Fielding by becoming his “eyes,” and the two start a career solving 18th-century London’s most wicked crimes.

Books:
Murder in Grub Street, August 2010
Blind Justice, October 2009
Rules of Engagement, February 2006
The Price of Murder, September 2004
An Experiment in Treason, October 2003
The Price of Murder, October 2003
Smuggler’s Moon, October 2002
The Color of Death, October 2001
Death of a Colonial, October 2000
Jack, Knave and Fool, October 1999
Person or Persons Unknown, October 1998
Watery Grave, October 1997
Murder in Grub Street, November 1996
Blind Justice, December 1995






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