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Edgar® Nominated author Victoria Thompson writes the Gaslight Mystery Series, set in turn-of-the-century New York City and featuring midwife Sarah Brandt. Her latest is MURDER ON ST. NICHOLAS AVENUE. She also contributed to the award winning writing textbook MANY GENRES/ONE CRAFT. A popular speaker, Victoria teaches in the Seton Hill University master's program in writing popular fiction. She lives in Central PA with her husband and a very spoiled little dog.
Agatha Award Best Historical Novel nominee (2012) : Murder on Fifth Avenue
Agatha Award Best Historical Novel nominee (2013) : Murder in Chelsea
Agatha Award Best Historical Novel nominee (2014) : Murder in Murray Hill
Agatha Award Best Historical Novel nominee (2015) : Murder on Amsterdam Avenue
Agatha Award Best Historical Novel nominee (2016) : Murder in Morningside Heights

Victoria Thompson recommends
What Angels Fear (2005)
(Sebastian St. Cyr Mystery, book 1)
C S Harris
"A stunning debut novel filled with suspense, intrigue, and plot twists galore. C.S. Harris artfully recreates the contradictory world of Regency England as her marvelous characters move between the glittering ballrooms and the treacherous back alleys of London. Kat and Sebastian lead a cast of memorable characters you will want to meet again and again as they follow the twists and turns of the intricately woven plot to find justice for a young woman who was brutally murdered. Don't start this one in the evening-you'll be up all night! Start this one early in the day-you won't be able to put it down!"
Louisa and the Crystal Gazer (2006)
(Louisa May Alcott Mystery, book 3)
Anna Maclean
"A smart, courageous sleuth... [a] fascinating new mystery series."
The Musketeer's Seamstress (2007)
(Musketeers Mystery, book 2)
Sarah D'Almeida
"A gifted writer who brings new life to our old friends D'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos and Aramis."
Skating Around the Law (2010)
(Rebecca Robbins, book 1)
Joelle Charbonneau
"A delightful, top-notch debut mystery with a charmingly witty heroine, a smoking hot hero, and a cast of characters - both animal and human - guaranteed to keep you smiling. Ms. Charbonneau has created a heroine you'll be rooting for as she tries to solve a murder and come to terms with the hometown she thought she'd left behind.  Skating Around the Law is a must read for all fans of Janet Evanovich."
India Black (2011)
(Madam of Espionage Mystery, book 1)
Carol K Carr
"A breathless ride through Victorian England... You'll be hooked on this unique mystery from the very first line."
The Opening Night Murder (2012)
(Restoration Mystery, book 1)
Anne Rutherford
"Anne Rutherford brings the world of Restoration England to vivid life."
The Vanishing Thief (2013)
(Victorian Bookshop Mystery, book 1)
Kate Parker
"A delightful adventure in Victorian England."
No Pity For the Dead (2016)
(Mystery of Old San Francisco, book 2)
Nancy Herriman
"You'll love the intrepid heroine, nurse Celia Davies."
Called to Justice (2017)
(Quaker Midwife Mystery, book 2)
Edith Maxwell
"Maxwell introduces a fascinating new heroine."
Bearly Departed (2017)
(Teddy Bear Mystery, book 1)
Meg Macy
"You’ll fall in love with this delightful debut mystery."
Homicide for the Holidays (2017)
(Viv and Charlie Mystery, book 2)
Cheryl Honigford
"A delightful debut mystery set in the world of 1930's radio."
Murder in an English Village (2017)
(Beryl and Edwina Mystery, book 1)
Jessica Ellicott
"You'll love this delightful new series about two ladies of a certain age who refuse to let Society's expectations hold them back from bringing a killer to justice. The very British Edwina and the too American Beryl are a wonderfully mismatched pair who will keep you turning pages until they solve the crime."

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