Nancy Fontaine is a librarian and freelance writer living in New Hampshire with her husband, two cats, and every four years during presidential primary season, the national press.
Johannes Cabal the Detective is witty and fun steampunk, but lacks sufficient horror.
Give Hugh an Emmy
A meditation on life in the Greek isles as well as a mystery with an intriguing PI
A smart, gritty coming-of-age novel that's hard to put down
If you took The Davinci Code and crossed it with Elizabeth Kostova's The Historian, you would get something like Angelology.
A moving novel of gender and race in early 20th-century Pennsylvania
Meet the creator of the new thriller hero, ex-FBI agent and sleuth extraordinaire Steve Vail.
Back at the ranch in South Dakota, not is all well for Mercy Gunderson, a strong and perhaps unique heroine
Think Freud without the obsession with sex
The Girl Who Fell is well worth picking up.