Tag Archives: Cora Harrison

Book Review: Summer Of Secrets

Summer Of Secrets, by Cora Harrison One of the things that this book provides the reader (and the characters), is truth, but it is not a pleasant truth, nor is it truth accompanied by justice or love or any other … Continue reading

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Book Review: Season Of Darkness

Season Of Darkness, by Cora Harrison This is the first novel of two (that I know of) in the Gaslight mystery series set in Victorian London where the author has Charles Dickens and his friend Wilkie Collins, and their bumbling … Continue reading

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Book Review: Eye Of The Law

Eye Of The Law, by Cora Harrison This book is one of the author’s mysteries set in sixteenth century Ireland [1], and it features her beloved Mara, Brehon of the Burren, and wife of the King of Thromond, solving another … Continue reading

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Book Review: Winter Of Despair

Winter Of Despair, by Cora Harrison I have read four books by the author now and all of them have been fantastic historical mysteries. That is generally a good sample as far as the quality of work of the author … Continue reading

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Book Review: Death Of A Prominent Citizen

Death Of A Prominent Citizen (A Reverend Mother Mystery), by Cora Harrison If you like your historical murder mysteries mixed with politics and some ferocious social commentary, this is a book that delivers and provides a look at the complexities … Continue reading

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Book Review: Beyond Absolution (A Reverend Mother Mystery)

Beyond Absolution (A Reverend Mother Mystery), by Cora Harrison This book demonstrates what I have long considered to be one of the most essential aspects of the mystery novel, and that is the ambivalence that the sleuth as solver of … Continue reading

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