Books by Alice Duncan

THANKSGIVING ANGELS by Alice Duncan
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: May 6, 2015

"Duncan's decision to combine the talents of Daisy (Spirits Revived, 2014, etc.) and Mercy (Fallen Angels, 2011, etc.) doesn't strengthen the mystery, but the period details are charming."
A Boston Brahmin-turned-woman of the people helps solve a murder. Read full book review >
SPIRITS REVIVED by Alice Duncan
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: March 19, 2014

"A slight, simple mystery for readers who'd like to learn more about life on both sides of the tracks in California during the Jazz Age."
A fake spiritualist is shocked when she has a real ghostly experience. Read full book review >
ANCIENT SPIRITS by Alice Duncan
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: Jan. 18, 2012

"A pleasant read that's more romantic travelogue than mystery."
A widow takes a trip to raise her spirits, only to walk into danger. Read full book review >
FALLEN ANGELS by Alice Duncan
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: May 18, 2011

"Mercy's third appearance combines a nice feeling for life in 1920s Los Angeles with a more solid mystery than usual."
A young Boston Brahmin finds a fulfilling new life among the private eyes and criminals of Los Angeles. Read full book review >
PECOS VALLEY REVIVAL by Alice Duncan
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 19, 2011

"Repetitious and inanely plotted. Unless you've a hankering to join Annabelle in dusting the shelves of Blue's Dry Goods, give this debut a miss."
Rosedale, N.M., 1923: The excitement of the annual rodeo is surpassed only by the preaching of a visiting evangelist, and of course by homicide. Read full book review >
ANGEL’S FLIGHT by Alice Duncan
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: July 17, 2009

"The solution is telegraphed early on, but the plucky heroine and her tough-guy boss work well together in an amusing period piece reminiscent of old Hollywood."
A rebellious upper-class Bostonian and an ex-cop gone private make for a volatile investigative team, especially in 1926. Read full book review >