Books by Deborah Grabien

Deborah Grabien, author of the new St. Martin's Minotaur "Murder, Music and Ghosts" mystery series, can claim a long personal acquaintance with the fleshpots -- and quiet little towns -- of Europe. She has lived and worked from London to Geneva to Paris t


DARK’S TALE by Deborah Grabien
ADVENTURE
Released: March 23, 2010

"Still, the graceful prose, deft blending of realism with fantasy and irresistible feline protagonist make this a natural fit for fans of Erin Hunter's Warriors books and similar tales. (Animal fantasy. 10 & up)"
An abandoned cat struggles to find her place within the fragile balance of nature in this fine animal fantasy. Read full book review >
ROCK & ROLL NEVER FORGETS by Deborah Grabien
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 8, 2008

"The author of the Haunted Ballad series (New-Slain Knight, 2007, etc.) comes up with something worlds apart but equally pleasing: a deft mystery nicely integrated with a fascinating backstage look at a rock star's life."
An aging rock star and his live-in lady become involved in a murder. Read full book review >
NEW SLAIN KNIGHT by Deborah Grabien
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 20, 2007

"Even those who don't believe in ghosts will enjoy this illuminating window into the past, complete with musical and historical tidbits."
A summer holiday in glorious Cornwall turns into a ghost-plagued nightmare. Read full book review >
CRUEL SISTER by Deborah Grabien
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 30, 2006

"Worth reading if only for the fine glimpse of the Bodleian's vaulted ceiling. And it just might make you spare a kind thought for poor Anne of Cleves."
A modern-day design researcher is haunted by a tortured troubadour and a whimpering lassie. Read full book review >
MATTY GROVES by Deborah Grabien
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 11, 2005

"Penny and Ringan may be the most appealing couple of modern mystery, and Grabien again provides terrific historical tidbits."
Historical ghosts threaten to disrupt a prestigious arts festival. Read full book review >
THE FAMOUS FLOWER OF SERVING MEN by Deborah Grabien
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 17, 2004

"Welcome darker undertones expand the range of the debut's refreshingly offbeat sleuthing, more focused this time on unraveling an academic puzzle than exposing a killer."
A mournful French ghost haunts a London theater. Read full book review >
THE WEAVER AND THE FACTORY MAID by Deborah Grabien
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Dec. 8, 2003

"Although unthreatening ghosts produce low-voltage thrills, pastoral warmth and sunny prose from Grabien (Plainsong, 2000, etc.) entertain."
Nineteenth-century ghosts whose story is enshrined in a folk ballad haunt a British country cottage. Read full book review >