Books by Dolores Gordon-Smith

FORGOTTEN MURDER  by Dolores Gordon-Smith
Released: March 1, 2019

"A delightful period piece you won't put down until the truth is revealed."
A flash of déjà vu involves an amateur sleuth in a bizarre case in a mystery set in 1920s England. Read full book review >
THE PRICE OF SILENCE by Dolores Gordon-Smith
Released: Nov. 1, 2017

"An exciting spy novel partly based on historical events is excellent as a stand-alone but even more enjoyable if you read Frankie's Letter first."
A British doctor who doubles as spy makes a dangerous trip to occupied Belgium during World War I. Read full book review >
AFTER THE EXHIBITION by Dolores Gordon-Smith
Released: July 1, 2014

"While not up to the gold standard set by the best of the classic mysteries, Gordon-Smith's eighth return to the past (Blood From a Stone, 2013, etc.) provides plenty of between-the-wars atmosphere and a surfeit of red herrings."
An amateur sleuth falls for a murder suspect. Read full book review >
BLOOD FROM A STONE by Dolores Gordon-Smith
Released: July 1, 2013

"Gordon-Smith, who specializes in classic British mysteries set between the wars (Trouble Brewing, 2012, etc.), poses a complex mystery designed to keep you and his clever sleuth guessing."
Ancient sapphires provide the motive for several murders. Read full book review >
FRANKIE'S LETTER by Dolores Gordon-Smith
Released: Jan. 1, 2013

"In a departure from her Jack Haldean mysteries (Trouble Brewing, 2012, etc.), Gordon-Smith presents an exciting spy thriller full of period charm."
A British doctor turned spy battles an unknown traitor. Read full book review >
TROUBLE BREWING by Dolores Gordon-Smith
Released: Aug. 1, 2012

"A classic mystery in the style of Philip Macdonald's Anthony Gethryn stories; complex, insouciant and very British."
A clever sleuth's efforts to find a missing man involve him in murder. Read full book review >
OFF THE RECORD by Dolores Gordon-Smith
Released: April 1, 2011

"Jack's sixth (A Hundred Thousand Dragons, 2010, etc.) surrounds the clever sleuth with loads of period detail from the Golden Age of British mysteries."
Jack Haldean, World War I pilot turned mystery writer and amateur sleuth, takes up a case involving big improvements to gramophones. Read full book review >
MAD ABOUT THE BOY? by Dolores Gordon-Smith
Released: July 1, 2008

"A classic postwar country-house mystery with a Christie-like denouement."
Murder winnows the guests at a country-house party. Read full book review >