Books by Leonard Tourney

TIME’S FOOL by Leonard Tourney
Released: July 1, 2004

"The Bard comes off poorly in this faddish incarnation. He fails to use either his imagination or even rudimentary logic to uncover obvious clues, demonstrates no sense of humor (where did those comedies come from?), and is all too similar to his own creation, the mopey, indecisive Hamlet."
Or, "The Dark Lady's Revenge," as characters from William Shakespeare's past revisit him at the peak of his career as England's leading dramatist. Read full book review >
FROBISHER'S SAVAGE by Leonard Tourney
Released: Oct. 19, 1994

"Joan does far better, but the story's premise is better suited to a pro forma parable of political correctness (which Tourney supplies) than a mystery."
WITNESS OF BONES by Leonard Tourney
Released: Oct. 16, 1992

"But both Sir Robert and Joan are better delineated here: Could it be that they will soon command a book to themselves?"
When Master Stephen Graham of St. Read full book review >