Books by Lizbie Brown

TURKEY TRACKS by Lizbie Brown
Released: June 28, 1995

"Elizabeth's second outing (Broken Star, 1993) is overpeopled with cookie-cutter British types and plotted within an inch of its life, but it's set forth with all the no-nonsense briskness of a superior office manager."
Drafted into completing distraught Jane Maddocks's History of Patchwork lecture series at Bath's Wetherburn Museum, transplanted American Elizabeth Blair naturally settles down to figure out who shot Joanna Drewsister of Jane's husband, sleek museum curator Tom Maddocksand then laid the staff low. Read full book review >
BROKEN STAR by Lizbie Brown
Released: Jan. 1, 1993

"Efficient, unsurprising plotting; medium-grade banter; obvious culprit."
Anglophilic Yanks from John Dickson Carr to Martha Grimes have written some of the most British detective stories of all—like this hardcover debut from Brown: a salt-and-pepper pairing of Bath investigator Max Shepard and transplanted Virginian widow Elizabeth Blair. Read full book review >