Books by Stella Cameron

Stella and her husband live in Seattle, Washington. They are the parents of three children Stella Cameron is the New York Times/USAToday/Washington Post/Booklist bestselling, award-winning author of sixty historical and contemporary novels and novellas.

WHISPER THE DEAD by Stella Cameron
Released: April 1, 2018

"Cameron skillfully ties her mystery to her ongoing character arcs, providing a more compelling back story for the series."
Her determination to solve a murder on a nearby construction site threatens the life and well-being of a Folly-on-Weir bar owner. Read full book review >
LIES THAT BIND by Stella Cameron
Released: June 1, 2017

"Cameron provides several elements that will delight series fans, from an interesting frame for her story to a protagonist who can be charmingly human, a trait as rare as it is welcome in the genre."
The discovery of a murder victim in a Cotswolds village puts a family at risk of being torn apart. Read full book review >
MELODY OF MURDER by Stella Cameron
Released: June 1, 2016

"As for the heroine's sleuthing prowess, the man who loves her puts it best: 'You haven't done all that much, but you do show up whenever something's happening.'"
The family of a celebrated young pianist that's betaken itself to Alex Duggins' Cotswolds village over the pianist's strenuous objections must add sudden death to its other woes. Read full book review >
OUT COMES THE EVIL by Stella Cameron
Released: Dec. 1, 2015

"Many characters but little character development, and the story luxuriates in gruesome details. Though Cameron (Second to None, 2012, etc.) obviously loves her characters, she assumes the reader's interest rather than earns it."
Two friends try to turn small-town gossip into a reasonable murder investigation when they discover a body and some clues that spur them on. Read full book review >
A MARKED MAN by Stella Cameron
Released: Nov. 1, 2006

"Cameron still has the heart of a romance writer, and readers are left in no doubt that Annie and Max will end well, no matter how many sexually exhausted bodies and half-developed plot lines float away down the bayou."
A handsome surgeon, a woman with a past and another predictable yawn from romantic-suspense-churner Cameron. Read full book review >
KISS THEM GOODBYE by Stella Cameron
Released: Nov. 1, 2003

"Incoherent plot, wooden dialogue, clumsy prose: in a word, abysmal. Cameron should be ashamed."
More sex and murder and boudin sausage, from Cameron (Key West, 1999, etc.). Read full book review >
KEY WEST by Stella Cameron
Released: Oct. 1, 1999

"Cameron keeps the suspense fairly high, but one feels the romance writer spinning and spinning out the scenes after the plot starts moving."
Cameron, who moved from romance paperbacks to romantic-suspense hardcovers with French Quarter (1998), changes her setting from New Orleans to Key West to tell the story of young Sonnie Keith Giacano, a tennis widow married to ever-away star Frank Giacano. Read full book review >
FRENCH QUARTER by Stella Cameron
Released: Sept. 1, 1998

"A very watery gumbo."
Beignets and a hero who calls his lover chÇre: the inevitable signs of contemporary formula-romance in New Orleans. Read full book review >