Books by Tasha Alexander

BEHIND THE SHATTERED GLASS by Tasha Alexander
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: Oct. 15, 2013

"Alexander brings back her husband-and-wife detective team (Death in the Floating City, 2012, etc.) in a tale most likely to appeal to readers who like a little naughty homicide blended into their cozy period romance."
Nothing lowers the atmosphere of a country estate more than a corpse on the library floor. Fortunately, no one can solve the murder more graciously and expeditiously than Lady Emily Hargreaves in this frothy Victorian whodunit. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 16, 2012

"Lady Emily travels well."
Lady Emily investigates the murder of a Venetian count, unleashing a veritable Pandora's boxful of ancient scandals. Read full book review >
A CRIMSON WARNING by Tasha Alexander
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: Nov. 8, 2011

In Alexander's sixth Lady Emily mystery, our port-tippling heroine tracks a villain who's threatening London's best families with scandal—and worse.

Lady Emily, now married to dashing Colin Hargreaves (who occasionally acts as an undercover agent in service to Queen Victoria), is still courting social opprobrium with her slightly outré predilections, such as consuming unladylike after-dinner drinks, studying Latin and Greek and advocating women's suffrage. Read full book review >

A FATAL WALTZ by Tasha Alexander
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2008

"Tantalizing but ultimately tepid."
Port-swilling sleuth Lady Emily Ashton embroils herself in an international intrigue that might just start World War I two decades early. Read full book review >
A POISONED SEASON by Tasha Alexander
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: April 1, 2007

"A ponderously ornate, red herring-replete, but mildly diverting mystery."
Lady Emily Ashton returns, this time to decipher Marie Antoinette's letters, solve a pair of murders and stop a pretender to the Bourbon throne. Read full book review >
AND ONLY TO DECEIVE by Tasha Alexander
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 11, 2005

"Pleasantly soporific."
A young widow immerses herself in antiquity and uncovers a scandal in Alexander's Victorian-era suspense debut. Read full book review >