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Award-winning author Amy Corwin is an insatiable reader and writer. She joined the Romance Writers of America at its inception and Mystery Writers of America after her first hardcover mystery, Whacked! was published. She writes Regencies, paranormal romances, and mysteries, although to be truthful, most of her books include a bit of murder and mayhem since she discovered that killing off at least one character is a highly effective way to make the remaining ones toe the plot line.
Amy’s books have received numerous writing awards. Her first Regency, SMUGGLED ROSE, received a 4-star review by “The Romantic Times” and her second Regency, I BID ONE AMERICAN (recently republished as THE UNWANTED HEIRESS), received a perfect score of 5 from Long and Short Reviews. Her list of mysteries, romance, and paranormals has increased to over a dozen works.
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on March 13, 2012 :
Mystery, Roses and Murder, this is a great British mystery. Lord Castlemoor ends up investigation a series of murders that lead directly to his uncle. His uncle claims that he is innocent. The murderer leaves a rose and a note with each murder he commits. His investigation keeps leading him back to Rosewell and Ariadne Wellfleet who is an expert in the names and types of roses he finds. Lord Castlemoor finds himself attracted to Ariadne even though her status is not fit for an Earl. Lord Castlemoor continues to find clues to prove his uncles innocence, unfortunately the clue’s keep pointing towards his uncle, and more people turn up missing…
I enjoyed A Rose Before Dying, this book has great twists in it along with a touch of romance.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Feb. 18, 2012 :
There is a serial killer at work on the streets of London, targeting his victims by sending tham roses with a card.
Authorities suspect Sir Edward Marlowe, the uncle of Charles Vance, the Earl of Castlemoor. The same roses delivered to th victims were also found to be growing in Sir Edwards gardens. Charles enlists the aid of an agent from Second Sons, Discreet Inquiries to help prove his uncles innocence.
This story takes place in the early 1800's and the author captures the essence of 19th century life. A recommended read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)