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The Kollwitz Calamities

by Alessandra Comini Sunstone Press (November 15, 2017)

Two monumental granite statues by famed German artist Käthe Kollwitz—the Grieving Parents—have been stolen from a World War I soldiers’ cemetery in Belgium. What could the motive have been for such an...


You Can't Kill a Dead Man: A Vanessa Sterling Suspense Novel

by Fran Blacketer Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

Vanessa Sterling has abandoned the all consuming life of a Chicago corporate lawyer to begin a new life in the sleepy fishing village of Depoe Bay, Oregon. But a serious challenge arises when a long-lost son...


Ageless Obsession: A Melody Fox Mystery

by Beverly Ungar Sunstone Press (July 25, 2012)

Melody Fox, disillusioned psychologist, is the only person who suspects the sudden death of Grant Fisher, her husband's friend and business partner, was not due to a previously undiagnosed bad heart. She has...


The Munch Murders

by Alessandra Comini Sunstone Press (February 05, 2016)

The art world is stunned. In the space of a little over a week three Edvard Munch paintings, including the iconic Scream, have been stolen from museums in Oslo and Stockholm. Retired professor of art history...


The Kokoschka Capers

by Alessandra Comini Sunstone Press (August 15, 2015)

In this third book in the Megan Crespi Mystery Series, a major double portrait by the Viennese Expressionist artist Oskar Kokoschka showing himself with his lover Alma Mahler has been stolen from the Basel Museum...


The Schiele Slaughters

by Alessandra Comini Sunstone Press (May 10, 2015)

Retired art history professor Megan Crespi, an expert on the Expressionist artist Egon Schiele, is called to Vienna to help solve the brutal murder of a museum night watchman whose naked cadaver was propped...


Rule of Capture

by Ona Russell Sunstone Press (May 10, 2015)

Los Angeles, 1928. Oil, oranges and site of the C. C. Julian Petroleum stock scandal, a Ponzi type scheme to rival any in American history and a foreshadowing of the decade’s looming, economic crash. As one...


The Blue Wall

by Donald Reichardt & Joyce Oscar Sunstone Press (March 10, 2015)

Television crime reporter Grace Gleason doesn’t go looking for trouble, but in the news-gathering trade, pursuing the truth can be risky. An Atlanta station hires her to star in its news segment, “Crime...


Killing for Klimt

by Alessandra Comini Sunstone Press (September 20, 2014)

In this first in the Megan Crespi Mystery Series, retired art history professor Megan Crespi, an expert on the Viennese artist Gustav Klimt, becomes involved in a race to recover the Secretum, a “shameful,...


The Natural Selection

by Ona Russell Sunstone Press (September 20, 2014)

In July of 1925, Sarah Kaufman is finally taking the holiday she deserves. Her court duties in the hands of a competent replacement, she looks forward to a month of relaxation with her cousin Lena, the newest...


O'Brien's Desk

by Ona Russell Sunstone Press (March 25, 2016)

The year is 1923, and one of Ohio’s most prominent judges, O’Brien O’Donnell, fathers his first and only child. Though a joyous occasion for the recently married, fifty-nine year old, the birth sets off...


Mrs. Hudson and the Irish Invincibles: Second in the Mrs. Hudson of Baker Street Series

Mrs. Hudson of Baker Street #2

by Barry S. Brown Sunstone Press (November 01, 2011)

When Moira Keegan tries to recruit Sherlock Holmes to save her father's life, Holmes, Watson and Mrs. Hudson do their best to convince the 12-year old that she has misunderstood her father's situation. When,...


The Unpleasantness at Parkerton Manor: First in the Mrs. Hudson of Baker Street Series

Mrs. Hudson of Baker Street #1

by Barry S. Brown Sunstone Press (November 01, 2011)

It is 1890. One woman rules the British Empire; virtually all other women rule domains no larger than their own kitchens. The widow of Constable Tobias Hudson has other ideas and has made other plans. She has...