Book List:80 titles
  • A casual outing to the Crystal Palace in London takes a mysterious and murderous turn in The Corpse at the Crystal Palace, the latest mystery in Carola Dunn’s beloved Daisy Dalrymple series. April 1928: Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher is visited in Lon...


  • After many years working around the world for an international charity in the late 1960s, Eleanor Trewynn has retired to the relative quiet of a small town in Cornwall. But her quiet life is short-lived when, due to her experience, the Commonwealth R...


  • In England in the late 1920s, The Honourable Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher, on a convalescent trip to the countryside, goes to visit three old school friends in the area. The three, all unmarried, have recently bought a house together. They are a part of ...


  • The Daisy Dalrymple series continues in Heirs of the Body -- when one of four potential claimants to the title of Lord Dalrymple dies a sudden, nasty death, the question on everyone’s mind is, “was it murder”? In the late 1920’s in England...


  • A cryptic message spurs Eleanor, Megan, and Nick Gresham on a frantic search for a refugee's missing family While out on a walk, Eleanor Trewynn, her niece Megan, and her neighbor Nick spot a young, half-drowned Indian man floating in the water....


  • In September 1926, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher visits Sybil Sutherby, a school friend now living in Derbyshire as the confidential secretary to a novelist. Suspecting that something is seriously amiss, Sybil has asked Daisy to discretely ...


  • In the Spring of 1926, the corpses of three men are found in shallow graves off the beaten path in Epping Forest outside of London -- each shot through the heart and bearing no identification. DCI Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard, the lead detective, i...


  • Adept at showing character through witty dialogue, Dunn paints an amusing picture of a small town that readers will want to visit again soon. --Publishers Weekly on Manna From Hades Eleanor Trewynn is a recently retired widow who has moved to the sma...


  • In March of 1926, Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher and her friend and collaborator Lucy (a.k.a. Lady Gerald) head off for several days at stately home reputed to have the best grotto in the country. Working on a book of follies (architectural), they plan to ...






  • Eleanor Trewynn is a widow of some years living in Port Mabyn, a small fishing village in Cornwall, England. In her younger days, she traveled the exotic parts of the world with her husband. These days, she's retired and founded the local charity sho...


  • Three Regency Fairytales and a Halloween ghost story: RUMPLESTILTSKIN—with an unexpected hero; ALADDIN’S LAMP—turns up in Regency Oxford, jinnee and all; and THE FIREBIRD—with a wer-fox as heroine; plus Superstition—a Halloween short story,...


  • In 1925, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher, her husband, Alec Fletcher (a Scotland Yard Detective) and their new twin infant children inherit and move to a new, larger house on the outskirts of London proper, in a stage of slight disrepair (tha...


  • In 1925, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher, a new mother of twins, resumes her career as a journalist by undertaking an article on the Tower of London, but during her research, she stumbles upon the corpse of one of the Yeoman Warders. Reprint....


  • A magazine assignment takes a murderous turn for that intrepid sleuth, the Honorable Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher, in this delightful new addition to Carola Dunn's mystery series set in 1920s England... Late autumn in the Cotswolds, and the countrysid...


  • Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard, a long-awaited seaside vacation becomes a busman's holiday when a local Lothario turns up murdered...but hardly mourned... Ah, summer! Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher, three months pregnant and fit ...


  • Carola Dunn's inimitable sleuth, the Honorable Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher, returns in another delightfully witty mystery set in 1920s England, where she must unearth a cunning adversary who views a wedding party as an invitation to murder... Everyon...


  • They called her Miss Fell for the spot where Richard Carstairs and his friend had found her on the snowy moor - Daws Fell. He had carried her home in his arms to be cared for by his mother, Lady Annabel, and from the moment she opened her sea-green e...


  • That irrepressible sleuth, the Honorable Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher, faces another case of mayhem and mischief in the latest installment of Carola Dunn's charming mystery series. This time, Daisy is confronted with a dentist who has made his last appoi...


  • When it comes to mischief and murder, no one covers the case more stylishly than the Honorable Daisy Dalrymple. The latest installment finds the ever-adventurous heiress dreading Christmas in Cornwall with her distant, faintly scandalous family. She ...


  • Now, 1923 New York, with its speakeasies and sharp wits, comes to vibrant life, as dauntless sleuth Daisy Dalrymple discovers that a guest at her honeymoon hotel has checked out...permanently. The Honorable Daisy Dalrymple, now Mrs. Daisy Fletcher...


  • The acidic manners and dark secrets of uppercrust, 1923 England come alive again, as the just-married Daisy sets out on her honeymoon voyage and sails into decidedly troubled waters... With the peal of wedding bells still ringing in their ears, Da...


  • in Once upon a Waltz

    Nothing rivals the enchantment of a candlelit ballroom...except the magic spell of true love. Reynata Gresham has resigned herself to the curse that separates her from everyone else--until she peers through glowing ballroom windows to see Aldwin, ...


  • Critics hail Carola Dunn's Daisy Dalrymple mysteries as clever and charming whodunits that make 1923 England come alive in vivid, cozy color. Now, in this latest outing, the Honorable Daisy is at it again, exhuming a murderer hiding among the bones a...


  • in Wonderful and Wicked

    Twenty years ago, 'Pirate' Pendragon abandoned his sweetheart Lady Alicia in favor of captaining a privateer. Now, he is reunited with Alicia at Almack's...yet their shared secret could ruin her....


  • in Snowflake Kittens

    Injured war hero Damian Perrincourt never expected his homecoming would be turned topsy-turvey by an impish kitten! But Pirate has an uncanny sense of mayhem--or is it being in the right place at the right time? For without his newfound friendship wi...


  • Unflappable flapper and Town & Country scribe Daisy Dalrymple has delighted fans with her investigations among the shell-shocked, post-World War I elite of England. Now, Carola Dunn's clever heroine is back, searching for a killer whose vicious pen m...


  • in Once Upon a Kiss

    There once was a threadbare young Oxford scholar named Alan Dinsmuir, who was enamored of a rich and beautiful lady of quality. Now only the genie who lived in an old brass lamp he'd bought could turn him into an eligible suitor....


  • in My Darling Valentine

    Valentine's Day--a time when the first spring flowers bloom in the chill spring air, the song birds choose their mates, and ladies and gentlemen discover special moments of love... The frozen Thames River is the perfect place for a great fair on t...


  • Witty, spirited, and oh-so-British, Carola Dunn's Daisy Dalrymple mysteries perfectly capture the charm of the classic cozy. In the latest installment of her wildly popular series, it is July, 1923, and the Honorable Daisy is off to the races, trying...






  • A BRILLIANT POLITICAL ESSAYIST... Philippa "Pippa" Lisle is more interested in politics than fashion. From Sweetbriar Cottage, she writes essays on the issues of the day, not daring to reveal herself as their author, the radical Prometheus. After ...


  • in Once Upon a Time

    Seamstress Martha Miller, a golden-haired country lass with the nimblest needle in the kingdom, thought herself undone. A disdainful duke required four-and-twenty modish gowns for his sister--all in one night, or he'd drive Martha's family into the s...


  • A MYSTERIOUS MISS... From the stage of the Royal Coburg Theatre, Lissa Findlay saw Lord Ashe watching her. She knew the notorious rake was looking for a mistress, and though circumstances had forced her to become an actress to survive -- a definite ...


  • in A Winter Wedding

    FROM COZY INNS TO SPARKLING LONDON, SNOWFLAKES, AND LOVE, ARE IN THE AIR... Winter holds special delights for lords and ladies. Laughter rings like sleighbells in the snow, and a courtship by candlelight can melt the coldest heart. And what follow...


  • There was an old woman...with a matchmaking plan that could turn a lady's life upside down! "Sir, you are no gentleman," were Miranda Carmichael's first words to Peter Daviot-after he had the audacity to kiss her. Indeed, Peter was an adventurer j...


  • The 1923 English countryside is as colorful and calamitous as ever in the newest installment of Carola Dunn's cozy mystery series. In this outing, dauntless Daisy Dalrymple matches wits with a mysterious band of kidnappers in an effort to locate an a...


  • in A Bride's Bouquet

    Never is love so sweet as in Regency England! Whether it is a London season a-bloom with matchmaking mamas, stunning Incomparables and notorious rakes ready to be reformed by love...or a rustic romance for a charming country miss, romance is always i...


  • SHE WAS A WISTFUL WIDOW WITH A BABE ON THE WAY... It wasn't all that shocking when Lady Laura Chamberlain's ne'er-do-well husband met his untimely end. Far more scandalous was Laura's precarious predicament: She was left without a spouse, without me...


  • in A Christmas Courtship

    'TIS THE SEASON... FOR LORDS AND LADIES... TO FALL IN LOVE! Holly boughs and mistletoe, Yuletide carols and holiday surprises bring together the beauties and their beaux of the ton for mischief most merry--and romance most unexpected! In Carola ...


  • In the fourth installment of Carola Dunn's cozy mystery series set in 1923 England, diligent Daisy Dalrymple sets out for Scotland on assignment for Town and Country magazine--and finds herself sharing a rail compartment with squabbling would-be heir...


  • A home in a harem simply wouldn't do for prim Miss Cordelia Courtenay. Her impetuous mama had created a scandal by dragging Cordelia along as she traveled the world. Now, her death had left Cordelia stranded in Turkey...where the pasha decreed she wo...


  • In the third installment of her cozy mystery series, Carola Dunn charmingly recreates bohemian post World War I Chelsea, where the unconventional Daisy Dalrymple is up to her fashionable bob in temperamental artists--one of whom is a cunning killer.....


  • Mariette Bertrand held up Lord Malcolm’s carriage on the Devon moors to retrieve the signet ring, a family heirloom, that her cousin lost at cards. When she was injured in the attempt, Lord Malcolm took her to his sister’s house. Love blossomed, ...


  • It was simply mortifying! The orphaned Mariette has been extricating her ne'er do well cousin from scandalous situations for years., but losing the family ring to a card cheating nobleman is outside of enough. Nevr a woman to sit idly by, she charts ...


  • In this second installment of Carola Dunn's cozy mystery series set in 1923 England, plucky Daisy Dalrymple embarks on another assignment for Town and Country magazine and discovers that daffodil bulbs aren't all that's buried in a country estate's f...


  • in Flowers for the Bride

    Lord Clifford seeks a compliant wife, and Lady Eleanor seems the ideal candidate. However, the quietly unconventional Lady Eleanor is soon leading her suitor a most merry chase. Will conformity or love win in the end?...


  • Sir Barnabas’s Will requires granddaughter Nerissa Wingate and godson Miles Courtenay to live together chastely in his house for six months in order to inherit his estate. He assumed they’ll fail. Fuming but penniless, they accept the challenge, ...


  • WHERE THERE'S A WILL...THERE'S ROMANCE! Nerissa Wingate's grandfather, Sir Barnabas Philpott, had never forgiven her mother for running off with an actor from the 'wrong side' of the ton. And now Nerissa was paying the price--by having her fortune...


  • WHEN LOVE TAKES COMMAND... Lady Constantia Roworth had no fortune and didn't give a fig about rank. But her father, the Earl of Westwood, expected his offspring to make matches that befitted their station -- or enriched the family coffers. Alas, Cap...


  • In the first installment of this cozy mystery series, Carola Dunn transports readers back to the bygone era of 1923 Britain, where unflappable flapper and would-be journalist Daisy Dalrymple daringly embarks on her first writing assignment--and promp...






  • Four Regency Novellas: The Dower House, A Conformable Wife, The Aunt and the Ancient Mariner, and Pirate Pendragon (originally titled The Pirate). Widows and spinsters find love at last. All by Carola Dunn and published by Zebra in various collection...


  • in A Mother's Joy

    When handsome, distinguished Sir Gideon March and his dashing cousin Harry move into a nearby estate, the widowed Lady Catriona schemes to marry her daughter off--only to find her matchmaking plans turned topsy-turvy by love!...


  • Sharing Brussels lodgings with a penniless officer and his admirable sister Fanny, the impoverished Felix, Lord Roworth, liaises between Rothschild and Wellington while courting Lady Sophia, a well-dowered beauty. Fanny laughs at his toplofty ways, y...


  • A MATTER OF RANK The distinguished Viscount Roworth of Kent hoped that his clandestine activities on behalf of the British Army would help restore his family fortune and gain him entry into Brussels' high society. The only fly in the ointment was th...


  • IT WAS WAR! When Justin, Lord Amis, returned from abroad, he learned that his father had married a penniless widow in his absence, and inherited her unruly brood of children, to boot! Justin was determined to expose the family for what they were -...


  • A FAMILY AFFAIR .. . Family meant everything to Miss Thea Kilmore, even though she never expected to have one of her own. She was happy to spend all her considerable energy seeing to the well-being of her mother, sisters and brother. Until she met...


  • A WINTER'S THAW COULD BE A DANGEROUS THING After the coach in which she was riding to London broke down, Fate led Lady Jane Brooke to seek shelter at the nearest house. She was reluctantly admitted by the Earl of Wintringham, most often called...


  • in All Hallows' Eve

    In All Hallows' Eve, gifted writers have concocted a Regency witches' cauldron of romance and shadows, love and laughter, horror and delight. Joan Aiken's story conjures a peer's ghost who wreaks destruction on a modern guest-house; lovers invoke ...


  • Having refused the man her parents chose for her, Miriam Jacobson finds herself smuggling gold across Napoleon's France to Wellington in Spain, accompanied by two attractive young men, both of whom detest her and each other. High adventure and romanc...


  • They tempted Fate Even when it seemed too late Miss Penelope Bryant was possessed of a practical nature. Therefore, to avoid certain disaster, she convinced her dull but dependable fiance to elope with her to Gretna Green. Likewise did Lord Kilm...


  • Fleeing the London marriage market for the tranquility of the countryside, Simon masquerades as a gamekeeper in the hope of finding peace, but the arrival of a beautiful princess disrupts his life as never before...


  • Three Novellas by Carola Dunn: “Frost Fair”—romance on ice…until it melts; “A Maid at Your Window”—a mad scientist finds an unexpected bride; “Wooing Mariana”—it takes a puppy and a kitten to bring together an odd couple. Novellas...


  • They both knew it was too good to be true Two more unlikely fortune-hunters than Miss Jessica Franklin and Mr. Matthew Walsingham would be hard to find. But they had no problem locating each other in Bath. Jessica could not credit her luck to ...


  • She thought all lords were like the heroes in romantic novels. Alison Larkin thought the most romantic thing in the world would be to have a lord falling at her feet and pledging eternal love. With the arrival of her recently widowed and wealthy aunt...



  • in A Regency Valentine (Fawcett)

    WHEN A QUARTET OF VIVACIOUS YOUNG LADIES VISITS A VILLAGE NAMED FOR ST. VALENTINE, CUPID IS THE UNINVITED GUEST. February 14 is unforgettable at the estate of the widowed Cressida Trent, as five acclaimed Regency authors follow the romantic advent...


  • When lightning strikes Viscount Faringdale's science equipment, he and historian Jodie Zaleski are transported to 1816, where, from love of Jodie, Faringdale objects to her plan to take Byron's infant daughter back to the present...


  • SHE vowed to make the best of it One day, Rowena Caxton was the proud owner and mistress of a large estate. The next, she had lost everything and was forced to take up residence with her only remaining family. Her days became an endless round ...


  • She hardly knew whether to laugh or cry! she thought that the Viscount was a man of virtue, but when he returned from London to his country seat, a series of startling revelations forced her to readjust her thinking; she was then called upon to rescu...


  • Lord John Danville, smitten with Rebecca Parr, persuades the young woman's relations to allow her to travel to Russia, and when Rebecca is imprisoned for her involvement in Russian politics, Lord Danville's gallant rescue is the perfect aphrodisiac...


  • Lord Pomeroy's sister plays the matchmaker when she pairs her brother up with the spinsterish horticulturist Claire, who is herself Cupid for her sister, Lizzie, and the charming George Winterbourne, who, in turn, has designs on Claire...



  • BESIEGED BY LOVE Gabrielle Darcy locked the door to her yellow stone townhouse and rode into the grey mist of a Swiss dawn, accompanied by her beloved brother. With their old nurse recently buried, the motherless pair was bound for London, where t...


  • Amaryllis Hartwell's Academy for Young Ladies has been a life saver. After her father caused a scandal, and left her without funds, she made the Academy her refuge and her cause—employing her dear aunt and devoted governess and creating a wort...


  • SWEET HEARTS AND SUMMER FOLLY "Exile!" Julia was despondent. Her disapproving father was sending her to the family castle on the Cornish coast, far from the man she loved. "Adventure!" her cousin Octavia rejoiced, when Julia invited her for a ...


  • Gabrielle Darcy and her brother Gerard must escape France on the brink of war. A dying English spy gives Gabrielle a message for The Man in the Green Coat, who turns out to be Mr. Everett. Though Gabrielle and Everett are attracted, they are also su...


  • A HEART IN DISARRAY Selena tossed her flaxen curls defiantly. She was acting like a positive bird-wit!-- quite unlike the independent young beauty who was used to managing both her farm and her family with the utmost aplomb. Why, no one had even b...


  • A LADY IN LOVE... Lovely Lady Pendcrrie was the daughter of an earl... and well aware of the drawbacks of a noble birth. First, there was the business of her parents' estate, now firmly in the hands of her skinflint brother Godfrey. Then, there wa...


  • HEIRESS IN DISGUISE Lady Evangelina was lovely, the daughter of a marquis, and the reigning beauty of the London season. Of course she was deluged with marriage offers...but how could she ever be sure that her suitors were sincere? Determined ...


  • A COUNTRY GIRL -- AND AN EARL With a clutch of lively half brothers and sisters to raise and too few servants, Hester Godric's life was one of simple country domesticity. Then David Fairfax arrived on her doorstep. The victim of a frightful coac...


  • They called her Miss Fell for the spot where Richard Carstairs had found her--Daws Fell. He had carried her home in his arms; and from the moment she opened her sea-green eyes in bewilderment and pain, she had captured his heart. But who was she? ...