Book List in Order: 12 titles

  • Inspired by actual historical events, the "imaginative" (Chicago Tribune) Seneca Falls mystery novels bring life to one of the most fascinating eras in American history. Now, Children of Cain concludes the three-book saga of the Llyr sisters' involve...


  • In the spring of 1862, federal troops prepare to capture the city of Richmond, Virginia. Undercover agent Bronwen Llyr is working with her sister Kathryn, a volunteer nurse for the Union Army, when they learn that their brother, Seth, has been taken ...


  • Washington City is a hotbed of roiling emotions in 1862. President Lincoln, reeling from defeats at Manassas and Ball's Bluff, rallies the Union troops for the large single campaign of the Civil War: the Virginia Peninsula campaign. And two of Seneca...


  • in Crime Through Time III

    ANDREW GREELEY introduces a monk of the Middle Ages who investigates corruption in the Vatican to crack "The Case of the Murdered Pope"... Sir John Fielding, a blind eighteenth-century magistrate, confronts crime at a stuffy dinner party in BRUCE ALE...


  • As the Civil War begins in 1861, Glynis Tryon, Seneca Falls, New York, librarian and amateur sleuth, meets a woman seeking her lost daughter. Meanwhile, Glynis' cousin Emma fears losing her independence in marriage, and a rich Seneca Falls merchant i...


  • in Crime Through Time II

    A GOOD MYSTERY IS TIMELESS Crime Through Time was the remarkable first collection. Now, bestselling mystery authors Miriam Grace Monfredo and Sharan Newman present Crime Through Time II -- featuring even more never-before-published historical myster...


  • Hearing that her niece, on her first assignment as a detective, is in danger, small-town librarian Glynis Tryon heads down south on the eve of the Civil War and uncovers a plot against the government. Reprint....


  • An anthology of historical mystery tales spans the centuries from ancient Rome to Victorian England and features twenty-one stories by Anne Perry, Steven Saylor, Edward Marston, Carola Dunn, Laurie King, Peter Lovesey, Maan Meyers, and other notable ...


  • As the 1850s come to a close, Glynis Tryon returns to her hometown of Seneca Falls, New York, where she helps defend the celebrated abolitionist, John Brown, against politically motivated charges of counterfeiting...






  • In Blackwater Spirits, Glynis's story continues as the temperance movement, spiritualism, and murder all find their way to the small New York town of Seneca Falls. Town librarian Glynis Tryon is no stranger to political controversy. She worked side ...


  • Glynis Tryon joined forces with Elizabeth Cady Stanton a few years back in the fight for women's rights. Now the independent librarian-sleuth finds herself embroiled in an equally compelling campaign against injustice--helping to lead fugitive slaves...


  • In the small town of Seneca Falls, New York, history was in the making. And so was murder... Amidst the bustle of the Women's Rights Convention of 1848, the independent, free-thinking town librarian Glynis Tryon is called on by Elizabeth Cady Stanton...