Book List in Order:21 titles

  • Set in San Francisco, with flashbacks to Chicago and New York, this chilling psychological thriller explores themes like the desire for revenge, the terrible burden of guilt, and the tyranny of unethical lawyers and corrupt judges.  It also focuses ...


  • Maggie Eliot is learning the truth of the adage, “No good deed goes unpunished.” To help a friend, she has agreed to host a group of American botanists who are touring the Cotswolds during snowdrop season. If only it were not for the relentless r...


  • To Oxford professor Maggie Eliot, it seems everyone she knows is pregnant. The women in her husband’s family. The daughters of her friends. Her colleagues and her colleagues’ wives. Too old to have children herself, Maggie finds the situation rai...


  • Professor Margaret Spence Eliot thought life was finally beginning to settle down after a year of personal upheaval that included getting married, accepting a new position at Oxford and having some other adventures.Then she meets Jersey Jones, a new ...


  • It is high summer in the Cotswolds and Maggie Eliot would be enjoying the season more if only she were less stressed out. There is the book she is writing whose deadline is approaching. There is the project of creating a database of the plants in the...


  • It’s snowdrop season and Maggie Eliot is on a mission.The previous summer three people she knew died. The coroner ruled the first a suicide, the second a murder and the third an accident. Around the same time as the deaths, a number of very valuabl...


  • Professor Maggie Eliot has returned to her position at Oxford after a sabbatical year and is finding it difficult to balance the demands of her job with being a newlywed. Then, before she has the time to see if she can adjust, the wife of her friend ...


  • Seven thousand, six hundred fairy lights, a rare snowdrop, and murder.It’s Christmastime at Beaumatin, the Cotswold estate of the Barons Raynham. Oxford Professor Maggie Eliot is looking forward to spending the festive season there with her husband...


  • Maggie Eliot Raynham is afraid that she has bitten off more than she can chew. She has agreed to review and update a card catalogue of garden plants. One hundred and thirty years of garden plants. The project was mischievously proposed by her husband...






  • Maggie Eliot, Appleton Fellow for Global Issues at Merrion College, Oxford, is having an eventful sabbatical year. She has overcome writer’s block, fallen in love and gotten married. She is now enjoying summer with her husband Thomas, who is also t...


  • Maggie Eliot has a problem. The American academic is supposed to be writing a book during a sabbatical year from her position at Oxford and has come down with a bad case of writer’s block.Her friend Anne arranges for Maggie to borrow a cottage in a...


  • Professor Maggie Eliot is getting married, even though she has serious qualms. They’re not about Thomas, the man she is marrying. She admits she is completely besotted. They’re more about the getting married bit. However, Thomas’ attitude is, "...


  • It is obvious to Father Bob that the Occupy London movement is coming to an end and soon the protestors will be forced to leave the great square in front of Saint Paul’s. The self-styled clergyman has been enjoying the notoriety of the past weeks a...


  • Meet Eve Paxton, New Yorker transplanted to London and kickass divorce attorney to the rich and famous -- at least as long as she’s had her coffee and hormone replacement therapy. Eve’s clients are not the only ones who have problems. It’s time...


  • As this sequel to the author's SPIDER SONG opens, Joanna Bryce and Dina Miller are struggling to create a harmonious life together. And then the process becomes further complicated by murder-Sweet Birch Lodge seems the perfect place to wait out the S...


  • In the author's previous novel, Spider Song, Marci Gray makes a cameo appearance as an enigmatic woman who drifts into Keene, New Hampshire, and six months later drifts away again. In her wake she leaves many unanswered questions. Who was she? Where ...



  • She loved Max too much to marry him Sophie Carter was good at her job, the best her agency had to offer. When the von Hartogs, an eminent Austrian family, needed a substitute nanny, she was asked to fill in. Sophie never socialized with her emp...


  • She needed a permanent love Kate had been practically engaged to a charming young Frenchman when she learned that another man held a temporary lease on her future. Apparently, wealthy film director Blake Templeton had been financing her family'...


  • She was willing to gamble everything After the callous way he'd disowned her mother, the last thing Rosanna Dunham wanted was to deal with her wealthy autocratic grandfather. But she was desperate for money--money that meant saving her mother from...


  • He took her proposal much too seriously Davina hadn't been home for two years, not since a serious family quarrel. Now she was invited back for her sister's wedding--the perfect chance to heal the break. But how could she face them all,...