Death in Lacquer Red
  • Length:
    7 Books
  • First:
    June 1999
  • Latest:
    September 2011
  • Rating:

Series List in Order

Order Book Genre Date Rating
1 Historical Mystery / HM 3.5 Buy
2 Historical Mystery / HM 4 Buy
3 Historical Mystery / HM 4 Buy
4 Historical Mystery / HM 3 Buy
5 Historical Mystery / HM 0 Buy
6 Historical Mystery / HM 0 Buy
7 Historical Mystery / HM 5 Buy

Book Descriptions for series: A Hilda Johansson Mystery


  • Book - 1

    (1st in Hilda Johansson Mystery series) The year is 1900 and Hilda Johansson is a young Swedish woman working in the South Bend, Indiana, home of the Studebaker family. She faces the typical problems of an immigrant and the demands of a job that is b...



  • Book - 2



  • Book - 3

    In her third mildly pleasant encounter with villainy (after 2000's Killing Cassidy), full-time housekeeper and part-time sleuth Hilda Johansson suggests that once upon a time wasn't always what it was cracked up to be. Take turn-of-the-century Americ...



  • Book - 4

    Hilda Johansson had thought things would improve once her entire family had moved to the United States. Of course, she'd known that her mother and older brother wouldn't be happy about her choice of beau, Irish Catholic Patrick Cavanaugh, but she's c...



  • Book - 5

    Based on a 1904 unsolved murder case, Crimson Snow weaves immigrant life, class and ethnic tensions into a taut drama centered around the Studebaker mansion in South Bend, Indiana. Hilda Johansson, a Studebaker housemaid, doesn’t want to look into ...



  • Book - 6

    Once housemaid to the wealthy Studebaker family in South Bend, Indiana, Hilda Johansson is now married and living a well-to-do life with her new husband. But her Swedish family doesn't get along with his Irish relations. She's having trouble finding ...



  • Book - 7

    It's a heat wave in more ways than one in the summer of 1905, as strikes, arson, and train wrecks threaten the fabric of civilized society in South Bend, Indiana. In the tumultuous first years of the twentieth century, anarchy seems to rule, with the...