If you like books by Victoria Johnson, you may like these suggestions. Here are some other historical mystery series, most of which can be described as novels of manners, with strong period details, and relationships which grow despite societal class distinctions. Enjoy!
Cordelia Frances Biddle - Martha Beale/Thomas Kelman series
If you liked The Da Vinci Code because of its thrilling chases and suspense, you may enjoy these titles:
by James Rollins
“Ubar, a lost city buried beneath the Arabian Desert, is more than mere legend, and something astonishing waits there.”—catalog summary. This is the first in the Sigma Force series by Rollins.
If you like "One Shot" by Lee Child, you may also like these titles and authors:
Protect and Defend by Vince Flynn.
In the aftermath of an Israeli attack on Iranian nuclear facilities, CIA director Irene Kennedy and operative Mitch Kelly are dispatched to the Middle East to diffuse Iran's sworn retaliation against the United States. (Catalog summary)
Nancy Thayer wrote the "Hot Flash Club" books, which always feature smart, sassy, sexy women - perhaps past the first blush of youth. If you are looking for books like those, then you may like:
- Mid-Life Madness: stories for People of a Certain Age
- Marriage Can be Murder
- Later Love
- That Would be Ma'am to You
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If you like magical realism, here are some titles you might enjoy:
"The New York Trilogy: City of Glass: Ghosts: The Locked Room"
by Paul Auster
A surrealist take on hard-boiled private eye mysteries. Fast-paced, puzzling and fun.
If you liked "Little Earthquakes" by Jennifer Weiner, you may also like these titles and authors:
"Some Nerve" by Jane Heller
If you like Where Dreams Begin by Lisa Kleypas, you might also like these titles and authors.
If you like books by Faye Kellerman, you may also like...
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Thank you for requesting a book match. If you liked The Choice by Nicholas Sparks, you may also like these titles and authors.
The Gazebo by Emily Grayson
Once a year for fifty years, Martin Rayfiel and Clair Swift have met at the gazebo in the square of a small town, but this year, they do not show, and it is up to Abby Reston, the local newspaper editor, to piece together the puzzle of these two lovers. (Catalog summary)
Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas by James Patterson