Books by Katharine Schellman

B+
Last Call at the Nightingale

Last Call at the Nightingale combines authentic-feeling prohibition era period detail with a heroine who’s easy to love, a unique cast of supporting characters, and a genuinely surprising mystery. It’s 1924, we’re in New York City, and bisexual Irish immigrant Vivian Kelly sews at a dress s ...

B-
The Body in the Garden

I’ve read many historical mysteries this past year. Many have been awesome, some not so great. The Body in the Garden rates somewhere in between - a well-written mystery with clever twists but a little too slow-paced for my taste, and featuring a heroine I never warmed to. Lily Adler, a widow o ...