The Spirited Mrs. Pringle
Upon the death of her husband, self-involved social climber Cora Pringle assumes her recent dalliance with a wealthy gentleman will be her second chance at a happily ever after. That is until her paramour turns out to be a penniless imposter. Despite his betrayal, Cora can’t quite let go of the tug the handsome playwright has on her heart.
Desperate for an income, Cora becomes a séance-performing spiritualist and gets a taste for celebrity—and it’s so delicious. So what if she can’t actually communicate with the dead? Her eager patrons don’t need to know that.
Amelia Baxter, an ambitious journalist and suffragist, is discouraged when her editor refuses to let her cover the horrific Jack the Ripper murders. Instead, Amelia pours her frustrations into bringing Cora’s deceptive and manipulative act to an end, even if it means risking her family’s reputation.
Molly Miranda: Thief for Hire
Molly Miranda makes very good money doing very bad things.
(I only steal stuff from rich people. Mostly. Calm down.)
Jewels, art, historical artifacts—nothing is safe when this professional thief is on the job.
(That makes it sound so sinister.)
Lying to everyone you love is second nature when you work in that particular industry. The truth, however, becomes a little harder to hide when she falls into bed with her roommate/crush.
Avoiding dealing with the unpleasantness of feelings, Molly takes an assignment in Scotland and is paired up with an untrustworthy wildcard. It doesn’t help that her new partner-in-crime is super annoying. And devastatingly handsome…
(Are you suggesting there’s something between me and him? hahahahaha No. Just no.)
When a mission doesn’t go according to plan, she wonders if it’s time to hang up her burglar mask for good and try having a normal life with a normal job. And a lot less trespassing.
Join Molly on her hilarious adventures as she dodges bullets, wears disguises, and steals her way into trouble.
Molly Miranda: Thick as Thieves
Professional burglar Molly Miranda is back to steal your heart—and your art.
Molly is thrown into the high-stakes world of art theft. In this witty and thrilling sequel, she and her partner-in-crime travel to Paris to steal a priceless painting with the help of a new business connection.
Trouble is brewing back in New York. Molly’s rebellious younger sister arrives unexpectedly, bringing chaos and threats along for the ride. Molly’s best friend, one of the few people who know how Molly makes an income, is head over heels for a police officer who suspects there’s more to Molly than meets the eye.
Relationships have never been easy for Molly but things get extra complicated in the most romantic city in the world.
Will Molly finally master the art of love?
Molly Miranda: Honor Among Thieves
In this exciting trilogy finale, intrepid thief Molly Miranda is in danger of falling in love… while being hunted.
Thanks to a recent mishap with a crime family, Molly and her dashing partner-in-crime are running for their lives, making a few stops along the way to steal from some high-profile targets, including a reality TV star and a supermodel.
Molly’s best friend makes an announcement that could potentially end their friendship. Meanwhile, her cop nemesis is closing in on the truth about Molly’s life of crime.
Molly and her partner have to depend on one another more than ever, especially when the bullets start flying.
The Lazy Historian’s Guide to the Wives of Henry VIII
You can’t spell “Tudor dynasty” without getting “nasty”.
So, you’ve watched The Tudors, and you’ve read Wolf Hall, but do you know the real story of Catherine, Anne, Jane, Anne, Katheryn, and Katherine? (Best name for an all-woman post-medieval law firm ever.)
Love affairs, court scandal, executions – just your average Tuesday in the Tudor court.
Penned by a lifelong “Henry Head”, The Lazy Historian’s Guide to the Wives of Henry VIII combines Jillianne Hamilton’s sassy, fun, and snarky storytelling with one of history’s most alluring eras. Focusing on the lives of the wives, and less about the dudes around them, The Lazy Historian’s Guide to the Wives of Henry VIII gives the six unfortunate queens the biography for which they almost certainly wouldn’t have asked.
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