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Sara Rosett, auteure de best-sellers au classement de USA Today, écrit des romans policiers offrant une évasion légère aux lecteurs qui affectionnent les ambiances et les énigmes à élucider. Elle a plus de 30 romans à son actif, dans les genres policier historique et cozy mystery. Sara écrit également des ouvrages généraux à destination des auteurs, dont How to Write a Series et How to Outline a Cozy Mystery.
Publishers Weekly a qualifié les livres de Sara de « plaisants », « rondement menés » et « pétillants ». Sara adore recevoir de nouveaux tampons dans son passeport, et selon elle, le chocolat noir est un incontournable du quotidien.
Pour en savoir plus, visitez le site web SaraRosett.com.
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Un meurtre au sein de la haute société. Une lady détective brillante. Saura-t-elle démasquer l’assassin avant qu’un innocent ne porte le chapeau ?
Londres, 1923. Olive Belgrave a besoin d’un travail. Malgré son éducation aristocratique, elle est sans le sou. Déterminée à obtenir son indépendance, elle saute sur l’occasion quand on lui propose un travail atypique : enquêter sur le fiancé de sa cousine, Alfred.
Alfred est apparu au sein de la haute société de Londres, mais il reste très vague au sujet de son passé. Avant qu’Olive ne puisse apprendre plus que des informations rudimentaires, un meurtre a lieu lors d’une soirée huppée. Tous les Bright Young People invités deviennent alors suspects. Olive doit se hâter de trouver le coupable, car le meurtrier semble bien déterminé à ce que sa première affaire soit la dernière.
Meurtre au manoir d’Archly est le premier tome d’Une lady mène l’enquête, une série policière historique à la lecture légère. Si vous aimez les plaisanteries pleines d’esprit, les décors glamour et les rebondissements délicieux, vous adorerez Sara Rosett, auteure de best-sellers au classement du USA Today, et sa série Une lady mène l’enquête, pour les amoureux de mystères et de culture anglaise.
Voyagez dans l’Âge d’or de la fiction policière avec Meurtre au Manoir d’Archly.
Un auteur disparu et un village anglais paisible rempli de secrets . . .
Septembre 1923. Après avoir résolu sa première affaire, la détective mondaine Olive Belgrave n’a pas trouvé de nouveaux clients. Elle a donc accepté un poste de mannequin pour chapeaux afin de payer sa minuscule chambre en pension de famille. C’est alors qu’on lui propose une nouvelle mission : enquêter discrètement sur la disparition d’un célèbre écrivain.
Olive sillonne la campagne anglaise à la recherche de l’auteur de romans policiers disparu. Peu après son arrivée dans un paisible village anglais, un cadavre est découvert. Mais un second meurtre attire l’attention de la police sur Olive. Maintenant, elle doit blanchir son nom au plus vite avant que le piège du meurtrier ne se referme sur elle.
Meurtre au Château de Blackburn est le deuxième tome d’Une lady mène l’enquête, une série policière historique à la lecture légère qui se déroule dans l’Angleterre des années 1920. Si vous aimez les romans qui vous font revivre l’Âge d’or de la fiction policière avec des rebondissements inattendus, des décors élégants et des énigmes à élucider, vous adorerez Sara Rosett, auteure de best-sellers au classement du USA Today, et sa série Une lady mène l’enquête.
South Regent Mansions has all the modern conveniences . . . including murder
London, February, 1924. Discreet sleuth for the high society set, Olive Belgrave is delighted with her new flat at South Regent Mansions where she’s made several friends, including the modern career woman, Minerva, who draws a popular cartoon about a flapper for a London newspaper.
But then Minerva comes to Olive for help after catching a glimpse of a disturbing sight—a dead body. At least, that’s what Minerva thought she saw, but there’s not a dead body anywhere in the posh building, and the residents are continuing with their lives as they normally do. Is Minerva seeing things? Is she barmy? Or is there a more sinister explanation?
To help restore Minerva’s peace of mind, Olive investigates her neighbors. They include: society’s “it” girl of the moment, an accountant with a fondness for gadgets, a snooty society matron, and a school teacher turned bridge instructor. Olive uncovers rivalries, clandestine affairs, and hidden jealousies. With dashing Jasper at her side, Olive must discover whose secret is worth killing for.
If you like sophisticated whodunits, charming characters, and novels with a lighthearted tone, you’ll enjoy the seventh installment of the High Society Lady Detective series, Murder at the Mansions, from USA Today bestselling author, Sara Rosett.
London, 1923. Olive Belgrave needs a job. Despite her aristocratic upbringing, she’s penniless. Determined to support herself, she jumps at an unconventional job—looking into the background of her cousin’s fiancé, Alfred.
Alfred burst into the upper crust world of London’s high society, but his answers to questions about his past are decidedly vague. Before Olive can gather more than the basics, a murder occurs at a posh party. Suddenly, every Bright Young Person in attendance is a suspect, and Olive must race to find the culprit because a sly murderer is determined to make sure Olive’s first case is her last.
Murder at Archly Manor is the first in the High Society Lady Detective series of charming historical cozy mysteries. If you like witty banter, glamorous settings, and delightful plot twists, you’ll love USA Today bestselling author Sara Rosett’s series for Anglophiles and mystery lovers alike.
Travel back to the Golden Age of detective fiction with Murder at Archly Manor.
A Christmas Novella
With the holidays nearing, Kate has time off, a rare occurrence for a location scout. The Jane Austen documentary series is in a production lull, and she plans to spend her time searching for the perfect Christmas gift for Alex, which has turned out to be a task as difficult as finding an unspoiled location for a medieval-inspired fantasy series.
Kate goes to the local Regency-themed Christmas Market in search of a gift, but a new acquaintance is poisoned. Kate is drawn into the investigation and soon realizes she must discover who wants to make sure she doesn’t ring in the New Year.
Menace at the Christmas Market is the fifth standalone installment in the Murder on Location cozy mystery series. Celebrate the holiday season with this fun Christmas novella from USA Today bestselling author Sara Rosett today!
MURDER ON LOCATION SERIES:
- Book One - Death in the English Countryside
- Book Two - Death in an English Cottage
- Book Three - Death in a Stately Home
- Book Four - Death in an Elegant City
- Book Five - Menace at the Christmas Market (Novella)
- Book Six - Death in an English Garden
- Book Seven - Death at an English Wedding
Have you read Sara Rosett’s other mystery series?
If you like historical mysteries with lady detectives, check out the HIGH SOCIETY LADY DETECTIVE mystery series./
If you like travel with your mystery, check out theON THE RUN INTERNATIONAL MYSTERIES. /
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They’re separated by almost a century. Yet, they’ll both hunt the same stolen masterpiece . . .
London, present day. Art recovery specialist Zoe Andrews really needs a break. And all that stands in the way of a well-deserved romantic getaway is an open-and-shut case tracking down a valuable painting’s origin. But Zoe’s vacation plans unravel when the priceless piece is lifted from the gallery, throwing her headlong into a media frenzy.
England, 1923. Olive Belgrave prides herself on discreetly solving rich people’s problems. But her latest assignment to catalogue a stately manor’s artwork collection would be far easier if the staff weren’t mysteriously hostile. And the job turns from irritating to dangerous when she interrupts a shadowy intruder attempting to make off with a rare canvas.
As both women pursue the artwork, they’ll each confront swindlers who hide behind every frame . . .
Duplicity is the seventh book in the On the Run International Mysteries series. If you like parallel stories, puzzling robberies, and scenic tours of Europe, then you’ll love Sara Rosett’s enthralling novel.
A mysterious package, a rumor of a masterpiece, and a dangerous game of hide and seek…
Zoe loves working as a consultant for a company that specializes in art theft recovery. Her only complaint is that the jobs are few and far between, so when she meets an eccentric collector who is on the hunt for a painting of a blue butterfly that might—or might not—exist, she jumps at the chance to look for it. She comes across shady dealers and a confusion of clues as her search for the elusive painting takes her from tropical destinations to the cobblestone streets of Madrid.
Treacherous is the sixth installment of the lighthearted On The Run series from USA Today best-selling author Sara Rosett, which features globetrotting art heists and international intrigue.
An opulent London townhouse, a mummy curse . . .
. . . and a plucky lady detective. It’s October, 1923, and Olive Belgrave has a new case. Her client, Lady Agnes doesn’t believe in curses, and she hires Olive to prove her Egyptologist uncle wasn’t the victim of a malevolent mummy. Olive investigates and discovers the truth is much worse—it’s murder.
Can Olive debunk the curse and reveal the true culprit before the supposed curse claims another victim?
The Egyptian Antiquities Murder is the third book in the High Society Lady Detective series, a historical mystery series set in 1920s England. If you enjoy lighthearted novels reminiscent of the Golden Age of detective fiction with spirited protagonists, perplexing mysteries, and atmospheric settings, you’ll love the High Society Lady Detective series from USA Today bestseller Sara Rosett. Get your copy today!
Why steal a not-so-valuable painting?
Free-spirited Zoe Andrews has settled into married life and feels she has found her ideal niche working for a company that discreetly recovers lost items for elite clients, but her first assignment, which takes her to Edinburgh to recover a stolen painting, turns out to be more complicated than she expected.
Instead of simply getting in touch with contacts in the art world, Zoe finds herself tangled in a web of contradictions. Why would someone steal a not-so-valuable painting, and why was the thief attacked? Zoe’s search to find answers takes her from the ancient stone walls of Edinburgh Castle to the Baroque grandeur of Salzburg as she delves into a decades old mystery with ties to the present.
A Roman holiday goes from romantic to dangerous when a cat burglar on the prowl interrupts an Italian vacation.
Zoe and Jack’s trip to Rome was supposed to be a romantic one-year anniversary celebration with a little business on the side. Jack’s fledgling security company has landed the plum assignment of providing additional security for the opening night gala of a museum exhibit featuring priceless gems.
However, the easy job turns complicated when they discover the exhibit is the next target of a cat burglar who has struck several times in recent months, snatching up a hoard of sparkling jewels. Opening night goes off without a hitch, but then the police accuse them of switching the real gems for fakes.
With the exhibit’s organizer missing and planted diamonds showing up in their belongings, Zoe and Jack are forced to delve into the shady side of the diamond trade in a search for the culprit, a journey that takes them from the fountains and piazzas of the Eternal City to the snow-capped Alps.
With over four hundred 5-star reviews across the first three titles and an average rating of 4.5, the On The Run series is a favorite of mystery readers for its mix of light-hearted adventure, mystery, international travel, and a dash of romance.
The set includes the first three novels:
Elusive: Zoe Hunter loves living on the edge. Free-spirited and spontaneous, she’s built a life stringing together various freelance gigs that keep her bank account barely in the black. But when her ex, Jack, goes missing along with several million dollars from his business and the FBI zeros in on her as a person of interest, Zoe’s life goes from delightfully unpredictable to downright frightening.
Secretive: Zoe Hunter thought all the questions surrounding her ex’s mysterious past had been answered. She couldn’t have been more wrong.
Deceptive: A picture may be worth a thousand words, but a missing masterpiece is worth millions in cold hard cash…