RAFFERTY & LLEWELLYN MYSTERY SERIES

Evans’ humor seriously added to my enjoyment of her book. This, her first , as well as the rest in the series, are well written with stand out central characters and clever plots.’ Aunt Agatha’s Bookshop, Ann Arbor US

‘This often comic tale sharpens the appetite for more.’ PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

‘An ingeniously constructed plot, deft dialogue, well-drawn characters, and a few humorous touches make this an enjoyably intriguing read.’ Emily Melton, Booklist

Well this was a real find. Geraldine Evans knows how to make a character leap off the pages at you.’ Lizzie Hayes, Mystery Women

‘With a healthy dose of British social and cultural observation that adds to a believable setting and plot. Lovely use of descriptive phrases bring to life the ambiance of the area and its residents. Dialogue is precise, but it’s the background descriptions of settings and protagonists that shine. Lively and fun, with absorbing interplay between DI Joe Rafferty and sidekick Sgt Llewellyn. Replete with strong protagonists, infused with British atmosphere, and filled with intrigue and personal concerns alike, Death Dues is a fine detective saga.’
D DONOVAN, eBOOK REVIEWER, MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
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‘Solid, straightforward detection mingled with family mayhem.’
KIRKUS REVIEWS

‘A very satisfying read. Five Stars on Amazon
‘I had one very big problem with this book. After receiving it for review, I discovered it is tenth in a series so now, after reading it, I have to go get the first nine. Because I want to know everything about the whole Rafferty clan. The book is just the right balance of police procedural and humor. 

I look forward to going back to the beginning and reading this series from one end to the other.’
KATE EILEEN SHANNON, AUTHOR/BLOGGER

‘This is a solid British procedural with strong characters, realistic depiction of police work, and wry humor.’ BOOKLIST (Barbara Bibel)

‘This is a fast-moving, skilfully-written tale, told with lots of humour, plenty of twists and turns and a convincing ending. The author, who has a well-deserved reputation for clever crime fiction that keeps the reader guessing until the end, will certainly not disappoint with her latest novel. I recommend it very highly.’ MYSTERY WOMEN

 

CASEY & CATT MYSTERY SERIES

‘Well-researched. Intriguing plot. Good pace. Excellent characterisation and wry humour makes this a very enjoyable read. Highly recommended.’ MYSTERY WOMEN

‘Another solid procedural leavened with a dash of quirky characters.’ KIRKUS REVIEWS

BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORICAL FICTION

Reluctant Queen: The Story of Mary Rose Tudor, the Defiant Little Sister of Infamous English King, Henry VIII

‘A very readable account of a fascinating woman who dared to stand up to Henry VIII and survived. It is thoroughly researched, admirably written and the author’s love of the Tudor period shines through.Historical Novels Review

‘Creatively imagines the private life of Mary Rose Tudor in this richly textured historical novel. A thoroughly researched, elegantly written historical tale.’ KIRKUS INDIE