Peter Tremayne is a historian who writes mysteries set in mid-seventh century Ireland. His central character is Sister Fidelma who is both a religieuse & advocate of the law courts. The books give intriguing detail of life in Ireland at that time.
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Ally Carter’s fun, fantastical, fast-spaced spy stories feature intriguing characters and just a touch of romance that never overshadows the story. The Heist Society series follows Kat Bishop’s gang of teenage master thieves as they pull off amazing heists.
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CJ Cherryh’s science fiction/fantasy novels feature amazingly detailed worlds, supported by her strong background in languages, history, archaeology, and psychology. She even has an asteroid named after her: 77185 Cherryh!
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The Tea Shop Mysteries – One of the best “cozy” mystery series I’ve read. Set in a Charleston tea shop with a cast of great repeating characters. This one will have you picking up a cup of tea and settling in for the entertainment.
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The popular Outlander series has also been made into an award winning TV show. It follows Claire who falls through ancient stones in 1960’s Scotland and ends up in 1743. It is a highly enjoyable series with something for everyone.
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Starting with “The Iron Trial” the series “The Magisterium” is like a darker Harry Potter. The motivations of the villain are more complex and we follow our hero through these discoveries.
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Australian author Matthew Reilly’s books are like action movies and often feature a supernatural twist. Try “Ice Station,” the first in the Shane Schofield series, or “Temple,” which takes Professor William Race on an Indiana Jones-esque adventure in Peru.
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