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Review: Skin Like Silver by Chris Nickson 5* #3 Tom Harper Series!

Skin Like Silver by Chris Nickson  5/5*

The blurb:

The third intriguing historical mystery to feature Detective Inspector Tom Harper

Leeds, England. October, 1891. An unclaimed parcel at the Central Post Office is discovered to contain the decomposing body of a baby boy. 622 more words

Review: Two Bronze Pennies by Chris Nickson (#2 in the Tom Harper series)

I recently saw that book 5 in the Tom Harper series by Chris Nickson was due for release this month. I immediately want to bring my reading on this series up to date. 610 more words

Tues. Jan. 3, 2017: Writing and Books

Tuesday, January 3, 2017
Waxing Moon
Mercury Retrograde
Ninth Day of Christmas
Rainy and cool

If you want to see my To Do List for January, visit the Goals, Dreams, and Resolutions site… 346 more words

Modern Crimes - Chris Nickson

Modern Crimes was published by The History Press on 7 September 2016 and is available to buy here

The first book in a new gritty noir series set in 1920s. 460 more words


THE IRON WATER ... Between the covers

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Intriguing historical series!

Title: Iron Water (A Victorian Police Procedural) by Chris NicksonPublisher: Severn House 224pp November 2016

Genre: mystery, thriller fiction, historical, English mystery 4.5+ stars

Author: Chris Nickson (b 1954) is a British novelist, music journalist, and biographer who lived in the United States for 30 years before returning home. 742 more words

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The Late Victorian Underworld: Gods of Gold

Review: Gods of Gold, by Chris Nickson
Severn, 2014. 212 pp. $29

The gasworkers’ union of Leeds, England, has walked off the job, and management has called in scabs (“blacklegs,” in British parlance) to break the strike. 823 more words

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