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Sulari Gentill

After She Wrote Him by Sulari Gentill

After She Wrote Him is a standalone novel quite different from her Rowland Sinclair series. It begins with murder but the similarity to a standard mystery ends right there. Madeleine d'Leon is a lawyer turned mystery novelist with a popular... Continue Reading →

Give the Devil His Due by Sulari Gentill

Give the Devil His Due is the seventh in the Rowland Sinclair mystery series, featuring the privileged youngest son of a wealthy Australian family who, much to his elder brother's consternation, is a Bohemian artist sharing his home with a... Continue Reading →

A Murder Unmentioned by Sulari Gentill

A Murder Unmentioned is the sixth book in the Rowland Sinclair series and the third I have read.  The unmentioned murder is from the past. Rowland was fifteen when his father died and he was sent to England. We now... Continue Reading →

Paving the New Road by Sulari Gentill

During the 1930s, it was possible to imagine several countries allying with Germany. In the United States, many Republicans supported the Nazis. In the United Kingdom, there was active support. It is possible if Edward III had not been forced... Continue Reading →

A Decline in Prophets by Sulari Gentill

A Decline in Prophets is full of vicarious high-life as it takes readers on a luxury cruise, to bohemian parties in Manhattan, and on the polo grounds of Australia. Along the way, we meet several eminences of the time. It is 1932... Continue Reading →

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