This is the third installment of the Period Mysteries theme, or better said: MYSTERY SERIES THAT TAKE PLACE IN DIFFERENT PERIODS OF TIME. The authors who are included in this particular segment are mystery authors whose last names begin with the letters G-L:
Kaye George (aka Janet Cantrell): People of the Wind Mystery Series – Enga Dancing Flower is a Neanderthal sleuth.
Alan Gordon: The Fools’ Guild Mystery Series is set in the early 1300s and features medieval court jesters who double as secret agents.
Ashley Gardner: The Regency England Mystery Series (1811-1820) features an ex-cavalry captain as the sleuth.
Roberta Gellis: Magdâline la Batarde Mystery Series, 12th century London
Debra H. Goldstein: The Denney Silber Mystery Series (1970s) has, as its sleuth, a student at the University of Michigan.
Ron Goulart: The Groucho Marx Mystery Series takes place in 1930s Hollywood.
Celina Grace: Asharton Manor Mystery Series takes place during different periods of time throughout history.
Celina Grace: Miss Hart and Miss Hunter Investigate Mystery Series takes place in the 1930s.
Pip Granger: Granger’s Rosie Featherby Mystery Series is set in a cafe during post WW II London.
Susanna Gregory (aka 1/2 of Simon Beaufort): The Chronicles of Matthew Bartholomew Mystery Series takes place in the 1300s and the Thomas Chaloner Mystery Series takes place in the 1600s… both are set in Great Britain.
Kerry Greenwood: The Phryne Fisher Mystery Series takes place in the 1920s in Australia. Phryne Fisher is a very “modern woman” who enjoys solving a mystery (or two!)
Carolyn Haines: Pluto’s Snitch Mystery Series stars a young widow just after WWI
Kathryn Miller Haines: The Rosie Winter Mystery Series takes place in New York, during WW II
Victoria Hamilton (aka Amanda Cooper & Donna Lea Simpson): A Gentlewoman’s Guide to Murder Mystery Series – Emmeline St. Germaine is a spinster in England during the Regency period.
Karen Harper: With titles that contain the words “poyson, poole, and twylight”… how could Harper’s historical mystery series be anything but an Elizabeth I Mystery Series?
C.S. Harris: Sebastian St. Cyr Mystery Series
Tessa Harris: Dr. Thomas Silkstone Mystery Series – 18th century London
Tessa Harris: Constance Piper Mystery Series – late 1880s London
L.B. Hathaway: Posie Parker Mystery Series – 18th century London
Nancy Herriman: Mystery of Old San Francisco Mystery Series – 1860s San Francisco
Teri Holbrook: The Gale Grayson Mystery Series is actually not historical, but the main character happens to be an historian.
Victoria Holt: Here are some historical Stand Alone mysteries with a little romance tossed in.
Anna Lee Huber: The Lady Darby Mystery Series is set in 1830’s Scotland.
Anna Lee Huber: Verity Kent Mystery Series – Verity worked for the Secret Service during WW I, and was widowed during the war.
D.E. Ireland: The Eliza Doolittle & Henry Higgins Mystery Series is based on George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion characters, set during Edwardian times.
Maureen Jennings: The Murdoch Mystery Series takes place in Canada, during the 1880s. Her Detective Inspector Tom Tyler Mystery Series features one of the only detective inspectors in England during WW II.
Cathie John: This writing duo is comprised of Cathie & John Celestri (a mother/son duo). Their Little Mexico Mystery Series takes place in Kentucky during the 1940s.
Abigail Keam: 1930s Mona Moon Mystery Series – Mona receives a huge inheritance from her uncle during the Depression.
Laurie R. King: The Mary Russel Mystery Series takes place in England in the early 1900s, and features Mary as the sleuth, and she happens to be a protege of Sherlock Holmes.
Peter King: The Jack London Mystery Series takes place in the late 1800s, in California. (Do you remember the classic novel The Call of the Wild… by Jack London?)
Kate Kingsbury: The Pennyfoot Hotel Mystery Series takes place in England during the very early 1900s and features Cecily Sinclair as the owner of the hotel, and the sleuth of the series. Kingsbury’s World War II Manor House Mystery Series is also set in England… during WW II.
Mary Kruger: The Gilded Age Mystery Series takes place in Rhode Island during the 1890s and features an author of mysteries.
Deryn Lake writes the John Rawlings Mystery Series which features Sir John Fielding (the blind British magistrate who started the Bow Street Runners – the first British police force) along with John Rawlings, a young apothecary, set during the 1700s.
Clare Langley-Hawthorne: Ursula Marlowe Mystery Series takes place in early 1900’s London.
Janet Laurence: The Canaletto Mystery Series is set in London and features an Italian painter/sleuth during the 1700s.
Margaret Lawrence: The Hannah Trevor Mystery Series is set during the Revolutionary War in New England and the main character is a midwife.
Gillian Linscott: The Nell Bray Mystery Series features a suffragette in England.
Catherine Lloyd: The Kurland St. Mary Mystery Series stars the daughter of a vicar in a small English town in the 1810s.
Anna Loan-Wilsey: The Hattie Davish “Have Typewriter Will Travel” Mystery Series features a traveling secretary/typist in the late 19th century. Hattie travels to different locales in the USA.
M. Louisa Locke: The Victorian San Francisco Mystery Series has an owner of a boardinghouse as its sleuth. She also works as a clairvoyant.
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