The Gold Pawn
by L.A. Chandlar
Pub Date 25 Sep 2018
L.A. Chandlar’s historical thrillers continue to be amongst the best of the genre. Chandlar’s fiction deftly weaves historical events and people into the main plot, allowing them to interact with the central characters - making the novels “feel real”. While you don’t have to read the books in order, I strongly recommend you do, in order to understand the longer term aspects of the plot.
In The Golden Pawn, L A Chandlar reveals more about the Red Scroll organization, its links to Lane’s family, and its potential for causing more bloodshed. Rex Ruby may be gone, but someone is trying to take over as his heir. Lane faces some major challenges, as she returns to the home where her parents were killed and tries to cope with the feelings that arise. Finn is in England under cover, and much of her support is in New York City rather than Rochester.
The Silver Gun by L.A. Chandlar
Historical Fiction , Mystery & Thrillers
Pub Date 29 Aug 2017
Any fan of historical mysteries will love The Silver Gun. Set in New York City during the 1930s, it has the flavor of a city on the move, growing and changing. Art Deco is at its height and the role of women in society and the workforce is changing. It’s a vibrant time and The Silver Gun is a match for its brilliance.
Mayor Fio La Guardia is turning the city upside down in his attempts to root out corruption, revitalize the economy and put an end to mob control. Lane Sanders,his 23 year old aide, has her work cut out for her. It's a tough job but she loves it - and is willing to protect it when trouble comes, first in the form of an alleyway threat and then when she is pushed in front of a train. Naturally Lane wants to know why she is being targeted. With the help of her friends and family - and a mysterious and attractive stranger (cliche but extreme...