"With an increasingly beloved detective crew, this Victorian mystery offers thrills and sharp insights into human behavior." -- Kirkus Reviews (starred review) on Murder on Cold Street These books, which recast Sherlock Holmes as Charlotte Holmes, are perfect for those who adore layered stories. Unignorable questions of gender, expectation and privilege lurk beneath complex mysteries and a slowly scorching romance.--The Washington Post, on The Art of Theft Fast-paced storytelling and witty prose add further appeal for those who like their historical mysteries playful.--Publishers Weekly, on The Art of Theft Thoughtful yet brief remarks critique patriarchy, heteronormativity, and colonialism, fitting organically into an absorbing whodunwhat arc. An exciting addition to the mystery series; Holmes meets Ocean's 11 meets A Vindication of the Rights of Woman.--Kirkus Reviews (starred review), on The Art of Theft Praise for The Hollow of Fear The resolution, as well as the spell cast by Thomas' language and clever use of disguise to reveal a devastating understanding of human flaws and desires, leaves one with a good book hangover. A novel in which you cannot wait to find out what happens next--even as you do not want it to end.--Kirkus Reviews (starred review) The mystery at the novel's heart is compelling...but it's once again the author's incisive and compassionate glimpses at how women survive the strictures of misogyny that place the book a cut above the rest.--The Austin Chronicle This spell-binding tale is the third in the Lady Sherlock Historical Mysteries and is even better (if possible) than the last. For those who have yet to experience this new take on the beloved Sherlock Holmes and the Victorian realm that never disappoints, this is a series you must start reading right now!--Suspense Magazine.