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Foreword Reviews Announces Best Poetry and Mystery Books for Winter

The Winter 2016 issue of Foreword Reviews is here, and it comes with a couple of choice features including books from Consortium publishers. The magazine calls Swallows and Waves, published by Sarabande Books, “lithe and exacting” in an article deciding the “Best Poetry of Winter 2016,” and that’s just the beginning! A feature onSecrecy, Conspiracy, & Crime” novels listed both volumes in Gallic Books’ The Lady Agnès Mystery series, remarking that the stories “showcase the courage and cunning needed to survive in a time when women had few choices in life” and continued, “A true historical thriller and murder mystery, an ancient prophecy unites an abbess, a knight, an illegitimate daughter, an assassin, and more, but corruption and evil intent often hide behind pretty words and faces, leaving Lady Agnès fighting for survival.” The same article called Bitter Lemon Press’ The Body Snatcher “gritty and raw” and “a page-turner not to be missed” and of Prospect Park Books’ The Spy on the Tennessee Walker, the magazine said, “Intellectuals and trivia buffs will appreciate both Maggie’s and Victoria’s obvious love of current events, music, and literature. . . . Historical action, romance, and modern mystery unite as Maggie and her crew solve the mystery of The Spy on the Tennessee Walker.”

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