Coming 3/22/2016 from the 2013 Edgar Nominee for Best Novel:

JANE STEELE

“Let’s be honest here.  When I was sent an advanced readers’ copy of JANE STEELE, which was billed as an historical crime novel with a Jane-Eyre-style heroine who becomes a serial killer, I thought someone was pulling my leg.  I decided to read ten pages, just to annoy myself as I’m often inclined to do.  Also, to show what a good sport I am.  I was hooked by page five and read my way through at a merry clip.  I loved this book!  The language rings true, the period details are correct.  Jane Steele is a joy, both plucky and rueful in her assessment of her dark deeds.  The plotting is solid and the pacing sublime.  If this were a series, this would be the perfect introduction.  As a stand-alone, I give it an A+”
—Sue Grafton, #1 New York Times bestselling author     

"This is a wonderfully wicked book. The deadly first chapter actually made me gasp. Jane Steele is a character you will not soon forget. Great evil fun!" 
—R.L. Stine, author of Goosebumps and Fear Street 


Also by Faye, the final installment of the Timothy Wilde Trilogy:

THE FATAL FLAME

Heralded by Gillian Flynn as “so spectacular . . . amazing.”

And from Lee Child "Immersive... thrilling... Read it today."

Lyndsay Faye is back with her biggest adventure yet!

 

The Fatal Flame

No one in 1840s New York likes fires, but Copper Star Timothy Wilde least of all. So when an arsonist with an agenda begins threatening Alderman Robert Symmes, a corrupt and powerful leader high in the Tammany Hall ranks, Wilde isn’t thrilled to be involved... More ›

Seven for a Secret

Six months after the formation of the NYPD, its most reluctant and talented officer, Timothy Wilde, thinks himself well versed in his city’s dark practices—until he learns of the gruesome underworld of lies and corruption ruled by the “blackbirders,"... More ›

Gods of Gotham

Distributed in thirteen countries and heralded by The New York Times Book Review as a "rollicking historical novel" and "a sensational account of what early police work was like," The Gods of Gotham introduces Timothy Wilde... More