USA Today bestselling author Callie Hutton has penned more than thirty-five historical romance books, and writes humorous and spicy Regency with "historic elements and sensory details" (The Romance Reviews). Callie lives in Oklahoma with two rescue dogs and her top cheerleader husband of many years. Her family also includes her daughter, son, and daughter-in-law. And her four year old twin grandsons "The Twinadoes."
Praise for The Mystery of Albert E. Finch:
"Cozy fans will have fun."
"An extraordinary and unreservedly recommended addition."
-Midwest Book Review
Praise for The Sign of Death:
"A delightful combination of mystery and romance with some unexpected twists."
"A fun, character-driven mystery."
"Hutton delivers an easy-reading, [with] sprinkles of fun references."
-Historical Novels Review
Praise for A Study in Murder:
"A cozy delight, with a charming heroine."
-New York Journal of Books
"A breath of fresh air with a heroine that is smart, clever, and brazen."
-Manhattan Book Review
"We'll be looking forward to the next in the series for sure!"
-Eyes on World Culture
"This book is a delight! Lady Amy Lovell is a Victorian author and sleuth, fearless and fearsome, thrusting herself into danger with courage and aplomb. All the elements of the English Country House mystery are present--Victorian England, toffs and swells, servants, tea, and malevolent murder. A Study in Murder has clear echoes of Jane Austen, Agatha Christie, and of course, Sherlock Holmes. You will love this book."
-William Bernhardt, author of The Last Chance Lawyer
"A Victorian lady who not only secretly writes murder mysteries but also investigates real murders - how fun! With A Study in Murder, Callie Hutton has begun a one-of-a-kind new series that's packed with surprises and will leave readers eager for more."
-Mary Ellen Hughes, bestselling author of A Curio Killing
"[A] lively and entertaining mystery...I predict a long run for this smart series."
-Victoria Abbott, award-winning author of The Book Collector Mysteries
"With a breezy style and alluring, low-keyed humor, Hutton crafts a charming mystery with a delightful, irrepressible sleuth."
-Madeline Hunter, New York Times bestselling author