a few more Heyers on the way!


US Release Date:  September 1, 2009

The superlatively analytical Inspector Hemingway is confronted by a murder that seems impossible—no one was near the murder weapon at the time the shot was fired. Everyone on the scene seems to have a motive, not to mention the wherewithal to commit murder, and alibis that simply don't hold up. The inspector is sorely tried by a wide variety of suspects, including the neglected widow, the neighbor who's in love with her, her resentful daughter, and a patently phony Russian prince preying on the widow's emotional vulnerability and social aspirations. And then there's the blackmail plot that may—or may not—be at the heart of the case…

US Release Date:  December 1, 2009

In an age of slippery politics, Robin and Prudence Tremaine, the children of the notorious and brilliant Viscount of Barham, find themselves on the wrong side of the Jacobite rebellion. The Viscount sends his offspring on the road to London, each masquerading as the opposite sex.

In her guise as a young gentleman, Prudence attracts a mentor in Sir Anthony Fanshawe, who soon uncovers her true identity and becomes an accomplice in their escape. Robin and Prudence rescue the lovely Letitia from an unwanted elopement, and Robin, disguised as a lady, becomes her confidante. The plot unwinds with a great deal of adventurous doings—sword fights, narrow escapes, blackmail, and highwaymen—until Robin must reveal his true identity and woo Letitia in earnest. But when she finds out the truth, will she accept an adventurer for a husband? Or will his masquerade be Robin's undoing?

 US Release Date:  November 1, 2009

Devil's Cub is another of readers', booksellers', and librarians' favorite Georgette Heyers. In this acclaimed followup to These Old Shades, Dominic Alastair, fiery son of the Duke of Avon, is forced to flee England after a duel. He intends to take and set up as his mistress the young lady whose attentions he's been courting, but her virtuous sister Mary gets in his way and finds herself carried off to France instead.

Discovering that he has met his match when she shoots him in the arm to protect her virtue, Dominic tries to persuade Mary to marry him, but she'll have none of it. A chase ensues that in the end embroils the Duke of Avon himself and his passionate and impetuous wife, Leonie, who is forced to admit that Mary might just be the best thing in the world for her beloved son.



  1. I love Georgette Heyer! Must read more of them!

  2. Hurray! I love Georgette Heyer and can't wait to get my hands on some more!

  3. Now these are some Heyers up my alley!

  4. I love the cover of No Wind of Blame!

  5. ohh i wish to start on some Heyer books soon!

  6. I have a recent reissue of Devil's Cub with a different cover - published by Harlequin, I believe. Do you know if Harlequin is letting their rights lapse & if Sourcebooks is taking over?

  7. Oh, so happy to find your blog, through the Tudor Stuff blog! I love Georgette Heyer, and am so pleased to see that they are releasing more of her works here in the US.

    I picked up several of them in paperback in Canada some years ago, when they had a big re-release of most of her titles, both the Regency and the Georgian romances, though none of the mysteries. Glad to see they're putting the mysteries out now as well!

  8. I wish more books would come out so quickly! :) Even if they are rereleases...


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