Reviews for “A Ring of Truth”!

An engaging and effective romp rich with historical details.” Kirkus

There’s a lot to love about the bloodhound couple at the center of this cozy mystery.” Foreword Reviews

Set in the 1930s, this romantic mystery combines the teetering elegance of Downton Abbey and the staid traditions of Pride and Prejudice with a bit of spunk and determination that suggest Jacqueline Winspear’s Maisie Dobbs.” – Booklist

The second book of this mystery series is laced with fiery romance so delicious every reader will struggle to put it down. If you devoured Pride and Prejudice, this love story will get your heart beating just as fast.” Redbook, “20 Books By Women You Must Read This Spring”

The characters are well-drawn, with depth. Cox builds anticipation by foreshadowing issues that will come up in future volumes of the series. Hen and Clive’s romance is real and touching. I’m sorry the cliffhanger ending means I’ll be kept waiting to find out what happens to the characters next.” – Historical Novel Society

Henrietta and Inspector Howard make a charming odd couple in A Ring of Truth, mixing mystery and romance in a fizzy 1930s cocktail.” Hallie Ephron, New York Times bestselling author of Night Night, Sleep Tight

Brimming with dark plot on every page, this unpredictable literary thrill ride will transport you to the heart of 1930s Chicago and the love story of a lifetime.” PopSugar, “11 Reads to Get You Through Cuffing Season”

The crème de la crème of historical fiction, A Ring of Truth is the unpredictable mystery you’ll be reading and rereading for the rest of 2017.” Brit+Co, “5 Refreshing Books for a Spring Escape”

A 1930s Chicagoan love story with a heavy dose of thrilling mystery…the absolutely unputdownable sequel that centers around Clive’s mysterious fortune and strange wrath of his affluent family.” Bookstr, “10 Historical Fiction Reads for Spring”