No Stone Unturned, is the first Lucy Lawrence crime/mystery set in 1880s Yorkshire and London.
London October 1886: Trapped in a troubled marriage, Lucy Lawrence is ripe for an adventure. But when she meets the enigmatic Phineas Stone, over the body of her husband in the mortuary, her world begins to fall apart.
When her late husband’s secrets spill from the grave, and her life is threatened by the leader of London’s most notorious gang, Lucy must find the strength to rise to the challenge. But who can she trust and how is she to stay out of the murderous clutches of London’s most dangerous criminal?
No Stone Unturned has been awarded the B.R.A.G. Medallion, the Discovered Diamond accolade and Silver Medal in the Book Squirrel Awards 2019.
Some 5* Reviews from Amazon:
29 June 2019
Absolutely loved this book! So witty! And a real page turner! Read this in under a day. The characters and storyline draw you in…. I can’t wait for the next one.
28 June 2019
Delightful twisty turny read, which has Lucy trying to track down her husbands murderer in the dark underworld of Victorian London. Lecky’s writing is strong and colourful. 5 stars
15 July 2019
Absolutely loved this book. An easy, well plotted , exciting read, with lots of fascinating insights into Victorian England seamlessly knitted into the story. I loved the central character of Lucy, strong and sassy. I really look forward to more of her adventures. My husband loves Sherlock Holmes and said this book reminded him very much of his books.
Footprints in the Sand, is the second Lucy Lawrence Mystery and is set in Egypt 1887. Lucy finds herself embroiled in the machinations and professional jealousies of rival English and French Egyptologists. When a prominent member of the profession is found murdered, Lucy must keep her wits about her to solve the case and avoid meeting a similar fate.
Footprints in the Sand is due for release Spring 2020.
- November 2019: No Stone Unturned is awarded the B.R.A.G. Medallion
- August 2019: No Stone Unturned becomes a ‘Discovered Diamond’