Bio: Sheri Cobb South is the award-winning author of five regency novels, including The Weaver Takes a Wife, Miss Darby?s Duenna, and Of Paupers and Peers. She has also written a number of teen romances for Bantam?s long-running Sweet Dreams series, and her short fiction has appeared in national magazines such as Woman?s World, ?Teen, and Campus Life. She made her mystery debut in 2006 with the publication of In Milady?s Chamber, which introduced Bow Street Runner John Pickett. Sheri lives in Mobile, Alabama with her family, and loves to hear from readers. She may be contacted at Cobbsouth@aol.com.

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A Dead Bore
Escaping scandal following her husband's death, Lady Fieldhurst accepts an invitation to a house party. Tragedy follows her when the vicar, author of a dull local history, dies in a fire. She suspects murder, and sends to Bow Street for John Pickett. Posing as her footman, he investigates from belowstairs while she gathers information above. But Pickett finds her assistance both a help and an all-too-pleasant hindrance. Regency Mystery/Romance by Sheri Cobb South; originally published by Five St... more info>>
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French Leave
Lord Waverly, forced by bankruptcy and scandal into exile in France, encounters a young novice escaping from a convent. Lisette asks him to escort her to England, promising him that her English grandfather will reward him handsomely for her safe conveyance. But when he delivers the irrepressible Lisette as promised, they find her grandfather has died and Waverly must do the honorable thing. Regency Romance by Sheri Cobb South; originally published by Prinny World Press, the third of a trilogy pr... more info>>
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Babes in Tinseltown
In 1936, Frankie Foster leaves her Georgia home with high hopes of becoming a movie star in Hollywood. She soon finds work as an extra in a swashbuckling costume picture, but when the producer drops dead at her feet during filming, Frankie knows she must discover the truth if she is to save the picture and her own fledgling career. A Mystery of Hollywood's Golden Age. Historical (Hollywood 1936) Mystery by Sheri Cobb South; originally published by Belgrave House
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Brighton Honeymoon
When the Brundys' seaside wedding trip is interrupted by a young woman claiming to be Mr. Brundy's sister, Sir Aubrey promises to do what he can in order to relieve his friend of an imposter. But golden-haired Polly Hampton proves to be more than a match for Sir Aubrey, who finds himself thinking about having a honeymoon of his own? Regency Romance by Sheri Cobb South; originally published by Prinny World Press, second of the Brundy trilogy
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In Milady's Chamber
Lady Fieldhurst chose the wrong time to finally agree to a lover, as they discovered her husband stabbed to death in her boudoir. John Pickett, Bow Street Runner, questions whether her ladyship is guilty of the murder, and his superiors question his impartiality, given his interest in her. But there is the presumptive heir, near bankruptcy, and the disappearing butler, and the nocturnal visitor and... Regency Mystery by Sheri Cobb South; originally published by Five Star
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Miss Darby's Duenna
Sir Harry Hawthorne thought he was making a marriage of convenience to a childhood friend--until his fiancee captures the fancy of the dashing and dangerous Lord Mannerly. Suddenly Sir Harry's jealousy is roused to the point that he assumes the identity of his reclusive grandmother in order to keep the all-too-grown-up Miss Olivia Darby under his watchful eye. Regency Romance by Sheri Cobb South; originally published by Prinny World Press
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Of Paupers and Peers
Curate James Weatherly expects only genteel poverty until he learns of his inheritance. But on the way to claim his title he's set upon by footpads and suffers a memory loss. Margaret Darrington believes he's the new tutor for her younger brother, and thus accepts James into the family. When James regains his memory, will he persuade Margaret to love him for himself, and not his title? Regency Romance by Sheri Cobb South; originally published by Five Star
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The Weaver Takes a Wife
Beautiful, haughty Lady Helen Radney is the daughter of a duke who has gambled away his fortune. The duke's plan is to marry her off to recoup his losses, but the only one interested in this sharp-tongued lady is Mr. Ethan Brundy. Once a workhouse orphan, Brundy is now the owner of a Lancashire textile mill, a very rich man--and smitten with Helen. Regency Romance by Sheri Cobb South; originally published by PrinnyWorld Press
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