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Heidi Ashworth Books In Order

Publication Order of Lord Trevelin Mystery Books

The Devil in Beauty (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Gift for Lord Trevelin (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Scandal in Honor (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Murder in Mirth (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Miss Delacourt Books

Miss Delacourt Speaks Her Mind (2008)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Miss Delacourt Has Her Day (2011)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Lady Crenshaw's Christmas (2012)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Lord Haversham Takes Command (2013)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Lord Who Sneered and Other Tales (2013)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Miss Armistead Makes Her Choice (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Power of the Matchmaker Books

O'er The River Liffey (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Anthologies

A Midwinter Ball(2015)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

About Heidi Ashworth
Largely writing historical romance novels, Heidi Ashworth is an American author with much to say, showing a clear passion for the genre. Infusing her stories with elements of mystery too, she also has a love for each of her characters too, which is evident throughout all of her work. Writing with a lot of sincerity, she also brings a great deal of humor and heart to her stories as well, allowing readers to really invest themselves in the action. Creating entire worlds, she’s an imaginative writer with a lot of scope and scale in her novels, really understanding what it is that drives the genre.

Drawing from a number of classic writers such as Jane Austen, her writing comes from a rich tradition of romance novelists. Giving her period set romance novels an updated twist, she brings them into the contemporary age, allowing them to become relevant for a whole new audience. This makes for a variety of fun and entertaining Regency era romances that really sparkle for the reader, as they bring a whole new angle to the genre. The characters are especially noteworthy, as they manage to speak in a manner that’s direct and to the point, making them both engaging and addictive in equal measure.

Lending her stories a high level of authenticity too, they extremely realistic, as attention to detail when it comes to the time period is also prominent. Believable and immersive, they definitely give readers an idea of what it was like back then, allowing them to feel as if they’re really a part of the action. This has proven to be hugely successful for her, as Heidi Ashworth has become a bestselling author all over the world. Continuing to put out novels on a regular basis, there’s plenty more to come, as she carries on into the foreseeable future.

Early and Personal Life:
American born, Heidi Ashworth would grow up with a strong passion for all things literature, particularly of the historical and classic variety. This would develop throughout the years, as she’d come to make a name for herself in the genre, building upon both her style and voice. With an interest interest in travelling too, many of her stories would be focused on English settings, particularly murder mysteries.

It was her love of romance novels though that really drove her, as she wanted to write novels in the genre from the age of seven. Constantly working on her style, she’d find her own unique approach to the genre, reaching scores of readers across the world. Currently still writing to this day, she lives in San Diego with her husband and their children, as she’s always on the lookout for new and exciting ideas.

Writing Career:
Releasing her first novel back in 2008, Heidi Ashworth would make her big debut with the title ‘Miss Delacourt Speaks Her Mind’. This would also be the first in the ‘Miss Delacourt’ series, featuring its eponymous protagonist as she goes about her day-to-day in Regency era England. Later this would also be followed up with ‘The Devil in Beauty’ in 2017, which was her first ‘Lord Trevelin Mystery’ novel. Over the years she’s contributed to a number of collections too, making her a highly versatile author, something which has been noted by both the public and critics, as she’s continued to find success worldwide.

Lady Crenshaw’s Christmas
Initially released through the Dunhaven Place Publishing house, this would be the third ‘Miss Delacourt’ series novel. First published on the 24th of November, this would initially come out in 2012, with an already eager audience waiting. Following on from the previous arc, it continues the stories and narratives of the main characters, including that of Miss Delacourt.

This book really gets a feel for the time it’s set in, transporting the reader back to the Regency era, perfectly capturing it. Not only that, but the characters resonate too, as they don’t get lost in the pageantry of the time, feeling wholly real and authentic themselves. With both character and period detail, it’s a great book for both fans of the genre and newcomers alike, being highly accessible to all.

Having married finally, Ginny, Lady Crenshaw, and her husband Anthony have moved to the country where they’ve spent the first six months of their marriage. Hosting a Christmas ball at Dunsmere, Ginny now has to play hostess to the estate of the Duchess of Marcross, who is dowager there. Coming from humble beginnings as vicar’s daughter, Ginny must now prove herself to all those in her new family, making sure the event goes off without a hitch. Will she be able to manage it all? Can she ensure the hysterical escapades of Lady Avery don’t get in the way? What will become of Lady Crenshaw’s Christmas?

The Murder in Mirth
Brought out through the Dunhaven Place Publishing label once again, this would originally come out in 2019 on the 1st of October. It would be the third title in the ongoing ‘Lord Trevelin Mystery’ series of novels, carrying on directly from the last novel. Providing another mystery set in the past, it pays close attention to the detail of the period, with it being well researched.

It’s a straightforward murder mystery, with some supernatural elements driving it forwards, along with plenty of warmth and wit. Having fun with the genre, it really makes the most of its subject matter, clearly evoking the time period that it’s set within. There’s a lot of clever twists and turns here, enough to keep the reader turning the page, looking to discover the truth.

Attending a country house party, this follows Julian, Lord Trevelin, during the Christmas of 1814, as he attempts to solve a new mystery. Also known as Trev, he’s accompanied by Mrs. S, and is met by Willy, his private ghost, with a number of guests who appear to be lower down the social ladder. That’s when a body is discovered, apparently having been murdered in a crime of passion, as they must solve who did it. Can they get to the bottom of the case in time? Will they be able to stop vigilantes enacting their own form of justice? Who is behind the murder in mirth?

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