I'm currently reading Grave Expectations by Heather Redmond. This book is the second in the Dickens of a Crime Mystery series and was released last week.
Kate Hogarth asks her fiance for a mystery to distract her while waiting for their wedding. Not content with an old conundrum Kate pines for something recent. She gets her wish when she and Charles Dickens go to check on his elderly neighbor only to find her dead, murdered in the apartment above his. Who would want to kill an old woman? Does it have anything to do with the ancient magazine thrust under Charles's door that told of the killing of a young Jewish girl? With a friend suspected of the current murder, Charles and Kate once again are plunged into a mystery.