Emperor Norton's Ghost, A Fremont Jones Mystery
Written by Dianne Day

The year is 1908, and Fremont Jones and her partner in life and work, Michael Archer Kossoff, have returned to San Francisco where they are living separately but in the same house (it's a double Victorian on Divisadero Street). Also on the ground floor of Fremont's side of the house is their new business: J&K Investigations. Their third business partner in this venture is Aloysius, or Wish, Stephenson, whom they have liberated from the San Francisco Police Department, where readers of the series met him after...
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Beacon Street Mourning
Written by Dianne Day
Paperback, 304 pages
October 2001

Five years ago Caroline Fremont Jones fled the proper world of her native Boston for the independent life of a California private detective. But now, in the winter of 1909, she is grief-stricken to learn of her father’s grave illness.

Still hampered by half-healed injuries from her last adventure — but... click for more

Death Train to Boston
Written by Dianne Day
Paperback, 272 pages
July 2000

Autumn 1908 finds Caroline Fremont Jones and her partner in love and work, Michael Kossoff, traveling incognito, riding the rails from San Francisco to Boston. The railroad hired the sleuthing couple to investigate a series of accidents. But before they can solve the mystery, they become victims of the worst mishap... click for more

Emperor Norton's Ghost
Written by Dianne Day
Paperback, 336 pages
June 1999

Caroline Fremont Jones revels in her return to San Francisco, where a new city rises from the ruins of the 1906 earthquake. Even more rewarding is her business partnership and rekindled love with ex-spymaster Michael Archer Kossoff. But their private investigation agency is barely off the ground when Fremont's new friend... click for more

The Bohemian Murders
Written by Dianne Day
Paperback, 288 pages
March 1998

Forced to leave San Francisco after the devastating earthquake of 1906, Fremont (née Caroline) Jones follows her heart to the bohemian beach community of Carmel-by-the-Sea.  She is eager to be reunited with her elusive suitor, retired spymaster Michael Archer, but finds him mysteriously metamorphosed into Misha--otherwise occupied and decidedly unavailable for sleuthing.  But... click for more

Fire and Fog
Written by Dianne Day
Paperback, 288 pages
March 1997

"With her independent spirit and youthful determination, Miss Jones is virtually invincible," raved The New York Times Book Review upon meeting Dianne Day's spunky and appealing new heroine in her debut, The Strange Files of Fremont Jones. Now Fremont Jones returns, awakened by a terrible rumbling, and nearly crushed by a... click for more

The Strange Files of Fremont Jones
Written by Dianne Day
Paperback, 272 pages
January 1996

Brave, resourceful, adventurous Fremont (née Caroline) Jones is a woman ahead of her time. Hungry for independence, she's traded in her conventional life in Boston for a career as a "type-writer" in turn-of-the-century San Francisco. But Fremont soon discovers that her clients aren't always what they appear to be, and that... click for more