Janice Law

Janice Law is a writer and painter who has also been published in the fields of journalism, academia and history. Her Anna Peters detective series was nominated for an Edgar and her Francis Bacon series won the Lambda Literary Gay Mystery Award (The Prisoner of the Riviera). She taught college English for 20 years before retiring to the country in Connecticut where she lives with her husband.

  • Fires of London

    By Janice Law

    Read by Paul Ansdell

    A killer takes refuge in the blacked-out streets of wartime London, upending the world of Mr. Bacon.

    "Law does a bang-up job of recreating London during the Blitz and portraying real-life artist Francis Bacon as an unlikely sleuth." - Publishers Weekly

    Released November 22, 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • The Prisoner of the Riviera

    By Janice Law

    Read by Paul Ansdell

    In postwar France, young painter Francis Bacon finds that surviving his vacation may be a long shot.

    "Law is close to perfect in presenting the timeless charms of the Riviera, and she's just as satisfying in shaping Bacon as a reluctant but brave and somewhat lucky sleuth. At the same time, she never allows us to lose sight of Bacon as an emerging artist of immense gifts." - Toronto Star

    Released December 13, 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • Moon Over Tangier

    By Janice Law

    Read by Paul Ansdell

    In colonial Morocco, a painter navigates a conspiracy of forgery, corruption, and murder.

    "Narrator Paul Ansdell handles the variety of accents with aplomb, giving Francis a languorous insouciance that aptly fits his character." - Library Journal

    Released December 27, 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • Afternoons in Paris

    By Janice Law

    Read by Paul Ansdell

    Budding artist Francis Bacon heads to Paris to paint, love, and spy in the Roaring Twenties.

    "As the plot thickens, Ansdell ensures that listeners enjoy every twist in this unusual mystery." - AudioFile

    Released January 10, 2017
    English, Unabridged