"…A perfect period puzzler, Madame Koska and the Imperial Brooch is clever, concise, occasionally comical…" — Jay Strafford, books editor, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Agatha Christie reborn. A veritable tour de force of the twenties’ London fashion scene with our heroine the Madame… Ilil Arbel has adopted the mantle of the Grande Dame of this age and produced a stunning book full of fun and the obligatory twisted ending. Don’t miss it!"   — Lord David Prosser, author of the Barsetshire Diaries
"Madame Koska is an absolutely unforgettable character whose charms and eccentricities linger on long after you’ve finished this marvelous page-turner. Here’s to hoping this is only the beginning of a wonderful new series."   — Gary Morgenstein, playwright and author of A Mound Over Hell
"…I didn’t know whodunit until the very last few pages."   — Wayne Zurl, author of the Sam Jenkins Murder Mysteries Series
"I was charmed by the character Madame Koska…truly a fun read and I am looking forward to reading the next Madame Koska."   — LibraryThing Early Reviewers Program