Can anyone tell me if there is a genre for historical romance/murder mystery/psychological thriller?
My story "The Romantic Strangler" needs a home. Please read it and let me know where you think it belongs.
Judging by the first chapter, the title of your story and the thematic elements in your question, I say you are writing a Gothic mystery popular in the 1800s and set in in the 1800s-Gothic Literature has always had romance in it, even if it is a Gothic mystery. Gothic mystery writers include Wilkie Collins, Edgar Allan Poe, and Robert Louis Stevenson.
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