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The Quiet People by Paul Cleave
Category: General Crime/Mystery
Cameron and Lisa Murdoch are successful crime-writers. They have been on the promotional circuit, joking that no-one knows how to get away with crime like they do. After all, they write about it for a living.So when their 7 year old son Zach goes missing, naturally the police and the public wonder if th ...Show more
Edge of the Grave (#1) by Robbie Morrison
Edge of the Grave by Robbie Morrison is a dark historical crime novel set in Glasgow, 1932. A city still recovering from the Great War; split by religious division and swarming with razor gangs. For fans of William McIlvanney’s Laidlaw, Denise Mina and Philip Kerr. When Charles Geddes, son-in-law of one ...Show more
Riviera Gold - The Intriguing Mystery for Sherlock Holmes Fans by Laurie R. King
Cote d'Azur, summer 1925. Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes find themselves in a world of sun and jazz, fortune and friendship, childlike pleasures and grown up sins...
Hitler's Secret by Rory Clements
With WWII on a knife-edge, the most devestating weapon against the Nazis may not be a weapon at all...In Sunday Times bestselling Rory Clement's most intelligent, thrilling novel to date, only the truth can turn the tide of war.
The Butcher of Berner Street by Alex Reeve
Category: Historical Crime
The latest atmospheric mystery from the author of the Richard and the Judy Book Club choice, The House on Half Moon Street.'Exceptional - you hear and smell and taste Victorian London' Sarah Hilary The headlines scream warnings about the 'Butcher of Berner Street!' and the journalist behind them - Leo S ...Show more
River of Sins by Sarah Hawkswood
When Ricolde, 'the finest whore in Worcester', is found butchered on an island a few miles up the River Severn, can Bradecote and Catchpoll discover the killer's identity?
The Wolves of Savernake by Edward Marston
In 1086 England's mighty king, William the Conqueror, sends out surveyors and census takers to record the resources of his land and its people. Wherever the king's men go they bring excitement, and sometimes murder....
Triflers Need Not Apply by Camilla Bruce
Category: True Crime
In 1900 Chicago, a husband dies under the most suspicious of circumstances. Anton Sorenson had a $2,000 life-insurance policy set to expire and took out a new policy for $3,000. For just one day - July 30, 1900 - both policies were in effect.Sorenson dies of a cerebral hemorrhage on that very day. Accor ...Show more
Transient Desires (#30 Brunetti) by Donna Leon
Category: General Crime/Mystery
In his many years as a commissario, Guido Brunetti has seen all manner of crime and known intuitively how to navigate the various pathways in his native Venice to discover the person responsible. Now, in the thirtieth novel in Donna Leon's masterful series, he faces a heinous crime committed outside his ...Show more
The Mission Song by John le Carré
At a top-secret meeting between Western financiers and Congolese warlords, an interpreter finds his conscience re-awakening. Bruno Salvador has worked on clandestine missions before. A highly skilled interpreter, he is no stranger to the Official Secrets Act. But this is the first time he has been asked ...Show more
The Ravens of Blackwater by Edward Marston
The village of Maldon is controlled by the Fitzcorbucion family, led by wealthy bully Hamo Fitzcorbucion, the lord of Blackwater Castle. When Hamo's son is found murdered, he demands justice and will stop at nothing to get it.
The Dragons of Archenfield by Edward Marston
When there is a land dispute over Archenfield in Hertfordshire, Delchard and Bret are sent to settle it. But when the principle witness is murdered, things become less straightforward .