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The Party at No. 5 by Shelley Smith

An unwanted guest… Mrs. Rampage lives alone in a large house full of her precious belongings. With her daughter living...
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The Lord Have Mercy by Shelley Smith

When Doctor Robert Mansbridge first moved to a quaint English village, he was seen as an intruder, along with his...
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He Died Of Murder by Shelley Smith

The least likely victim… When Master Titmarsh, head of the old religious community known as “The Seekers” who devote themselves...
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Constable in the Farmyard by Nicholas Rhea

Happily settled into life in the idyllic village of Aidensfield should be the dream of any constable… How much crime...
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Deadly Petard by Roderic Jeffries

You can’t run away from murder… Detective Alvarez is to identify a woman called Sandra who is a friend of...
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Two-Faced Death by Roderic Jeffries

Inspector Enrique Alvarez’s retirement is approaching… Looking forward to spending his days taking siestas uninterrupted by the sound of the...
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No Sign of Life by Roger Ormerod

The darkness is closing in… When ex-policeman Richard Patton’s prized Triumph Stag is stolen, he admits that he probably shouldn’t...
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The Third Key by Gerald Verner

The Reverend Colin Armitage writes detective stories in his spare time, making his days blur from one to the other,...
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The Curtain Rises by Mary Burchell

London, 1960s Nicola Denby’s life couldn’t be more perfect. She has met the love of her life, an orchestra musician...
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Taking the Tunnel by James Adams

One way in, one way out… However, they are also very lucrative for the powerful Chinese Triads – the gangs...
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Death’s No Antidote by Geoffrey Osborne

One phone call is all it takes to shatter Julian Croome-Pugglesley’s happiness and plunge him into a nightmare world of...
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Soldier, Sail North by James Pattinson

No one is safe… The German Navy — the Wolfpack — under the command of Admiral Karl Dönitz, conducted unrestricted...
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Second Sight by Elizabeth McGregor

It started with Ruth – everything did, in the end... Ruth, Kieran’s ex-wife, the woman he still loves after all...
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The Bounty by Richard Hough

28th April 1789 Dawn Lieutenant William Bligh, captain of H.M.S. Bounty, was dragged from his bunk at gunpoint by his...
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No Ordinary Killing by Jeff Dawson

December 1899, South Africa. Global superpower Great Britain is mired in an unexpectedly brutal conflict with the upstart Boers. Captain...
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Private Faces by Marianne Gage

One woman, one husband, seven potential mistresses… Natalie Newbury is an artist. Among the hundreds of portraits she has painted,...
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The Mistress of Blackstairs by Catherine Curzon

Everyone thought she was dead… In 18th century Covent Garden, Madam Moineau, is the mistress of Blackstairs, an establishment catering...
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Fatal Consequences by Paul Sinclair

The past will always catch up with you… When his wife is viciously stabbed outside their home, PJ – an...
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The Alpha Raid by Alan Scholefield

A fight to the death… In the final years of the First World War, East Africa is dominated by the...
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Chinese Diaries by Robert Payne

“I wanted to record the Chinese world, the cities, the fields, the farms, the soldiers, the students, the colors of...
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Constable in the Shrubbery by Nicholas Rhea

Constable Nicholas Rhea very much enjoys the quiet nature of policing such a sleepy, countryside village… Not once has he...
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Constable Beneath the Trees by Nicholas Rhea

In the spectacular countryside of the North Yorkshire Moors, Constable Nick Rhea is facing many changes to the policing of...
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Deadly Intent by David McGlone

Mark Rennie is a serial killer. After taking the lives of four women during his college years, he’s now a...
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Hung in the Balance by Roger Ormerod

Philipa Lowe, returning to England for her husband’s funeral after a four-year separation, anticipates a short, uncomplicated visit. Graham’s estate...
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Catching the Sunlight by Amy Myers

“We had disturbed the man’s concentration, for he glanced round curiously. I was totally unprepared for what happened next… I...
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Broken Arrow by Matthew Pritchard

The discovery of a disinterred corpse at one of Andalusia’s Spaghetti Western theme parks catapults investigative reporter Danny Sanchez into...
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The New Lieutenant by Philip McCutchan

The nautical world of 1914 is a dangerous and uncertain place… With Germany conducting unrestricted naval warfare, no ship is...
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Scarlet Shadows by Elizabeth Darrell

Brother against brother… At the tender age of seventeen, the innocent Victoria Castledon is both vivacious and captivating. Although an...
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Dangerous Shadows by Stella Whitelaw

Everyone's got a dark side… When nineteen year old Holly Gray becomes an assistant to Luke Kenyon – a devilishly...
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The Fall by M J Lee

Remember the fallen… It’s 1998, and Michael O’Neill arrives in Singapore, on his latest mission. His taxi driver recognises him...
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The Missing Witness by Jo Smedley

We are never too old to find out the truth… Irene Franks is a pensioner, who fancies herself to be...
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Promised Lies by Marguerite Ashton

Detective Lily Blanchette has a lot on her plate… Her sister Celine has recently been murdered, her parents are on...
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Sold by Nicholas Faith

Going….going…gone… The way we regard our possessions has completely changed. Until around 1960 the paintings, china and furniture around us...
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The Financing of Terror by James Adams

Terrorism costs money. Without it, today’s organised, hi-tech terrorism simply couldn’t exist. Sophisticated weapons, training, safe houses and living expenses,...
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Air Heroes of World War Two by Robert Jackson

The heroes of the skies… The story of the Second World War is the story of ordinary people performing extraordinary...
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Henry VIII’s Mary Rose by Alexander McKee

The rising of the Mary Rose in 1982 made headlines across the globe The iconic ship was a key vessel...
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Mr Misfortunate by Marjorie Bowen

18th century, Great Britain Support for the Jacobite movement in Scotland, aimed to restore the Stuart line to the British...
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The Ballad of the Running Man by Shelley Smith

A new life, a new name, a new way to die… On the Alps, in the summer of 1960, two...
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Teach Yourself Treachery by John Burke

A lesson in treachery… Rachel Petersen and her grandma, Mrs. Watson became widows at the same time. For years now,...
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Fugitive’s Road by Angus MacVicar

Peter Campbell, a reasonably unassuming man, who had grown up in South Africa, is taking his Bentley for a drive...
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