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Murder in the Library: A Mystery Inspired by Sherlock Holmes and One of His Most Famous Cases

by Felicia Carparelli

Are librarians meek and mild bookish types with orthopedic shoes and granny glasses? Or are they ruthless killers with voracious appetites for wine, women and song? Can a young widow solve a murder with the...


Taken at the Flood: Hercule Poirot Investigates

Hercule Poirot #27

by Agatha Christie

When a widow weaves a web...

Rosaleen Cloade has come to collect on her late husband's sizeable inheritance. But this is only the first intrusion on the Cloade family. The second is murder. And it is up to Detective...


The Invisible Man Murders

by Richard Foster

Hollywood always does things on a big scale, so when a murder was committed in the studios of Magna Pictures, it was nothing short of sensational. They were shooting the story of an invisible man - The Man From...


Oscar Wilde and the Vampire Murders: A Mystery

by Gyles Brandreth

Oscar Wilde and the Vampire Murders opens in 1890, at a glamorous party hosted by the Duke and Duchess of Albemarle. All of London’s high society—including the Prince of Wales—are in attendance at what...


The Unbearable Lightness of Scones

44 Scotland Street #5

by Alexander Mccall Smith

44 SCOTLAND STREET - Book 5

The residents and neighbors of 44 Scotland Street and the city of Edinburgh come to vivid life in these gently satirical, wonderfully perceptive serial novels, featuring six-year-old...


Cry for the Baron

by John Creasey

Each previous owner of 'The Diamond of Tears' had been tortured and met a murderous end. Jacob Bernstein was the fifth in line and was to become a victim, which resulted in John Mannering (aka 'The Baron') beginning...


The Toff on Fire

by John Creasey

The Honourable Richard Rollison, (aka 'The Toff') once more faces death by the most horrible of causes: fire. He is on the trail of the kidnapper of a young child and up against the most chilling of opponents....


The Toff and the Stolen Tresses

by John Creasey

The Toff (the 'Honourable Richard Rawlinson') is faced with a complex mystery. Why on earth would someone steal the hair from three lovely heads? This is one of the most difficult cases 'The Toff' has confronted....


The Theft of Magna Carta

by John Creasey

An international gang set out to steal the Sarum Magna Carta. It is protected by the most sophisticated security measures, but that won't be allowed to get in their way. Pitted against the gang, Superintendent...


Murder, London - South Africa

by John Creasey

A VIP mysteriously disappears, and a diamond smuggling ring appears to be operating out of South Africa. Chief Superintendent Roger ('Handsome') West of Scotland Yard is sent out to investigate, but is lead...


Murder, London - Australia

by John Creasey

There is a suicide at London Airport, an attempted murder in Kowloon, and a girl had been strangled. Then there is an ocean liner with its passengers under sentence of death. Roger ('Handsome') West of the Yard...


The Missing Old Masters

by John Creasey

When John Mannering (aka 'The Baron') set out to value an old lady's paintings, blackmail, arson and murder followed. A young girl almost paid with her life for keeping silent, houses were destroyed to prevent...


A Mask for the Toff

by John Creasey

The Honourable Richard Rollison (aka 'The Toff') has to solve the mystery of a young girl found wandering in London's East End. Is she pretending, or really frightened? Part of the answer is supplied by a woman...


Look Three Ways at Murder

by John Creasey

Once a murder is committed, the perpetrators have nothing to lose - they can murder again, although the chances of being caught rise, especially if Roger West, one of Scotland Yard's finest detectives, is on...


Last Laugh for the Baron

by John Creasey

A quiet day is disturbed at Quinns, the shop in London's Mayfair owned by John Mannering - known also as 'The Baron' and a former master cracksman. The phone rings. 'They're trying to kill me' pleads the man...


Inspector West Regrets

by John Creasey

Things are not going well for Roger West, one of Scotland Yard's finest detectives. He has received a bloody nose; been robbed of important papers; shot at; attacked with a knife; and been accused of dereliction...


Inspector West Alone

by John Creasey

West has been lured into a horrific scenario. He found his face covered with scratches, his blood-stained clothes not his own, and an axe with his fingerprints all over it beside a dead young girl. The police...


Hang the Little Man

by John Creasey

Masked raiders are attacking small shops all over London. Owners fear for their lives and the situation is getting out of hand as one store after another is robbed. Each raid appears to be faultlessly timed?...


The Figure in the Dusk

by John Creasey

A pattern is developing - murder committed by a man who stops cars being driven by prosperous businessmen - and Roger ('Handsome') West of Scotland Yard must solve the case. West has problems in getting to the...


The Baron Returns

by John Creasey

John Mannering (aka 'The Baron') pulled his scarf up so as to hide his face. The finest jewel thief in London was utilising all of his skills to nail a crooked Solicitor. Mannering's friend could be ruined by...