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A Willing Victim: Inspector Stratton #4

by Laura Wilson

Inspector Stratton investigates the murder of a young man connected with a Suffolk-based New Age cult in this atmospheric historical mystery set in 1956, against the backdrop of global political unrest.

Three Lives Down (A Dan Taylor thriller)

by Rachel Amphlett

Dan Taylor has survived two attempts on his life. The rest of his team are missing, and now a terrorist group has stolen a radioactive isotope from a top secret government project. Can Dan survive long enough...

Has Anyone Seen Alice?

by P. T. Chambers

A tense psychological thriller in the style of Stephen King, about corruption, betrayal, deception, revenge and murder where all crimes are punishable and you never quite know who the real victims and perpetrators...

Light Fantastic

by Graham Ison

When the milkman alerts police to two bodies at the fashionable Hampstead home of Andrew and Kim Light, it seems obvious who the deceased are . . . until Mr Light walks through the door.

Just who is the other...

My Unfair Lady

by Guy Cullingford

A short story by Guy Cullingford

'See my finger's wet

See my finger's dry

Slit my throat if I tell a lie . . .

'When a young girl approaches a man reading by a tree, warning him of a murder, he rushes to help....

Bother at the Barbican

by Guy Cullingford

When Bertha Harris's husband dies she draws comfort from routine and expects the rest of her life to drift by in the same quiet, uneventful way. But she hasn't reckoned on her nephews and niece, who are quick...

Bread and Butter Miss

by Guy Cullingford

A Victorian family is left high and dry when its lord and master sails off to China to bring back the first tea of the season. Absent for six months at a time, he never ceases to dominate the lives of his wife...

The Stylist

by Guy Cullingford

Laura Chance, wife of Borford's prospective Lord Mayor, becomes infatuated with her young hairdresser, Pierre, who resembles her dead son. Pierre is utterly selfish, unscrupulous and sees in the wealthy, middle-aged...

Brink of Disaster

by Guy Cullingford

Joyce Cave had her husband, Robert, exactly where she wanted him - in a private gaol with herself, her aunt and her uncle as warders. He had been charged with killing the local good-time girl, who had tried...

Third Party Risk

by Guy Cullingford

When Dorothy Squirl's speech for the opening of the Fallowfield Fête blew out of her hands, she found herself under the heady influence of an overdose of pep pills, calling on all women to unite to put the...

A Touch of Drama

by Guy Cullingford

Archie Wayne, successful playwright, could not say what impulse had made him return to the small town of his boyhood. On impulse, he called on his boyhood friend, and the matter would have ended there had he...

The Whipping Boys

by Guy Cullingford

As Miss Maggs made her way nervously home, a clock stuck one, the town's lights were switched off and footsteps sounded behind her. She broke into a desperate run. Later the doctor pronounced that she had literally...

Framed for Hanging

by Guy Cullingford

The quiet town of Cattminster is shocked by news of a startling murder - startling because all the evidence points to the murderer being Richard Groom, grandson of the late canon of Cattminster Cathedral and...

Conjurer's Coffin

by Guy Cullingford

In the cheerful, grubby backstreets of Soho, Jessie Milk finds herself a most unsuitable occupation as a receptionist in a hotel frequented by unsuccessful variety artists. Among the hotel's regulars is a dyspeptic...

Post Mortem

by Guy Cullingford

Who killed Gilbert Worth? The official verdict was suicide, but those that knew him best thought he was not the type to take his own life. Furthermore, before his death, a missing gun, a half-written letter...

If Wishes Were Hearses

by Guy Cullingford

George White, an inoffensive little chemist in East Anglia, finds himself the possessor of a somewhat unusual accomplishment - he only has to wish someone dead and his wish is granted.

The first inkling of his...

Murder With Relish

by Guy Cullingford

Mrs Bonnet was renowned for the delicacies she concocted in her semi-basement kitchen, but never did she imagine she would serve up murder to her beloved mistress! But when Mrs Bonnet, who has the lightest touch...

The Witch's Sabbath

by J.M. Gregson

Chief Inspector Percy Peach, Detective Sergeant Lucy Blake and the team, hindered as usual by the direction of Chief Superintendent Thomas Bulstrode Tucker, have one of their most puzzling and compelling mysteries...

The Promise: An Elvis Cole and Joe Pike Novel

by Robert Crais

Elvis Cole and Joe Pike are joined by Suspect heroes LAPD K-9 Officer Scott James and his German shepherd, Maggie, in the new heart-stopping thriller from #1 New York Times-bestselling author Robert Crais.


Hounded To Death

by Laurien Berenson

As the dog days of summer turn to the playful nip of autumn's chill, Melanie Travis is ready for a little relaxation. Her Aunt Peg has the perfect solution--a five-day symposium for dog show judges in Pennsylvania's...