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by Hilary Bailey

Two stories about romance on the rocks, served with a twist of intrigue.

Fifty-First State

by Hilary Bailey

Bailey's post-apocalyptic London in 2013 eerily foreshadows and accurately depicts the climate of fear and paranoia surrounding global economic downturn and its effects on society.

Hannie Richards

by Hilary Bailey

Hannie leads a double life, one as a wife and mother in a Devon manor house, and the other as an International smuggler.

In this sharp and witty pastiche of the worlds of John Buchan and Rider Haggard, our heroine...

The War Against Chaos

by Anita Mason

A dystopian tale, similar to Orwell's 1984 where our hero, Hare, leads an anarchic commune into 'the Zone' with no idea if they will be able to survive.

Why Aren't They Screaming?

by Joan Smith

April, 1986: American airplanes stationed in Britain attack Libya. Civilian casualties are heavy; world opinion is outraged.

University lecturer Loretta Lawson is staying in the country for a few days' rest....

What Men Say

by Joan Smith

When a woman's decomposed body is found in the aging barn of Oxford don Bridget Bennett's estate, Loretta knows her friend Bridget's shock is genuine. Unfortunately, the local constabulary are not so sure. And...

What Will Survive

by Joan Smith

July 1997: Lebanon makes the British headlines when an Englishwoman dies in a landmine explosion near the town of Nabatiyeh.

The dead woman is Aisha, a former model with an Egyptian mother, visiting the Middle...

Full Stop

by Joan Smith

Loretta Lawson is already a little apprehensive about spending a hot, muggy weekend alone in New York City at her friend Toni's apartment. And it seems her fears are confirmed when she receives a series of mysterious...

Don't Leave Me This Way

by Joan Smith

Loretta Lawson is not overjoyed when an old acquaintance, Sandra, turns up knocking on Loretta's doorstep on Christmas Eve. After a week of wrecking havock on Loretta's content, quiet life, Sandra suddenly disappears....

A Masculine Ending

by Joan Smith

Loretta Lawson, a feminist professor visiting Paris to deliver a paper on the oppressive nature of masculine grammatical forms, stumbles across the murder of an Oxford don.

But when the body disappears, she returns...

Murder Is a Long Time Coming

by Anthony Masters

The Ch�teau Letoric is the ancestral home of the highly respected Larche family obsessed with the past, with bitterness, rancour and revenge.

Solange is one of France's most poignant Resistance heroines but,...


by Anthony Masters

The extraordinary, demonic monument to Franco broods over the Valley of the Fallen, north of Madrid. Here, in the hallowed seclusion of the confessional box, Eduardo Tomas, Spain's Home Affairs Minister, is...

Grave Consequences

by Dana Cameron

Archaeologist Emma Fielding encounters murder and mystery on the site of an old English Abbey in this second "rip-snorting good mystery" (Aaron Elkins) written by a real-life archaeologist.

Archaeologist Emma...

Window on the World

by Hugh Cornwell

Botanical writer James Thornberry's life is irrevocably changed when he meets up-and-coming artist, Katherine Gaunt. Falling madly in love with her, he begins to collect her paintings secretly and obsessively,...

The Dark Moment

by Ann Bridge

Feride and Nil�fer lead a elegant and comfortable life in Turkish aristocratic society until their lives are turned upside down by Atat�rk�s fight for independence after WWI. Finding strength and courage...

The King of the Rainy Country

by Nicolas Freeling

This was the end of the story that had started 'Once upon a time, in a rainy country, there was a king...' The end had not happened in a rainy country, but on a bone-dry Spanish hillside, three hundred metres...

Fen Country

by Edmund Crispin

Dandelions and hearing aids, a bloodstained cat, a Leonardo drawing, a corpse with an alibi, a truly poisonous letter...just some of the unusual clues that Oxford don/detective Gervase Fen and his friend Inspector...


by Nicolas Freeling

'Two women had committed suicide, and a third had had to be led gently away by men in white coats. There had been an outbreak of anonymous letters. . .That was not so very much. But there was something more,...

A Long Silence

by Nicolas Freeling

First published in 1972, the tale is of an unimportant case. No crime had been committed. For Van der Valk the shady dealings of a prosperous Amsterdam jeweler were more of a private puzzle.

Two bullets put...

The Glimpses of the Moon

by Edmund Crispin

When the first victim's head is sent floating down the river, the village's ruralcalm is shattered. Soon the corpses are multiplying and the entire community is involved in the murder hunt. While the rector,...