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The Vagabond Clown

by Edward Marston

 ‘I hoped that we might be safe but we have not seen the last of them, after all. They want more blood.’

During a performance of their new play, A Trick to Catch a Chaste Lady, Westfield’s Men are sabotaged,...


The Island of Fu Manchu

by Sax Rohmer

The year is 1941, and the world is engulfed in war. Having consolidated his forces, Fu-Manchu seeks to tip the balance of power by launching assaults from a hidden stronghold in the Caribbean. His target: the...


The Bellingham Bloodbath

by Gregory Harris

Colin Pendragon's reputation as a brilliant detective is undisputed in Victorian London. But when murder strikes inside the closed ranks of Her Majesty's Guard, he must penetrate a wall of silence and secrecy...


The Secret Files of Sherlock Holmes

by June Thomson

In 1939, in rooms at All Saints College, Oxford - a certain Miss Adelina McWhirter paid a visit to another Dr. John Watson, leaving behind, after an exchange of money, a beat-up metal box full of old papers....


Monsieur Lecoq

by Emile Gaboriau

A grisly triple murder occurs in a down-and-out quarter of Paris, and the petty criminal apprehended at the scene of the crime is considered clearly guilty—except by young Monsieur Lecoq. The brilliant but...


Supping with the Devil: A Monika Paniatowski British police procedural

by Sally Spencer

DCI Monika Paniatowski recognises her latest assignment as advisor to the Earl of Ridley's rock festival for what it really is - an attempt by the chief constable to destroy her career. Matters are not as simple...


Louise's Blunder: A 1940s Spy Thriller Set in Wartime Washington

by Sarah R Shaber

Government Girl Louise Pearlie is asked to review the file usage of a missing analyst from the Office of Strategic Services - the US's wartime intelligence agency - only to learn he'd drowned days before. OSS...


The Minotaur's Head: An Inspector Mock Investigation

by Marek Krajewski & Danusia Stok

The fourth volume in the Inspector Eberhard Mock Quintet, the series called "As Noir as it gets" by the The Independent.

When Abwehr Captain Eberhard Mock is called from his New Year's Eve revelries to attend...


The Falcon at the Portal

Amelia Peabody #11

by Elizabeth Peters

The Land of the Pharaohs harbors more secrets than any tomb can hide.

In Egypt for the 1911 archaeological season, Amelia Peabody and her family are not anticipating trouble, but it finds them nonetheless. Their...


Saint Brigid's Bones: A Celtic Adventure

by Philip Freeman

In an evocative Celtic novel set in a time when druids roamed the land, lively young sister Deirdre embarks on a mission to find the stolen bones of her convent’s patron saint In ancient Ireland, an island...


Cezanne's Quarry: A Mystery

by Barbara Corrado Pope

A beautiful young woman is found murdered . . . and the clues to her death point to her spurned lover, Paul Cézanne. In this richly atmospheric novel, a mysterious young woman named Solange Vernet arrives in...


The Pianist in the Dark: A Novel

by Michele Halberstadt

A stirring novel of love and music inspired by the life of pianist Maria-Theresa von Paradis, a blind virtuoso and contemporary of Mozart. Maria-Theresa von Paradis, the only daughter of the secretary of the...


The Secret Price of History

by Gayle Ridinger & Paolo Pochettino

1850s Rome. Goffredo, Sandor, and Eleonora, selfless idealists fighting for Italian unification, find a medallion after a violent face-off with French soldiers on the last day of battle for the new Italian Republic....


The Reckoning

John Madden #4

by Rennie Airth

Inspector John Madden-who debuted in River of Darkness-returns in a gripping post-World War II murder mystery

On a quiet afternoon in 1947, retired bank manager Oswald Gibson is shot in the head while fishing....


The Yankee Club

by Michael Murphy

In Michael Murphy’s action-packed Prohibition-era novel of suspense, a mystery writer returns to the bright lights and dark alleys of New York City—uncovering a criminal conspiracy of terrifying proportions....


Hearts of Darkness

by Paul Lawrence

1666. London is recovering from the Great Plague which has now slithered out of the City to breed elsewhere. The village of Shyam responds to the pestilence by closing its borders, allowing no one to leave until...


The Nine Giants

by Edward Marston

Who could enact such a deadly design, lurking behind the scenes?

As book holder and stage manager of theatrical company Lord Westfield's Men, Nicholas Bracewell is accustomed to solving problems. So when he discovers...


The Silent Woman

by Edward Marston

When fire destroys their London theatre, Lord Westfield's players must seek out humbler venues in the countryside. But stage manager Nicholas Bracewell is distracted by a shocking tragedy – a mysterious messenger...


The Mad Courtesan

by Edward Marston

Butchery outside a London brothel leaves Westfield’s Men in disarray

While England is brought low by rumours of Queen Elizabeth's declining health, celebrated theatre company Lord Westfield's Men suffer their...


November's Shadow

by Bruce Rehburg

It is the fall of 1963, and the discovery of a young girl's mutilated body in a ditch on the outskirts of Geistburg, Germany, forces disgraced homicide detective Steve Bodowski, now a member of the U.S. Army's...