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The Mannequin House

by R.N. Morris

London, 1914. Called out to investigate the murder of a fashion model employed by the House of Blackley, a prestigious Kensington department store, Detective Inspector Silas Quinn of Scotland Yard's Special...


The Piper

by Lynn Hightower

In this bone-chilling tale of terror from Shamus Award-winning thriller writer Lynn Hightower, a devoted mother must confront the paranormal forces that have cursed her family|When Olivia James receives a phone...


For King or Commonwealth

by Richard Woodman

An exhilarating high seas adventure set during the English Civil War|1649. England has been torn asunder by a civil war that has pitted Parliamentarians against Royalists. Captain Kit Faulkner, bound to the...


Chain of Evidence

by Cora Harrison

When clan leader Garrett MacNamara's dead body is found on the road after a herd of cows has escaped, what was initially assumed to be a tragic case of him being squashed to a pulp by livestock becomes more...


Memories Are Made of This

by June Francis

From one of the genre's best-loved names, an enthralling historical saga set in 1950s' Liverpool

Liverpool, 1954. Young Jeanette Walker often wonders what became of her mother who disappeared without trace during...


Railway to the Grave

by Edward Marston

Now here’s a murd’rous tale of woe, See a hero misbehave. For it shows a valiant soldier go, By railway to the grave.

Yorkshire 1855. Colonel Aubrey Tarleton is a man respected by his neighbours in the small...


Love Poetry Out Loud

by Robert Alden Rubin

Following the success of Poetry Out Loud (now in its eighth printing), an affectionate celebration of the declaimed poem, Love Poetry Out Loud now turns to the choppier waters of affection itself. From Hello,...


The Fountain

by Mary Nichols

Norfolk, 1920. Barbara Bosgrove has lived in the market town of Melsham all her life, and is looking forward to the annual Harvest Supper dinner and ball – the first since the dark days of the First World War....


Slaughter in the Cotswolds

by Rebecca Tope

Once again, there’s death on her doorstep…

Thea throws herself into house-sitting for Babs and Cedric Angell in Lower Slaughter following her beloved father’s death – anything to keep her busy and away...


The Railway Viaduct

by Edward Marston

The Railway Detective faces his most dangerous adversary yet

1852. Inspector Robert Colbeck and his assistant Sergeant Victor Leeming are faced with their most complex and difficult case to date. As a train speeds...


The Railway Detective

by Edward Marston

London 1851. With the opening of the Great Exhibition at hand, interest is mounting in the engineering triumphs of the railways, but not everyone feels like celebrating…

In an audacious attack, the London to...


The Prophecy

by John Kilgallon

A STOLEN MANUSCRIPT

New York

Author Sam Tynnan is violently assaulted and his new thriller wiped from his computer. Then world events begin to mirror those in his unpublished book…

AN ANCIENT PREDICTION

Provence...


Murder on the Brighton Express

by Edward Marston

When the engines finally met, there was a deafening clash and the Brighton Express twisted and buckled, tipping its carriages onto the other line. It was a scene of utter devastation.

October, 1854. As crowds...


The Silver Locomotive Mystery

by Edward Marston

An exquisitely designed silver coffee-pot in the shape of a locomotive is on its way to Cardiff in the care of the young, talented silversmith, Hugh Kellow. It has been commissioned by wealthy ironmaster Clifford...


The Iron Horse

by Edward Marston

Derby Day at Epsom Downs. A multitude of people crowd to watch the races: dukes and dustmen, bishops and beggars, privileged ladies and prostitutes. The gamut of Victorian society and a hotbed for crime and...


The Excursion Train

by Edward Marston

A perplexing new case for the Railway Detective

On the shocking discovery of a passenger’s body on the Great Western Railway excursion train, Detective Inspector Robert Colbeck and his assistant, Sergeant Victor...


Fear in the Cotswolds

by Rebecca Tope

Mystery and intrigue in the beautiful Cotswold countryside.

Following a string of disastrous house-sitting assignments, and with troubles in her recent personal life, Thea Osborne is understandably apprehensive...


Letters to Penthouse XXXXV: Please Me, Spank Me

by Penthouse International

Women love kinky sex-and they love to talk about it. They've long enjoyed the erotic confessions of ladies who crave the sweet surrender of submission, the heady thrill of domination, and the sublime pleasure...


The Chieftain

by Margaret Mallory

Connor, chieftain of the MacDonalds of Sleat, holds the fate of his people in his hands. Rival clans are plotting to take over his lands, and duty determines whom he will fight, trust . . . even marry. Seeking...


Winterblaze

Darkest London #3

by Kristen Callihan

Once blissfully in love . . .

Poppy Lane is keeping secrets. Her powerful gift has earned her membership in the Society for the Suppression of Supernaturals, but she must keep both her ability and her alliance...