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The Diamond Chain: A Company to Save. A Diamond Smuggling Operation to Crack. Murders to Solve...

by Patrick Slaney

It is 2006 and Major Vincent Hamilton is looking for a new career having been invalided out of the army as a result of a serious injury suffered while serving with the British Army in Iraq. At forty three he...


Sherlock Holmes and Young Winston - The Jubilee Plot

by Mike Hogan

June 1887. As the climax of her Golden Jubilee celebrations, Queen Victoria will join more than fifty foreign monarchs and heads of state, her peers of the realm and her ministers in a service of thanksgiving...


The Grab: A Classic Crime Novel: Heggy Investigates, Book One

by Gordon Landsborough

Grab a beautiful girl, yank her out of her Istanbul hotel bed, and brazenly carry her into the night, clad only in pajamas. In 1953 Turkey, you can get away with that, if you have the right connections--unless...


F.B.I. Showdown: A Classic Suspense Novel

by Gordon Landsborough

At first, the two events seem apparently unconnected--except for their violent nature. The first is the escape of four vicious convicts from Halifax Prison in North Carolina; simultaneously, in the southern...


Call in the Feds

by Gordon Landsborough

As an honest cop, Captain Lanny Just has problems. His Police Chief and several of his men are on the take from local gangster kingpin, "Boss" Myrtle. Myrtle's daughter Bonnie is in love with Lanny, but the...


Midnight Murders

Trevor Joseph #2

by Katherine John

Second book in the Detective Trevor Joseph series set in Compton Castle, a Victorian psychiatric hospital, that is long overdue for demolition.


Nothing Can Rescue Me: Henry Gamadge #6

by Elizabeth Daly

In mid-1943, and up to his elbows in war work, Henry Gamadge is longing for a quiet weekend. But when a half-forgotten classmate requests assistance, Gamadge is unable to refuse the tug of an old school tie....


Any Shape or Form: Henry Gamadge #9

by Elizabeth Daly

Just about any of the guests at Johnny Redfield's party seems to have a good reason to have killed the guest of honor, Johnny's Californian aunt who, with her astral name and vague pretensions of mysticism,...


Arrow Pointing Nowhere: Henry Gamadge #7

by Elizabeth Daly

Take one grand house, stuff it with staff, and make it home to several generations. If they send their sons to Oxford and occasionally knock each other off, you've got a country-house murder mystery, the delight...


The House Without the Door: Henry Gamadge #4

by Elizabeth Daly

Acquitted of murdering her husband, Mrs. Vina Gregson remains essentially a prisoner, trapped in her elegant New York apartment with occasional furtive forays to her Connecticut estate. A jury may have found...


Murders in: Henry Gamadge #3

by Elizabeth Daly

One hundred years earlier, a beautiful guest had disappeared from the wealthy Vauregard household, along with the second volume in a set of the collected works of Byron. Improbably enough, both guest and book...


The Book of the Dead: Henry Gamadge #8

by Elizabeth Daly

The hospital sees nothing to question about the death of the reclusive Mr. Crenshaw, and it?s not as though he had any friends to press the issue. He did, though, have one casual acquaintance, who happens to...


Evidence of Things Seen: Henry Gamadge #5

by Elizabeth Daly

In the sticky summer of 1943, a secluded cottage in the Berkshires sounds just the ticket to the newly married Clara Gamadge. The resident ghost, a slender woman in a sunbonnet who died just one year ago in...


Somewhere in the House: Henry Gamadge #10

by Elizabeth Daly

The Clayborn clan has been waiting 25 years to divvy up Grandmama's fortune, locked up by her will and in a small room in the Clayborn mansion. Tomorrow The Room is to be opened, and the Clayborns can't wait...


The Death of Me

by Jack Ewing

The time: the 1960s. The place: a mid-sized town in northern Florida. Police patrolling a middle-class neighborhood discover Waldo Fleenor bleeding profusely in the driveway of his own home. As the officers...


The Good Father

by Marion Husband

The Good Father explores the nature of fatherhood and the bonds between fathers and their children in a gripping story of love, betrayal and adultery.


Time for Murder: Macabre Crime Stories

by Sydney J. Bounds

When Chalmers decides to attend one of Dr. Lanson's nightly séances, it's not because he has any belief in the occult, but simply to find somewhere warm to rest his weary feet. It's a decision he soon regrets....


MacAvity's Pub

by Dan H. McLachlan

When war criminal, Rojas Franzani, finally comes out of Cambodia nearly forty years after he was listed MIA, he's determined to take care of unfinished business–a small notebook his commanding officer had...


Revenge in Red : A Ben Davis Mystery

by Lowell Thomas Mills

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Young Cincinnati area private eye Ben Davis made a promise to an old lady to find her son's killers. This seemed only right, but at this moment he had nothing. Nothing about this case was clear. He...


The Judas Blade

by John Pilkington

In the second mystery featuring actress Betsy Brand, she leaves London and begins a new and dangerous venture as a spy for her country

In autumn 1671, war looms with Holland, while discontent grows with England’s...