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The Soft Detective

by H. R. F. Keating

It's not often a Nobel Prize winner gets murdered... on your patch... very likely by a member of your own family.

DCI Phil Benholme has the reputation for being a little soft because he tries to see both sides...


The Lighthearted Quest

by Ann Bridge

"When Julia undertakes to find her cousin, Colin Munro, last heard of sailing a yacht off the north coast of Africa, the quest seems lighthearted enough. But the search gets her involved with Moorish antique...


The Malady in Madeira

by Ann Bridge

The last thing recently widowed Julia Probyn expects to find on the lush and charming island of Madeira is a clue to her husband's mysterious death, for Colonel Jamieson perished somewhere in the wilds of Central...


Emergency in the Pyrenees

by Ann Bridge

In Julia Probyn's fifth adventure, first published in 1965, Julia moves to a remote French mountain village near the Spanish border, while her husband, a British Intelligence agent, is on a secret assignment....


The Portuguese Escape

by Ann Bridge

Miss Bridge takes us to Portugal; not only the well-known world of Estoril and the Embassies, but behind the scenes, into the life lived on country estates by the Portuguese themselves. Both aspects are seen...


Zen there was Murder

by H. R. F. Keating

In a country mansion converted to adult educational courses, Mr Utamaro is lecturing on Zen Buddhism to a small and not entirely appreciative audience. But Zen questions and their seemingly quirkish answers...


The Numbered Account

by Ann Bridge

Julia Probyn, like most people, knew very little about anonymous numbered accounts in Swiss Banks. Until her cousin, Colin Munro, asked her to look into the matter of one containing a fortune, for his fiancée...


The Dangerous Islands

by Ann Bridge

Julia Probyn-an old friend of many readers-is sailing off the west coast of Scotland. On the desolate island of Erinish Beg, she and her cousin are startled to see a sky-blue pole rise up out of the ground at...


Julia in Ireland

by Ann Bridge

While on her last assignment with British Intelligence in Morocco, the widowed Julia Probyn Jamieson meets and is strongly attracted to an Irish country lawyer, Gerald O'Brien, who is travelling with friends...


The Episode At Toledo

by Ann Bridge

"An intricate story of international counterespionage; an adventure tale which carries one breathless through its ramifications; a romance with a happy ending." - Kirkus

In the beautiful countryside of Portugal,...


An Oxford Tragedy

by J.C. Masterman

Francis Wheatley Winn, Senior Tutor at St Thomas’ s College, is ready for a cosy night of dining, port, and pleasant company. Ernst Brendel , Viennese lawyer and crime specialist, has come to Oxford to lecture...


Somebody at the Door

by Raymond Postgate

One bleak Friday evening in January, 1942, Councillor Henry Grayling boards an overcrowded train with £120 in cash – wages to be paid out the next day to the workers of Barrow and Furness Chemistry and Drugs...


The Case of the Four Friends

by J.C. Masterman

Late at night in the Senior Common Room of St Thomas’s College, Ernst Brendel is persuaded by his companions to relate a tale of murder, blackmail, and corruption. A wager is made, half a crown to the first...


The Case of the Gilded Fly

by Edmund Crispin

It is October 1940 and at Oxford the Full Term has just begun. Robert Warner, up and coming playwright known for his experimental approach, has chosen an Oxford repertory theater for the premiere of his latest...


The Moving Toyshop

by Edmund Crispin

When a poet, Richard Cadogan, receives an unexpected £50 advance from his publisher for his new poetry book, he decides to go to Oxford for a well deserved holiday. The change of scenery and peace of mind...


Mystery Mile

by Margery Allingham

The notoriously deadly Simister gang is after judge Crowdy Lobbett. Lobbett managed to escape death several times already but the fear for his life is never worse when some of his close friends begin to disappear...


The Crime at Black Dudley

by Margery Allingham

The Black Dudley is an ancient, remote mansion inhabited by recluse, Colonel Combe, but owned by Wyatt Petrie, a young academic who decides to revive his property with a weekend party to which he invites his...


Confess, Fletch

Fletch #2

Edgar Allan Poe Award Best Paperback Original 1977

by Gregory Mcdonald

Confess, Fletch

The flight from Rome had been pleasant enough, even if the business he was on wasn’t exactly. His Italian fianc?e’s father had been kidnapped and presumably murdered, and Fletch is on the...


Werewolf

by Matthew Pritchard

Written in Pritchard's characteristic fast-paced and compelling prose style, Werewolf is set in August 1945 in the British Zone of occupied Germany. Silas Payne is a Scotland Yard detective seconded to the Military...


Soft!

by Rupert Thomson

   Former bouncer Barker Dodds wants nothing more than to flee his violent past in his native Plymouth for an uncertain new existence as a barber in London's colorful East End. Waif-like Glade Spencer drifts...