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Dead Heat

by Nick Oldham

Detective Inspector Henry Christie has been suspended from duty. He's spending quality time with his family, and is enjoying being reconciled with wife Kate, but at heart he's bored - and itching to get back...


Substantial Threat

by Nick Oldham

Crime fiction has just got much, much too real for comfort...|Ray Cragg is one of the country's biggest gangsters. His patch extends from Birmingham to the Scottish borders, dealing in drugs, prostitution and...


Death at the Beggar's Opera

John Rawlings #2

by Deryn Lake

John Rawlings, the apothecary with a talent for detective work, and John Fielding, the blind magistrate, make a welcome return in this evocative Georgian mystery. They are enjoying a performance of 'The Beggar's...


Death in the Dark Walk

John Rawlings #1

by Deryn Lake

Having just finished his apprenticeship, apothecary John Rawlings is celebrating in Vaux Hall Gardens when he trips over the body of a young girl. Hauled before the magistrate as the prime suspect, Rawlings...


Malice in Miniature

Dorothy Martin #4

by Jeanne M. Dams

When Dorothy Martin gets a call from her friend Ada Finch, whose gardener son has been arrested for the attempted theft of an antique dolls' tea set from the Miniatures Museum at the imposing Brocklesby Hall,...


Holy Terror in the Hebrides

Dorothy Martin #3

by Jeanne M. Dams

Spending a peaceful vacation on the charming Scottish island of Iona, Dorothy Martin's enjoyment is marred only by her fellow travelling companions, a bickering American church tour. When one of the group suffers...


Backlash

by Nick Oldham

Transferred from CID to uniform duties, Inspector Henry Christie is back at the sharp end of policing and he's not happy about it -- especially when a brutal murder, apparently the work of a serial killer, takes...


In The Shadow of Evil

by Frank Smith

A gruesome discovery sets DCI Neil Paget on a collison course with his superiors . . .|When Antonia Halliday is found dead in a barn, her head and neck slashed with an old-fashioned sickle, Paget and Tregalles...


A Walk with the Dead

by Sally Spencer

A killer who can't be classified - a killer who can't be profiled . . .|When a young girl, Jill Harris, is murdered, the case soon becomes personal for Monika Paniatowski. She saw the victim looking distressed...


The Overlooker

by Fay Sampson

Keen family-history researcher Suzie Fewings takes a trip to discover more about her husband's ancestors, but what she finds puts those she loves in danger . . .|Suzie Fewings, a keen family-history researcher,...


Make Them Pay

by Graham Ison

Brock and Poole investigate a double murder and find themselves caught up in a crime with international implications . . .|Detective Chief Inspector Brock is called out to a burnt-out camper van in Richmond,...


The Straw Men

by Paul Doherty

"Medieval mystery fans have cause for rejoicing with the return of Brother Athelstan" Booklist on Bloodstone|January, 1381. Guests of the Regent, John of Gaunt, Brother Athelstan and Sir John Cranston have been...


Dead on Cue

by Deryn Lake

A new arrival to Lakehurst village can only mean trouble for Reverend Nick Lawrence . . . The residents of the sleepy Sussex village of Lakehurst are abuzz with the news of the arrival of Gerry Harlington, a...


Death Trap

by Patricia Hall

Kate O?Donnell, fresh from her adventures in Dead Beat, discovers yet again there?s a darker side to London in the Swinging Sixties|Beatlemania has reached London, but young photographer Kate O'Donnell soon...


Street Girls

by Linda Regan

The mean streets of South London are a dangerous place for a young girl to walk at night . . .|The mean streets of South London are a dangerous place for a young girl to walk at night . . . A notorious council...


Keeping Bad Company

by Caro Peacock

Private investigator Liberty Lane faces the most challenging case of her career in this absorbing mystery|London, 1840. Private investigator Liberty faces a conundrum when her younger brother Tom, an East India...


Marbeck and the Double Dealer

by John Pilkington

From the author of the successful Thomas the Falconer mysteries comes a new historical series featuring Elizabethan intelligencer Martin Marbeck . . .|1600: a new century dawns. War with Spain has dragged on...


The Iranian Scorpion

by William Peace

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Robert Dawson, an agent of the Drug Enforcement Agency, is sent to Afghanistan to stop the flow of heroin made from the country's biggest crop, opium.

With the help of Kate Conway, a freelance journalist,...


The Rottweiler

by Ruth Rendell

The first victim had bite marks on her neck so the London papers nicknamed her killer, “the Rottweiler.” He has been stalking the small and diverse London community of Lisson Grove, where Inez Ferry runs...


Murder on Olympus

Plato Jones #1

by Robert B. Warren

Library Journal Science Fiction/Fantasy Debut of the Month (April 2013)

 

Reimagining the Greek Gods of Olympus and placing them on modern Earth, this urban fantasy novel focuses on Plato Jones, who, after a...