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A Scandal in Bohemia - Lego - The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

by P. James Macaluso & Arthur Conan Doyle

Sherlock Holmes, the world's "only unofficial consulting detective", was first introduced to readers in A Study in Scarlet published by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887.It was with the publication of The Adventures...


The Widow of Dartmoor

by Warwick Downing

The Widow of Dartmoor is a sequel to The Hound of the Baskervilles. Beryl Stapleton felt joy, on learning that Jack, her husband, was sucked into the Grimpen Mire. Free of his evil, she opened a fashionable...


The Final Tales of Sherlock Holmes - Volume 1: Sherlock Holmes and the Musical Murders

by John A. Little

Holmes and Watson are plunged into the secret underworld of 1925 London, where a serial killer of musical (gay) men is afoot. The killer has a little list, and Sherlock is on it. Why? And what have the Bloomsbury...


A Case of Identity - Lego - The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

by P. James Macaluso & Arthur Conan Doyle

Sherlock Holmes, the world's "only unofficial consulting detective", was first introduced to readers in A Study in Scarlet published by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887. It was with the publication of The Adventures...


The Conan Doyle Notes: The Secret of Jack the Ripper

by Diane Gilbert Madsen

"The Conan Doyle Notes: The Secret of Jack the Ripper," uncovers clues as to Why the Dog Did Not Bark in the Night. Sherlock Holmes concluded that it was because the intruder was known to the dog. Madsen's new...


This Private Plot: An Oliver Swithin Mystery

by Alan Beechey

If a blackmail letter drives a man to suicide, is the sender guilty of murder? "Yes," says Oliver Swithin, author of bestselling Finsbury the Ferret children's stories and amateur sleuth, who is on holiday in...


Mrs. Jeffries Reveals Her Art

by Emily Brightwell

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Act of Violence

by Margaret Yorke

Peaceful Mickleburgh is the perfect English market town - or so it seems. In fact it is a perfectly constructed façade having successfully hidden the secrets of its inhabitants for generations. But the casual...


Murder in a Different Place

by Lesley Cookman

The thirteenth book in the Libby Sarjeant series of British murder mysteries which features a retired actress as the female sleuth and are based in the picturesque village of Steeple Martin.


The Beekeeper's Apprentice

by Laurie R. King

What would happen if Sherlock Holmes, a perfect man of the Victorian age--pompous, smug, and misogynistic--were to come face to face with a twentieth-century female? If she grew to be a partner worthy of his...


The Boathouse Riddle

by J. J. Connington

When Chief Constable Sir Clinton Driffield goes to stay with his friend Wendover, mysterious goings-on in the boathouse he owns soon attract the duo's attention. Lights go on and off, strangers come in and out,...


The Three Taps

by Ronald Knox

In a gas-lit inn in the countryside a man lies dead. The police, of course, investigate - and so do Miles Bredon and his wife, in the interests of the Indescribable Insurance Company, with which the deceased...


The Chalon Heads: A Brock and Kolla Mystery

by Barry Maitland

When the Daily Mirror called The Chalon Heads “one of the best-crafted, best-plotted, and most convincing British thrillers for decades,” you knew it had to be good. David Brock and Kathy Kolla are summoned...


The Marx Sisters: A Brock and Kolla Mystery

by Barry Maitland

This first book in the Brock and Kolla Mystery series was shortlisted for the Crime Writers Association’s John Creasey Award for best first mystery and met with wide acclaim. It introduced the team of Detective...


The Mary Russell Series 8-Book Bundle: O Jerusalem, Justice Hall, the Game, Locked Rooms, the Language of Bees, the God of the Hive, Pirate King, Garm

by Laurie R. King

In daring to re-imagine the life of Arthur Conan Doyle’s iconic Sherlock Holmes, Laurie R. King’s New York Times bestselling mystery series—now celebrating its twentieth anniversary!—succeeds on the...


Death by Aloe-Seed: A Country Parson's Singular Tale

by Julius Falconer

Struggling to maintain his usual round of pastoral care, agricultural concerns, family life and church services, the vicar of Sherburn in Elmete (1686-1771), parson and part-time farmer, again finds himself...


The Bite of a Mad Dog: A Country Parson's Curious Tale

by Julius Falconer

It is the summer of 1728, and we are in the village of Sherburn, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, with its handsome church, boys' grammar-school, ancient tavern and tranquil rural population. Below the church...


Over and Doubt

by Julius Falconer

Fancy a bit of political theory mixed up with your murder? a group of Danish students with daring plans for a new world order? a scam involving some missing music scores? wolf-ravens in Scandinavian folklore?...


A Fearful Madness

by Julius Falconer

If you think that religion, sex, the aristocracy and mystery might make a good crime novel, TRY THIS ONE! A police investigation into the violent death of a part-time cathedral verger stalls for lack of incriminating...


The Waif

by Julius Falconer

Fancy a twenty-first-century murder linked to an eighteenth-century parish register? - with a stroll through the byways of ancient Middle Eastern languages, a piece of eighteenth-century silver, a spot of genealogy...