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Red-Headed League - 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 Investigations of Sherlock Holmes

by John Heywood

It is over a century since Sherlock Holmes made his first appearance, and readers throughout the world still clamour for more of his exciting adventures. We are happy to announce that seven stories from the...


The Revenge of Sherlock Holmes

by Phil Growick

In "The Revenge of Sherlock Holmes", all the questions left at the surprise ending in "The Secret Journal of Dr. Watson", will finally be answered.What happened to the Romanov Imperial Family? To Reilly, "Ace...


Sherlock in the Spring Time

by Molly Carr

The 'thoughts' in this book are the fruit of nearly ten years spent studying the canon and the life of Sir Arthur (Ignatius) Conan Doyle, writing two pastiches (The Sign of Fear and A Study in Crimson), a Biography...


Wicked Women and Other Stories

by Sally Walker Brinkmann

If you're poor in the hills of Appalachia and don't have the skills to succeed in the 21st Century, what path is left? You try what you can and you do whatever it takes to survive. Survival, not always easy...


Tales for a Winter's Night

by Arthur Conan Doyle

This work brings together eight Arthur Conan Doyle mystery classics. When first gathered into one volume in 1908, the book was entitled Round the Fire Stories, since the author recommended that they be read...


Murder by Mudpack: - A Honey Driver Murder Mystery

Paul Temple and the Harkdale Robbery

by Francis Durbridge

The bank robbers were caught straight away, but in their bag there was a 'Concise Oxford Dictionary' instead of money. Moreover, in Paul Temple's garage was the body of one of the robbers. So commences one of...


East of Algiers

by Francis Durbridge

Paul Temple is asked to do a simple favour for Steve; deliver a package to Tunis. However, the events that follow are truly out of proportion. A series of killings, including one with the victim found in a rubbish...


The Curzon Case

by Francis Durbridge

An aeroplane crashes on the cliffs of Dulworth Bay, whilst two boys disappear from a public school. Are these events connected? There follows a gripping story of kidnapping, intrigue and death. And just who...


Send for Paul Temple Again!

by Francis Durbridge

A woman is found dead on a train, and the name "Rex" is written - this is the third in a mysterious string of murders and Scotland Yard are baffled. They send for Paul Temple. Meeting the Yard?s Sir Graham Forbes...


Paul Temple and the Front Page Men

by Francis Durbridge

A detective novel 'The Front Page Men' is published and a series of robberies are committed, with a card bearing the title of the book left at the scene. Then, the kidnapping and murders begin. Who is the mastermind...


Send for Paul Temple

by Francis Durbridge

After a series of robberies, Scotland Yard are mystified. In the latest a night watchman is attacked, and in his last breath manages to gasp out 'The Green Finger'. This phrase was also used by a man wanted...


Paul Temple and the Madison Case

by Francis Durbridge

Sam Portland is on a luxury trans-Atlantic liner, as are Paul Temple and Steve. An innocent introduction involves the Temples in a case in which murder, blackmail and terror feature. The story moves to an English...


Paul Temple Intervenes

by Francis Durbridge

Myron Harwood, an American, is found dead in a country lane. Further celebrity murders follow. A common factor is that a note is left with each victim bearing the inscription: 'The Marquis'. A private investigator...


Paul Temple and the Margo Mystery

by Francis Durbridge

Expensive Margo 'designer' coats; an industrialist; a pop star who is obviously frightened; and a psychiatrist with a very strange secretary all have something in common - they are somehow connected to a mysterious...


News of Paul Temple

by Francis Durbridge

Paul Temple agrees to write a play for an actress, but she pulls out and announces she is off to France, but then turns up at the Temple's Scottish holiday hotel. The mystery deepens as Temple is asked by a...


Paul Temple and the Kelby Affair

by Francis Durbridge

A senior statesman's mistress decides to publish a diary she has been keeping. Someone wants the diary and is prepared to kill Kelby in order to get it. What starts out as a seemingly innocuous decision becomes...


All Hallows: Brief Case

by Andrea Frazer

Hoping for a quiet night, Detective Inspector Harry Falconer is instead summoned to Carsfold on the evening of 31st October – All Hallows’ Eve - when a man is found murdered in his garden, a hollowed-out...


Strangeways to Oldham

by Andrea Frazer

From the author of The Falconer Files - a new series featuring an outrageously ill-assorted pair of amateur sleuths. A delightful outpouring of English upper class eccentricities with the odd murder thrown in....