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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...


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...


Walking with Ghosts: - A Honey Driver Murder Mystery

Reprobates

by Rc Bridgestock

RC Bridgestock are story advisers to the BBC's hit crime drama 'Happy Valley' and ITV's award winning Scott & Bailey. They are also authors of the successful series of crime books featuring D.I. Dylan. Reprobates...


Cool Water

by Pete Haynes

Described as "an American Psycho for Northern Ireland" this controversial new novel is set in Belfast after the signing of the Good Friday Agreement in 2000. Cool Water is the story of the inter-twined relationship...


The Last Room

by Danuta Reah

When Ania Milosz falls to her death in a Polish city, her father, Will Gillen, accepts the verdict of suicide. Ania, an expert witness, was about to be exposed as a perjurer and a liar. Will knows his daughter...


Maxwell's Retirement

by M.J. Trow

Peter ‘Mad Max’ Maxwell, the ‘dinosaur’ Head of Sixth Form at Leighford High, just cannot get to grips with technology, and doesn’t see the need to know how to send a text or an email when a simple note...


The Counsellor

by J. J. Connington

Every Sunday on Radio Ardennes, the Counsellor had his hour. His voice clear, expressive and sympathetic as it answered a selection of the queries that crowded his post-bag.

'Just ask a question' was his motto....


The Dangerfield Talisman

by J. J. Connington

In the first place there was the Dangerfield Talisman, an ancient golden armlet set with diamonds and valued at $50,000 - an unguarded treasure, which, although stolen more than once, always came back. Second...


Death at Swaythling Court

by J. J. Connington

Hubbard made his money in blackmail, most detestable blackmail at that. A wealthy, lisping butterfly collector, there were no special regrets when he was found dead at his desk in his own home. Yet Colonel Sanderstead...


Vertigo 42: A Richard Jury Mystery

by Martha Grimes

In her latest Richard Jury mystery, Martha Grimes delivers the newest addition to the bestselling series The Washington Post calls “literate, lyrical, funny, funky, discursive, bizarre.” The inimitable Scotland...


Deadly Lampshades: A Honey Driver Murder Mystery

by Jean G. Goodhind

A Honey Driver Mystery by Jean G Goodhind.


White Christmas with a Wobbly Knee

by Andrea Frazer

Lady Amanda and Hugo are off on one of their madcap investigations again, determined to beat the morose Inspector Moody to the unmasking of the culprit in the case of the body in the library.


Mrs. Jeffries Forges Ahead

Mrs. Jeffries Victorian Mysteries #28

by Emily Brightwell

Arlette Montrose Banfield angered many marriageable women when she snagged the handsome Lewis Banfield-but were they angry enough to poison her? Mrs. Jeffries doesn't mind getting her hands dirty to uncover...


One, Two, Buckle my Shoe

Hercule Poirot #22

by Agatha Christie

The dentist was found with a blackened hole below his right temple. A pistol lay on the floor near his outflung right hand. Later, one of his patients was found dead from a lethal dose of local anaesthetic....


The Poisoned Penman

by Dan Andriacco

London, 1922: Two years after helping Sherlock Holmes solve the Hangman Murders, American journalist Enoch Hale becomes even more intimately involved in another puzzling mystery. Langdale Pike, veteran purveyor...


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...