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The Toff and the Deep Blue Sea

by John Creasey

The Honourable Richard Rawlinson (aka 'The Toff') is in Nice for seemingly the most innocent of reasons - engaging girls for M. Rambeau's new Cabaret. An attempt on his life, however, reveals the real reason...


No Past Is Dead

by J. J. Connington

It was not altogether surprising that Ambrose Brenthurst was found brutally murdered outside Fountain Court the night he had presided over the diner meeting of the 'Hernshaw Thirteen Club'.

Many were the potential...


In Whose Dim Shadow

by J. J. Connington

In this, the tenth Clinton Driffield mystery, the action moves away from a country setting to the English suburbs, inhabited by a cast of unusual diversity: an ambitious young policeman, a naive journalist,...


The Ha-Ha Case

by J. J. Connington

It was at the hidden stone wall in the spinney that Johnnie Brandon, rabbit shooting with a party of guests, was instantly killed by a shotgun charge. That day he had attained his majority, but the night before...


The Castleford Conundrum

by J. J. Connington

Philip Castleford was more than worried. Were all those years he had spent attending to Winifred's whims, enduring her habits, to count for nothing? He hadn't minded it too much for he thought that his daughter...


The Sweepstake Murders

by J. J. Connington

Nine men formed a sweepstake syndicate. One man died. To forestall legal argument they agreed that only living members should share any winnings. They won ?241,920. And then the deadly arithmetic began.

Nine...


A Minor Operation

by J. J. Connington

There was blood on the drawing-room floor and Hazel Deerhurst had disappeared wearing slippers over walking shoes, two pairs of stockings and a bright silk kimono.

First investigations shed interesting light...


Sunshine on Scotland Street

44 Scotland Street #8

by Alexander Mccall Smith

44 SCOTLAND STREET - Book 8

The residents and neighbors of 44 Scotland Street and the city of Edinburgh come to vivid life in these gently satirical, wonderfully perceptive serial novels, featuring six-year-old...


Number Seventeen: A Tale of Intrigue and Murder in London

by Louis Tracy

When a writer emerges from a London theater, he notices an attractive young woman and an older man waiting for their car. He arrives home after a short delay and notices the older man, whom he’d overheard...


Silvermeadow

by Barry Maitland

Two Cases. One location. The first case, a girl gone missing, seems a decidedly local affair. The second, the return of a violent criminal who had fled the country, instantly attracts the interest of Scotland...


Murder at Midnight

by C.S. Challinor

When barrister Rex Graves and his fiancée Helen d’Arcy host a New Year’s Eve party at Gleneagle Lodge, friends and colleagues alike enjoy the evening with drinks flowing freely. Despite the oncoming storm,...


The Old Man In The Corner

by Baroness Orczy

These twelve mysteries concern a mysterious armchair detective who solves crimes from reports and using logic. The stories describe murders, blackmail, theft and deception, but all have as their setting the...


An Embarrassment of Corpses: An Oliver Swithin Mystery

Murdering Ministers: An Oliver Swithin Mystery

The Mystery Surrounding Watson's Lost Dispatch Box: A Juan and Viejo Mystery

by Gary Lovisi

When young Joseph Adler enters a small Dorchester bookstore to sell a rare old copy of The Strand Magazine - within its pages is discovered what appears to be a sheet torn from the diary of Sherlock Holmes'...


A Bedside Book of Early Sherlockian Parodies and Pastiches

by Charles Press

More parodies have been written targeting Sherlock Holmes than anyone else dead or alive, fictional or real. James M. Barrie, the author of Peter Pan, started it all back in the early 1890's and Sherlockian...


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...