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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...


The Beekeeper's Apprentice

by Laurie R. King

An Agatha Award Best Novel Nominee

Named One of the Century's Best 100 Mysteries by the Independent

Mystery Booksellers Association

From New York Times bestselling author Laurie R. King comes the book that introduced...


Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #12

by Marvin Kaye

Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine returns with its January/February 2014 issue, presenting the best in modern and classic mystery fiction! Included this time are the usual columns by Lenny Picker and Mrs Hudson,...


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...


Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Tainted Canister

by Thomas A. Turley

A lost chapter in the Holmes canon finally appears, as Dr. Watson recounts the mystery behind the tragic death of his beloved Mary Morstan. Join him as he attempts to bring a murderer to justice. Along the way,...


The Holmes Sutra

by Jayantika Ganguly

Sherlock Holmes, the best-known detective (sorry, consulting detective) on earth, celebrates his one hundred and sixtieth birthday on 6 January 2014. As a tribute to his genius, and to mark the occasion, The...


Sherlock Holmes and the Escape Artist

by Fred Thursfield

Do Spirits Return? Sherlock Holmes, Mary Watson, and Harry Houdini say 'No' and prove it.


Sherlock Holmes and the Affair of the Contentious Contralto

by Fiona-Jane Brown

It is 1910, a widowed Dr Watson moves back to Baker Street to discover that age has done nothing to dim his old friend's thirst for mystery and deduction. One morning after Watson returns from a client to find...


The Detective, the Woman and the Silent Hive: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes

by Amy Thomas

The mysterious death of Irene Adler's bees leads to a consultation with Sherlock Holmes and the discovery of a sinister connection to a case many years in the past. When this threat imperils the safety of everyone...


The Old Man in the Corner

by Baroness Orczy

The Old Man narrates his mysteries to a female Journalist who frequents the same tea-shop. They enjoy an antagonistic relationship, as the Journalist attempts to cut the Old Man's ego down to size, and the Old...


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...


Threads of Deceit

by Neal James

James Poynter is a young man out for revenge. Set up for a crime which he did not commit, and by someone whom he felt he could trust implicitly, his sole focus becomes one of retribution against his former employers....