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Dark Waters

by Susan Rogers Cooper

When Milt Kovak wins a seven-day cruise for four to Puerto Rico, he takes his family - wife Jean and son, Johnny Mac, plus Johnny Mac's best friend, Early Rollins. It's spring break and the ship is running over...


I'll Get By

by Janet Woods

Meggie Elliot is a young woman of above average intelligence, and on the brink of adulthood. Living with her aunt and uncle in London at the outbreak of World War 2 she's intent on going to university, then...


Night Fall

by Frank Smith

The discovery of the body of local photographer Billy Travis leads Detective Inspector Neil Paget into one of the most frustrating cases of his career. The dead man had fallen fifty feet from a bridge onto the...


Grey Dawn

by Clea Simon

When grad student Dulcie Schwartz thinks she hears a wolf late one night, on her way to pick up some forgotten papers from her departmental office, she tries to dismiss it - but it's too late for her peace of...


One Through the Heart

by Kirk Russell

The explosive new Ben Raveneau thriller|Bones in a backyard bomb shelter reactivate a San Francisco cold case and a painful connection for Raveneau after missing Ann Coryell's desperate call for help a decade...


Killing Cassidy

by Jeanne M. Dams

Dorothy Martin and her husband Alan are looking forward to some quiet time together in their new English home. Then a letter arrives: an old acquaintance in Indiana has died and left her an inheritance and a...


Hanging on the Wire

by Gillian Linscott

It's WWI, and suffragette-turned-sleuth Nell Bray is asked to investigate an attempted murder at Nantgarrew military hospital. The doctors, preoccupied by Freudian analysis, are blind to this and to the petty...


Sister Beneath the Sheet

by Gillian Linscott

Springtime in Biarritz means playtime for the fashionable Edwardian crowd, until a high-class prostitute commits suicide, leaving the suffragettes her fortune. Nell Bray travels to protect the money, but begins...


Illusions of Happiness

by Elizabeth Lord

Madeleine Ingleton returns home from her Swiss finishing school to a whirlwind of social engagements and parties . . . and to Hamilton Bramwell, the wealthy and agreeable young man whom her parents are determined...


The Silence

by Sarah Rayne

Antiques dealer Nell West is valuing the contents of her late husband Brad's childhood home, Stilter House. Set on the remote Derbyshire Peaks, there was once a much older property there, in which the notorious...


The Path of the Wicked

by Caro Peacock

July, 1840. Did young Jack Picton, a known rebel and political agitator, kill governess Mary Marsh? Liberty Lane has left London for Cheltenham to find out, sharing the magistrate's doubts. He is, however, hiding...


The Fairbairn Girls

by Una-Mary Parker

1891: The rich, aristocratic Fairbairn family have occupied Lochlee Castle in Argyllshire for the past five hundred years, and the current head of the family, the Earl of Rothbury, along with his wife, sons...


Undercurrent

by Pauline Rowson

When naval historian Dr Douglas Spalding is found dead in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard, the Major Crime Team is adamant it is suicide. When another body is found in similar circumstances Horton is convinced...


Good Man Friday

by Barbara Hambly

New Orleans, 1838. When Benjamin January suddenly finds that his services playing piano at extravagant balls held by the city's wealthy are no longer required, he ends up agreeing to accompany sugar planter...


Tenement Girl

by Anne Douglas

1935, Edinburgh: Beautiful Lindsay 'Lindy' Gillian is determined to look on the bright side in spite of the Depression: she has a job working for her stepmother at Murchie's Provisions, and her family reside...


Til Death Do Us Part

by Sara Fraser

Matrimony. An Officer of the Honourable East India Company is greatly desirous of finding a soul-mate to share his life and fortune". Lonely spinster Phoebe Creswell responds to an advertisement in the Worcester...


A Place of Hope

by Anna Jacobs

When Emily Mattison falls victim to a near-fatal accident shortly after receiving an unexpected inheritance from a distant cousin, her ruthless nephew George seizes the opportunity to take control of his aunt's...


A Rescue For A Queen

Ursula Blanchard #11

by Fiona Buckley

February, 1571. Ursula is once more plunged into affairs of the state when she escorts her foster daughter Margaret to the Netherlands to meet her suitor. The queen's spymaster, Sir William Cecil, learns that...


Flowers for Miss Pengelly

by Rosemary Aitken

Cornwall, 1911: Young lady's maid Effie Pengelly is confused and alarmed when charming Constable Alexander Dawes questions her about an unidentified, now deceased man who came to the town asking for her whereabouts....


Blunt Impact

by Lisa Black

Forensic scientist Theresa MacLean is puzzled by the questionable death of a female construction worker at a Cleveland building site. A witness to the death - a young girl nicknamed Ghost - may be able to help....