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Women Who Kill: Profiles of Female Serial Killers

by Carol Anne Davis

Why does a young woman lure teenagers into her car and participate in their horrific rape and torture? What makes a nurse lethally inject the healthy babies in her care? Women, statistically, are not a violent...


Peril on the Royal Train

by Edward Marston

Spring, 1858. The route of the Caledonian Railway through the southern uplands of the Scottish countryside is disrupted by a fatal crash. Inspector Robert Colbeck and Sergeant Victor Leeming are called from...


The Stationmaster's Farewell

by Edward Marston

Guy Fawkes Night, 1857. Joel Heygate is the popular stationmaster at Exeter St David’s railway station – an impressive figure of a man replete with frock coat and top hat, bushy eyebrows and walrus moustache....


Muddy Boots and Silk Stockings

by Julia Stoneham

England, 1943. The country is at war

With so many men away fighting, it is the women left behind who must keep the country going, and when Alice Todd is abandoned by her husband, she must find a means to provide...


The Gods of War

by Jack Ludlow

Three fearless men are drawn into the endless battles of ancient Rome's Fiery War, fighting for power, for victory, for survival - and above all, for honour.

Brennos, the barbarian leader of the Celtic tribes,...


Deadly Friends

by Stuart Pawson

When Dr Clive Jordan’s dazzling career is brought to an abrupt end by a bullet, his colleagues are devastated – especially the female ones. Meanwhile Charlie has another case on his hands that is proving...


The Secret Journals of Sherlock Holmes

by June Thomson

SECRETS, SUSPENSE, AND CONSPIRACY. LONDON THROUGH THE EYES OF THE GREAT SHERLOCK HOLMES

As Dr Watson’s secret manuscripts are revealed to the public, a multitude of previously unseen cases come to light. An...


A Book of Five Rings

by Miyamoto Musashi & Victor Harris

The definitive translation now encompassing never-before-seen images, including artwork by Musashi himself.

Japan's business executives have long applied Musashi's teachings to their business methods. This book...


The Girl at the Farmhouse Gate

by Julia Stoneham

Spring 1944 and Europe is in the grip of war.

For Alice Todd, it is the start of her second year as warden of the Land Army hostel in the Devonshire countryside and a time of change as she recovers from her broken...


Alice's Girls

by Julia Stoneham

1945 and the war is drawing to a close

For three years, the land girls at Post Stone Farm have worked together, defying Hitler in their own way. They have witnessed love and loss, found their independence, and...


Laughing Boy

by Stuart Pawson

Laura Heeley was just an average mother of two, but at the age of thirty-eight her life was swiftly taken from her, stabbed in the back on her way home from bingo. Colinette Jones was a popular, attractive and...


The Pillars of Rome

by Jack Ludlow

<p><b>With barbarians at the gate and enemies within, two men must fight for the soul of the Republic and the greatest empire in the world.</p</b><p>A cave hacked out by rock, lit...


The Picasso Scam

by Stuart Pawson

DI Charlie Priest is the kind of officer who likes to get on with the job, though his unorthodox ways have held him at inspector level for a record-breaking length of time; however Priest does get results.

When...


The Judas Sheep

by Stuart Pawson

D.I. Charlie Priest of the East Pennine force is officially on sick leave, but this brief break from work comes to an abrupt end when Mrs Norris’s chauffeur is found dead from unnatural causes – namely a...


Instrument of Slaughter

by Edward Marston

January 1916. Britain is on the brink of enforcing conscription. Eligible young men who have not yet signed up to fight are despised as ‘conchies’ and ‘shirkers’, subjected to hatred and verbal abuse....


By the Mast Divided

by David Donachie

London 1793: Young firebrand John Pearce is illegally press-ganged from the refuge of the Pelican tavern to a brutal life aboard HMS Brilliant, a frigate on its way to war. In his first few days Pearce discovers...


A Dirty Death

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by Rebecca Tope

When irascible farmer Guy Beardon meets a very dirty death in his own farmyard, at first it seems like an accident. But when two more deaths occur foul play seems certain…


The Sword of Revenge

by Jack Ludlow

With all the fire and passion of the ancient Romans, The Sword of Revenge follows in the epic footsteps of top ten bestseller The Pillars of Rome.

Rome has lost its greatest warrior - for Aulus, the doom-laden...


Soldier of Fortune

by Edward Marston

Captain Daniel Rawson — Adventurer, spy, charmer...

It is 1704 and Europe is at war

‘Take this sword as you own and wear it with more honour than the man from whom you took it’

With Lord Churchill’s words...


Children Who Kill: Profiles of Pre-Teen and Teenage Killers

by Carol Anne Davis

Why would two young boys abduct, torture and kill a toddler? What makes a teenage girl plot with her classmates to kill her own father? Society regards children as harmless – but for some the age of innocence...