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Absolute Beginners

by Colin MacInnes

‘I swore by Elvis and all the saints that this last teenage year of mine was going to be a real rave. Yes, man, come whatever, this last year of the teenage dream I was out for kicks and fantasy’

London, 1958....


Mr Love and Justice

by Colin MacInnes

‘I’d say they’re making money out of love – or out of sex, at any rate. And personally, darling, I consider love as sacred: the one and only really sacred thing that’s left: and if you make money out...


Timetable of Death

by Edward Marston

Young Imogen Burnhope and her maid Rhoda board a non-stop train to Oxford to visit her Aunt Cassandra, who waits on the platform at Oxford station where the train terminates, to greet them. Only they never arrive....


The Third Sin

by Aline Templeton

Pleasure is the highest good: the Cyrenaics practised the principle until the death of one from an overdose and the apparent suicide of another. Sobered, the group went their several ways. One heads to Canada,...


Until We Meet Again

by Margaret Thornton

It’s the summer of 1914 – the last peaceful summer Britain will see for four long years. Tilly Moon has long looked to her elder half-sister, Maddy, as a role model. Maddy’s love of music inspired Tilly...


Wallace of the Secret Service

by Alexander Wilson

BOOK 3 in the Wallace of the Secret Service series. Sir Leonard is not a man to desire fame or notoriety. His chronicler has been forced to fall back on office records and information supplied by various members...


The Mystery of Tunnel 51

by Alexander Wilson

BOOK 1 in the Wallace of the Secret Service Series. Sir Leonard is not the man to desire fame or notoriety. His chronicler has been forced to fall back on office records and information supplied by various members...


Framed in Cornwall

by Janie Bolitho

Rose Trevelyan's peaceful life is rocked by the murder of an old friend. when Rose learns that it wasn't a heart attack but a case of suicide her suspicions are immediately roused. Dorothy would never have killed...


Primal Cut

by Ed O'Connor

Eight years ago, the national tabloids had a feeding frenzy over the 'Primal Cut' killings. The Garrod brothers, East End butchers, had turned their expertise to rendering human flesh. The case made DS Alison...


Revenge in the Cotswolds

by Rebecca Tope

Thea Osborne is determined to avoid trouble during her latest commission house-sitting in the pretty Cotswold village of Daglingworth. Anticipating a relaxing two weeks spent looking after an old corgi and...


Snapped in Cornwall

by Janie Bolitho

Rose Trevelyan had only met Gabrielle Milton once, but felt they might become good friends. She was delighted, therefore, to receive an invitation to the Milton's party where the wine flowed freely and a good...


The Chinese Takeout

by Judith Cutler

It's morning service in a quiet village church. Josie Welford, wealthy widow of one of the country s most wanted criminals and now licensee of the White Hart gastro-pub, is daydreaming during Father Tim Martin...


Summer at the Haven

by Katharine Moore

An enchanting comedy of manners of old age, set in an old people's home in the heart of the English countryside.


The Lotus House

by Katharine Moore

Late in life Letty Sanderson yields to a romatic whim and buys the rundown house where she spent holidays as a child and tries, through her choice of tenants, to recreate the blissful atmosphere of the past....


Time Goes By

by Margaret Thornton

Kathy Leigh never knew her mother, who she'd been told had died many years ago in a freak accident. Raised by her reserved father, Albert, and loving Aunty Win in 1950s Blackpool, she leads a happy childhood....


Shadow of the Hangman

by Edward Marston

In this first instalment of the Bow Street Rivals series a riot breaks out in Dartmoor prison, enabling some American inmates to escape. The twin detectives Peter and Paul Skillen catch wind of a projected assassination...


We'll Meet Again

by Mary Nichols

1940. London is facing the full wrath of the blitz and amid the chaos Sheila Phipps is orphaned after a devastating air raid claims her family and her home. She is evacuated to Bletchley to live with her aunt...


Moving House

by Katharine Moore

Roberta Curling has lived her whole long life in the same comfortable Edwardian house. Now, following a serious fall, her anxious grandchildren try to persuade her to move to something more manageable. And as...


The Girl on the Beach

by Mary Nichols

Julie Monday, abandoned by her mother and raised in a children’s home, enjoys a rare moment of happiness when at the age of eight she visits the Essex seaside and meets eleven-year-old Harry Walker. They spend...


The Iron Horse

by Edward Marston

Derby Day at Epsom Downs. A multitude of people crowd to watch the races: dukes and dustmen, bishops and beggars, privileged ladies and prostitutes. The gamut of Victorian society and a hotbed for crime and...