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The Endings Man

by Frederic Lindsay

There's a fine line between fact and fiction... Following the publication of his latest crime novel, Barclay Curle receives a letter from a woman accusing him of writing about the murders she has committed....

The Venetian Venture

by Suzette A. Hill

1954, Venice. For Rosy Gilchrist the tables may have turned. Her boss at the British Museum, Dr Stanley, has chosen her to travel to Venice, track down a rare edition of Horace's Odes and bring it back for their...

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 a...

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....

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...

The Shape of Sand

by Marjorie Eccles

Life at Charnley is blessed for the Jardine children, Harriet, Vita and Daisy, who live in an idyllic Edwardian country manor with their loving parents, Beatrice and Amory. But one night, after a party celebrating...

The Balmoral Incident

by Alanna Knight

Rose McQuinn is invited to stay with her friend Olive who has a small cottage on the Balmoral Estate. As Rose travels on the train with her trusty dog Vane and her niece Mabel, she wonders what exciting adventures...

Remember Me

by Margaret Thornton

1907. William Moon's heart swells with pride at the achievements of his daughter, Maddy. When, at eleven, she won the talent contest held by the Pierrots on Scarborough beach, William knew it wouldn't be long...

The Devil to Pay

by David Donachie

Faced with a ship in need of repair, enemy attacks and the threat of wily Admiral Hotham, John Pearce is sailing into danger.Meanwhile Ralph Barclay is on his way to the Mediterranean. Thinking his wife still...

Up the Garden Path

by Norman Thelwell

This tongue in cheek cartoon guide covers all aspects of gardening, from how to make a hole in the frozen fish pond to how to get your mower out of the shed, and includes a calendar of essential work throughout...

Women Who Kill

by Carol Ann Duffy & 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...

The Food Detective

by Judith Cutler

Josie Welford desperately hopes for a fresh start. Widow to one of Britain's most wanted criminals, she begins a new venture as the licensee of the local pub in Kings Duncombe, and soon becomes a thriving member...

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...

Three Sheets in the Wind

by Norman Thelwell

Arriving on a summer weekend at any stretch of water without one's own craft behind the car or swaying proudly at its moorings is like attending a dance with a broken leg - not to mention the damage to one's...

The Woman from Kerry

by Anne Doughty

Little Rose McGinley is just seven years old when her family is evicted from their Donegal home, victims of the Clearances of 1861. It is the first step in a long journey for Rose, one that takes her from Donegal...

Still Waters

by Judith Cutler

One cold, wet evening in an otherwise unusually dry April, a man falls from the fifth floor window of a hotel in Hythe. Did he jump or was he pushed?Detective Chief Superintendent Fran Harman is already struggling...

The Secret Notebooks of Sherlock Holmes

by June Thomson

Scandal, intrigue and cunning crime. Delve into the world of the immortal Sherlock Holmes. In Sherlock Holmes's London, reputations are fragile and scandal can be ruinous. In order to protect the names of the...

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....

Some by Fire

by Stuart Pawson

DI Charlie Priest was a newly promoted sergeant on the Leeds force when he was called to the scene of a tragic fire. Twenty years on, a new lead emerges and he has the chance to reopen the investigation - but...

Sins of the Fathers

by Patricia Hall

Stepping over the threshold of a once-happy family home turned charnel house, DCI Michael Thackeray knows he'll be faced with a grim sight. After all his years in the force, he's come to realise that you can...