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Murder at the Villa Byzantine: An Antonia Darcy and Major Payne Investigation

by R.T. Raichev

When a birthday party for one of their Hampstead neighbors turns deadly, Antonia Darcy and Major Hugh Payne end up investigating the murder of one of Melisande Chevret's other guests. The aging actress becomes...


Death in a Scarlet Coat: A Lord Francis Powerscourt Investigation

Lord Francis Powerscourt #10

by David Dickinson

Instead of leading his riders to the hunt, the fifteenth Earl of Candlesby is found dead, his body wrapped in blankets atop his horse, a corner of his scarlet coat visible in the morning mist. Three people see...


Pig of Cold Poison: A Gil Cunningham Murder Mystery

Gil Cunningham Murder Mystery #7

by Pat Mcintosh

Gil Cunningham is the Archbishop’s questioner—his investigator. Nanty and Danny were rivals for the affection of Agnes, the apothecary’s daughter. Danny dies, apparently of poisoning, after drinking from...


Broken Circle: A Forensic Psychologist Jill Kennedy and DCI Max Trentham Mystery

by Shirley Wells

Forensic psychologist Jill Kennedy and DCI Max Trentham investigate a crime in the quiet Lancashire village where Kennedy has made her home. A man with a dark past has been murdered after moving there from London....


Pull of the Moon

by Diane Janes

When Kate Mayfield receives a letter from dying Mrs. Ivanisovic, she realizes that the secret she's kept for more than thirty years is no longer safe. But is the old woman really after Kate's story of love,...


Curious Incident at Claridge's: An Antonia Darcy and Major Hugh Payne Investigation

by R.T. Raichev

Did the young and beautiful Lady Tradescant try to poison her elderly husband? If not, who did? There is no shortage of suspects. His eccentric twin sister Bettina, his disgruntled son Nicholas, his scheming...


Falling More Slowly: Introducing Detective Inspector Liam McLusky

by Peter Helton

DI Liam McLusky, freshly transferred from Southampton to Bristol and just recovered from an injury in the line of duty, has no time to settle in before catching a major case. Everyday objects that have been...


Death of a Wine Merchant: A Lord Francis Powerscourt Mystery, Vol. 9

Lord Francis Powerscourt #9

by David Dickinson

The scion of the Colvilles, who are wealthy wine merchants, is about to marry the daughter of the even grander Nash family. Immediately after the nuptials, the bridegroom’s uncle Cosmo is found clutching a...


Where Petals Fall

by Shirley Wells

Praise for Shirley Wells:

“A deft combination of police procedural and psychological thriller.”—Kirkus Reviews

“A satisfying cross between a police procedural and a modern, slightly edgy British village...


Stolen Voice: A Gil Cunningham Murder Mystery

Gil Cunningham Murder Mystery #6

by Pat Mcintosh

In Sir William’s remote part of Scotland it seems almost possible that a young boy could have been stolen away by the fairies and returned forty years later without having visibly aged. And if the boy isn’t...


Salisbury Manuscript

by Philip Gooden

Praise for Philip Gooden:

“Great fun.”—Guardian

“Gooden will give you a gratifying taste of the danger and excitement of that lusty place and time.”—Publishers Weekly

In 1873 a canon dies violently...


Rough Collier

Gil Cunningham Murder Mystery #5

by Pat Mcintosh

Praise for Pat McIntosh:

“McIntosh’s characterizations and period details are first rate and bode well for future entries in this series.”—Publishers Weekly

“McIntosh provides an intelligent, authentic,...


Lost

by Roberta Kray

Praise for Roberta Kray:

“You might expect a crime novel written by the widow of Reg Kray would be tough . . . and it is. Recommend this to fans of Ian Rankin.”—Booklist

“Convinces on every page.”—...


Little Victim

by R.T. Raichev

Praise for R.T. Raichev:

"Deftly mixes dark humor and psychological suspense, its genteel surface masking delicious deviancy.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

"Mixes Henry James’s psychological insight...


Hunt for Sonya Dufrette

by R.T. Raichev

At a house party on the day of the royal wedding in 1981, a little girl named Sonya Dufrette wanders off and is never seen again. Twenty years on, divorcee and librarian Antonia Darcy sets out to solve the mystery....


Death of Corinne

by R.T. Raichev

Death threats start arriving in the mail, and legendary French diva Corinne seeks refuge at her godmother's country estate. Other house guests include Antonia Darcy and her husband, Corinne’s dominating agent,...


Ruffian on the Stair

by Gary Newman

Praise for Gary Newman:

“The author succeeds admirably in recreating Victorian London, both in character and setting. Fans of Anne Perry and other Victorian mysteries will enjoy.”—Library Journal

On his...


Rainstone Fall

by Peter Helton

Praise for Peter Helton:

“Fans of Jonathan Gash’s Lovejoy will appreciate the scheme that Honeysett, who’s a bit of a scalawag, concocts. . . . Readers will look forward to further installments in this...


No More Dying

by David Roberts

Praise for David Roberts:

“This is first-rate fun, informed by telling period detail.”—Publishers Weekly

“I recommend this one heartily for history-mystery devotees.”—Booklist

February, 1939. Lord...


Mad About the Boy?

by Dolores Gordon-Smith

“Recaptures the vitality and insouciance of the Golden Age of writers.”—Robert Barnard

It’s the height of summer, 1923. At a ball in Sussex, former Royal Flying Corps pilot Jack Haldean investigates...