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Poisoned Pen by Anthea Cohen

Shelbourne was a pretty little village, a place where everyone knew everyone else.  But, as would be expected, gossip was...
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Darsham’s Folly by John Burke

Love and secrets of the house on the seashore… Kate, a sensible sea-captain’s daughter, is thrilled when she gets a...
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Travels in the Time of Trump by Paula DiPerna

It is better to travel than to arrive. So the saying goes. And Paula DiPerna is a seasoned traveller. Been...
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Dear Miss Maitheson by Tim Heath

In Victorian England, identity can be a burden... Richard Maitheson is a nobody as far as Victorian Society is concerned....
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Intention to Deceive by Desmond Harding

It is the worst day of Harry Rand’s life. He just lost his high-flying job with a London investment bank...
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Sky Dog by Mark Rogers

A must-read blockbuster crime novel. Flynn O’Brien is a screenwriter and director, and once the toast of Hollywood. But after...
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Burke at Waterloo by Tom Williams

1814. Napoleon is on Elba and Europe is at peace. But in Paris, Napoleon’s agents are plotting his return. James...
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The Chessboard Spies by Geoffrey Davison

When a Russian man, Andre Timovsky, is murdered on the streets of Istanbul, British agent Stephen Fletcher does all he...
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Wrong Turnings by John Burke

A TV entrepreneur, a criminal husband, a vicious ex-wife - and one hard-to-catch killer... When Detective Inspector Lesley Gunn married...
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Blackshirt Sets the Pace by Roderic Jeffries

An attempted suicide turns into a murder: the is a mystery for Blackshirt! In the early hours of the morning,...
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Legacy of Hate by Christopher Nicole

The third in the French Resistance series In Nazi-occupied France the assassination of a new German commandant by Amalie de...
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Shaw’s War by Antony Melville Ross

SAS officer Harry Shaw is a man with a lethal mission and a master of the essential elements in a...
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Shadows on the Snow by Madge Swindells

The Winter Olympics are a prestigious display of glamour, courage and public splendour.  They are also, though discreetly, a huge...
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The Song of the Rainbird by Barbara Whitnell

When Kate Carswell embarked on her journey to Kenya, she couldn’t have predicted the hardships and successes of her life....
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Dead Man’s Island by David McDine

Dead Man’s Island in the rain was as God-forsaken a place as you could find anywhere on earth. Following the...
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This Drakotny by Philip McCutchan

6D2, an independent undercover British organization specializing in dangerous fact-finding assignments, discovers that the acting Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia is...
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Dr Morelle Takes a Bow by Ernest Dudley

Miss Frayle is no longer employed by psychiatrist and detective, Dr. Morelle. Her replacement is beyond frustrating and Dr. Morelle...
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Der Strandwurger by Douglas Clark

Chief Inspector Masters' Theorie stimmt offenbar: Die fünfte Leiche wird genau an dem Punkt gefunden, den er vorausgesagt hat. Aber...
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Emma Disposes by Mira Stables

Her first novel... Charles Trevannion is annoyed by his recall from active service in the Peninsula on what he considers...
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Mayday by Jonathan Lynn

Ernest Mayday, a best-selling British author living in a Hollywood Hills mansion with a beautiful masseuse, has everything that money...
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Funeral Sites by Jessica Mann

How slavishly Aidan Britton had seen to every detail of his wife’s funeral – starting with her murder. Fortunately for...
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Night Child by Alan Scholefield

A mute child is their only key to solving the double murder. When photojournalist Duncan Wylie is walking out on...
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Love in Ward Two by Paula Roberts

Having gone abroad to recover from an unhappy romance, Jan Wyatt returns to England after two years of nursing in...
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Flawed Victory by Trevor Dupuy & Paul Martell

There was a time when Lebanon was seen as the Switzerland of the Middle East: democratic, an island of economic...
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Leon’s Island by Marigold West

Is it too late to stay in paradise? When Suzy Mitchell thinks she witnesses a murder, she runs for her...
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Lessons in Trust by Charlie Cochrane

He thought he knew who he was. Now he’s a stranger to himself. When Jonty Stewart and Orlando Coppersmith witness...
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Tricks of The Trade by Euan B Pollock

Stewart Scott is a first year trainee in one of Edinburgh’s biggest law firms. Out of his depth, he is...
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Loyalties by Alan Scholefield

Anna Webster, the head of a media empire, is successful and secure. That is, until her past comes back to...
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Nest of Spies by Geoffrey Davison

Under the hot, mid-July sun, two men meet secretly at the sacred rock of the Acropolis in Athens. One of...
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The Salt Rakers by Barbara Whitnell

Two opposing families. One terrible secret. At eighteen years old, Dorcas Foley is a headstrong young woman who has no...
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Song of the Wind by Madge Swindells

A heart turned to stone; a burning for revenge. When her mother is shot at the close of World War...
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Double for Blackshirt by Roderic Jeffries

The eighth book in the Blackshirt series, Double for Blackshirt is a fast-paced and gripping mystery. The irrepressible Blackshirt’s past reputation as...
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The King’s Bounty by Sara Fraser

On a November evening in 1812, Jethro Stanton, son of a Luddite and needle-pointer of Redditch town, stops at a...
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Twilight of a Goddess by Christopher Nicole

The romantic adventures of one history’s most scandalous women. It is 1835, and Jane Elizabeth Digby finds herself living in...
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The Sun is Bleeding by George Bartram

One night on a lonely marina, ex-agent Tarp peace is disturbed by an old disgraced collegue, John Carrington. Before he...
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Burke and the Bedouin by Tom Williams

1798. James Burke, British spy, is in Egypt. His task: to investigate the rumour that Napoleon is planning an invasion....
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Nobody’s Perfect by Douglas Clark

Pharma Tycoon Huth wird in seinem eigenen Büro vergiftet aufgefunden. Masters und Green, ein Paar ungewöhnlich gutgläubiger Scotland Yard Detektive,...
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Elusive Victory by Trevor Dupuy

In Elusive Victory, Colonel Trevor N. Dupuy traces the history of the Arab-Israeli wars from Independence to The Yom Kippur War....
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Doctor’s Orders by Paula Roberts

Is love really the best medicine? After the death of her beloved husband, Jim, Shirley Foster was devastated. But with...
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Hartinger’s Mouse by Philip McCutchan

One day, residents of the British Isles wake up to find that a curious yellow-brown dust settled around them. Within...
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