The long awaited fifth novel in the Night Warriors series.
When a thirteenth century monk was caught having a relationship with a married woman, his punishment was to have his arms and legs amputated. The Monk then turned against God and formed a sinister carnival of clowns and freaks, determined to corrupt everyone who saw them. However, when the pope goes after them, their only escape is into the world of the dreams. Eight hundred years later a serial killer finds a way to realize the carnival again. The Night Warriors are the world's only hope . . .
A Max Rydal Military Mystery.
November fifth. Soldiers and their families gather to celebrate with a fireworks display and a giant bonfire, but delight turns to fear when it explodes to send flaming debris over the spectators. A battalion of Drumdorran Fusiliers has marched in that same afternoon, and when the wife of their Pipe Major dies from her injuries the Scots vent their anger on resident troops. Military detectives Max Rydal and Tom Black investigate as tensions flare. And then another dangerous incident occurs . . .
A Detective Sam Becket Thriller.
The small red box wrapped in white ribbon seems innocent enough, but it protects a bloody secret - a human heart. When this gruesome package is discovered in a dinghy tied to the dock next to the house Detective Sam Becket shares with his wife, Grace, and their young son, he realizes that it can only mean one thing - Cal the Hater, the psychotic killer who has haunted his family for years, has returned . . .
A Harpur and Iles police procedural from master crime writer Bill James.
After his son and wife were shot, Mansel Shale has turned to God - leaving DCS Colin Harpur with a problem. Shale has abandoned his drugs empire, leaving his business in the hands of an inexperienced assistant. Harpur can see protracted, warring viciousness on the horizon, and something must be done...
A dark and disturbing tale of twisted passions and dangerous desires.
Outwardly suave and charming, psychotherapist Adam Neave's role as a voluntary bereavement counsellor offers him the perfect opportunity to target his female victims at their most vulnerable, safe in the knowledge that the police can pin nothing on him. But is his newest client, attractive young widow Olivia Marsden, really what she seems? When, despite herself, Olivia finds herself falling under the charismatic Adam's spell, events start to spiral dangerously out of control . . .
A Liberty Lane mystery.
Autumn, 1839. As the London nights darken, rumours spread about the devil's chariot, which preys on young women walking alone at night. Novice private investigator Liberty Lane has no time for such horror stories, so when a poetic young man begs her to find his missing fiancé, she accepts, suspecting there is a more prosaic explanation. Meanwhile, she is engaged to help prevent a royal scandal involving Prince Albert's worldlier brother, Prince Ernest. Liberty begins work on both cases, but when young women begin showing up dead, the tales of the devil's chariot don't seem so ridiculous any more . . .
A Detective Superintendent Henry Christie novel.
When DS Henry Christie sets off on a short winter break with his old friend FBI agent Karl Donaldson, he expects a pleasant hike through the countryside followed by an overnight stop in a picturesque village. But the hike turns into a fight for survival in the worst snowstorm for thirty years. And things only get worse when they stumble, exhausted and injured, into the village pub, only to find themselves in the middle of a blood-soaked stand-off between gangsters with deadly scores to settle...
If you follow your heart, there is always a price to pay.
1940s. War alters lives, and for three women from different walks of life, the choices they make will change everything forever. For housewife Jenny, her husband's word is law. But when he enlists, she finds her voice, and a new friendship with a young GI that becomes her guilty pleasure. Vibrant Rusty Dobbs is a prostitute, making a good living, but when she falls for an American captain she hides her job from him. And finally there is Sarah, a teenager who is drawn to Gunter, a prisoner of war - the enemy.
First in the thrilling Kit Marlowe historical mystery series.
Cambridge, 1583. About to graduate from Corpus Christi, the young Christopher Marlowe spends his days studying and his nights carousing with old friends. But when one of them is discovered lying dead in his King's College room, mouth open in a silent scream, Marlowe refuses to accept the official verdict of suicide. Calling on the help of his mentor, Sir Roger Manwood, Justice of the Peace, and the queen's magus, Dr John Dee, a poison expert, Marlowe sets out to prove that his friend was murdered...
A mystery set in Scotland from the ever-popular author.
Surveyor Douglas Young stumbles across rambling Underwood House, near Edinburgh, one day whilst walking his dog. He realizes its potential immediately, and after it is developed into flats he becomes the anointed leader of the residents. So when one of his neighbours is found dead, Douglas and his young assistant Tash become irrevocably involved in the police investigation. But the plot thickens when a shocking discovery is made in the deceaseds flat . . .