Dulcie Schwartz and her feline friends get tangled up in this mysterious yarn.
Caught between a distracted supervisor and university politics, Dulcie's doctoral thesis looks doomed. When she stumbles across the bloodied body of a fellow student, things couldn't get any worse. Unless her mother's dreams turn out to be premonitions and Dulcie's work has all been in vain. With the ghost of Mr Grey (her wise and loyal late, great cat) strangely silent, and her new kitten refusing to speak, this time Dulcie might just be on her own...
A Rina Martin mystery.
When DI 'Mac' McGregor came to Frantham he was a broken man, guilt ridden at the death of a child he had tried to save, and whose killer had escaped. But he found friendship there, in the shape of Rina Martin's strange little household, and romance with CSI Miriam Hasting. But now his past is catching up with him. There are new leads in the child-killer case, and Mac rejoins the hunt only to become the hunted. Can Rina save him from his darkest trouble yet?
Foul play's afoot at Bruton Rovers Football Club.
Bruton Rovers FC has been promoted to the Premiership, but Jim Capstick's days as Chairman have made him some enemies in the Lancashire mill town. With the team fighting relegation, the debts are piling high. But when the club is rocked by a murder after Jim makes a surprise announcement, the question's not who had the motive, but who had the balls to actually do it. 'Percy' Peach and DS Lucy Blake have their work cut out for them . . .
DI Hardcastle tracks a killer who's left his hat behind.
July, 1917. DI Ernest Hardcastle and his assistant, DS Charles Marriott, investigate the murder of a cashier operating in London's Victoria Station. An army officer claims to have seen the murderer running away, and an army cap left behind appears to identify the criminal. Hardcastle believes that it will be a simple matter to go to Aldershot and arrest him, but things are never as easy as they seem. Soon Hardcastle and Marriott find themselves investigating a frustrating and seemingly unsolvable case. Has Hardcastle finally met his match?
A Detective Chief Inspector Henry Christie novel.
Newly promoted Detective Superintendent Henry Christie could do without dealing with Felix Deakin, a convicted drug dealer serving a heavy prison sentence, who suddenly volunteers some new evidence that could be crucial in an upcoming murder trial. But things go horribly wrong when Deakin escapes from custody and kidnaps a disgraced ex-cop's son to use as a bargaining chip...
The original super-sleuth, Sherlock Holmes, is back on the case.
When James Wilson retires from journalism, he decides to settle down in Herefordshire with a room-mate, a Mr Cedric Coombes, and at first thinks little of his new friend's eccentric behaviour. But he can't shake the feeling that he knows him from somewhere else. As Coombes displays his magnificent deductive prowess, and becomes embroiled in the police investigation of the apparent murder of a man in bathtub, Wilson, or should we say Watson, begins to wonder just who this Coombes really is . . .
Who'd break in and leave the house untouched.
When Michael and Hilda return from holiday to find two police officers awaiting them, a chaotic series of events ensues. The police have had an anonymous tip-off about child pornography being stored on Michael's computer. It's easy to prove his innocence, but who would do such a thing and why? At the same time it becomes clear that someone was living in the cottage while they were away, and may still be returning. Soon, they decide to take action of their own, with devastating consequences . . .
A Mystery of Medieval Ireland.
1510. A great feast is being held. Into a crowd listening to the story of Balor, the one-eyed god, come two strangers. The younger of the two, Iarla, bears a letter that claims that the wealthy Ardal O'Lochlainn is his true father which Ardal vociferously denies. So when Iarla is found dead, with one eye missing, some think he was killed by the god but most suspect Ardal. Mara, the Brehon 'or lawgiver' of the Burren, is called to investigate.
The stand-alone sequel to Salting the Wound.
1835, England. A married woman, pregnant with her sea-captain lover's child, dies giving birth. The child, Serafina Finn, is abandoned to an orphanage and grows up longing to feel that she belongs somewhere. Eighteen years later, her father, hearing rumours that his lost daughter survived, dispatches a detective, Adam Chapman, to discover the truth. Adam finds, and falls in love with Serafina, but even if he can prove her identity, will her real family accept her? . . .
A nail-biting thriller from a critically acclaimed and award-winning author.
When White returns to his native Los Angeles to attend the funeral of his old friend R.J. Burrow, who has been brutally murdered, a terrible secret threatens to reveal itself. Twenty-six years earlier, Handy, R.J. and Neal Holden pulled a heist that went horrible awry, and Handys been waiting for it to come back and haunt them ever since. Was the murder linked to the past? Handy knows he cant leave until he finds out for sure . . .