What does the future hold?
1950s. Zina Marchand is hurt when her husband Peter, a successful actor, cancels their tenth anniversary lunch date with barely a thought. He expects her to put aside everything to support him in his career - but she has her own ambitions, and soon is faced with a choice: follow her dreams, or put a possibly fatal strain on her marriage.
A stunning story from fan favourite Debbie Macomber
Rich Manning has known Jamie Warren forever. And he loves her - strictly as a friend. But all that changes the day Jamie asks him to be the father of her as-yet-unconceived child! Rich agrees, on one condition: they marry. Suddenly, he's seeing a new side of Jamie, and is swept away by his feelings for her. But he can he prove that it's for real?
The arrival of a sum of money could be the escape Libby needs...
An unexpected inheritance offers Libby Pulford the chance to escape her abusive marriage with her young son Ned. Just as she's beginning to settle into her new life, her troubled past catches up with her. The one person she can turn to for help is her new neighbour, former police detective Joss Atherton. But Joss has troubles of his own.
February, 1381. A splendid Southwark tavern, The Candle-Flame, is the site of a brutal massacre in which nine people, including John of Gaunt's tax collectors, their military escort and the prostitutes entertaining them, are murdered. The furious Regent orders Brother Athelstan to track down the culprits.
A rich young woman takes in a Liverpool slum child in this absorbing historical saga.
Liverpool, 1924. Racing to meet her fiancé in her father's new-fangled motor car, Penny Forshaw knocks over a little girl and - much to her fiancé's disapproval - feels it her duty to take in 6-year-old Kelly while she recovers. Her decision to look after a child from the slums will change Penny's life in ways she could never have imagined.
A quirky new mystery - with recipes - in the long running Pennsylvania-Dutch series.
When bestselling novelist Ramat Sreym falls face-down dead into Magdalena Yoder's prize-winning apple pie during the village of Hernia's 110th Annual Festival of Pies, there is no shortage of suspects in the subsequent murder investigation. But who was enraged enough by the acid-penned writer to want to poison her? Magdalena determines to find out.
Little evidence and no motive proves troublesome for investigations.
The murder comes - much to Slider's family's disgust - during his week off, saving him from the horrors of a trip to the shopping centre with his two older children.
The late Mr Lionel Bygood, who looks, to all intents and purposes, like an old-fashioned sort of gentleman, has been bashed in the head with a bronze statue, in what Doc Cameron describes as 'our old friend the Frenzied Attack'.
It soon emerges that Mr Bygood was a philanthropist, well-known locally for giving help and advice to all who needed it, from all walks of life. But with all signs pointing to the victim knowing his killer, Slider and his team find themselves embroiled in an investigation that provides scant evidence or possible motive, but all too many suspects . . .
A wartime atrocity has devastating repercussions for the present in this terrifying tale of supernatural suspense.
When Oxford don Michael Flint travels to Fosse House in the Fens to research a book on WWI music and poetry, he is at once aware of the house's eerie menace. And when Michael is forced to spend the night in the house, a dark fragment of the past begins to stir. A fragment that Michael may not be able to resist.
Two bodies, two similar causes of death . . . Harry Vicary and his team are plunged into a complex investigation where all is not as it seems.
When the bodies of two murder victims are discovered within twenty-four hours of each other at the same location, each with a similar cause of death, Vicary and his team are drawn into a complex investigation which leads them to the door of a criminal mastermind, but all is not as it seems...
The local dramatic society provides fertile ground for murder in the brand-new Fethering mystery.
Jude has landed a starring role in the local AmDram Society's production of George Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple. It's an ambitious play, culminating in a dramatic execution scene: a scene that's played for real when one of the actors is found hanging from the stage gallows during rehearsals. A tragic accident - or something more sinister?