The latest compelling police procedural featuring Detective Chief Superintendent Henry Christie.
When a cop and a suspected murderer are killed in separate but related incidents, Henry Christie's professional judgement is called into question and he is under pressure to accept early retirement. But he's determined to keep searching for a killer. When a young woman is subsequently abducted, Henry uncovers terrible secrets.
Patrick Gillard's father seeks his help when disturbing claims are made about a recent cremation.
Convinced that the wrong body was cremated at her late husband's recent funeral, Mrs Anne Peters speaks to Patrick Gillard's father, the local rector. But when husband and wife team Patrick and Ingrid get involved, events soon take an even more bizarre and shocking turn.
This brand-new novel featuring Margery Allingham's Mr Campion recaptures the Golden Age of British Detective Fiction.
The Danish Ambassador has requested Albert Campion's help on 'a delicate family matter'. His 18-year-old daughter has formed an attachment to a most unsuitable young man. Before Mr Campion can act on the matter however, both the Ambassador's daughter and her beau disappear without trace. Then a body is discovered in a lagoon.
A fast-paced mystery set in the cut-throat world of horse-racing: the first in the brand-new Harry Radcliffe series.
Having accepted a commission to ghost-write the autobiography of retiring racehorse trainer Elspeth Maudsley, it becomes increasingly clear to Harry Radcliffe that there are things Elspeth isn't telling him about her past. What's more, it seems that someone is determined to stop him writing this book - whatever it takes.
The second in the brand-new Florence Norris series.
November, 1932. When mild-mannered Kenneth Tenneson is found dead from a fall down the stairs at his home, the coroner's inquest announces a verdict of accidental death. But Florence Norris - the quietly observant housekeeper at Mullings, country estate of the wealthy Stodmarsh family - suspects there may be more to it than that . . .
Fifth intriguing mystery in the atmospheric Joe Plantagenet police procedural series
Late one evening, a drunk teenage girl reports stumbling across a body in the local ruined abbey while taking a short cut home. But when no body is found, only Detective Inspector Joe Plantagenet believes her. Then a woman is reported missing, and Joe finds himself caught up in a complex investigation, where nothing is as it first appears.
Hadfish Systems in London are technological experts - but are they prepared to be caught up in a deadly game of international intelligence?
Julian and his business partner Rami run Hadfish Systems, a successful software development company. But a seemingly lucrative new contract is about to lead them into disaster. Caught up in a clandestine war between two nations, competing interests, old secrets and new loyalties, Julian finds himself trapped in a deadly game.
A moving saga of conflicted family loyalties and late-flowering passion set in 1970s' Liverpool.
Widow Jenny Langton reluctantly decides to downsize to a small flat. It's difficult enough to start afresh, but her wayward granddaughter Karen's antics threaten to spoil her new life. Jenny must decide whether she should allow family loyalty to stand in the way of her future happiness - particularly as she's about to embark on a love affair . . .
This gripping Irish thriller is an intriguing new departure for comic noir writer Declan Burke.
Why would elderly Gerhard Uxkull concoct a tale of Nazi atrocity on the remote island of Delphi, off the coast of Donegal? And why now, just when Irish-American billionaire Shay Govern has tendered for a prospecting licence for gold in the area? When a body is discovered drowned, journalist Tom Noone must find out the truth if he is to survive.
Unconventional Detective Inspector Liam McLusky is plunged into a major murder investigation in this gritty police procedural series.
A body is found in a Bristol canal. Chained, weighted down, it has all the hallmarks of a premeditated, ritualistic killing. Then the second body is discovered. Bound and gagged like the first - but there are differences. If DI McLusky could only work out what connects the victims, he would be one step closer to catching the killer.