From page one, the chase is on and many will die unnecessarily.
Forensic psychiatrist, Ms Barrett Conyors knew that if Richard Glash weren't manacled to his chair, he would kill her. He had likely imagined every detail of her murder and then obsessively sketched the scene hundreds of times. At forty-two Richard, who'd spent all but four and a half years of his life locked away, had few interests, other than drawing. And killing.
Forensic psychiatrist Barrett Conyors is back.
Barrett Conyors finds the discovery of the bodies of two heroin-addicted teens particularly hard to accept. Barrett's convinced that chief suspect Jerod, a homeless schizophrenic, didn't do it but she's the only one, apart from Detective Ed Hobbs, who is. But even Hobbs can't stop Barrett from following a complex trail of drugs and death that places her in the cross hairs of a killer...
A mystery of arson, car crashes and religious relics.
When Robin Firth's son Mouse is blamed for a fatal car crash, Robin's fury stuns both the boy and Agnes, his new wife. Then the village church burns down, and suspicion falls on Mouse. And then there's the interest of a band of New Age travellers in the improbable survival of the church's relic. It's supposed to be a Crusader banner, but that just doesn't make any sense . . .
A Gillard and Langley Mystery
When a DCI is killed in a car crash, his superiors are convinced he was silenced because he was investigating the murder of MP Jason Giddings. Patrick Gillard and his consultant (and wife) Ingrid Langley are brought in to assess further risks to the police. They discover that DS Erin Melrose is determined to find the killers, and it is a mission that will put her and others' in grave danger . . .
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 . . .
A stolen letter by the Bard himself calls Holmes to the case
Having emerged from a Swiss glacier and solved his first murder case in more than ninety years (described in The Strange Return of Sherlock Holmes), the world's most famous detective now sleuths through modern London in search of a stolen letter purportedly written by Shakespeare. Holmes displays his usual mental brilliance as he investigates the missing letter and discovers an international plot to arm terrorists. He and his roommate, James Wilson, track the Shakespeare letter and the terrorist arms dealers to a Scottish castle where surprises await and where the two companions quickly find they must be bloody, bold, and resolute if they are to survive . . .
A missing boyfriend leads detectives to the island of Madeira.
Since the death of their mother in a hit-and-run accident, Violet and Jane have been living with their great-grandfather Luke Grant and his partner Helena. One evening Violet's boyfriend goes missing and is finally found badly injured and unconscious. The police investigation follows the suspects to the island of Madeira and uncovers a bizarre and unscrupulous scam . . .
The latest in the Marsh & Daughter mystery series
Who was Lance Venyon? Curiosity over a memorial plaque in an old Kentish church sets wheelchair-bound ex-cop Peter Marsh and his daughter Georgia on a long and dangerous trail that will lead them not only into the world of art fakes in 1950s Paris, but further back still to the legends of King Arthur, Sir Gawain and their connections with Dover Castle . . .
A new investigation for family duo Peter and Georgia Marsh.
Peter and Georgia Marsh are in the Kentish seaside resort of Broadgate, on the trail of Georgia's missing brother Rick when they come across the strange tale of a haunted fish and chip shop. They pursue both mysteries but the journey to discovery is a dangerous one. There is much at risk . . .
A Marsh and Daughter Mystery
When Georgia and Peter Marsh encounter a group of weirdly dressed 'pilgrims' on the Old Road to Canterbury, more is at stake than the play the Chillingham Drama Group is shortly to perform. The group are to re-enact a pilgrimage and production that took place over forty years earlier, but that event ended in a murder that has never been solved. Determined to discover the killer, Marsh & Daughter set out on a dangerous journey: one that could provide the solution not only to Chillingham's problems, but to their own . . .