A Naomi Blake mystery.
Naomi and boyfriend Alec Friedman travel to the Fenlands for the funeral of Alec's beloved Uncle Rupert, who ran an antiques business and wrote books on local history. It seems that there were some suspicious circumstances, and that the ostensible cause of death - a heart attack - may not hold true. It soon becomes clear that Rupert may have had some secrets in his past...
First in a new series featuring Rina Martin.
After a successful acting career Rina Martin is retired; DI Sebastian McGregor (Mac) is recovering his nerve after an investigation went terribly wrong; young George Parker and his family are on the run from a violent past. Like Mac and Rina, George thinks he is safe in the sleepy seaside town of Frantham, but then an old lady is murdered and peace, for all three, is proven to be an illusion . . .
A Rina Martin Mystery
When a body is washed up on a beach, it's assumed it must be Edward Parker, who fell from a cliff a couple of weeks before. But it is discovered to be that of Pat Duggan, son of local nightclub owner, Jimmy. Pat had been abducted twice. And, to complicate matters, the missing Edward Parker worked for Jimmy Duggan and disappeared at the same time as Duggan's son. Coincidence? Mac and Rina don't think so . . .
A thrilling Rina Martin mystery.
Two men are found shot dead aboard a luxury yacht, and the key lies with a company that makes computer games. What secret were the men protecting that others were prepared to kill to get hold of? Rina Martin decides to find out, much to the consternation of her friend, DI McGregor. But her impulse to help those threatened puts the people she most cares for in grave danger.
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?
A Naomi Blake mystery.
When Alec and Naomi take a much-needed Winter holiday in Somerset, they encounter local eccentric Eddy Thame, a historian and metal detectorist obsessed with the Monmouth rebellion of 1685 and the alleged Kirkwood treasure. A few days after their arrival, Eddy is found dead. Reluctantly, Alec and Naomi become involved, but they soon realise that Eddy seems very different to the rather dotty individual they encountered in the local pub.
Death in suspicious circumstances
When Fiona Ross reported the disappearance of her close friend, Gillian Harvey, the police were far from satisfied that this was an incident which concerned them. But when they learned Gillian was wealthy while her husband was not their attitude changed. And as each newly discovered fact interlocked they became certain they were looking at a picture of murder . . .
A powerful novel of conscience and morality from a respected crime author
Steven Drury, a reputable barrister, is in the wrong place at the wrong time. Returning to his car after a late-night party, he is knocked to the ground and assaulted. He manages to catch a glimpse of his assailant's face enough for him to be able to identify Daniel Fitch in a police line-up. But unluckily for Drury, Fitch was fleeing from a robbery gone wrong, one in which he murdered a jeweller. And Fitch isn't going down without a fight . . .
Detective Constable Perry breaks the rules when his niece goes missing.
The disappearance of seven-year-old Elaine is especially disturbing for Detective Constable Perry, because she is the daughter of his estranged sister. Breaking protocol by pursuing his enquiries in a case where a relative is involved, Perry is soon convinced of the perpetrator's identity, and it is a race against time before kidnapping turns into murder . . .
What price friendship?
,br>Detective Constable Andy Gregg is security officer for Kent County CID, and takes his responsibilities very seriously. But when a robbery occurs just days after Andy has performed a security survey, tongues start wagging. Then it happens again with fatal consequences. Suddenly Gregg's superiors are faced with the very real possibility that someone inside CID is selling privileged information and the obvious suspect is Gregg himself . . .