A church art exhibition turns deadly...
Jack Haldean expected Lythewell and Askerns' exhibition of church art in Lyon House, London, to be a sedate affair, the last firm to be associated with mystery, violence and sudden death. Or so it seemed - until after the exhibition...
Rugged Detective Inspector Horton investigates a missing person in a case that has personal ramifications which could end his career...
When a private investigator goes missing, Detective Inspector Horton of Portsmouth CID believes he's probably run off with a woman. But when the man's car turns up, and a shocking discovery is made, things turn serious, and Horton himself embroiled in an investigation that has major personal ramifications, and could potentially end his career.
Panicking Ralph is a big-time villain - but he's a local villain - and when his life is threatened, policemen Harpur and Iles are straight on the case.
Ralph Ember is a big-time crook on Harpur and Iles' local ground. But Ralph wasn't always their villain: his past is entwined with London copper Esther Davidson and the lethal street war that was the making of them both. Now, repercussions of that event threaten 'Panicking' Ralph's life...and, with it, the stability of Ilse's patch.
In his latest thrilling adventure, ex MI5 Harry Tate is ordered to trace someone as tough, well-trained and resourceful as himself.
When a Russian hit team catches up with Roman Tobinskiy, political opponent of Moscow, it's an easy kill; he's lying helpless in a hospital bed. They realise too late that in an adjacent room is Clare Jardine, ex-MI6 officer, recovering from wounds while saving Harry Tate's life. When Clare goes on the run, Harry is ordered to track her down before the Russians reach her. Harry is about to come up against an old enemy from his past. And if he is to save Clare's life - as she saved his - he must seek help from a most unlikely source.
A young woman becomes a governess to two grieving orphans in the latest powerful historical romance from Janet Woods.
1835. Clementine Morris, despite her youth and inexperience, is hired by Zachariah Fleet to care for his recently orphaned niece and nephew. But Zachariah has a secret, and there are troubles ahead - least of all when the self-possessed, wealthy businessman realises he may be falling for her.
Widow Ursula Blanchard is urged to remarry for the sake of Queen and Country in this latest enthralling historical adventure
January, 1576. Widow Ursula Blanchard is in no position to refuse when Sir Francis Walsingham decides she must wed Count Gilbert Renard in order to build a strategic alliance with the French. Soon after the count arrives at her country home to pay court, one of Ursula's household staff is found dead. An accident - or something more sinister?
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 . . .