Introducing glamorous private investigator Patrick de Courvoisier in this stylish new mystery series.
Cannes, South of France. Enigmatic Englishman Patrick de Courvoisier is known as Le Limier or 'Fixer'. People come to him with their problems - and he fixes them. But when he's asked to track down Angele Valette, the mysteriously missing star of the new movie, The Black Pearl, Patrick finds he's taken on a case where nothing is as it seems.
Who says crime doesn't pay? The perpetrators of a botched kidnap make their getaway in this hilarious sequel to The Big O.
Karen and Ray are on their way to the Greek islands to rendezvous with Madge and split the fat bag of cash they conned from her ex-husband Rossi when they kidnapped, well, Madge. But they've reckoned without Doyle, the cop who can't decide if she wants to arrest Madge, shoot Rossi, or ride off into the sunset with Ray.
A seemingly idyllic English holiday park turns into the scene of a grisly murder and a perplexing case for Lambert & Hook.
Twin Lakes is a tranquil complex of holiday homes in a particularly beautiful part of England, but when a brutal death shatters the peace, Lambert and Hook investigate the crime. It then becomes clear that many of the residents lead far from ordinary lives and have secrets they will do anything to keep concealed...
A gripping tale of tangled relationships and shadowy secrets, set in the dramatic surrounds of Ireland's famed Atlantic coastline.
Maureen lies unconscious on a lonely track. Her husband blames a fellow holidaymaker at Nessa McDermott's country house. Two days later, a man's body is found, strangled and dumped. Nessa has to find her own answers before ambitious young policeman Redmond Joyce, and conflict between them grows as they close in on the horrifying truth.
Alex Mavros takes on one of his strangest cases when he is asked to trace a man who has returned from the dead.
Wealthy jeweller Eliezer Samuel contacts PI Alex Mavros after his Uncle Aron is spotted in the streets of Thessaloniki in northern Greece: but that's impossible - Aron Samuel perished in Auschwitz sixty years before. Mavros's investigation will uncover tragic and terrible wartime secrets, resulting in devastating present-day consequences.
Fiona Norwood can't forget the baby she once gave up - but is the past best left alone?
Happily married to the Reverend Simon Norwood, Fiona Norwood's happiness should be complete. But Fiona has a secret in her past, and a part of her can never forget the baby girl she gave birth to when she was seventeen years old. Meanwhile, Debbie Hargreaves has known ever since she was a little girl that she was adopted. Debbie determines to find out about her birth mother and, if possible, to go and look for her. But is the past sometimes best left alone?
When a neighbour is found dead in her front garden, Ursula is pulled into a conspiratorial web.
July, 1573. Recently widowed, Ursula Blanchard is living a quiet life on her Surrey estate, caring for her infant son. But her peaceful existence is shattered when Ursula's neighbour Jane Cobbold is found dead in her own flowerbed, stabbed through the heart with a silver dagger - and Ursula's manservant Brockley is arrested for the crime. Determined to prove Brockley's innocence, Ursula seeks help from her old mentor Lord Burghley. But when a second death occurs and the queen's new spymaster, Francis Walsingham, gets involved, once again Ursula is reluctantly drawn into matters of espionage and affairs of state.
An intriguing 1930s country house murder mystery: first in the brand-new Florence Norris series.
When there's a brutal murder at Mullings, ancestral home of the wealthy Stodmarsh family, housekeeper Florence Norris and local publican George Bird are determined to protect their nearest and dearest from suspicion. Could there be a connection with the mysterious 'ornamental hermit' who lives on the estate? It's up to Florence to find out.
The Golden Age of British Detective Fiction.
"The idyllic English village of Lindsay Carfax isn't run by the parish council or the local cops as you might suppose. The real bosses are the Carders. They're a syndicate who run this place - with their own rules."
Margery Allingham's Albert Campion returns to centre stage in this quintessentially British mystery, with appearances from all of Allingham's regular characters.
A must for fans of Margery Allingham, Agatha Christie and Dorothy L. Sayers.
Could finding her long lost sister be the biggest mistake Alex Woods has ever made?
Having recently lost both her parents in a tragic car accident, Alex Woods is shocked to discover through the family lawyer that her beloved mother was keeping a secret - a baby she gave up for adoption when she had just left high school. But when Alex decides to search for her long lost sister - and finds her - she is in for a terrible surprise.