A thrilling and passionate First World War saga - second in the Leonora Trilogy.
1914. When Leonora Malham Brown's brother and fiancé head to the front, she must remain behind, unable to make use of her nursing experience in the Balkans. She is deeply frustrated, but there is another reason for her disappointment: despite her fondness for her fiancé, her heart belongs to dashing Colonel Sasha Malkovic. Their love can never be, for his family have promised him to another, but even while Leonora joins the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry, and bravely confronts typhoid outbreaks and Zeppelin bombs, she never gives up hope that they will be reunited . . .
The latest from a master of modern horror. A thrilling stand-alone sequel to Basilisk.
Braydon Harris is convinced God has it in for him. Although Suki, his little girl, seemed thrilled to be kidnapped from her mom's parents' house, an electric storm has hit, and it looks like the Lord isn't going to make it easy for Braydon to get away. Braydon's right. A huge truck jack-knifes in front of him, his car catches alight, and Sukie winds up in hospital with terrible burns - burns which only exacerbate the terrible nightmare she's had for years about scary things flying through the sky, like shadows . . .
A destructive secret is guarded by a network of lies . . . until they begin to unravel.
1933. Esmé Carr travels to Australia with her best friend in search of adventure. Left behind is Esmé's adolescent niece. Meggie Elliot has an imaginative and independent frame of mind, but there is mystery surrounding her birth - one she intends to unravel, despite her mother's warnings to leave the past alone. When the truth surfaces it's not what Meggie wants to hear, and Esmé must reconcile the rift between mother and daughter.
A Maggy Thorsen coffee house mystery.
There's a chill in the Wisconsin air, and it's a shot in the arm - a triple espresso shot -" to Uncommon Grounds, the Brookhills coffeehouse owned by Maggy Thorsen and real estate maven Sarah Kingston. Their new autumn drink is a huge success. But two estate agents have died lately, and Sarah herself is under investigation for irregularities at her job. Then a stench begins to percolate through the coffeehouse, and soon it's clear that corpses - like other bad things - do indeed come in threes...
A Brock and Poole Mystery.
On Christmas Day, Detective Chief Inspector Brock's celebrations are interrupted when he is called to a murder at Heathrow Airport. Kerry Hammond was due to fly out to New York with her husband - but never made it further than the car park. Brock and his sidekick, DS Dave Poole, put Kerry's husband at the top of their suspect list, but the case becomes increasingly complex, and they find themselves embroiled in a complex case of smuggling that stretches from the South of France to Central London...
A Marsh and Daughter Mystery.
Curiosity about a murder that took place in an eighteenth-century folly draws father and daughter team Peter and Georgia Marsh to a Jane Austen-themed summer gala at Stourdens, a fast-decaying Georgian mansion in Kent. But instead of enjoying a literary day out, they are thrust into a tense situation, with a collection of Jane's letters - thought to contain thrilling secrets about her love life - at its heart. Should they be published? Peter and Georgia are inadvertently caught up in the battle - which soon turns deadly . . .
Heart-pounding domestic suspense from an internationally-bestselling author.
One morning Caitlin Eckhart receives a phone call that changes her life forever - her much-loved six-year-old stepson Geordie has disappeared from school. It soon becomes clear that someone must have deliberately taken him. Distraught, Caitlin and her husband, Noah, make an anguished public appeal for his return. But Caitlin has a secret from her past that is about to catch up with her, and as Geordie's continued absence brings her relationship with Noah to breaking point, she stands to lose everything that she loves.
A Benjamin January novel from the best-selling author.
RAN AWAY - So began a score of advertisements every week in the New Orleans newspapers, advertising for slaves whod fled their masters. But the Turk, Hüseyin Pasha, posted no such advertisement when his two lovely concubines disappeared. And when a witness proclaimed hed seen the "devilish infidel" hurl their dead bodies out of a window, everyone was willing to believe him the murderer. Only Benjamin January, who knows the Turk of old, is willing to seek for the true culprit, endangering his own life in the process . . .
A Sarah Burke mystery.
Detective Sarah Burke is called to a mass shooting in a quiet residential street; it looks like a 'home invasion' gone very wrong. There are several dead bodies but the crime scene just doesn't make sense - until one of the 'dead' victims suddenly escapes and another man is seen running from the house...
The second in the exciting new mystery series featuring ex-police dog handler Daniel Whelan.
When ex-police dog handler Daniel Whelan is asked by his former boss to help a friend who is struggling to run her husband's haulage company while he is recovering from a vicious attack, he and his German shepherd, Taz, rapidly find themselves attracting the wrong sort of attention. Daniel investigates, and soon finds evidence of some very nasty business indeed - but after several violent warnings, he begins to wonder . . . has he bitten off more than he can chew?