A Detective Sam Becket Thriller.
Life is good in the Becket household. Sam is planning a surprise for Grace's birthday, Cathy's back from California and Grace is seeing patients again. And then the killings begin. A newly-wed couple is found horribly slain in Miami Beach. As Detective Sam Becket's investigation gets into stride, a second couple is abducted. Soon, couples all over Miami-Dade are fearing for their lives, and Sam and the squad are battling an unseen enemy, against whom no one is safe . . .
The new novel in the critically acclaimed Jack Liffey series.
Private Investigator Jack Liffey has been confined to a wheelchair, unable to walk or speak, for more than a month, due to a freak accident that may have damaged his spine. So when an old friend calls asking for help in finding his missing sixteen-year-old son, Jack's teenage daughter, Maeve, intercepts the call and decides to take on the case. But it's not long before she finds herself in deep trouble, and soon many lives are hanging in the balance . . .
A heartfelt romance from an ever-popular library author.
England, 1937. When Georgie Franklyn's father dies suddenly, leaving a mountain of debt, artistic Georgie accepts James Bartlett's marriage proposal. But theirs is not a love match, and their tentative relationship is complicated by the presence of lonely Muriel, Georgie's stepmother. Then Georgie finds work managing a seaside art gallery and meets Dominic Fraser. She stifles her feelings for Dom, out of loyalty to James, but as the country prepares for war, Georgie and Muriel both determine to seize their last chance at happiness...
A Mariner thriller from Peter Tonkin.
Richard Mariner and his daughter are visiting the Maritime Museum at Chatham when they are caught up in an attempted terrorist attack. Three young marine engineers are arrested for the failed attack and confined to the newly commissioned prison ship, Fleet. But as Richard learns more about the case, a disquieting question develops in his mind: how on earth did these skilled men fail in their mission to blow up the Chatham Dockyards, and why?
A nail-biting thriller from a critically acclaimed and award-winning author.
When White returns to his native Los Angeles to attend the funeral of his old friend R.J. Burrow, who has been brutally murdered, a terrible secret threatens to reveal itself. Twenty-six years earlier, Handy, R.J. and Neal Holden pulled a heist that went horrible awry, and Handys been waiting for it to come back and haunt them ever since. Was the murder linked to the past? Handy knows he cant leave until he finds out for sure . . .
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 . . .
Who'd break in and leave the house untouched.
When Michael and Hilda return from holiday to find two police officers awaiting them, a chaotic series of events ensues. The police have had an anonymous tip-off about child pornography being stored on Michael's computer. It's easy to prove his innocence, but who would do such a thing and why? At the same time it becomes clear that someone was living in the cottage while they were away, and may still be returning. Soon, they decide to take action of their own, with devastating consequences . . .
A Mystery of Medieval Ireland.
1510. A great feast is being held. Into a crowd listening to the story of Balor, the one-eyed god, come two strangers. The younger of the two, Iarla, bears a letter that claims that the wealthy Ardal O'Lochlainn is his true father which Ardal vociferously denies. So when Iarla is found dead, with one eye missing, some think he was killed by the god but most suspect Ardal. Mara, the Brehon 'or lawgiver' of the Burren, is called to investigate.
The stand-alone sequel to Salting the Wound.
1835, England. A married woman, pregnant with her sea-captain lover's child, dies giving birth. The child, Serafina Finn, is abandoned to an orphanage and grows up longing to feel that she belongs somewhere. Eighteen years later, her father, hearing rumours that his lost daughter survived, dispatches a detective, Adam Chapman, to discover the truth. Adam finds, and falls in love with Serafina, but even if he can prove her identity, will her real family accept her? . . .
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?