Ellie Quicke is back.
Ellie and her new husband Thomas are called to deal with student Ursula, who has staged a sit-in at church. Ursula challenges Ellie to solve three mysteries: a broken engagement, a disappearance and a death. As she investigates, Ellie suspects there is more to these events than anyone is admitting. Soon she finds her own friends and family targeted, as a powerful group hunts her down . . .
The second book in the new Paladino and Lang mystery series from the author of the Deets Shanahan mysteries.
Sweet William, a professional companion to the wealthy, needs help. A famous, but not beloved, novelist is found dead, and William is the prime suspect. His only recourse is for the real murderer to be found. Working from an impressive list of suspects, all whose secrets were to be revealed in the victim's unpublished tell-all memoir, Carly Paladino and Noah Lang stir up serious trouble on their hunt for the missing manuscript and the murderer . . .
A Lambert and Hook mystery.
When small-time drug dealer Darren Chivers narrowly escapes a police arrest, he begins to develop a different sort of criminal activity. Blackmail proves lucrative, but ultimately lethal. As Chief Superintendent Lambert and DS Hook interview the dead man's contacts, secrets tumble out as the investigation progresses and the solution to the puzzle is as startling as it is shocking . . .
An English Civil War novel from a highly-acclaimed author.
London, 1647. Lucy Wentor, a young lady who was attacked by soldiers during the civil war, and then rejected by her sweetheart, hopes to start her life afresh in the capital with her uncle and aunt. London, however, is in chaos and her once well-to-do uncle is now almost bankrupt. Unwilling to go home, Lucy finds a job in publishing and excitement, love and independence soon follow . . .
A Detective Sam Becket Thriller.
In Miami Beach, all hell is breaking loose. First, a swimmer makes a gruesome discovery, and then the city is rocked by an explosion. Detective Sam Becket has a vicious killer to find, and his only lead is a local who's seen a frightening stranger: a young man, silver from head to toe, shimmering in the night. But nothing can prepare Sam for what the killer has in store. . .
A thrilling Sukey Reynolds mystery.
DC Sukey Reynolds reports a man acting suspiciously, but on investigation her suspicions seem to be groundless. Then the man is killed in a road accident. Meanwhile, Sukey is sent to deal with the gruesome discovery of a woman's dismembered body. Sukey's hunch that the two cases are connected is brushed aside, but could a coded reference to a Greek god, and a Chinese tattoo meaning death hold the answers?
A Max Rydal Military Mystery.
During an intense heatwave, the West Wiltshire Regiment engage in a military exercise but at it's conclusion, Private John Smith is missing. Smith's sergeant is adamant he's gone AWOL, but then the Special Investigation Branch receive a chilling anonymous phone call. Military detectives Max Rydal and Tom Black are called in to investigate and then Dan Farley, the new Platoon Commander, also disappears . . .
The tenth Milt Kovak mystery from this best-selling author.
Strange things are happening in Prophesy County. First, Deputy Dalton Pettigrew disappears on a mysterious date in Tulsa. His sister goes to rescue him, only to disappear herself. She'd left her middle child, Eli, in the care of Jean, the sheriff's wife, but now he's missing too. Who is the mysterious Dr Emil Hawthorne, and why is he out to get Jean? Can Milt Kovak find Eli before it's too late?
The first in a fascinating new series combining mystery and genealogy.
Keen family history researcher Suzie Fewings is delighted when she discovers an ancestor with the same name as her teenage son. But what she finds out about the seventeenth-century Thomas casts a darker shadow than she expected. Then her own Tom's girlfriend is found dead in mysterious circumstances, and Suzie finds it hard to suppress her growing fears that Tom has inherited more than a name from his predecessor...
The eagerly-awaited second novel in the Family Feud series.
Frances Danby has spent the Second World War years longing for her husband Marcus to return. When he does, she is disappointed. Marcus has become withdrawn and begins to drink heavily. She fears for her marriage, particularly when her father-in-law makes unwelcome advances to her. She must face tragedy ahead. Meanwhile, her sister Emily is living happily under Lord Vane's roof, but Vane's wife is jealous of Emily's child. Will she reveal the secret she knows could tear the family apart? . . .