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 . . .
Murder, intrigue and marriage in the Welsh Marches of old.
When Sir Geoffrey's unpopular brother, Henry, is murdered, he unwillingly inherits Goodrich Castle in the Welsh Marches. Immediately, his sister pushes him towards a marriage that will provide an heir and stability for the family. But when Geoffrey survives attempts on his own life, he wonders whether they are linked to Henry's death, to his potential brides, or even to the rumoured murder of the Duchess of Normandy, as a Welsh revolt against the English looms . . .
A Sir Geoffrey Mappestone mystery.
When the former crusader knight Geoffrey Mappestone and his friend Roger of Durham try to slip out of England to the Holy Land, a ferocious storm destroys the ship they are on and casts them ashore. The two knights are unwillingly thrust into the company of other shipwrecked passengers, and while attempting to evade the unwelcome attention of the more dangerous members of the group, they become unwillingly drawn into a plot to overthrow the king and return England to Saxon rule . . .
An intriguing mystery from this popular author.
James Markham jilts his fiancé for a woman about whom he appears to know very little. Callum Firbank has always been evasive about his childhood, and his wife realizes she knows little about her husband's upbringing or family. Jill Irving has everything she could wish for, but she too has secrets in her past. What links these three very different people, and who is the mysterious stranger whose appearance in their lives seems to cause such terror5 . . .
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 . . .
Bea Abbot is back.
Bea Abbot runs a domestic agency that doesn't 'do' murder. There's nothing sinister about charity-worker Zander's request for her to join him on a visit to his former boss Denzil's widow. But Zander had exposed the financial scam Denzil was running after which Denzil had, unexpectedly, died. Now the dead man's widow is out for Zander's blood, and the paperwork that proves Denzil's guilt is missing. Denzil's computer could provide the answers, but then another death occurs . . .
From the author of the 'John Rawlings' mysteries
The sleepy, eccentric Sussex village of Lakehurst suddenly becomes a place of terror and night shadows. After dark, it is hardly safe to go out, to the consternation of the newly arrived Vicar, trendy young Nick Lawrence, and Inspector Dominic Tennant of the Sussex Police Force. For a serial killer is on the loose: one who leaves notes at the scene of his crimes signed 'The Acting Light of the World' . . .
A 'John Rawlings' Georgian mystery.
Apothecary John Rawlings is summoned to Devon by his beautiful, unpredictable mistress. Leaving his daughter in the good care of her grandfather, Rawlings sets off for Exeter. His fellow stagecoach passengers are a motley crew, and include a talkative German lady, a dance-master, and a bare-knuckle fighter called the 'Black Pyramid'. Before the journey's end a man is found brutally murdered, and Rawlings is drawn into a complex, dangerous intrigue . . .
A nail-biting novel of domestic suspense from a best-selling author.
When Morgan Adair arrives at the small seaside town of West Briar on the Long Island shore, she is looking forward to attending the baptism of her new godson, Drew. Morgan and Drew's mother, Claire, have been friends since childhood, and Morgan was delighted when Claire married the handsome Guy Bolton. But a few days after the christening, Morgan receives a devastating phone call from her friend . . .
A Hannah Ives mystery
Hannah's in paradise, enjoying Bahamian island life. When controversy arises over the construction of a luxury resort that could devastate the coral reef, Hannah dives in. Acts of vandalism, a deadly wildfire, a missing scientist, Hannah suspects a connection, but her investigation stalls when Hurricane Luis slams into the island. Before the skies clear, a dynasty is threatened by a venomous sibling rivalry, environmentalists face-off against progressive island fathers, and death pays a call...