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  • - The bestselling Victorian mystery series
    by Edward (Author) Marston
    £14.49

    1862. A goods train is going through the Sapperton Tunnel when it hits a makeshift pen of sheep inexplicably set up near the exit. The animals are slaughtered by the impact whilst the train hits a pile of rocks and is derailed, seriously injuring the occupants. Inspector Colbeck is called in to investigate.

  • by Carrie Doyle
    £6.99

  • - A stylishly evocative whodunnit
    by Ashley (Author) Weaver
    £12.49

    With her husband away on business, Amory Ames is alone at her country house Thornecrest, preparing for the arrival of their baby. When a woman appears also claiming to be Milo's wife, Amory is sure there must be a mistake, but with secret identities, whirlwind romances, and a murder, suddenly events are spiralling out of control.

  • by Sara Foster
    £7.99

  • by James Stejskal
    £12.49

    The CIA's most valuable spy has been compromised. Only an unconventional secret Army unit has any chance of safely extracting him from East Berlin. The Cold War is about to turn hot.

  • by David Stafford
    £12.49

    Arthur Skelton, a celebrated barrister, agrees to defend Mary Dutton, dubbed 'The Collingford Poisoner' by the press. But Skelton soon discovers that all is not as it appears.

  • by Catherine Bruns
    £6.99

  • - The intriguing wartime murder mystery
    by Mike Hollow
    £7.99

    Among the debris of the night raid, the body of a young woman is found. She has been strangled. As D.I. Jago investigates, he discovers a web of deception, betrayal and romance.

  • - The intricate wartime murder mystery
    by Mike Hollow
    £7.99

    On the first night of the Blitz, the body of local Justice of the Peace Charles Villiers is found in the back of a van, but a bomb destroys the evidence. As DI Jago does some investigations, it appears that many people may have wanted Villiers dead.

  • - A Cambridge Wartime Mystery
    by Jim (Author) Kelly
    £7.99

    1940. After a bombing in Cambridge, D I Eden Brooke finds the body of Nora Wylde, two fingers on her left hand severed. When Nora's granddaughter goes missing, Brooke's suspicions are aroused.

  • - A whodunnit that will keep you guessing
    by Jim (Author) Eldridge
    £7.99

    After the murder of an unidentifiable woman at the Manchester Museum, Daniel Wilson and Abigail Fenton are sent in to investigate.

  • - A Gripping Crime Mystery Full Of Twists
    by Faith Martin
    £7.49

    The fifth book in the best-selling DI Hillary Greene series, Murder in the Family sees DI Hillary Greene Putting the pursuit of justice over internal politics - and passed over for a promotion as a result.

  • - The thrilling historical whodunnit
    by Jim (Author) Eldridge
    £14.49

    When the Natural History Museum hires Daniel Wilson and Abigail Fenton to investigate the destruction of a fossilised dinosaur skeleton, they are slightly reluctant- vandalism is not their speciality. But then an attendant in the dinosaur room is found murdered.

  • - A Hamptons Murder Mystery
    by Carrie Doyle
    £6.99

  • by Joy Ellis
    £7.49

    The sixth book in the best-selling Jackman & Evans series, The Patient Man follows DI Rowan Jackman and DS Marie Evans as they finally come face to face with Alistair Ashcroft, the elusive serial killer. Set in the atmospheric Lincolnshire Fens, it draws on local knowledge of the area and expert research into police procedure

  • - A Seaside Cafe Mystery #4
    by Bree Baker
    £13.99

  • by Ellie Alexander
    £7.49

    After finding her father's old case notes, sets out of solve a crime from the 1980s. The most delicious installment yet!

  • - A Meg Langslow Mystery
    by Donna Andrews
    £7.49

    A new side-splitting Meg Langslow mystery from award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of Toucan Keep a Secret.

  • by Faith Martin
    £7.49

    A would-be politician is found battered to death in the kitchen of his Oxfordshire home. His wife's alibi is full of holes and there'sanother woman in the picture. His seemingly mild-mannered political rival can't seem to place himself at the time of death either. DI Hillary Greene is called in to get to the bottom of this perplexing murder.

  • - The enthralling Tuscan mystery
    by Camilla Trinchieri
    £12.49

    Set in the heart of the Tuscan wine country, Murder in Chianti introduces Nico Doyle, a former NYPD homicide detective who's just looking for space to grieve when he finds himself pulled into a local murder investigation.

  • by Joy Ellis
    £7.49

    When a crime wave hits town, Detectives Jackman and Evans must take on a fiendish criminal, while still haunted by Alistair Ashcroft, the serial killer they never caught. The target is a highly sought-after brand of streetwear called Hybrid X, clothing that costs a fortune and resells for unbelievable prices.

  • by Joy Ellis
    £7.49

    Detective Inspector Nikki Galena has nothing left to lose. She's seen a girl die in her arms and her daughter will never leave the hospital again - she will stop at nothing to avenge her daughter.

  • by Joy Ellis
    £7.49

    Detective Inspector Rowan Jackman faces the most difficult case of his life. His sister-in-law, Sarah, disappears to London and throws herself into the river. As a woman with a seemingly happy home life and two beloved sons, what drove her to this?

  • - "a gripping book full of twists and turns..."
    by Ann Gosslin
    £7.99

  • by Faith Martin
    £7.49

    Meet DI HILLARY GREENE, a policewoman struggling to save her career and catch criminals. Flo Jenkins is found murdered inher armchair, a paperknife sticking out of her chest. The old woman was well liked and nothing seems to have been stolen fromher home. And it was common knowledge that she only had weeks to live. Why kill a dying woman?

  • by Zoe Somerville
    £13.99

    A literary thriller set during the devastating North Sea flood of 1953, in which a love triangle turns murderous.

  • - John the Carpenter (Book 4)
    by Chris Nickson
    £8.49

    Fourth title in the gripping medieval mystery series set in Chesterfield

  • - A Staffordshire Mystery
    by Mary Kelly
    £6.49

    Staffordshire in the 1950s. Within the clay tanks at the pottery company Shentall's, a body has been found. Amid cries of industrial espionage and sabotage of this leader of the pottery industry, there is a case of bitter murder to solve for Inspector Hedley Nicholson.

  • - An Alpine Mystery
    by Carol Carnac
    £9.49

    In London's Bloomsbury, Inspector Julian Rivers of Scotland Yard looks down at a dismal scene. Here is the victim, burnt to a crisp. Here are the clues - clues which point to a good climber and expert skier, and which lead Rivers to the piercing sunshine and sparkling snow of the Austrian Alps to crack the case.

  • by Richard Major
    £9.49

    Few other Cambridge Fellows have quite Felix's experience of life, or of death. Now he takes a break from his unofficial role as assassin of choice to the British Establishment to right some wrongs and eliminate some rival killers on his own account.

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