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Inspired by one family's extraordinary wartime story, for anyone enthralled by The Tattooist of Auschwitz1939. Three generations of the Kurc family strive to live normal lives despite the growing hardships they face as Jews. But as war rushes to meet them, they are cast to the wind and must find their way through a devastated continent to freedom.
William Eng, a Chinese-American boy, has lived at Seattle's Sacred Heart Orphanage for five long years. When during a trip to the movies, William glimpses an actress on the silver screen who he believes could be his mother, he becomes determined to find her and attempts to confront the mysteries of his past.
When Dorothy Ruskin, an archeologist, visits the Russell Holmes estate, she leaves in their protection an ancient manuscript. It hints at the possibility that Mary Magdalene was an apostle--an artifact certain to stir up a storm in the Christian establishment. When Ruskin is killed, Russell and Holmes find themselves on the trail of a murderer.
The Panama Hotel in Seattle has been boarded up for decades, but the new owner has made a startling discovery in the basement: belongings stored by Japanese families sent to interment camps during the Second World War. As Henry Lee stands in the crowd he wonders if a link still exists to the girl he lost his young heart to, so many years ago.
Fifteen years old, gawky, egotistical, and recently orphaned, the young Mary Russell displays an intellect to impress even Sherlock Holmes - and match him wit for wit. Under his reluctant tutelage, this very modern twentieth-century woman proves a deft protegee and a fitting partner for the Victorian detective.
Three fearless men are drawn into the endless battles of ancient Rome's Fiery War, fighting for power, for victory, for survival - and above all, for honour.Brennos, the barbarian leader of the Celtic tribes, faces bloody personal consequences when his enemies hatch a vicious assassination plot. Aquila, now fighting for Rome, carries with him his lucky talisman; a golden amulet shaped like an eagle in flight, the only clue to his true identity. And Marcellus, son of Rome's most powerful senator, must find within himself the ability to lead men into battle - and to win.
What do fishermen really get up to when they abandon a warm bed before the crack of dawn, stuff a haversack with tins of assorted maggots, half a hundredweight of pulped bread and a folding campstool, and disappear into the drizzle? Thelwell presents his report.
When Tam Eildor arrives unexpectedly on a remote Scottish island in the year of 1587 after his time machine develops a fault, he quickly finds himself embroiled in the lives of the colourful locals who are trying to escape the tyranny of the greedy Earl Robert Stewart.
October 1943. Nancy Dalton, working at the RAF base at Scampton never intended to complicate wartime life with a romance with Canadian Steve Allard.
Arriving at Warwick Castle, Delchard and Bret are faced by a horrific murder. But this is only the start of their troubles...
A stolen child, a family torn apart, love in all its guises, and anguish, too . . .
When a woman's body is discovered, the husband that she was planning on leaving is immediately the chief suspect. But when Barrister Arthur Skelton is asked to represent the accused he suspects there's more to the victim's death...
With academic disputes, sporting rivalry and a clandestine romance in play, the Railway Detective will have to disentangle the many threads of Pomeroy's life in order to answer the truth of his death.
When a rider is murdered during a horse race in Woodstock, Delchard and Bret get drawn into the investigation.
When a young girl is killed by a snake bite, her community in Canterbury is devastated. Delchard and Bret arrive to settle a land dispute but when clues suggest that the girl was actually murdered, the situation becomes a lot more complicated.
In the war-torn lands of Yorkshire lives a wealthy merchant in his castle. When an imposter tries to sneak into the castle and is killed by bloodthirsty lions, Delchard and Bret determine to find out what he had been searching for .
When Owen Sheen and DC Aoife McCusker receive a note from a retired PSNI cop who has gone missing, their search for him leads them down a dangerous road.
1898, Glasgow. A man is found stabbed to death but the police are struggling to grasp any leads. Can Juan Cameron, photographer-cum-sleuth, bring to light what the eye may overlook?
When a famous Vlogger is killed during a live broadcast, Detective Jake Porter must find the murderer. But as more information is discovered about his wife's killer, can he keep his mind on the task?
1940, London. DI Edgar Coburg and Sergeant Ted Lamson are called in to investigate a murder at the Ritz Hotel.
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.
Things are all set for a fantastic Christmas in the Slocombe house, but then a local lady disappears, relationships are put to the test, and there's a death.
When Ricolde, 'the finest whore in Worcester', is found butchered on an island a few miles up the River Severn, can Bradecote and Catchpoll discover the killer's identity?
June 1144. When a naked corpse is discovered, Bradecote, Catchpoll and Walkelin try to confirm his identity, but it seems as though a lot of folk want to keep the truth hidden.
In the summer of 1976, young John Saunders disappeared in Woolwich Foot Tunnel. Forty-two years later he re-emerges, complete with an American accent. Whilst a DNA test confirms his identity, his story does not ring true... what really happened and why has he come back?
Rescued after hours in the freezing water clinging onto the wreckage of her yacht, Clara Conner wakes up in a Dover hospital with hazy memories of the accident that put her there. Patrick, her husband, is missing, presumably killed by the explosion that tore the Connemara apart.
1144. When a man is found stabbed to death, he provides the link tying together several seemingly random deaths. But with a multitude of suspects, who's to blame?
When Hugh Bradecote's betrothed and her escorts are captured by a bloodthirsty renegade whilst on a pilgrimage, it is up to Bradecote and Catchpoll to rescue them before it is too late.