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  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

    Arthur Conan Doyle

    Britse detectives An Apple Books Classic You get not one, not two, but 25 gripping mysteries in Arthur Conan Doyle’s first of five collections of Sherlock Holmes short stories. Follow the brilliant and eccentric Holmes and his loyal sidekick, Dr. Watson, as they journey to lavish country estates to investigate baffling cases involving indiscreet royal affairs, cheetahs, redheads, and gypsies. Every one of Conan Doyle’s tales is full of surprising - but always logical - twists. (Fun fact: This book includes “The Speckled Band,” the author’s self-proclaimed favorite of all of his Sherlock Holmes short stories.)
  • Murder on the Orient Express Teaching Guide

    Agatha Christie & Amy Jurskis

    Britse detectives To help teachers decide if Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express is right for their students, we’ve created this free e-book that features sample chapters from the book and a teaching guide.
  • Sherlock Holmes - Novels

    Arthur Conan Doyle

    Detectives en thrillers Classical Sherlock Holmes novels, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: - A Study In Scarlet - The Sign Of The Four - The Hound Of The Baskervilles - The Valley Of Fear Original illustrations included
  • The Hound of the Baskervilles

    Arthur Conan Doyle

    Detectives en thrillers The terrible spectacle of the beast, the fog of the moor, the discovery of a body, this classic horror story pits detective against dog. When Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead on the wild Devon moorland with the footprints of a giant hound nearby, the blame is placed on a family curse. It is left to Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson to solve the mystery of the legend of the phantom hound before Sir Charles' heir comes to an equally gruesome end.
  • Sherlock Holmes und das Tal des Grauens

    Arthur Conan Doyle

    Detectives en thrillers Vollständig überarbeitete, korrigierte und illustrierte Fassung (HD) Das Tal des Grauens (Originaltitel: The Valley of Fear) ist der vierte Roman von Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in dem die Figuren Sherlock Holmes und Dr. Watson auftauchen. Sherlock Holmes erhält eine Nachricht von einem Informanten, der eng mit seinem Erzfeind Professor Moriarty zusammenarbeitet. Holmes soll sofort nach Birlstone in Sussex kommen. Dort soll er einen gewissen Douglas schützen. Doch kurz darauf berichtet ein Beamter des Scotland Yards, dass Douglas auf entsetzliche Weise ermordet wurde. Holmes und Watson brechen auf. Werden sie dabei auf Moriarty treffen? "Wenn Sie aber Moriarty einen Verbrecher nennen, so begehen Sie damit im Sinne des Gesetzes eine Beleidigung, und darin gerade liegt der eigenartige Reiz der ganzen Sache. Der größte Bösewicht aller Zeiten, der Organisator teuflischer Verbrechen, das geistige Haupt der Unterwelt - ein Kopf, der ein ganzes Volk zum Guten oder Bösen lenken könnte, da
  • The Murder at Sissingham Hall

    Clara Benson

    Britse detectives "It's absolutely delightful, and I would recommend it to anyone who's a fan of Sarah Caudwell, or Agatha Christie, or anyone who loves really clever British murder mysteries set in the '20s."  - Gillian Flynn, author of  Gone Girl . On his return from South Africa, Charles Knox is invited to spend the weekend at the country home of Sir Neville Strickland, whose beautiful wife Rosamund was once Knox's fiancee. But in the dead of night Sir Neville is murdered. Who did it? As suspicion falls on each of the house guests in turn, Knox finds himself faced with deception and betrayal on all sides, and only the enigmatic Angela Marchmont seems to offer a solution to the mystery. This 1920s whodunit will delight all fans of traditional country house murder stories.
  • Ice Blue

    Emma Jameson

    Britse detectives The New York Times Bestselling Series "What made this ebook such pleasurable reading was not the murder or even the Police procedure, but the rather wonderful cast of characters that the author, Emma Jameson, has created to populate her world. In the space of about 184 pages, Emma has managed to give us a whole collection of individuals, each very nicely rounded out and real. Even very minor players - such as the tall PC who finds the pistol seems to be alive and obviously has a life outside the book." -- Tony Cole, eBookanoid.com Anthony Hetheridge, ninth Baron of Wellegrave, Chief Superintendent for New Scotland Yard, never married, no children, no pets, no hobbies, and not even an interesting vice, will turn sixty in three weeks. With the exception of his chosen career, too sordid for his blue-blooded family to condone, his life has been safe and predictable. But then he meets Detective Sergeant Kate Wakefield – beautiful, willful, and nearly half his age. When Hetheridge saves t
  • Hilda Hopkins, Murder, She Knit #1

    Vivienne Fagan

    Britse detectives Nobody suspects little old ladies of doing bad things... like sedating their house guests and strangling them with a machine knitted garrotte! Hilda Hopkins hits the road and outwits the police and everyone chasing her, but no one can run forever, especially not at her age and in those stockings! Hilda can't help knitting a lifelike effigy of each of her 'Gentlemen' and it could be her passion for wool brings her undone.
  • Raina Sun Mystery Boxed Set Vol 1

    Anne R. Tan

    Detectives en thrillers This set includes the first 3 books in the Raina Sun Mystery Series. For readers who like cozy mysteries, quirky characters, a dash of humor, and Chinese-American culture. Raining Men and Corpses  Graduate student Raina Sun is on a quest to collect an outstanding loan from her college advisor. When she stumbles on his dead body, she becomes the prime suspect. And the only man she ever loved reappears as the lead detective and wants to reignite their passion (or at least he's sending out smoke signals). She must summon her sleuthing skills to find this cunning killer before she becomes the next victim. There's no place for an amateur when it comes to murder... Gusty Lovers and Cadavers Graduate student Raina Sun thought she knew what she was getting herself into when she volunteered to take the new foreign exchange student shopping on the last weekend before Christmas. But between a riot for the last hot toy, an abandoned baby, and a dead body, the holiday turns into a season for
  • Chef Maurice and a Spot of Truffle

    J.A. Lang

    Detectives en thrillers “They say one should never trust a thin chef. By this measure, Chef Maurice was very trustworthy indeed.” Take one sleepy Cotswold village, mix in one Poirot-esque murder mystery, add a larger-than-life French chef with an appetite for solving crime, and season with clues and red herrings galore . . .   It’s autumn in the Cotswolds, and Chef Maurice is facing a problem of mushrooming proportion. Not only has his wild herb and mushroom supplier, Ollie Meadows, missed his weekly delivery—he’s missing vital signs too, when he turns up dead in the woods near Beakley village. Soon, Chef Maurice is up to his nose in some seriously rotten business—complete with threatening notes, a pignapping, and an extremely well-catered stake-out. Can he solve Ollie’s murder before his home-made investigation brings the killer out for second helpings?
  • The Curious Case of the Broken Window

    Bryan M. Porter

    Britse detectives It is July 25, 1864 when the good inspector James Wright is called to the chief inspector, as a murder suspect has asked for him by name. Unsure of what could be afoot, the inspector finds his good friend and sometimes ally the Count of Samerand cuffed in irons for the murder of a man. The count faces death if proven guilty, and the obvious affection the have for each other does not help the matter. How will the count save himself before he meets his end?
  • Ethan Justice: Origins

    Simon Jenner

    Detectives en thrillers In the morning, he's struggling to remember. By the evening, he's struggling to survive. John Smith's risk avoidance policy just expired! Waking up beside the gorgeous Savannah Jones, John is shocked to learn she was for hire, and he can't pay the price - a thousand pounds or broken legs. In desperation, he turns to best friend, Mark, for the money. Only one problem - Mark has a dagger in his back. John and Savannah are plunged into a dangerous world where wits and adrenaline are their only weapons and trust in each other their only certainty. As the body count mounts, they discover Mark wasn't the person John thought, and his terrifying invention may well end up killing thousands, John and Savannah included. A race to recover the missing invention pits the unlikely pairing against ex-SAS psychopath, Gregory Fisher, a man who will stop at nothing and kill anyone in his way to wreak revenge against the Government who stole his livelihood. When Smith and Jones team up, the result is exp
  • An Addendum to the Affair of the Dog That Did Not Bark.

    Philip van Wulven

    Britse detectives Some revelations by Dr Watson of hitherto undisclosed details in the resolution of this interesting case.
  • The Honeymoon Homicide

    J. R. Mathis & Susan Mathis

    Detectives en thrillers Enjoy this Small-Town Murder Mystery Featuring A Unique Sleuthing Couple I'm Father Tom Greer, a Catholic Priest in a small-town parish who never expected this . . . When I came to Myerton to take over as pastor of Saint Clare's Catholic Church, I never expected to run into a woman I loved in college twenty years ago . . . I never expected that woman to be the police detective who solved my first wife's murder–and saved my life in the process . . .  I never expected to fall in love with her all over again . . . Most of all, I never, ever expected to receive permission from the Holy Father to marry her . . .  But that's what happened to me. So after a wonderful wedding and a honeymoon cruise with my new wife, we're looking forward to another week together, just the two of us. But instead, we have to go back home, to Myerton.  You see, my deacon's been murdered, and I have a hurting flock to tend to. I'm Helen Parr Greer, Chief of Police in a small-town police departmen
  • The Penitent Priest

    J. R. Mathis & Susan Mathis

    Detectives en thrillers My wife died in my arms, the victim of a nameless killer's bullet. I should have died with her. But God had other plans for me.  Fifteen years later, I'm back where it all happened. I just want to forget, but the past won't leave me alone. Now, I'm asking a woman who I left broken-hearted twenty years before to catch my wife's killer. I'm Father Tom Greer, a Catholic priest, and I'm playing with fire. Don't miss this first book in a new murder mystery thriller series in the tradition of the Golden Age of Detective Fiction, introducing Father Tom Greer, a 21st Century Father Brown. Now includes a preview of The Framed Father, Book 2 of The Father Tom Mysteries!
  • Mercy & Mayhem: A Medical Cozy Mystery

    Ava Mallory

    Detectives en thrillers Death is natural. Murder isn't. Mercy loves her job. Traveling is the fun part. New coworkers aren't. She thinks she knows what's in store for her at a Nebraska nursing home. But within hours of her arrival, a man is dead, and she's in way over her head. Sheriff Charlie Wagner is a no-nonsense guy. When he's called to investigate a suspicious death, it doesn't take long to figure out the situation is anything but ordinary, including the chatty, quick-tempered traveling nurse. He needs to find the murderer. She needs to prove her innocence. Will they succeed? Find out in this medical cozy mystery with small town charm and laugh-out-loud amateur sleuthing!
  • Enigma

    Wolf Black

    Britse detectives This book is a good old-fashioned read. Pure and simple. When a serial killer starts preying on young mothers, it’s up to Love, and his sophisticated partner Stuart Le Fanu, to employ their MI6 state-of-the-art equipment along with good old-fashioned detective skills to discover the identity of the killer before he can strike again. Enigma has the obligatory twists and turns leading up to a hair-raising yet humorous car chase through the stylish streets of south Kensington, London, in addition to placing the reader unreservedly in touch with real life. And that’s the crux. Wolf Black has stepped into his character’s shoes and brought them to life. He’s lived them, breathed them, adored them and argued with them. He clothed his characters with authentic attire right down to the sexy underwear hidden underneath their fashionable and not so stylish outerwear. His fictitious photographic Nicéphore test has its roots based in reality. It’s named in honour after the Frenchman who
  • Cold Press - A Gripping British Mystery Thriller

    David Bradwell

    Detectives en thrillers A fashion photographer. A cub reporter. The missing persons story of a lifetime… London, 1993. Trainee investigative journalist Danny Churchill would do anything for his boss. And teaming up with her on what she promises will be the ultimate exposé has Danny’s pulse racing. But his excitement turns to dread when she vanishes and the detectives suspect murder. Budding shutterbug Anna Burgin has a secret crush on her flatmate, Danny. So when she feels his pain over his missing mentor, the feisty woman leaps in with both feet to help Danny crack the case. But she’s soon risking more than her heart when a hunt for clues plunges them both headfirst into danger. Criss-crossing the country in search of his idol, Danny and Anna uncover a sinister trail of revenge. And just when they think they know which of her criminal enemies may be responsible, they find themselves targeted by corrupt police officials. Can Danny and Anna break the story of the century before they end up in the obitu
  • Murder in Hatterton Crow

    Ormolu Mockingbird

    Britse detectives Gretchen is an assistant at The Great Beyond funeral home in the village of Hatterton Crow, and she is not having a good day. Her father is having one of his 'prescient turns' again, her mother is planning a trip to Spain with her informal ladies' society, and to cap it all the village baker, Ben Tonkins, has died, which means that Gretchen will be bereft of her favourite dense, jammy sponge cakes. And there is something entirely fishy about Ben's death that sits ill with the intrepid mortician. And what's worse is that Gretchen's solemn and sensible boss, the honey-voiced Carmel, seems to have come down with a case of the crazies, botching the embalming process on Ben, and getting wildly smashed on vodka before bashing both Gretchen and another villager, Rosie Tawber, with a cricket bat. But Gretchen knows Carmel, and she knows that cricket was never her game, so she sets out with the help and hindrance of the villagers to discover who, exactly, is the murderer in their midst - and w
  • Het geheim van de klokkenmaker

    Jack Benton

    Detectives en thrillers Een begraven klok blijkt de sleutel tot een jaren oud mysterie. John "Slim" Hardy, de uit de gratie gevallen ex-soldaat die nu privédetective is, vindt tijdens zijn vakantie die bedoeld was om te ontsnappen aan de nachtmerries van zijn vorige zaak, iets dat onder de turf van Bodmin Moor begraven ligt. De oude klok is niet helemaal afgewerkt en heeft waterschade geleden, maar tikt nog en blijkt een cruciaal spoor te zijn naar een onopgeloste verdwijningszaak. Slim begint vragen te stellen in het kleine dorpje Penleven in Cornwall en raakt zo verwikkeld in een wereld van leugens, roddels en geheimen die de bewoners liever begraven gelaten hadden. Drieëntwintig jaar eerder verliet een teruggetrokken klokkenmaker zijn atelier met zijn laatste, onafgewerkte klok bij zich in de richting van Bodmin Moor. Hij verdween. Slim is vastbesloten uit te zoeken waarom. Het geheim van de klokkenmaker is het adembenemende vervolg op het succesvolle debuut van Jack Benton, De man bij de zee.
  • Death’s Door

    Paul Finch

    Detectives en thrillers A new short story from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Stalkers, with an exclusive first look at the newest book, Kiss of Death! Obsession makes the heart grow fonder . . . When a stalking case lands on DS ‘Heck’ Heckenburg’s desk it seems pretty straightforward. But when Heck discovers that the victim lives in the same house that a young woman was brutally murdered in six years earlier, instinct tells him that it’s not so simple after all. Before long Heck is entangled in something far more dangerous than he had expected. In a race against the clock, can Heck and Gemma stop history from repeating itself – or will they end up getting caught in the crossfire? The Sunday Times bestseller returns with a heart pounding short story that fans of M.J. Arlidge and Stuart MacBride won’t be able to put down. Reviews ‘Edge-of-the-seat reading…Heck is formidable – a British Alex Cross.’ SUN ‘Wonderfully dark and peppered with grim humour. Finch is a born storyteller a
  • Come What May

    Larry Darter

    Detectives en thrillers A tale of deceit, betrayal, dark choices, and murder that reviewers describe as "gripping," "full of suspense and thrills," and "hard to put down." Inspired by a shocking true story, Come What May, the debut book in the Malone private investigator detective mystery series, is a high-stakes thrill ride through the gritty underbelly of the City of Angels and a look at the darker side of human nature. Ben Malone is a veteran Los Angeles Police detective with a bright future ahead of him. Or so he thought until he is caught up in a run of bad luck and his life starts falling apart. The worst of it, his unfortunate entanglement in a spate of fatal on-duty shootings at a time when activists are protesting the use of deadly force by police and rioting all over the country. On edge and questioning his judgment, Malone's LAPD superiors speculate that he may be too quick to use deadly force. Relieved from street duty, Malone is sequestered in Robbery-Homicide Division's Cold Case Homicide Secti
  • From the Ashes

    Sabrina Flynn

    Detectives en thrillers A gentleman detective and a headstrong heiress clash in a battle of wits. Murder, mayhem, and a dash of romance in Victorian San Francisco.  An "action-packed mystery" (Kirkus Reviews) that's first in a series! Atticus Riot is a gambler turned detective who put away his magnifying glass after the death of his partner. But when the forty-year-old bachelor returns to San Francisco to finalize his early retirement, he's soon drawn into a dizzying search for a missing heiress. Mrs. Isobel Kingston is a singular woman who disappears under circumstances as murky as the ever-present fog. To find out what became of her, Riot's powers of deduction will be tested and he'll be forced to confront his own troubled past. A  suspenseful Victorian mystery  with a  strong female lead  and a  romantic detective duo  in San Francisco's lawless Barbary Coast. Fans of Laurie R. King, Deanna Raybourn, and C.S. Harris will love this  thrilling historical mystery
  • Exercise Is Murder

    Bruce Hammack

    Britse detectives Exercise Is Murder introduces blind former homicide detective, Steve Smiley and his new partner in this classic private detective mystery series readers describe as "a multi-layered whodunit" and "briskly paced with lots of clues and suspects."  Accidental drowning… or murder? It's up to the blind detective to find out. Found at the bottom of his exercise pool, police believe the death of Steve Smiley's friend is an accident. Smiley doesn't buy it. There are a lot of things a blind man can do, but solve a murder alone isn't one of them. He needs a partner… one who knows their way around a crime scene. In walks Heather McBlythe. She can help him solve the crime, but can she keep him out of danger? Steve doesn't have a choice. Without her help someone will get away with murder. Armed with years of experience as a homicide detective and his new partner, Smiley sets out to find a killer. He knows he's on the right trail when a bullet whizzes past his ear. Will Steve resurrec
  • Death by Peanuts

    C A Shepherd

    Detectives en thrillers Acne-ridden Christian detective, Mark 'Pizza' Parlour, must find the killer among his own congregation when an ex-serviceman slumps head-first into a plate of chocolate eclairs at the Church Council meeting. But the murderer appears to have ascended into thin air. This is the first in the DI 'Pizza' Parlour series. Review: I really enjoyed this. Don't be put off by the Christian detective and church setting - it' s very much taking a potshot at ridiculous pompous Christian types whilst not being offensive about the faith. It was very cleverly done. Lots of red herrings but plausible, which is what you want from a Whodunnit to avoid feeling fobbed off. Heartily recommended.
  • Death of a Celebrity

    Eleanor Calder

    Detectives en thrillers “The pages turn themselves in this delightful cozy mystery. Full of fun, laughter, warm characters and a strong female sleuth. Its amazing twists and turns will keep you guessing until the end!” Former Bestselling mystery writer turned innkeeper, Harriet Rose arrives in Sandy Creek, Cape Cod only to find herself at the center of a world famous celebrity murder case. When her friend is accused, Harriet must uncover the clues, secrets and lies that lead to the identity of the murderer. With the help of her dog, Bentley and her crazy friend and co-worker, Libby, Harriet must race against time to catch the perpetrator before they get away with another murder. Note: You won't find any cursing, gore or sex in this book. If you are searching for a traditional cozy mystery set in a coastal town that will keep you turning pages, this is the series for you! Harriet Rose Mystery books are full novels with an enticing mystery to solve. They are all stand alone reads. The following books are b
  • Mud Pie

    Emma Lee Bole

    Britse detectives A tale of rugby, puddings and murder. Ingredients: 1 handful of illegal drugs, 1 twelve-inch chef's knife, 1 blood-stained handkerchief, 6 rugby forwards and half a motorbike. When well stirred by Lannie Herron, a young chef on the run, these make a deadly mixture. One of the players at the rugby club where she's found refuge may be a killer - but which one? .
  • The Hound of the Baskervilles

    Arthur Conan Doyle

    Britse detectives The Hound of the Baskervilles is the third of the crime novels written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle featuring the detective Sherlock Holmes. Originally serialised in The Strand Magazine from August 1901 to April 1902, it is set largely on Dartmoor in Devon in England's West Country and tells the story of an attempted murder inspired by the legend of a fearsome, diabolical hound of supernatural origin. Sherlock Holmes and his companion Dr. Watson investigate the case. This was the first appearance of Holmes since his intended death in "The Final Problem", and the success of The Hound of the Baskervilles led to the character's eventual revival. In 2003, the book was listed as number 128 of 200 on the BBC'sThe Big Read poll of the UK's "best-loved novel." In 1999, it was listed as the top Holmes novel, with a perfect rating from Sherlockian scholars of 100. Excerpt from Wikipedia, ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’
  • Too Far to Fall

    Shane Sawyer

    Detectives en thrillers A pretty little town An inheritance A break-in A body Edie Doyle may be new in town, but she's about to uncover long-held secrets. Secrets someone will do anything to protect. When her Great Aunt Jane dies, Edie inherits her house—and a load of trouble. The frozen corpse is just the beginning. Can she trust her binocular-wielding neighbour, or the handsome pub owner? And what about the motives of a dead woman? Jane abandoned her when she was a child. Why make Edie her heir now? As the threats get personal and the danger grows, Edie discovers that someone wants her gone—by any means necessary. But she has secrets of her own, and she won't leave until she's ready. Delving into the past is always dangerous. This time, it could be deadly. Too Far to Fall was long listed for the Crime Writers' Association Debut Dagger Award, and shortlisted for the Crime Writers of Canada's Unhanged Arthur Ellis Award.  This is the first book in the Edie Doyle Mystery series—for fans o
  • The Spider's Banquet

    Julius Falconer

    Detectives en thrillers A young woman goes to an isolated Warwickshire monastery to visit her brother, who is a monk there. Her sister drops her off at the door. The girl meets her brother in the parlour; they say goodbye and part; and she is never seen again. A search of the buildings and grounds finally reveals her body buried in a shallow grave in the monastery cemetery. The monks, however, have a cast-iron alibi: they were all in chapel at the time of her death. Then the abbot receives a mysterious telephone-call. A man’s voice threatens to hand evidence of the murder to the police – and so incriminate one of the monks - unless the monastery puts up for public auction its most treasured possession, a unique mediaeval manuscript, and donates the proceeds to charity. Is this blackmail or a hoax? As the events unfold, the inspector and his sergeant become less and less sure of what is fact and what is fiction, and the inspector begins to fear for his newly-won promotion. The case takes him to a castle i
  • WALKING INTO MURDER: Book One of the Laura Morland Mystery series

    Joan Lambert

    Britse detectives Walking into Murder is a cozy mystery with a strong setting and distinctive characters: wonderfully appealing amateur sleuth Laura Morland, a Professor of Gender Studies; a country manor full of British eccentrics, and the Cotswolds, site of Laura’s planned walking tour through England’s quaintest villages and most verdant countryside. Still smarting from her husband’s unexpected (though not entirely unwelcome) defection, Laura accepts an invitation to teach a seminar on gender in London. First, she decides to test her new independence by walking the Cotswold Way. The walk soon takes unexpected turns. Lost in thick fog, Laura is accosted by a man who may or may not be a murderer but forces her to pose as his wife lest someone be killed. Escorted at gunpoint to Torrington Manor by an aristocratic Englishman, she is confronted by a formidable grande dame, an outrageously rude child and a houseful of other eccentrics. When she discovers a dead body that keeps changing its identity
  • Murder On The Brazos

    Bruce Hammack

    Detectives en thrillers He has no badge and no authority, in a county full of corruption, drugs and murder. When Fen Maguire left office as sheriff nine months ago Newman County was clean and safe. But the dead drug dealer found floating down the river says things may be changing… and not for the better. Fire engulfs the dead man's home, and all evidence points to the new sheriff's father. Fen, however, knows there's more to this case than a drug deal gone bad. When he discovers a stash of drugs and a coded notebook, Fen launches his own investigation into the murder. Can he uncover the layers of corruption in his beloved county? Or will this be one time justice doesn't prevail? Fen Maguire is a man who values truth and justice, and is willing to fight for it. A clean read, whodunit mystery, Murder On The Brazos is the first book of The Fen Maguire Mystery series. No foul language, gore, sex or violence!
  • Widowmere

    Emma Lee Bole

    Britse detectives The sun sets over Windermere. An artist is sketching on the shore; nearby, a beautiful young widow fills her pockets with stones and wades out into the lake... The artist, Eden, is in England's Lake District looking for a new start. Now she finds that deceit and death lie waiting in the shadow of the hills.
  • The Cedar Face

    Carole Pitt

    Britse detectives When Keith Wilson, an art teacher at Grasmere Academy is murdered, DI Elizabeth Jewell expects to lead the investigation. Within hours, her new boss DCI Liam Yeats takes over and excludes both her and Sergeant Patterson from the case without giving a valid reason. However, Yeats's policy is short lived when he realises alienating Jewell and her team is counterproductive. Jacob Morven, a Canadian citizen from a remote area of North-Western British Columbia is the prime suspect. Although the evidence against him points to his guilt, DI Jewell has doubts. Keith Wilson, the victim, had boasted of a change in his fortune, implying he was about to receive a substantial amount of money. With this in mind, Jewell looks further afield for other suspects. As the mystery deepens, Jewell and Patterson look back almost three hundred years to the origins of a lost artefact. Amidst escalating dissent at Park Road HQ, Elizabeth tackles yet another problem. Where is her previous boss, DCS Daly and is
  • A Secondhand Lie

    Pamela Crane

    Britse detectives Sometimes you know things you’re not supposed to know. Things that you can never un-know. Things that will change the course of your life…and the fate of the ones you love. I found her in our living room, bleeding and close to death , but alive. Barely. Until morning stole her last breath. The media called her killer the “Triangle Terror” … and then forgot about her. But I never forgot— my murdered sister , and an investigation that led to my own resurrection from the dead. Twenty-two years ago, on a cold February night, Landon Worthington lost his father for the last time. After an armed robbery gone wrong, evidence and witness testimony pointed a shaky finger at Dan Worthington—deadbeat dad and alcoholic husband. But before the dust could settle over the conviction, Landon’s preteen sister, Alexis, is murdered in their home, plunging Landon’s life into further despair. Two decades and a cold case later, Landon is dogged by guilt over their estranged relationship an
  • Full-Bodied Wine: A Vintage Murder

    Biddy Jenkinson

    Britse detectives His Excellency Walter Brown, Ireland's first resident Ambassador to Turkey presented his credentials in September 1968. He delegated the business of finding a residence to his wife, a French Countess, Colette Coerduroi-Brown. It is left to Dennis O'Gorman, the mission's Third Secretary, to restrain the exuberance of the Countess and handle the negotiations. He becomes embroiled in Turkish politics, in a house that is considered to be haunted. Enter a murderer! Diligent, ambitious, often unlucky; Dennis is obliged to turn detective. Millicent, his fiancée in Limerick, disapproves. The Department in Dublin frowns. He is fed a diet of red herrings, washed down by undependable wine. Dennis perseveres.
  • Not Exactly Dead

    Kathryn Judson

    Britse detectives Richard Hugh, aka Triple-O Five of the unsung British agency nicknamed MI5 1/2, is happily making life miserable for bad guys and, when he has time, cultivating a reputation as a lady's man. But then the Americans get the notion that he's been marked for death by a notorious spy killer who has been bumping off spies belonging to an odd mix of nations. This would almost be business as usual, except that the Americans send Emma Chapman over to keep an eye on Hugh, in the hopes of catching the assassin (preferably before he bumps off 0005). Chapman is short, plain, and respectable, and couldn't care less that Hugh is suave and handsome. This is not at all the sort of female he's used to working with. Before long, the Hugh-as-rat-bait hunt for Mighty Planetary Master also involves the French, represented most notably by the fearless and philosophical Leandre Durand, who doesn't mind in the least keeping his own counsel.
  • A Mersey Killing

    Brian L. Porter

    Britse detectives A skeleton and a missing woman. A doomed romance. A mystery spanning two generations. Liverpool, 1961. A group of young men come together seeking fame and fortune, as the fledgling sounds of the Swinging Sixties take root in the city. Soon, Liverpool becomes synonymous with the music that shapes a generation. Liverpool, 1999. Skeletal remains found in the docklands lead Detective Inspector Andy Ross and Sergeant Izzie Drake into a journey through time, as the investigation takes them back to early days of the Mersey Beat. Whose bones laid beneath the mud of the River Mersey for over thirty years, and what links them to a young woman, missing for the entire time?
  • Wading Into Murder: Book Two of the Laura Morland Mystery Series

    Joan Lambert

    Britse detectives The irrepressible Laura Morland, Professor of Gender Studies, is back again! In WADING INTO MURDER, Laura climbs - or - or more accurately falls - down a wall and swims across a rat-infested pool to rescue a baby in the famous Roman Baths of England. Attempts on her life and near-escapes come thick and fast after that. Laura is pushed down a circular stone stairwell, stalked at night by a sadist through a safari park full of wild animals, locked in the cellar of an ancient church and chased through cobbled streets on a stolen (and very wobbly) bicycle by a mob of angry drinkers. Laura is ably assisted in her efforts to unearth the villain(s) who are attacking her by another eccentric cast of characters - the indomitable Lady Longtree, whose large umbrella plays a central role, her talented grandson who makes mystery-solving graphs, and a six foot tall redhead improbably named Violet. But are these friends really on Laura's side? Violet could be a man, and the aristocratic Lady has her
  • Out of Time

    Steven Allinson

    Detectives en thrillers Some cases are over before they have begun... Boxing Day in London is shaping up to be one of the worst on record for Detective Neil Townsend. When a young family discover what appear to be their own bodies in a sealed cellar, Neil finds himself asked to work with an eccentric assistant of Scotland Yard. Torn between his duty and his partner’s need to get to the pub before closing time, Neil is embroiled in his most testing case to date. With possibilities running out and bars on every street, can Neil remain sober enough to solve the case before we all run Out of Time.
  • Gone Up In Flames

    Michael N Burton

    Detectives en thrillers This is a Short Story Louisa Dalton is a thirty something former police recruit. With a messy divorce now behind her, she's settled into running a market stall, selling her home made jewellery. Prenmouth market is usually a peaceful, happy place, but events are about to take a turn for the worse. She discovers an illicit affair, a murder and other wrong doings. Join Louisa and her new boyfriend Geoff on their investigative journey, as they find out what the hell is going on in Prenmouth.
  • Killing at the Carnival

    L. A. Nisula

    Britse detectives Cassie Pengear thought a visit to the carnival would be fun: see some shows, eat some sweets, help her landlady’s nephew decide if the cowboy was real or an actor. But then the cowboy shot the volunteer, and he didn’t get up. Now Cassie has a ten-year-old boy insisting the cowboy isn’t a killer and a landlady insisting she help solve the killing at the carnival. Includes the short story A Case of Two Clerks. approx 150 pages In a Victorian England that almost existed, a steampunk London where tinkerers and clockwork devices exist alongside hansom cabs and corsets, murder is still solved by traditional observation and intuition. This is the London where American typist Cassandra Pengear finds herself stumbling over corpses and helping Scotland Yard detectives solve murders (although they inexplicably prefer to call it interfering). Follow her adventures in the Cassie Pengear Mystery series, beginning with The Killing at the Carnival.
  • The Revengers

    Dan Andriacco

    Britse detectives “We've been tasered, drugged, kidnapped, and almost blown up. So I'm sorry we’re late for the party.” Jeff Cody is having a bad day. But readers will love this short story about a Halloween party gone terribly wrong. If you haven’t read any of the critically acclaimed Sebastian McCabe – Jeff Cody mystery novels, “The Revengers” is the perfect introduction. If you’re already a McCabe-Cody fan, it will give you an enticing taste of their next book.
  • Hilda Hopkins

    Vivienne Fagan

    Britse detectives Hilda Hopkins está en el camino de aumentar su pensión y mantenerse en sus planes de tejer a máquina y con la lana de “Sweeney”. Después de escaparse a lo Rambo por la ventana del baño desapareció entre la multitud de matronas de mediana edad a las que nadie nota mucho.A Hilda la buscan por asesinato, varios! La única pista que esta mujer ha dejado son los seis muñecos tejidos, cada uno una copia idéntica de los huéspedes desaparecidos…. Perdón, caballeros invitados. A Hilda no le gusta que los llamen ‘huéspedes’. Hilda sabe que es más inteligente que la policía, más inteligente que sus caballeros invitados, y demasiado inteligente como para ser capturada… ¿o no?
  • Broken Doll

    K.D. Forrester

    Britse detectives Katherine Humphries has a good life, a loving husband and a sweet daughter. Her past has long been forgotten and the shame of her greatest mistake suppressed. Until one day the past catches up with her and tragedy strikes again. Thrust against her will into the shady activities of the mysterious Agency, she discovers a secretive world of double-cross and espionage. Katherine finds herself with no option but to resurrect her old self and use all of her military training, to track down and confront a ghost from the past and face her own demons. Fuelled by her own desire for revenge, will Katherine survive the most dangerous mission of her life?
  • The Dressing Table Murder

    Cassandra Chan

    Britse detectives Bethancourt & Gibbons mysteries are a series of traditional British cozies in a modern setting. Phillip Bethancourt is a wealthy man-about town and amateur sleuth. His best friend is Detective Sergeant Jack Gibbons, a rising star at Scotland Yard. Together they can suss out even the most complex cases. The Dressing Table Murder is the first short story in the series, originally published in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. There are also four novels published by St. Martin’s Minotaur. “Literate and charming mysteries.” —Booklist “An enjoyable outing into Dorothy Sayers territory.” —Publishers Weekly “The author tells a tale that is part crime story, part family drama, part buddy flick, and part love story---a combination that makes for enjoyable reading.” —School Library Journal
  • Iceline

    Martyn Taylor

    Detectives en thrillers Smuggling, skulduggery and scuba diving and he was in the right place at the wrong time. A late evening encounter outside the compressor shed and a moment of panic. A tourist joins the list of missing persons, literally whisked away one night and missing for weeks. Don Steel wasn't any tourist, his new enemies may have been unknown but their ignorance of who they had snatched would prove costly. Battered, bruised and bloody he turns up in a ditch high in the mountains above Glencoe; airlifted to hospital for treatment his recuperation is disrupted by an attempt to silence him. Steel would be neither silent nor compliantly lie down. Leaving his attacker in the care of and needing the attention of the ward sister he takes to the road and begins a cat and mouse chase across the highlands and islands of Scotland to a final showdown in Tobermory Bay backed up by allies colleagues and friends, and one friend discovers just how far he will go.
  • Resident Fear

    Hylton Smith

    Britse detectives Resident Fear, the first volume in the Fog on the Tyne series, is a crime thriller set in the Northeast of England in 2018, not long after Britain was expelled from the European Union. The body of a wealthy Industrialist is found draped at the base of the iconic sculpture - The Angel of the North. D.C.I. Jack Renton soon realises it is no ordinary homicide,it has the hallmarks of a serial killer. Civil unrest and political apathy stoke the fear.
  • The Death of Hope

    Lou Collins

    Detectives en thrillers From the ashes of hope, a search for knowledge ignites. Escape to the idyllic village of Gormsey, nestled on the picturesque coast of Asteria. But for Ted, this quiet haven holds a dark secret—one that will change his life forever. When his attempt to flee his abusive father ends in a shocking murder, Ted is thrust into a world of deceit and lies within his own family. As his sister faces a grim fate, Ted must navigate treacherous waters to uncover the truth. But with trust crumbling and suspects emerging, he soon realises that no one is above suspicion. From supposed allies to his own kin, Ted must unravel the tangled web of deceit and bring the killer to justice before it's too late.  But as he delves deeper into his family's dark past, Ted realises that the consequences of his actions may be more devastating than he ever imagined. Can he unravel the truth before it destroys his family? Full of unexpected twists and turns, The Death of Hope is a gripping tale that reveals the
  • Just Fishing

    Isabella Muir

    Detectives en thrillers As he relaxes in his favourite seaside resort of Anzio, near Rome, Italian Detective Giuseppe Bianchi has the chance to reflect on his life choices, while helping a friend to make a decision... This is an introduction to Giuseppe Bianchi, but we meet him again in England in the first of two crime mystery novels, Crossing the Line.
  • Bend The Law

    Levi Fuller

    Detectives en thrillers Defending a criminal is easy for Attorney Luke. Never lost a case in years, Attorney Luke finds himself in the most challenging case ever. He doesn't want to take the case, but he doesn't seem to have a choice. This is not a regular case, all the evidence is against the defendant. Most importantly Luke believes she is innocent. He has to be prepared for the worst… Luke is great at his job. Can Luke defend her against the strongest evidence? Will Luke be able to prove her innocence? This legal thriller will take you for a ride through the courtroom, and leave you with unexpected twists and turns. If you like legal mystery thrillers, you will love Bend The Law.  
  • Die Abenteuer des Sherlock Holmes

    Arthur Conan Doyle

    Britse detectives Sir Arthur Conan Doyle hat nicht nur den berühmtesten Privatermittler der Welt erfunden, sondern das Genre des modernen Detektivromans gleich mit. In zwölf kurzen Erzählungen erleben wir, wie Sherlock Holmes und sein kongenialer Partner Doktor Watson von der Baker Street 221b aus losziehen, um aufsehenerregende Fälle zu lösen. Vor ihrer untrüglichen Intuition, messerscharfen Kombinationsgabe und wissenschaftlichen Methodik ist kein Täter sicher. Genau das macht die beiden Gefährten nicht nur zu literarischen Kultfiguren, sondern auch zu den Urvätern der Forensik. Was wären Spurensicherung, Gerichtsmedizin und Profiling ohne Sir Arthur Conan Doyle?
  • The Bornholm Diamond - Inspired by “A Scandal in Bohemia” by Arthur Conan Doyle

    Andrew Delaplaine

    Detectives en thrillers In "The Bornholm Diamond," inspired by Conan Doyle's "A Scandal in Bohemia," a mysterious Swedish nobleman visits Holmes on a matter of such seriousness that, were it made public, could destroy one of the oldest royal families in Europe. Sherlock Holmes IV is a direct descendant of the famed detective whose daring exploits were so vividly chronicled by Dr. John Watson and related to us by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.  This new Sherlock Holmes owns a small hotel (The Fleming House named after Ian Fleming of James Bond fame) on Miami's South Beach, and this Sherlock is just as renowned in the present day as his illustrious ancestor was in his.    "Imagine Sherlock Holmes—or rather, his great-great-great-grandson—living on South Beach and solving crimes and mysteries with the same aplomb as his famous forebear and you'll get the picture of what's going on here…"                   &#x
  • Killing Season Sneak Peek

    Faye Kellerman

    Detectives en thrillers A FREE SNEAK PEEK  OF NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR FAYE KELLERMAN’S NEW THREE-PART SERIES— KILLING SEASON In this sneak peek to Killing Season, the new three-part series by New York Times bestselling author Faye Kellerman, a depraved killer has just buried the body of his first victim, fifteen-year-old Ellen Vicksburg. The crime sets off an obsession for the victim’s brother, Ben Vicksburg, as he embarks on a mission to find and bring his sister’s killer to justice—an unforgettable story of a brother, his family, the girl he falls in love with, and the promise he’s sworn to keep…no matter the cost. Look for Killing Season, Part 1, to learn what happens after Ro Majors uncovers Ben Vicksburg's disturbing secrets—and how his dangerous investigation soon lures her in.
  • No Police Like Holmes

    Dan Andriacco

    Britse detectives Fully revised 2nd edition - The Investigating Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes Colloquium and donation of the third largest private collection of Sherlockiana in the world were supposed to produce a weekend of great publicity for tiny St. Benignus College in Erin, Ohio. But when theft and murder come to campus, college public relations director Jeff Cody finds himself knee-deep in Sherlockian suspects, besieged by an aggressive reporter he loves but no longer dates, and competing with his eccentric brother-in-law, Sebastian McCabe, to solve the crimes first. The mess worsens when Jeff and his ex-girlfriend, Lynda Teal, themselves fall under suspicion of murder - and with good reason, for they have something to hide. This satirical romp takes Sherlock Holmes seriously, but not Holmesians. A witty and engaging spoof sure to delight not only the deerstalker set but mystery fans in general.
  • A House of Ruin

    Pamela Crane

    Britse detectives A murder that stole 1982 national headlines: “Renowned Family Slayed in Home” A case that remained cold for forty long years. The Eyler family was anything but average. The father a top literary agent and the mother a duchess, they thrived in their prestigious mansion surrounded by luxury…and secrets. Secrets that would eventually cost them their lives. On a cold autumn night, their legacy ended with a grisly massacre in one of the most horrific scenes ever investigated. Soon details splashed across every newspaper of how the family of five lay slaughtered in their library, cursing the mansion as it became branded the Execution Estate. With no witnesses and no motives, the killer remained free. The case grew colder. Speculations grew darker. Answers grew dimmer. Until now. Former estate manager, Derl Newman, steps forward four decades later with a suspicion and a wild clue that could lead investigators to finally solve the puzzle of why a killer would murder a family yet leave t
  • Backtrack

    Paul Doiron

    Britse detectives Enjoy “Backtrack”—an original, brand new, short story from Edgar Award finalist Paul Doiron, author of the bestselling Mike Bowditch series. When a visiting hunter goes missing in the middle of a snowstorm, a young Charley Stevens (later the mentor to game warden Mike Bowditch) sets off to rescue him—but begins to suspect the man may not want to be found.
  • Christmas, Corpses, and Clockwork Kittens

    L. A. Nisula

    Britse detectives A short Christmas mystery set in the world of the Cassie Pengear Mysteries. While preparing their tinkering/ haberdashery shop for the Christmas season, Kate and Ada find a body on their doorstep. When Inspector Wainwright is sent to investigate, they start looking into the crime themselves before he can scare away all of their Christmas patrons. A short Christmas mystery of approx. 5000 words.
  • The Girl Who Tweeted Wolf

    Nick Bryan

    Britse detectives "If we get 400 followers, John Hobson will solve that nasty wolf-murder case for free! Fight the thing himself if he has to! #HobsonVsWolf!" Angelina Choi was only trying to drum up some Twitter followers and make a good impression on her first day interning at John Hobson's one-man detective agency. But the campaign went viral and now they have a murder to solve, no money coming in, and an unwilling Hobson faced with battling some enormous beast. With both follower and body counts rising, can they crack the case without offending everyone or being eaten by a huge dog? The Girl Who Tweeted Wolf is the first case starring Hobson & Choi, a bickering, mismatched detective duo for 21st century London. This book collects the debut storyline of the hit darkly comic crime web serial, extensively rewritten and improved for this definitive edition. Also included: book-exclusive bonus story The Left Hand Is Always Right, grim tale from a dark corner of Hobson & Choi's London - The Left
  • The Four Faces A Mystery

    William Le Queux

    Britse detectives In this 1914 Edwardian mystery by English writer William Le Queux, a London gang of thieves becomes involved in robberies, kidnappings, and murders.
  • The Packing Case Murder

    Annette Siketa

    Britse detectives 'It was not uncommon for Holmes to take on a case that promised to be of extraordinary interest, but which at the conclusion was unworthy of his great talent.  The case of the S.S. Monrovia was not one of them'.
  • Spravca Hier

    Jack Benton

    Britse detectives Správca hier: Napínavá britská záhada od renomovaného autora Jacka Bentona. V ťažkých časoch bývalého degradovaného vojaka, teraz súkromného detektíva Johna "Slima" Hardyho najme bohatý a záhadný statkár Oliver Ozgood, aby odhalil identitu tajomného vydierača. Tento muž požaduje celý majetok za svoje mlčanie. Tvrdí, že je Dennis Sharp, bývalý zamestnanec Ozgooda, a vyhráža sa, že prezradí tajomstvá, ktoré pošpinia Ozgoodovo meno a pošlú patriarchu do väzenia. Je tu len jeden problém. Dennis Sharp je mŕtvy, zo sveta ho zniesol samotný Ozgood. Pri hľadaní odpovedí sa Slim presťahuje do odľahlej vidieckej dedinky Scuttleworth v Devonshire, kde vo svojom doposiaľ najnáročnejšom prípade čelí démonom naokolo aj vo svojom vnútri. Správca hier je treťou knihou zo série Záhady Slima Hardyho. Hoci príbehy na seba voľne nadväzujú, možno ich čítať v ľubovoľnom poradí.
  • Analysis of a Hat

    Annette Siketa

    Britse detectives A man's home is crammed with antiques, and yet when it is burgled, only certain items are stolen. Moreover, the only clue is a grubby hat.
  • The Packing Case Murder

    Annette Siketa

    Britse detectives 'It was not uncommon for Holmes to take on a case that promised to be of extraordinary interest, but which at the conclusion was unworthy of his great talent. The case of the S.S. Monrovia was not one of them. In fact, it proved to be one of his more peculiar adventures'.
  • Overwhelming Evidence

    Steve Bentham

    Detectives en thrillers A ruinous secret not yet told. A killer determined to keep it that way. A cozy British detective mystery with a touch of noir Christopher Vernham, a down-at-heel private investigator, is found stabbed to death in his decrepit office in the murky streets of London's red light district. With no sign of a robbery or break-in, it seems the dead man knew his attacker and allowed him — or her — to get close without feeling threatened. For DCI Bentley, the facts point logically to one of Vernham's investigative targets — someone who perhaps wanted something he had discovered to be kept quiet. But what had Vernham discovered that was worth killing for? And which one of his targets could be responsible? As Bentley investigates Vernham's clients, checking each one to discover who they wanted followed, it seems less likely that one of Vernham's targets did commit the crime… and brings up the question: who is actually investigating who, and why? A British police procedural in the mod
  • £5 Murder

    Annette Siketa

    Britse detectives A mysterious woman with the power to hypnotise, literally holds the key to a fortune.
  • The Preacher's First Murder

    K.P. Gresham

    Detectives en thrillers He was a good cop until he ran into a bad one. Then, to save what was left of his family and his sanity, Michael Hogan, Jr., entered the Fed's Witness Protection Program and became Pastor Matt Hayden. Just out of seminary, Matt takes a church in rural Texas, expecting peace, quiet and a good dose of humility. What he finds is a town ruled by the past and an old woman murdered. To make matters worse, the dead woman's daughter, Angie O'Day, runs the town's Ice House and is truly an angel by day and a devil by night. Matt might be a man of God now, but he is still a man. When the second body is discovered and accusations are levied at the innocent Angie, Matt has to put on an old hat--his cop's hat--and discover the buried secrets of Wilks, Texas.  
  • The Minotaur Sampler, Volume 4

    Stacy Willingham, Alex Finlay, Gigi Pandian, Camilla Sten, Anna Downes & Samantha Jayne Allen

    Detectives en thrillers Looking for a new book that will make your heart race? The fourth edition of The Minotaur Sampler compiles the beginnings of six can't-miss novels--either standalone or first in series--publishing Winter 2022 for free for easy sampling. Standalone: From debut author Stacy Willingham comes a masterfully done, lyrical thriller that is certain to be the launch of an amazing career. A Flicker in the Dark is eerily compelling to the very last page. Standalone: From the author of Every Last Fear comes a breakneck new thriller about a pair of small-town murders fifteen years apart, and the one man whose life is inexplicably linked to both. Alex Finlay returns with The Night Shift . First in Series: Multiple award-winning author Gigi Pandian introduces her newest heroine in Under Lock & Skeleton Key , where Tempest Raj returns home to work at her father’s Secret Staircase Construction Company. Standalone: A heart-thumping novel that will shake you to your core, The Resting Place is a ma
  • Lestrade and the Sawdust Ring

    M. J. Trow

    Britse detectives Book one in the  Inspector Lestrade  series. 'In the circus, nothing is what it seems …' Walk up! Walk up! This way for the greatest show on earth! It is 1879. Disraeli is at Number Ten. The Zulu are being perfectly beastly to Lord Chelmsford. And Captain Boycott is having his old trouble again. What has this to do with the young Detective-Sergeant Sholto Lestrade? Absolutely nothing. Or has it? He has his work cut out investi-gating mysterious goings-on at 'Lord' George Sanger's Circus. First, the best juggler in Europe is shot in full view of a thousand people. Then Huge Hughie, the dwarf, dies an agonizing death under the Ether Trick. Finally, the Great Bolus dies by swallowing the wrong sword. And all of this after two bodies have been found with multiple slashes … And what is the link with Mr Howard Vincent, founder of the CID? And has the Prince Imperial really been caught by the Impis? A trail of murder is laid among the llama droppings as the World's Second Great
  • Nothing but Darkness

    M.A. Green

    Detectives en thrillers From international bestseller, M.A. Green Aidan Sheppard has always resisted his darker urges—only the violent ones, he'd never deny himself anything sexual—until one night when he goes too far. Way too far. It doesn't matter that it was an accident; it still happened, and he can't escape it. Now he must choose between what's expected of him, morality, and what he truly wants, depraved release. But as bloody fantasies flood his mind, Aidan struggles to find control. Desire taking over, he dives deeper into his darker side. His best friend and coworkers remain unaware of the calculating criminal he's become in the hours between work and drunken escapades. Aidan analyzes each step necessary to fuel the cruel fire inside him, logic and preparation only two of the many weapons at his disposal. His creativity grows as well, until he hits a dangerous snag that threatens to expose him and obliterate everything he's built. Paranoia and stress chip away at his confidence, but he must
  • The Great Brown-Pericord Motor

    Annette Siketa

    Britse detectives Two men create a revolutionary new machine, but who is the real inventor? From ‘The Other Conan Doyle’, by Annette Siketa.
  • The Swedish Furrier

    Annette Siketa

    Britse detectives Holmes recounts the intriguing story about two men and an old murder.
  • The Great Bacon Scandal

    Annette Siketa

    Britse detectives Holmes has a devoted listener when he tells Mrs Hudson a curious tale about two brothers and a dubious inheritance.
  • Trust Fall

    Frankie Bow

    Detectives en thrillers It's another faculty retreat at Mahina State University, "Where Your Future Begins Tomorrow." Professor Molly struggles to stay awake. Her best friend Dr. Emma Nakamura does her best not to throttle anyone (a particular challenge in the case of newbie know-it-all Kyle Stockhausen). But then the Trust Fall exercise goes horribly wrong. And things get a lot more interesting.
  • Mister Mottley and the Key of D

    Ellen Seltz

    Detectives en thrillers Has Mottley gone mad? That night in Venice, standing on a balcony rail with an angry Slovak swordsman and a half-naked fiddler holding them at bay, Mottley's friend Debenham really begins to wonder. The two friends just wanted to enjoy a musical evening. Instead, Mottley's passion for the stunning soloist drags him into an international intrigue of dastardly deeds and derring-do. Is the damsel in distress? Will Mottley escape with his heart -- and his hide -- intact? If you like your detectives soft-boiled and your noir with a bit of froth on top, try this Vintage Venetian adventure with the jazz-age sleuth, Edmund Mottley.  This whimsical short mystery set in 1930's Italy is a prequel to "Mister Mottley Gets His Man" and "Mister Mottley Stirs Up Trouble."
  • Which Was Which

    Annette Siketa

    Britse detectives Two identical men are seen hundreds of miles apart. One is innocent if somewhat arrogant, whilst the other is a demonic killer, but which is which?
  • Frankenstein.com

    Hylton Smith

    Britse detectives Frankenstein.com is the sequel to Resident Fear. Two years on from arresting the serial killer involved, a new challenge faces D.C.I. Renton. The story is once again set in the Northeast of England, but this case appears to be more complicated than expected, compared with the stepwise murders of a serial killer. Several victims have apparently been simultaneously selected for a common purpose, and the perpetrator invites attention from the internet. Renton is in new territory again, and initially struggles to handle this window of the world into his department.

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