Times are changing in Burracombe, but as Hilary and David's wedding day approaches, the village comes together to share their joy. Amongst all the familiar faces, two new ones stand out. The strangers bring big news and a mystery to solve. How will their surprises affect the village? 342 pp. 5x8". Softcover.
What links the death of an unknown woman on a Shropshire estate with an amnesiac who is trying to piece together her past? Switching between a troubled South Africa during the Boer War and the mysterious murder in England ten years later, this intriguing drama reveals the deceptions behind Edwardian society's elegant veneer. 333 pp. 4x7". Softcover.
In 1965, five teenage friends flee Glasgow to pursue their dream of musical stardom in London. Yet before the year ends, three of them return, and they return damaged. In 2015, a brutal murder forces those friends, now in their 60s, to journey back to London and finally confront the dark truth they have run from for fifty years. 424 pp. 5x8". Softcover.
In 1885 London, a disparate group of seven amateur criminologists form a society to investigate a series of mysterious local crimes, including the murder of an artist, plots hatched by Russian anarchists, an attempted assassination, and three more cases. 190 pp. 5x8". Softcover.
This collection of ten gripping short stories from the 'Queen of Suspense' includes her never before published novella, showcasing the dazzling and dangerous world of high fashion in 1970s New York City. 290 pp. 5x8". Softcover.
When Scotland Yard enlists the help of crime writer Paul Temple and his clever wife Steve to aid their investigation into who murdered two young women, the duo discovers a dark secret that places them both in mortal danger. 253 pp. 5x8". Softcover.
An estate agent is murdered by his wife's lover, but the couple's plan to secure his fortune and make a new life together is overturned when the body disappears. Twists, turns and red herrings abound in this classic mystery that was made into a riveting 1966 British TV series starring Sylvia Syms and John Thaw. 222 pp. 5x8". Softcover.