The Scotland Yard Files: Milestones in Crime Detection - Keith Skinner, Alan Moss. Keith Skinner is co-author of many successful books including The Official Encyclopedia of Scotland Yard (1999), The Jack the Ripper A-Z (1991) and Jack the Ripper: Letters from Hell (2001 - 31,000 copies sold in hardback). Alan Moss is a retired Chief Superintendent, who also contributed to The Official Encyclopedia of Scotland Yard.
'FABIAN OF THE YARD'. Metropolitan Police Detective Superintendent Robert Honey Fabian 1901-1978. He was an English police officer with an unusual middle name, who rose to the rank of Detective Superintendent in London's Metropolitan Police. After retirement from the force, he worked as a crime writer. Many TV series, books and films reflected the life and time of this very famous London Detective
Book 27/50, “Malice in the Highlands” by Graham Thomas. Thomas introduces Erskine Powell, Chief Superintendent of Scotland Yard, fisherman, curry addict, struggling husband and father. Strong setting and dialogue. Recommended.
MARTHA GRIMES - According to the Fantastic Fiction website, "Martha Grimes is one of the few authors left carrying on the British detective mystery tradition, and doing it well. Scotland Yard Superintendent Richard Jury and sidekick Melrose Plant are in the third decade of their clever, darkly humorous crime-solving careers." The characters are certainly quirky and the seemingly odd book titles are actually the names of pubs! Google FANTASTIC FICTION MARTHA GRIMES to learn more.
Book 31/50, “A Share in Death” by Deborah Crombie. A rapid page-turner introducing Detective Superintendent Duncan Kincaid and Sergeant Gemma James of Scotland Yard. Strong characters and urgent plotting made this a good read.
A Christmas Beginning (Christmas Stories, #5) Superintendent Runcorn of Scotland Yard is spending Christmas on the wild and beautiful island of Anglesey off the north coast of Wales.
A Share in Death by Deborah Crombie - A week's holiday in a luxurious Yorkshire time-share is just what Scotland Yard's Superintendent Duncan Kincaid needs. But the discovery of a body floating in the whirlpool bath ends Kincaid's vacation before it's begun. (Bilbary Town Library: Good for Readers, Good for Libraries)
https://flic.kr/p/6hnSsg | Death of a Tin God | George Bellairs - Death of a Tin God, Thriller Book Club, 1961. Cover art by Eisner. SUPERINTENDENT Littlejohn of Scotland Yard becomes involved in the murder of a famous film-star on location on the Isle of Man. The case not only concerns life in the fantastic atmosphere of the film world, but of high finance and the tycoons who manipulate it. as well. The threads of this strange affair are international and stretch from Dublin to London and…
"A Share in Death (1993)The "Superintendent Kincaid/Inspector James" series (12 books)": A series with two protagonists, a male superintendent with a female sergeant at Scotland Yard. Both likable characters with complicated family lives. As the series develops, so does the relationship between them.