Last Writes By Catherine Aird - Twenty-two brand new short stories which are guaranteed to delight fans and win the author many more. The indefatigable detective Inspector Sloan reappears in many of these stories with his sidekick Crosby. But there are also new characters to be met, such as the mysterious Malcolm Venables of the Secret Service. Full of delicious twists and turns, Last Writes will be a collection to curl up with and savour.
The third novel in the DI Sean Corrigan series - authentic and terrifying crime fiction with a psychological edge, by an ex-Met detective. Perfect for fans of Mark Billingham, Peter James and Stuart MacBride.
The Gift of Darkness By V.M. Giambanco - Twenty-five years ago in the woods near the Hoh River in Seattle, three boys were kidnapped. One did not come home. A quarter of a decade later, a family of four is found brutally murdered, the words thirteen days scratched near their lifeless bodies. Homicide Detective Alice Madison ran away from home as a child, one breath away from committing an unforgivable act; as an adult, she found her peace chasing the very worst humanity has to offer.
Tales of Majipoor By Robert Silverberg - From one of the masters of SF comes this new collection of stories, all set on his most famous creation - the massive world of Majipoor. Spanning all of the world's history, these stories will illuminate and explore the remarkable setting that has enthralled so many over the years. Two of these stories were originally published in the Legends series of short story collections, and have been unavailable for some time.
The Detection Collection By The Detection Club, Colin Dexter, Robert Goddard, Reginald Hill, P.D. James - Ten years since it was first published, this volume of short stories by the cream of British crime writing talent celebrates 75 years of the quintessential Detection Club. The Detection Club represents the cream of British crime writing talent. Founded on the cusp of the 1930s, the Club’s first President was G.K. Chesterton,
Deep Shelter: Nick Belsey - London is steaming under a summer of filthy heat and sudden storms - and trouble is looking for DC Nick Belsey again. He's taken a date down to an abandoned bomb shelter, but instead of getting the girl he gets a riddle: one minute she's there, next she's gone - dragged deep into a laybrinth of hidden tunnels beneath London's streets. Belsey's a good detective with a bad reputation. As the prime suspect, he has to find her himself, whatever it takes.
The Late Scholar (Lord Peter Wimsey) By Jill Paton Walsh - A new murder mystery featuring Lord Peter Wimsey - now a Duke - and his wife Harriet Vane, set in an Oxford college in the 1950s. Peter Wimsey is pleased to discover that along with a Dukedom he has inherited the duties of 'visitor' at an Oxford college.When the fellows appeal to him to resolve a dispute, he and Harriet set off happily to spend some time in Oxford. But the dispute turns out to be embittered.
Death at the Clos Du Lac (Inspector Lucas Rocco) By Adrian Magson - The man was standing on the bottom of the therapy pool in the Clos du Lac sanitarium, his white cotton shirt billowing out like gossamer in the clear, blue water. France, 1964. At the exclusive Clos du Lac sanitarium, a man is discovered standing in the therapy pool. But he's not there for his health; someone has chained him to the bottom, and left him there to slowly die.
Let Me Go (Archie & Gretchen 6) By Chelsea Cain - Detective Archie Sheridan just has to get through the next few days, then his birthday and Halloween will be over. But with escaped serial killer Gretchen Lowell on the loose, the investigation into the murder of a DEA agent demanding his attention, and journalist Susan Ward showing up at his apartment needing a favour, it's going to be a long weekend. Soon Archie finds himself crashing a masked ball on a private island owned by Jack…