• Fiction
      March 2019

      An Enlightened Man

      by Gary W. Hixon

      What should a deeply religious man do when he is shown an artefact that its current custodian believes contains the cryptic clues to the whereabouts of an ancient document, that when found, would destroy everything he has always believed?When events co

    • Fiction
      September 2018

      The Last Hit

      by John Morritt

      John Stone, former army sniper, mercenary turned hitman, is sick of killing. When contracted by a shadowy government figure to take down an ex-member of parliament, testifying in an arms scandal that would embarrass the government, Stone decides it wou

    • Fiction
      June 2019

      CHOPPED

      by Bip Wetherell

      A mysterious saboteur. A lethal helicopter accident. A psychotic terrorist. What should be a routine examination for CAA inspector Steve Allen quickly spirals into a whirlpool of violence, sex, lies and intrigue. While rubbing shoulders with the privil

    • Thriller / suspense
      February 2015

      What Lies in the Dark

      by Thompson, CM

      One murder can make a town nervous. Two brings fear. Add three, four and even more, and watch neighbour turn on suspicious neighbour. Victoria Bullrush – or Bullface, as she is called by fellow police officers – is a stickler for rules. As

    • Fiction
      August 2015

      The Cape of Killing

      by Rainer Doh

      Freezing cold temperatures and a rising blizzard: there is no way for the criminal investigation of Tromsø to get to Skjervøy, the next stop of the cruise ship MS Midnatsol which belongs to the Norway Express Route, the Hurtigruten. Aroun

    • Fiction
      October 2015

      The Love Drug

      by Tobias Radloff

      A ruined private investigator. A beautiful but dead woman. A pharmacist who wants to democratise love with a new drug substance ... Philip Strasser's detective agency has seen better days, but since former clients mock him on the internet, catching ord

    • Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
      August 2018

      The Uncommon Prison of Henry V Henry

      by Simon Bullivant

      Debut crime fiction from Simon Bullivant, co-creator for panel show Never Mind The Buzzcocks, writer/producer on They Think Its All Over & Mock the Week. 'Simon utilises his comedy prowess expertly to add a macabre wit to this pacy murder-mystery t

    • Literary Fiction
      May 2017

      Rueful Revenge

      by C T Karlsson

      When two people accidentally bump into each other, a whole loadof memories come flooding back. Memories that have been carefully hidden away in the depths of one's mind and will now impact everyone's life significantly.

    • Fiction
      January 2018

      Just round the corner

      by Jenny Jacobsson

      Isa, a 35-year old woman, has recently been dumped by her long-term partner. Suddenly she finds herself childless as she gave up her own wishes and dreams about getting pregnant when her partner Jimmy didn’t want any more children. Isa no

    • Fiction
      April 2017

      The Secret Next Door

      by Jenny Jacobsson

      A contemporary story about Melissa & Viggo set in a fictitious town in Sweden. The motto of this book is "Surviving is not relevant, living life, however, is." Melissa and Viggo are the couple that most people in the

    • Fiction

      Obscure Obsession

      by C T Karlsson

      What initially looks like a domestic accident is soon classed as murder. Further deaths are to follow and the police direct their attention towards the famous crime author, Arne Dahlqvist. Crown Prosecutor Ylva Isaksson, who also happens to be

    • Fiction
      May 2016

      Bitterly Betrayed

      by C T Karlsson

      Chief Inspector Kajsa Rudolfsson and her colleagues at Falkenberg Police are, in a very short space of time, lumbered with two murders that they have to investigate. Right next to the open-air stage in the popular outdoor lei

    • Music
      December 2016

      Partners in suspense

      Critical essays on Bernard Herrmann and Alfred Hitchcock

      by Edited by Steven Rawle, Kevin J. Donnelly

      This volume of new, spellbinding essays explores the tense relationship between Alfred Hitchcock and Bernard Herrmann, featuring new perspectives on their collaboration. Featuring essays by leading scholars of Hitchcock's work, including Richard Allen

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      August 2018

      Divine Suspense

      On Kierkegaard’s 'Frygt og Bæven' and the Aesthetics of Suspense

      by Andreas Seland

      What is suspense, and why do we feel it? These questions are at the heart of the first part of this study. It develops and defends the ‘imminence theory of suspense’ – the view that suspense arises in situations that are structurally defined by somethi

    • Fiction
      July 2017

      Full Circle

      by John Morritt

      Frank Smith looks forward to realising his dream of a comfortable life in sunny climes, after serving twenty years in prison for attempted murder. His dream, however, shatters within days of becoming a free man, when he learns that duplicitous gangland

    • Fiction
      May 2019

      The Final Crossing: A Peregrine Sebastopol Mystery

      by Marc Everitt

      The year is 1881 and the SS Atlantica heads for New York City with first-class passengers expecting the very best of everything, but never expecting murder. Amongst them, quite by chance, is the finest amateur detective in the British Empire. When Lord

    • Fiction
      August 2018

      BRoken EXIT

      by K. N. Palmer

      In 2023, after Britain has exited the EU, immigration is still above target and the NHS buckles under the enormous demands that are placed upon it. In the eyes of many, things hadn’t changed since BREXIT, so a

    • Fiction
      November 2017

      Doubt Revisited

      by L. J. Greatrex

      Without a doubt, Jimmy Giddion’s previous hacking exploits appear to reap everything he hoped for, until by chance he discovers his adversaries were responsible not only for his parents' sad demise, but with duping him into taking part. Although

    • Fiction
      October 2019

      Lost Testament

      by John Owens

      While travelling in central Turkey, Joe Grafton stumbles upon some ancient scrolls that contain a secret so devastating it could shake the foundations of the modern world. Soon he and the beautiful Turkish girl he has befriended are fighting for their

    • Thriller / suspense
      June 2018

      Informed Decision

      by L. J. Greatrex

      Following the tragic death of his wife Beth, Jimmy Giddion, having been willed great wealth from her inherited fortune, makes the decision, alongside his partners Paul Max and Bill Pascal, to expand their interests in creating a worldwide network of Ex

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