• 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


      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

    • Fiction
      March 2016

      A Coin for the Hangman

      by Ralph Spurrier

      Booksellers never know what they might find in an estate sale. When our man finds the tools of England’s last hangman, along with the diary of a man he executed, he knows he has a mystery to solve. Was there a miscarriage of justice? Did the wron

    • True crime
      August 2017

      Operation ACID

      The Downfall of Charlie Kray

      by Steve Wraith

      Operation Acid was devised by the Police in 1996, it’s sole intent to facilitate the arrest of Charlie Kray, eldest brother of the notorious Kray Twins.Could the Kray who was scraping a living from appearing at events and living off the roy

    • Fiction
      January 2018

      Three Little Maids

      by Neal James

      When vengeance calls, death is its shadow Billy Robertson is out for revenge and the target in his sights is Dennis Marks.Holding the DCI responsible for the death of his younger brother, Jack, Robertson seizes on the opportunity

    • Fiction
      November 2016

      The Vatican Cameos

      A Sherlock Holmes Adventure

      by Richard T. Ryan

      When the papal apartments are burgled in 1901, Sherlock Holmes is summoned to Rome by Pope Leo XII. After learning from the pontiff that several priceless cameos that could prove compromising to the church, and perhaps determine the future of the newly unified Italy, have been stolen, Holmes is asked to recover them. In a parallel story, Michelangelo, the toast of Rome in 1501 after the unveiling of his Pieta, is commissioned by Pope Alexander VI, the last of the Borgia pontiffs, with creating the cameos that will bedevil Holmes and the papacy four centuries later. For fans of Conan Doyle’s immortal detective, the game is always afoot. However, the great detective has never encountered an adversary quite like the one with whom he crosses swords in “The Vatican Cameos.”.

    • Fiction
      September 2016

      Sherlock Holmes and The Jeweller of Florence

      by Christopher James

      It is summer 1895 and a lost play by William Shakespeare is discovered. While being authenticated by scholars in Oxford there is a break-in at a college and the three hundred year old quarto is stolen. Holmes is engaged in the most unusual of circumsta

    • 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

      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
      November 2017

      Beneath the Pitch Black Stars

      by Gereon Krantz

      Just back from suspension chief inspector Thomas Harder is faced with the case of a serial killer haunting Berlin. The killer beheads young women and stages occult ceremonies with their corpses. Together with his new colleague, Claudia Vogt, Harder has

    • Fiction
      March 2017

      The Mystery of Madam Yin

      by Nathan Winters

      Inspector Celeste Summersteen is leaving Chicago to travel to London with young Dorothea Ellingsford. It may seem that she is merely accompanying the girl back to her family, whereas her real task is much more precarious: one of Dorothea’s friend

    • Fiction
      March 2019

      El sueño de la razon (The dream of reason)

      by Berna Gonzalez Habrour

      Can death be a form of art? A literary tribute to Goya’s black paintings. Commissioner Ruiz returns to Madrid to prepare her defence. She has been suspended from the force. The city’s local holiday is in full swing and

    • Classic crime
      January 2016

      Ein MORDs-Team - Der Fall Marietta King 1: Die vergessenen Akten / The Young Investigators - The Case of Marietta King 1: The forgotten Files

      by Andreas Suchanek, Nicole Böhm, Ute Bareiss

      Mason, Olivia, Randy and Danielle are four teenagers as diverging as they could be. When Mason is wrongly accused of a crime, a cascade of events is set in motion which unites all four in friendship. Together they try to identify the mastermind behind

    • Classic crime
      June 2016

      Ein MORDs-Team - Der Fall Marietta King 2: Spiel im Schatten / The Young Investigators - The Case of Marietta King 2: A Game of Shadows

      by Andreas Suchanek

      In the aftermath of the shocking revelations uncovered in the course of their last case, Mason, Olivia, Randy and Danielle are more determined than ever to solve the Marietta King Case. A note from Olivia’s contact at the Barrington Cove Gazette leads

    • Fiction
      November 2016

      Poems To Die By

      by Andrea Fehringer & Thomas Köpf

      An idyllic summer in Vienna. In the midst of Italian design furniture and elegant pieces of art, the successful ghostwriter Max West enjoys life with his wife and kids (to the fullest). However, this picture-perfect life is abruptly destroyed when HE s

    • History & the past: general interest (Children's/YA)

      What Happens During War Crime Trials? History Book 6th Grade | Children's History Books

      by Baby Professor

      During wars, a lot of people cry of pain. They lose their loved ones and they even become victims of violence themselves. But what happens to crimes committed during the war? Who tries these criminals? If you are curious to know the answers to these quest

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