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The first book in an intriguing new historical crime series.
France, 1963. Meet Inspector Lucas Rocco.
'Insubordinate bastard. And insolent. A good cop through. A bit nuts.'
Capt. Michel Santer, Clichy-Nanterre District
On his first day in the village of Poissons-Les-Marais, the last t...
Tragedy strikes close to the Detective Department when an old friend of Superintendent Tallis walks to meet a speeding train head on. The suicide, prompted by the disappearance of the man’s wife, has shocked the local community and leaves plenty for Inspector Robert Colbeck, the Rail...
As undertaker Drew Slocombe drove to Greta Simmonds’ burial in Broad Campden, deep in the heart of the Cotswolds, thoughts of his troubles at home and at work played on his mind. The last thing he was worried about was becoming a murder suspect.
Thea Osbourne becomes Drew’s un...
The cult calling itself Fourth Day is well-funded and highly jealous of its privacy. Five years ago Thomas Witney went in to try and get the evidence that the cult’s charismatic leader, Randall Bane, was responsible for the death of Witney’s son, Liam. Witney never came out.
Selected as one of the Top 7 British crime novels for 2010 by Deadly Pleasures
DI Charlie Priest is on holiday, or meant to be at least, when he gets a call from his colleagues at Heckley about the opening of a local shopping and conference centre. Amid the paparazzi flash bulbs, minor ro...