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Slaughter in the Sapperton Tunnel

Edward Marston

1862. A goods train is speeding through the Sapperton Tunnel when it hits a makeshift pen of sheep inexplicably set up near the exit. The animals are slaughtered by the impact whilst the train hits a pile of rocks and is derailed, seriously injuring the occupants.  Inspector Colbeck i...
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Railway Detective

Rage of the Assassin

Edward Marston

London, 1817. An impatient crowd is gathered outside the stage door of the Covent Garden Theatre, desperate for a glimpse of actress Hannah Granville after her latest performance as Lady Macbeth, amongst them the Prince Regent himself. But before she can appear a gunshot sounds, and a man ...
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Bow Street Rivals

The Wolves of Savernake

Edward Marston

In 1086 England's mighty king, William the Conqueror, sends out surveyors and census takers to record the resources of his land and its people. Wherever the king's men go they bring excitement, and sometimes murder.... In ancient Bedwyn town, the King's Domesday researchers are suddenly f...
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Domesday

The Ravens of Blackwater

Edward Marston

The small village of Maldon is controlled by the w ealthy and rapacious Fitzcorbucion family, led by Hamo Fitzcorbucion, the lord of Blackwater Castle. A volatile bully, Hamo has amassed wealth and land by means both legal and shady, intimidating the villagers into silence. When his eldest...
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The Dragons of Archenfield

Edward Marston

The frontier zone of Archenfield in Herefordshire is a no-man's-land, which acts as a bulwark between Norman-controlled English soil, and the Welsh border. Soldier Ralph Delchard and lawyer Gervase Bret arrive in Hereford for what looks like one of their more straightforward assignments fr...
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Domesday

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