By Patricia Wentworth
Anne Jocelyn had been a beautiful, wealthy young woman. She had died three years ago. At least, that was what her husband Philip and the rest of the family had always thought. But then a woman calling herself Anne Jocelyn appeared and managed to convince everyone that she was the real Anne. Everyone, that is, except Miss Silver, whose suspicions are aroused by an apparently senseless murder.
This Angry Land
By Terence Strong
The Tenth Justice
By Brad Meltzer
A Washington-based thriller about four ambitious twentysomething housemates, fresh out of college, eager to make their mark in their chosen careers. When one of them, Ben Addison, is tricked into leaking a Supreme Court decision on an important corporate merger in advance, he lands them all in big trouble. They resolve to get even with the man who set Ben up. But is there a traitor in the camp?
Turn Back the Clock
By Joyce Grenfell
Through the Wall
By Patricia Wentworth
Martin Brand's relatives are furious that he's left his large estate to his niece, Marion, whom he had only met once. And Marion is upset that she has to share her new home with Martin's family. Then a body is found on the beach wearing her coat. Fortunately Miss Silver is on the scene.
The Tunnel Rats
By Stephen Leather
Two murders, thousands of miles apart: one in London, one in Bangkok.The bodies are brutally mutilated, an ace of spades impaled upon their chests. In Washington, a US senator receives photographs of the corpses. And realises that his past has come back to haunt him.Nick Wright is the detective trying to solve the mystery of the double killing. His hunt for a motive takes him to the Vietnam, where the American tunnel rats fought the dirtiest battle of the war against the Viet Cong. But his search places him in grave danger with a killer determined to protect the secrets of the tunnels. At whatever cost . . .************PRAISE FOR STEPHEN LEATHER'A master of the thriller genre'Irish Times'As tough as British thrillers get . . . gripping' Irish Independent 'The sheer impetus of his story-telling is damned hard to resist'Sunday Express
By Dorothy L Sayers, Jill Paton Walsh
It is 1936 and Lord Peter Wimsey has returned from his honeymoon to set up home with his cherished new wife, the novelist Harriet Vane. As they become part of fashionable London society they encounter the glamorous socialite Rosamund Harwell and her wealthy impressario husband Laurence. Unlike the Wimseys, they are not in love - and all too soon, one of them is dead. A murder case that only Lord Peter Wimsey can solve.
The Trumpet shall Sound
By Aline Templeton
When Eden Hartington, conductor, impresario and founder of the Hartington Music Festival dies, his daughter Anna is determined to preserve his memory and keep the festival going. And she is prepared to sacrifice everything that stands in her way, including the career of Adam Beaumont, the conductor who succeeded her father. So when she is found murdered there is no shortage of people who benefit by her death.
The Trojan Sea
By Richard Herman
Lieutenant Colonel Mike Stuart, a paper pushing Air Force plans officer in the Pentagon, is sailing the Caribbean when a monster hurricane drives his sailboat into safe harbour in Cuba. A harmless incident but when he returns to work, his life takes an exciting turn. In Dallas, Texas, LJ Ellis, the beautiful, charismatic president of a small oil company, discovers what may be the world's last large oil reserve and determines to possess it. And Stuart would seem to be a faceless obstacle in her way, barely worthy of her attention as she twists the world of international oil and politics in pursuit of her goal, reaching into the White House and the highest levels of government.
The Tavern in the Morning
By Alys Clare
A man from London has taken over running the tavern on the main London to Hastings highway to the south of Tonbridge. He is not what he appears, and his arrival ushers in a sequence of apparently unrelated but disturbing events, whose escalating violence culminates in murder.
By Stephen Leather
***Now a motion picture, out 5th March 2018*** In different parts of London, three recruits prepare for their first day at the Metropolitan Police's training centre at Hendon. All three had succeeded in getting into the police in spite of weaknesses. But on their first day, the assistant commissioner announces that he wants them to join a team of undercover detectives. Their brief? To become criminals; to work their way up through whatever criminal organisations they can get access to, and to collate evidence against the criminals they come across. Their target? One of the world's biggest drug dealers, Den Donovan, alias 'Tango One' - number one on HM Customs and Excise's List of most wanted criminals. Three years later all the recruits are getting close to their target. Too close, perhaps, to remember the rules . . .***********Praise for Stephen Leather'[Leather] has the uncanny knack of producing plots that are all too real' Daily Mail'Let Spider draw you into his web, you won't regret it' - Sun
By Mandasue Heller
Sarah Mullen is a beautiful child who at seven years old is put into care by her drug-addicted mother. Trying to live with the rejection is bad enough, but no one could have prepared her for the pain that was yet to come.Harry Shaw is the boy that everyone bullies, the kid whose own mother locked him in a cupboard so she wouldn't have to look at his face, and then left him there.When he meets Sarah for the first time, a friendship is instantly forged. And out of a desire to be loved an alliance is born.Then into their lives comes Vinnie Walker, a good-looking and calculating thirteen-year-old who will change both their lives forever.
They Should Have Asked My Husband
By Pam Ayres
It is over 25 years since writer, entertainer, comedienne, and broadcaster PAM AYRES became a professional entertainer. Here she is recorded performing some of her best-loved poems - and some you won't have heard - in front of a live audience in her delightful new one-woman show.Pam's humorous poems have contributed immeasurably to the wider appeal of all forms of poetry, and her work was featured in a poll of the nation's favourite 100 poems.THEY SHOULD HAVE ASKED MY HUSBAND is a unique chance to hear this much-loved poet performing her best work.
By Jeffery Deaver
'I can make good bad and bad badder, and most fun of all, really bad seem good.' Jeffery DeaverAnd that is exactly what he does in this superb collection. In 'Beautiful' former supermodel Kari's stalker has followed her through retirement to her new small town home. The police can do nothing. The only thing that will end the nightmare is the stalker's death or her own. In the Edgar-nominated 'Triangle' Pete finds a true crime book - and uses the lessons contained therein to kill Mo's lover. The award-winning 'Without Jonathan' introduces us to Marissa, about to go on the first date of her life since she married Jonathan, with a man she met through the personals. As she wonders whether she will ever truly fall in love again, the man she is about to meet is killing a housewife in another part of town... And in the brand-new 'The Christmas Present', we see a side of Lincoln Rhyme we've never met before.
By Julian Stockwin
'Paints a vivid picture of life aboard the mighty ship-of-the-line' - Daily ExpressThomas Paine Kydd is in Halifax enjoying the recognition and favour of his fellow officers when Tenacious is summoned to join Horatio Nelson's taskforce on an urgent reconnaissance mission. Intelligence suggests the French Revolution is about to set the Mediterranean ablaze, but Bonaparte's fleet is nowhere to be found. Nelson and his 'Band of Brothers' begin a desperate search for him.Kydd's newfound ambition fuels his desire to be at the forefront of the hunt. But with power comes responsibility; with responsibility, accountability. Kydd will face his greatest challenge ever amidst bloodstained seas. And defeat will mean humiliation - or death.*******************What readers are saying about TENACIOUS'Stockwin's best effort yet' - 5 stars'Another fabulous story . . . Brilliantly written and totally engrossing' - 5 stars'A really good read, up to now the best in the series' - 5 stars'A very good insight into naval history . . . The best Kydd so far' - 5 stars'This book is great' - 5 stars
The Third Secret
By Steve Berry
What is the Third Secret? It is rumoured to be a prediction so shocking that it has been locked away for over eighty years. Could this be what is drawing Pope Clement XV to the Vatican archive, night after sleepless night? When Father Colin Michener is sent on a secret mission to the highlands of Romania, he is pitched into a vortex of suspicion, deceit, murder and forbidden passion. Suddenly, he is forced to face the very thing that has so distressed the Pope - and to unravel a mystery that will shake the world.
The Tailor of Panama
By John Le Carré
Harry Pendel is the charismatic proprietor of Pendel and Braithwaite Limitada of Panama, through whose doors everyone who is anyone in Central America passes; Andrew Osnard, mysterious and fleshly, is a spy. His secret mission is two-pronged: to keep a watchful eye on the political manoeuvrings leading up to the American handover of the Panama Canal on 31st December 1999; and to secure for himself the immense private fortune that has until now churlishly eluded him.
The Templar Legacy
By Steve Berry
The first explosive thriller in the Cotton Malone series from a New York Times megaselling author.The ancient order of the Knights Templar possessed untold wealth and absolute power, until the Inquisition destroyed them and their riches were lost forever.But some people don't believe in 'forever'.Ex-agent Cotton Malone used to work for Stephanie Nelle in the US Justice Department. Now Nelle wants his help to crack a series of puzzles that have confounded experts for centuries - and could lead to the legendary lost treasure of the Knights Templar.But someone else is on the trail - someone prepared to commit the ultimate crime to win the ultimate prize. Malone and Nelle find themselves in a heart-stopping race through the villages, castles and cloisters of Europe in pursuit of a secret that, in the wrong hands, could bring the world to its knees.
By Lin Anderson
'Lin Anderson is one of Scotland's national treasures' Stuart MacBrideWhen a young homeless girl dies in the latest of a string of arson attacks, Dr Rhona Macleod is called in. But here in Edinburgh she is off her patch - the Chief Fire Investigator is hot-tempered misogynist Severino Macrae, and he doesn't like to lose face. As the attacks escalate, will their growing chemistry distract them from the murderous arsonist who seems to be infiltrating their personal lives as well as their work?The Rhona Macelod Series:1: Driftnet2: Torch3: Deadly Code4: Dark Flight5: Easy Kill6: Final Cut7: Reborn8: Picture Her Dead9: Paths of the Dead10: The Special Dead11: None but the Dead12: Follow the Dead
This Is For You
By Rob Ryan
Rob Ryan's magical paper-cuts and screenprints have been used by designer Paul Smith, appeared on a Vogue model and graced book covers (THE BOOK OF LOST THINGS by John Connolly, The World to Come by Dara Horn). THIS IS FOR YOU is a magical, romantic and touching story of thoughts and dreams, loneliness and longing, the personal and the universal. Each page has been cut out of paper using a scalpel, sprayed and photographed.