Historical Mystery

A Talent For Murder

Andrew Wilson
A Talent For Murder
Paperback

To Die But Once (Maisie Dobbs #14)

Jacqueline Winspear
To Die But Once (Maisie Dobbs #14)
Trade Paperback

A Necessary Evil

Abir Mukherjee
A Necessary Evil
Paperback

British Crime Book of the Month – May 2017

1919: The Derbyshire village of Wenfield is still reeling from four terrible years of war, and now, just when the village is coming to terms with the loss of so many of its sons, the brutal murder of a young girl shatters its hard-won tranquillity. Imagine a plot as devious as anything Agatha Christie devised, locate it in a Derbyshire village in 1919 and with writing as close to the pulse as Vera Brittain’s Testament of Youth and you will have some idea of the extraordinary power of Kate Ellis’s new novel.

British Crime Book of the month – January

Andrew Martin – The Yellow Diamond is our british crime book of the month for January. India, 1923. On the broiling Night Mail from Calcutta to Jamalpur, a man is shot dead in a first class compartment. Detective Inspector Jim Stringer was sleeping in the next compartment along. Was he the intended target?

The Humbug Murders (Ebenezer Scrooge Mystery)

L. J. Oliver
The Humbug Murders (Ebenezer Scrooge Mystery)
Paperback

A Study in Murder (Watson #3)

Robert Ryan
A Study in Murder (Watson #3)
Paperback

Dreaming Spies (A Sherlock Holmes & Mary Russell Mystery #13)

King Laurie R.
Dreaming Spies (A Sherlock Holmes & Mary Russell Mystery #13)
Paperback

Journey Under the Midnight Sun

Keigo Higashino
Journey Under the Midnight Sun
Trade Paperback

British Crime Book of the month – September

Calcutta, 1837. Young Ensign William Avery is tasked by his employers - the East India Company - to track down disgraced agent Xavier Mountstuart, lost to the jungle. Forced to take with him dissolute, disillusioned, errant genius ex-officer Jeremiah Blake, Avery is sure their mission is doomed.
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