St. Benet's A Chilling Norfolk Broads Crime Thriller

St. Benet's is a gripping crime thriller, the second in a chilling series of serial killer books, ones which will rapidly convert followers of Faith Martin, Joy Ellis and Damien...

Then She Was Gone

'Luca Veste has talent for exposing the ugliness of the criminal mind...For readers in search of disturbing and dark, you have come to the right place.' 

Nature's Mutiny How the Little Ice Age of the Long Seventeenth Century Transformed the West and Shaped the Present

In this innovative and compelling work of environmental history, Philipp Blom chronicles the great climate crisis of the 1600s, a crisis that would transform the entire social and...

The Redeemed

It is 1916. The world has gone to war, and young Leo Sercombe, hauling coal aboard the HMS Queen Mary, is a long way from home. The wild, unchanging West Country roads of his...

Dirty

Rookie Cop Dave Stewart knew that William Bailey was guilty of murder.  All he had to do to convict him was change one line in his statement. Detective Chief Superintendent John...

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Once upon a time in what was then reasonably Great Britain, there was a world in which the not too serious business of politics was practised without those people known today,...

The Mask of Command

When an act of murder throws the western provinces into turmoil, Aurelius Castus is ordered to take command of the military forces on the Rhine. But he soon discovers that the...

Gallows Thief

The year is 1820 and England has fought its last victorious battle against the French. Rider Sandman, a hero of Waterloo, has finally returned to London to wed his young bride....

Don Juan

Lord Byron's satirical take on the legend of Don Juan is a moving and witty poem that sees the young hero in a reversal of roles. Juan sheds his image as a womaniser and instead...

1815: Regency Britain in the Year of Waterloo

1815 was the year of Waterloo, the British victory that ended Napoleon's European ambitions and ushered in a century largely of peace for Britain. But what sort of country were...

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