Crime & Mystery Fiction
A clerical mystery in the classic English detective style.
Monastery Mysteries 5. Christmastide in the Monastery. Antony is narrating a film series on the English Mystics, and–drum roll– Felicity and Antony are getting married. If only Felicity can keep her mother from staging a Royal Wedding–and if she can escape the insidious murderer stalking the Yorkshire moors.
It’s 1920 and Poppy Denby gets a job on a London tabloid and starts investigating the death of a Suffragette seven years earlier. The Jazz Files, the first in the popular ‘Golden Age’ style mystery series, was shortlisted for the prestigious CWA Historical Dagger. Other books include The Kill Fee, The Death Beat, The Cairo Brief and The Art Fiasco. Paperback & ebook (Lion Fiction); large print & audiobook (W.F. Howes).
Cass Claymore, a red headed, motorbike riding, ex-ballerina inherits a Detective Agency, and accidently employs an ex-con dwarf and an octogenarian. Join her as she follows a trail littered with missing antique teddies, hapless crooks, a misplaced Lord of the Realm and dead bodies. Will Cass, and Scotland, survive?
Cub reporter Poppy Denby investigates the death of a Suffragette in 1920s London. The first in the Poppy Denby Investigates series. A historical mystery, shortlisted for the CWA Historical Dagger 2016.
A Body in the Water. A plethora of suspects. Crew aboard the fictional Coral Queen find themselves stretched to the limit by the antics of a Queen tribute act, a troublesome stag party and a group of excitable female cheerleaders.
When freelance journalist Juliet learns that her sister Zoe has fallen for the charismatic leader of a mystical cult in the Cotswolds, she sets off to investigate, and to rescue Zoe. She is unprepared for what her investigations will uncover.
A ruthless hitman, an elderly woman in danger. All that stands between them is an off-duty police woman with a broken heart and a cruise ship nurse. Can cruise ship sleuth, Rachel Prince overcome her grief and unravel this murder mystery?
It’s three years later, and Zoe has started afresh with her new husband in the same Cotswold manor house. Nightmares about a young girl running for her life disturb Zoe and she finds herself confronted by frightening paranormal forces.
Just when you thought it was safe to cruise again. A dead body, a Russian tour party and tension in the medical centre – Rachel must solve another murder mystery during a dangerous transatlantic crossing!
The company is shocked when a nun who is part of an exclusive religious party collapses and dies. First thoughts suggest natural causes and Rachel’s best friend – cruise ship nurse – is keen to believe this is the case if it means keeping Rachel out of trouble. Rachel is not convinced and believes the death is suspicious, particularly when her father shares the nun’s dying words.