March UK titles coming soon!

Coming 30 March . . . From the streets of Victorian Leeds to a top-secret facility in World War II America, our March mysteries are full of intrigue and surprises!

Red Hand of Fury 4The Red Hand of Fury
by R. N. Morris

June, 1914. A young man is mauled to death by a polar bear at London Zoo, while another young man leaps to his death from a notorious Suicide Bridge. Two seemingly unconnected deaths, but there are similarities. Following a third attempted suicide, DI Silas Quinn knows he must uncover the link between the three men if he is to discover what caused them to take their own lives. A card was found in each of the victims’ possession, depicting a crudely-drawn red hand. What does it signify? To find the answers, Quinn must revisit his own dark past. But can he keep his sanity?

tin god

The Tin God
by Chris Nickson

Leeds, England. October, 1897. Superintendent Harper’s wife Annabelle is one of seven women selected to stand for election as a Poor Law Guardian, but Annabelle and the other female candidates start to receive anonymous letters from someone who believes a woman’s place lies firmly in the home. The threats escalate into outright violence when an explosion rips through the church hall where Annabelle is due to hold a meeting – with fatal consequences. With the lives of his wife and daughter at risk, the political becomes cruelly personal for Tom Harper . . .

 

murder1Murder Takes a Turn
by Eric Brown

Langham’s literary agent, Charles Elder, receives a cryptic letter inviting him to spend the weekend at the Cornish home of successful novelist Denbigh Connaught. Accompanying Charles to Connaught House, Langham and his wife Maria discover that they are not the only guests. And when a body is discovered in Connaught’s study, dark secrets that haunt the past of each and every guest – including Charles Elder himself – are uncovered.

 

daeth of a noviceDeath of a Novice
by Cora Harrison

When new young nun, Sister Gertrude, is found dead inside a wooden shed, the Reverend Mother delves into her background and finds some puzzling anomalies. Could there be a link between her death and the gunpowder explosion on Spike Island? The answers to this question and more must be found if the Reverend Mother is to catch a vicious murderer.

 

 

sabotage in the secret

Sabotage in the Secret City
by Diane Fanning

May 1945. Harry S. Truman has become president, the Allied Forces are closing in on Berlin and the research scientists at the secret facility in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, are doing their bit to bring the war to a conclusion. But does the end justify the means? A campaign of small acts of sabotage convinces Libby that one of their number is deliberately trying to delay the mission. But when the pranks turn deadly, can Libby unmask the traitor within?

 

queen's progressQueen’s Progress
by M J Trow

May, 1591. Queen Elizabeth decides to embark on a Royal Progress, and Kit Marlowe is sent ahead to ensure all goes smoothly. But Marlowe’s mission is dogged by disaster with the discovery of bodies along the way. Are the incidents linked? Is there a conspiracy to sabotage the Queen’s Progress? To uncover the truth, Marlowe must come up with a fiendishly clever plan.

 

cross my pathCross My Path
by Clea Simon

Care’s reputation as a private investigator is growing and clients are beating a path to her door. An elderly woman seeks Care’s help in finding out what happened to her brother. Blackie senses he’s met this woman before, sometime before he became a cat. But who is she – and what is their connection? At the same time, a dockworker asks Care to find a colleague who’s gone missing, and the investigation takes a disturbing new twist . . .

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