Catch me if you can… These daring detectives are on the case!

From a suspicious suicide to buried skulls and a fiery nudist club, can some of our favourite detectives crack these chilling cases and catch a bunch of cold-blooded murderers? We wouldn’t bet against them…

DREAMS OF FEAR by Hilary Bonner

When routine police enquiries reveal evidence indicating that Jane Ferguson’s assumed suicide was actually a murder, her husband becomes the chief suspect. Called in to launch a major inquiry, Detective Inspector David Vogel discovers that nothing connected with the death is as it seems, uncovering a succession of shocking family secrets…

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THE HOCUS GIRL by Chris Nickson

Leeds, 1822. When Simon Westow’s friend Davey Ashton is arrested for sedition, he is determined to clear his name. But Davey’s not the only one who needs Simon’s help – another man has been ‘hocussed’ by a mysterious young woman. Simon and his assistant Jane encounter murder, lies and betrayal as they attempt to save Davey and find the hocus girl.

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Criminologist Will Traynor is brought in to assist the police on a baffling murder investigation when a shocking discovery reveals links to a past crime. Aware of Traynor’s troubled past, Detective Inspector Bernard Watts is sceptical that Traynor will bring anything useful to the investigation. He’s about to be proved very wrong…

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NAKED FLAMES by Graham Ison

DCI Harry Brock and DS David Poole receive news that Robert Sharp, a conman wanted by the police, has been found dead in a fire at a nudist club near Harrow. Plunged into a deadly mix of deception, betrayal and fraud, Harry and Dave soon uncover a number of people with a grudge against Robert, but can they unmask his killer?

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