Bruce Alexander




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 13 titles

  • Horror

    Oct-2011

    In the small town of Geode, New York, something unimaginably horrible and evil is about to be unleashed. Those who battle this cunning and merciless “Angel of Death”, are about to find-out what the most terrifying aspect is – that this is not ...

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  • Historical Mystery

    Mar-2005

    A Sir John Fielding Mystery - 11

    When Lord Lammermoor plunges to his death from Westminster Bridge before a dozen witnesses, his death is ruled a suicide. But his fatal leap coincides with the arrival of Dr. Goldsworthy--a student of the famous Dr. Franz Anton Mesmer and his researc...

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  • Historical Mystery

    Oct-2003

    A Sir John Fielding Mystery - 10

    When the body of a young girl is pulled from the Thames, blind magistrate Sir John Fielding's investigation leads his protege, Jeremy Proctor, into the notorious Seven Dials section of London. There the sordid inclinations of both the working class a...

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  • Historical Mystery

    Oct-2002

    A Sir John Fielding Mystery - 9

    A packet of incendiary letters is stolen from the London residence of a prominent official, and turns up in the colony of Massachusetts. Why are the contents of the letters so controversial? Why has a suspect in the theft turned up dead? And what sho...

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  • Historical Mystery

    Oct-2001

    A Sir John Fielding Mystery - 8

    Off the water that separates England from France, near the seaside town of Deal, the practice of "owling," a local term for the illegal cargo trade, thrives on the moonlit beaches. Blind judge Sir John Fielding and his young protege Jeremy Proctor ha...

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  • Historical Mystery

    Nov-2000

    A Sir John Fielding Mystery - 7

    Suspicion and fear are running high in London, as a gang of expert criminals terrorizes the town in a spree of robbery and murder. And in a time when slavery is still practiced in the colonies, there is but one peculiar clue to the identity of this g...

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  • in Crime Through Time III

    Mystery

    Jun-2000

    ANDREW GREELEY introduces a monk of the Middle Ages who investigates corruption in the Vatican to crack "The Case of the Murdered Pope"... Sir John Fielding, a blind eighteenth-century magistrate, confronts crime at a stuffy dinner party in BRUCE ALE...

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  • Historical Mystery

    Sep-1999

    A Sir John Fielding Mystery - 5

    When a nobleman who is the last of his line is executed, his possessions are expected to go to the Crown. Then a man appears--claiming to be the nobleman's younger brother who disappeared seven years ago -- and declares his right to the estate. But i...

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  • Historical Mystery

    Sep-1998

    A Sir John Fielding Mystery - 6

    When the jolly Earl of Laningham drops dead in the middle of a Handel concert, the authorities insist he died of natural causes. But blind magistrate Sir John fielding has a sixth sense for foul play, and instinct tells him that the Earl's sudden dea...

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  • Historical Mystery

    Sep-1997

    A Sir John Fielding Mystery - 4

    Person or Persons Unknown once again brings readers to eighteenth-century London, where prostitutes are being brutally murdered in Covent Garden. Sir John Fielding, the blind magistrate who cofounded London's first police force, calls upon his keen i...

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  • Historical Mystery

    Aug-1996

    A Sir John Fielding Mystery - 3

    "The year is 1769, and Jeremy Proctor, a manly, orphaned lad of fourteen, has been in the employ of Sir John Fielding for more than a year, lending his clear, observant eyes to the blind magistrate of the Bow Street Court in return for a thrilling ed...

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  • Historical Mystery

    Oct-1995

    A Sir John Fielding Mystery - 2

    The crime appeared as easily solved as it was wicked. A Grub Street printer, his family, and two apprentices brutally murdered in their sleep. A locked building. And at the scene, a raving mad poet brandishing a bloody axe. Surely the culprit had bee...

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  • Historical Mystery

    Dec-1994

    A Sir John Fielding Mystery - 1

    In 1768, thirteen-year-old Jeremy Proctor arrived in London. The city streets, bustling with gamblers, prostitutes, and thieves, were certainly no place for a boy on his own, and trouble wasted no time in finding the lad. He was falsely charged with ...

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