Book List:14 titles
  • Jack Haldean’s newly-wedded bliss is disrupted by a series of shocking revelations in this gripping historical mystery. When an old schoolfriend of Jack’s wife Betty witnesses a disturbing vision in the garden of a smart suburban house, Jack is i...


  • A thrilling World War One spy story from the author of the acclaimed Jack Haldean series. Working for the British Government as a secret agent, Anthony Brooke wants to expose the people responsible for blackmailing innocent people and gruesome mur...


  • A thrilling World War One spy story from the author of the acclaimed Jack Haldean series. Working for the British Government as a secret agent, Anthony Brooke wants to expose the people responsible for blackmailing innocent people and gruesome mur...


  • Farholt; the celebrated country house. The scene of intrigue, robbery and murder … Sandy felt the dying man’s hand move in hers as his eyes fluttered open. “Farholt,” he said in a whisper. “Farholt.” Sandy felt his hand tighten. “Go on,...


  • The message consisted of one neatly typewritten line: I am killing you slowly. You are going to die. The Chessman. Isabelle Stanton and Sue Castradon always arranged the flowers in the village church on Fridays. But Sue was glad to escape the chur...


  • A church art exhibition turns deadly... ‘Art, my dear boy,’ said Mr Askern, ‘especially sacred art, needs tradition. Tradition is the bedrock of our art...’ He broke off, staring at the woman in front of him. Her face seemed to lose all...


  • When Mrs Paxton, related to the aristocratic Leigh family of Sussex, is found poisoned in her bedroom one morning, fingers point towards her artist nephew Terence Napier, seen leaving the house earlier that previous evening after a row over her will....


  • A thrilling World War One spy story from the author of the acclaimed Jack Haldean series. “There’s a spy in England. Frankie’s letter. Read Frankie’s letter . . .” The last words said by a dying man to Anthony Brooke in Kiel in Germany d...


  • A missing man leads Jack Haldean straight into danger . . . Mark Helston, the rising star of Hunt Coffee Limited, was successful and popular, with plenty of money and everything to live for. Yet at half past seven on the evening of the ninth of J...






  • The new entry in the popular ‘Jack Haldean’ series, set in the Roaring Twenties Charles Otterbourne’s New Century company should have been the perfect partner for Professor Alan Carrington’s radical new gramophone. After all, Charles wa...


  • A Jack Haldean mystery, set in the Roaring Twenties "A hundred thousand dragons lie, underneath an Arabian sky..." How do a few lines of poetry, a chance encounter in a London hotel, and a death in Sussex lead to a lost city of Arabia, and to...


  • Praise for Dolores Gordon-Smith: “With vision and vigor, Gordon-Smith pulls off another Golden Age delight.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch “A classic postwar country-house mystery with a Christie-like denouement.”—Kirkus Reviews “Dorothy Saye...


  • It's the height of summer, 1923. At a ball in Sussex, former Royal Flying Corps pilot Jack Haldean investigates an apparent suicide, but everything is thrown into chaos when a group of Russian revolutionaries becomes involved in the affair. In a case...


  • When two comrades are murdered during the height of a village festival in 1922, crime writer and former Royal Flying Corps pilot Jack Haldean realizes that the killings are linked to a specific World War I battle involving a deadly adversary. Simulta...