Book List in Order: 14 titles

  • “I trust this man. He may not look like much, but his intentions are as honourable as hell.”In this final instalment of Lyall’s Honour Series, Ranklin and O’Gilroy are faced with their most secret assignment yet.A French-American anarchist is...


  • “Fourteen hundred crowns – as near as possible,” he said miserably. “Is that high or low, for a man’s life?”On the ground-floor of a damp, Venetian warehouse, two men plot an assassination. The year is 1913, and Italy is walking the fine ...


  • ‘I don’t know if you’re working for Jiminez or not. But either way, the general made a mistake. You should’ve been in jail. Now you’re loose, and that worries me. Because you’re still a killer...’ Flying charter around the Caribbean ...


  • A chance encounter in an Athens bar with war-time flying buddy sets Jack Clay on the trail of the Nawab of Tungabhadra’s missing fortune, hi-jacked out of India years before at the time of partition. Maybe there would be nothing much in it for him ...


  • Roy Case, ex-Royal Air Force turned cargo pilot, lands in Nicosia to discover that his employers have gone bankrupt. Stranded at a rapidly deteriorating hotel, and assaulted in the street, he realizes that the cases clearly marked 'champagne' that he...


  • 'Stirring period piece set in the anxious months before the outbreak of the First World War' Sunday Times With the shadow of the First World War looming ever closer, Britain is quietly relieved when Turkish bandits hold to ransom engineers working...


  • 'Cary is great with a gun and deadpan about danger' SpectatorBill Cary makes a precarious living flying aerial surveys over Lapland. When he's hired by a wealthy American hunter, Frederick Wells Homer, to fly into a prohibited part of Finland near th...


  • Lean and literate suspense' GuardianIt seemed like money for old rope. All Kemp had to do was arrange the smooth passage of a Cezanne across the border to Switzerland, and anything was preferable to London in January.But on awaking in a Zurich park w...


  • “When I was younger,” the Brigadier mused, “it seemed to me that we had the best Secret Service in the world. It never got mentioned in the newspapers […] Only later did I realise that this was because we had no Secret Service at all.” The ...






  • 'You won't be able to put the book down' New York TimesWhen a prototype, next generation battle tank goes missing in the Jordanian desert, ex-SAS Major Harry Maxim is sent in. Secretly loaned to the Jordanian army for desert evaluation tests, the MBT...


  • Major Harry Maxim, formerly of the SAS, is a mysterious man who lost his wife to a horrific plane accident. He is as surprised as anyone when he is hired by 10 Downing Street to assist in matters of defence and security.Using all the knowledge fro...


  • ''A first-class piece of work'' New York Times Book ReviewMajor Harry Maxim, formerly of the SAS, is as surprised as anyone when he is hired by 10 Downing Street to assist in matters of defence and security.When there is a suspicious suicide at the M...


  • The battle-scarred Major Harry Maxim, Intelligence aide at Number 10 Downing Street, must find what links a deserting corporal, East German politics, a double killing in West Germany, a South London fight club, and a widowed Yorkshire piano teacher...


  • James Card loses his reputation as a bodyguard when his client, a Lloyd's underwriter, is shot right under his nose. So he begins research into the dead man's background. The author has written several bestselling thrillers including "The Wrong Side ...