Tag: british

The Butcher

The Butcher

| July 8, 2019

She thought it was pork. She was wrong. The first time hapless food inspector Emily Underwood meets butcher Frank Pinch, he’s not got much at all in his display counters. But what he does have is a rather unusual plan to restock his shelves. The next time they bump into each other, he’s won an […]

Murder at Macbeth

Murder at Macbeth

| June 20, 2019

Whose deadly secret has taken centre stage? When a talented, young actress unwittingly stabs herself live onstage after a prop knife is tampered with, suspicion immediately falls on her eclectic band of castmates. But who had the motive to kill the show’s leading lady? As the insightful, yet disillusioned, Detective Inspector Finley Robson and his […]

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Terror Trip

Terror Trip

| April 21, 2019

“If you have a thing for British Suspense novels, Terror Trip by Delaney Landon is for you. It is a gripping read and you will want to devour the pages to find out what happens to everyone you get to know in the story.”  Self-Publishing Review Gabriel and his two friends clash with Nelson and […]

Company of Spies

Company of Spies

| April 12, 2018

Apparently unrelated people are committing suicide and Anna Lingaard suspects foul play. She unearths a conspiracy that could rock the foundations of the British Security Services and when Lingaard meets the enigmatic Arthur Prendergast she is thrust into a shady underworld that exists in her own office. In the spirit of John Le Carre and […]

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Cold Press

Cold Press

| July 14, 2017

In the winter of 1993, top investigative journalist Clare Woodbrook goes missing on the eve of unveiling her biggest story. Her researcher, Danny Churchill, sets out to find her, aided by his flatmate – fashion photographer Anna Burgin. But they are not alone in trying to find Clare. Danny and Anna embark upon on an […]

The Sunny Centre – Career Advice (Book 1)

The Sunny Centre – Career Advice (Book 1)

| June 24, 2017

What is it like to live in the shadow of a successful, infinitely more popular sibling – and where does the git get off being younger and better looking? Meet Bill Turrock; a balding, middle-aged community centre worker who likes nothing better than playing second fiddle to his brother, a best selling self-help writer, who, […]

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