Crime (49)
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    When something from Belfast’s troubled past happens again in 2014, everyone fears the worst and Marc Craig’s team is called.

    They find a place of contemplation and a distant country linked in an unexpected way. One which no-one could have foretold.

    The team also gains a new member, and in the background preparations continue for a momentous event, but everything depends on the case being solved first.

    The Careless Word. Be careful of what you say. Book Eight in the Craig Crime Series.


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    It’s Somerset for the Sanford 3rd Age Club and, at a busy charity weekend in the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare, Joe, Sheila and Brenda are looking forward to a relaxing time.

    But along with the chocolate for the Great Egg Hunt, someone has hidden a body, and even before the rain stops, the STAC are in the thick of it. Threatened with violence as he tries to learn the identity of the bad-tempered redhead wandering round town, embroiled in blackmail and hidden personal histories, while the body count rises, Joe and his two companions struggle to make sense of what is going on around them.

    With the Easter Bonnet Parade to come, it’s obvious these are no accidents.

    They’re MURDER… amongst the chocolate eggs.


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    Belfast’s Suicide

    When a series of suicides occurs within a short period of time, and every one is committed by a person with everything to live for, Marc Craig’s suspicions begin to rise.

    On investigating, Craig’s team enters a world that links cyber reality with real lives, where respectable façades unravel to reveal hidden identities.

    The Coercion Key. Book Seven in the Craig Crime Series.

    Now complete the The Craig Crime Series:

    A Limited Justice
    The Grass Tattoo
    The Visitor
    The Waiting Room
    The Broken Shore
    The Slowest Cut
    The Coercion Key
    The Careless Word
    The History Suite
    The Sixth Estate
    The Sect
    The Keeper
    The Talion Code

    Catriona King’s Craig Series follow Marc Craig and his murder detective team as they hunt killers in Belfast and further afield. A truly modern British/Irish detective series with excellent stories and a real charm.


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    It’s summertime, and the Sanford 3rd Age Club are living it up in the seaside town of Filey. But the hot months don’t pass without problems for amateur sleuth, Joe Murray.

    Was Nicola Leach’s death an accident or deliberate? Did Eddie Dobson fall into the sea or did he jump? What’s going on behind the innocent façade – and closed doors – of the Beachside Hotel? And who raided Joe’s room?

    Joe and his sidekicks must find the answers to solve the mystery of The Filey Connection.


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    The Girl in the Empty Room. From the bestselling author of Isolation.

    A troubled single mother goes missing. A highly unusual sexually-transmitted infection spreads around a small town. Two bodies wash up on a beach.

    Are these seemingly unrelated events connected to a government plot to eliminate undesirable members of society; an ancient myth about an Indian chief; a series of unsolved copycat murders; or to a self-proclaimed shaman and tattooist – a man who believes his body art is infused with magical powers?

    Hundreds of people eventually succumb to the infection. The town is quarantined. The shaman’s tattoos do indeed come to life, inciting gruesome acts of violence. In a supernatural twist, the missing woman becomes an unlikely hero – a wrathful conduit – avenging a great evil perpetrated against a peaceful tribe of people hundreds of years ago.

    The Girl in the Empty Room is released September 2017.


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    #1 The Jim Cobb Murder Mysteries

    Between 1932 and 1942, five unidentified white males between 25 and 45 were murdered in gruesome circumstances known as the Hanging Murders. At the time, during the Depression, many men wandered the country looking for work, food, and a new beginning. No one missed them.

    Their murders were never solved. They became cold cases – until now, 1957.

    When a man is found hanging upside down, cut up like butcher’s meat in a slaughterhouse, Jim Cobb, Sheriff of Inyo County, begins to investigate. What follows is a gruesome, dark journey into the heart of America.

    The Hanging Murderer has returned.


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    Belfast’s Aging.

    When a health worker is found murdered, everything points to a random attack. But when Marc Craig’s team investigates, motives of greed and payback are revealed.

    As the legacy of a faraway conflict plays out, a member of Craig’s team finds the case echoing uncomfortably with his life, and another suffers a brutal wake up call.

    The History Suite. Never underestimate experience.

    Book Nine in the Craig Crime Series. A new Northern Ireland crime.


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    #2 in David Robinson’s bestselling Sanford Third Age Club mystery series.

    It’s August and Gibraltar Hall hosts reality TV show I-Spy with Brenda as one of the contestants. Her Sanford 3rd Age Club friends arrive to welcome her back after a week’s stay in the house.

    Inside, feelings run strong between the Housies. Arguments become heated. Then one of them is found dead.

    With cameras covering most of the house, no one could have gone near the victim without being seen. No one from the outside could have entered the house without being seen. It must be suicide.

    But Joe knows it was murder and he must persuade the police of that. It’s a complex and maddening puzzle for the Sanford 3rd Age Club.

    Can they solve the impossible murder?


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    D.S. Jonah Greene’s police career is at a dead end. Following three months of stress-related sick leave, he is sidelined from his C.I.D. team and transferred to the Coroner’s Office. His first body is that of a homeless man who froze to death.

    What should be a straightforward case takes an unexpected turn when Greene is handed a list, containing seven names, in the dead man’s handwriting. Greene investigates the names and discovers a tale of greed and murder which stretches back to the mid-1990s.

    His career, his marriage, and his life may be threatened, but he will not give up until he has found the truth and brought the guilty to justice.


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    “A gripping tale of secrets and lies remembered long after the last page.” – Amanda James, author of Behind the Lie.

    Doctor Abby Fenton has a rewarding career, a loving family, an enviable lifestyle – and a secret that could destroy everything.

    When human remains are discovered in the grounds of an idyllic Tuscan holiday home she is forced to confront the memories she has suppressed until now and relive the summer she spent at the villa in 1992. A summer that ended in tragedy. The nearer she gets to the truth the closer she comes to losing her sanity.

    In order to hold onto the people she loves most, she must make sure they never discover what she did. But the reappearance of someone else from that summer threatens to blow her secret wide open.