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by Ray Connolly Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

The campaign of terror in London begins with a televised death-threat and climaxes in a spectacular, on-the-air takeover of capital radio.

One man has been following the terrorists from the beginning. John Huckleston,...

I Want Him Dead

by Anthony Masters Bloomsbury Publishing (September 24, 2013)

Deserted by her husband, Anne Lucas wants him dead.

Small-time villain Joe Barrington wants out from the manipulations of gangster-on-the-run Michael McMarn. Joe's brother, Eamonn Coyd, emotionally and physically...

Gone to Timbuctoo

by John Pearson Bloomsbury Publishing (June 18, 2013)

Not a tooth is knocked out, not a kidney bashed inÂ? an outstanding thriller that rests on less obvious grounds. The characters are odd but rarely violent. Their aims are bizarre and their methods usually unorthodox....

The Shape of Ice

by Douglas Hurd Bloomsbury Publishing (April 02, 2013)

Prime Minister Simon Russell's personal alarm clock is ticking away, while outside, beyond No. 10, prison riots, bombs in Ireland, corporate blackmail in China and civil unrest in Russia jostle for attention....

A Sunday Kind of Woman

by Ray Connolly Bloomsbury Publishing (February 14, 2013)

First published in 1980, this is a tale of Charlie Fairweather, song-writer and occasional performer, for whom holidays meant quick affairs, quickly forgotten. But the woman he met in Sicily was different.


The Sun Place

by Ray Connolly Bloomsbury Publishing (January 11, 2013)

Elixir. World's most luxurious fun spot. Island of coral sands, clear green seas, and wild abandon. Where love and play begin before the sun goes down. Where nights of revelry stretch into eternities of sensuous...

The Fire Fighter

by Francis Cottam Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2012)

Autumn 1940. London is being firebombed, unable to strike back as the Luftwaffe drones overhead. Jack Finlay, a young man notorious for his ability to fight fires, is given the task of preventing five buildings...

The Lion Heart

by Alan Clark Bloomsbury Publishing (December 17, 2012)

First published in 1969, this is a tale of a skilful mixture of ageing flyers, with planes to match, battling their way through arms smuggling, Middle East intrigue and the tale of a fabulous sword which once...

Heathcliff's Tale

by Emma Tennant Bloomsbury Publishing (August 22, 2012)

Heathcliff's Tale is the story of the haunting of Henry Newby, a young man despatched to Haworth Parsonage shortly after the death of Emily Bronte to retrieve a novel by Ellis Bell for his uncle, publisher of...

Ten Minutes to Turn the Devil

by Douglas Hurd Bloomsbury Publishing (July 25, 2012)

As an MP, Douglas Hurd would write a new short story every year during the summer Parliamentary recess. This collection comprises ten tales, including a moving account of a family in Bosnia (The Last Day of...

A Penknife in My Heart

by Nicholas Blake Bloomsbury Publishing (July 16, 2012)

First published in 1958, A Penknife in My Heart tells the story of how two men - total strangers - establish the perfect alibis by arranging to switch victims. Ned Stowe will kill Stuart Hammer's wealthy uncle...

Sleeping Dogs

by Thomas Mogford Bloomsbury Publishing (April 09, 2015)

An old friend persuades Gibraltarian lawyer Spike Sanguinetti to take a well-earned rest on Corfu's beautiful north-east coast. But when the bloodied body of a young Albanian is found and a local man accused...