Witty and well written satirical crime novel about contemporary London socialites.
Shade of Violet
A bit of low fantasy, a bit of crime mystery, a lot of entertaining characters and dialogue. A fun, light – but also well written novel.
How To Kill Men and Get Away With It
Entertaining novel about a one-woman quest to redress the balance. Too many men are violent against women. They don’t all get away with it.
Well-written, thoughtful book on the treatment of sexual offenders in a high-security prison in Yorkshire.
Everyone In My Family Has Killed Someone
A very clever and funny contemporary novel based on the 10 Commandments of crime fiction, as written in 1929.
Skelton’s Guide to Suitcase Murders
Funny, quirky, clever, entertaining and well written historical crime fiction. Book 2 in the Skelton’s Guide series
The Man Who Died Twice
Residents in a retirement community are back, solving murder again. More fun, plot twists and witty dialogue than ever.
Triflers Need Not Apply
There’s no excuse for being a serial killer… Or is there? Superbly written, captivating and vivid historical novel based on a true story.
Murder at Madame Tussauds
Well written, skillfully constructed detective novel set in London in 1896. A good ol’ pageturner with dead bodies galore – and bank heists.
The Devil You Know
Well written, moving accounts by a forensic psychiatrist, exploring the backgrounds of criminals and their motivations for committing crimes.