Well written, moving accounts by a forensic psychiatrist, exploring the backgrounds of criminals and their motivations for committing crimes.
Funny, quirky, clever, entertaining and well written historical crime fiction. Book 2 in the Skelton’s Guide series
Atmospheric mystery set in 1399 in a French convent. Featuring feminist writer Christine de Pizan, who really worked under King Charles VI.
Oops! Minutes after helping Albert Cann commit suicide, Felix Pink realizes that the wrong man is dead. Police are already on the way.
Murder at the Ritz is a well-written, well-paced police procedural set in London in 1940, to the backdrop of blackouts and German bombings.
Moonflower Murders is a marvelous, intriguing, page-turning, fun puzzle that’s fiendishly complex yet very readable.
Legacy of Death has all the ingredients of a 19th century sensational mystery novel, with a 21st century ethos and style. Book 2 in a series.
Realistic and gripping psychological thriller; fast paced, tense and tightly plotted. When everyone is hiding something, who can you trust?
Race riots, royals and gender bending. No, it’s not 2020. It’s 1981 and there’s a serial killer at large in this indy British crime novel.
Des is a good father. He loves his wife and children more than anything. So much that he’s determined to take care of them, once and for all.