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State Sponsored Terror
In a small Hampshire town teenager Adam Goodchild witnesses his mother's brutal murder, shot dead by security police in the back garden of their cute cottage, an event that will one day return to haunt the government itself. Adam goes on the run and discovers he isn't alone, for there's a whole underclass of malcontents out there with similar stories to tell. "State Sponsored Terror" charts the [...]


The Bunny and the Bear - A Cold and Frosty Winter
This is a story for children and the young at heart (of any age!) It features lots of fab characters, beginning of course with the Bunny and the Bear, both of whom are desperately seeking good new homes. Follow the story of the Bunny and the Bear, as they set out on their quest to find a suitable new place to live, and ultimately find true happiness. Will they be successful and will they find [...]


The Death Broker
Soon to be eighteen, Rhiannon Reece lives with her grandparents. Her mother was killed when she was just one, and her father, unable to cope with events, fled to Australia, never to be seen or heard of again. One morning, Rhiannon ostensibly sets off for school, but she doesn't arrive, and worse still, in the evening she doesn't come home. Her grandparents are distraught. Where is Rhiannon? She [...]


Kissing a Killer
Twenty-something Eleanor Wright does tricks for men for cash to feed a growing drugs habit. She lives in a run down caravan in an isolated spot down by the river. One Friday night the caravan burns down and Eleanor perishes within, but is it an accident, suicide, or murder? Inspector Walter Darriteau and his team are called in to investigate and embark on a journey that none of them could [...]


The Inconvenient Unborn
England in the near future - though you may not like what you see. The Cazenoves and the Wilsons don't get along, leastways the parents don't - the teenage kids adore each other, most of the time, but when the oldest Wilson girl, Tracey, falls pregnant, sparks fly. Donald Cazenove just happens to be Freddie Wilson's boss, but Fred isn't without influence himself, being the senior shop steward, [...]


Grist Vergette's Curious Clock - The Great Adventure is About to Begin...
Johnny Vergette is repairing an old motorbike in the garage when his mother calls him into the house. Grist Vergette, his grandfather, passed away a few weeks before, and Johnny's inheritance has just arrived. It's a key. The key to Grist's old garden shed down on the allotments. Johnny goes outside where he meets Seri, the German neighbour's daughter, and the two of them set off - in the [...]


Down into the Darkness
"Down into the Darkness" is David Carter's tenth book and something of a departure from his usual English murder mysteries: "The Murder Diaries - Seven Times Over" and "The Sound of Sirens" plus "The Life and Loves of Gringo Greene". It's also a lot shorter than many of his books, running to around 140 pages. Here's the back cover blurb: Tony Jenks lives alone in a small first floor flat in an [...]


The Sound of Sirens
The ancient city of Chester, Friday night and the weekend starts here. High summer, skimpy fashions, girls in short skirts and tight jeans, boys looking for fun. A sultry night, and the town's relaxed. It's 11pm and the pubs are beginning to close. The band has just finished playing; packing their instruments away, but the night is young. A young man enters the still crowded pub. Walks up to the [...]


The Murder Diaries - Seven Times Over
There have been three suspicious deaths in the ancient city of Chester, but are they accidents, suicide, or murder? Inspector Walter Darriteau lives in the city, and he's soon on the case. "The Murder Diaries - Seven Times Over" is the first novel in a series of seven standalone books. If you enjoy English crime stories, detailed characters, compelling prose with occasional hints of humour, this [...]


The Twelfth Apostle
"The Twelfth Apostle" is the new Inspector Walter Darriteau murder/mystery. It's set in the present day in the northwest of England. Walter receives a late night phone call from a long-ago superior from Scotland Yard. He needs a favour, and he needs it bad. The body of a young Oriental woman is unceremoniously dumped outside the city swimming baths at the dead of night. A young man with aging [...]


The Life and Loves of Gringo Greene
Have you ever been in love? Was it good for you? Would you do it again? Gringo Greene has never been in love. That's half his problem. But when a young woman gives in her notice at Dryden Engineering no one really cared that much, except perhaps Gringo Greene. In her absence he dives into a series of frantic affairs that will change his life forever, but can he find happiness and contentment, and [...]


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