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The Necklace Affair (Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries #4.5)
By Ashley Gardner
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 27,890. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2011. Category: Fiction
London 1817. Captain Lacey agrees to track down the missing necklace of a society matron and prove the innocence of her maid, who has been arrested for its theft. He recruits Lady Breckenridge to infiltrate the matron's household, and finds himself competing with the underworld criminal, James Denis, for the necklace's retrieval. This is a ten-chapter (25,000 word) novella.
British legal History - The fielding Brothers & bow Street runners
By Don Hale
Price: $3.00 USD. Words: 4,150. Language: English. Published: July 14, 2011. Category: Nonfiction
This is part of a fascinating new series of exclusive legal history features following the Birth of Law and Order, Parish Constables and Watchmen in England from 1663, and the development of specific law officers - including the famous Bow Street Runners and a series of other protection officers introduced to help keep the peace.
The Gentleman's Walking Stick (Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries)
By Ashley Gardner
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 11,580. Language: English. Published: September 10, 2011. Category: Fiction
Two short stories of the Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries series. 1. The Gentleman's Walking Stick; 2. The Disappearance of Miss Sarah Oswald. In each, Captain Lacey unravels crimes on the back streets of Regency London. These stories inspired the launch of the Captain Lacey series of novels.
Victorian Crimebeaters - the birth of law and order
By Don Hale
Price: $2.00 USD. Words: 85,750. Language: English. Published: January 27, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
This is a unique account of the early days of policing in England from the night watchmen of the 1820s to the introduction and development of the detective force up and until 1910. It contains a particularly unusual report of life on the beat and how officers dealt with a variety of crimes. Includes reports on Sherlock Holmes and early ant-terrorism measures.