#15 in series: The murder of the matriarch of a family of fashion designers on her ninetieth birthday has DI Joe Rafferty wondering if one of her family thought she'd lived too long, because there is a limited cast of suspects, nearly all of them wealthy Sophia Egerton's ever-loving family.
Beggar's Pardon is the first novel length Lady Marmalade Mystery.
Lady Marmalade is traveling up to Puddle's End to visit an old school friend, Florence Hudnall. She's heading up to share her famous marmalade recipe with her and to enjoy some much relaxed time.
It's 1942 and the war still rages on. Lady Marmalade is staying in London against the advice of her son and her butler. It's too dangerous with Germany's ongoing air raids, but she won't have it any other way.
Four old-fashioned ghost stories, by the author of Xanadu and People Like Us. From Edwardian England to modern Hong Kong, encountering succubi, noppera-bo and (possibly) the Antichrist along the way...
When Janie Hamilton unexpectedly inherits Tolham Castle, there are mysteries to uncover in the dungeon, and the disappearance of a guest needs to be explained.
A collection of four stories:
The Tolham Castle Legacy,
The Tolham Castle Mystery,
The Tolham Castle Banquet,
Tolham Castle: The Mystery of the Runes.
It should have been easy, Nicolas Keszthelyi knew. The nuns at Notre-Dame-de-Pitié had no idea that their collection of religious bric-a-brac contained a lost masterpiece worth millions. Anyone could have walked away with it. Certainly an unscrupulous dealer like Keszthelyi - with a network of shady contacts and an amoral devotion to beauty - should have had no trouble at all...
August 1976. Romney Marsh. A long hot summer. On the surface, all is well with Hazel Dawkins' life. The young lawyer, is happily absorbed in her baby daughter. However, no sooner has she agreed to return to work than she finds herself trapped in a web of crime and corruption: a web that draws upon dark forces from the past which return to destroy her and all she holds dear