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The Lighthouse By Richard Jenkins
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A detective novel set in the Medway Towns. A body is found in the lighthouse, but who is the killer, and why, In this whodunnit, Inspector Partridge has to battle against illness and fatigue to... More > find the killer fast , before they strike again.< Less
Crime By Xtian
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A surrealist tale of the murder of a nobleman and its disastrous consequences.
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A surrealist tale of the murder of a nobleman and its disastrous consequences.
Glimpse By Michael Garcia
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MURDER AT THE HOTEL SOLARIA “GLIMPSE cliffhangers like a matinee show and delivers like the great detective stories of yesteryear! –The only other great sci-fi book of its class is Robert... More > Silverberg’s Across A Billion Years!” — Sci-Fi Now While on vacation, coolly-calculating Inspector Potto Gumpuff of the two independently-thinking brains with the stoic-sense-of-humour collides into a situation where a murder has been committed and he must solve the case—and super quickly—before all the clues either ‘vanish’ or are swept up and taken away forever. Set in a retro-tech world, where aliens and humanoids are forced to co-exist and accept each others customs and absurdities. In a place where Google has been replaced by OMNI, a chugging search engine that delivers cleverer-than- thou answers. And placed amid all the sheer exuberance of detail and cosmic craziness, it is pure genius. Think of GLIMPSE as a cross between Bladerunner and Agatha Christie.< Less
Glimpse Special Edition By Michael Garcia
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While on vacation, coolly-calculating Inspector Potto Gumpuff of the two independently-thinking brains with the stoic-sense-of-humour collides into a situation where a murder has been committed and... More > he must solve the case—and super quickly—before all the clues either ‘vanish’ or are swept up and taken away forever. Set in a retro-tech world, where aliens and humanoids are forced to co-exist and accept each others customs and absurdities. In a place where Google has been replaced by OMNI, a chugging search engine that delivers cleverer-than- thou answers. And placed amid all the sheer exuberance of detail and cosmic craziness, it is pure genius. Think of GLIMPSE as a cross between Bladerunner and Agatha Christie. "GLIMPSE cliffhangers like a matinee show and delivers like the great detective stories of yesteryear! –The only other great sci-fi book of its class is Robert Silverberg’s Across A Billion Years!” — Sci-Fi-X< Less
KILLER SMILE By David Whitehead, Steve Hayes
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Jack Monroe was a man with a dream. He wanted to start a foundation that would encourage architects from poorer families. But to do it, he needed fifty million dollars. So he hooked up with the... More > wealthy Thornhill family. But the Thornhills had more than their share of dirty little secrets, and Jack soon found himself a pawn in a deadly game of murder and deceit. If he wasn’t careful, he could wind up becoming the architect of his own downfall.< Less
The Crime Committee By Gavin Macdonald
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Sergeant MacRae's first case with Chief Inspector Ian Forsyth, explaining their odd relationship and giving a humorous insight into the Scottish university scene. A lecturer is murdered in Inverforth... More > University and MacRae is appalled when Forsyth lets an academic committee loose on the investigation, making a bet with the University's Principal on who will solve the crime. A second murder occurs and MacRae is in despair, fearing for his job, when an academic admits he has solved the mystery and the other two say likewise. But it emerges each has fastened on a clue relevant to his own discipline and they have come to three different solutions. Forsyth again triumphs by using logical deduction to name the killer.< Less
KILLER SMILE By David Whitehead, Steve Hayes
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Jack Monroe was a man with a dream. He wanted to start a foundation that would encourage architects from poorer families. But to do it, he needed fifty million dollars. So he hooked up with the... More > wealthy Thornhill family. But the Thornhills had more than their share of dirty little secrets, and Jack soon found himself a pawn in a deadly game of murder and deceit. If he wasn’t careful, he could wind up becoming the architect of his own downfall.< Less
The Crime Committee By gavin macdonald
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Sergeant MacRae's first case with Chief Inspector Ian Forsyth, explaining their odd relationship and giving a humorous insight into the Scottish university scene. A lecturer is murdered in... More > Inverforth University and MacRae is appalled when Forsyth lets an academic committee loose on the investigation, making a bet with the University's Principal on who will solve the crime. A second murder occurs and MacRae is in despair, fearing for his job, when an academic admits he has solved the mystery and the other two say likewise. But it emerges each has fastened on a clue relevant to his own discipline and they have come to three different solutions. Forsyth again triumphs by using logical deduction to name the killer.< Less
The Crime Committee By gavin macdonald
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Sergeant MacRae's first case with Chief Inspector Ian Forsyth, explaining their odd relationship and giving a humorous insight into the Scottish university scene. A lecturer is murdered in... More > Inverforth University and MacRae is appalled when Forsyth lets an academic committee loose on the investigation, making a bet with the University's Principal on who will solve the crime. A second murder occurs and MacRae is in despair, fearing for his job, when an academic admits he has solved the mystery and the other two say likewise. But it emerges each has fastened on a clue relevant to his own discipline and they have come to three different solutions. Forsyth again triumphs by using logical deduction to name the killer.< Less