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The Case Of The Fallen Hero

Author: Alison Golden
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ISBN: 9781530493500
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A historic castle. A beautiful wedding. A dead groom. Former big city cop, Inspector David Graham, is now leading a small group of officers in the tiny coastal village of Gorey. One Sunday morning, as he walks around the imposing Orgueil castle, Graham's peaceful life comes to a shuddering halt when he finds a woman kneeling beside the body of a stricken man. As the woman's screams ring out, Graham is there to assist - and to start gathering clues. Was it suicide? An accident? Or something far more nefarious? Questions lead to trails that send the team digging through the history of not only the affected families, but the castle itself where a quartet of talented musicians have seemingly vanished. Monolithic in size and secrets, Orgueil Castle may reveal answers in the strangest.... and deepest ways possible. With one dead, four missing, and many long-buried family secrets, Inspector David Graham wonders if there is enough tea to see him through it all. Interview with the Creator of the series Q - So, what makes the Inspector David Graham series special? A - When I set out to write these books, I wanted to create something that played like a movie in the reader's mind. They are books with action, but also soul. They are ensemble pieces containing regular characters that are well drawn with strong personalities, humor and some tragedy. The Inspector David Graham books feel, to me, like good friends that never let me down. Every time we sit down to plan the books, I love to find out what the characters are going to get up to next! The Inspector David Graham books are a great mix of genres. They sit firmly in the cozy mystery category and are set on the beautiful island of Jersey in the English Channel between Britain and France. They feature a British detective who is part-Sherlock Holmes, part-Poirot, and, of course, uniquely himself. Q - In what order should I read the books? The Inspector David Graham cozy mysteries can be read, and enjoyed, in any order. The Case of the Screaming Beauty is a prequel to the other books in the series and, unlike the later books, is set on the mainland. All the books are complete mysteries. I've made sure not to include any spoilers for those who are new to the characters and any existing fans of Graham's adventures will still find plenty of fresh action and mystery as well as perhaps a few answers. All in all, there is something for everyone. If you do want to read them in order, I'd suggest the following sequence: The Case of the Screaming Beauty (prequel) The Case of the Hidden Flame The Case of the Fallen Hero Q - Why should readers give these books a try? A - Because the Inspector Graham series is a gentle, but colorful romp through the wealthy but isolated English island, a place that is picturesque and peaceful but one filled with amoral and snobbish eccentrics with all kinds of vices. Graham is a complex character who is intriguing from the get-go and yet evolves throughout the series while his sidekicks are worthy, interesting characters in their own right. We feature many English countryside rituals, institutions and customs in these stories. Thanks for reading! Inspector David Graham Book Categories Cozy Mysteries Mystery Series British Detectives Small Town Mysteries Humorous Cozy Mysteries Traditional British International Mystery and Crime

The Case Of The Broken Doll

Author: Alison Golden
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ISBN: 9781537538105
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A missing girl. A broken doll. Dark, deviant secrets. When 15-year-old Beth Ridley vanished on her way to school, it was a mystery that baffled and shocked the small community of Gorey, Jersey. A leg torn from a doll she was carrying was the solitary clue as to what happened that day. Now, on the tenth anniversary of her disappearance, Detective Inspector Graham is taking another look at the case. His Sherlockian tendencies are set alight. What he finds will rock the town, stirring memories long buried and forgotten. There are painful truths to face. And what of Beth? Can Graham discover what happened? Could she still be alive? Buy this book because it's good.

The Case Of The Missing Letter

Author: Alison Golden
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ISBN: 9781548506865
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Revenge. Scandal. Murder. The valuable Satterthwaite Desk has found its way to the island of Jersey and is on display at the local museum. The desk is an old piece, rich with history, exquisite design, and whispers of a letter, the contents of which could destroy the lives of politicians and prominent people alike. When a dead body is found at the museum, a turbulent family drama becomes a police inquiry, and together with his recently lauded investigative team, Graham must tackle the mystery, one that soon spills out of the museum and spreads further afield. Can Inspector Graham and his team solve the crime? Without suspects or a motive? A mystery that bleeds murder across their shores, but which has its origins on beaches far, far away? The Case of the Missing Letter is an intriguing standalone mystery in Alison Golden's bestselling Inspector David Graham series. With plot twists and turns and characters you'll grow to love, it's easy to see why Golden's books have been described as "captivating," "unputdownable," and "shouldn't be started late at night." Buy your copy today. This mystery is "masterfully crafted."

The Case Of The Hidden Flame

Author: Alison Golden
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781517640309
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Detective Inspector David Graham has just arrived on the island of Jersey, taking over a rag tag team of questionable commitment and skill at the Gorey Constabulary, a team that he is supposed to lead and develop into a cohesive investigative unit. Within minutes, his first challenge presents itself when ex-soldier, Colonel Graves, finds a dead body on the beach. As the military man kneels down, he discovers it is his soon-to-be fiancé half buried in the sand. In a small resort like Gorey, this event is monumental, and almost unheard of. The rumors swirl yet it is the new Detective Inspector's job, with a bag still packed and travel dust on his shoes, to ferret out the clues and solve the case...while bringing his team along to assist. With a Sherlock soul, The Case of the Hidden Flame packs humor and intrigue onto a small island of eccentric characters, roiling sea undercurrents, and deceptive coincidences - all accompanied by a fine cup of tea. Interview with the Creator of the Series Q - So, what makes the Inspector David Graham series special? A - When I set out to write these books, I wanted to create something that played like a movie in the reader's mind. They are books with action, but also soul. They are ensemble pieces containing regular characters that are well drawn with strong personalities, humor and some tragedy. The Inspector David Graham books feel, to me, like good friends that never let me down. Every time we sit down to plan the books, I love to find out what the characters are going to get up to next! The Inspector David Graham books are a great mix of genres. They sit firmly in the cozy mystery category and are set on the beautiful island of Jersey in the English Channel between Britain and France. They feature a British detective who is part-Sherlock Holmes, part-Poirot, and, of course, uniquely himself. Q - In what order should I read the books? A - The Inspector David Graham cozy mysteries can be read, and enjoyed, in any order. The Case of the Hidden Flame is book two in the series and is set on Jersey just as Inspector Graham takes up his new post. All the books are complete mysteries. There is a prequel, The Case of the Screaming Beauty, that provides background to the series. I've made sure not to include any spoilers in it for those who are new to the characters and any existing fans of Graham's adventures will still find plenty of fresh action and mystery as well as perhaps a few answers. If you do want to read them in order, I'd suggest the following sequence: The Case of the Screaming Beauty (prequel) The Case of the Hidden Flame The Case of the Fallen Hero Q - Why should readers give these books a try? A - Because the Inspector Graham series is a gentle, but colorful romp through the wealthy but isolated English island, a place that is picturesque and peaceful but one filled with amoral and snobbish eccentrics who possess all kinds of vices. Graham is a complex character who is intriguing from the get-go and yet evolves throughout the series while his sidekicks are worthy, interesting characters in their own right. We feature many English countryside rituals, institutions and customs in these stories. Ultimately, readers who enjoy gentle pacing with a plot that twists and turns, features much fun, drama, quintessential British-ness, and, of course, small town murder all the way to the end will get a kick out of this series. Thanks for reading! Inspector David Graham Book Categories: Cozy Mysteries Mystery Series British Detectives Small Town Mysteries Humorous Cozy Mysteries Traditional British International Mystery and Crime

The Case Of The Screaming Beauty

Author: Alison Golden
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ISBN: 9781514750964
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The prestigious Lavender Bed and Breakfast in Chiddlinghurst, England has a rich, Tudor atmosphere, an enviously manicured lawn... And a deadly problem. A young, beautiful woman, Norah Travis, has been found murdered in one of the rooms with no witnesses and seemingly no motive. Detective Inspector Graham, a man with a singular drive, a penchant for tea, and silent demons of his own, has been brought in to ferret out the perpetrator. Joining Sergeant Harris at the sprawling estate, the duo set their caps to solving a mystery that leaves them frustrated. It's a "whodunit" of crafty design with suspects on all sides and nothing clear cut. The proprietors, Amelia and Cliff, have jokes to share and almost nothing to hide, while their long time guest, Tim, seems shiftier. There is an ex-husband, a housekeeper, an old man, and questions galore. But who could it be? It's a conundrum. The Case of the Screaming Beauty is a modern murder mystery with an old fashioned feel; a story for fans of Sherlock Holmes, Agatha Christie, and CSI. Enjoy! Interview with the Creator of the series Q - So, what makes the Inspector David Graham series special? A - When I set out to write these books, I wanted to create something that played like a movie in the reader's mind. They are books with action, but also soul. They are ensemble pieces containing regular characters that are well drawn with strong personalities, humor and some tragedy. The Inspector David Graham books feel, to me, like good friends that never let me down. Every time we sit down to plan the books, I love to find out what the characters are going to get up to next! The Inspector David Graham books are a great mix of genres. They sit firmly in the cozy mystery category and are set on the beautiful island of Jersey in the English Channel between Britain and France. They feature a British detective who is part-Sherlock Holmes, part-Poirot, and, of course, uniquely himself. Q - In what order should I read the books? The Inspector David Graham cozy mysteries can be read, and enjoyed, in any order. The Case of the Screaming Beauty is a prequel to the other books in the series and, unlike the later books, is set on the mainland. All the books are complete mysteries. I've made sure not to include any spoilers for those who are new to the characters and any existing fans of Graham's adventures will still find plenty of fresh action and mystery as well as perhaps a few answers. All in all, there is something for everyone. The events in this prequel take place a few weeks before The Case of the Hidden Flame, the first book in the Inspector David Graham series of cozy mysteries. If you do want to read them in order, I'd suggest the following sequence: The Case of the Screaming Beauty (prequel) The Case of the Hidden Flame The Case of the Fallen Hero (coming soon) Q - Why should readers give these books a try? A - Because the Inspector Graham series is a gentle, but colorful romp through the wealthy but isolated English island, a place that is picturesque and peaceful but one filled with amoral and snobbish eccentrics with all kinds of vices. Graham is a complex character who is intriguing from the get-go and yet evolves throughout the series while his sidekicks are worthy, interesting characters in their own right. We feature many English countryside rituals, institutions and customs in these stories. Thanks for reading! Inspector David Graham Book Categories Cozy Mysteries Mystery Series British Detectives Small Town Mysteries Humorous Cozy Mysteries Traditional British International Mystery and Crime

The Modern No Nonsense Guide To Paleo

Author: Alison Golden
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ISBN: 9780988795501
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Many people get derailed as they attempt to incorporate paleo principles into their everyday life. They so want to make an enduring success of paleo but they don't know how to change. The Modern, No-Nonsense Guide to Paleo provides practical tools to ease the transition to a full-on paleo life. Each chapter includes strategies, tips and checklists to identify the actions to power you on your paleo journey and create sustainable change.

Sacred Evil

Author: Heather Graham
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459208854
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A terror born of Jack the Ripper The details of the crime scene are no coincidence. The body—a promising starlet—has been battered, bloodied and then discarded between two of Manhattan's oldest graveyards. One look and Detective Jude Crosby recognizes the tableau: a re-creation of Jack the Ripper's gruesome work. But he also sees something beyond the actions of a mere copycat. Something more dangerous…and unexplainable. As the city seethes with suspicion, Jude calls on Whitney Tremont, a member of the country's preeminent paranormal investigating team, to put the speculation to rest. Yet when Whitney and Jude delve deeper, what they discover is more shocking than either could have predicted, and twice as sinister…

A Duty To The Dead

Author: Charles Todd
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780061905506
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“Another winner....Todd again excels at vivid atmosphere and the effects of war in this specific time and place. Grade: A.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer “Readers who can’t get enough of Maisie Dobbs, the intrepid World War I battlefield nurse in Jacqueline Winspear’s novels…are bound to be caught up in the adventures of Bess Crawford.” —New York Times Book Review Charles Todd, author of the resoundingly acclaimed Ian Rutledge crime novels (“One of the best historical series being written today” —Washington Post Book World) debuts an exceptional new protagonist, World War I nurse Bess Crawford, in A Duty to the Dead. A gripping tale of perilous obligations and dark family secrets in the shadows of a nightmarish time of global conflict, A Duty to the Dead is rich in suspense, surprise, and the impeccable period atmosphere that has become a Charles Todd trademark.

Dead Point

Author: Peter Temple
Publisher: Text Publishing
ISBN: 1922148385
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Guy Pearce stars as Jack Irish in an ABC feature based on Dead Point. Winner, Ned Kelly Award, Best Crime Novel, 2000 It takes a lot to rattle Jack Irish but, as Melbourne descends into a cold, wet winter, his mood is on the same trajectory. The woman in Jack's life has reconnected with an old flame. He has gambled and lost massively and seen a champion horse put down. It's not surprising that Jack's mind is not fully on the job he's being paid to do: find Robbie Colburne, occasional barman. But when Jack does get serious, he finds the freelance drink-dispenser is of great interest to some powerful people, people with very bad habits and a distinct lack of respect for the criminal justice system...Any lapse in concentration could prove fatal. Peter Temple is the author of nine novels, including four books in the Jack Irish series. He has won the Ned Kelly Award for Crime Fiction five times, and his widely acclaimed novels have been published in over twenty countries. The Broken Shore won the UK's prestigious Duncan Lawrie Dagger for the best crime novel of 2007 and Truth won the 2010 Miles Franklin Literary Award, the first time a crime writer has won an award of this calibre anywhere in the world. Temple's first two novels Bad Debts and Black Tide have been made into films with Guy Pearce starring as Jack Irish. They screened on the ABC in August, 2012. 'Another world-class crime novel from Peter Temple.' Canberra Times 'Temple writes...with enough insight and passion to make the reader ask exactly where the boundary lies between genre fiction and serious literary fiction.' Sydney Morning Herald 'Temple is as dark and mean, as cool and as mesmerising, as any James Ellroy or Elmore Leonard with whom you might kill the small or sad hours.' Peter Craven, Age 'Temple's work is spare, deeply ironic; his wit, like the local beer, as cold as a dental anaesthetic.' Graeme Blundell, Australian 'It's clever, funny, exciting and exceedingly well written. The author weaves multi layers of plot, life, characters and emotions into an exceedingly satisfying narrative that grips from first to last page. If you haven't yet discovered Temple, track down his books. He's premier class.' Daily Examiner UK

Body In The Woods

Author: Alison Golden
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ISBN: 9781530177578
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Buried bones. A boy. And tales of lost love. When a young boy is running home through the woods, he finds a bone: a forearm to be precise; a human forearm. This discovery sets in motion the reopening of a cold case that Reverend Annabelle Dixon, it seems, simply can't leave alone. In the quiet and relatively uneventful village of Upton St. Mary, gossip arises as word spreads that a body has been found in the woods. Once the investigation begins, the forensic team believes that it has been there for over a decade. But the question remains: who was buried there all those years ago? In the sequel to Murder at the Mansion, Reverend Annabelle finds herself in amongst the thick of the investigation. With her knack for gaining people's trust, winkling out their secrets, and piecing clues together, Annabelle is determined to solve the mystery. In Body in the Woods, there are laugh out loud moments as Annabelle gets herself into plenty of scrapes. There is also a newcomer to the village with his heart set on love, antagonism with her crush, Inspector Nicholls, and Philippa, her church secretary, once more supplying Annabelle with gossip, cake, and her own little puzzle that gets Annabelle a-thinking. Included in this book are recipes for: Ecclesiastical Chocolate �clairs Divine Chocolate Dipped Shortbread Rapturous Raspberry Cheesecake Annabelle's Favorite Apricot Tart Saintly Strawberry Cupcakes Interview with the Creator of the Series Q - So, what makes the Reverend Annabelle Dixon series special? A - Annabelle. When I set out to write these books, I wanted to create a series that featured a heart-warming, smart, sometimes ditzy, ultimately good protagonist that we all undisputedly adore. It is Annabelle - her humanity, her empathy, her big heart - who makes the series so special. With her sometimes partner, sometimes antagonist, Inspector Mike Nicholls, they create some fun and drama as the small town mysteries unfold with humor and intrigue. If you enjoy the TV series, The Vicar of Dibley, Miranda, or Midsomer Murders, I think you will enjoy the Reverend Annabelle cozy mysteries. Q - In what order should I read the books? A - The Reverend Annabelle Dixon cozy mysteries can be read, and enjoyed, in any order. The prequel, Death at the Caf� is set in London and takes place a few years before the rest in the series. If you do want to read them in order, I'd suggest the following sequence: Death at the Caf� (prequel) Murder at the Mansion Body in the Woods Q - Why should readers give these books a try? A - Because the Reverend Annabelle series is a gentle, but colorful romp through the beautiful English countryside in a place that is picturesque and peaceful on the outside but one filled with amoral and snobbish eccentrics with all kinds of vices on the inside. Annabelle is a fun, uncomplicated character who is soulful, devout, smart, and funny with penchant for cake. Both Jamie and I feature many English countryside rituals, institutions and customs in these stories. Ultimately, readers who enjoy gentle pacing with a plot that twists and turns, features much fun, drama, quintessential Britishness, and small town murder, will get a kick out of this series. It will make you laugh and you will, I hope, become invested in the characters, rooting for them to come out on top. Reverend Annabelle Dixon Book Categories: Cozy Mysteries Mystery Series British Detectives Small Town Mysteries Humorous Cozy Mysteries Traditional British International Mystery and Crime