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  • Andrea Camilleri Collection - 10 Books - Collection - 9781509858217
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    This huge collection follows the first 10 investigations of the one and only Inspector Salvo Montalbano. Adapted into a popular television series, if you imagine Inspector Morse in Italy you will be halfway there! These books are fantastic for fans of Donna Leon and Michael Dibdin.

    The Shape of the Water is the first ever book starring the wry detective and it follows him as he looks into the death of an engineer of the Splendour Refuse Collection Company. The coroner's verdict is the death was from natural causes - but Montalbano has other ideas...

    Honest and streetwise, Montalbano makes it his mission to uncover the truth, despite obstacles from the police, the judge and the bishop.

    This collection includes books 1-10 in Andrea Camilleri's Inspector Montalbano series. Format: paperback
  • The Lake District Mysteries Collection - 3 Books - Collection - 9780749022310 - Martin Edwards
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    Set against the atmospheric backdrop of the Lake District, Martin Edwards' bestselling novels have been acclaimed by the likes of Ann Cleeves and are sure to have you on tenterhooks as you await the next big shock or surprise...

    The Coffin Trail, the first book in the series, was shortlisted for Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year and it's a book that proves you can never truly bury the past... Oxford historian Daniel Kind and his partner Miranda buy a cottage in Brackdale to start a new life but it soon turns out this cottage belonged to a murder suspect. Daniel believes the accused was innocent but when the police launch a cold case review, skeletons come out of the closet and Daniel's life becomes closely entwined with that of the feisty DCI Hannah Scarlett.

    The Cipher Garden follows DCI Scarlett as she suspects Tina Howe of killing her husband. However, the widow is getting death threats of her own. Rounding off our set is The Arsenic Labyrinth; a captivating novel about a decade-old disappearance...
    Format: paperback
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    Carmel Harrington
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    Revealing what happened to the characters of Cold Feet in the 13 years between the end of series 5 (2003) and the beginning of series 6 (2016), this novel is a must-have for all fans of the award-winning Cold Feet. It has been written by Carmel Harrington in consultation with the team behind the popular TV show.

    It tells how Adam had no time to grieve after the death of his beloved wife, Rachel. He had to keep going for the sake of their son... Meanwhile, an eight-and-a-half months pregnant Jenny moves in with her ex-husband Pete (who isn't the father). Can their relationship overcome past jealousies?

    Karen and David are on the verge of an amicable divorce, but then he sleeps with the lawyer. Cold Feet fans will be laughing and crying as this book fills in all the blanks of what happened to our favourite characters while they were off screen.
  • Harlan Coben Collection - 5 Books - Collection - 9781407250977 - Harlan Coben
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    Harlan Coben
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    This captivating collection contains five stand-alone thrillers from Harlan Coben, one of the world's most popular and influential thriller writers.

    Stay Close is the tale of three ordinary people who quickly discover the American dream can be a nightmare when trying to escape from your past; Six Years finds Jake Fisher's world completely turned upside down as he tracks down the love of his life at her husband's funeral - but she's nowhere to be seen; Missing You focuses on the lies that bind people together when NYPD detective Kat Donovan finds an ex on a dating site.

    No Second Chance follows Marc Seidman as he is given a second chance to save his daughter 18 months after she was kidnapped and his wife was brutally murdered; and Tell No One has a doctor seeing a webcam image of the wife he thought he'd lost...
    Format: paperback
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    Wilbur Smith
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    Widely regarded as the master of historical fiction, Wilbur Smith's latest great adventure will take you on epic journey from the southernmost point of Africa all the way up to the Indian coastline. There's danger, intrigue and peril every step of the way...

    Francis Courtney leaves the comfort of Devonshire when his stepfather's gambling debts spiral out of control. As he heads to South Africa, he only has two things on his mind: revenge and fortune. His uncle killed his father and Francis wants to avenge this - while also making a fortune.

    When he arrives in Cape Town, he uncovers a truth that leaves him overwhelmed and disoriented. Christopher Courtney gave up all kinds of privileges to make his way in the world, but this experience has both hardened his soul and lead him to greater acts of violence and treachery. Soon, the lives of Francis and Courtney intertwine with devastating effect...
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    Felix Francis
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    The latest Dick Francis novel from Felix Francis once again shows that racing can be a deadly business...

    Chris Rankin is a skilled doctor but he also has mental health problems. A smartly dressed man is found unconscious at the local racecourse and dies when he arrives at the hospital. He has no form of identification and no one claims the body. This intrigues Rankin and he starts to ask questions...

    However, someone does not want these questions answered and will go to any lengths to prevent it. No one believes Chris when he tells them someone tried to kill him. He will now have to do whatever it takes to identify the nameless man. Full of intrigue, this is a page-turner you'll quite literally race through.
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    Alexander McCall Smith
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    The latest book in Alexander McCall Smith's No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency series follows Precious Ramotswe as she discovers her father is not quite the idol she always believed...

    Meanwhile, Mma Makutsi is also making some shocking discoveries about her own past while their peaceful surroundings are interrupted by the arrival of somebody no one particularly wants to see. Of course, the remarkable ladies serve some tea and make their way through the difficulties...

    This is a feel-good read with hugely popular characters and plenty of good-natured surprises.
  • Hilary Green Collection - 3 Books - Collection - 9781473677128
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    This book will be available to buy from 22 September onwards.

    Hilary Green's novels will tug at your heartstrings as they follow the experiences of various individuals throughout the Second World War. This collection brings together three books that you will be reading long into the night.

    Never Say Goodbye follows Diana 'Steve' Escott-Stevens as she applies to become an agent for the Special Operations Executive. She is readily accepted and sent off for training. It's demanding and extensive but when she is quickly sent to France, she will need all the sabotage, coding, combat and parachuting skills she has recently learned...
    Now is the Hour finds four firm friends forced to part when Neville Chamberlain declares war on Germany. All very different people, they have to decide what is important to them and try to find each other in terrible wartime circumstances. We'll Meet Again has 17-year-old Frankie Franconi falling in love with the charismatic British officer, Nick Harper. He falls for her as well and soon Frankie has signed up for the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry. But when she signs the Official Secrets Act, she ends up on an adventure laced with danger and terrible choices...

    Format: Paperback
  • SIXT
    Lars Mytting
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    Lars Mytting, the bestselling author of Norwegian Wood, turns his attention to fiction in The Sixteen Trees of the Somme. It's a globe-spanning tale about family secrets, betrayal and a love of wood.

    Edvard only has a distant memory of his mother and has never been told how his parents died. He does however know that the fate of Einar, his grandfather's brother, is central to untangling the mystery...

    When a beautifully crafted coffin is delivered to his taciturn grandfather on the remote mountain farmstead he grew up in, Edvard begins to suspect that Einar may not be dead after all. He then embarks on a long journey that he hopes will unlock his family's tragic secrets. It takes him from Norway to the Shetlands and then on to the battlefields of France.

    Edvard also learns of a startling inheritance... Translated by Paul Russell Garrett, this is a beautiful and moving novel about finding yourself.
  • The Lewis Trilogy - 3 Books - Collection - 9781786488930 - Peter May
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    Peter May
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    This gripping collection of ingenious crime fiction brings together all three novels in Peter May's internationally acclaimed and million-selling Lewis trilogy.

    The series starts with The Blackhouse, a book that finds a brutal killing taking place on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland. It's a beautiful place but it's laced with danger and darkness. Born in the area, Detective Fin Macleod has been sent from Edinburgh to investigate a murder and he quickly realises that something terrible is lurking within the close-knit island community...

    The Lewis Man finds Macleod dealing with the case of an unidentified corpse that has a DNA sibling match to a local farmer who suffers from dementia; and The Chessmen finds a spate of illegal game-hunting activities taking place on the island.

    Violent, brutal and compelling, this is a series for anyone who enjoys reading the likes of Tess Gerritsen and Elly Griffiths.

    This collection contains books 1-3 in Peter May's Lewis Trilogy.

    Format: Paperback
  • SGLL
    Ann Cleeves
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    The Seagull, the eighth novel in Shetland author and Diamond Dagger winner Ann Cleeves' bestselling Vera Stanhope series, will hook you from the very first page. It's a novel about the corruption that lies deep in the heart of a community and the fragility of family relationships...

    When DI Vera Stanhope visits her local prison, she comes face to face with a familiar figure from her past. Vera played a part in this prisoner's downfall so is shocked when they offer to help her and provide information about a notorious wheeler-dealer - as long as she keeps an eye out for their family in return.

    She's informed the person she's looking for is dead, but then a search team discover two skeletons buried near St Mary's Island in Whitley Bay. Vera finds herself on a trip back in time and finds herself confronting prejudices and unwanted memories as she explores what actually happened to 'the Gang of Four'. She's further shocked when moments from this chequered past begin to clash with the present.
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    Philippa Gregory
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    Philippa Gregory, author of the Cousins' War series, is often regarded as the queen of historical fiction and this meticulously researched novel focuses on the legacy left by Lady Jane Grey, a woman who was Queen of England for nine days.

    Using her position as cousin to the deceased king, her father and his conspirators put her on the throne ahead of the king's half-sister Mary, who quickly mustered an army, claimed her crown and locked Jane in the Tower. When Jane refused to betray her Protestant faith, Mary sent her to the executioner's block... It's here where Jane turned her father's greedy grab for power into a tale of brave and tragic martyrdom.

    Jane leaves all kinds of letters to her younger sister, Katherine, and they're all intended to help her enjoy her beauty, youth and to find love. Katherine's lineage makes her a threat to the insecure and infertile Queen Mary and when news of a secret marriage is revealed by her pregnancy, she is also sent to the tower. She, too, leaves the youngest Grey sister, Mary, a letter with advice.

    Mary is a beautiful dwarf who has been disregarded by the court and she finds it easy to keep secrets. After watching her sisters defy the Queen, Mary knows she is a possible heir to the throne, but she's determined to stay in charge of her own destiny.
  • The Grantchester Collection - 3 Books - Collection - 9781408896167 - James Runcie
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    James Runcie
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    As seen on ITV, The Grantchester Mysteries are addictive and engaging. This collection brings together the first three books in James Runcie's bestselling series.

    Sidney Chambers is the vicar of Grantchester but he also happens to be a reluctant detective. He teams up with the rogueish Inspector Geordie Keating to solve a number of baffling cases that have engulfed his village. Together the duo have to look into the death of a famous jazz promoter's daughter; a shocking art forgery; and the suspect suicide of a Cambridgeshire solicitor.

    The TV series starring James Norton and Robson Green is hugely popular and these novels are equally compelling. The Times described them as 'An absolute treat... All manner of nostalgic delights' and we're sure you will agree.
  • Charity Norman Collection - 3 Books - Collection - 9781760632649 - Charity Norman
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    Charity Norman
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    Charity Norman writes contemporary fiction with a deliciously dark edge and we'd recommend all three titles in this collection for fans of Jodi Picoult and Joanna Trollope.

    See You in September is a fascinating read all about a woman called Cassy who heads to New Zealand for a short break before her best friend's wedding. She's just broken up with her boyfriend and accepts an invitation to stay in an idyllic farming collective. She finds herself falling for Justin, the farm's charismatic leader, and convinces herself she has to stay... This is a powerful story of family, faith and finding yourself.

    The Son in Law is an engrossing novel about a father who killed his wife and his desperation to see his children. Understandably, their grandparents have no intention of letting Joseph anywhere near them. The ensuing court case brings all kinds of memories and emotions to the surface; After the Fall is an original tale that finds tragedy hitting the McNamara family just after they move to New Zealand...

    Format: Paperback
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    Santa Montefiore
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    Santa Montefiore concludes her bestselling series with The Last Secret of the Deverills. Presented here in hardback, it's a fitting end with plenty of romance and drama to behold.

    It's 1939 and peace has flourished since the Great War ended. The Deverill family has gone through some huge changes and a new generation is waiting in the wings. Martha Wallace came over from America to find her birth mother in Dublin, but ended up falling for JP - and she's just found out her mother comes from the same area.

    Meanwhile Bridie Doyle, now Countess di Marcantonio and mistress of Castle Deverill, is planning on making the castle she used to work in her home. Her husband, Cesare, has other ideas. As he starts to stray, their friends begin to wonder if he is really who he is claiming to be... Kitty has come to terms with where she is now but then the love of her life walks right back into it.
  • The Dark Tower Collection - Collection - 9781473671355 - Stephen King
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    Stephen King
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    Starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey, the adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower will be one of the fantasy film events of the year. This is the entire collection of novels that inspired the film and you can get your hands on it for a simply unbelievable Book People price.

    The Gunslinger has one of the most iconic opening lines of all time ('The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed.') and introduces Roland of Gilead, a loner known as the Last Gunslinger who finds himself on a journey towards the Dark Tower...

    While on his journey, Roland forms a friendship with Jake, an inquisitive child from New York, and then faces a choice between damnation and salvation...

    Stephen King is known for novels including Carrie, The Shining and It, but The Dark Tower series is often cited as his finest work. With eight books to read through, you'll be intrigued and entertained for hours on end with this slipcased collection.
  • Martin Walker Collection - Collection - 9781786488916 - Martin Walker
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    Martin Walker
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    Head over to France and join Bruno, Chief of Police as he attempts to solve three crime cases... Acclaimed by Antony Beevor, these books are completely captivating and we'd recommend them to fans of Donna Leon, Quentin Bates and Andrea Camilleri.

    In Death in the Dordogne, EU inspectors are causing havoc in Saint-Denis and local tempers are running high, but is hiding contraband cheese really a case for murder? Bruno isn't convinced and this the crime may have roots in the most tortured period of recent French history. Now only he can find the killer but will the town's resident allow him to go digging through the past?

    Dark Vineyard finds Bruno bringing a killer to justice in a case that means he has to balance tradition with progress; and Black Diamond finds France's truffles being adulterated with cheaper ones from China. It appears organised crime is behind the outrage but how can Bruno be sure...
  • Rachel Hore Collection - Collection - 9781471166334 - Rachel Hore
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    Rachel Hore
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    Rachel Hore is a bestselling author whose books will appeal to fans of Kate Morton and Victoria Hislop. This collection brings together three sweeping stories full of secrets, heartbreak and everlasting love.

    A Gathering Storm follows recently bereaved photographer Lucy Cardwell as she learns about an uncle she never knew. Intrigued, she visit her late father's childhood home and meets an old lady called Beatrice who has an extraordinary story to tell: it's one that harks back to the war and unveils a huge secret that changes everything she has ever known.

    A Place of Secrets finds Jude waking up from the same dream once again. She's a successful auctioneer but she's struggling to come to terms with the death of her husband. She's asked to value a collection of scientific instruments and manuscripts that once belonged to a lonely 18th century astronomer, but she soon realises there are links to the present in all these articles.

    The Memory Garden will transport you to Cornwall; a place where Mel Pentreath is trying to put her life back together after the death of her mother and the ending of a love affair. Mel and her landlord, Patrick Winteron, find some old paintings and as they investigate the identity of the painter, they find themselves drawn into a tale of illicit passion that really resonates.
  • Stephen Booth Collection - 3 Books - Collection - 9780751570229 - Stephen Booth
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    Stephen Booth
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    Nominated for the Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award, Stephen Booth is a talented author whose books are drenched in atmosphere and suspense. They will appeal to readers of Denise Mina and Peter James.

    Dead and Buried is the first book in the series and brutal acts of firestarting have ravaged the Peak District. DS Ben Cooper believes these blazes are best left to the firefighters, but then an intruder breaks into an abandoned pub and Cooper uncovers some grim surprises. There's evidence of a double homicide and a fresh corpse... It's up to Cooper and DI Diane Fry to discover what links the three deaths and discover those responsible for the raging fires...

    Already Dead finds Derbyshire in the midst of a summer of endless rain. A man's body has been discovered lying in shallow weather, but the weather has swollen the rivers and flooded the roads, making travel difficult and forensic examination impossible... Soon, the officers are put under intolerable strain and loyalties are split.

    Corpse Bridge has a landowner announcing plans to deconsecrate a burial ground and turn it into a car park. But as works starts, bodies begin to appear on this funeral march. Could there be a serial killer on the loose?

    This collection contains books 12-14 in Stephen Booth's Cooper and Fry series.
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  • Gill Paul Collection - Collection - 9780007966219 - Gill Paul
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    Gill Paul
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    Gill Paul's novels are sweeping and evocative reads that span through the ages. This collection contains three stand-alone tales that will take your breath away.

    No Place for a Lady is a wartime drama that takes place in 1854. Dorothea Gray hasn't seen her little sister, Lucy, since she eloped and set sail for the Crimea. As the war worsens, Dorothea has to risk everything to find her sister - but what if she doesn't want to be found?

    The Affair will take you to Rome in 1961 as the cameras roll on Cleopatra and world finds itself transfixed by the love affair between Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. However, tensions are running high on the set and the crew are faced with all sorts of obstacles. The final book in the collection is Women and Children First, which hauntingly looks at how the tragedy of the Titanic affected its survivors in so many ways.

    These are enthralling stories of love and passion, set against important moments from history.
  • Jane Green Collection - 3 Books - Collection - 9781509858262 - Jane Green
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    Jane Green
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    Jane Green is a bestselling author whose writing will appeal to fans of Sophie Kinsella and Marian Keyes. This collection contains three contemporary tales that are just perfect for your summer reading.

    Summer Secrets is a gripping tale of recovery and redemption that spans across 16 years in the life of Cat Coombs. In 1998, she's a hard-partying journalist whose life is sent spiralling downwards when she discovers the identity of the father she never knew she had. Fast-forward to 2014 and Cat's life has come full circle. She wants to make amends to those she has hurt and ends up in Nantucket, where the women she once called family still live. However, they are harbouring secrets of their own...

    Falling is a novel about finding a home and family where you least expect them; and Saving Grace is a compelling story of betrayal as Grace Chapman's perfect life is threatened by the arrival of Beth, her bestselling author Ted's new, passionate and younger assistant.
  • Eagles of Empire Collection - 5 Books - Collection - 9781472250872 - Simon Scarrow
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    Simon Scarrow
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    Simon Scarrow is one of the world's favourite historical fiction authors and his Eagles of the Empire series is a must-read for fans of Bernard Cornwell and Conn Iggulden.

    Under the Eagle, the first book in the series, is set in AD42 and follows bookish Quintus Licinius Cato as he arrives in Germany as a new recruit to the Second Legion, the toughest in the Roman Army. He struggles to adapt to the military lifestyle and things get even tougher when he's appointed a rank above his colleagues, due to his imperial connections. Second in command to Macro, the army find themselves on a special mission to Britain - a land of unparalleled barbarity...

    The army also faces bloody skirmishes with sinister organisations; fall into the hands of a dark sect of Druids; attempt to seize the south west of Britain; and end up as fugitives on the run.

    This collection includes books 1-5 in Simon Scarrow's Eagles of the Empire series.
  • HERR
    L.C. Tyler
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    Twenty years ago, Roger Norton Vane went for a walk in the Thai jungle and never returned. Now, after years of wild speculation, he's officially being declared dead. At his memorial service, a man interrupts proceedings claiming to be Roger...

    Roger's partner, Tim MacDonald, who was with him at the time of his disappearance, was due to pick up his inheritance but now 'Roger' has returned and wastes no time in making himself at home in his old flat; evicting Tim and coming up with a plan to prove his right to the money on offer.

    This startling chain of events surprises crime writer Ethelred Tressider. He's been commissioned to write a biography about Roger and finds the person claiming to be him full of vague and scurrilous anecdotes. It soon becomes clear that many people wish Vane had stayed dead and that his tales had been buried with him...

    The seventh book in the Elsie and Ethelred series, L.C.Tyler's Herring in the Smoke is a mystery that will delight fans of Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers and M.C. Beaton.
  • Michael Pearce Collection - 3 Books - Collection - 9781472127679 - Michael Pearce
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    Michael Pearce
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    With impeccable historical detail, the crime thrillers in Mamur Zapt author Michael Pearce's Dead Man series will have you hooked and guessing from the very first page.

    Set in the British embassies and Consulates of Europe in the early 1900s, A Dead Man in Istanbul follows Seymour of the Special Branch as he looks into the strange death of the Second Secretary of the Embassy in Istanbul. Apparently he'd been attempting to swim the Dardanelles Straits (a passage between Europe and Asia heavily used by warships, tankers and cargo vessels) in an attempt to repeat the legendary feat of Leander. At least that's what the Embassy is claiming. However, there's a bullet in his head and it's up to Seymour to discover exactly what happened.

    These enticing spy thrillers also find Seymour investigating killings and conspiracies in Athens and Barcelona.

    This collection contains books 2, 3 and 5 from Michael Pearce's Dead Man series.