Found Wanting

Author: Robert Goddard
Paperback: 480 pages
ISBN: 9780552159852
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What secrets could possibly be contained within a small battered leather case belonging to a retired Isle of Wight policeman? For Richard Eusden this becomes a question of life and death as he attempts to deliver the case to his dying friend Marty in Brussels. Rather than a quick afternoon trip on the Eurostar from London it isn't long before Richard is racing across Europe to discover the secret before it costs him his life.

The Magnificent Spilsbury and the case of the Brides in the Bath

Author: Jane Robins
Paperback: 292 pages
ISBN: 9781848541085
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In August of 1915 George Joseph Smith was hanged for what became known as the brides in the bath murders. These seemingly unconnected murders would for the first time bring the new science of forensics to the attention of the wider public. Only the forensic evidence provided by Bernard Spilsbury linked the three murders beyond reasonable doubt. This brilliant book not only details the murders but also the birth of forensic science and the state of society in the early years of the twentieth century that allowed Smith to prey on his unsuspecting victims.

Play To Kill

Author: P. J. Tracy
Series: Monkeewrench, Book 5
Paperback: 336 pages
ISBN: 9780718152758
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A spate of murders is bad enough but when videos of the attacks start being posted online the FBI ask Monkeewrench to help them track down the killer. As the investigation gets up to speed more bodies keep turning up and more videos are posted. Just when it starts to look as if the killer can't be stopped an interesting web page offers up some tantalizing clues that may just help Monkeewrench to catch yet another killer.

The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets' Nest

Author: Stieg Larsson
Series: Millennium, Book 3
Paperback: 743 pages
ISBN: 9781849162746
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No longer a suspect in the double murder of a journalist and his girl friend, Salander is instead arrested for trying to murder her father. Of course nothing in Salander's life is easy, straightforward, or as it initially appears to be. Before long she is once again work with Mikael Blomkvist in order to prove her innocence.

The Girl Who Played With Fire

Author: Stieg Larsson
Series: Millennium, Book 2
Paperback: 569 pages
ISBN: 9781906694180
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Mikael Blomkvist's reputation as an investigative journalist has been restored thanks, in no small part, to Lisbeth Salander. Now he is involved in an investigation into sex trafficking that may expose powerful people. Before the story is finished a double murder intervenes. When the police start looking at Salander as their prime suspect Blomkvist's investigation takes a terrifying turn leading him into the murky past of the Swedish security services.

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Author: Stieg Larsson
Series: Millennium, Book 1
Paperback: 542 pages
ISBN: 978-1847245458
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Having been found guilty of libel Mikael Blomkvist's career as a financial journalist is in tatters. Unsure how to rescue his reputation Mikael is offered a job; the payment being money and proof that he was right. Before long Mikael is deep inside a family mystery that spans over forty years and that someone doesn't want solved. His main ally is Lisbeth Salander; the girl with the dragon tattoo.