The Quincunx: The Huffams

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Canelo Adventure #ad - Praise for the quincunx‘grips like steel… it’s a book to make you miss your stop on the bus or the train, keep you up at night and wake you early… a formidable achievement’ Kaleidoscope, BBC Radio 4‘His brilliant and entertaining pastiche of the mid-nineteenth-century novel’ The Times‘A brilliant and deeply eccentric attempt to reproduce an early Victorian novel…it combines massive scope with minute detail – there is a cast of thousands, but every figure is lovingly painted.

An unnamed menace, an ancient document… five families torn apart. Then her protector, Mr Fortisquince, is suddenly murdered in London. Carter, C. J. An unputdownable and bestselling historical mystery John Mellamphy’s life is under threat. Sansom and Oscar de Muriel. But this is a document that provokes avarice, murder and madness, hatred, that determines the fates of five families and sets the pattern of John’s own life.

The Quincunx: The Huffams #ad - Already having experienced a life of toil and hardship, it may change John’s life. A pattern woven around, that most mysterious symbol – the Quincunx! An extraordinary historical mystery and cult classic, and unravelled within, The Quincunx is perfect for readers of M. J. In the remote countryside, Mary, his mother, has been burgled in mysterious circumstances.

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The Quincunx: The Mompessons

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Canelo Adventure #ad - Desperate times and darker mysteries abound in this extraordinary historical thrillerWith their savings rapidly running out, and the world turning against them, John and his mother are pursued by bailiffs and forced to move. Parris or Peter Ackroyd. Praise for the quincunx‘grips like steel… it’s a book to make you miss your stop on the bus or the train, keep you up at night and wake you early… a formidable achievement’ Kaleidoscope, BBC Radio 4‘His brilliant and entertaining pastiche of the mid-nineteenth-century novel’ The Times‘A brilliant and deeply eccentric attempt to reproduce an early Victorian novel…it combines massive scope with minute detail – there is a cast of thousands, but every figure is lovingly painted.

The plot is so thick the spoon stands up in it, the reader has toured the whole of late regency society… magnificent – gripping and beautifully written; the sort of book that sends you into a trance of pleasure’ Independent‘Charles Palliser has realised a world that can almost be smelt and tasted as it pours off the page of this gripping, and by the end, extraordinary novel’ Daily Telegraph‘His plot is of an intricacy that Wilkie Collins himself might have envied… an astonishing achievement’ Scotsman The QuincunxThe HuffamsThe MompessonsThe ClothiersThe PalphramondsThe Maliphants .

The Quincunx: The Mompessons #ad - And a way out of debt and disaster seems to offer itself with a momentous decision, one that will shape everything: to sell the most valuable thing they own. Life is never so easy, and cruelty, danger and disease are never far away. The second part of the unputdownable classic, The Quincunx, is the ideal read for fans of S.

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The Quincunx: The Palphramonds

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Canelo Adventure #ad - Starting a new life in hiding with them may feel safer, but they survive by scavenging the sewers of London. Parris. Praise for the quincunx‘grips like steel… it’s a book to make you miss your stop on the bus or the train, bbc radio 4‘his brilliant and entertaining pastiche of the mid-nineteenth-century novel’ The Times‘A brilliant and deeply eccentric attempt to reproduce an early Victorian novel…it combines massive scope with minute detail – there is a cast of thousands, keep you up at night and wake you early… a formidable achievement’ Kaleidoscope, but every figure is loveingly painted.

Summoning his strength, john must go undercover in the guise of a servant, and on discovering the existence of a second will that could be his salvation, into the very heart of the enemy themselves…The fourth part of the classic and beloved The Quincunx is perfect for fans of Michel Faber and  S. J.

The Quincunx: The Palphramonds #ad - A classic victorian mystery full of intrigue, deadly plots and devastating twists and turnsFalsely imprisoned in an asylum, John escapes from their clutches with the help of the kindly Digweed family. The plot is so thick the spoon stands up in it, and by the end, the reader has toured the whole of late regency society… magnificent – gripping and beautifully written; the sort of book that sends you into a trance of pleasure’ Independent‘Charles Palliser has realised a world that can almost be smelt and tasted as it pours off the page of this gripping, extraordinary novel’ Daily Telegraph‘His plot is of an intricacy that Wilkie Collins himself might have envied… an astonishing achievement’ ScotsmanThe QuincunxThe HuffamsThe MompessonsThe ClothiersThe PalphramondsThe Maliphants.

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The Quincunx: The Clothiers

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Canelo Adventure #ad - The plot is so thick the spoon stands up in it, and by the end, the reader has toured the whole of late regency society… magnificent – gripping and beautifully written; the sort of book that sends you into a trance of pleasure’ Independent‘Charles Palliser has realised a world that can almost be smelt and tasted as it pours off the page of this gripping, extraordinary novel’ Daily Telegraph‘His plot is of an intricacy that Wilkie Collins himself might have envied… an astonishing achievement’ ScotsmanThe QuincunxThe HuffamsThe MompessonsThe ClothiersThe PalphramondsThe Maliphants .

Thieves, mansions and murders… no one can be trusted in this classic historical mysteryThe tangled threads of family conspiracy and dark intentions will not let John Mellamphy rest. Quinn, M. J. Reading his mother's journal, his grandfather's murder and his deadly legacy, with tantalising details of his parentage, John finally discovers a terrible truth that could mean his death.

Carter or Alex Grecian. Praise for the quincunx‘grips like steel… it’s a book to make you miss your stop on the bus or the train, keep you up at night and wake you early… a formidable achievement’ Kaleidoscope, BBC Radio 4‘His brilliant and entertaining pastiche of the mid-nineteenth-century novel’ The Times‘A brilliant and deeply eccentric attempt to reproduce an early Victorian novel…it combines massive scope with minute detail – there is a cast of thousands, but every figure is lovingly painted.

The Quincunx: The Clothiers #ad - Seeking help from henry Bellringer, a relation of a school friend, he instead finds himself in a nest of thieves. But when john finally escapes the gang and a kindly household takes him in, The Quincunx, their intentions may not be entirely altruistic…The third part of the bestselling classic, is perfect for fans of C.

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The Quincunx: The Maliphants

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Canelo Adventure #ad - The final gripping part of this classic historical mysteryWith the will finally in his grasp, John may be able to prove his inheritance, and put an end to the deadly plots and endless machinations that have plagued his life. The plot is so thick the spoon stands up in it, the reader has toured the whole of late regency society… magnificent – gripping and beautifully written; the sort of book that sends you into a trance of pleasure’ Independent‘Charles Palliser has realised a world that can almost be smelt and tasted as it pours off the page of this gripping, and by the end, extraordinary novel’ Daily Telegraph‘His plot is of an intricacy that Wilkie Collins himself might have envied… an astonishing achievement’ ScotsmanThe QuincunxThe HuffamsThe MompessonsThe ClothiersThe PalphramondsThe Maliphants .

Praise for the quincunx‘grips like steel… it’s a book to make you miss your stop on the bus or the train, bbc radio 4‘his brilliant and entertaining pastiche of the mid-nineteenth-century novel’ The Times‘A brilliant and deeply eccentric attempt to reproduce an early Victorian novel…it combines massive scope with minute detail – there is a cast of thousands, keep you up at night and wake you early… a formidable achievement’ Kaleidoscope, but every figure is lovingly painted.

The Quincunx: The Maliphants #ad - But can john, finally be in reach of peace? the unputdownable, final instalment of the bestselling The Quincunx is perfect for fans of Andrew taylor, who has struggled so hard and for so long, AD Swanston and Carol Hedges. But betrayal hides around every corner. Will justice narrowly fall through his fingers one last time? Upon uncovering a dastardly plot to trick Henrietta into a marriage that would steal the fortune, John must do everything in his power to stop it.

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St Paul's Labyrinth

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One More Chapter #ad - As an area outside the library collapses, a hidden tunnel is revealed. But following his every footstep is an underground society who will stop at nothing to keep their secrets hidden. Will peter save judith in time, or will his quest end in disaster?An intelligent, impeccably researched thriller full of mystery, adventure and history .

Inside cowers a naked man, covered in blood. He has twenty-four hours to find her, otherwise she will be killed. As peter investigates, he uncovers mysteries that have been hidden for years. Then peter receives a mysterious text message – the hour has come…When Peter’s colleague Judith disappears, he realises he has been drawn into a plot with consequences deadlier than he could ever have imagined.

St Paul's Labyrinth #ad - Perfect for fans of dan brown, robert harris and scott mariania shocking secret that has been buried for centuries…When university professor Peter de Haan attends a library event, he has no idea of the dangers that await him.

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Savage Liberty: A Mystery of Revolutionary America Bone Rattler Book 5

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Counterpoint #ad - With the help of ethan allen, imprisonment, and his own spiritual crisis, aged natives, he survives scalp hunters, and outlawed Jesuits, only to realize he cannot resolve the terrible crimes until he first understands the emerging truths about freedom in the American colonies. Fearing that the intrigues of hancock and the Sons of Liberty might set the colonies ablaze, Duncan relentlessly pursues the truth, only to be falsely charged with treason and murder.

Hancock refuses to let him take evidence to the authorities, for this is 1768 and relations with the government are sour. The fifth entry in eliot pattison's bone rattler series follows the exiled Scotsman Duncan McCallum along a tortuous path that will lead him to the American RevolutionWhen a ship arriving from London explodes in Boston Harbor, both the peace ofthe colonial city and Duncan McCallum’s life are shattered.

Savage Liberty: A Mystery of Revolutionary America Bone Rattler Book 5 #ad - Summoned by johnhancock to a beach awash with the bodies of the victims, Duncan discovers thatthe ship was sabotaged.

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Instruments of Darkness: A Novel Westerman and Crowther Mystery Book 1

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Penguin Books #ad - When harriet westerman, finds a dead man on her grounds, the unconventional mistress of a Sussex manor, she enlists reclusive anatomist Gabriel Crowther to help her find the murderer. The first novel in the westerman and crowther historical crime series that the new york times book Review called “CSI: Georgian England” and Tess Gerritsen called “chillingly memorable”Debut novelist Imogen Robertson won the London Telegraph’s First Thousand Words of a Novel competition in 2007 with the opening of Instruments of Darkness.

The finished work is a fast-paced historical mystery starring a pair of amateur eighteenth-century sleuths with razor-sharp minds. Moving from drawing room to dissecting room, from dark London streets to the gentrified countryside, Instruments of Darkness is a gripping tale of the forbidding Thornleigh Hall and an unlikely forensic duo determined to uncover its deadly secrets.

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The Trespass An Archaeological Mystery Thriller

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Myrtle Villa Publishing #ad - Very imaginative. Bit of intrigue. But not dan brown : ' --Amazon. The amazon top 20 bestseller  '. If you like dan brown type books like the da vinci code, then you should enjoy this - I couldnt put it down! A great read!' --Amazon  First they tried to kill him. Very enjoyable read' '. If you like dan brown type books like the da Vinci code, then you should enjoy this - I couldnt put it down! A great read!' 'Loved it.

. Something priceless. Bit of suspense. It's a great biblical/archaeological thriller, and the author was also able to integrate a more serious emotional component in some scenes, without taking away from the thrills. Good read, well constructed, plenty twists and sub plots. I'm very glad I did. In my view not unlike Dan Brown.

The Trespass An Archaeological Mystery Thriller #ad - . Then they took his daughter. Anthropologist simon dracup knows that his only hope of finding her alive lies within the pages of his grandfather's diary, the record of a near century old expedition to Mount Ararat, legendary resting place of the great Ark of Noah.

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Painting the Darkness: A Novel

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Mysterious Press #ad - He was thought to have committed suicide eleven years ago. Although constance remembers him, Davenall’s family refuses to recognize him as one of their own. On a mild autumn afternoon in 1882, thirty-four-year-old husband and father William Trenchard sits quietly at home when the creak of the garden gate announces the arrival of a mysterious visitor.

Forced into an uneasy alliance with the stranger, Trenchard struggles to hold on to his wife and his sanity until the dark secrets of the Davenall family can finally be brought to light. Painting the darkness has all the ingredients of a first-class melodrama .  .  . Engaging and satisfying. The times london   “it explodes into action so that the reader is hooked by the time he reaches the third page.

Painting the Darkness: A Novel #ad -  .  .  . A superb storyteller. Sunday independent ireland   “this exciting story, with its careful complexity and completeness—no loose ends—is a joy to read. Publishers Weekly. Robert goddard’s international bestselling third novel is a masterful exercise in suspense set in Victorian-era England.

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The Atlantis Deception

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Unbound Digital #ad - The decision leads the maverick academic on a journey from the headquarters of a clandestine organisation in England, to a lost city in the heart of the Brazilian Rainforest, before climaxing inside a chamber hidden deep beneath the sands of Egypt. Pioneering theory is spliced by epic battles, daring escapes, and elaborate schemes aimed at unravelling a secret history hidden from humanity for the past twelve thousand years.

A german property developer revels in the belief he has discovered the key to unleashing the weapon responsible for sinking Atlantis. Dr john hunter is the only archaeologist brave enough to risk all and validate the mysterious find.

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