The Best British Detectives - April 2020

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David Blake

I write stuff, like this...

In space, no one can hear you beat an old lady and then steal her purse.

After a cleaner accidentally unplugs his cryogenic freezing system, Detective Inspector Capstan awakes to find he’s been in a condition of suspended animation for more than four hundred decades. Since he’so forced to adjust to life at the 25th Century, he sees himself reinstated as a policeman, and also together with the fantastic great great great grandson of his former weak, Sergeant Dewbush, ''’s place on the event of a missing cow.

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Alison Golden

Alison Golden was born and raised in Bedfordshire, England. She writes comfy mysteries and suspense books, together with the occasional witty blog article, all of which are designed to entertain, amuse, and quiet. Her approach is to combine creative thoughts with excellent writing and edit, edit, edit.

Alison is the founder of this Reverend Annabelle Dixon cozy puzzles, a charming, enjoyable series with a female vicar ministering in the beautiful county of Cornwall, England. She also produces a Jersey-based detective series featuring Inspector David Graham and the Diana Hunter series, also place in Vancouver.

Her books' themes include the amusing and sweet to harder hitting suspense. They are recommended for readers who prefer to relax and unwind along with their books, who like getting to know the characters, and that like the tougher side of life indicated.

Alison is located at the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and twin sons. She divides her time travel between London and San Francisco.

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Hi, and thank you for seeing Amazon Page. I am Karen Charlton, a writer of puzzles. I write historical crime fiction, set in Regency England.

My Detective Lavender Mysteries, printed by Thomas & Mercer, would be the literary experiences of Stephen Lavender, who was a real-life Principal Officer with the Bow Street Police Office at London.

By the early 19th century, Chief officers had a number of important and different functions although they were nicknamed 'Bow Street Runners' as if they were messenger boys. Aside from encouraging their colleagues resolve crime in the funding, they were often delivered to assist magistrates in the states with difficult instances. They also participate in undercover work in periods of insurrection, by way of instance, throughout the Luddite riots from the Midlands and were available to engage by wealthy landowners.

They had been Britain's earliest private detectives and so are famous throughout London. They had been the only policemen allowed into Buckingham House (the forerunner of this palace) and also did security work for the Bank of England. On certain occasions, they have been sent overseas to assist with crimes and criminals who had spilled out over our borders onto the continent.

During my study, I've come across heaps of their instances reported in the papers of the time. I often rely on them as the basis for the plots of the novels. I am currently writing the fourth book in this series: 'Plague Pits & River Bones.' There are also two Detective Lavender Short Stories to highlight the string: 'The Mystery of those Skelton Diamonds' and 'The Piccadilly Pickpocket.'

'Acquiring the Eagle', my first publication, is the authentic story of our infamous ancestor, Jamie Charlton, who had been detained in 1810 of Northumberland's biggest robbery. To explain my late husband and I first found this gaol-bird within our own family tree, I wrote my nonfiction genealogy publication, 'Seeking Our Eagle.' It's a 'How -we-d

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Pete Brassett

Following a career spanning thirty years since a creative within the design business, including stints in Paris, London and New York, Pete gave up it to allow his abundant imagination the opportunity to run riot across the page rather than
Drawing originally on his adventures overseas he soon focused his efforts on matters somewhat closer to home, in and around his native Scotland, weaving intricate tales of murder and mayhem.
He's the writer of the bestselling crime fiction novels: 'Avarice' 'Enmity' and 'She' as well as 'The Girl Out Of Kilkenny'.
2016 witnessed the debut of the first work for the stage: 'The Gold of Boggerah' which performed to critical acclaim in London's Camden Town.

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