Books published by Michael Joseph
Brilliant young scientist Rosalind Porter is haunted by guilt over her work on the Manhattan Project. She is also heartbroken by the ending of her love affair with a colleague. Then an FBI agent contacts her to suggest that her former lover is a Russian spy.
Reviewed on 24 July 2021 by John Cleal
Tom Kennedy and his young son Jake are making a fresh start away from the grief associated with the house where Tom’s wife died. Tom doesn’t expect to be plunged into another nightmare when Featherbank proves not to be the safe haven he’s expected for a boy of Jake’s age.
Reviewed on 22 February 2020 by Linda Wilson
Imagine that D-Day had gone the other way, with the Germans victorious, instead of the Allies. In the highly charged political climate that follows, a woman sets out to clear the name of her husband, who’s been arrested on a murder charge.
Reviewed on 18 January 2020 by Arnold Taylor
A young woman, Rósa, is suddenly married off to Jón Eiríksson, a brooding widower and a wealthy chieftain of an isolated settlement in 17th century Iceland. As she joins him at his croft, she becomes aware of many secrets surrounding her husband, especially the suspicion that he has murdered his previous wife.
Reviewed on 28 September 2019 by Ewa Sherman
Mismatched detectives ‘Nine Nails’ McGray and Ian Frey, on the track of a patient who has escaped Edinburgh’s asylum where a nurse has been murdered, follow a psychopath across the border to the shadow of Pendle Hill, home of the Lancashire witches.
Reviewed on 28 May 2016 by John Cleal