The History Press
Books published by The History Press
How numbers feature in murders, their detection, and the punishment of killers.
Reviewed on 13 April 2019 by Kim Fleet
Journalist, social reformer, novelist and actor Charles Dickens returns to the theatre where he has been appearing to find a member of the cast shot dead and a weapon on the stage – and is arrested as prime suspect with a smoking gun in his hand.
Reviewed on 01 April 2017 by John Cleal
No-one is sorry when the Bishop of Winchester’s manipulative, spying, clerk is found bludgeoned to death before the altar at Pershore Abbey. But Serjeant Catchpoll, thief-taker to Worcester’s Sheriff, must discover who did it and why.
Reviewed on 12 September 2015 by John Cleal