Books published by HQ
Thursday’s husband has two other wives that he sees on different days of the week, an arrangement that she accepts at first but then begins to doubt. Seth is charming to her and never violent, but then she starts to believe that something might be seriously wrong and that he might be violent with the others.
Reviewed on 24 April 2021 by Ewa Sherman
Unlikely social media personality Violet Armstrong, famed for barbecuing in a bikini to extol the virtues of eating meat, has disappeared, and feelings are running high amongst a group of animal activists. DI Meg Dalton has the unenviable job of investigating the local abattoir where the missing woman worked.
Reviewed on 31 July 2020 by Linda Wilson
Twins Bel and Rose are starting in the same dorm at their new boarding school. They are very different from each other and make different choices in both subjects and friends. Dorm heads, Heath Donovan and wife are also new, brought in to turn this difficult dorm around.
Reviewed on 12 October 2019 by Sylvia Maughan
Some residents of Temple Regis might look upon the new Buntorama holiday camp as a disaster for the seaside town. But not as much as a disaster as a dead woman being found murdered in one of the chalets. It falls to Judy Dimont to work out the twisty plot of dynasties and murder.
Reviewed on 27 July 2019 by Anthea Hawdon
Miss Judy Dimont, chief reporter of the Riviera Express newspaper, has a new puzzle to solve and a cub reporter to initiate into the ways of journalism. Lucky then that a juicy story – a mystery death on the beach at Temple Regis – has appeared.
Reviewed on 14 April 2018 by Anthea Hawdon
It is 1991 and the Troubles are still ongoing in Northern Ireland. Maire Anne McCartney, an 18-year-old girl, is asked by her IRA boyfriend to help with the honey trap of a British Special Branch man. She agrees to do so when he promises that there will be no violence – a promise that is not kept.
Reviewed on 14 October 2017 by Arnold Taylor