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Die For Me

Maverick DI Alex Steen cannot let go of an unsolved case that destroyed his own life four years ago. DNA evidence from recent rapes in Copenhagen links the perpetrator to the killing, and Alex is desperate for one more chance to try to solve the case.

Reviewed on 31 October 2020 by Ewa Sherman

Krays: The Final Word

Madness, assault, robbery, arson, murder, protection rackets, murder – a new look at the rise and fall of the East End of London’s most notorious gangsters.

Reviewed on 22 August 2020 by John Cleal

Breaking Dad

James Lubbock tells the story of his life, of parents whose sexual orientation led them to part, and of his father the drug dealer.

Reviewed on 30 November 2019 by Chris Roberts

A Death in Chelsea

A society gossip writer is found hanged. She was hated by many and her family are convinced she was murdered. A small crime fighting team are tasked to find the truth.

Reviewed on 28 September 2019 by John Cleal

Black Wolf

It is only chance that a body left by the roadside outside St Petersburg in early January is discovered before the snow buries it for the rest of the winter. Captain Natalya Ivanova is assigned the case.

Reviewed on 13 July 2019 by Chris Roberts

Murder in Belgravia

A dissolute Irish aristocrat is stabbed in his own bedroom. His wife refuses to talk to a male policeman. Chief Inspector Peter Beech and his specially-formed team must sift the criminal underworld of World War 1 London to find the truth.

Reviewed on 29 June 2019 by John Cleal


Detective Superintendent Alex Steen must investigate the death of a brutally murdered unidentified man, found outside a Copenhagen cemetery after a night of violent street riots. But Denmark’s national security agency is also interested in the victim.

Reviewed on 09 February 2019 by Ewa Sherman


Captain Natalya Ivanova of the St Petersburg police makes preliminary enquiries when a Swedish girl goes missing, but the case has many complications.

Reviewed on 26 January 2019 by Chris Roberts