Thursday, November 29, 2012

New Titles from Constable & Robinson - Jan-June 2013

Taken from the Constable & Robinson catalogue, here are new titles for January to June 2013 that are relevant to Euro Crime, plus anything translated or a bit unusual...:




A Treacherous Likeness by Lynn Shepherd (#3 Charles Maddox, private detective, 1800s)



Generation Loss & Available Dark by Elizabeth Hand (#1 & #2 in Cass Neary series, set in Maine and Iceland respectively)

C & R Crime 



Death at the Jesus Hospital by David Dickinson (paperback) (#11 Lord Francis Powerscourt, Victorian era)


The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime 10 (paperback) (edited by Maxim Jakubowski)

Death of Yesterday by M C Beaton (#29 PC Hamish Macbeth, Lochdubh, Scotland)

Death of a Kingfisher by M C Beaton (paperback) (#28 PC Hamish Macbeth, Lochdubh, Scotland)

The Circus by James Craig (#4 Inspector John Carlyle)


The reissue of some of Jonathan Gash's Lovejoy books: Gold from Gemini; The Grail Tree; The Judas Pair; Spend Game.


Chilled to the Bone by Quentin Bates (#3 Gunnhildur, Police Sergeant, Hvalvik, Iceland)

Agatha Raisin: Hiss and Hers by M C Beaton (paperback) (#23 Agatha Raisin, Retired PR person, Cotswolds)

Dark Spaces by Helen Black (#5 Lilly Valentine, Family care lawyer)

Reissue of Alan Hunter's Gently with the Innocents and Gently at a Gallop.

Blink of an Eye by Cath Staincliffe plus reissues of Looking for Trouble and Go Not Gently, the first two books in her Sal Kilkenny, PI, Manchester, series in May.

and Australian but...the first three Phryne Fisher books get their UK paperback debut: Miss Phryne Fisher Ivestigates/Flying Too High/Murder on the Ballarat Train.


The Seven Wonders by Steven Saylor (paperback) (#1 Gordanius the Finder (prequel))


Manna From Hades/A Colourful Death/Valley of the Shadow by Carola Dunn - the first three books in the Eleanor Trewyn, Port Mabyn, Cornwall series get their UK paperback release.

Everyone Lies by A D Garrett (aka Margaret Murphy & Professor Dave Barclay)(#1 DI Kate Simms, Manchester)

Killman by G W Kent (#3 Sergeant Kella & Sister Conchita, Solomon Islands)

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