The First Edition Library mysteries
The First Edition Library mysteries are set in the lovely Georgian spa town of Bath. Here we find Hayley Burke, curator of an impressive collection of books from the Golden Age of Mystery—Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, Ngaio Marsh, Margery Allingham, and all the rest. Too bad Hayley has never read a detective story in her life.
Learn more about Marty Wingate’s historical debut, Glamour Girls. During World War II, farmer’s daughter Rosalie Wright becomes a pilot assisting the RAF. But will a romantic rivalry send her aerial dreams plummeting to earth?
Potting Shed mysteries
Pru Parke, middle-aged gardener from Dallas, uproots herself and moves to England to start a new life, where she finds more than she bargained for—from digging up Roman ruins in a client’s garden to taking part in an outdoor Shakespeare production.
Birds of a Feather mysteries
Julia Lanchester, daughter of a celebrity ornithologist, at last moves out of the family home at the age of thirty-eight to manage the Tourist Information Center in the village of Smeaton-under-Lyme on the Fotheringill estate in Suffolk. In the process, she ruffles more than a few feathers.