The flesh may be weaker, but the spirits and brains of the residents of an English retirement community are working at full speed in this cozy murder mystery.
Community theater can be a cutthroat endeavor — nowhere more so than in Janice Hallett’s latest mystery.
The paranormal police force at Scotland Yard go underground in the London Silver Vaults to solve a series of mysterious murders that seem linked to the past.
Spend some more time with Olive and Mabel, two Very Good Dogs.
How do you solve a murder mystery in the midst of a pandemic lockdown?
In 1920s England, Inspector Ian Rutledge investigates a murder committed by a ghost against an invisible victim.
Miss Silver helps a young woman prove she’s the rightful heir to an English estate.
Hercule Poirot sets out to solve one case for each of the 12 labors performed by his namesake of Greek mythology.
Miss Silver has her hands full when she is hired by a deaf woman who learns via lip-reading about two men planning a robbery and murder.
Ruth Galloway is back in Norfolk, and it doesn’t take the archaeology professor long to pick up the threads of her old life, including getting swept up in a murder investigation.