A collection of short stories by Ruskin Bond
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List of books that I rad from 9th to 15th July, 2018
Weird things are happening in London – first an earthquake and now, giant rats in the sewers. Lestrade decides to poke his nose where it belongs.
List of books that I read from 2nd to 8th of July, 2018
Lady Helena’s husband is no more. But she is not convinced that his death was an accident…
There are lots of stories out there about defectors during the Cold War. But have you heard of one in which the defection takes place in Space?
The dark secrets of the well-known yet hush-hush Bilderberg Conference. When Claire Jerome, Paul Kingdon and Pierre Brossard are invited to the conference, their lives are going to change forever.
The humorous real-life (mis)adventures of the mother -daughter duo – Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella
Bodies are piling up on the streets and there is a serial killer on the loose. Mattie and her ex-flame Ted Hudson are assigned to solve the mystery. Meanwhile, Cockran takes up the divorce case that will change his life and possibly, his career too.
The Gemini Agenda is the final installment in the Winston Churchill Thrillers Trilogy
The Nationalist Social German Worker’s Party is on the rise in Germany. There is also a rise in hatred for people of Jewish Origin, Meanwhile, Mattie goes in search of The Spear of Destiny.
The Parsifal Pursuit is the second installment of the Winston Churchill Thrillers Trilogy.
It is just before the start of WW2. Germany is planning to invade Poland. Churchill learns of Germany’s plan to buy arms for the IRA. Cockran is still coming to terms with his wife’s death while Mattie is commitment phobic. The DeValera Deception is the first book in the Winston Churchill Thrillers Trilogy
When Beatrice’s grandson is accused of the murder he did not commit, Beatrice decides to find the real killer in this next installment of the Cookie Club Mystery series.
Albert’s joy has no limits when he receives a telegram from The Queen on his hundredth birthday. Three years later, Albert’s wife, Betty celebrates her hundredth but The Queen seems to have forgotten to send Betty a Birthday Telegram.
Beatrice’s date is found dead in the church. With the help of her two best friends – Sophie and Stella, Beatrice decides to solve this murder mystery.
The Mayor of Hatheslborough is found murdered in his Parlour. Brent decides to solve the mystery.