5 product(s) found for "Crime Fiction"
  • OMNIBUS: Dementia Adventure & Seaweed In My Hair by Miller Caldwell
    OMNIBUS: Dementia Adventure & Seaweed In My Hair by Miller Caldwell
    Retired Postman Ronnie Jackson suffers from Dementia. He retains a very early hour of rising and on several occasions sees something suspicious at the Blackwaterfoot slipway. He is not believed. Can Ronnie make sense of what has happened to him and can he settle happily after his traumatic experiences? "What I liked about the novel Dementia Adventure is that it educates about Dementia and how sufferers live with confused minds. It is also an exciting and adventurous ramble around the Isle of Arran."...
  • Missing From Blackwaterfoot by Miller Caldwell
    Missing From Blackwaterfoot by Miller Caldwell
    Blackwaterfoot resident Joe Grant suffers from Parkinson's disease. He plays Bridge and at one session, as it closes, he encounters two well dressed Charity Workers. They drive him home in the rain. But are they really who they say they are? Joe travels to mainland Ardrossan where he is met by a precognition agent acting for the Procurator Fiscal in Ayr. He expects he is the prime Court witness. But he does not get to give his evidence. He disappears. Yet in his disappearance, he finds much satisfaction...
  • Ruffled Feathers At Blackwaterfoot by Miller Caldwell
    Ruffled Feathers At Blackwaterfoot by Miller Caldwell
    Be taken to the Island of Arran in the Tartan Noire trilogy. Murders At Blackwaterfoot, Dementia Adventure/Seaweed In My Hair Omnibus Nu Yok city lawyer Tony Lupino visits Arran. He states he is the direct descendent of Alban Caskie who lived in Blackwaterfoot in 1702. The discovery of gold in the north of the island starts a goldrush. Tony uncovers a World War II Nazi plane and assists the police in the search for a missing teenager. Naturally the locals are enthralled as he regales them with his...
  • Murders At Blackwaterfoot by Miller Caldwell
    Murders At Blackwaterfoot by Miller Caldwell
    Based at Lamlash on Arran, PC Rory Murdoch has a minimal caseload, giving him ample time to think about his daughter, Ella, and her special needs. Then three murders occur in close succession. His supervising officer, mainland-based D.I. Samuel Grant, is not supportive. Can Rory stand up to this bully and undermining superior? Rory receives a letter from Belgium and Ella has a remarkable insight both of which lead to High Court trials in Ayr. How can Rory cope with three murder trials while his mind...
  • The Greenock Murders by Kieran James
    The Greenock Murders by Kieran James
    Robbie lived in a new build terrace house in the working-class Cartsdyke area of Greenock, just south of Cappielow Park, the home ground of Greenock Morton Football Club. His house was on Grosvenor Road, not far from the King s Oak Primary School, although Robbie had stopped attending there years ago and was now at a special school. A 10-year-old autistic boy is brutally bullied by a group of local high-school students in a Scottish riverside town. And a neo-Nazi gang is terrorizing Greenock and...

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