Lynda La Plante - 2 Books
Created by the award-winning screenwriter and novelist Lynda La Plante, Jane Tennison was a good-looking, intelligent, yet naive young woman when she joined the Met in 1973. Posted to one of the roughest areas of London, she has to toughen up; but being a woman in the 1970s police force presents its own challenges. The two titles included in this set are: Murder Mile (Read more...) Good Friday (Read more...)
In Lancashire in 1612, with the Pendle witch trials looming, the mistress of Gawthorpe Hall is 17-year-old Fleetwood Shuttleworth who, after three stillbirths, is pregnant again and desperate for herself and her child to survive. A chance encounter with Alice Gray, a young midwife who promises to help her, brings hope – if Alice can escape the witch-hunt.
In this bestselling thriller set in 1941 Tom Wilde is assigned to his deadliest mission yet – to smuggle a package out of Germany that will ensure the fall of the Third Reich. Deep behind enemy lines he discovers the truth about the task. As the enemy pursue him across Europe he becomes convinced that the secret he has risked his life for should remain hidden, even if that means betraying his country.
The Ice Beneath Her
This Swedish psychological thriller is told by multiple narrators, each giving their perspective on the investigation into a gruesome beheading at the home of a missing, scandal-ridden CEO. This murder points Detective Peter Lindgren back to an unsolved crime from a decade earlier.