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Mystery Nights

Murder mystery evenings with a difference

If you enjoyed a Mystery Nights MURDER MYSTERY EVENING recently, you left with a  FREE GIFT: a sizzling murder mystery book by a brilliant up and coming author.

If you enjoyed the book - and of course you enjoyed the book! - maybe you'd like to read more. Here's a selection of the books available from Mystery Nights

CONTEMPORARY SERIES

 

by MAUREEN CARTER

 

WORKING GIRLS

Introducing Birmingham’s finest, Detective Sergeant Bev Morriss, the cop who shoots from the lip and cares more than is good for her.

 

DEAD OLD

Bev’s investigation of the murder of an elderly woman veers too close to home.

 

BABY LOVE

Trouble finds Bev when she takes her eye off the ball.

 

HARD TIME

An abandoned baby, a kidnapped toddler, a dead policeman – and Bev thinks she’s having a hard time!

 

BAD PRESS

Bev is in trouble again - this time with the papers!

 

BLOOD MONEY

Bev is in no mood to play when a vicious burglar adopts a clown mask.

 

DEATH LINE

Bev is after justice for a ten-year-old murder victim.

 

 

by ADRIAN MAGSON

 

NO PEACE FOR THE WICKED

Introducing Riley Gavin and Frank Palmer: a partnership to kill for.

 

NO HELP FOR THE DYING

Gavin and Palmer tangle with religious freaks.

 

NO SLEEP FOR THE DEAD

Danger from the past stalks Gavin and Palmer.

 

NO TEARS FOR THE LOST

Kidnappers and the drugs trade fall foul of Gavin and Palmer.

 

NO KISS FOR THE DEVIL

This time it’s personal for Riley and Frank.

 

 

by PENNY DEACON

 

A KIND OF PURITAN

Claustrophobic futurecrime chiller which nods towards J D Robb.

 

A THANKLESS CHILD

More dark futurecrime-by-the-sea.

 

 

by LINDA REGAN

 

PASSION KILLERS

Murder and mayhem at the strip club from a professional actress turned crime writer.

 

DEAD LIKE HER

Things get personal as the cops investigate a series of lookalike murders.

 

 

by KAYE C HILL

 

DEAD WOMAN’S SHOES

All Lexy wanted was to escape her bullying husband - and now it’s raining cats, dogs and bodies…

 

THE FALL GIRL

Accidental P I Lexy falls foul of the Beast of the Marshes.

 

 

CONTEMPORARY STANDALONES

 

IF IT BLEEDS Bernie Crosthwaite

Newspaper murder chiller by former reporter with a killer storytelling touch.

 

A CERTAIN MALICE Felicity Young

Taut and creepy debut a from rising Australian author.

 

PERSONAL PROTECTION Tracey Shellito

Dark, lesbian sex-thriller set in the charged atmosphere of lap dancing clubs.

 

SINS OF THE FATHER David Harrison

Murder, blackmail and insurance scams on the south coast.

 

 

PUTTING THE MYSTERY IN HISTORY

 

by MARY ANDREA CLARKE

 

LOVE NOT POISON

Regency romp with darker notes, starring the Crimson Cavalier.

 

DEBT OF DISHONOUR

The Crimson Cavalier seeks justice when a highwayman is accused of murder.

 

 

by ROZ SOUTHEY

 

CHORDS AND DISCORDS

Musical mystery when an organ-builder’s apprentice is found dead.

 

SECRET LAMENT

Musician sleuth Charles Patterson finds himself under suspicion.

 

SWORD AND SONG

Trouble follows Charles Patterson into the countryside.

 

 

HISTORICAL STANDALONE

 

TRUTH DARE KILL Gordon Ferris

Taut, atmospheric post-war noir.

 

 

CRIMINAL TENDENCIES

Anthology of top-class short stories from top crime writers including Reginald Hill, Val McDermid, Peter James, Sophie Hannah, Simon Brett, with a foreword from Mark Billingham.

 

 

For details or to order copies, please call 01246 520834.

 

News

 

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The last Mystery Nights murder mystery evening took place at Gawsworth W I in Cheshire. Seven teams of would-be sleuths ploughed through the evidence to find who stuck Hector with the paper knife, and a jolly good time was had by all.

 

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The next Mystery Nights murder mystery evening could take place at a venue near you. To book your own evening, contact us at info@mysterynights.net.

FATAL EXIT

WHO took a hammer to Luke the handyman's skull?

WHO stuck Hector the cad with a paper knife?

FIT TO DROP

DANCE OF DEATH

WHO attacked Rob the gym instructor with an exercise weight?

Bev’s investigation of the murder of an elderly woman veers too close to home.