Historic Crime on Sale!

Our Inspector Abbs Mysteries are on SALE for this week only on Kindle Countdown for 99 Pence/Cents each.

A Seaside Mourning and A Christmas Malice will be available at this price only until next Saturday.

We’re currently writing the next Inspector Abbs novel, which is set in London.

The reason why?

Well, the new William Quest novel, Deadly Quest, will be available for pre-order later this week, so we are celebrating all things Victorian.

Watch out for some special blogs about the new book over the coming days.

Please forward this to any of your friends who enjoy Historical Crime. We don’t have Rupert Murdoch’s publishing budget, so rely on word of mouth to tell people about our books.

All of our books are available in paperback as well…

Just click on the links to see the reviews or to order now…

A Seaside Mourning

A Seaside Mourning (The Inspector Abbs Mysteries Book 1) by [Bainbridge, John]An atmospheric Victorian murder mystery.
Devonshire 1873. In the sleepy seaside resort of Seaborough, a leading resident may have been poisoned, Still coming to terms with his own mourning, Inspector Abbs is sent to uncover the truth.
Behind the Nottingham lace curtains, certain residents have their secrets. Under growing pressure, Abbs and Sergeant Reeve must search the past for answers as they try to unmask a killer.


A Christmas Malice: An Inspector Abbs Novella (The Inspector Abbs Mysteries Book 2) by [Bainbridge, John]A Christmas Malice

Christmas 1873. Inspector Abbs is visiting his sister in a lonely village on the edge of the Norfolk Fens. He is hoping for a quiet week while he thinks over a decision about his future. However all is not well in Aylmer. Someone has been playing malicious tricks on the inhabitants. With time on his hands and concerned for his sister, Abbs feels compelled to investigate..
This complete mystery is a novella of around 33,000 words. The events take place shortly after the first full-length Inspector Abbs novel, A Seaside Mourning.



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