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Cambridge, 1940. It is the first winter of the war and the snow is falling thick and fast. A college porter, crossing the ancient Mathematical Bridge on his nightly rounds, is startled to hear a child’s cries from help coming from the icy river below.

Publisher: Allison & Busby

939, Cambridge: The opening weeks of the Second World War, and the first blackout - The Great Darkness - covers southern England, enveloping the city. Detective Inspector Eden Brooke, a wounded hero of the Great War, takes his nightly dip in the cool waters of the Cam.

Publisher: Allison & Busby (15 Feb. 2018)

When an explosion rips across Hunstanton Beach on the north Norfolk coast, an abandoned Second World War bomb is assumed to be the cause . . . but is it? Could there be a connection with the new pier being built and the increasingly bitter campaign to halt its construction?

Publisher: Severn House Publishers

When the newspapers turn up to cover Ruby Bright's 100th birthday, they find her seaside care home is a murder scene. Someone spirited Ruby away by wheelchair down to the water's edge on the idyllic north Norfolk coast, and strangled her. But why kill a harmless centurion?

Publisher: Severn House Paperbacks Ltd

When a body is found beneath the waves off the north Norfolk coast the contents of the dead man's pockets set DI Peter Shaw and DS George Valentine on the trail of a most creative killer…

Publisher: Creme de la Crime