Trapeze


Books published by Trapeze

The Split

South Georgia is the dream posting for glacier expert Felicity Lloyd, but dreams have a nasty habit of coming at a price.

Reviewed on 13 June 2020 by Linda Wilson

Witness X

Can you trust the memories of anyone, let alone an apparent serial killer, if you are able to enter their mind and see their memories for yourself? The inventor of such a machine is drawn into an investigation to help find a determined and unusual serial killer

Reviewed on 13 June 2020 by John Barnbrook

Degrees of Guilt

Maria Bloxham calls the police to report she has killed her husband, and soon finds herself on trial. The jury are invited to consider whether her husband’s behaviour constitutes a defence.

Reviewed on 23 May 2020 by Chris Roberts

The Escape Room

Four Wall Street high-flyers find themselves trapped together in an elevator escape room with one instruction – to get out alive.

Reviewed on 30 November 2019 by Madeleine Marsh

You Die Next

Some urban explorers break into an abandoned film studio and encounter an apparently horrific murder scene. They run, but then one by one they are found murdered.

Reviewed on 12 October 2019 by John Barnbrook

The Tattoo Thief

Marni Mullins’ s coffee break during the Brighton tattoo convention turns into a horror story when she finds a mutilated body in the bin.

Reviewed on 13 April 2019 by Kati Barr-Taylor

The Craftsman

Florence Lovelady returns to the town that launched her police carer, but soon starts to fear that her first murder case might not have been as cut and dried as everyone had thought.

Reviewed on 09 February 2019 by Linda Wilson

The Devil's Claw

A young journalist returns home to Guernsey, and when a drowned woman is found on the beach finds links to other such deaths stretching back over 50 years.

Reviewed on 24 May 2018 by Chris Roberts

Tattletale

Mags Mackenzie hasn’t spoken to her brother Abe for years, but she flies to his bedside after he fell down four flights of stairs. It looks like suicide, but something doesn’t ring true.

Reviewed on 10 June 2017 by Kati Barr-Taylor

Ragdoll

Detective Sergeant Fawkes is called to a horrific crime scene where there is only one body, but clearly six victims.

Reviewed on 18 February 2017 by Kati Barr-Taylor