Jonathan Cape


Books published by Jonathan Cape

Memo From Turner

When a young girl is crushed in a hit-and-run the culprit’s rich family conspire to protect him. Warrant Officer Turner is determined that someone will pay.

Reviewed on 10 November 2018 by Chris Roberts

Our Friends in Berlin

1941. Jack Hoste is associated with a group of Nazi sympathisers intent on gathering secret information to help the German cause. His specific aim is to locate the most dangerous Nazi agent in Britain.

Reviewed on 15 September 2018 by Arnold Taylor

The House of Fame

Nick Belsey is a disgraced policeman, living in a recently closed police station. An insistent knocking at the door introduces him to a woman who is searching for him by name, to help her to find her missing son. Helping her leads Nick into the world of celebrity, obsessive adoration and corruption. 

Reviewed on 04 February 2017 by John Barnbrook

Curtain Call

London 1936. There are Blackshirts on the streets and a murderer terrorising women. Actress Nina Land is in the wrong place at the wrong time – and realises she may be the only person to have seen the killer’s face.

Reviewed on 07 March 2015 by Sharon Wheeler

Deep Shelter

DC Nick Belsey is driven down into the miles of abandoned tunnels under the streets of London in search for a missing woman. As it was his fault she was there in the first place, his job will be on the line if that embarrassing fact comes out.

Reviewed on 05 April 2014 by Linda Wilson