Interviewed 28 October 2017
Books by Peter James
Detective Superintendent Roy Grace and his team encounter a deeply
bizarre case where all the evidence points to a murder, but there’s no
body to be found.
Reviewed on 24 July 2021 by Sharon Wheeler
A seemingly pillar of the community solicitor is up in court on a drug-dealing charge, but he will stop at nothing to ensure he’s found not guilty
Reviewed on 31 July 2020 by Sharon Wheeler
Artist Jason Danes and his wife Emily think they’ve found their forever home. But then they start to feel they’re not alone – and discover that no one has ever lived beyond 40 in Cold Hill House.
Reviewed on 21 December 2019 by Sharon Wheeler
A woman’s apparent suicide leads Detective Superintendent Roy Grace into the world of internet romance scams – and a gang willing to kill anyone who threatens to expose them.
Reviewed on 27 July 2019 by John Cleal
A missing teenager sets Detective Superintendent Roy Grace and his team of Brighton cops in a race against the clock.
Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by Sharon Wheeler
Detective Superintendent Roy Grace has to contend with two old adversaries, as well as a beautiful gold-digger with a very scary hobby.
Reviewed on 11 June 2016 by Sharon Wheeler
Ollie and Caro Harcourt buy a dilapidated mansion in the Sussex countryside. But it soon becomes apparent that the house has a sinister history and somebody or something doesn’t want them there.
Reviewed on 21 November 2015 by Sharon Wheeler
Detective Superintendent Roy Grace and his team are battling against the clock to find out who is abducting young, blonde women.
Reviewed on 15 August 2015 by Sharon Wheeler
A collection of short stories bringing together vengeful spouses, ghosts and police procedurals, including the first-ever case for Roy Grace.
Reviewed on 21 February 2015 by Linda Wilson
Superintendent Roy Grace is about to get married – but there's a maniac with a score to settle and a love of lighting fires on the loose in Brighton.
Reviewed on 28 June 2014 by Sharon Wheeler
New York gangs of the 1920s meet 2012 Brighton as Detective Superintendent Roy Grace investigates an attack on an elderly woman
Reviewed on 01 November 2013 by Sharon Wheeler