Books by Caroline Graham

A PLACE OF SAFETY by Caroline Graham
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 5, 1999

"The author's sharp characters and complex but believable plotting are in full play here, to the reader's delight."
Another gem in the diadem of Graham's tales, set in the English village of Ferne Basset (Faithful Unto Death, 1998, etc.)—territory covered by Inspector Tom Barnaby and his sensitive but cloddish Sergeant Gavin Troy. Read full book review >
FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH by Caroline Graham
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 14, 1998

"The result: top-flight entertainment."
A rewarding entry in the British police genre featuring reflective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby and his frequently obnoxious sidekick Sergeant Troy (Written in Blood, 1995 etc.). Read full book review >
WRITTEN IN BLOOD by Caroline Graham
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 1, 1995

"What more could you want?"
The monthly meeting of Midsomer Worthy's Writers' Circle would have been fondly remembered by all six amateur scribes in attendance if the host, retired civil servant Gerald Hadleigh, hadn't been so terrified of visiting novelist Max Jennings that he begged Rex St. Read full book review >
DEATH IN DISGUISE by Caroline Graham
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 22, 1993

"Wonderfully funny, with such solid, traditional underpinnings as good plotting, judiciously dropped clues, and a luminescent turn of phrase: a likely-to-be New Age classic."
A third ramble through the village for Chief Inspector Barnaby and Sergeant Troy (Murder at Madingley Grange, 1991; Death of a Hollow Man, 1989) giddily blends homage and satire in the goings-on at the Manor House in Compton Dando, where a wacko bunch of spiritualists/charlatans/disciples have taken up residence. Read full book review >
MURDER AT MADINGLEY GRANGE by Caroline Graham
Released: Jan. 28, 1990

Graham (Death of a Hollow Man, etc.) returns with a wildly funny spoof on murder weekends staged in stately homes. Read full book review >