Books by Kay Mitchell

A RAGE OF INNOCENTS by Kay Mitchell
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 14, 1998

"Another winner from one of the genre's best."
A fifth excursion to England's Malminster township, the grungy turf of Chief Inspector John Morrissey and his Detective-Sergeant Neil Barrett (A Portion for Foxes, 1995 etc.). Read full book review >
A PORTION FOR FOXES by Kay Mitchell
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 20, 1995

"For police procedural fans, and others: an uncommonly rewarding experience."
Fourth in a skillful series featuring Malminster's Chief Inspector John Morrissey and his able second-in-command Neil Barrett (Roots of Evil, etc.). Read full book review >
ROOTS OF EVIL by Kay Mitchell
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 19, 1993

"A can't-put-it-down gem of a British procedural."
A third outing for Chief Inspector Morrissey of Malminster Township (In Stony Places, etc.) begins with the tragic but seemingly innocent death of hard-working architect-town planner Richard Simms—in a car crash brought on by a heart attack. Read full book review >
IN STONY PLACES by Kay Mitchell
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 15, 1992

"Unpretentious, brisk, and engaging example of the village procedural."
In his second outing, Detective Inspector John Morrissey (A Lively Form of Death, 1991) of the Malminister town police is making little headway in the search for a killer of young women- -three of them, seemingly chosen at random. Read full book review >
A LIVELY FORM OF DEATH by Kay Mitchell
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 25, 1991

"Well-developed characters, nicely woven plot, and smooth writing—all make the author a welcome addition to the English- village police-procedural tradition."
A sturdy first novel introduces Chief Inspector John Morrissey, whose Malminster bailiwick includes the village of Little Henge, where housecleaner Betty Hartley has just been found dead of cyanide poisoning. Read full book review >