Swansong finds Nick going undercover as he is drafted onto a case that isn't going anywhere because of his prior experience in the world of private education only to find out that he might have an even closer connection to the case than he thought.
Kickback by Damien Boyd sees Di Nick Dixon of Somerset and Avon Police force was thrown into another murder investigation before he has completely got over the last with an interesting twist the case this time. With a victim that could have multiple reasons why someone would want to kill him.
Head in the Sand by Damien Boyd is the second book in the Di Nick Dixon series and it continues from As the Crow Flies with Jane in Nick's bed as he gets a call about a decapitated head in a bunker on a local golf course.
As The Crow Flies by Damien Boyd is the first book in the DI Nick Dixon series and it starts with Nick moving from the met police to a countryside detective for want of a better word. Where he is working on a case but hears that his old climbing partner has died while climbing and is asked to look into it by Jake's parents.
The Pursuit of Aggression - The Rise, Terror and Fall of the Kray Twins by Christian Shakespeare is an in-depth view of the activities of the legendary Kray Twins.
Reflections by Seanan McGuire is the second book in the Indexing series and continues from Indexing. Henry and the team are now being assessed on whether they are fit to work with each other now that Henry is active as it could in balance the team and is definitely against ATI rules.
Indexing by Seanan McGuire is an interesting take on the way we see Fairy tales. You see a team of individuals that band together to save the world from the narrative.
Golden Braids and Dargon Blades is the fourth book in the Fairy Tales Series by Melanie Karsak. It is a steampunk adaptation of the fairy tale Rapunzel and with a good tie into the entire universe created by Melanie Karsak.
Beauty and the Beastly by Melanie Karask is the third book in the Fairy Tale Series its a steampunk take on Beauty and the Beastly where you see the return of Isabelle Hawkings from Ice and Embers.
Ice and Embers is the second book in the Steampunk Fairy Tales Book series by Melanie Karsk and must admit I did feel a bit disappointed when I started to read the book and find out that it didn’t carry on with Alice and was a completely new fairy tale.