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Today is officially the first day of autumn. That means the leaves are changing colour, the air is turning crisper and Pumpkin Spiced Lattes are dominating coffee orders across the nation. So as the colder weather creeps in, we want to provide you with an abundance of cosy crime stories to cuddle up with. Best enjoyed under a blanket or in front of a crackling fire, these box sets contain enough mysteries to last you until Christmas.

Available at the discounted price of £1.99/$2.99 for a limited time only, be sure to bag these bargains today!

1. D.I. Price Investigates by Joanna Cannan

It all begins with a murder at the prestigious Aston Park Guest House and Stables. A mystery that calls in Inspector D.I. Price, a man with a loathing for the effete English aristocracy, to solve the mystery.

From murderous English elite to deceiving rural husbands, can Scotland Yard’s D.I. Price keep his own prejudices from clouding his judgments?

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2. The Marsh and Daughter Casebook by Amy Myers

When strange murder mysteries strike sleepy country towns, Peter and Georgia Marsh, a father-and-daughter detective duo, are on the case. From cult sacrifices in medieval churches to cold cases from the Second World War, these cosy mysteries are utterly unputdownable.

Perfect for fans of Midsomer Murders and crime in the picturesque English countryside, this box set of four engrossing novels combines the bestselling Marsh & Daughter series in one package.

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3. The Sebastian Symes Mysteries by G. W. Colkitto

Sebastian Symes cannot avoid murder. Constantly drawn into baffling mysteries across these five intriguing whodunits, the friend and rival of Holmes battles corrupt wealthy families, jewel thieves and murderers on the loose.

These charming novellas transport readers back to the late nineteenth century, a world of gentleman detectives, ingenious thieves, bumbling constables, and cryptic mysteries, perfect for fans of Sherlock Holmes.

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4. The Sherlock Holmes Casebook by Val Andrews

A renowned illusionist has been touring across Europe with his troupe of fellow magicians and a lion in tow. Little does he know, the curtains are soon to rise and fall on his final spectacle.

So begins this enchanting collection of Sherlockian mysteries which see Holmes and Watson up against a series of devilishly clever mysteries. From a Christmas party gone wrong in a snowy countryside mansion, to some apparently supernatural activities in an old theatre. Perfect for fans of Conan Doyle and classic murder mysteries, this absorbing box set will have you hooked.

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5. Hard Cases by Roger Hurn

Meet Ryan Kyd, a former member of the elite Diplomatic Protection Group. In his time, Ryan guarded Royalty, Prime Ministers and faced down terrorists. Now he’s set up on his own as a Private Investigator on the mean streets of South London…

In Hard Cases, the first three best-selling Ryan Kyd thrillers are collected together for the first time.

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