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Penrose Smith is the author of the acclaimed Thaddeus Gilmore murder mysteries. Thaddeus Gilmore is a well-respected detective who serves with the Chester Metropolitan Police Force. The Thaddeus Gilmore series of books are set in 1865 and portray a feel and flavour of the Victorian age. Each book has been carefully researched to give an authentic view of how detectives worked in the Victorian era.

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A Victorian murder mystery featuring the detective Thaddeus Gilmore. The body of a woman is found brutally murdered. Thaddeus is called to investigate. The crime escalates into a complex mystery that brings all Thaddeus's powers of detection to the fore.

The story is set in the year 1865 and is full of the sights, sounds and flavours of the Victorian age.

Thaddeus Gilmore's mastery of detective skills are tested by a cunning murderer.

A full length murder mystery featuring Thaddeus Gilmore.

 

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A victorian murder mystery set in 1864 featuring detective Thaddeus Gilmore.

A body has been discovered near the entrance to the Gravestoke tunnel. How did it get there? Did the man fall from a passing train or was he pushed?

Inspector Thaddeus Gilmore is sent to investigate.









 

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It's 1864 and Thaddeus Gilmore takes a holiday in Cornwall. While he is there a body is found on a local beach, was it murder or suicide?

Thaddeus is called in to investigate the death which turns out to become a complex mystery and a race against time to save a man's life.

Thaddeus Gilmore's mastery of detective skills are tested by a cunning murderer.

Set in the mid Victorian era the story if full of the sights, sounds and flavours of Victorian England.

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A funeral and a sudden knocking from inside the coffin. Panic ensues and the widow is hysterical. "He's not dead!" she cried out, "Quick, open the coffin he must have come back to me."

A tale of death and intrigue featuring the detective Alexander Valentine.

Set in the late Victorian era the story is full of the sights, sounds and flavours of Victorian England.

 

 

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      A Tale of Henry VIII
    Available Summer 2015

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A tragic story of love, deceit and murder.

A Victorian murder mystery set in 1852. 

A beautiful, mysterious woman, a skull, a murder to solve.

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 A English Civil War Adventure
    Available Summer 2015

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     The Battle of Trafalgar 
      Available Summer 2015

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A Victorian murder mystery featuring the detective Thaddeus Gilmore.

Chief Inspector Cyril LaRedare has had a strange encounter on a train. Fifty thousand pounds has gone missing.

The story is set in the year 1865 and is full of the sights, sounds and flavours of the Victorian age.

Thaddeus Gilmore's mastery of detective skills are tested by a cunning murderer.

A full length murder mystery featuring Thaddeus Gilmore. 

 

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The Countess Devonshire is staying at the Royal Hotel in London when she discovers her valuable diamond necklace has been stolen - much to the horror of the hotel manager, Mr. Golding.

Detective Thaddeus Gilmore and his friend Granville Polmere are attending a court case in London and offer their services to recover the necklace.

However, the Countess's vague and somewhat confusing version of events results in the case becoming a complex and intriguing mystery for Thaddeus to solve.

A mystery full of the sights and sounds of Victorian England.  






 

 


 
 

 

 

  

  
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