the brand new gripping British cosy crime mystery novel for summer 2023!
Robert Thorogood is the creator of the hit BBC One TV series Death In Paradise. He was born in Colchester, Essex, in 1972. When he was 10-years old, he read his first proper novel - Agatha Christie's Peril at End House - and he's been in love with the genre ever since. He now lives in Marlow in Buckinghamshire with his wife and children.
Praise for Death Comes to Marlow ‘Lots of laughs, a quick pace and an easy read to escape into’ GLAMOUR ‘Cleverly plotted and laugh-out-loud funny’ YOURS MAGAZINE ‘Satisfying locked-room mystery’ SAGA ‘Cosy crime at its best’ CRIME MONTHLY ‘The perfect cosy crime to curl up with’ HEAT Praise for The Marlow Murder Club series ‘An Agatha Christie-inspired puzzle of a novel … beautifully crafted … a criminal success’ MY WEEKLY ‘I really enjoyed it. A great escapist yarn from start to finish and a real tonic’ SIMON KERNICK ‘An absolute joy to read. Funny, entertaining and beautifully written’ B. A. PARIS ‘Laugh-out-loud humour, superb plotting and a full-throttle finale … entertaining and enjoyable … the perfect read to fill the long, lockdown nights of winter’ LANCASHIRE POST ‘Thrilling and heartfelt, gripping and wonderfully humorous, The Marlow Murder Club is an absolute joy from first page to last’ CHRIS WHITAKER ‘This is just the kind of book I love to read – a proper whodunit with clues, suspects, and engaging leading characters. Great location too, and lots of charm and humour. I loved it’ FAITH MARTIN ‘Assured cosy crime from an ingenious author … An affectionate look at older lives and the energy they can still provide the world, and damn right funny and heartwarming at times, this is great fun indeed’ MAXIM JAKUBOWSKI, CRIME TIME ‘The Marlow Murder Club is a hugely entertaining mystery, and Judith Potts, the Marple of Marlow, is a wonderful new detective character’ MARTIN EDWARDS ‘One of the most original and beguiling characters I have read about for a long time … a delight from start to finish. Robert Thorogood has brought the fun back into crime fiction’ SIMON BRETT