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Tickets are LIVE for the third Books on the Beach signing event in Blackpool, UK.

The event is taking place on Saturday 17th August 2024 at the Village Hotel and we will have a selection of authors from across the world attending.
We will have a mix of multi-genre authors joining us, including Bow Street Society author T.G. Campbell, and we are so excited for it! 

Come and join us!
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The Bow Street Society is a fictional group of amateur detectives, operating in Victorian London, that feature in the murder mystery writings of award winning crime author, T.G. Campbell.  Each of its civilian members has been enlisted for their unique skill or exceptional knowledge in a particular field derived from their usual occupation. Members are assigned to cases, by the Society's clerk, Miss Trent, based upon these skills and fields of knowledge. 

THE CASE OF THE SCREAM IN THE SMOG

& OTHER STORIES 

(Bow Street Society Casebook Volume 6)

Available on Amazon Kindle (& all devices), via Kindle Unlimited, and paperback

Edited by Sue Soares

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THE CASE OF THE PUGILIST'S PLOY
(Bow Street Society Mystery, #6)
Available for Amazon Kindle (all devices) and paperback. Free to download for Kindle Unlimited customers. ​Edited by Sue Soares.​​​

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A few days have passed since the dramatic conclusion of The Case of The Maxwell Murder, and Christmas is just around the corner. As the Bow Street Society comes together to support one of their own, tensions run high at New Scotland Yard following Inspector Conway’s disciplinary board hearing. When Inspector Woolfe then returns to Tonbridge, Kent to finally uncover the truth of Miss Trent’s past, Inspector Lee is left to his own devices with dramatic results.

Meanwhile, a man is found brutally murdered in a warehouse at the West India Docks’ Import Dock. A plea from his uncle to find his murderer soon plunges the Bow Street Society into the secretive and shifting worlds of bareknuckle and gloved boxing. In a dramatic case that will see the Bow Street Society literally fight the Metropolitan Police, no one is who they seem, and danger lurks around every corner…

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The Case of The Scream in The Smog & Other Stories is the sixth volume of shorter mysteries to feature the group, wherein they must solve peculiar problems posed by their colourful array of clients, such as: the origins of a terrifying scream in London’s dense smog, how a lightkeeper could disappear without a trace, and what Society member Mr Callahan Skinner is hiding. These are just some of the issues which must be addressed to expose the truth behind these bizarre cases. 


IN THIS VOLUME:


The Case of The Scream in The Smog

The Case of The Impossible Implication

The Case of The Lyall Lighthouse

The Case of The Bold Blackmailer

The Case of The Cryptic Clues

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Drunkenness was a major social problem in the nineteenth century. Then, as now, people came up with a multitude of words and sayings to disguise what they were up to. Some were obvious, some were ingenious, and some were utter nonsense. In this month’s blog, author of the Bow Street Society mystery books T.G. Campbell explores a small selection of these whilst raising a smile and (perhaps) a small drink of her own!  

A The Case of the Curious Client has made it into the top 20 and next stage of BooksOffice.com's search for the next killer crime TV drama!! Words can't describe how excited I am right now. A MASSIVE THANK YOU to everyone who voted, shared, and supported me in getting this far. Congratulations and the very best of luck to the other authors who also made it through​​