2020 BOOK SIGNING DATES ANNOUNCED

The first Bow Street Society Mystery, The Case of The Curious Client, was given an excellent review by respected book blogger, Kate, over on Portable Magic. Read her review by clicking on the button below.

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The 190th Anniversary of the Founding of the Metropolitan Police Force ​​

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When the Bow Street Society is called upon to assist the Women’s International Maybrick Association, it’s assumed the commission will be a short-lived one. Yet, a visit to the Walmsley Hotel in London’s prestigious west end only serves to deepen the Society’s involvement. In an establishment that offers exquisite surroundings, comfortable suites, and death, the Bow Street Society must work alongside Scotland Yard to expose a cold-blooded murderer. Meanwhile, two inspectors secretly work to solve the mystery of not only Miss Rebecca Trent’s past but the creation of the Society itself…


Set a month after the events of The Case of The Spectral Shot, The Case of The Toxic Tonic is the fourth instalment in the Bow Street Society Mystery series of novels.

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MAPPING VICTORIAN LONDON BY T.G. CAMPBELL

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T.G. Campbell will be attending several author events in 2020 where readers will have the opportunity to meet the creator of the Bow Street Society, buy signed copies of all the books, and discuss all things crime fiction and Victorian Era London!  Visit the Book Signings page for more information.

Read T.G. Campbell's guest post on Rose English UK's blog. In it, she discusses the historical context of her latest mystery, The Case of The Toxic Tonic. She also explores the scandalous reputation of massages in Victorian Era London.

T.G. Camplbell explores the origins of this most famous pieces of British slang in her September blog to discover how it came to be so closely linked to the police.

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. This ensures the Society may work on the behalf of their clients regardless of their client’s social class or wealth; cases that the police either can’t or won’t investigate. From an artist to an illusionist, from an architect to a veterinarian, the Bow Street Society's aim is to provide justice by all and for all. 

T.G. Campbell is the author of the Bow Street Society series of books. Set in Victorian London, they are based on meticulous research into the period. In this feature, which coincides with the launch of The Case of the Toxic Tonic, T.G. Campbell explores the mapping of London in 1896 and the way in which she has researched it.

THE CASE OF THE TOXIC TONIC 
(Bow Street Society Mystery, #4)
Available for Amazon Kindle (all devices),
 via Kindle Unlimited, and paperback.

​Edited by Sue Soares.​​​