Series: Mark Treasure mystery

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Unholy Writ by David Williams1
Treasure by Degrees by David Williams2
Treasure Up in Smoke by David Williams3
Murder for Treasure by David Williams4
Copper, Gold and Treasure by David Williams5
Treasure Preserved by David Williams6
Advertise for Treasure by David Williams7
Wedding Treasure by David Williams8
Murder in Advent by David Williams9
Treasure in Roubles by David Williams10
Divided Treasure by David Williams11
Treasure in Oxford by David Williams12
Holy Treasure! by David Williams13
Prescription for Murder by David Williams14
Treasure by Post by David Williams15
Planning on Murder. by David Williams16
Banking on Murder by David Williams17

Related tags


  1. Last Seen Breathing by David Williams (1994)
  2. Death and the Princess by Robert Barnard (1982)
  3. He Should Have Died Hereafter by Cyril Hare (1957)
  4. Bellringer Street by Robert Richardson (1988)
  5. Tenant for Death by Cyril Hare (1946)
  6. Dead in the Morning by Margaret Yorke (1970)
  7. Charity Ends at Home by Colin Watson (1968)
  8. Death's Bright Dart by V.C. Clinton-Baddeley (1967)
  9. Death's Bright Angel by Janet Neel (1988)
  10. A Word After Dying by Ann Granger (1997)
  11. Step in the Dark by Elizabeth Lemarchand (1976)
  12. Blood Brotherhood by Robert Barnard (1700)
  13. Hare Sitting Up by Michael Innes (1959)
  14. One Foot in the Grave by Peter Dickinson (1979)
  15. The Curious Affair of the Third Dog by Patricia Moyes (1973)

Series description

Mark Treasure is a pillar of the British Establishment, a successful merchant banker with a glamorous actress wife, Molly. His financial expertise gets him involved not just in a range of enterprises from football teams to chemical plants, but also as a trustee with a number of churches and colleges.


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