Series: The Haward Mysteries

Remy and Theo Haward weren’t expected to be police officers, they had trained to be Magical Technicians (MTechs), a respectable job for any Natural Magic User. However, after a traumatic attack left Theo fighting for his life, they chose to join the front line of magical law enforcement. Now detectives in the Sorcerous Crimes Taskforce’s, Murder Squad, they form a formidable team investigating deaths that the rest of Britain can’t explain and doesn’t know about.

The Diablo Ouija (Haward Mysteries Short)

The Diablo Ouija (Haward Mysteries Short)

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Theo and Remy Haward are drawn into a ghostly murder investigation on Hallowe'en. (The Diablo Ouija was released on 31st Oct 2011 as a FREE Hallowe'en gift for fans of the Haward Mysteries, check out the other books using the series link.) More info →
Stockings – Two Christmas Short Stories

Stockings – Two Christmas Short Stories

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In one story meet Remy and Theo as six year olds trying to meet Father Christmas and in the other see them come to terms with being the guardians of Blackwood during their first Christmas as such. More info →
Rite Name – A Haward Mysteries Short Story

Rite Name – A Haward Mysteries Short Story

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The right name is important when working magic. It is the night of the Spring Equinox, a time for beginnings, and Rommy Haward is in search of a new name. Remy isn't very happy about it, but he won't say no to his twin when goody-two-shoes Rommy asks him to help him to be naughty and work magic to find the name. More info →
Sacrifice of An Angel (Haward Mysteries #1)

Sacrifice of An Angel (Haward Mysteries #1)

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The body of a girl in a ceremonial robe is found sprawled on a playground roundabout, her throat brutally ripped out. Is it a ritualistic, magical murder or a setup to distract from the real killer? That is the question that faces Theo and Remy Haward, detectives in the Sorcerous Crimes Task Force (SeCT), when they are called to the scene. More info →

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