P D James
Phyllis Dorothy James (1920 – 2014), was an English detective novelist. Her most famous detective was Adam Dalgleish.
Books by P D James
Interviews where books by P D James were recommended
When addressing the really fundamental questions in science, researchers must assume that there is an objective reality to describe. But the nature of that reality may be more subtle, allowing space for the existence of God, says Andrew Briggs, professor of nanomaterials at Oxford University.
With so many works of detective fiction coming out each year, which books stand the test of time? Here, bestselling British author Jeffrey Archer talks us through some of his favourites, the books he found completely unputdownable and made him want to read everything the author had written.
Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland
by Christopher Browning
Life After Life: Interviews with Twelve Murderers
by Tony Parker
by P D James
Cries Unheard: The Story of Mary Bell
by Gitta Sereny
The Adversary: A True Story of Monstrous Deception
Does anyone have the capacity to commit homicide? Forensic psychiatrist and bestselling author Gwen Adshead raises the chilling possibility that maybe they do, as she recommends five of the best books on the psychology of killing.