This one-of-a-kind mystery tour explores the landscape of British mysteries from Devon and Dartmoor to Oxford and London!

Starting at: $6,295 Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 Landscape of Dartmoor  The coast of Devon  Classic Mystery Lover's England  The beautiful Oxford skyline  All Souls College, Oxford  View near Oxford's Main Street  Bridge of Sighs landmark, Oxford University  Sculptural detail found in Oxford  Typical village in the Cotswolds  Big Ben and Parliament, London  London's Tower Bridge

Classic Mystery Lover's England

Featuring Devon, Oxford, and London

9 days from $6,295

This one-of-a-kind mystery tour explores the landscape of British mysteries from Devon and Dartmoor to Oxford and London!

or Call 855-330-1542

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WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

This is my second mystery tour, and it was absolutely amazing. I came away with new favorite authors, wonderful memories and new friends who share my mystery addiction! 

- Lourdes F.

The tour was excellent, and the trio of ladies who led us are also excellent. Actually seeing where authors have located their stories makes reading the mysteries more enjoyable, adds another dimension to the story. 

- Kathy C.

You can't see it all on one or even two trips so having knowledgeable leaders and an overall theme provided focus and made the selection of sights and cultural experiences relevant. We saw sights and gained insights that you just don't get on the average sightseeing tour. There was not a single "ok, that's nice" moment. 

- Wayne B.

If you like to learn and have fun at the same time, take a Smithsonian tour. 

- Irma C.

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Oct 16 - 24, 2020 Departure; Oct 1 - 9, 2021 Departure
Michael  Jecks

Michael Jecks

Michael Jecks has been a professional crime writer for 25 years and is the author of 43 novels. His work encompasses his highly acclaimed Templar series of historical thrillers, his humorous Bloody Mary Tudor series, the Vintener trilogy, and a modern spy story, Act of Vengeance - described by Lee Child as ‘an instant classic British spy novel’. His books are inspired by history and legends covering the moors where he lives, but his stories are grounded in real life and real people: what motivates them, and what makes them turn to violence. His novel Death Ship of Dartmouth (Headline, 2006) was short-listed for the Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award, and he has been published by HarperCollins, Headline, Simon and Schuster and Severn House.

The founder of Medieval Murderers, he has served on the committees of the Crime Writers’ Association, Historical Writers’ Association and The Detection Club. He has taught writing at Swanwick, Evesham, and tutored for the Royal Literary Fund at Exeter University. An international speaker, he has worked with the British Council in Bogota, at festivals through Europe and all over the United States. His work has been celebrated by Visconti and Conway Stewart. In 2014 he was honored as the International Guest of Honour at the Bloody Words festival in Toronto, and as Grand Master of the first parade in the New Orleans Mardi Gras!