I have a fondness for books set during the London Blitz, and this seems to be something shared widely if the number of crime novels set during same is anything to go by. I've read and enjoyed Barbara Nadel's two such books, After the Mourning and Last Rights, about a shell-shocked undertaker trying not to go to pieces every time the sirens start. I also have been trying to get a look at Andrew Taylor's Bleeding Heart Square, set in the 1930s and involving Oswald Mosley Brownshirt shenanigans. When I finally did see it, I noticed another of those stock photo replications I'm always yammering on about.
However, that's not all! A bit of snooping around online brought me to crime writing blog The Rap Sheet, which pointed out two more books with the same cover image.
Four books with one cover is pretty good, but it still doesn't beat the FIVE books with one cover image that I talked about in my second-ever post.
Can anyone beat five?