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Mardi Gras Murder

Agatha Award for Best Contemporary Novel 2018

by Ellen Byron

  • STRONG SALES: Byron is accruing a solid fan base, and sales of her books have far exceeded expectations. This is a great series that will continue to grow.

  • PROMOTIONAL DYNAMO: Byron is a media veteran, and goes...

  • The Do-Right

    Hammett Prize 2015

    by Lisa Sandlin

    “The do-right”—that’s old Southern talk for prison. Delpha Wade doesn’t want to go back there. Fourteen years is enough.


    No Good Deeds

    Tess Monaghan #9

    Anthony Award for Best Novel 2007

    by Laura Lippman

    New York Times Bestseller

    Award-winning and New York Times bestselling author Laura Lippman’s Tess Monaghan—first introduced in the classic Baltimore Blues—becomes involved in a complicated investigation...


    The Body in the Snowdrift

    Faith Fairchild #15

    Agatha Award for Best Novel 2005

    by Katherine Hall Page

    Caterer Faith Fairchild has a bad feeling about her father-in-law's decision to celebrate his seventieth birthday with a family reunion ski week at the Pine Slopes resort in Vermont -- the Fairchilds' favorite...


    Tagged for Murder

    Molly Doyle #2

    Barry Best Paperback Original 2005

    by Elaine Flinn

    The second page-turning instalment in the acclaimed mystery series featuring striking, sarcastic antique dealer Molly Doyle, set in picturesque Carmel, California.

    Molly Doyle crossed a continent to escape trouble,...


    Butchers Hill

    Tess Monaghan #3

    Agatha Award for Best Novel 1998

    by Laura Lippman

    Tess Monaghan has finally made the move and hung out her shingle as a p.i.-for-hire, complete with an office in Butchers Hill. Maybe it's not the best address in Baltimore, but you gotta start somewhere, and...


    Body in the Transept

    Agatha Award for Best First Novel 1995

    by Jeanne M. Dams

    For Dorothy Martin, a widowed American who's moved to the England she so loves, the Christmas service is painful enough. It is her first holiday without Frank. And stumbling over the body of Canon Billings does...