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Countdown City: The Last Policeman Book II

by Ben H. Winters

Winner of the 2014 Philip K. Dick Award

The Last Policeman received the 2013 Edgar Award for Best Paperback Original--along with plenty of glowing reviews. 

 

Now Detective Hank Palace returns in Countdown...


Meg Harris Mysteries 5-Book Bundle: Death's Golden Whisper / Red Ice for a Shroud / The River Runs Orange / Arctic Blue Death / A Green Place for Dyin

by R.J. Harlick

In one volume for the first time, this bundle presents the first five novels of the Meg Harris Mystery series by R.J. Harlick. Meg Harris, an amateur sleuth who drinks a little too much and is afraid of the...


The Prodigal Son

Roger the Chapman #15

by Kate Sedley

The latest title in the acclaimed Roger the Chapman series When Roger the Chapman discovers he has a hitherto unknown half-brother, he has mixed feelings about the matter. But when John Wedmore is accused of...


The Burgundian's Tale

Roger the Chapman #14

by Kate Sedley

Things aren't going too well at home for Roger the Chapman and his wife, Adela. Their fourth child has died only days after being born and Roger fails to conceal his feelings of relief at having one less mouth...


Platinum Canary

by Nick Oldham

DCI Henry Christie, taken off an anonymous murder case and transferred into a dead-end desk job, leaps at the chance to investigate the brutal killing of an ex-cop turned sleazy private eye. At first Christie...


Sins Out of School

by Jeanne M Dams

Dorothy Martin wants a traditional Thanksgiving. Then the school calls, asking her to fill in for missing teacher Amanda Doyle. Three days later John Doyle is murdered; Amanda is the suspect. Trying to prove...


It Happened One Knife

by Jeffrey Cohen

A new Double Feature mystery opens- with fun movie facts and trivia.Elliot Freed is beyond happy when legendary comics Lillis & Townes appear at his refurbished all-comedy theater. But when insinuations arise...


Poisoned Politics

by Maggie Sefton

The second book in New York Times bestselling author Maggie Sefton’s dazzling political mystery series

Beltway doyenne Samantha Calhoun has learned many lessons in a lifetime of politics, and she relishes...


Purgatory Key

by Darrell James

After Lissa Rogers and Kendra Kozak set out on a summer adventure, the two teenagers arrive at Terrebonne Key, an island in the Louisiana bayou rumored to be the location of a legendary treasure. But they aren’t...


Jack and Susan in 1953: Jack & Susan #3

by Michael McDowell

Regardless of what the calendar says, Jack and Susan are always, eternally, 27 years old. They are destined for each other like Hepburn and Tracy, Dagwood and Blondie, Nick and Nora. They always acquire a shaggy...


Jack and Susan in 1913: Jack & Susan #1

by Michael McDowell

Regardless of what the calendar says, Jack and Susan are always, eternally, 27 years old. They are destined for each other like Hepburn and Tracy, Dagwood and Blondie, Nick and Nora. They always acquire a shaggy...


Jack and Susan in 1933: Jack & Susan #2

by Michael McDowell

Regardless of what the calendar says, Jack and Susan are always, eternally, 27 years old. They are destined for each other like Hepburn and Tracy, Dagwood and Blondie, Nick and Nora. They always acquire a shaggy...


Mr. Monk is Miserable

Mr. Monk #7

by Lee Goldberg

Based on the hit USA network series- from edgar(r) Award - nominated Monk screenwriter lee Goldberg

Adrian Monk and his assistant Natalie are in Paris, touring the shadowy catacombs that wind beneath the city...


Green's Way

by Juli Bunting

There is no hiding the fact that Samantha Green lives a charmed existence. The sharp and beautiful fraud investigator for Heartland Global Insurance will have readers discovering that luck, guile, smarts and...


Shot Girl

by Karen E. Olson

New Haven police reporter Annie Seymour has a talent for running into trouble. So it should come as no surprise when her co-worker’s bachelorette party at a local club quickly turns into a crime scene. What...


Rules of Murder

by Julianna Deering

When a party at his country estate proves deadly, can Drew Farthering and a clever debutante guest catch the killer before he claims another victim?


Murder With All the Trimmings: Josie Marcus, Mystery Shopper

Josie Marcus, Mystery Shopper #3

by Elaine Viets

A humbug of a Shopping mystery...

From The Anthony and Agatha Award-Winning Author of Accessory to Murder

Includes insider shopping tips!

Mystery shopper Josie Marcus doesn?t get the appeal of the year-round...


Where Serpents Sleep

Sebastian St. Cyr #4

by C.S. Harris

Fourth in the “moody and atmospheric” historical mystery series starring “a troubled but compelling antihero.”(Booklist) London, 1812. The brutal slaughter of eight young prostitutes in a house of refuge...


A Perfect Victim

by Patricia Dusenbury

Claire Marshall's world crumbled when her husband died in a fire. She's trying to build a new life - and a business restoring historic houses. Then one of her clients is found dead in a burned building. The...


Redeem

by Patrick E. Douglas

This grim thriller doubles as both an investigation into what motivates a group of teenagers to commit a horrible crime and an examination of how their lives are permanently affected by it. In 1983, a circle...