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Dead on the Level

by Helen Nielsen

As in her sensational first offering, Helen Nielsen has again come up with a fast-paced and remarkably readable mystery. It begins when a gorgeous girl makes an incredible proposal, and ends when a would-be...


Death of a Flack

by Henry Kane

Lady on the Make:

She was a gorgeous Greek with a classic chassis. When she smoldered her way into a hot tumble with Peter Chambers, the fast-living private eye didn't know whether he was in heaven, or tangling...


A Hammer in His Hand

by Whit Masterson

He was called the Werewolf. He was nameless, faceless, a man who gave no reasons and left no clues. But he had a hammer and hate and lust ... and he'd left eight women ravaged and screaming. The ninth victim...


A Kiss Before Loving

by Mack Reynolds

Here is a saucy, realistic ovel of a group of pleasure-seeking expatriates living it up in the Paris that few tourists see . . .

Shelley Halliday, who made a living showing the seamy side of Parisian night life...


Fall Girl

by Richard Deming

Velda toyed with men. Sometimes she gave them what they wanted - sometimes not. But her games were somewhat limited by her marriage. For every time her husband found out about one of her flings, there were jealous...


Episode on the Riviera

by Mack Reynolds

She had coolly planned a campaign to settle her difficulties. A trip to the French Riviera. A stranger - an attractive man without strings. One who would welcome an affair with an American girl.

The first man...


Vice Cop

by Richard Deming

"Are you just going to stand there," Sharon asked the vice cop, "or do you want to join in the game?"

It was in the line of duty, Matt kept telling himself as he played at love with the wild teenager. Just enough...


Death of a Pusher

by Richard Deming

One surprise deserves another.

"Think you'll need any help, Sergeant?" Lieutenant Wynn asked Matt Rudd.

"I don't think so, sir," Rudd said.

"Kuzniki is a dangerous, but he doesn't know I'm here."

"O.K.," Wynn said....


The Severed Key

by Helen Nielsen

Was the crash deliberately contrived, a diabolical piece of sabotage, or was it cruelly fortuitous? Simon Drake-Miss Nielsen's very personable and popular lawyer-detective-happens to be at the airport at the...


Bourbon Street

by G.H. Otis

Savagery prowls the back alleys of New Orleans while a gunpunk tries to pull the deal of his life.


Falls the Shadow

Victor Carl #5

by William Lashner

New York Times bestselling author William Lashner returns with a brilliantly twisty tale that probes the dark side of the law -- and man

Unlike the rest of you, I cheerfully admit to my own utter selfishness....


A Shadow in the Wild

by Whit Masterson

At last - they had found their quarry. Gib put his field glasses to his eyes and the pilot held the copter motionless above the mountainside. Gib lowered the glasses, his expression stony. "Let's go down."

"What...


Hot Cargo

by G.H. Otis

The ship was a seam-splitting, creaking, leaking, stinking barge.

It would get by.

The captain was a fat, foul-mouthed, drunken bum.

He'd do.

The crew was cutthroat, cunning, and crooked.

It did its work.

And the...


The Crime is Murder

by Helen Nielsen

Young Marta Cornish was haunted by a heritage of buried scandal and dark desires. Her father-a composer of genius-had died violently and the sinister enigma of his death lingered, poisoning the lives of those...


The Dark Stain

by Benjamin Appel

The Dark Stain is a novel of tremendous force and vitality. It is a story of lust and hatred and passion . . . nakedly portrayed and in words the meaning of which can escape no one. The locale is Harlem, but...


The Broken Doll

by Jack Webb

Million dollar heiress is kidnapped by an unusual pair-a blonde and aex-con-who demand ransom or they will make sure death strikes their victim!

Electrifying, terrifying, spine-tingling, Red-hot mystery thriller...


My Business is Murder

by Henry Kane

Olga was the sexy young wife of an old millionaire. She wore black painted toenails, a small black Luger, and very little else.

Anabel was a talented stripper with an act that drove the customers wild. She wore...


Deadly Weapon

by Wade Miller

Her name was Shasta Lynn-a names as phony as the color of her golden hair. She was big and beautiful, and she knew how to tease when she stripped. She was so sensational no one noticed that an admirer in the...


A False Mirror

Inspector Ian Rutledge #9

by Charles Todd

Unhealed scars of the Great War still torment Scotland Yard Inspector Ian Rutledge, and he carries with him the presence of the soldier he was forced to execute in the midst of battle. A haunted, damaged shell...


Stranger in the Dark

by Helen Nielsen

In a neatly handled story with a fresh setting, Helen Nielsen introduces Larry Willis, star salesman for an American farm equipment company, who earned a trip to Copenhagen for a business convention. With four...