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The Last Girl

Maeve Kerrigan #3

by Jane Casey

“Maeve Kerrigan [is] a fascinating and plausible character…What she has is persistence, integrity and emotional intelligence, and a very deft way of insinuating herself into a reader's affections.”—The...


The Ophelia Cut: A Novel

Dismas Hardy #14

by John Lescroart

WHEN A BRUTAL RAPIST IS MURDERED, A LOVING FATHER STANDS ACCUSED OF THE CRIME. DEFENSE ATTORNEY DISMAS HARDY MUST DEFEND HIS BROTHER-IN-LAW AND OLD FRIEND MOSES McGUIRE IN A THRILLING CASE THAT HITS FAR TOO...


The Doublet Affair

Ursula Blanchard #2

by Fiona Buckley

Ursula Blanchard is "audacious, intensely loyal, and beguiling," said Publishers Weekly of Fiona Buckley's historical sleuth in her mystery series debut. Now, the young, widowed lady-in-waiting is back, once...


The Fugitive Queen

Ursula Blanchard #7

by Fiona Buckley

It is 1568, three years since Ursula Blanchard exchanged her work as a spy in the service of her half sister, Queen Elizabeth, for the relative calm of married life. But when Elizabeth summons her, loyal Ursula...


The Fugitive

by Massimo Carlotto

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Mrs. Jeffries Turns the Tide

Mrs. Jeffries Victorian Mysteries #31

by Emily Brightwell

If you like Downton Abbey, you'll love Mrs. Jeffries!

IN THE WEEDS

 

Beautiful and new in town, Ellen Langston-Jones doesn’t have any enemies. So, when she’s found dead in the communal gardens, Inspector...


Hex on the Ex

Mind For Murder Mysteries #3

by Rochelle Staab

From the author of Bruja Brouhaha and Who Do, Voodoo?--the new Mind for Murder Mystery!

When her ex-husband encounters a mysterious death omen, psychologist Liz Cooper turns to occult professor Nick Garfield...


Cat Nap

Sunny and Shadow #2

by Claire Donally

Let sleeping cats lie…

 

Kittery Harbor, Maine, may not be a hotbed of criminal activity, but Sunny Coolidge and her feline companion, Shadow, have a knack for nosing out trouble. While Shadow copes with...


Gluten for Punishment

Baker's Treat Mysteries #1

by NancyJ. Parra

Gluten-free baker Toni Holmes may not cook with wheat, but when there's a criminal on the loose, she'll do what it takes to figure out who has their finger in the pie...

Even though Toni is used to going...


Malled to Death

Mall Cop Mysteries #3

by Laura DiSilverio

Get ready for a second take.

With a famous action star for a father, mall cop EJ Ferris is used to the Hollywood hullabaloo. But when her mall becomes his movie set, the cameramen aren’t the only ones who...


Killer in Crinolines

Consignment Shop Mysteries #2

by Duffy Brown

It’s August in Savannah, Georgia—hardly the season for a traditional Southern wedding with hoopskirts and crinolines. One could die from the heat—or from a cake knife in the back...

Reagan Summerside...


Board Stiff

Dead-End Job #12

by Elaine Viets

Husband and wife PI team Helen Hawthorne and Phil Sagemont are about to find out murder is no day at the beach....

There's a dark cloud over Sunny Jim's Stand-Up Paddleboard Rental business on Florida's Riggs...


Angora Alibi

Seaside Knitters #7

by Sally Goldenbaum

The sun is shining in Sea Harbor and a group of friends, the Seaside Knitters, are spending Thursday evenings knitting the sweetest of gifts—a baby blanket. But as the due date draws near, they find they must...


The Cat, the Mill and the Murder

Cats in Trouble #5

by Leann Sweeney

When cat lover and quilter Jillian Hart volunteers to help a local animal shelter relocate a colony of feral cats living in an abandoned textile mill, she never expects to find a woman living there, too. Jeannie...


The Sleeping Salesman Enquiry

Ivy Beasley #4

by Ann Purser

From the author of the Lois Meade Mysteries...

Save the date: Ivy Elizabeth Beasley is ready to share her golden years and plans to wed Roy Vivian Goodman on the fifth of May. A spinster no more, the private...


Burden of Truth

by Terri Nolan

For reporter Birdie Keane, someone else’s worst day can be her best. This time both days belong to her.

When investigative journalist Birdie Keane last saw the love of her life—LAPD cop Matt Whelan—she...


Hiding Gladys

by Lee Mims

Discovering a granite deposit of epic proportions is geologist Cleo Cooper’s dream come true. Not only will she be famous for discovering the easternmost deposit in the United States, she’ll also be rich....


Revenge of the Crafty Corpse

Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mysteries #3

by Lois Winston

Anastasia Pollack’s dead louse of a spouse has left her with more bills than you can shake a crochet hook at, and teaching craft classes at her mother-in-law’s assisted living center seems like a harmless...


The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Other Stories

by Arthur Conan Doyle & Michael A. Cramer

There is one literary detective who stands above all others, whose powers of deduction are known the world over, whose influence can still be felt in today's most modern whodunits. Who is it, you ask? Why, it's...


The Fifth Man

by James Lepore

National bestselling author James LePore’s searing, intense novel SONS AND PRINCES riveted readers with its epic depiction of a man caught between crime and conscience. Reviewers were understandably awed:

“LePore...