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Terry Mack #1: Three Gun Terry

by Carroll John Daly

"Better stay out of this… It will mean death for you—sure,” grunts a ruthless thug. But Three Gun Terry is not one to back down from a fight, especially when the life of a beautiful, young dame is at stake....

Terry Mack #2: Action! Action!

by Carroll John Daly

A chance meeting in the night brings together New York City’s roughest private eye Three Gun Terry and runt-of-a-millionaire John Rogo. Over a cup of coffee, Rogo relays a tale to Terry that is all too familiar,...

Drums of Dambala

by H. Bedford-Jones

As Paul O’Donnell stood by the rail of the ship that had brought him to Haiti, the tiny rowboat putting him out from the shore was already carrying the first hints of the danger and tragedy lying in wait for...

The Complete Adventures of the Domino Lady

by Lars Anderson & Tom Johnson

“Compliments of the Domino Lady!” In order to avenger the murder of his father, socialite Ellen Patrick donned a domino mask and evening dress and packed a .45. Running for six rare stories in mid-1930s...

Hush Hush: The most gripping crime thriller of 2018

by Mel Sherratt

‘Fans of MARTINA COLE will love this’ Katerina Diamond

A gripping new series from million-copy bestseller Mel Sherratt.

‘I love all Mel Sherratt’s books’ IAN RANKIN

‘Twists and turns and delivers...


by R.C. Bridgestock

The second in the D.I. Dylan series, set in Yorkshire and written by the husband and wife team who are the storyline consultants to TV's Happy Valley and Scott & Bailey.

Detective Inspector Jack Dylan has two...

The Sheriff of Tonto Town: The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry, Volume 2

by W.C. Tuttle

Once voted Adventure magazine's most popular author, W.C. Tuttle introduced the world to one of his longest-running—and most popular—series characters, Henry Harrison Conroy, in the pages of Argosy. Collected...

The Golden Cat: The Adventures of Peter the Brazen, Volume 3

by Loring Brent & George F. Worts

Peter the Brazen is back! In this next story in the series, Jonathan Driggs, journeying in search of his love, Gloria Dale, has learned that she was become the mistress of Fong-Chi-Ah, fiend of all Asia. At...

The Ruby of Suratan Singh: The Adventures of Scarlet and Bradshaw, Volume 2

by Theodore Roscoe

Best remembered as the author of Thibaut Corday and his French Foreign Legion yarns, author Theodore Roscoe wrote another, little-known, long-running series: the adventures of curio hunter Peter Scarlet and...

The Vengeance of the Wah Fu Tong: The Complete Cases of Jigger Masters, Volume 1

by Anthony M. Rud

Though author Anthony M. Rud made his mark as one of the scribes to appear in the first issue of Weird Tales, and soon after, as a long-time editor of the prestigious Adventure Magazine, he never forgot his...

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Illustrated)

by Robert Louis Stevenson

"The Strange Case of Dr.Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" is a story by the Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson. The story tells the intricate and macabre story of a notary Londoner (Mr. Utterson), forced to investigate...

Murder at the Mill

An Iris Grey Mystery #1

by M. B. Shaw

"Murder at the Mill by M. B. Shaw is a great sweeping adventure. Ideal for holiday reading." —M. C. Beaton, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author

"a rich, mystery debut" Kirkus Starred Review


Hearts of the Missing

by Carol Potenza

Beautifully written with a riveting plot and a richly drawn, diverse cast of characters, Hearts of the Missing is the mesmerizing debut from 2017 Tony Hillerman Prize recipient Carol Potenza.

When a young woman...

Hong Kong Noir

by Jason Y. Ng & Susan Blumberg-Kason

  • Includes brand-new stories by: Jason Y. Ng, Xu Xi, Marshall Moore, Brittani Sonnenberg, Tiffany Hawk, James Tam, Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang, Christina Liang, Feng Chi-shun, Charles Philipp Martin, Shannon Young,...

  • The Opposing Venus: The Complete Cabalistic Cases of Semi Dual, the Occult Detector

    by J.U. Giesy & Junius B. Smith

    Semi Dual returns in another suspenseful mystery which only his occult skills can resolve. Dorien, a wealthy man about town, is shot and wounded in his apartment in the course of what Inspector Johnson suspects...

    The Exploits of Beau Quicksilver

    by Florence M. Pettee

    Scourge of the underworld, “that damned dude dick”—Beau Quicksilver was an enigmatical crime-chaser—a mercurial master. A predecessor to Philo Vance, this detective solved seven separate cases in the...

    The Darkness at Windon Manor

    by Max Brand & William F. Nolan

    Something natural—or supernatural—enters the soul of Andrew Creel, a commonplace young man, and drives him into a swift game where death is a probability on the one side and love only a possibility on the...

    The Cornish Coast Murder

    by John Bude

    Never, even in his most optimistic moments, had he visualised a scene of this nature—himself in one arm-chair, a police officer in another, and between them . . . a mystery.” So thinks the Reverend Dodd—vicar...

    The Lake District Murder

    by John Bude

    The Lake District Murder opens with the discovery of a faceless body in an isolated garage, then follows Inspector Meredith through a complex investigation where every clue seems to lead only to another puzzle....

    Tenant for Death

    by Cyril Hare

    An Inspector Mallett mystery - Daylesford Gardens, South Kensington, is an unlikely address for the discovery of death by strangulation. Even more unusual is that the house does not belong to the deceased financier....