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Literally Murder

Black Cat Bookshop Mystery #4

by Ali Brandon

From her Brooklyn bookstore, Darla Pettistone not only sells mysteries, but solves them, aided by her big-boned black cat, Hamlet-who has suddenly pounced into the spotlight after unleashing his fists of furry......


Murder on the Ile Sordou: A Verlaque and Bonnet Provençal Mystery

Verlaque and Bonnet #4

by M. L. Longworth

The fourth book in the series finds Verlaque and Bonnet on vacation on a remote island in the glittering Mediterranean

Like Donna Leon and Andrea Camilleri, M. L. Longworth's books enchant mystery lovers with...


Stirring the Plot

Cookbook Nook Mysteries #3

by Daryl Wood Gerber

Halloween in Crystal Cove, California, is a big deal, involving a spooky soiree where the Winsome Witches, a fund-raising group, gather to open up their purse strings and trade superstitions. But party magicians,...


Proof Positive

Joe Gunther #25

by Archer Mayor

Ben Kendall was a troubled man. Coming back from Vietnam with PTSD and scars that no one else could see, he hid away from the world, filling his house with an ever-increasing amount of stuff, until finally,...


The Perfect Witness

by Iris Johansen

She had the perfect life.

She had the perfect cover.

She was the perfect witness.

Until they found her.

When Teresa Casali was young she discovered she had a strange gift:  the ability to read people’s memories. ...


Mean Business on North Ganson Street

by S. Craig Zahler

A distraught businessman kills himself after a short, impolite conversation with a detective named Jules Bettinger. Because of this incident, the unkind (but decorated) policeman is forced to relocate himself...


The Haunting Ballad

by Michael Nethercott

The Seance Society introduced mystery lovers to Mr. O’Nelligan and Lee Plunkett, an unlikely pair of sleuths on an equally unlikely case with a supernatural twist.  Having taken over his father's PI business,...


Not a Chance in Helen

River Road #3

by Susan Mcbride

In the third River Road Mystery from USA Today bestselling author Susan McBride, Helen Evans knows her friend is not guilty of murder … she just has to prove it!

When 80-year-old Eleanora Duncan is found dead...


Rose Gold

Easy Rawlins #13

by Walter Mosley

Rose Gold is two colors, one woman, and a big headache.

In this new mystery set in the Patty Hearst era of radical black nationalism and political abductions, a black ex-boxer self-named Uhuru Nolica, the leader...


Wouldn't It Be Deadly

Eliza Doolittle & Henry Higgins Mysteries #1

by D. E. Ireland

Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins make an incomparable pair of sleuths in the start of a delightful new series

Following her successful appearance at an Embassy Ball—where Eliza Doolittle won Professor Henry...


Murder at the National Cathedral: A Capital Crimes Novel

Capital Crimes #10

by Margaret Truman

"One of her most enjoyable books."

ASSOCIATED PRESS

The brutal murder of a friend drags Mac Smith and Annabel Reed from their newlywed bliss into an unholy web of intrigue and danger. When a second murder is commited...


Murder at the Pentagon: A Capital Crimes Novel

Capital Crimes #11

by Margaret Truman

"Margaret Truman has become a first-rate mystery writer."

LOS ANGELES TIMES BOOK REVIEW

When a genius doctor is murdered and a desert madman gains the means to kill millions, Major Margit Falk, a helicopter pilot...


Murder at the National Gallery: A Capital Crimes Novel

Capital Crimes #13

by Margaret Truman

Continuing her success in Capital Crimes, the bestselling author of First Ladies takes readers behind the exhibits at one of D.C.'s most popular attractions. When a senior curator at the National Gallery discovers...


Murder at the Watergate: A Capital Crimes Novel

Capital Crimes #15

by Margaret Truman

The Watergate in Washington, D.C., is one of the world's most famous addresses--          although not everyone knows exactly what it is. This imposing, fabulous complex is made up of a hotel, residences,...


Beyond the Pale Motel

by Francesca Lia Block

Maternal, sexy Catt and her beautiful, daring best friend Bree are hairdressers at an L.A. salon called Head Hunter, and work out at a gym called Body Farm. They have over a decade of sobriety behind them and...


Hardcase

Joe Kurtz #1

by Dan Simmons

Once Joe Kurtz needed revenge--and revenge cost him eleven years in Attica prison. Now Kurtz needs a job, and the price is going to be higher. Out of prison, out of touch, Kurtz signs on with the Byron Farino,...


Queen Bee Goes Home Again

by Haywood Smith

In Queen Bee Goes Home Again by bestselling author Haywood Smith, it's been ten years since Linwood Scott had to move back home to Mimosa Branch, Georgia the first time.  Now, with her work in real estate...


The Blood of an Englishman

Agatha Raisin #25

by M. C. Beaton

"Fee, fie, fo, fum. I smell the blood of an Englishman..."Even though Agatha Raisin loathes amateur dramatics, her friend Mrs. Bloxby, the vicar’s wife, has persuaded her to support the local pantomime....


Robert B. Parker's Blind Spot

Jesse Stone #13

by Reed Farrel Coleman

"Coleman keeps the characters and the somber atmosphere but makes the book his own stylistically." --Booklist

Police Chief Jesse Stone is back in the remarkable new installment of the New York Times-bestselling...


Perfidia: A novel

by James Ellroy

It is December 6, 1941. America stands at the brink of World War II. Last hopes for peace are shattered when Japanese squadrons bomb Pearl Harbor. Los Angeles has been a haven for loyal Japanese-Americans—but...