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Ryder: American Treasure: An Ayesha Ryder Novel

by Nick Pengelley

Fast-paced, edgy, and action-packed, the perfect read for anyone who loves the novels of Steve Berry or James Rollins, Ryder: American Treasure marks the return of Ayesha Ryder, a woman digging into history’s...


The Legend

by Melissa Delport

A new adversary has been revealed. His actions are the ultimate betrayal. He must be destroyed, whatever the cost. “It has been almost a month since Kwan and Reed rescued me from certain death at the hands...


Dark Briggate Blues: A Dan Markham Mystery

by Chris Nickson

Leeds, 1954: When enquiry agent Dan Markham takes on a case for Joanna Hart, she simply wants to know if her husband Freddie is being unfaithful. But when Freddie Hart is killed, Markham suspects someone has...


The Girl on the Train: A Novel

by Paula Hawkins

Instant #1 New York Times Bestseller

The Girl on the Train has more fun with unreliable narration than any chiller since Gone Girl. . . . [It] is liable to draw a large, bedazzled readership.”—The New...


City of Liars and Thieves: A Novel

by Eve Karlin

A crime that rocked a city. A case that stunned a nation. Based on the United States’ first recorded murder trial, Eve Karlin’s spellbinding debut novel re-creates early nineteenth-century New York City,...


Near Enemy: A Spademan Novel

Spademan #2

by Adam Sternbergh

The Taut, Unflinching New Thriller from Adam Sternbergh, Author of the Critically-Acclaimed Shovel Ready

 

New York is toxic—decimated by a dirty bomb years ago.  The limnosphere is a virtual safe haven—if...


Days of the Giants

by RJ Petrella

Set in the politically tumultuous Boston medical world of the early 1990s, Days of the Giants follows intern Slater Barnes through a conflict between Boston City Hospital staff and corrupt municipal officials....


The Honest Folk of Guadeloupe

by Timothy Williams

April 1990: French-Algerian judge Anne Marie Laveaud has been living and working in the French Caribbean département of Guadeloupe for more than a decade, but her days are still full of surprises. She is only...


The Unquiet Dead

by Ausma Zehanat Khan

Despite their many differences, Detective Rachel Getty trusts her boss, Esa Khattak, implicitly. But she’s still uneasy at Khattak’s tight-lipped secrecy when he asks her to look into Christopher Drayton’s...


Done in One

by Grant Jerkins & Jan Thomas

One bullet equals one kill.

For SWAT sniper Jake Denton, the bullet casings he saves as grim reminders of his "kills" are beginning to add up. His wife, his department-ordered psychiatrist, and even Jake himself...


An Appetite for Violets

by Martine Bailey

“That’s how it is for us servants. No one pays you much heed; mostly you're invisible as furniture. Yet you overhear a conversation here, and add a little gossip there. Then you find something, something...


The West End Horror: A Posthumous Memoir of John H. Watson, M.D.

by Nicholas Meyer

"As authentically, irresistibly gripping as anything Conan Doyle ever wrote. . . . Don't miss it."—Cosmopolitan March 1895. London. A month of strange happenings in the West End. First there is the bizarre...


The Lost Treasures of R&B

by Nelson George

D Hunter, bodyguard-turned-PI, is back, investigating a murder that lures him into the heart of rhythm-and-blues history.


The Canary Trainer: From the Memoirs of John H. Watson, M.D.

by Nicholas Meyer

"Holmes enthusiasts will again find a story that is true to their hero. . . .Readers who just enjoy a good mystery thriller will appreciate the terse narrative and fast moving action.” —Lawrence J. Goodrich,...


Empty Pockets: New and Selected Stories

by Dale Herd

Easy Rider short fiction—gritty, unsparing snapshots of just getting by in barrooms and diners on the margins of 1970s America.


Varied Traits

by Patrick Brown

After breaking up with his girlfriend and losing his father, Salem Reid leaves college after his freshman year at Georgia Southern and joins the Army. He does two tours of duty in Iraq, and then stays in the...


The Cheapside Corpse

Thomas Chaloner #10

by Susanna Gregory

London in the spring of 1665 is a city full of fear. There is plague in the stews of St Giles, the Dutch fleet is preparing to invade, and a banking crisis threatens to leave Charles II's government with no...


Bred to Kill: A Thriller

by Franck Thilliez & Mark Polizzotti

 “Crichton fuses with 'True Detective’ in a hammering hard-science thriller where the heart of darkness lies not in the soul, but in the genes. Thilliez engineers a winner.” —Scott Sigler, New York...


The Carrier

Spilling CID #8

by Sophie Hannah

The latest in Sophie Hannah’s internationally bestselling Zailer & Waterhouse series, named by The Sunday Times as one of the 50 Best Thrillers of the Last Five Years

When Gaby’s plane is delayed, she’s...


Death Comes to the Ballets Russes

by David Dickinson

London, 1912, and the famed Ballet Russes have come to London to perform. Anticipation is high, for Diaghilev's troupe is renowned throughout Europe.

At the end of their famed performance of Thamar at the Royal...