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Équinoxe

by Benjamin Van-Hyfte

Charleston, fin des années trente.

Le cadavre d’une jeune femme est découvert à marée basse, à l’intérieur d’un récif. A peine a-t-on prévenu les autorités que la mer remonte, et la dépouille...


Agnès Sorel

by Mary Play-Parlange

1420 : le royaume de France ploie sous le joug anglais. Dans la campagne picarde dévastée par la guerre, Colombe de Maignelay pousse son premier cri.

Agnès Sorel voit le jour deux ans plus tard, commence alors...


The Murder of Willie Lincoln

by Burt Solomon

The Murder of Willie Lincoln is an exciting historical fiction debut by award-winning political journalist and Washington insider Burt Solomon.

Washington City, 1862: The United States lies in tatters, and there...


A Date with the Executioner

by Edward Marston

1817. Dawn breaks on a summer’s day in Chalk Farm, London, and the scene is set for a duel between a lady’s ardent admirers. Paul Skillen has been teaching Mark Bowerman how to shoot properly, and although...


The King's Spies

by Simon Beaufort

A Sir Geoffrey Mappestone mystery. March 1102

March 1102, and Robert de Belleme, the Black Earl of Shrewsbury, is summoned to appear before King Henry's Easter Court, to answer for siding with the King's older...


Racing the Devil

Inspector Ian Rutledge #19

by Charles Todd

Scotland Yard’s Ian Rutledge finds himself caught in a twisted web of vengeance, old grievances, and secrets that lead back to World War I in the nineteenth installment of the acclaimed bestselling series....


Infernal Devices

by K.W. Jeter

The classic Steampunk novel from the creator of the term itself – thirty years ago this month.

When George Dower’s father died, he left George his watchmaker’s shop – and more. But George has little talent...


Wine of Violence

by Priscilla Royal

It is late summer in the year 1270 and England is as weary as its aging king, Henry III. Although the Simon de Montfort rebellion is over, the smell of death still hangs like smoke over the land. Even in the...


Disquiet Heart: A Novel

by Randall Silvis

Pittsburgh, 1847: A cholera epidemic rages, and young women are disappearing...

Augie Dubbins, a former street urchin now grown up and looking for adventure, rushes to be with his old friend Edgar Allan Poe upon...


On Night's Shore: A Novel

by Randall Silvis

Step into the dark alleys of 1840 New York City...

Standing on the grimy banks of the Hudson River, street urchin Augie Dubbins spots a young woman toss her baby into the water, then jump in herself. As the only...


Mission Impawsible

by Krista Davis

From the New York Times bestselling author of Murder Most Howl comes the fourth Paws & Claws mystery...

 

In the pet-friendly town of Wagtail, Virginia, there’s no love lost when Holly Miller meets her match...


The Green Mill Murder

by Kerry Greenwood

Phryne Fisher is doing one of her favorite things -dancing at the Green Mill (Melbourne's premier dance hall) to the music of Tintagel Stone's Jazzmakers, the band who taught St Vitus how to dance. And she's...


The Proud Sinner

by Priscilla Royal

In the winter of 1282, snow and ice ravage East Anglia while Prioress Eleanor awaits the decision of her young maid, Gracia, found starving on the streets some years ago, whether to take vows or to leave Tyndal...


Block 46

by Johana Gustawsson & Maxim Jakubowski

Falkenberg, Sweden. The mutilated body of talented young jewellery designer, Linnea Blix, is found in a snow-swept marina. Hampstead Heath, London. The body of a young boy is discovered with similar wounds...


A Date with the Executioner

by Edward Marston

1817. Dawn breaks on a summer's day in Chalk Farm, London, and the scene is set for a duel between a lady's ardent admirers. Paul Skillen has been teaching Mark Bowerman how to shoot properly, and although he...


Singapore Red

by William L. Gibson

Singapore/Malaya, 1890s: A cholera epidemic breaks out in Singapore's congested Chinatown, and Detective Inspector Hawksworth finds himself embroiled in a case that threatens to spill over into regional warfare....


Elementary Murder

by Aj Wright

1894, Wigan. Miss Dorothea Gadsworth is interviewed for a teaching vacancy at George Street Elementary, but is ultimately dismissed as a candidate. The following Monday morning, her body is discovered in a locked...


Puritan

by David Hingley

Following adventures she would sooner forget in the newly renamed New York, Mercia Blakewood is hopeful that she has gained the necessary leverage with the king to reclaim her and her son's home back in England....


The Executioner of St Paul's: The Twelfth Thomas Chaloner Adventure

by Susanna Gregory

The plague raging through London in 1665 has emptied the city. The only people left are those too poor to flee, or those who selflessly struggle to control the contagion and safeguard the capital's future.

Amongst...


Gibbous House

by Ewan Lawrie

Moffat is an indiscriminate killer and verbose criminal thriving in the underbelly of 19th-century London. When he unexpectedly inherits Gibbous House, an expansive estate in Northumbria, he heads north on a...