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False Memory

by Dean Koontz

BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Dean Koontz's The City.

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

 

No fan of Dean Koontz or of psychological suspense will want to miss this extraordinary novel of the human mind’s...


Twilight

The Twilight Saga #1

by Stephenie Meyer

Isabella Swan's move to Forks, a small, perpetually rainy town in Washington, could have been the most boring move she ever made. But once she meets the mysterious and alluring Edward Cullen, Isabella's life...


The Tin Roof Blowdown

Dave Robicheaux #16

by James Lee Burke

HURRICANE KATRINA HAS REDUCED the Big Easy to the level of a medieval society. Now, with looters descending and violence erupting in the streets, Iberia Parish Sheriff's Detective Dave Robicheaux combs the apocalyptic...


A Fragment of Fear: A Novel

by John Bingham

FROM THE INTRODUCTION BY JOHN LE CARRÉ

"This novel comprises some of the best work of an extremely gifted and perhaps under-regarded British crime novelist.... What gave John Bingham his magic was something...


The Well at the World's End

by William Morris

Credited with inspiring such fantasy luminaries as C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, William Morris' The Well at the World's End follows the travels of a prince, Ralph of Upmeads, who undertakes a journey to find...


Tales of Hearsay

by Joseph Conrad

Although English was not his native tongue, Polish-born Joseph Conrad honed his language skills over his lifetime and would eventually become enshrined as one of the masters of English literature. As a sailor,...


Falk: A Reminiscence

by Joseph Conrad

Now enshrined among the most important writers of fiction in the Western literary canon, Joseph Conrad's stories often deal with the themes of the sea and nautical travel. In "Falk: A Reminiscence," Conrad amplifies...


The Ever-Running Man

Sharon McCone #24

by Marcia Muller

Sharon McCone is hired by her husband's security firm to track down "the ever-running man," a shadowy figure who has been leaving explosive devices at their various offices. She doesn't have to search for long....


Winter's Bone: A Novel

by Daniel Woodrell

Ree Dolly's father has skipped bail on charges that he ran a crystal meth lab, and the Dollys will lose their house if he doesn't show up for his next court date. With two young brothers depending on her, 16-year-old...


Gone with the Wind

Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 1937

by Margaret Mitchell & Pat Conroy

Since its original publication in 1936, Gone With the Wind—winner of the Pulitzer Prize and one of the bestselling novels of all time—has been heralded by readers everywhere as The Great American Novel.

Widely...


The Hellfire Conspiracy

Barker & Llewelyn #4

by Will Thomas

In the latest adventure in what is "fast becoming one of the genre's best historical-mystery series" (Booklist), roughhewn private enquiry agent Cyrus Barker and his assistant Thomas Llewelyn must track down...


Pepperfish Keys

Detective Barrett Raines #4

by Darryl Wimberley

There is a Florida that has nothing to do with Disney World. Nothing to do with palm trees or Holiday Inns. Tourists are neither courted nor coddled in this Florida, and you can go a hundred miles and never...


Shriek: An Afterword

by Jeff Vandermeer

An epic yet personal look at several decades of life, love, and death in the imaginary city of Ambergris--previously chronicled in Jeff VanderMeer's acclaimed City of Saints & Madmen--Shriek: An Afterword relates...


Savages

Nameless Detective #32

by Bill Pronzini

The police said it was an accident, the dead woman's sister said it was murder... and that she knew who did it.  Nameless isn't certain, but the more he learns about Nancy Mathias's life, the more inclined...


A Spy by Nature

Alec Milius #1

by Charles Cumming

This is what they told me a long time ago.

Only make contact in the event of an emergency.

Only telephone if you believe that your position has been fatally compromised.

Under no circumstances are you to approach...


Evil, Inc.

by Glenn Kaplan

Ken Olson thought he had it all—a loving wife, a beautiful baby, and a career on the fast track. But soon after his big promotion, his whole world is shattered by a monstrous crime. A crime committed by the...


Category 7

by Bill Evans & Marianna Jameson

A Category 4 hurricane, with winds of up to 155 miles per hour, tears roofs off buildings, smashes windows and doors, and can send floodwaters up to the second floor.  Evacuation is suggested for up to six...


Territory

by Emma Bull

Wyatt Earp. Doc Holliday. Ike Clanton.

 

You think you know the story. You don't.

 

Tombstone, Arizona in 1881 is the site of one of the richest mineral strikes in American history, where veins of silver run like...


A Widow's Curse

Fever Devilin #4

by Phillip Depoy

Fever Devilin, a folklorist by inclination and training, was born and raised amongst the hill-country folk of the Georgia Appalachians and it was there that he returned once he decided to leave academia.  And...


The Space Opera Renaissance

by Kathryn Cramer & David G. Hartwell

"Space opera", once a derisive term for cheap pulp adventure, has come to mean something more in modern SF: compelling adventure stories told against a broad canvas, and written to the highest level of skill....