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Ride or Die

by Solomon Jones

Seventeen-year-old Keisha is the beautiful, sheltered daughter of an activist pastor with a checkered past. Handsome, ambitious Jamal-a street-savvy crack dealer-is the son of North Philly's most notorious drug...


My Lady Judge

Burren Mysteries #1

by Cora Harrison

In the sixteenth century, as it is now, the Burren, on the western seaboard of Ireland, was a land of gray stone forts, fields of rich green grass, and swirling mountain terraces. It was also home to an independent...


The Sting of Justice

Burren Mysteries #3

by Cora Harrison

“Once again, Cora Harrison brings sixteenth-century Ireland beautifully to life and her Brehon detective, Mara, is a fantastic protagonist—an absolute one-off and yet refreshingly real.” —The Historical...


A Secret and Unlawful Killing

Burren Mysteries #2

by Cora Harrison

It is 1509 and, for the people of the Burren in western Ireland, the Michaelmas Fair is a joyous time for trade and celebration, signaling the start of autumn. It’s a chance to gather, buy and sell their...


Of All Sad Words

Sheriff Dan Rhodes #15

by Bill Crider

Strangers are moving into Blacklin County, and none of them is any stranger than Seepy Benton, a math teacher whom the county judge suspects is a wild-eyed radical. Benton and Max Schwartz, who has opened a...


Stone Quarry

Lydia Chin & Bill Smith #6

by S. J. Rozan

Bill Smith's country cabin in upstate New York is far from the city's savage streets--a retreat where a weary P.I. can play Mozart on his upright piano and let nature heal him. But when Eve Colgate, a local...


The Bridge

by Solomon Jones

Sometimes, Philadelphia Police Detective Kevin Lynch feels he has spent his whole life trying to put his past firmly behind him. But a frantic call for help from a childhood friend whose child has gone missing...


Spies

Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize 2002, Whitbread Book Award for Novel 2002

by Michael Frayn

From the bestselling author of Headlong, a mesmerizing novel about secrecy, imagination, and a child's game turned deadly earnest

The sudden trace of a disturbing, forgotten aroma compels Stephen Wheatley to...


Authorized Personnel Only

by Barbara D'Amato

For Chicago cop Suze Figueroa, home is a sanctuary, a quiet refuge from the crime, corruption, and tragedy she encounters everyday on the job. The creaky old Victorian house she shares with her little boy, her...


The Irish Village Murder

Torrey Tunet #4

by Dicey Deere

When American translator and sometime sleuth Torrey Tunet returns home to the Irish village of Ballynagh, she wants nothing more than to relax in front of a peat fire in her cottage. But when she finds an eight-year-old...


A Really Cute Corpse

Claire Malloy #4

by Joan Hess

When Claire Malloy's best friend Luanne Bradshaw goes down with a badly sprained ankle, someone must fill in her shoes as Thurberfest beauty Pageant coordinator and usher a bevy of aspiring beauty queen through...


Tequila Blue

by Rolo Diez & Nick Caistor

A savagely funny, sexy crime adventure that is a biting satire on life in Mexico City.


Fault Line

Em Hansen #8

by Sarah Andrews

In Fault Line, Sarah Andrews' seventh absorbing mystery, forensic geologist Emily Hansen finds herself in a heavenly situation-for a geologist, anyway. Here, Salt Lake City, on the verge of hosting the Olympics,...


Powdered Peril

Donut Shop Mysteries #8

by Jessica Beck

Powdered Peril

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It’s hard to keep a secret in April Springs—especially when it involves a no-good cheater like Peter Morgan. Donut shop owner Suzanne Hart has tried to be civil with the guy,...


Bunny Lake is Missing

by Evelyn Piper

This 1957 Hitchcock-like thriller about a lost child and a mother depicted as mad is..."a super psychological story of terror and suspense." -- St. Louis Post-Dispatch


Help Me Please

by Barbara D'Amato

An hour and a half after three-year-old Danielle Gaston is kidnapped from the Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago, a new web site pops up on the Wold Wide Web--featuring Danielle Gaston. She's isolated in a room...


Beluga

by Rick Gavin

A few months ago in Ranchero, Rick Gavin’s much-acclaimed Delta noir novel, Nick Reid and his compadre Desmond liberated some money from a nasty meth dealer, and now they need to launder it. After lending...


A Death in Valencia

Chief Inspector Max Cámara #2

by Jason Webster

A Death in Valencia is the electrifying second Max Cámara Valencian crime novel from Jason Webster, author of Or the Bull Kills You.                                             ...


The Lincoln Letter

Peter Fallon #5

by William Martin

Treasure hunters Peter Fallon and Evangeline Carrington are heading for adventure in Washington D.C., the sleek, modern, power-hungry capital of America...and the crowded, muddy, intrigue-filled nexus of the...


Buried in Clay

by Priscilla Masters

1787. A man hastily puts the finishing touches to his final piece of work: a beautifully shaped jug adorned with grotesque images which, he hopes, will carry his message on after his death. For he knows he is...