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Tropic Moon

by Georges Simenon, Marc Romano & Norman Rush

Newly translated for this edition.

A young Frenchman, Joseph Timar, travels to Gabon carrying a letter of introduction from an influential uncle. He wants work experience; he wants to see the world. But in the...


Dirty Snow

by Georges Simenon, Marc Romano & William T. Vollmann

Nineteen-year-old Frank Friedmaier lives in a country under occupation. Most people struggle to get by; Frank takes it easy in his mother’s whorehouse, which caters to members of the occupying forces. But...


In Hazard

by Richard Hughes & John Crowley

The Archimedes is a modern merchant steamship in tip-top condition, and in the summer of 1929 it has been picking up goods along the eastern seaboard of the United States before making a run to China. A little...


Seduction of the Innocent

by Max Allan Collins & Terry Beatty

It's 1954, and a rabble-rousing social critic has declared war on comic books - especially the scary, gory, bloody sort published by the bad boys of the industry, EF Comics. But on the way to a Senate hearing...


Angel Of Death

by Richard Shaw

When Victoria is called in to investigate the theft of valuable marble statues from a north London cemetery, she soon finds out the lives of the cemetery staff are as tangled as the undergrowth which surrounds...


Squire Throwleigh's Heir

Knights Templar #7

by Michael Jecks

Sir Baldwin is preparing for his marriage when he learns that a guest, Sir Roger, Squire of Throwleigh, has died. Herbert, only five years old, is heir. But his mother unfairly blames him for her husband's death....


Belladonna at Belstone

Knights Templar #8

by Michael Jecks

Lady Elizabeth of Tophsam, Prioress of St. Mary's, is struggling to maintain her community.

Opposition comes from Sister Margherita, treasurer, who has accused her of lascivious disregard. Claiming that money,...


The Traitor of St. Giles

Knights Templar #9

by Michael Jecks

1321 and Tiverton is preparing for the Feast of St Giles. Philip Dyne is in the church of St Peter's, claiming sanctuary for murder. He agrees to abjure the realm, and sets off as a penitent.

Sir Baldwin and...


The Tournament of Blood

Knights Templar #11

by Michael Jecks

Plans to host a tournament in the spring of 1322, gives moneylenders everywhere a golden opportunity. Many knights in Devon are already indebted to Benjamin Dudenay, and when a month before the festivities,...


The Sticklepath Strangler

Knights Templar #12

by Michael Jecks

1322

Two girls find the skeleton of a 10 year old girl, who disappeared 6 years ago.

Baldwin and Simon investigate, and learn that the villagers have been concealing a serial killer. Shocking evidence suggests...


The Devil's Acolyte

Knights Templar #13

by Michael Jecks

There is a legend in Devon regarding the creation of the Abbot's way. A young monk supposedly stole the abbot's wine, and then committed a murder to replenish the stocks and hide his crime. The devil took him...


The Boy-Bishop's Glovemaker

Knights Templar #10

by Michael Jecks

1321 Simon and Baldwin are rewarded for their efforts by a summons to Exeter over the Christmas period to receive gloves from the Boy-Bishop.

However, they learn that Ralph, the glove maker, has been murdered...


Dead Man's Land

by Robert Ryan

Where better to get away with murder than a place where thousands are dying every day?

Deep in the trenches of Flanders Fields, men are dying in their thousands every day. So one more death shouldn't be a surprise....


The Day Is Dark

Thóra Gudmundsdóttir #4

by Yrsa Sigurdardottir

There’s something out there…

 

“Iceland’s answer to Stieg Larsson.”

--Daily Telegraph

“Iceland’s crime queen.”

--The Scotsman

“Engaging, fresh, and exciting.”

--James Patterson

Yrsa Sigurdardóttir...


Crossbones Yard

Alice Quentin #1

by Kate Rhodes

Introducing Alice Quentin, a London psychologist with family baggage, who finds herself at the center of a grisly series of murders

 

Alice Quentin is a psychologist with some painful family secrets, but she...


Bad Blood

Kate Shugak #20

by Dana Stabenow

New York Times bestselling author Dana Stabenow's latest finds Kate Shugak entangled in a bitter tribal rivalry and murder

One hundred years of bad blood between the Alaskan villages of Kushtaka and Kuskulana...


Bella Wallis

by Brian Thompson

Bella Wallis is a glamorous widow with a secret identity: in an office buried deep within the dodgy backstreets of Victorian London, she writes sensationalist novels exposing the scoundrels that litter high...


Town in a Pumpkin Bash

Candy Holliday #4

by B.B. Haywood

In the quaint seaside village of Cape Willington, Maine, Candy Holliday has a mostly idyllic life, tending to the Blueberry Acres farm she runs with her father and occasionally stepping in to solve a murder...


Buried In a Bog

County Cork Mysteries #1

by Sheila Connolly

National bestselling and Agatha Award-nominated author Sheila Connolly introduces a brand-new series set in a small village in County Cork, Ireland, where buried secrets are about to rise to the surface...

Honoring...


One Hot Murder

Victoria Square Mysteries #3

by Lorraine Bartlett

Where there’s smoke…

Katie Bonner, the reluctant manager of Artisans Alley in the quaint shopping district of Victoria Square, is no stranger to ambivalence. Things have been going hot and heavy with pizza...