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The Fatal Frails

by Dan J. Marlowe

The statue was knee-high, but it carried a fortune in gold and gems, plus centuries of fame in the art world. Everyone wanted it, and for some no price was too high-love, money, or murder ... Then Killain barged...


Fall Girl

by Richard Deming

Velda toyed with men. Sometimes she gave them what they wanted - sometimes not. But her games were somewhat limited by her marriage. For every time her husband found out about one of her flings, there were jealous...


Vein of Violence

by William Campbell Gault

Brock 'the Rock' Callahan might just be in over his head. Someone's killed one of the last of Hollywood's grand dames, and Callahan's hired to find out who and why.

The case takes Callahan right into the celluloid...


Death of a Hooker

by Henry Kane

Beverly Crystal had a million-dollar idea and a circle of "friends" who would never force her to hunt around for enemies.

The happy crew included:

Danny the Dance: who waltzed his way through life like a man sliding...


Square in the Middle

by William Campbell Gault

She was sitting at the bar, and I could tell she was the kind of woman a married man shouldn't look at-even once.

But I thought I was safe enough-until the third martini. Then all of a sudden my wife and kids...


Grave Danger

by Frank Kane

ONE-

The redheaded secretary lay crumpled on the office floor, her blouse ripped to the waist. Blood trickled from her mouth.

TWO-

The redheaded divorcee sprawled across the bed, the black silk sheet baring her...


A Real Gone Guy

by Frank Kane

She called herself Denny Lyons ... and she was everything men dreamed of on long, lonely nights ...

She had it all, from the white-gold hair that framed her expensive face to the graceful, slender ankles-and...


Run, Killer, Run

by William Campbell Gault

Ex-bookie Tom Spears, framed for the murder of his wife, breaks out of prison and heads for Mexico and freedom. En route, he learns that the lawyer (and friend) who defended him has been murdered. He also discovers...


Unnatural Habits

Phryne Fisher #19

by Kerry Greenwood

1929: Girls are going missing in Melbourne. Little, pretty golden haired girls. And not just pretty. Three of them are pregnant, poor girls from the harsh confines of the Magdalene Laundry. People are getting...


12 Cases for Max Carrados

by Ernest Bramah

The twelve earliest Max Carrados mystery stories (first published in the UK in 1913) are collected here. One of the "blind detectives" of the golden-age of detective fiction, Carrados was intelligent, resourceful,...


Murder in the Monastery

by Lesley Cookman

The eleventh book in the Libby Sarjeant series of British murder mysteries, which feature a retired actress as the female sleuth, and are based in the picturesque village of Steeple Martin. 


Tales from Two Pockets

by Karel Capek & Norma Comrada

Capek wrote 48 stories that deconstruct the mystery story by breaking one rule here, three rules there, and yet also make for wonderful reading. His unique approaches to the mysteries of justice and truth are...


Death of a Pusher

by Richard Deming

One surprise deserves another.

"Think you'll need any help, Sergeant?" Lieutenant Wynn asked Matt Rudd.

"I don't think so, sir," Rudd said.

"Kuzniki is a dangerous, but he doesn't know I'm here."

"O.K.," Wynn said....


Body for Sale

by Richard Deming

Blackmail, sex and murder!

Tom Cavanaugh never quarreled about the means involved, just so long as the end was worth grabbing for. He was about to get fired when he blackmailed his boss into making him district...


Never Give a Millionaire an Even Break

by Henry Kane

It's nice to be a millionaire.

Money can buy you darn near anything. It can buy you things you're only supposed to get for love. It can buy you the best-looking women-in a city where good-looking women come high....


The House at Sea's End: '

by Elly Griffiths

Forensic archeologist, Dr. Ruth Galloway is back--this time investigating a gruesome WWII crime in this latest installment by Elly Griffiths, the Edgar Award winning author of The Crossing Places


Daughter of Astrea

by E. Phillips Oppenheim

E. Phillips Oppenheim (b. 1866, d. 1946) was a British author who wrote nearly 150 novels during his career. He styled himself as the "prince of storytellers," and is credited with creating the 'rogue male'...


House of Crows: A Brother Athelstan Medieval Mystery 6

by Paul Doherty

1380. As the king's parliament debates whether to grant money supplies to the Regent for his war against the French, John of Gaunt orders Sir John Cranston and Brother Athelstan to investigate the murder of...


By Murder's Bright Light: A Brother Athelstan Medieval Mystery 5

by Paul Doherty

Winter, 1379, and a sea of trouble is besetting England. French privateers attack the southern coast on a path to threaten London itself. In response, an English flotilla of warships, including God's Bright...


Capitol Murder: A Novel

by William Bernhardt

William Bernhardt’s bestselling novels featuring Oklahoma defense attorney Ben Kincaid capture the bare-knuckles reality of high-stakes criminal defense, as lofty ideals of justice clash with power, corruption,...