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Closer Still

Brodie Farrell #8

by Jo Bannister

“Bannister is one of the undersung treasures of the mystery genre.” ---Chicago Tribune

Although she has been trying to put her work, running a one-woman detective agency, on hold while she cares for her...


A Safe Place for Dying

Dek Ekstrom #1

by Jack Fredrickson

An extortion letter arrives at Crystal Waters, one of Chicago's wealthiest gated communities. It makes no specific threats, gives no instructions, demands only that $50,000 be gotten ready---chump change for...


A Hard Ticket Home

Rushmore McKenzie #1

by David Housewright

Ex-St. Paul cop Rushmore McKenzie has more time, and more money, than he knows what to do with. In fact, when he's willing to admit it to himself (and he usually isn't), Mac is downright bored. Until he decides...


The Angel and the Jabberwocky Murders

Augusta Goodnight #7

by Mignon F. Ballard

Augusta Goodnight, heavenly sleuth and guardian angel, is a welcome boarder with longtime resident Lucy Nan Pilgrim in the seemingly tranquil town of Stone’s Throw, South Carolina. And Augusta’s divine intervention...


The Red Velvet Turnshoe

Abbess of Meaux #2

by Cassandra Clark

In the midst of a long, bleak winter in the year 1383, flooding brought famine, famine brought disease, and The Black Death visited town after town.

Into this watery world, against a background of plague and...


Gallows Lane

Inspector Devlin #2

by Brian McGilloway

The heart-stopping follow-up to Brian McGilloway’s thrilling debut, Gallows Lane continues the compelling series that captures modern Ireland and showcases a striking new voice in crime writing.

In his critically...


Blood Sinister

Bill Slider #8

by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

In her most gripping mystery yet, Cynthia Harrod-Eagles returns readers to the streets of London and the ever-struggling Detective Inspector Bill Slider. When the body of Phoebe Agnew, radical left-wing journalist,...


A Restless Evil

Mitchell & Markby #14

by Ann Granger

The officer on duty at Bamford police station is skeptical when he takes a call from Guy Morgan. Morgan claims to have stumbled upon human bones in Stovey Woods in the heart of the Cotswalds, but surely animal...


Past Tense

Brady Coyne #18

by William G. Tapply

Brady Coyne is a middle-aged Boston attorney with a small, select clientele - one that leaves him sufficient time to pursue a personal life. That personal life currently focuses on Evie Banyon, a hospital administrator...


Thread of Evidence

Chief Inspector Neil Paget #4

by Frank Smith

In Frank Smith's police procedural Thread of Evidence, Shropshire Detective Chief Inspector Neil Paget leads an investigation into the brutal murder of a leading real estate developer. Discovered stabbed to...


Killer Cocktail

Molly Forrester #2

by Sheryl J. Anderson

Advice columnist Molly Forrester needs a much-needed break from her job at Zeitgeist, a Manhattan glossy. The opportunity for some R-n-R arrives when her best friends, Tricia and Cassady, invite her to the Hamptons...


Faces in the Pool

Lovejoy #24

by Jonathan Gash

In Jonathan Gash’s 24th Lovejoy Mystery, Faces in the Pool, Lovejoy is released from jail on condition he join the elegant Laura Moon’s speed-dating agency. A divorced millionairess, she proposes a temporary...


The Blood Detective

Nigel Barnes #1

by Dan Waddell

When the naked, mutilated body of a man is found in a Notting Hill graveyard and the police investigation led by Detective Chief Inspector Grant Foster and his colleague Detective Superintendent Heather Jenkins...


The Cold Truth

Julian Palmer #1

by Jonathan Stone

Female NYPD trainee Julian Palmer has come to a frigid corner of Upstate New York to work alongside legendary police chief Winston "Bear" Edwards-to help solve the brutal murder of a young waitress, and perhaps...


The Fiend in Human

by John MacLachlan Gray

It's 1852, and the ranks of the London poor have doubled. In the swollen shadow of the great St. Giles Rookery, fallen women attract the perfumed dandies of the West End into a vicious circle of venality, vanity,...


Third Person Singular

Mars Bahr #1

by Kj Erickson

Set against the black backdrop of a ruthless Minnesota winter, KJ Erickson's debut novel is bursting with masterfully plotted suspense and intricately rendered characters.

Prickly but gifted Minneapolis Special...


Bayou Moon

by C.L. Bevill & C. L. Bevill

Old secrets are rising up to haunt the inhabitants of Louisiana's small, rustic St. Germaine Parish, where no one is quite who they seem, and restless spirits are rumored to roam the woods and the antebellum...


Borderlands

Inspector Devlin #1

by Brian McGilloway

The snow ceased as the assistant state pathologist arrived, black medical bag in hand. I stood by the river as she worked, and watched the sun exploding low over the horizon.

          From the New...


The Gripping Beast

by Margot Wadley

In Northern Scotland The Gripping Beast introduces readers to a land full of ancient history and modern day intrigue. Orkney Island was first inhabited by the Picts and then the Vikings and the residents now...


Buttons and Foes

Mandy Dyer #6

by Dolores Johnson

Valued customer and old friend Thelma Chatwick is dead, and intrepid Denver dry cleaner Mandy Dyer is called upon to brush up her sleuthing skills and tidy up the investigation's loose ends. Why did Thelma insist...