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Wild Turkey

by Michael Hemmingson

Phil Landsdale has problems. He's out of a job, heis son's a pyromaniac, and his wife is running out of excuses as to why she comes home from work every night six hours late.

In his newly appointed house-husband...


Proof Positive

by Philip Singerman

When his long-lost love and new bride Clara was brutally murdered in an Austrian mountain chateau while they were on their honeymoon, super-sleuth and undercover operative Roland Troy quits chasing criminals...


Shooting Script

by Elsa Klensch

Fresh from solving the murder of a fashion magnate’s wife in Live at 10:00, Dead at 10:15, TV newsmagazine producer Sonya Iverson returns in Shooting Script, another luxurious thriller from Elsa Klensch.

Once...


Little Black Dress

by Loren D. Estleman

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A HIT MAN MEETS HIS NEW MOTHER-IN-LAW?

Multiple Shamus Award winner Loren D. Estleman is "a superb stylist as well as a deft storyteller [who] paints his people and his city with acerbic wit...


Daisies in the Junkyard

by Michael Enright

From a priest who was in the trenches comes the heart-wrenching story of two kids on the mean streets of Chicago's South Side

South Chicago gives you lots of reasons to join a gang. Like, if you say no, they...


Not Quite Kosher

Abe Lieberman #7

by Stuart M. Kaminsky

An Abe Lieberman mystery

Abe Lieberman is a strong, sympathetic character, an Everyman whose love for his family is only matched by his quiet, zealous commitment to justice. "A figure out of Talmudic lore-endearing,...


The Man Who Fought Alone

The Man Who #4

by Stephen R. Donaldson

In a sprawling new novel, Stephen R. Donaldson tells a tale of a hero's dark night of the soul.

Mick Axbrewder has enough problems to kill any ten lesser men. He's a recovering alcoholic. He's also healing-painfully...


The Man Who Risked His Partner

The Man Who #2

by Stephen R. Donaldson

Stephen R. Donaldson is one of America's acclaimed storytellers. But in the 1980s, he published three novels about private investigators Mick Axbrewder and Ginny Fistoulari, as paperback originals under the...


Tracking Bear

Ella Clah #8

by Aimee Thurlo & David Thurlo

A group of businessmen is working to open a uranium mine and nuclear power plant on the Navajo Reservation. The NEED project will provide cheap power to the Navajo nation, employ many who are out of work, and...


Midnight Pass

Lew Fonesca #3

by Stuart M. Kaminsky

Lew Fonesca is a guy just trying to get along. When his wife died in a senseless auto wreck, he got up and left his old life--and when his car gave out in sunny Sarasota, Florida, he stayed. He takes small process-serving...


The Shanghai Tunnel

by Sharan Newman

Portland, 1868. It is a rough hewn place, an exploding trading post that has dreams of becoming a metropolis. 

Horace Stratton, one of Portland's wealthiest heirs, has decided to come home for good after...


The Second Glass of Absinthe

by Michelle Black

In the American West of 1880, Leadville, Colorado, is the wealthiest mining district on earth and by far its richest mine is the Eye Dazzler.

When Lucinda Ridenour, the notorious widow-heiress to the Dazzler,...


The World's Finest Mystery and Crime Stories: 4

by Ed Gorman & Martin H. Greenberg

More than 200,000 words of the best mystery and suspense fiction from around the world

The world's Finest Mystery and Crime Stories

Each year, editors Ed Gorman and Martin H. Greenberg cast their net far and wide,...


Foolproof

by Barbara D'Amato, Jeanne M. Dams & Mark Richard Zubro

The morning of 9/11 Brenda Grant and Daniel Henderson met for coffee before going to their software firm in the World Trade Center.  That casual act saved them from the Twin Towers' collapse, even as their...


Blood Retribution

Lee Nez #2

by Aimee Thurlo & David Thurlo

Lee Nez is a nightwalker-a Navajo vampire-and a New Mexico state police officer. Investigating cop-killing smugglers who are bringing in jewels and silver from Mexico, Lee is teamed once again with sexy FBI...


The Damage Done

Lily Moore #1

by Hilary Davidson

The Damage Done by Hilary Davidson won the Anthony Award for Best First Novel.

Lily Moore, a successful travel writer, fled to Spain to get away from her troubled, drug-addicted younger sister, Claudia.  But...


Fever

Nameless Detective #33

by Bill Pronzini

Nameless had told Mitchell Krochek that he’d do whatever he could to find his missing wife, Janice. She’d run away before—propelled by a gambling fever that grew ever higher—and Mitch had always taken...


Chapel Noir

Irene Adler #5

by Carole Nelson Douglas

Before Caleb Carr and Laurie R. King, Carole Nelson Douglas gave readers a compelling look into Victoriana with a bold new detective character: Irene Adler, the only woman to ever outwit Sherlock Holmes. An...


Armor of God

by Paul Block & Robert Vaughan

Father Michael Flannery is Keeper of the Sign, prophesied to bring the gospel of peace to the world. On his way to New York for a landmark symposium of the world’s largest religious groups, Flannery barely...


Betrayers

Nameless Detective #35

by Bill Pronzini

We’re told that there are seven deadly sins; not on the list is the deadliest of them all: Betrayal.  For each of the detectives at the agency, a betrayal—personal, against a child, against the elderly—becomes...