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The Children's Hour

by Marcia Willett

Marcia Willet's A Week in Winter and A Summer in the Country, her first two novels to be published in the United States, were welcomed enthusiastically by both eager readers and appreciative reviewers. Her new...


Hidden in Havana

by Jose Latour

In Cuba, deceit is routine, paranoia is reasonable, and everything banned thrives out of sight. 

Elena Miranda, a special-needs teacher, has no idea what lies behind the wall in her bathroom, nor that a ruthless...


The Killer's Wife

by Bill Floyd

Six years after her courageous testimony helped put her husband on death row for a string of gruesome murders, Leigh Wren has almost succeeded in putting her past to rest.  She has moved from the West Coast...


Burning Precinct Puerto Rico

Luis Gonzalo #3

by Steven Torres

After having spent most of a Friday night making sure that the town's teenage revelers got home safely, the sheriff of Angustias, Puerto Rico, Luis Gonzalo climbs wearily into bed. Moments later he is jolted...


Maisie Dobbs Bundle #2, An Incomplete Revenge and Among the Mad

by Jacqueline Winspear

Maisie Dobbs Bundle #2, An Incomplete Revenge and Among the Mad

Books 5 and 6 in the New York Times Bestselling Series

 

"An outstanding historical series . . . deeply empathetic.” (The New York Times Book...


Maisie Dobbs Bundle #1, Pardonable Lies and Messenger of Truth

by Jacqueline Winspear

Maisie Dobbs Bundle #1, Pardonable Lies and Messenger of Truth

Books 3 and 4 in the New York Times Bestselling Series

 

"An outstanding historical series . . . deeply empathetic.” (The New York Times Book Review...


A Haunt of Murder

Canterbury Tales #6

by P. C. Doherty

As night sets in, Chaucer's weary pilgrims find themselves in a Kent copse, rumored to be haunted.  Huddling around the fire, they persuade the Clerk of Oxford to tell a ghostly tale of love and death will...


Death at the Door

by K. C. Greenlief

Ann Ranson hates golf and when her drive leaves a man sprawled on the next green, it's clear the feeling is mutual. But then she realizes the man is dead and her golf ball hasn't killed him - he's been stabbed!...


The Hooded Hawke

Elizabeth I Mysteries #9

by Karen Harper

This summer, Queen Elizabeth I is in no mood for games. She and her court were expecting to spend the warmer months lounging in great manor houses, feasting in the fields, tempting forbidden romance, and perhaps...


Trick of the Mind

Phillip Bethancourt & Jack Gibbons #3

by Cassandra Chan

Scotland Yard Detective Sergeant Jack Gibbons has been shot twice, and even after the surgery he isn’t out of the woods and may still be in danger because he can’t remember how it all happened. While his...


Hangman Blind

Abbess of Meaux #1

by Cassandra Clark

In November 1382, the month of the dead, Abbess Hildegard rides out for York from the Abbey of Meaux. This is no ordinary journey—it is a time of rival popes, a boy king, and a shaky peace in the savage aftermath...


The Fyre Mirror

Elizabeth I Mysteries #7

by Karen Harper

Smitten with spring fever, Elizabeth Tudor escapes London for fantastical Nonsuch Palace in the sweet Surrey countryside. There she hopes to relax and pose for the official royal portrait for which she is holding...


Irish Coffee

Notre Dame Mysteries #7

by Ralph McInerny

When Fred Neville of the Notre Dame athletic department winds up dead under mysterious circumstances, amateur sleuth and academic Roger Knight, and his brother, Phil, a P.I., investigate the apparent murder....


Death in Precinct Puerto Rico

Luis Gonzalo #2

by Steven Torres

Angustias, Puerto Rico, 1990.

Even a tropical paradise can have its little murders.

Luis Gonzalo, sheriff of the small town of Angustias in Puerto Rico's central mountains, knows all there is to know about the...


The KenKen Killings

Puzzle Lady #12

by Parnell Hall

The Puzzle Lady just can’t stay out of trouble. When the late Chester T. Markowitz, a man she never met, leaves $10,000 to his beloved wife, Cora Felton, the Puzzle Lady can’t help cashing the check. Quicker...


Chasing the Dragon

North Beach Mysteries #1

by Domenic Stansberry

A complicated, shadowy man in disgrace, Dante Mancuso leads a double life. Lately, though, the line he walks has become razor thin.

Dante works for The Company, a nebulous security organization operating just...


Let It Ride

by John McFetridge

“McFetridge channels Elmore Leonard at the height of his powers, with dialogue Quentin Tarantino would kill for.”—Ken Bruen The author of two critically acclaimed Canadian crime novels, with Let It Ride...


Peril at Somner House

Daphne du Maurier Mysteries #2

by Joanna Challis

After her adventures in Murder on the Cliffs, young Daphne du Maurier travels to a remote island off the coast of Cornwall to visit the estate of Lord and Lady Trevalyan. Somner House, enchanting amidst lush...


A Grave Talent

Edgar Allan Poe Award Best First Novel 1994

by Laurie R. King

THE FIRST BOOK IN THE KATE MARTINELLI MYSTERY SERIES

In Laurie R. King's Grave Talent, the unthinkable has happened in a small community outside of San Francisco. A series of shocking murders has occurred, the...


World's Greatest Sleuth!

Holmes On The Range #5

by Steve Hockensmith

In 1893, the Amlingmeyer boys venture forth from the west in response to a summons from Otto’s (“Big Red”) publisher— they are to come to Chicago immediately, to the World’s Columbian Exposition, and...