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The Fourth King

by Harry Stephen Keeler

"The Thirteen Kings of Crooked Chicago Finance!" That's what the terrorist calling himself THE STAR OF THE NIGHT called the thirteen richest moguls of Chicago when he sent them threatening letters which included...


The Horizontal Woman

by Barry Malzberg

pElizabeth Moore, young, fresh from a posh Ivy League college, has a burning desire to help her welfare clients. The Ultimate Social Worker, she had her own ideas about how to reacculturate the male members...


Everything Happened to Susan

by Barry Malzberg

She came East to become a big star on Broadway, but settled for shacking up with a violent, unpublished writer—and performing in sex movies in a huge, dingy loft on West 26th Street.


Lady of a Thousand Sorrows

by Lee W. Mason

Viven Blanc Sarris must fight for her life. Her first husband, a famous politician slain in the Southwest; her second husband, one of the richest men in the world, dead in the south of France; her sister, a...


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'...


Truth Dare Kill

by Gordon Ferris

1946: The war's over. But there are no medals for Danny McRae. Just amnesia and blackouts; twin handicaps for a private investigator with an upper-class client on the hook for murder.

Danny's blackouts mean that...


The Unquiet Heart

by Gordon Ferris

LONDON AND BERLIN, 1946

The perfect partnership - gang-busters by day, lovers by night...

Danny McRae, private detective scraping a living in ration-card London.

Eve Copeland, crime reporter, looking for new angles...


We Shall Not Sleep

Anne Perry's World War One #5

by Anne Perry

Anne Perry’s magnificent Victorian mysteries established her as one of the world’s best known and loved historical novelists. Now, in her vividly imagined World War I novels, Perry’s talents “have taken...


I'm Trying to Reach You

by Barbara Browning

First Michael Jackson, then Pina Bausch, Merce Cunningham... is someone killing famous dancers? A witty, creative, and seductive mystery.


Strega

Burke #2

by Andrew Vachss

Andrew Vachss's implacable private eye has a new client, Strega. She wants Burke to find an obscene photograph—and that search will take him into the ocean that flows just beneath the city, an ocean whose...


Underground

by Gayle O'Brien

Runaway Annie finds a 150-year-old letter from a southern white girl travelling the slave underground


Gun Monkeys

by Victor Gischler

Charlie Swift just pumped three .38-caliber bullets into a dead polar bear in his taxidermist girlfriend’s garage. But he’s a gun monkey, and no one can blame him for having an itchy trigger finger. Ever...


The Alpine Pursuit

Emma Lord #16

by Mary Daheim

As her myriad of fans can attest, USA Today bestselling author Mary Daheim creates wonderful mysteries peopled with marvelous characters as quirky as they are endearing. The Seattle Times says Daheim is “one...


Deep Cover

by Rachel Butler

UNDERCOVER–AND TOTALLY EXPOSED . . .

Tall, lithe Selena McCaffrey turns heads on the streets–and hides an assassin’s knife beneath her clothes. In another life, Selena would have chosen a peaceful career...


Criminals

by Margot Livesey

With dark poetry and domestic acuity, the author of Homework shows how families pull together, form themselves anew, and occasionally fly apart at the seams. Ranging from Scotland to America to Italy--and to...


The Ballad of Ballard and Sandrine: An eShort

by Peter Straub

Peter Straub masterfully weaves  horror and suspense into a love story unlike any other: the ballad of Ballard and Sandrine.

 

Ballard and his considerably younger lover Sandrine have been brought together by...


City of the Dead

by Daniel Blake

Daniel Blake more than delivers on the promise of his acclaimed thriller Thou Shalt Kill, bringing back detective Franco Patrese in City of the Dead, “a blood-soaked, full-throttle descent into hell and one...


Death in the Family

by Jill Mcgown

With a plot that defies the most inspired second-guessing and with menace ticking quietly away on every page, Jill McGown’s Death in the Family firmly establishes her as a master of mystery and psychological...


The April Fools' Day Murder: A Christine Bennett Mystery

by Lee Harris

A SECOND CHANCE TO DIE

For his favorite charity, the high school drama club, Willard Platt fakes his own murder as an April Fool stunt. But the repeat performance later that day is the real thing. And some, including...


Criminals

by Margot Livesey

A decent, harried young banker, already on the verge of distraction, hurries north to Scotland and his mysteriously troubled sister . . . A “foreign” mother struggles to make a home for her family in a society...