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Reunions Two: And Life Goes On

by author Jeanie Le Claire

"While Julie Davidson embraces her future, she hides secrets about her mother's past. Julie knows she must find a way to keep her mother's secrets buried as her own story unfolds. When she realizes that her...


Portrait of Guilt

by Anthony Hulse

Two policeman, Robert Warnock and Damon Wolfe are ousted from the force when they urinate against an Indian temple. Experiencing hardship, they devise a plot to kidnap the elderly wife of George Pope, a recent...


Eleven

by Patricia Highsmith & Graham Greene

The legendary writer Patricia Highsmith is best remembered today for her chilling psychological thrillers The Talented Mr. Ripley and Strangers on a Train. A critically acclaimed best seller in Europe, Highsmith...


House Reckoning: A Joe DeMarco Thriller

by Mike Lawson

The ninth installment in Mike Lawson’s Washington, D.C. political thriller series launches readers back into Joe DeMarco’s past—to the murder of his father, which was never investigated, let alone solved....


A Darker Justice

by Sallie Bissell

When Assistant District Attorney Mary Crow is called back from Atlanta to her childhood home of Little Jump Off, North Carolina, she discovers that the murder of three federal judges is a matter both professional...


A Darker Shade of Sweden

by John-Henri Holmberg

Ever since Stieg Larsson shone a light on the brilliance of Swedish crime writing with his acclaimed and bestselling Girl With the Dragon Tattoo trilogy, readers around the world have devoured fiction by some...


Bitter Crossing

by D. A. Keeley

Having spent the last seven years in Texas, Border Patrol Agent Peyton Cote is returning home to northern Maine, hoping it will be a safer environment for her young son.

But the criminal element has turned what...


Terminated

by Ray Daniel

Uber-geek Tucker and his beautiful wife, Carol, developed controversial security software together until the day he was fired and she was murdered. Now, six months later, another software engineer is dead, bringing...


Murder at Midnight

by C.S. Challinor

When barrister Rex Graves and his fiancée Helen d’Arcy host a New Year’s Eve party at Gleneagle Lodge, friends and colleagues alike enjoy the evening with drinks flowing freely. Despite the oncoming storm,...


Shear Trouble: A Southern Quilting Mystery

Southern Quilting Mysteries #4

by Elizabeth Craig

As the leaves begin to fall in idyllic Dappled Hills, someone puts too fine a point on a local ladies' man. Fortunately, the detective skills of quilter Beatrice Coleman are a cut above the rest....

The Village...


Death of a Crabby Cook: A Food Festival Mystery

by Penny Pike

First in a new series!

At the San Francisco Seafood Festival, someone is steamed enough to kill a cook....

When restaurant reviewer Darcy Burnett gets served a pink slip from the San Francisco Chronicle, she...


Dear Daughter: A Novel

by Elizabeth Little

"Quick-witted and fast-paced, this debut mystery should be a hit with Gone Girl fans." -People magazine

"This is an all-nighter . . . The best debut mystery I've read in a long time."-Tana French

"A really...


Half in Love with Artful Death

Sheriff Dan Rhodes #21

by Bill Crider

The local community college and an antique dealer team up to have a workshop for artists. One local man, Burt Collins, isn't fond of the art, and he isn't fond of having the artists in town. Sheriff Dan Rhodes...


The Frozen Dead

Commandant Martin Servaz #1

by Bernard Minier

Saint-Martin-de-Comminges is a small town nestled in the French Pyrenees. The kind of place where winters are harsh and unforgiving and where nothing ever happens. Until the winter morning when a group of workers...


A Distance to Death

Tink Elledge #2

by Holly Menino

Tink Elledge is back in the saddle—and in more danger than ever.  The race is a hundred miles through the Sierra Nevada against a backdrop of Darwin, evolution, and intelligent design. Smart, deftly plotted,...


Death In Good Company

Martha Patterson #1

by Gretchen SpragueXXX & Gretchen Sprague

Widowed mainstream attorney Martha Patterson finds herself frustrated by her recent retirement. When a former colleague offers her a volunteer job as a pro bono lawyer for West Brooklyn Legal Services, Martha...


Beware Beware

by Steph Cha

Juniper Song—an unforgettable new crime heroine hailed as “young, sharp, and worldly-wise” by New York Times bestselling author Meg Gardiner—returns in this smart, fast-paced follow-up to Steph Cha’s...


Bell, Book, and Murder

by Rosemary Edghill

Like Susan Isaacs, Rosemary Edghill cast a keenly observant, friendly, yet faintly amused eye on an intriguing American micro-culture. Like The Witches of Eastwick, the Bast novels offer a very new view of the...


A Catered Halloween

by Isis Crawford

With the promise of a hefty commission and some valuable word-of-mouth for their catering business, A Little Taste of Heaven, sisters Bernadette and Libby Simmons agree to cater the charity haunted house being...


The Mills of God

by Deryn Lake

From the author of the 'John Rawlings' mysteries - The sleepy, eccentric Sussex village of Lakehurst suddenly becomes a place of terror and night shadows. After dark, it is hardly safe to go out, to the consternation...