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Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man's Smile: A Mystery

by Gyles Brandreth

Playwright and raconteur Oscar Wilde embarks on another adventure as he sets sail for America in the 1880s on a roller coaster of a lecture tour. But the adventure doesn't truly begin until Oscar boards an ocean...


The Double-Jack Murders: A Sheriff Bo Tully Mystery

by Patrick F. McManus

The third novel in Patrick F. McManus's bestselling mystery series finds Sheriff Bo Tully with his hands full of elusive killers, eccentric backwoods characters, and irresistible women in this latest romp through...


The Gates: A Samuel Johnson Tale

Samuel Johnson #1

by John Connolly

Young Samuel Johnson and his dachshund, Boswell, are trying to show initiative by trick-or-treating a full three days before Halloween, which is how they come to witness strange goings-on at 666 Crowley Road....


Baghdad Central

by Elliott Colla

Baghdad, 2003: Iraqi police inspector Muhsin al-Khafaji investigates the disappearance of young women translators working for the American occupation forces.


Electra: A Delphic Woman Mystery

by Kerry Greenwood

In this, the third and final book in Kerry Greenwood's Delphic Women series, Greenwood takes us into Troy as it struggles to rise from the ashes of the Trojan War. But while others have told the story as a struggle...


Leave Tomorrow Behind: A Stella Crown Mystery

Stardust: A Novel

by Joseph Kanon

THE ACCLAIMED, BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF

THE GOOD GERMAN AND LOS ALAMOS RETURNS

WITH HIS MOST ABSORBING AND ACCOMPLISHED

NOVEL YET -- A MESMERIZING TALE OF HOLLYWOOD,

POSTWAR POLITICAL INTRIGUE, AND ONE MAN'S

DETERMINATION...


Stronger Than Death

Kellen Stewart #3

by Manda Scott

Medics have a way of organising cases. The first one you see is: 'in my experience'. Two becomes 'case after case'. Three is a series. In medicine, as in crime, three is the magic number that makes a syndrome...


Night Mares

Kellen Stewart #2

by Manda Scott

Dr Nina Crawford of the University of Glasgow's Veterinary College - driven, fanatically dedicated, a survivor - is one of the most respected equine surgeons in the country. But now she seems to be losing her...


The Screaming Mimi

by Fredric Brown

A?hard-drinking reporter, a schizophrenic stripper, a disgraced psychoanalyst, and a mysterious serial killer who razors his female victims to death, collide with deadly and shocking reverberations in Fredric...


The Curse On Mitre Square & The Lodger: Two Jack The Ripper Classics

by John Francis Brewer & Marie Belloc Lowndes

The case of Jack the Ripper, the notorious serial killer and prostitute-butcher who terrorized Whitechapel in 1888, soon inspired various works of pulp fiction; amongst the first of these was the short gothic...


Spring-Heeled Jack: The Terror Of London

by Anonymous Anonymous

The "penny blood" came into being through a process which began with higher standards of general education and literacy in England at the beginning of the 19th century, and continued with the invention of fast...


Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street

by Anonynous Anonymous

The "penny blood" came into being through a process which began with higher standards of general education and literacy in England at the beginning of the 19th century, and continued with the invention of fast...


Tapestry of Lies: A Weaving Mystery

Weaving Mysteries #2

by Carol Ann Martin

SHEAR MURDER

 

Della Wright can’t believe her luck when celebrity designer Bunny Boyd walks into her weaving studio in small-town Briar’s Hollow, North Carolina, with a large custom fabric order. Bunny needs...


A Chorus Lineup

Glee Club #3

by Joelle Charbonneau

Paige Marshall is back in the spotlight in Joelle Charbonneau’s newest Glee Club Mystery. This time the high school show choir coach is fighting to keep her singers in a national competition despite charges...


Home of the Braised

White House Chef Mysteries #7

by Julie Hyzy

With the pressure of an upcoming state dinner that could make or break the president’s foreign policy, White House executive chef Olivia Paras has precious little time to focus on her wedding plans—or to...


Fantomas: The Corpse Who Kills

by Marcel Allain & Pierre Souvestre

FANTOMAS is the Emperor of Crime, the Lord of Terror, the Genius of Evil, the nihilistic anti-hero of a series of sublime pulps, books brimming with motifs of the "marvellous": nuns, coffins, severed hands,...


Fat Ollie's Book: A Novel of the 87th Precinct

by Ed McBain

This lively novel—the fifty-second in the award-winning 87th Precinct series—follows the exploits of Ed McBain's most beloved and foul-mouthed detective, Fat Ollie Weeks.

All at once, Fat Ollie Weeks had...


Death Rides the Zephyr: A Mystery

by Janet Dawson

December 23, 1952. A transcontinental train is stopped cold by a rockslide in a remote Colorado canyon. There's a murderer aboard, one who has already killed, and will kill again unless stopped. The California...


Death in the Ashes: A Fourth Case from the Notebooks of Pliny the Younger

by Jr., Albert A. Bell

A few years after the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, where he lost his adoptive father and mentor, Pliny the Younger is asked by his friend Aurelia to help her husband Calpurnius, who has been accused of murder in...