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Bit Player: A Jeri Howard Mystery

by Janet Dawson

"Delightful....In flashbacks, Dawson does a fine job bringing WWII-era Los Angeles to life.” -Publishers Weekly (2/28/11) What now remains of Hollywood's Golden Era? A wealth of publicity materials was...


Murder in Los Lobos: A Bella Kowalski Mystery

by McGinty Sue

Everyone loves Connie Mercado, daughter of a prominent local family. Everyone, that is, except whoever pushed her off the cliff into the Pacific Ocean, ruining a perfect June morning and bringing turmoil to...


Arsenic and Old Paint: An Art Lovers's Mystery

by Hailey Lind

Former art forger Annie Kincaid has reinvented her life and now operates a legitimate decorative painting business, but memories are long in the art world. Here, with the blessing of the FBI Art Squad, Annie...


Chasing Cans: A Gail McCarthy Mystery

by Laura Crum

HORSE WRECK-OR WAS IT MURDER? Chasing Cans is rodeo slang for barrel racing, a competition that can bring its winners fame and big bucks. To Gail McCarthy, a horse vet turned stay-at-home mom, chasing cans also...


The Paramour's Daughter: A Maggie Macgowen Mystery

by Wendy Hornsby

Just a few hours before she is murdered, a foreign stranger claims she is a close relative of investigative filmmaker Maggie MacGowen. It is a truism that "it's a wise child who knows its father.” The...


Midnight Fires: A Mystery with Mary Wollstonecraft

by Nancy Means Wright

Mitchelstown Castle in County Cork, seat of the notorious Anglo-Irish Kingsborough family, fairly hums with intrigue. In 1786 the new young governess, Mary Wollstonecraft, witnesses a stabbing when she attends...


An Old Chaos (A Latouche County Mystery)

by Sheila Simonson

When a landslide kills six people and destroys several expensive homes, Madeline Thomas, principal chief of the Klalos, and geologist Charlie O Neill know something is rotten in Latouche County: the land should...


Docketful of Poesy: A Poetic Death Mystery

by Diana Killian

Mad, bad, and dangerous to know. Theater of the Absurd takes on a whole new meaning when former teacher and Byron scholar Grace Hollister is hired as a script doctor for a cable film production. Hollywood wants...


Buffalo Bill's Defunct: A Latouche County Mystery

by Sheila Simonson

Sheriff's investigator Rob Neill made a mess of his first case, the theft of sacred artifacts belonging to the Klalo, a Native American tribe from the western end of the Columbia River Gorge. Ten years later,...


Going, Gone: A Gail McCarthy Mystery

by Laura Crum

Horse vet Gail McCarthy's life turns stranger than fiction when her old boyfriend, Lonny Peterson, is arrested for murder-by none other than Gail's childhood friend, Bret Boncantini, now a sheriff's deputy in...


Moonblind: A Gail McCarthy Mystery

by Laura Crum

In this ninth book in the Gail McCarthy series about the Santa Cruz vet, Gail is pregnant and taking a leave of absence from her work as a horse vet. Despite her intention to rest and prepare for her baby, she...


Crimson Snow: (Hilda Johansson Mysteries, No. 5)

by Jeanne Dams

Based on a 1904 unsolved murder case, Crimson Snow weaves immigrant life, class and ethnic tensions into a taut drama centered around the Studebaker mansion in South Bend, Indiana. Hilda Johansson, a Studebaker...


In the Guise of Mercy: A Maggie Macgowen Mystery

by Wendy Hornsby

A decade has passed since Maggie MacGowen s last investigation in the pages of Hornsby s award-winning noir series. Gritty and streetwise, yet compassionate, these mysteries appeal to America s current fascination...


Run a Crooked Mile

by Janet LaPierre

Rosemary Mendes, looking for a new life after her husband's death, believes she has found a refuge in California's remote Trinity Alps. She's not looking for Eden, just a place where she can live alone and not...


Dying Flames: A Novel of Suspense

by Robert Barnard

From Robert Barnard, the internationally acclaimed Diamond Dagger-winning crime writer . . .

Some memories are better left buried in the past. Well-known author Graham Broadbent has managed to repress one particularly...


Final Jeopardy

Alexandra Cooper #1

by Linda Fairstein

This critically acclaimed, explosive thriller is a book only prosecutor Linda Fairstein could write. Patricia Cornwall knows the morgue; John Grisham knows the courtroom; but no one knows the inner workings...


Deception Plan

by Patrick A. Davis

WHEN A U-2 SPY PLANE GOES DOWN IN A FIERY HEAP, THE PILOT'S DEATH IS A TRAGEDY -- BUT IT'S NO ACCIDENT.

U.S. Colonel Ed Coffin is sent to South Korea, the land of his birth, to lead the most important and grim...


Choke Point

by Jay MacLarty

WHEN HIGH-RISK COURIER SIMON LEONIDOVICH IS DRAWN INTO A GAME OF INTERNATIONAL INTRIGUE IN THE NEW GAMING CAPITAL OF THE WORLD, THE ODDS ARE STACKED AGAINST HIM LIKE NEVER BEFORE.

While overseeing the frenzied...


Snake Eyes

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation #9

by Max Allan Collins

Luck is on the side of most during the incident at the Four Kings Casino and Hotel, when the simmering tension between two rival biker gangs suddenly boils over into all-out violence -- miraculously, there are...


Death Dance: A Novel

Alexandra Cooper #8

by Linda Fairstein

New York Times bestselling author Linda Fairstein takes readers behind the scenes of New York City's theater world -- from Lincoln Center to the lights of Broadway -- in a riveting new novel, rich with her trademark...