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A Second Helping of Murder and Recipes: A Hot Dish Heaven Mystery

by Jeanne Cooney

Reporter Emerald Malloy returns to Minnesota's Red River Valley to gather more recipes for an encore feature the Minneapolis newspaper plans to run on rural cooking. This time around, Margie Johnson, the owner...


A Killing Fair

by Glenn Ickler

The Minnesota State Fair is famous for its endless variety of foods on a stick, so reporter Warren "Mitch" Mitchell and his photographer buddy Alan Jeffrey are surprised when they're sent to the fairgrounds...


Death at the Bar X Ranch: A Mary Malone Mystery

by Marlene Chabot

Newly unemployed teacher Mary Colleen Malone never suspected she'd become a Miss Marple wannabe when she and her recently widowed aunt decided to sublet her private investigator brother's apartment in the Foley...


The Art of Murder

by Wally Reutiman

Attorney Michael Connelly lives in the small lakeside community of Excelsior, Minnesota. He's perfectly content with his mundane life until he attends a nighttime street dance for his high school reunion, where...


Limelight: A Mystery Novel

by Jim Sells

H.W. GRADY is a tough, slightly sarcastic Private Investigator in Atlanta, GA. He served in the Army at 17 to avoid a one-year jail sentence. Those experiences straightened out any adolescent behavior._x000D_...


Margaret Truman's Undiplomatic Murder

Capital Crimes #27

by Margaret Truman & Donald Bain

Private investigator Robert Brixton has always hated Washington. Against his better judgment, he decides to stick around and take a job as an agent in a new State Department security agency headed by his former...


Crack Apple and Pop

by Saira Viola

"Money is nothing but freedom; with money, you can create your own morality." This is the credo that the characters live by in Saira Viola's novel of social realism. At times, a gritty slice of life; at others...


Dead Lil' Hustler: A Loon Lake Mystery

by Victoria Houston

It's mid-July in Loon Lake, and Police Chief Lewellyn Ferris has her hands full with the discovery of the skeletal remains of a missing bank executive and the murder of graduate student. To complicate matters,...


No Job for a Lady

Nellie Bly #4

by Carol McCleary

History, mystery, and murder are the traveling companions of Nellie Bly, the world’s first female investigative reporter. In Carol McCleary's No Job for a Lady, Nellie defies the wrath of her editor and...


Land of Shadows

by Rachel Howzell Hall

“A fresh voice in crime fiction. Fast, funny, heartbreaking and wise...Elouise Norton is the best new character you'll meet this year.” —Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author, on Rachel Howzell...


In the Shadow of Lies: An Oliver Wright Mystery Novel

by M.A. Alder

Richmond, California. World War II. A cross burning takes innocent lives and unsettles the town. After Japan attacks Pearl Harbor, American Italians start to disappear, a rapist promises to revisit his victims,...


Water on the Moon

by Jean Moore

After her Greenwich, Connecticut farmhouse is destroyed, Lidia Raven is shaken, but also thankful that her teenage twins, Carly and Clarisse, are unharmed and that her friend Polly has been kind enough to take...


Keen as Mustard

by Malcolm Hollingdrake

"Keen as Mustard" is a crime novel set in Harrogate, Yorkshire in the present day. It introduces DCI Cyril Bennett and DS David Owen. Each character complements the other in many ways, both physically and intellectually,...


Innocent Murderer: A Cordi O'Callaghan Mystery

by Suzanne F. Kingsmill

Zoology professor Cordi O'Callaghan becomes entangled in the deaths of two of her fellow passengers aboard the Susanna Moodie, a tourist ship in the Canadian Arctic. The fatalities are ruled accidental, but...


The Hollow Girl

by Reed Farrel Coleman

The final novel in one of the most critically acclaimed PI series in the annals of crime fiction!

"Few writers working in any genre offer tales with such moral complexity, dark humor, and, most of all, heart."...


The First Person

by Pierre Turgeon & BusinessNews Publishing

In The First Person, an embittered computer programmer working for the police has decided to erase his identity. We do not know why. Leaving his old life behind, the man becomes a private detective in Los Angeles...


The Boom Room

by Rick Blechta

When the prime suspect in a nightclub murder turns out to be his partner's half brother, Detective Mervin Pratt soon realizes that the case is not quite so open-and-shut as it first appears.


Blood Always Tells

by Hilary Davidson

Dominique Monaghan just wanted to get even with her two-timing, married boyfriend, a washed-up boxer stuck in a toxic marriage to a dangerously spoiled socialite. However, an elaborate blackmail scheme soon...


Straight Pool

by J J Patridge

An Algy Temple Mystery! The body in the ashes of swank Haversham Golf Club sparks Algy Temple's involvement in a death far removed from Carter University's latest skirmish with Providence's mendacious mayor...


Carom Shot

by J J Patridge

Carom Shot is a solidly plotted traditional mystery with enough twists and reversals to appeal to puzzle-lovers. Algy Temple is the kind of fictional friend you'd want watching your back, whether in a dark...