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Deadly Housewives

by None

Wisteria Lane has nothing on the grandes dames of mystery. . . .

In the expert hands of fourteen unsurpassed storytellers, being a housewife takes on a whole new meaning. Get ready for a lethal mix of meddling...


Deep Sea Dead

Pauline Sokol #4

by Lori Avocato

Pauline Walks the Plank . . .

A confirmed landlubber, insurance fraud p.i. Pauline Sokol's never heard the call of the sea - or if she has, she didn't pay attention. But now the former RN is donning her nurse's...


Montaro Caine: A Novel

by Sidney Poitier

A baby is born with a coin in her hand. An orphan crafts a mysterious wooden object. The CEO of a large corporation finds himself under extraordinary pressure at work and at home. And on a remote hilltop on...


Mortal Lock

by Andrew Vachss

A VINTAGE CRIME/BLACK LIZARD ORIGINAL

A hit man stalks his mark at a race track. A sociopath crosses every moral boundary to become a published author. An ex-mercenary obsessively defends his “perimeter”...


Digging Up Trouble

Nina Quinn #3

by Heather Webber

Digging Her Own Grave

Landscaper Nina Quinn makes her living from surprise garden makeovers. It's not her fault that someone duped her into digging up the wrong yard. And she certainly can't be blamed when her...


Good Little Wives

by Abby Drake

While their husbands are out making money, making deals, and making . . . whatever, the trophy wives of New Falls are slipping not so quietly into middle age. Lauren, Bridget, Dana, and Caroline pretend to each...


The Adventures of Tom Leigh

by Phyllis Bentley

Young Tom and his father arrive in the Calder Valley on a dark stormy night in 1722. Tom is soon an orphan and finds himself a pauper in the workhouse until Mr Firth, a hilltop clothier, agrees to take him on...


California Time

by Frederic Raphael

Victor England, the great film director, returns to Hollywood to finalise arrangements for his next production. Everything seems propitious: he has a firm contract with a studio that owes him a substantial debt...


Death of Cecilia

by Hartley Howard

First published in 1952, Death of Cecilia begins with a telephone conversation, started with a conventional greeting, but to Glenn Bowman the voice seemed to carry a note of cold menace. It went on to warn him...


The Fourth of July

by Bel Mooney

Millionaire porn-king Anthony Carl has gathered a group of people together for a fourth of July party in New Jersey.

Among them is the British photo-journalist Barbara Rowe, who finds herself drawn into unexpected...


A Sunday Kind of Woman

by Ray Connolly

First published in 1980, this is a tale of Charlie Fairweather, song-writer and occasional performer, for whom holidays meant quick affairs, quickly forgotten. But the woman he met in Sicily was different.

Kate...


Shooting Script

by Gavin Lyall

�I don�t know if you�re working for Jiminez or not. But either way, the general made a mistake. You should�ve been in jail. Now you�re loose, and that worries me. Because you�re still a killer...�...


The Sun Place

by Ray Connolly

Elixir. World�s most luxurious fun spot. Island of coral sands, clear green seas, and wild abandon. Where love and play begin before the sun goes down. Where nights of revelry stretch into eternities of sensuous...


The Wrong Side of the Sky

by Gavin Lyall

Jack Clay, an ex-Royal Air Force pilot, makes a threadbare living flying charter cargo flights of dubious legitimacy around the Mediterranean. His dreams of having his own airplane and own charter company are...


Velvet Dawn

by Rowena Summers

Andrea Gilmore, young, beautiful and successful in her public relations job, is constantly embarrassed when her brash, earthy father becomes a huge football pools winner.

Josh Gilmore, newly rich, revels in the...


The Private Wound

by Nicholas Blake

In the West of Ireland in 1939 a young novelist rents a lonely cottage to write his new book in peace.

Almost at once, and without great resistance, he is seduced by the wife of the local squire. Harriet's husband...


The Deadly Joker

by Nicholas Blake

When John Waterson and his young wife chose Netherplash Cantorum, Dorset, for their retirement years, they could not have predicted that this idyllic spot had one severe but unforeseeable drawback: among its...


Nine Lives

by Bernice Rubens

The killer's modus operandi is the same in each instance: strangulation, always with a guitar string, pulled tight from behind until life is taken. And though the murders are happening up and down the country,...


Slapton Sands

by Francis Cottam

They were just like the beaches at Normandy, Slapton Sand. That's why they trained them there - an army of invasion secluded in sleepy south Devon. But fifteen hundred soldiers perished at Slapton Sands, and...


Heathcliff's Tale

by Emma Tennant

Can evil be passed from one generation to the next? Or is it born out of deprivation and despair? Does it linger, long after the death of the evil-doer - and can it haunt chillingly through the pages of a book?...