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Dead Man in Tangier

Seymour of Special Branch #4

by Michael Pearce

Why is Seymour of Scotland Yard summoned to North Africa? Isn’t the death of a Frenchman there a matter for the local police? But in the run-up to the First World War, everything is connected, and a single...


Dead Man in Naples

Seymour of Special Branch #6

by Michael Pearce

Lionel Scampion, British consul in Naples, has been stabbed to death while bicycling through the piazza of the Porta Carmine. According to his sister, he had no enemies. The Neapolitan police suggest he was...


Dead Man in Istanbul

Seymour of Special Branch #2

by Michael Pearce

A murder in Istanbul is entangled with international politics and deadly secrets when an embassy official is shot trying to swim the Dardanelles Straits. Special Branch officer Seymour’s investigation ranges...


Dead Man in Athens

Seymour of Special Branch #3

by Michael Pearce

In 1913, a poisoned cat, an exiled Sultan, and a new vision of an ascendant Greece threaten the Balkans with utter chaos and war. Something has to be done, and fast. Who was behind the feline poisoning? British...


Dark Dreams: A Commander Jana Matinova Investigation

by Michael Genelin

Praise for Michael Genelin:

“Plenty of misdirection and suspense. . . . In the end, we must acknowledge that we have been held spellbound by a master storyteller.”—Library Journal (starred review)

Prudent...


Collaborator of Bethlehem

by Matt Beynon Rees

“Matt Beynon Rees has taken a complex world of culture clash and suspicion and placed upon it humanity.” —David Baldacci, author of The Camel Club

“A beautifully written story. I have walked the streets...


Chorister at the Abbey

by Lis Howell

Praise for The Norbridge Chronicles:

“A pleasure to read . . . remained engrossing to the end.”—San Jose Mercury News

The Chorister, a biblically obsessed serial killer, terrifies members of the Abbey...


Chinatown Beat

Detective Jack Yu #1

by Henry Chang

Detective Jack Yu grew up in Chinatown. Some of his friends are criminals now; some are dead. Jack has just been transferred to his old neighborhood, where 99 percent of the cops are white. Unlike the others,...


Chain of Evidence

by Garry Disher

Inspector Hal Challis has been summoned to his boyhood home, Mawson’s Bluff in the Australian Outback, where his father is dying. There his past comes back to haunt him... and endanger his life. Meanwhile,...


Caravaggio's Angel

by Ruth Brandon

Dr. Reggie Lee, new at London’s National Gallery, is planning a small exhibition of three almost identical Caravaggio paintings when she discovers a fourth. One must be a forgery. That discovery detonates...


Buried Strangers: A Chief Inspector Mario Silva Investigation

by Leighton Gage

Praise for Leighton Gage’s Chief Inspector Mario Silva series:

“Realistic characters that the readers can care about. . . . The ultimate story of the haves vs. the have nots.”—Detroit Free Press

“Gage's...


Bones in the Belfry

by Suzette A. Hill

Praise for Suzette A. Hill:

“I think this is tremendous.”—Dame Beryl Bainbridge

Francis Oughterard was the contented vicar of Molehill when he accidentally strangled a lady parishioner. A sleazy art dealer...


Bone Idle

by Suzette A. Hill

Praise for Suzette A. Hill:

“This dry, funny British gem, with its eccentric cast of characters, will leave readers laughing and eagerly awaiting the next episode.”—Publishers Weekly

Reverend Oughterard...


Blood Wedding: A Sub-Inspector Max Romero Mystery Set in Granada

by P.J. Brooke

Inspector Max Romero investigates the death of a Muslim girl in Granada, Spain. The prime suspect may have terrorist links, but insensitive handling of the case leads to his suicide. As a result, Max is co-opted...


Blood of the Wicked

by Leighton Gage

Blood of the Wicked manages to pack a huge amount into a spare three hundred pages; power politics, petty violence, sexual scandal, saintly courage, staggering poverty and obscene wealth. A book that makes...


A Hovering of Vultures

Charlie Peace #3

by Robert Barnard

A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.


Blood Moon: An Inspector Hal Challis and Sergeant Ellen Destry Investigation

by Garry Disher

Praise for Garry Disher:

“[A] first-rate Australian author.”—The New York Times Book Review

“While many readers want their thrillers with gouts of gore and endless gunplay, for me, a writer like Disher—old-fashioned...


Death and the Chaste Apprentice

by Robert Barnard

A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.


The Man with a Load of Mischief

Richard Jury #1

by Martha Grimes

Long Piddleton had always been wary of newcomers. But the quiet town was stunned when the first stranger was found dead, upended in a butt of ale in the cellar of the Men with a Load of Mischief. Then the second...


The Dirty Duck

Richard Jury #4

by Martha Grimes

The Dirty Duck is a pub in Shakespeare’s beloved Stratford, and in this pub Miss Gwendolyn Bracegirdle of Sarasota, Florida, fresh from a performance of As You Like It, takes her last drink. A few minutes...