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At Death's Door

by Robert Barnard

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


The Anodyne Necklace

Richard Jury #3

by Martha Grimes

A spinster whose passion was bird-watching, a dotty peer who pinched pennies, and a baffling murder made the tiny village of Littlebourne a most extraordinary place. And a severed finger made a ghastly clue...


The Old Fox Deceived

Richard Jury #2

by Martha Grimes

It is a chilly and foggy Twelfth Night, wild with North Sea wind, when a bizarre murder disturbs the outward piece of Rackmoor, a tiny Yorkshire fishing village with a past that proves a tangled maze of unrequited...


Blood Alone: A Billy Boyle World War II Mystery

by James R. Benn

Praise for the Billy Boyle series:

“The brash kid from Southie is still open, direct and fearless in his manner (and in his wonderfully loose-jointed use of the English language) and in no danger of losing...


The Midnight Choir

by Gene Kerrigan

"An absorbing, beautifully written tale."-The Times

A sophisticated crime story of contemporary Ireland, The Midnight Choir teems with moral dilemmas and Dublin emerges as a city of ambiguity: a newly-scrubbed...


Birds of a Feather

Maisie Dobbs #2

by Jacqueline Winspear

Praise for Maisie Dobbs:

"Maisie Dobbs is a quirky literary creation. If you cross-pollinated Vera Brittain’s classic World War I memoir, Testament of Youth, with Dorothy Sayers’s Harriet Vane mysteries...


Little Criminals

by Gene Kerrigan

Frankie Crowe is not one of the great criminal masterminds. A small time thug, he thinks-to the extent he can-that kidnapping one of Dublin's newly rich businessmen just may be the low risk fast track to the...


Bristol House: A Novel

by Beverly Swerling

A riveting dual-period narrative that blends a haunting supernatural thriller with the vivid history of Tudor London

Historian Annie Kendall arrives at London's Bristol House on an assignment to research ancient...


Assassins at Ospreys

by R.T. Raichev

Praise for R.T. Raichev:

“Fascinating.”—Lady Antonia Fraser, author of the Jemima Shore series

“Agatha Christie fans will find much to like in this traditional whodunit.”—Publishers Weekly

“Antonia...


As if by Magic

by Dolores Gordon-Smith

Praise for Dolores Gordon-Smith:

“With vision and vigor, Gordon-Smith pulls off another Golden Age delight.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch

“A classic postwar country-house mystery with a Christie-like denouement.”—...


Abracadaver

Sergeant Cribb #3

by Peter Lovesey

A sadistic practical joker is haunting the popular music halls of London, interfering with the actors and interrupting their acts by orchestrating humiliating disasters that take place in view of the audience....


Grave in Gaza

by Matt Beynon Rees

Praise for the Omar Yussef series:

The Collaborator of Bethlehem is readable and literate, and offers a vivid portrait of Palestinian life today.”—The Washington Post

“Matt Beynon Rees has taken a complex...


A Deadly Paradise

by Grace Brophy

Praise for Grace Brophy:

“It’s not often that an author’s first book wins the coveted Tip of the Ice Pick Award.”—BookPage

“Believable narrative twists combined with excellent characterization, rich...


Dead Man in Barcelona

Seymour of Special Branch #5

by Michael Pearce

Praise for the Dead Man series:

“Picking up a new book by Michael Pearce reminds you why people enjoy reading mysteries.”—Denver Post

“The steady pace, atmospheric design, and detailed description re-create...


Darker Side

by Shirley Wells

Forensic psychologist Jill Kennedy has given up police work for a quiet life in the Lancashire village of Kelton Bridge. But when Martin Hayden, a seventeen-year-old schoolboy, is murdered, DCI Max Trentham,...


A Case of Spirits: A Sergeant Cribb Investigation

Sergeant Cribb #6

by Peter Lovesey

The spiritualist movement has captivated a segment of society: manifestations, the occult, and “sensitives” are in vogue. But the séance sites seem to be targeted for burglaries. Then, while Cribb is on...


The Sisterhood

by Michael Palmer

Inside Boston Doctors Hospital, patients are  dying. In the glare of the operating room, they  survive the surgeon's knife. But in the dark, hollow  silence of the night, they die. Suddenly,  inexplicable,...


At Large

by Lynne Murray

A king-sized case for a queen-sized sleuth. In the third Josephine Fuller mystery, Jo is working undercover at a women's skills center when she spots an old acquaintance. Jo last saw Teddy in Kathmandu when...


Riverwatcher: A Fly-Fishing Mystery

by Ronald Weber

A terrific whodunit set in an angler's paradise. Lottery winner and ex-journalist Donal Fitzgerald joins forces with his girlfriend, DNR conservation officer Mercy Virdon, to solve the mysterious death of a...


Who Is Malcolm Black?

by Marcus T. Naef

Synopsis:

After a harsh betrayal from his longtime partner, the mysterious Malcolm Black is forced to flee Miami and establish his rise as the ruthless leader of a murderous drug cartel. From this point, Black...