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Sister Beneath the Sheet

by Gillian Linscott

Springtime in Biarritz means playtime for the fashionable Edwardian crowd, until a high-class prostitute commits suicide, leaving the suffragettes her fortune. Nell Bray travels to protect the money, but begins...


Murder in Montmartre: An Aimee Leduc Investigation

Aimée Leduc: Murders in Paris #6

by Cara Black

Aimée’s childhood friend, Laure, is a policewoman. Her partner, Jacques, has set up a meeting in Montmartre with an informer. When Laure reluctantly goes along as backup, Jacques is lured to an icy rooftop,...


Murder in Clichy: An Aimee Leduc Investigation

Aimée Leduc: Murders in Paris #5

by Cara Black

Aimée Leduc, private investigator specializing in computer security, has been introduced to the Cao Dai temple in Paris by her partner René Friant. He urges her to learn to meditate: she could use a more healthful...


Moonlight Downs

by Adrian Hyland

“Packs a real wallop. . . . An epic and ambitious mystery set against the vast backdrop of Central Australia, where indigenous and white people live side by side in an uneasy truce.”—Vogue (Australia)...


Mad Hatter's Holiday

Sergeant Cribb #4

by Peter Lovesey

“[A] gem, catching to perfection the social atmospherics of Victorian Brighton and at the same time telling an ingenious story of murder and discovery.”—Publishers Weekly

“His best yet.”—H. R. F....


Mad About the Boy?

by Dolores Gordon-Smith

“Recaptures the vitality and insouciance of the Golden Age of writers.”—Robert Barnard

It’s the height of summer, 1923. At a ball in Sussex, former Royal Flying Corps pilot Jack Haldean investigates...


Little Face

Spilling CID #1

by Sophie Hannah

Little Face is a wonderful work, a brilliant use of mirrors and the writer's magic.  Chilling, tantalizing, and ultimately fair and deeply satisfying.”—Barbara D’Amato, author of Death of a Thousand...


The Golden Egg

Commissario Brunetti #22

by Donna Leon

In The Golden Egg, as the first leaves of autumn begin to fall, Vice Questore Patta asks Brunetti to look into a minor shop-keeping violation committed by the mayor’s future daughter-in-law. Brunetti has no...


Law of Return

by Rebecca Pawel

“Strongly atmospheric . . . Fans of Spanish Mystery master Arturo Perez-Revate will enjoy this volume.” —Baltimore Sun

“There’s plenty to admire in this mystery. . . . Satisfying.”—Washington Post...


Kittyhawk Down

by Garry Disher

The once-peaceful beach resort of Bushrangers Bay, not far from Melbourne, is the site of multiple crimes that must be investigated by Homicide Squad Inspector Hal Challis of the Mornington Peninsula Police...


Hurting Distance

Spilling CID #2

by Sophie Hannah

Praise for Sophie Hannah:

“What does motherhood mean? What should a mother do if her child is in danger? . . . It’s those choices and their consequences that make Little Face compelling.”—The Washington...


How to Rob an Armored Car

by Iain Levison

In a dying Pennsylvania coal town, three friends are looking for a way out. Mitch is a rebellious malcontent whose bad attitude gets him fired from a chain big box store. Doug can identify any pill by sight...


G.I. Bones: A Sergeants Sueno & Bascom Mystery

by Martin Limon

Praise for the Sueño and Bascom series:

“Setting the standard for military crime fiction, Limón’s compelling stories of murder, greed, and abuse of power are set off by the Korean culture and 1970s atmosphere.”—...


Folly du Jour

by Barbara Cleverly

Praise for Barbara Cleverly:

“Spectacular and dashing, spellbinding.”—The New York Times Book Review

“Smashing . . . marvelously evoked.”—Chicago Tribune

“A historical mystery that has just about...


Evil for Evil: A Billy Boyle World War II Mystery

by James R. Benn

Fifty Browning Automatic Rifles have been stolen from a US Army base in Northern Ireland. His “uncle” Ike Eisenhower sends Billy to recover the weapons, which might be used in a German-sponsored IRA uprising....


Devil at the Crossroads

by Olive Etchells

Praise for Olive Etchells:

“The most unnerving crimes of violence are the ones that tear apart small, tightly knit communities . . . and Etchells demonstrates this awful process of disintegration.”—The...


Death on the Holy Mountain

by David Dickinson

Praise for the Powerscourt series:

“Fine prose, high society, and [a] complex plot recommend this series.”—Library Journal

“One hopes to see more of Lord Powerscourt and his friends in the near future.”—...


Death of a Red Heroine

Inspector Chen #1

by Qiu Xiaolong

Qiu Xiaolong's Anthony Award-winning debut introduces Inspector Chen of the Shanghai Police.

A young “national model worker,” renowned for her adherence to the principles of the Communist Party, turns up...


Death of a Pilgrim

by David Dickinson

Praise for the Lord Powerscourt series:

“Excellent.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Dickinson textures his canvas with historical detail as thick as the oil paint on one of his favorite paintings...


Death of a Nationalist

Edgar Allan Poe Award Best First Novel 2004

by Rebecca Pawel

Praise for Rebecca Pawel:

"Pawel anchors a tense and exciting story with a terrific and complex plot."—Detroit Free Press

"[Pawel] turns the clock back to 1939 and Madrid’s tumultuous past. . . . An intriguing...