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Buddha's Money

by Martin Limon

“Fast and confident . . . well-drawn and vivid.”—The Seattle Times

“A slam-bang thriller. . . . Limón keeps the action coming at a furious pace.”—Albuquerque Journal

“The locations . . . are as...

Murder Is Academic

Cambridge Mysteries #1

by Christine Poulson

All is not well at Cambridge University's St. Ethelreda's College. The head of the English Department is dead, and Professor Cassandra James is appointed the task of running the department. Faced with the choice...

The Letter Killeth

Notre Dame Mysteries #10

by Ralph McInerny

Once the college football season draws to a close for the Fighting Irish, there is little reason to ride out the winter in South Bend, Indiana. Those who can leave do, but P.I. Philip Knight stays on at Notre...

Bloodhounds: A Peter Diamond Investigation

Peter Diamond #4

Macavity Best Mystery Novel 1997, Barry Best Novel 1997

by Peter Lovesey

A rare stamp and a corpse are discovered in Bath within hours of each other. As he investigates, Inspector Peter Diamond discovers that both the person who found the stamp and the victim belong to the Bloodhounds,...

Good People

DS Glyn Capaldi #1

by Ewart Hutton

A Kirkus Reviews Best Fiction Book of 2013

A Finalist for the Crime Writers’ Association’s John Creasey New Blood Dagger

Detective Sergeant Glyn Capaldi, fallen from grace and exiled from Cardiff to the Welsh...

Forests of the Night

Johnny Hawke #1

by David Stuart Davies

Forests of the Night introduces the intrepid John Hawke, an exciting new detective operating in London during the Blitz.

When World War II breaks out in London, young policeman John Hawke enlists in the army....

Loyal Character Dancer

Inspector Chen #2

by Qiu Xiaolong

Inspector Chen’s mentor in the Shanghai Police Bureau has assigned him to escort U.S. Marshal Catherine Rohn. Her mission is to bring Wen, the wife of a witness in an important criminal trial, to the United...

Follow Her Home

by Steph Cha

A stunning, edgy debut introducing Juniper Song, an amateur sleuth taking on the darkness in the veins of L.A. with razor-sharp wit and a breaking heart.

Juniper Song knows secrets–how to keep them and how...

Chapter and Hearse

Sloan & Crosby #20

by Catherine Aird

A wealthy businessman has died under suspicious circumstances. A Christmas with the family provides more drama than could be expected. A girl accuses the hospital of killing her grandmother. In 16th Century...

Celt and Pepper

Notre Dame Mysteries #6

by Ralph McInerny

Martin Kilmartin is a popular young Notre Dame professor and a promising poet, and as far as everyone on campus knows, he's off to visit his ancestral Ireland over winter break. It's a shocking moment when Professor...

Blood Ties

Father Dowling #26

by Ralph McInerny

Henry Dolan's granddaughter, Martha Lynch, adopted 23 years earlier, wants to find her birth parents. Her adopted parents are frantic over the idea of losing her, so Henry seeks out Father Dowling for help.


Year of the Dog

Detective Jack Yu #2

by Henry Chang

He’s been transferred to a different precinct, but Detective Jack Yu cannot get away from Chinatown’s criminals—his old friends—who have hooked up with the Hong Kong-based triads in an elaborate nationwide...

Wobble to Death

Sergeant Cribb #1

by Peter Lovesey

“A fine case of murder, projected against a compelling historical background.”—The New York Times Book Review

“Don’t miss this.”—Los Angeles Times

In 1879, race walking competitions, known as “wobbles,”...

Why We Die

by Mick Herron

The road to hell is paved with all sorts of intentions, as Oxford private investigator Zoë Boehm discovers when a straightforward jewelry store robbery turns out to be anything but.

When Tim Whitby checks into...

Where Petals Fall

by Shirley Wells

Praise for Shirley Wells:

“A deft combination of police procedural and psychological thriller.”—Kirkus Reviews

“A satisfying cross between a police procedural and a modern, slightly edgy British village...

When Red Is Black

Inspector Chen #3

by Qiu Xiaolong

Inspector Chen Cao of the Shanghai Police Bureau is taking a vacation, in part because he is annoyed at his boss, Party Secretary Li, but also because he has been made an offer he can’t refuse by Gu, a triad-connected...

Vita Nuova

Marshal Guarnaccia #14

by Magdalen Nabb

Daniela is a quiet single mother studying for a doctorate in chemistry. She rarely goes out, so her murder in her bedroom at the family’s new villa seems inexplicable. It is true that her mother, who appears...

Watcher in the Pine

by Rebecca Pawel

“Absolutely riveting. . . . Rebecca Pawel’s first act of surprising courage is to make her main character not one of the romantic Republicans of folk song and Hemingway story but an officer of their much-hated...

The Wandering Ghost

by Martin Limon

Praise for Martin Limón:

“It’s great to have these two mavericks back. . . . Mr. Limón writes with . . . wonderful, bleak humor, edged in pain, about GI life.”—The New York Times Book Review


The Torso

by Helene Tursten & Katarina Tucker

“The scenes in which Huss tracks her killer through the underbelly of Copenhagen are as good as Louise Welsh’s similarly creepy tour of Glasgow in The Cutting Room.”—Entertainment Weekly