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We'll Always Have Parrots

Meg Langslow #5

by Donna Andrews

In We'll Always Have Parrots, Meg Langslow travels with her fiance Michael to a fan convention for Porfiria, Queen of the Jungle--a cheesy cult TV show on which Michael has a minor role. Michael hopes the weekend...


Point of Honour

Sarah Tolerance #1

by Madeleine E. Robins

On the mean streets of Regency London, a truly different adventure-with an unforgettable heroine

In a Regency London that isn't quite the one we know, young women of family whose reputations have been ruined...


Are You Nuts?

Tom & Scott #7

by Mark Richard Zubro

After a difficult summer, the last thing that gay high school teacher Tom Mason needs in the new school year is turmoil. But a conservative parents' group, "worried" about gay teachers corrupting the students,...


Ice Cap

Jackie Swaitkowski #3

by Chris Knopf

Crazy weather, crazy artists, organized crime, and digital wizardry all play a role in a murder mystery that could only happen in the Hamptons.

It’s the worst winter on record. Jackie Swaitkowski has made the...


Dead Scared

Lacey Flint #2

by Sharon Bolton, S.J. Bolton & S. J. Bolton

When a rash of suicides tears through Cambridge University, DI Mark Joesbury recruits DC Lacey Flint to go undercover as a student to investigate. Although each student’s death appears to be a suicide, the...


Rosa

Berlin Trilogy #3

by Jonathan Rabb

November 1918. A socialist revolution is sweeping across Germany, wreaking havoc on war-torn Berlin. Amid the ruin of the city's slums, four women are found dead—all with identical scars on their backs. Detective...


Death and Transfiguration

Daniel Jacobus #4

by Gerald Elias

The fourth book in the series featuring the irascible but loveable amateur sleuth Daniel Jacobus Vaclav Herza, the last of a dying breed of great but tyrannical conductors, has been music director of Harmonium...


Red Star Burning

Charlie Muffin #15

by Brian Freemantle

Britain’s MI5 tolerates Charlie Muffin because he’s their best field agent. What none of his colleagues knows, though, is that he is married to Natalia Fedova, a colonel in the FSB, the Russian intelligence...


Curse of the Jade Lily

Rushmore McKenzie #9

by David Housewright

A stolen gem with a tragic history, a curse and a million dollar ransom is Mac McKenzie’s latest case, in David Housewright's Curse of the Jade Lily Several years ago, Rushmore McKenzie became an unexpected...


Dead Man's Tunnel

Hook Runyon #3

by Sheldon Russell

Dead Man's Tunnel is the third installment in Sheldon Russell's 1940s series featuring yard dog Hook Runyon.

Near the end of WWII, Hook Runyon, railroad bull, and his dog, Mixer, are sent to the West Salvage...


A Holly, Jolly Murder

Claire Malloy #12

by Joan Hess

THE GIFT THAT GIVES ON GIVING. . .

With Farberville's college on holiday break, Claire Malloy's bookstore is quiet . . . deadly quiet. Breaking the silence is a little old lady looking for volumes on pagan rituals,...


Another Dead Teenager

Paul Turner #3

by Mark Richard Zubro

When two suburban high-school students are found murdered--both boys who were well respected and liked, with solid family lives and no apparent enemies--Detected Paul Turner is assigned the case. However as...


Dandy Gilver and an Unsuitable Day for a Murder

Dandy Gilver #6

Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel 2012

by Catriona McPherson

“Guaranteed to appeal to those who never got over the death of Dorothy L. Sayers.”

--Financial Times (UK)

 

Aristocratic and delightfully witty amateur sleuth Dandy Gilver was greeted with boisterous cheers...


Before and After

by Rosellen Brown

Beautifully written, compassionate and wise, Rosellen Brown’s novel is the extraordinary story of a family’s struggle to survive the throes of a tragedy. Before and After centers on Carolyn and Ben Reiser...


Master of Souls

Sister Fidelma #16

by Peter Tremayne

In January of 668 A.D., Fidelma of Cashel - sister to the king of Muman, an advocate of the Brehon law courts and a religieuse in the Celtic Church - is called to investigate the brutal murder of Abbess Faife...


The Borgia Mistress

The Poisoner Mysteries #3

by Sara Poole

From the author of Poison and The Borgia Betrayal, comes a new historical thriller, featuring the same intriguing and beautiful heroine: Borgia court poisoner, Francesca Giordano

Mistress of death Francesca...


Anatomy of a Murder

by Robert Traver

First published by St. Martin's in 1958, Robert Traver's Anatomy of a Murder immediately became the number-one bestseller in America, and was subsequently turned into the successful and now classic Otto Preminger...


A Simple Suburban Murder

Tom & Scott #1

by Mark Richard Zubro

Simple Suburban Murder is the book that started it all--the debut novel of Lambda Literary Award winner Mark Richard Zubro.

When a gay high school teacher starts investigating a colleague's murder, he finds beneath...


The Trust

by Norb Vonnegut

“Mr. Vonnegut dreams up diabolically elegant business crimes, then sends smart-talking characters to follow the money. He draws upon his own Wall Street experience (with Morgan Stanley, among other employers)...


A Dark Anatomy

Cragg & Fidelis #1

by Robin Blake

In 1740s England, the roots of evil run deep... The year is 1740. George II is on the throne, but England’s remoter provinces remain largely a law unto themselves. In Lancashire a grim discovery has been...