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Hell or High Water

Nola Cespedes Mysteries #1

by Joy Castro

A psychological thriller in the vein of Kate Atkinson and Tana French that introduces Nola Céspedes, an intense and spellbinding protagonist  Nola Céspedes, an ambitious young reporter at the Times-Picayune,...


Vengeance

by A.J. Scudiere

Nine years ago, Claymore Beller tried to do the right thing. It was the last thing he did. In retaliation for his efforts, his mafia bosses laid waste to his family. Only the youngest-Cynthia-came up fighting....


Cliff Walk

Liam Mulligan #2

by Bruce DeSilva

Prostitution has been legal in Rhode Island for more than a decade; Liam Mulligan, an old-school investigative reporter at dying Providence newspaper, suspects the governor has been taking payoffs to keep it...


Drop Dead Chocolate

Donut Shop Mysteries #7

by Jessica Beck

Drop Dead Chocolate

Jessica Beck

The whole town of April Springs is stirring over the upcoming mayoral election. Suzanne Hart’s mother, for one, is dead-set on replacing the current mayor…and what better way...


Murder With Puffins

Meg Langslow #2

by Donna Andrews

Winner of the St. Martin's Malice Domestic Award in 1997 for her first work Murder With Peacocks, Donna Andrews brings back her zany characters and disasterous events.

In an attempt to get away from her family,...


One Red Bastard

by Ed Lin

In One Red Bastard, Ed Lin's thrilling sequel to the highly acclaimed Snakes Can’t Run, “reminiscent of Elmore Leonard… Compulsively readable” (Don Lee), it’s the fall of 1976. New York's Chinatown...


Some Like It Hawk

Meg Langslow #14

by Donna Andrews

Meg helps run Caerphilly's summer arts and crafts festival while trying to smoke out a murderer—turn up the heat, because Some Like it Hawk!         

The hilariously funny Donna Andrews delivers another...


In for a Ruble

Turbo Vlost #2

by David Duffy

A pulse-pounding mystery featuring Russian-American detective Turbo Vlost, the deadliest ex-KGB operative to ever hit New York

Turbo Vlost is back. He’s depressed, drinking too much, and terrified that the...


Crouching Buzzard, Leaping Loon

Meg Langslow #4

by Donna Andrews

Poor Meg Langslow. She's blessed in so many ways. Michael, her boyfriend, is a handsome, delightful heartthrob who adores her. She's a successful blacksmith, known for her artistic wrought-iron creations. But...


Revenge of the Wrought-Iron Flamingos

Meg Langslow #3

by Donna Andrews

Every year, Yorktown, Virginia, relives its role in the Revolutionary War by celebrating the anniversary of the British surrender in 1781. This year, plans include a re-enactment of the original battle and a...


The Stolen Bride

The Arthurian Mysteries #4

by Tony Hays

Malgwyn ap Cuneglas is counselor to Arthur, High King of the Britons. When he accompanies his liege to the West to broker a deal between warring tribes they come across a scene of utmost depravity and murder...


The Broken Shore

Gold Dagger Award 2007

by Peter Temple

Peter Temple is currently being hailed as the finest crime writer in Australia, but it won't be long before he is recognized as what he really is--one of the nation's finest writers, period. Born in South Africa,...


Petty Treason

Sarah Tolerance #2

by Madeleine E. Robins

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a Fallen Woman

of good family must, soon or late, descend to whoredom.

Miss Sarah Tolerance refuses to follow the path of the Fallen Women who have gone before her....


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...