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The Coldest Blood

Philip Dryden #4

by Jim Kelly

A man lies hidden in an abandoned boat. Stifling his own screams, he draws a knife across his arm, letting the blood flow free. Soon he'll be dead - and life can begin again.

 

Three decades later, small-town...


Styx and Stones

Daisy Dalrymple #7

by Carola Dunn

In the 1920's, in post-WWI England, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple, newly married to Detective Inspector Alec Fletcher, is asked by her brother-in-law to discreetly investigate a series of poisoned pen letters...


Street Fighter

N.S. 'Shep' Ladderback & Andrea Cosicki #3

by Bill Kent

Neville Shepherd Ladderback, the Philadelphia Press's "old, dusty" obituary writer, is researching accountant Paul Small, a city legend in all things dealing with money, who was beaten to death with his own...


Evan's Gate

Constable Evan Mysteries #8

by Rhys Bowen

When Constable Evan Evans discovers a beautiful shepard's cottage in the mountains of Llanfair, Wales, he and his fiancée are thrilled. It's only months before their wedding and they are eager to begin their...


Damsel in Distress

Daisy Dalrymple #5

by Carola Dunn

It’s Spring 1923 and love is in bloom as the Honourable Phillip Petrie finds himself totally smitten with Miss Gloria Arbuckle, daughter of an American millionaire. But before the enthusiastic suitor can pop...


Dead in the Water

Daisy Dalrymple #6

by Carola Dunn

In July 1923, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple travels to Henley-on-Thames to visit her aunt and uncle, watch the annual intercollegiate rowing races, and spend a quiet weekend with her fiancé, Alec Fletcher...


The Sudoku Puzzle Murders

Puzzle Lady #9

by Parnell Hall

Cora Felton, the Puzzle Lady (who actually couldn’t solve a crossword puzzle to save her life), is surprisingly good at sudoku, so it’s no problem when a Japanese publisher asks her to write a sudoku book....


Our Lady of Darkness

Sister Fidelma #9

by Peter Tremayne

In mid-seventh-century Ireland, Sister Fidelma of Cashel-sister to the King of Muman, an advocate of Brehon Courts, and religieuse of the Celtic Church-returns hastily from a pilgrimage to the Shrine of St....


Smoke in the Wind

Sister Fidelma #11

by Peter Tremayne

In seventh-century Ireland, then the light of reason in a darkening world, Fidelma - a religious, advocate of the Brehon courts, and sister to the King of Muman - is an increasingly notable figure often called...


The Eye of the Abyss

by Marshall Browne

It is Germany, 1938, and Franz Schmidt is the chief auditor in a commercial bank in a provincial city. But as Schmidt will soon learn, the bank's prestigious new client, the Nazi party, is at once its least...


To Davy Jones Below

Daisy Dalrymple #9

by Carola Dunn

In late 1923 the newly married Daisy Dalrymple and Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard take an ocean voyage to America for their honeymoon. Accompanied by Daisy's childhood friend Phillip...


The Case of the Murdered Muckraker

Daisy Dalrymple #10

by Carola Dunn

In late 1923, the newly married Daisy Dalrymple and her husband Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard, come to America for a honeymoon visit. In the midst of a pleasure trip, however, both...


Fall of a Philanderer

Daisy Dalrymple #14

by Carola Dunn

In the summer of 1924, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher is off on a summer holiday by the sea with her step-daughter Belinda and Belinda's chum Deva, and her husband, Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher...


A Mourning Wedding

Daisy Dalrymple #13

by Carola Dunn

The inimitable Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher and her husband Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher seem to get a reprieve from their sleuthing duties when they are invited to the wedding of their friend, Lucy Fotheringay....


The Young Widow

Phillip Bethancourt & Jack Gibbons #1

by Cassandra Chan

A CHARMING WIDOW WITH A TROUBLING HISTORY

As if by magic, Annette Berowne seems capable of dazzling men from the moment she meets them. But when Annette becomes the primary suspect in her husband’s poisoning...


The Doctor Makes a Dollhouse Call

Dr. Andrew Fenimore #2

by Robin Hathaway

Emily and Judith Pancoast, elderly sisters, are the owners of a priceless dollhouse that is an exact replica of their Victorian home in a small seaside resort near Philadelphia. The dollhouse is inhabited by...


Death Wore White

Peter Shaw & George Valentine #1

by Jim Kelly

Rookie detective Peter Shaw, along with his chain-smoking, hard-as-nails, veteran partner, is confronted with a baffling crime that stretches his wits and nerves to the breaking point, in Jim Kelly’s quirky...


The Cold Blue Blood

Berger and Mitry #1

by David Handler

Mitch Berger, a top film critic with a major New York newspaper at a surprisingly young age, has become almost a recluse since his wife died one year ago. He spends his time secluded in his apartment or in the...


Rattle His Bones

Daisy Dalrymple #8

by Carola Dunn

In the summer of 1923, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple makes what should an uneventful research trip to the Museum of Natural History with her nephew Derek and her soon-to-be step-daughter Belinda in tow. But...


The Four Courts Murder

by Andrew Nugent

Justice Sidney Piggott was, everyone in Dublin's law professions agreed, designer-made for being throttled. If ever there was a judge more disliked---make that hated---in the courts of Ireland's capital city,...