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Chasing the Dragon

North Beach Mysteries #1

by Domenic Stansberry

A complicated, shadowy man in disgrace, Dante Mancuso leads a double life. Lately, though, the line he walks has become razor thin.

Dante works for The Company, a nebulous security organization operating just...


Let It Ride

by John McFetridge

“McFetridge channels Elmore Leonard at the height of his powers, with dialogue Quentin Tarantino would kill for.”—Ken Bruen The author of two critically acclaimed Canadian crime novels, with Let It Ride...


Peril at Somner House

Daphne du Maurier Mysteries #2

by Joanna Challis

After her adventures in Murder on the Cliffs, young Daphne du Maurier travels to a remote island off the coast of Cornwall to visit the estate of Lord and Lady Trevalyan. Somner House, enchanting amidst lush...


A Grave Talent

Edgar Allan Poe Award Best First Novel 1994

by Laurie R. King

THE FIRST BOOK IN THE KATE MARTINELLI MYSTERY SERIES

In Laurie R. King's Grave Talent, the unthinkable has happened in a small community outside of San Francisco. A series of shocking murders has occurred, the...


World's Greatest Sleuth!

Holmes On The Range #5

by Steve Hockensmith

In 1893, the Amlingmeyer boys venture forth from the west in response to a summons from Otto’s (“Big Red”) publisher— they are to come to Chicago immediately, to the World’s Columbian Exposition, and...


Agatha Raisin and the Potted Gardener

Agatha Raisin #3

by M. C. Beaton

Never say die. That's the philosophy Agatha Raisin clings to when she comes home to cozy Carsely and finds a new woman ensconced in the affections of her attractive bachelor neighbor, James Lacey. The beautiful...


She Shoots to Conquer

Ellie Haskell #13

by Dorothy Cannell

On a dark and foggy night, charming amateur sleuth Ellie Haskell, her husband Ben, and her plucky sidekick Mrs. Malloy find themselves stranded at a grand estate on the Yorkshire moors. Lord Belfrey of Mucklesfeld...


Last Nocturne

by Marjorie Eccles

What could make a successful, happily married man take a gun and shoot himself? What made a young artist on the brink of fame throw himself to his death?

These are the questions facing Chief Inspector Lamb and...


To Play the Fool

by Laurie R. King

Celebrated author Laurie R. King dazzles mystery lovers once again in this, her second Kate Martinelli mystery.

The story unfolds as a band of homeless people cremate a beloved dog in San Francisco's Golden...


With Child

by Laurie R. King

Adrift in mist-shrouded San Francisco mornings and alcohol-fogged nights, homicide detective Kate Martinelli can't escape the void left by her departed lover, who has gone off to rethink their relationship.  But...


Hark! The Herald Angel Screamed

Augusta Goodnight #6

by Mignon F. Ballard

It’s Christmastime in the seemingly tranquil town of Stone’s Throw, South Carolina, but amid all the caroling, cookies, and cheer, a murderer casts a not-so-jolly pall on the holiday season.

Augusta Goodnight,...


Sham Rock

Notre Dame Mysteries #13

by Ralph McInerny

The University of Notre Dame relies on Roger Knight, the rotund professor of Catholic Studies, and his brother Philip, a semiretired PI, to investigate certain delicate situations that could put the school in...


Fixation

Brian Hanson #2

by Mark Schorr

Edgar nominee Mark Schorr introduced detective Brian Hanson to rave reviews in Borderline. Now, in this thrilling follow-up, Hanson is back--risking his reputation and his life.

A Vietnam vet with post-traumatic...


Prodigal Son

by Thomas B. Cavanagh

Three months after he’s undergone surgery to remove a brain tumor, retired police detective Mike Garrity’s cancer is in remission. It’s great news, but when you’ve been planning to only live for a few...


The Bad Kitty Lounge

Joe Kozmarski #2

by Michael Wiley

Michael Wiley’s first novel, The Last Striptease, was nominated for a Shamus Award and hailed as “riveting” (The Chicago Tribune), “delightful” (Toronto Globe and Mail), and “hard-boiled fiction...


The Skeleton Man

Philip Dryden #5

by Jim Kelly

For seventeen years, the English hamlet of Jude’s Ferry has lain abandoned, used only for army training exercises. Before then, the isolated, thousand-year-old community was famous for one thing---having never...


Hazard

by Gardiner Harris

When a block of coal the size of a stove shoots out of the wall, miner Amos Blevins barely has time to react before the entire area is flooded with water. He frantically tries to rescue his crewmates, but in...


The Lost Witness

Lena Gamble #2

by Robert Ellis

With his novel City of Fire, Robert Ellis debuted a dynamic new character in Los Angeles detective Lena Gamble, but also captured a vivid picture of the city of Los Angeles. Readers and critics made City of...


Scary Stuff

Jane Wheel #6

by Sharon Fiffer

Antique picker Jane Wheel has always loved old stuff, from vintage salt and pepper shakers to other families’ old photos and orphaned Bakelite buttons, and she can’t really explain why. But she makes a living...


Murder on the Cliffs

Daphne du Maurier Mysteries #1

by Joanna Challis

The storm led me to Padthaway.

I could never resist the allure of dark swirling clouds, windswept leaves sweeping down cobbled lanes or a view of the sea stirring up its defiant nature. The sea possessed a power...