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Poison Blonde

Amos Walker #16

by Loren D. Estleman

An Amos Walker Novel

A sizzling Latina singer spells murder for Detroit's best P.I.

Who is Gilia Cristobal?

She's simply one of the hottest of hot Latina singers. Nothing in her life, however, is simple. In her...


Or the Bull Kills You

Chief Inspector Max Cámara #1

by Jason Webster

An accomplished debut mystery set in the high-stakes and decidedly murky world of bullfighting in Valencia, Spain

"Either you kill the bull, or the bull kills you." Chief Inspector Max Cámara thinks in proverbs,and...


Ringer

Morty Martinez #2

by Brian M Wiprud

Charged with recovering a sacred relic for his La Paz diocese, Morty Martinez hunts down a gold ring that rests on the finger of New York City billionaire Robert Tyson Grant. The holy quest lands Morty squarely...


Chihuahua of the Baskervilles

Gigi Chihuahua #1

by Esri Allbritten

When the glowing form of a beloved deceased Chihuahua appears, is it a ghost, or is someone teaching a dead dog new tricks – like murder?

 

Tripping Magazine is a quirky low-budget magazine that reports on...


The Barbary Dogs

Max Bravo #2

by Cynthia Robinson

Opera singer extraordinaire Max Bravo is back in this sequel to THE DOG PARK CLUB that explores both mysterious disappearances and misleading appearances.

Max Bravo is ready for some rest and relaxation. But...


Coffin Man

Charlie Moon #16

by James D. Doss

When Colorado rancher and part-time tribal investigator Charlie Moon gets a call from Wanda Naranjo, she’s panicked. Not only is her sink leaking, which Moon graciously fixes, but her sixteen-year-old daughter,...


A Corpse's Nightmare

Fever Devilin #6

by Phillip Depoy

"Storytelling at its finest...beguiling!" -- Kirkus Reviews (starred) on The Drifter's Wheel

Fever Devilin is killed by an intruder. He doesn’t stay dead - thanks to an emergency medical team - but he does...


Breaking Point

by Dana Haynes

"Haynes is a gifted writer who grabs you on page one and doesn't let you go until the final page." -- Nelson DeMille

Three NTSB experts - people brought in to help investigate whenever a plane goes down -...


The Corporal Works of Murder

Sister Mary Helen #10

by Carol Anne O'Marie

Poor Inspector Gallagher -- his premonition was right. Sister Mary Helen is once more in the middle of a homicide case. Not that she wants to be. No one would envy the poor nun, who finds herself holding a dying...


First Thrills

by International Thriller Writers

New York Times bestselling author Lee Child and the International Thriller Writers, Inc. present a collection of remarkable stories in First Thrills.  Showcasing many of the organization's bestselling authors...


Dear Miss Demeanor

Claire Malloy #3

by Joan Hess

Agatha Award-winning author Joan Hess, the prolific creator of the Claire Malloy and Maggody mysteries, is beloved for her clever sleuths, quirky characters, and her ingenious plotting. We invite you to enjoy...


Rendezvous Eighteenth

by Jake Lamar

Rendezvous Eighteenth marks the emergence of an exciting voice in crime fiction. Ricky Jenks gave up life in the U.S. years ago and is content, if not happy, with his life as a piano player in a small café...


Owls Well That Ends Well

Meg Langslow #6

by Donna Andrews

Meg Langslow was actually looking forward to renovating the old Victorian mansion she and her boyfriend Michael bought. But she wasn't thrilled by the lifetime of junk accumulated by the house's eccentric previous...


The Russian Hill Murders

Sarah Woolson #2

by Shirley Tallman

Though her own San Francisco law firm barely tolerates her, gutsy young attorney Sarah Woolson flouts proper feminine behavior in this nineteenth-century answer to Legally Blonde. While her mother begs her to...


Ranchero

by Rick Gavin

Repo man Nick Reid had a seemingly simple job to do: talk to Percy Dwayne Dubois— pronounced "Dew-boys," front-loaded and hick specific—about the payments he’s behind on for a flat screen TV, or repossess...


The Strange Death of Father Candy

by Les Roberts

Vietnam veteran Dominick Candiotti has been long estranged from his family. His late parents were close to the ruling mob clan in Youngstown, his sister was a bad-tempered and dissatisfied nag, and his middle...


A Killer's Christmas in Wales

Penny Brannigan #3

by Elizabeth J. Duncan

As the townsfolk of the Welsh valley town of Llanelen settle in for the snowiest winter in twenty-five years, an American stranger arrives. Harry Saunders charms the ladies, one of them in particular: Evelyn...


The Territory

Josie Gray #1

Tony Hillerman Prize 2010

by Tricia Fields

At the end of State Road 170 and just past a ghost town lies Artemis, population 2,500. The townspeople had sought out this remote corner of Western Texas in hopes of living lives of solitude and independence. None...


Chelsea Mansions

Brock and Kolla #11

by Barry Maitland

"Brock and Kolla's meticulous, psychologically astute sleuthing fascinates." --Entertainment Weekly on No Trace

The annual Chelsea Flower Show is one of the tourist highlights of London. But this year, the event...


The Chalice of Blood

Sister Fidelma #21

by Peter Tremayne

"If there is anyone who has emerged from the crowded field of medieval mysteries to take the place of the late Ellis Peters, it is Peter Tremayne." --Denver Post on Master of Souls

Ireland AD 670: When an eminent...