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Stealing Shadows

Shadows #1, Bishop/Special Crimes Unit #1

by Kay Hooper

What if you can enter a madman's cruel mind as he plans his vicious crimes? What if you can see the terrified face of his prey as he moves in for the kill—but you can't stop his frenzy once he strikes?

Psychic...


The Vintage Caper

Sam Levitt #1

by Peter Mayle

From Hollywood to Marseille with delicious stops in between, Peter Mayle’s latest novel is filled with the culinary delights and entertaining characters that make him our treasured chronicler of French food...


The John Corey Collection: Plum Island, The Lion's Game, and Night Fall Omnibus

by Nelson DeMille

A digital-only omnibus of three Nelson DeMille novels featuring John Corey, a brilliant NYPD detective who becomes an FBI terrorist hunter.

PLUM ISLAND

Wounded NYPD homicide detective John Corey is convalescing...


A Christmas Garland: A Novel

Christmas Stories #10

by Anne Perry

“An annual treat,” declared The Wall Street Journal of Anne Perry’s Victorian-era holiday mysteries. Now she continues this magnificent tradition with A Christmas Garland, a yuletide tale set in exotic...


The Marseille Caper

by Peter Mayle

Lovable rogue and sleuth extraordinaire Sam Levitt is back in another beguiling, as-only-Peter-Mayle-can-write-it romp through the South of France.

At the end of The Vintage Caper, Sam had just carried off a...


Eleven Pipers Piping: A Father Christmas Mystery

Father Christmas Mysteries #2

by C. C. Benison

The welcome return of C. C. Benison’s delectable series featuring Father Tom Christmas—“an irresistible addition to the ranks of clerical sleuths” (Julia Spencer-Fleming)

 

Father Tom Christmas, the...


Corpse de Ballet

by Ellen Pall

It's not as if Juliet Bodine wishes that she'd stayed an English professor instead of becoming a successful romance novelist. It's just that writing, though interesting, is never easy, and she will do almost...


Slightly Abridged

by Ellen Pall

There's nothing like murder to cure a case of writer's block.

Regency romance writer Juliet Bodine is falling into despair. Instead of writing, she spends her days staring at the pages of her unfinished novel,...


My Sherlock Holmes

by Michael Kurland

For over a century, readers have thrilled to the exploits of Sherlock Holmes through the tales narrated by his sidekick and official chronicler, Dr. John Watson. But do Dr. Watson's tales really tell the true...


White Thunder

Ella Clah #10

by Aimee Thurlo & David Thurlo

FBI area supervisor Simmons asks the Navajo Tribal Police to help locate Andrew Thomas, a federal agent who disappeared after interrupting a Navajo ritual being performed by a group of medicine men or hataaliis...


Dead Man Riding

Nell Bray #10

by Gillian Linscott

After three years of traipsing across Europe with her lovesick, widowed mother, Nell Bray has finally found her way to Oxford University. There she has befriended the beautiful Imogen and the charming Midge....


Blood on the Wood

Nell Bray #11

by Gillian Linscott

When the suffragette movement is bequeathed a valuable painting by campaigner Philomena Venn, suffragette and amateur sleuth Nell Bray agrees to retrieve it. The plan is simple: Collect the picture from Philomena's...


The Perfect Daughter

Nell Bray #9

by Gillian Linscott

Verona North had seemed the perfect daughter. She'd surprised her friends by leaving her home to attend art school in London, but they'd thought it was a normal, youthful rebellion which wouldn't last very long....


Sherlock Holmes

by Michael Kurland

In 1891, Sherlock Holmes in a struggle with his arch-enemy, the Napoleon of Crime, Professor James Moriarty, plunged with him over the Reichenbach Falls to his inevitable death. All of England - indeed the entire...


Goodbye, Ms. Chips

Ellie Haskell #12

by Dorothy Cannell

“Ellie, the headmistress wants to see you.” 

Words to strike terror in the heart of any inmate of St. Roberta’s boarding school who has failed to turn in her Latin prep, left out London on a map drawn...


Murder Among the OWLS

Sheriff Dan Rhodes #14

by Bill Crider

It was the cat who “told” Sheriff Dan Rhodes that something was wrong. It ran into the house when he opened the door. His wife, Ivy, recognized the cat as belonging to their neighbor and told Dan to go check...


Bone Walker

Anasazi Mysteries #3

by Kathleen O'Neal Gear & W. Michael Gear

W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear, award-winning archaeologists and international bestselling authors, break extraordinary new ground in the riveting sequal to their bestselling The Summoning God. Bone...


A Death in the Venetian Quarter

Fools' Guild #3

by Alan Gordon

In 1203, the relative peace of the Byzantine Empire is imperiled when the ships of the Fourth Crusade show up outside the walls of Constantinople. Instead of traveling to the Holy Land to battle the infidels,...


Ride or Die

by Solomon Jones

Seventeen-year-old Keisha is the beautiful, sheltered daughter of an activist pastor with a checkered past. Handsome, ambitious Jamal-a street-savvy crack dealer-is the son of North Philly's most notorious drug...


My Lady Judge

Burren Mysteries #1

by Cora Harrison

In the sixteenth century, as it is now, the Burren, on the western seaboard of Ireland, was a land of gray stone forts, fields of rich green grass, and swirling mountain terraces. It was also home to an independent...