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The Broken Doll

by Jack Webb

Million dollar heiress is kidnapped by an unusual pair-a blonde and aex-con-who demand ransom or they will make sure death strikes their victim!

Electrifying, terrifying, spine-tingling, Red-hot mystery thriller...


The Brass Halo

by Jack Webb

Out of the night, she came. She walked into Augie's place and she sand. Lord, how she sang. She wrapped her voice around a song and the customers loved it.

Then, suddenly she disappeared. She walked out of the...


The Bad Blonde

by Jack Webb

Love brought them together-the mysterious blonde and the bitter, lonely piano player.

Murder stood between them-her secret, reluctant role as an accomplice in the vicious plot that caused to brutal slayings!

A...


Absolute Zero Cool

by Declan Burke

Winner of the Crimefest 2012 Goldsboro Last Laugh Award Billy Karlsson needs to get real. Literally. A hospital porter with a sideline in euthanasia, Billy is a character trapped in the purgatory of an abandoned...


Fire on the Moon: A Novel of Terror

by V. J. Banis

Jennifer's dream vacation in sunny Portugal has suddenly turned into an unending nightmare! The two brothers she encounters are bound by the same strange family heritage: a fascination with fire. Jennifer is...


Situation Tragedy

Charles Paris #7

by Simon Brett

West End TV are planning a new sit-com series called The Strutters and Charles Paris has landed the role of a golf club barman. But when, one by one, members of the production crew start falling victim to mysterious...


Murder Unprompted

Charles Paris #8

by Simon Brett

As understudy to the lead in a West End play, Charles Paris's thespian and detective skills are called upon once again when the lead is shot dead on stage on the opening night. The suspects range from a jealous...


Is it Still Murder Even if She Was a Bitch?

by Robin Leemann Donovan

Donna Leigh owns an Omaha ad agency. She is also an energetic and somewhat sardonic menopausal woman. When a former colleague is murdered, Donna becomes the chief amateur sleuth so her toxic relationship with...


Hot Cargo

by G.H. Otis

The ship was a seam-splitting, creaking, leaking, stinking barge.

It would get by.

The captain was a fat, foul-mouthed, drunken bum.

He'd do.

The crew was cutthroat, cunning, and crooked.

It did its work.

And the...


At End of Day

by George V. Higgins

In his final novel George V. Higgins provides us with yet another searing and enthralling dissection of the Boston underworld.

 

Arthur McKeach and Nick Cistaro are notorious, especially to the Boston police...


Bomber's Law

by George V. Higgins

A winding tale of suspicion and intrigue, George V. Higgins skillfully recounts the story of elusive Short Joey Mossi.

 

When detective sergeant Harry Dell’Appa went into enforced exile in the Berkshires...


The Pariot GAme

by George V. Higgins

Fast-talking, hard-living politicians, priests, smugglers and thieves play the game of the Boston streets in George V. Higgins’ The Patriot Game.

 

Federal agent Pete Riordan is as tough as they come; he’s...


Trust

by George V. Higgins

The characters truly speak for themselves in George V. Higgins’ chilling tour de force about deceit, blackmail and the importance of paying one’s dues.

 

Ultimate recidivist Earl Beale has learnt little...


Outlaws

by George V. Higgins

Gripping and entertaining, George V. Higgins delivers a compelling and uncomfortably realistic account of the way society and the law really function.

 

It’s been a decade since the turbulent 60s and policeman...


To Fear a Painted Devil

by Ruth Rendell

Gossip in tiny Linchester is raised to new heights when young Patrick Selby dies on the night of his beautiful wife's birthday party. The whole neighborhood was there, witness to the horrible attack of wasps...


Best Man to Die

Inspector Wexford #4

by Ruth Rendell

Who could have suspected that the exciting stag party for the groom would be the prelude to the murder of his close friend Charlie Hatton? And Charlie's death was only the first in a string of puzzling murders...


Talking to the Dead: A Novel

by Harry Bingham

A mesmerizing and thrilling novel—perfect for fans of Tana French and Stieg Larsson—that introduces a modern, unforgettable rookie cop whose past is as fascinating and as deadly as the crimes she investigates....


The Light Keeper's Legacy

by Kathleen Ernst

An island’s history holds clues to a modern murder

Solitude at last! Museum curator Chloe Ellefson jumps at the chance to spend time on Wisconsin’s Rock Island, a state park with no electricity or roads....


Drop Dead on Recall

by Sheila Webster Boneham

When a top-ranked competitor keels over at a dog obedience trial, photographer Janet MacPhail is swept up in a maelstrom of suspicion, jealousy, cut-throat competition, death threats, pet-napping, and murder....


December Dread

by Jess Lourey

Four shining stars for the Murder-By-Month Mystery series

‘Tis the season for grinning sales-elves on TV and maddeningly jolly muzak. But for Mira James and other Battle Lake-area women, the holidays are marred...