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Half Broken Things

by Morag Joss

A gripping tale of psychological suspense perfect for the readership of Minette Walters and Ruth Rendell, Half Broken Things is a novel that peers into the lives of three dangerously lost people…and the ominous...


Cut to the Chase: A Hollis Grant Mystery

by Joan Boswell

Danson Lafleur's been on a crusade to investigate deported criminals who return undetected to Canada, and now he's missing. Can he be the unidentified man in the morgue? Danson's desperate sister pleads with...


Murder, My Dear Watson: New Tales of Sherlock Holmes

by John Lellenberg, Daniel Stashower & Martin H. H. Greenberg

Eccentric, coldly rational, brilliant, doughty, exacting, lazy—in full bohemian color the world’s most famous literary detective and his loyal companion Dr. John Watson investigate a series of previously...


Goldilocks

by Andrew Coburn

Goldilocks is vintage Coburn, the Coburn of Sweetheart, The Babysitter, and Love Nest. This is a story of a New England town where all the deals have been quietly cut, the cops have traded their souls to crime...


Love Nest

by Andrew Coburn

The New York Times said of Andrew Coburn, "Natural storytellers are not too common, but Mr. Coburn is one." And Publishers Weekly praised his previous novel Sweetheart as "so good that it is almost criminal."...


Sweetheart

by Andrew Coburn

Andrew Coburn's The Babysitter was a bestseller; his previous book, Off Duty, was hailed by the New York Times Book Review as "a flawlessly plotted, stylishly written account The rewards are many and exceptional."...


Voices in the Dark

by Andrew Coburn

Bensington, Mass., the Boston bedroom suburb that was the scene of Andrew Coburn's acclaimed thriller No Way Home, is the setting of this new novel of thumbscrew suspense, explosive sex, and shattering revelation....


No Way Home

by Andrew Coburn

The first murder seemed senseless. The second death a tragic accident. And the killer...a total mystery to Chief of Police James Morgan. Chief Morgan's job had been, up to now, a cinch—his principal occupation...


Shack Road

by Hallam Whitney

A sharecropper's women... what a life they led a man!

Callie May, his wife, just couldn't help being friendly to strangers...a warm friendliness that was forever attracting strangers to her...

May Ellen, his...


The Wild Seed

by Hallam Whitney

The men couldn't stay away from Rosamae. At sixteen she was already a woman, brimming over with unfulfilled desires, eager to answer the call of love. But Cal Aiken was the only man who could stir her—and he...


Savage Love

by Whit Harrison

She was as lovely as a dark-hued orchid...

Exotic as the jungle ...

Nude as a flame...

She was his friend's wife, it did not matter.

He had a girl back home, it did not matter.

Nothing mattered, once he saw...


Don't Speak to Strange Girls

by Harry Whittington

"Tell yourself the cold truth—she's a tramp!"

Clay Stuart flinched. "I guess we've been enemies too long to be polite to each other, Kay."

Kay's voice was heated. "For years I've been your doormat, secretary,...


Heat of Night

by Harry Whittington

Hell broke loose in a heavenly way when he first laid eyes on the girl. She was ravishing and rare—a Cuban blonde with olive skin and deep, dark eyes.

A simple conquest—until he made the mistake of falling...


One Deadly Dawn

by Harry Whittington

As Public Relations Director for Twenty Grand Studios, Sam Howell knew that movie stars would do anything for their front-page write-up. So when Jack Roland got himself charged with murdering a scandal magazine...


A Woman on the Place

by Harry Whittington

From the moment Cousin Rosanne and her husband arrived from Alabama, Will Johnson was in for it. Outside, his orange crop was in danger, and now his troubles moved indoors as well.

Death and jealousy stood behind...


The Naked Jungle

by Harry Whittington

Only three survivors of the airliner crash landed on this deserted tropical island:

Webb, who bore in his heart the festering wound of an unfaithful woman.

Fran, who sought love and found only inescapable domination....


Mourn the Hangman

by Harry Whittington

Blake opened the door and took his first step into Hell. He had come to his apartment with a lilt in his walk, pleasantly burdened with candy and flowers. This was to be a reconciliation with his wife, Stella....


Drawn to Evil

by Harry Whittington

The vision of Liza Flynn was burned into my mind. My heart pounded. Here it was. Just what I had always been seeking. The big thrill.

I was going to find who killed her husband and the prize would be the loveliest...


The Brass Monkey

by Harry Whittington

The Brass Monkey!

Symbol of what evil was this leering, glittering little gibbon? What connection had it with the murder of Herb Baldwin? Why did it strike fear into ugly old Hattie Contona? Why was it hunted...


Slay Ride for a Lady

by Harry Whittington

Harry Nelson got Dan Henderson out of the pen for his own very special reasons. The price of Henderson's freedom was simple—he merely had to track down and find Nelson's voluptuous wife, Connice...

Henderson...