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Armor of God

by Paul Block & Robert Vaughan

Father Michael Flannery is Keeper of the Sign, prophesied to bring the gospel of peace to the world. On his way to New York for a landmark symposium of the world's largest religious groups, Flannery barely escapes...


Betrayers

Nameless Detective #35

by Bill Pronzini

We're told that there are seven deadly sins; not on the list is the deadliest of them all: Betrayal. For each of the detectives at the agency, a betrayal--personal, against a child, against the elderly--becomes...


Red Lightning

Larry Cole series #5

by Hugh Holton

When scientist Jonathan Gault is fired from his high-paying job at a military research facility, he is desperate to find new sponsors for his bizarre experiments. Gault's new racket is a deadly home security...


The Deadliest Art

by Norman Bogner

Michel Danton, the brilliant investigator-hero of To Die in Provence, is back with a vengeance. Badly wounded the summer before, he is getting ready to marry Jennifer Bowen, the beautiful American art professor...


Bright Futures

Lew Fonesca #5

by Stuart M. Kaminsky

Lovable everyman Lew Fonesca, the Man Who Makes Things Work in Sarasota, is once again faced with cases that try his patience and test his sanity.

A local curmudgeon who has been campaigning to end state-sponsored...


Boca Knights

Eddie Perlmutter #1

by Steven M. Forman

In a debut novel sure to both excite passions and elicit laughter, a different kind of hero emerges in that most unlikely criminal hotbed: Boca Raton.

Eddie Perlmutter, whose early exploits are chronicled in...


Sonora

by E. Howard Hunt

Jack Novak is a smart, savvy hero for today. Novak isn't afraid to let the bullets fly or let the bad guys get what's coming to them.

The year the Guadalajara cartel tortured and murdered Kiki Camarena, Jack...


Skyscraper

by Faith Baldwin & Elizabeth Hess

An exciting career in a skyscraper--daring intrigue--or marriage to a regular joe? What's a girl to do?


The Hot Country

by Robert Olen Butler

In The Hot Country, Christopher Marlowe Cobb (“Kit”), the swashbuckling early 20th century American newspaper war correspondent travels to Mexico in April and May of 1914, during that country’s civil war,...


Murder of a Smart Cookie: A Scumble River Mystery

Scumble River Mysteries #8

by Denise Swanson

Yard sales can bring out the worst in people. So when Scumble River school psychologist Skye Denison organizes a 100-mile yard sale, otherwise neighborly folk get downright nasty: her own mother creams a woman,...


Murder Of A Snake In The Grass

Scumble River Mysteries #4

by Denise Swanson

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.


Wake Up and Scream

by Milton K. Ozaki

Something was wrong, terribly wrong.

Terror froze her for a moment, and in that moment of horror a fist smashed into her face. There was nothing in that dark room but her trembling body and the nightmare.

She...


Bring Him Back Dead

by Day Keene

He was as rare as a three-dollar bill . . . an honest man in the town of French Bayou - that was crowding Phenix City out of corruption's first place.

He was young Deputy Sheriff Andy Latour, with enough stern...


It's a Sin to Kill

by Day Keene

She lived fast . . . and she loved fast.Everyone who knew Helene Camden had a good reason for wanting her dead:

  • Hal Camden - her husband, who knew she was two-timing him all over Florida
  • Tom Ferris - who knew...


The Big Kiss-Off

by Day Keene

Cade Cain was back in town after two years in a Communist prison camp. His first night home he'd been beaten by a sadistic hoodlum and warned to get out of town fast. Now someone had planted a bullet-riddled...


Carnival of Death

by Day Keene

On the day they gave the money away . . . the shopping center was a scene of confusion. A carnival had been set up nearby, and now a clown was throwing coins and bills to the eager crowd.

Suddenly the gay scene...


Too Black for Heaven

by Day Keene

She had a plan . . .

She would find the man that had done this terrible thing to her.

She would get into her cream-colored Cadillac and drive until she came to Blairville - his town.

She would look for his house...


Inquest

by Milton K. Ozaki

Author's Note --

Some may think this is a cruel and shocking story. It is cruel, though, only in the sense that men are cruel, for men motivated the events which I have described here. And it is shocking only...


Case of the Cop's Wife

by Milton K. Ozaki

The Operation was planned carefully because these men were professionals in the sciences of death, terror and violence.

More than a hundred thousand dollars was at stake, and they had to be sure nothing would...


Case of the Deadly Kiss

by Milton K. Ozaki

He followed her for a block . . . swiftly and silently. As she neared the park, he smiled tightly and began to close in.

When she reached the park, she began to run across the frozen ground. Her head was down...