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Southern Poison

Jersey Barnes #2

by T. Lynn Ocean

The last time Jersey Barnes tried to quit her career as a security specialist and leave home without a weapon, she ended up in the middle of a high-stakes cover-up and a scheme to steal millions from hardworking...


The Ragged End of Nowhere

Tony Hillerman Prize 2008

by Roy Chaney

Bodo Hagen thought his family had left Las Vegas for good. He had joined the CIA and moved to Berlin, while his younger brother had followed in their father’s footsteps and joined the French Foreign Legion....


Death Was in the Picture

by Linda L. Richards

In 1931, while most of Los Angeles is struggling to survive the Depression, the business of Hollywood is booming. And everyone wants a piece. The movies have always been cutthroat and, as girl Friday Kitty Pangborn...


Losing Ground

Sloan & Crosby #22

by Catherine Aird

"Fans have waited two years for another of Aird's Calleshire County police procedurals, and if you like golf, this well-crafted whodunit was especially worth the wait….Full of poetical, biblical and Shakespearian...


The Amber Knight

by Katherine John

This fast-paced action thriller is a multi-layered story that spans eight countries, from Medieval Germany and Prussia to present day Poland and the USA. It is centred on the legend of the Amber Knight - a beloved...


Chilling Effect

by Marianne Wesson

Equal parts courtroom drama, intellectual journey, and character study, Chilling Effect is Marianne Wesson's most provocative Lucinda Hayes mystery to date. When attorney Lucinda Hayes reluctantly agrees to...


Body Count

Father Koesler #14

by William Kienzle

"As regular as the solstice, Kienzle annually provides a new Catholic whodunit, inviting the readers to shut out the rest of the world and spend a few absorbing hours watching his venerable alter ego, Koesler,...


Chameleon

Father Koesler #13

by William Kienzle

"An intriguing blend of glory and gore from the master of the theological mystery."—Booklist

"As usual, Kienzle's book is graced by fine touches." —Chicago Tribune

From William X. Kienzle, author of the classic...


Corporate Bodies

Charles Paris #14

by Simon Brett

Taking on his most unlikely performing assignment yet: 'forklift-driver-for-a-day' in the Delmoleen company corporate video, Charles Paris discovers - to his horror - that a forklift can lead to death. Industrial...


What Bloody Man Is That

Charles Paris #12

by Simon Brett

Charles Paris is on his way up again, career-wise. No longer 'resting', he finds himself doubling almost every role in a provincial production of the play dreaded by superstitious theatre folk: Macbeth. Yet...


Dead Giveaway

Charles Paris #11

by Simon Brett

A brief appearance on a TV game show, 'If the Cap Fits', means a day's pay, a few interesting contacts and a chance to visit the West End Television bar - not the least of incentives for a man of Charles Paris's...


Looking for Yesterday

Sharon McCone #29

by Marcia Muller

Three years ago, Caro Warrick was acquitted for the murder of her best friend Amelia Bettencourt, but the lingering doubts of everyone around Caro are affecting her life. Sharon McCone is confident that she...


A Mystery of the Underground (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , John Oxenham

John Oxenham was a prolific writer, producing more than 40 novels, a number of books of verse, a large body of poetry, and short fiction. His collection Bees in Amber: A Little Book of Thoughtful Verse (1913)...


Once Upon a Train (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Craig Rice

Craig Rice was a popular mystery author of the mid-20th century, penning twenty novels and many short stories. She had a devoted readership, and in 1946 became the first mystery writer to appear on the cover...


The Mysterious Death on the Underground Railway (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Baroness Emmuska Orczy

Baroness Emmuska Orczy found fame with her classic 1903 play The Scarlet Pimpernel. However, she was also a prolific and popular writer of short fiction. 'The Mysterious Death on the Undergound Railway' is arguably...


The Elusive Bullet (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , John Rhode

Despite starting out life as an officer in the British army, Cecil Street went on to become a successful author of detective fiction. His most famous crime-solver, Dr. Priestly, featured in almost fifty novels,...


Dr. Morelle Meets Murder: Classic Crime Stories

by Ernest Dudley

Here is another collection of the strange adventures of Doctor Morelle, that most sardonic of detectives, in a sequence of eight intriguing episodes from the Doctor's casebook. The Doctor meets both brutal and cunning murders and murderers, ranging from a man battered to death with a heavy brass object to a woman poisoned with cyanide. Morelle investigates in his inimitable, cerebral, and biting style. He is aided--or sometimes handicapped--by his gentle, timorous assistant, Miss Frayle--who in this volume finally tells gets her backbone up and tells her employer that ?enough is enough!? Finding a new secretary--or keeping the old one--proves to be one of the most difficult mysteries that Dr. Morelle has ever had to solve! Great classic British crime stories....


The Saint of San Francisco

by Jerry Sacher

Saint of San Francisco

After finding himself still depressingly single on his thirty-second birthday, Jeremy Haniver accepts an invitation to move to San Francisco. Though he falls in love with the Castro and...


No Greater Freedom

by Tom Edwards

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The setting for No Greater Freedom encompasses South Africa and those East African countries as far up as Kenya. Some of the action takes place in the Comores and the Maldive Islands and parts of...


In Transit

by Kathleen Gerard

When a psychic in a shopping mall tells Rita Del Vecchio that she is "destined for greatness," and she will "marry a man in uniform," the restless, wet-behind-the-ears, 22 year-old decides to finally take control...