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Tumbling Down

by Marylyn Palmer

Tumbling Down is a mystery novel from new author Marylyn Palmer that takes readers into a world of misadventure, intrigue and murder. A clash of personalities and a grudge about not getting a job, lead the supervisor...


Balance of Power

by Richard North Patterson

Richard North Patterson’s masterful portrayals of law and politics at the apex of power have made him one of our most important writers of popular fiction. Combining a compelling narrative, exhaustive research,...


The Finder

by Alex Woolf

Introducing Waldo Mars - former model, failed inventor, and the best finder east of Alpha Centauri, or at least Uxbridge. Waldo is impeded, rebuked and generally resented at every turn by his put-upon assistant,...


Read My Lips

by Bernard Veale

Frederick Huntsman had a tough childhood. He was deaf for five years before his hearing was restored. His schoolmates shunned him and he never had a girlfriend in high school but this painful past left him with...


Willie the Actor

by David Barry

Glancing quickly over the bar, he saw the bartender lying face down in a pool of blood, senselessly gunned down simply because he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. New York City in the prohibition era,...


The Rules of the Game

by Leonard Jr Downie

From Leonard Downie Jr., longtime editor of The Washington Post, an eye-opening novel of corruption, deception, and intrigue in our nation’s capital.

Sarah Page, a rising star at the Washington Capital, has...


Sand Pail City

by Daniel Printz

'Marshall Brickman, mayor of Sand Pail City, can't escape his past when a newcomer evokes some bitter feelings that could cause the downfall of his political and entrepreneurial empire. During the eighties,...


And Hope to Die: An Arab and Andy Blake Mystery

by Richard Powell

''When my wife Arabella and I decided to take our summer vacation in Florida, I dreamed of lying under a coconut palm sipping a cool drink while Arab lovingly fanned a breeze my way. I have had dreams of that...


Brain Guy: A Gang Killer Meets His Match in a TNT Blonde

by Benjamin Appel

Brain Guy rips the lid off New York's underworld—a trip-hammer novel about a gang killer in Hell's kitchen and the expensive women who took him to the top.


Lay That Pistol Down: An Arab and Andy Blake Mystery

by Richard Powell

Andy Blake is no sooner married to Arab that he realizes his home is not a love nest but an arsenal. True, the fragile, blonde Arabella had won prizes only in shotgun contests, but she didn't discriminate against...


All Over But the Shooting: An Arab and Andy Blake Mystery

by Richard Powell

Fifteen minutes after Arab Blake joined her husband Andy in Washington, she managed to get him conked into insensibility. And the moment he rose from the sidewalk he found himself entangled in a spine-tingling...


A Shot in the Dark

by Richard Powell

Johnny Edwards is fishing when he gets Tony's letter from Cuba. Tony is in trouble and urgently needs Johnny down in Havana. But Johnny stalls—ashamed to admit to his former war buddy that he has been living...


Shark River

by Richard Powell

Perhaps only a temporary separation from Arab and Andy? For this, along the Kelland peace-at-any-price-hero formula tells of Pete Cameron's attempts to learn the truth about the loss of his father's resort at...


Birds of a Feather: A Jack Taggart Mystery

by Don Easton

Undercover detective Jack Taggart infiltrates a Mexican drug cartel while investigating the disappearance of a young Canadian woman. Entering Mexico against the orders of his superiors, Taggart is closing in...


Only Child: A Burke Novel

Burke #14

by Andrew Vachss

It’s been years since Burke has been home, years since he’s seen his “family” and worked in the underbelly of New York City. Although his appearance has changed, his reputation grown dusty and his wallet...


Shell Game

by Richard Powell

Bill Stuart is vacationing in Florida, collecting shells, when one evening he stumbles upon a beautiful young woman hiding under a fishing pier on a deserted beach. Undaunted by her cock-eyed story, he offers...


Dark Assassin: A Novel

William Monk & Hester Latterly #15

by Anne Perry

On a patrol boat near Waterloo Bridge, police superintendent William Monk notices a young couple engaged in an intense discussion. Seconds later, the two plunge to their deaths in the icy waters of the Thames....


The Map Thief: A Novel

by Heather Terrell

Beijing, China, 1421: It is a momentous time for the Ming Dynasty. Honoring the completion of the Forbidden City, a fleet of unprecedented size sets sail under Admiral Zheng He. Zheng’s mission is to chart...


Last of the Dixie Heroes

by Peter Abrahams

Roy Hill married the girl of his dreams, dotes on his eleven-year-old son, and is next in line for a big promotion in the Atlanta office of a global corporation. Then, almost imperceptibly at first, everything...


Hoodwinked - the spy who didn't die

by Lowell Green & Tina Renard-Offner &

The voice on the tape recordings is that of an old man we all believe is dead. His incredible story whips us along on a fascinating, engrossing speedboat ride so entirely believable that readers are left wondering...