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Roux Morgue

by Claire M Johnson

Mary Ryan, San Francisco pastry chef, is happy to be teaching at her old alma mater. But she's barely in the door when she realizes that the teaching staff are at loggerheads with each other. Adding to her dismay,...


Beat Until Stiff

by Claire M Johnson

Experienced pastry chef Johnson whips up an insider's look at San Francisco's cut-throat restaurant trade. Cranky Mary Ryan has sunk a lot of time and talent into the in-vogue American Fare, the town's hottest...


Lone Star

by Ed Ifkovic

It's 1955, and Edna Ferber is basking in the success of her blockbuster novel Giant. Headed to Los Angeles, where director George Stevens and Warner Brothers Studio are in the final days of filming her Texas...


The Edge of the Gulf

by Hadley Hury

Laurel Beach is one of the last old-fashioned villages in the West Florida panhandle, one that has, so far, escaped commercial over-development. It presents both a haven and opportunity, and, this summer, it...


Deadly Descent

by Charlotte Hinger

Layers of deadly intrigue bind generations of families in historian Lottie Albright's Western Kansas community. When false accusations threaten senatorial candidate Brian Hadley's political career, secrets whispered...


Witch Cradle

by Kathleen Hills

January, 1951, while the country is in the grip of war in Korea, the threat of nuclear annihilation, and Senator Joe McCarthy's Red Scare, the residents of St. Adele, Michigan, are more concerned with staying...


Past Imperfect

by Kathleen Hills

A grizzled Lake Superior fisherman with a massive allergy to bees dies very early one morning alone on his boat. Was he stung to death? John McIntire, retired from a career in military intelligence and striving...


Rogue: An Ike Schwartz Mystery

by Frederick Ramsay

Ruth Harris, Sherriff Ike Schwartz's fiancée, is in-volved in a near fatal automobile accident. But Ike is convinced the crash was rigged. Even though he is embroiled in a close election, has no jurisdiction...


Hunter's Dance

by Kathleen Hills

Autumn in Michigan's Upper Peninsula means hunting season, and the fall of 1950 finds most everyone in St. Adele township hunting for something-deer, grouse, uranium; love, redemption, escape; a story, a husband,...


A Shot To Die For

by Libby Fischer Hellmann

In this fourth title in the Ellie Foreman mystery series, the Chicago documentary filmmaker finds herself in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Returning from a video shoot at the Lodge, a newly renovated, upscale resort,...


A Picture of Guilt

by Libby Fischer Hellmann

The big news story in Chi-cago is the murder trial of Johnny Santoro, a dock worker whose girlfriend has been killed. Most Chicagoans are betting on a quick guilty verdict, but Ellie Foreman has doubts about...


An Image of Death

by Libby Fischer Hellmann

Who knew that a career in video documentaries could lead to crime? Such is the fate of Chicago's Ellie Foreman whose shoots hook her up with misdeeds past and present. Here she is producing a video about foster...


An Eye For Murder

by Libby Fischer Hellmann

It begins in 1944 Prague, but the madness--and the murder--move on to contemporary Chicago where an old man has died. Then it goes to the North Shore suburbs where documentary filmmaker Ellie Fore-man gets a...


Server Down

by J M Hayes

Attending the Yaqui tribe's Easter Ceremonies in Tucson should be a dream come true for a Cheyenne-wannabe-shaman like Mad Dog. But immediately after his midnight arrival, he is accused of being a witch. Then...


Prairie Gothic

by J M Hayes

Benteen County, Kansas is a hellhole in summer of scorching heat and wind and turns even meaner in winter. As a howling blizzard blows down upon the sparsely-populated county seat of Buffalo Springs, Sheriff...


Plains Crazy

by J M Hayes

Nothing ever happens in Benteen County, Kansas. Then, on a perfect spring morning, a member of the reality TV program filming in a local pasture is found dead with a Cheyenne arrow sticking out of his back....


Mad Dog and Englishman: A Mad Dog & Englishman Mystery

by J M Hayes

Summer in Benteen, County, Kansas, is a season possessed of all the gentle subtlety of an act of war. Winter, of course, is no better, but remembrance of its frosts and blizzards and winds that begin to suck...


The Grey Pilgrim

by J M Hayes

A strikingly original plot blends unknown bits of real history with imagined incidents to create an unusual thriller. Its base is the last American Indian uprising in Arizona, occuring in October, 1940. At its...


Broken Heartland

by J M Hayes

Sleepy Benteen County, Kansas, turns frantic on election day. Sheriff English, better known as Englishman, faces his toughest re-election challenge yet. The radical religious right is out to unseat him, their...


Twice Buried: A Posadas County Mystery

by Steven F Havill

Bill Gastner, Undersheriff of Posadas County, knows ancient Anna Hocking didn't fall down her fruit cellar stairs by accident. He's also sure that elderly Reuben Fuentes knows nothing about the bodies scattered...