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The Torch of Tangier

by Aileen Baron

War time Tangier, policed by Franco's Guardia Civil, thick with many nationalities including Germans and Allies, bitter with the insults of Colonialism, is a dangerous place. Archaeologist Lily Sampson, recruited...


A Pinchbeck Bride

by Stephen Anable

A young woman is found strangled in Mingo House, a morbid brownstone museum in Boston's Back Bay. Strangely, she was dressed in Victorian finery as if for high tea. Dubbed the "Victorian Girl" by the media,...


South Phoenix Rules

by Jon Talton

A handsome young New York professor comes to Phoenix to research his new book. But when he's brutally murdered, police connect him to one of the world's most deadly drug cartels. This shouldn't be a case for...


Dead Lift

by Rachel Brady

Single mom Emily Locke is building a new life with her daughter. Hoping to spend more time at home, she's relocated to Houston and put her career on hold to work part-time for her private investigator friend,...


Reapers: A Botswana Mystery

by Frederick Ramsay

The World Cup, which arrives in June, has ripple effects on all South Africa's neighbors. The arrival of soccer fans, team owners, sponsors, and world dignitaries makes southern Africa, particularly Botswana,...


Fatal Undertaking

by Mark de Castrique

"You want to borrow a casket?" Funeral director and part-time sheriff Barry Clayton finds Jaycee member Archie Donovan's request absurd until he learns the casket will be the centerpiece of the Jaycees' haunted...


A Butterfly in Flame

by Nicholas Kilmer

Stillton Academy on the coast north of Boston is in trouble. The academy's days are numbered unless extraordinary help arrives. Worse, a Stillton instructor has purportedly dis-appeared with a female first-year...


Negative Image

by Vicki Delany

As the mountain town of Trafalgar, British Columbia, shakes off a long hard winter, famous photographer Rudolph Steiner arrives to do a feature on mountain tourism. Steiner is accompanied by his assistant and...


Roman Games

Plinius Secundus Mysteries #1

by Bruce Macbain

Rome: September, 96 AD. When the body of Sextus Verpa, a notorious senatorial informer and libertine, is found stabbed to death in his bedroom, suspicion falls on his household slaves-a potential death sentence...


Valley of Dry Bones

by Priscilla Royal

In the late summer of 1274, King Edward has finally been anointed England's ruler, and his queen contemplates a pilgrimage in gratitude for their safe return from Outremer, a journey that will include a stay...


Flash Flood

by Susan Slater

Dan Mahoney, insurance investigator, lands in Tatum, New Mexico where several prize cattle on the famed Double Horseshoe Ranch have mysteriously died. The claims put a lot of money at stake for Dan's company....


The Koala of Death

by Betty Webb

When zoo keeper Theodora "Teddy" Bentley fishes the body of Koala Kate out of Gunn Landing Harbor, she discovers that her fellow zoo keeper didn't drown; she was strangled. The clues to Koala Kate's killer implicate...


The Scorpion's Bite

by Aileen Baron

It is 1943 and the world is at war. Archaeologist Lily Sampson has been sent to Trans-Jordan by the OSS, along with Gideon Weil, the famous director of the American School of Archeology in Jerusalem. As part...


Five O'Clock Shadow

by Susan Slater

From an author described by Kirkus as "lively, surprising" comes Five O'Clock Shadow with its puzzler of a plot tied to colorful New Mexico. As the great balloon bearing the image of a clock swoops across the...


Did Not Survive

by Ann Littlewood

Iris Oakley, pregnant and still recovering from her husband's murder, wants only to carry on as a keeper at Finley Memorial Zoo in Vancouver, Washington. But she is confronted with a terrifying situation: alone...


Crying Blood

by Donis Casey

In the autumn of 1915, Shaw Tucker, his brother James, and their sons, go on a hunting trip to the derelict farm his stepfather had bought years before. Instead of a quail, Shaw's dog, Buttercup, retrieves an...


Comes a Time for Burning: A Dr. Thomas Parks Mystery

by Steven F Havill

It's 1892. Busy stitching and bandaging lumberjacks' in-juries, young Dr. Thomas Parks has no idea that his worst enemy is lurking in the sleepy village of Port McKinney in the spring of 1892. When one of the...


Double Prey: A Posadas County Mystery

by Steven F Havill

A rattlesnake fang pegged in a teenager's eye is just the beginning of a spring day for Posadas County Undersheriff Estelle Reyes-Guzman. The injured lad's older brother goes missing, and is found dead in an...


Big Wheat

by Richard A Thompson

The summer of 1919 is over, and on the high prairie, a small army of men, women, and machines moves across the land, bringing in the wheat harvest. Custom threshers, steam engineers, bindlestiffs, cooks, camp...


Beware the Solitary Drinker

by Cornelius Lehane

Worlds within worlds-enter into a very special culture with unwritten rules... Brian McNulty, veteran bartender at Oscar's on the Upper West Side, respects his customer's privacy. And their space. But when one--a...