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The Silver Chariot Killer: The Lindsey & Plum Detective Series, Book Six

by Richard A. Lupoff

WHEN A MAN'S PARTNER IS KILLED... So begins one of the most famous quotations in all of crime fiction. And just as the murder of Sam Spade's partner, Miles Archer, sets off the quest in the great Dashiell Hammett's...


The Cover Girl Killer: The Lindsey & Plum Detective Series, Book Five

by Richard A. Lupoff

Who WAS that gorgeous model? When a helicopter loses power and plunges into the icy waters of scenic Lake Tahoe, killing its only passenger, millionaire Albert Crocker Vansittart, what looks like a routine claim...


The Classic Car Killer: The Lindsey & Plum Detective Series, Book Two

by Richard A. Lupoff & Donald E. Westlake

A 1928 DUESENBERG! Most of them were rich, most of them were beautiful, and now one of them was dead in an unexpected and particularly nasty way. Oh, and a perfectly maintained, priceless 1928 Duesenberg Phaeton,...


The Bessie Blue Killer: The Lindsey & Plum Detective Series, Book Three

by Richard A. Lupoff

During World War II, due to a shortage of qualified pilots, Uncle Sam began a program of training thousands of military pilots. Among these were the Tuskegee Airmen, a unit of African-Americans eager to fly...


The Emerald Cat Killer: The Lindsey & Plum Detective Series, Book Eight

by Richard A. Lupoff

THEIR LAST BOW. A cache of stolen comic books had originally brought insurance man Hobart Lindsey and police officer Marvia Plum together. They were as different as different could be: he, a diffident suburban...


One Murder at a Time: A Casebook: The Lindsey & Plum Detective Series, Book Nine

by Richard A. Lupoff

Is it really over? Have Hobart Lindsey and Marvia Plum solved their last case? Lindsey, the mild-mannered bachelor insurance adjuster. Plum, the tough inner-city cop and single mom. You can hardly think of an...


Open and Shut

by J. R. Lindermuth

Domestic disturbance calls to the residence of Booth and Stacey Keiser aren't uncommon. Keiser, a State Police trooper, is known for his volatile temper, and his wife has often been the target for his rage....


One Through the Heart

by Kirk Russell

The explosive new Ben Raveneau thriller|Bones in a backyard bomb shelter reactivate a San Francisco cold case and a painful connection for Raveneau after missing Ann Coryell's desperate call for help a decade...


Blood Brotherhood

by Robert Barnard

Old church meets new with a vengeance when a monk is brutally murdered at St. Botolph’s.


A City of Strangers

by Robert Barnard

In A City of Strangers, Barnard creates one of his most memorable characters ever; the dreadful Jack Phelan. Dirty, potbellied, vulgar, selfish, Jack is a man everyone loves to hate. And the rest of his family...


Death of an Old Goat

by Robert Barnard

Professor Belville-Smith had bored university audiences in England with the same lecture for fifty years. Now he was crossing the Australian continent, doing precisely the same. Never before had the reaction...


Soft Money

by Ken Wishnia & Gary Phillips

Officer Filomena Buscarela has traded in her uniform for the many joys and trials of being a single parent, but her passion for justice burns as hot as ever in this second installment of the critically acclaimed...


The Midnight Choir

by Gene Kerrigan

“An absorbing, beautifully written tale.”—The Times

A sophisticated crime story of contemporary Ireland, The Midnight Choir teems with moral dilemmas and Dublin emerges as a city of ambiguity: a newly-scrubbed...


Little Criminals

by Gene Kerrigan

Frankie Crowe is not one of the great criminal masterminds. A small time thug, he thinks—to the extent he can—that kidnapping one of Dublin’s newly rich businessmen just may be the low risk fast track...


The Man on the Balcony

Martin Beck #3

by Maj Sjowall & Per Wahloo

The chilling third novel in the Martin Beck mystery series by the internationally renowned crime writing duo Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö, finds Martin Beck investigating a string of child murders.In the once...


Undercurrent

by Pauline Rowson

When naval historian Dr Douglas Spalding is found dead in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard, the Major Crime Team is adamant it is suicide. When another body is found in similar circumstances Horton is convinced...


If Snow Hadn't Fallen

by Sharon Bolton, S.J. Bolton & S. J. Bolton

Just weeks ago, a Jack the Ripper copycat terrorized London, leaving London police officer Lacey Flint scarred both physically and emotionally. Still recovering from the ordeal and technically off-duty, Lacey...


On the Waterfront

by Bernard Coat

As in any good pulp fiction from the likes of Goodis or Chandler , take the time to put the pieces together in this roman noir until things turn ugly.

In a Western port city in France, artist Bernard Balzac...


White Lilies

by R C Bridgestock

Two separate fatal road accidents killing three people are a cause for concern. Then the body of an elderly lady is found in her home, with a cause for suspicious death. A newly promoted Detective Sergeant arrives...


Deadly Virtues

Gabriel Ash and Hazel Best #1

by Jo Bannister

In this fast-paced thriller, Deadly Virtues, acclaimed writer Jo Bannister proves once again why she is considered "one of the genre's best" (Booklist)

The town of Norbold, England is famous for its low crime...