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Three Act Tragedy

Hercule Poirot #11

by Agatha Christie

The novel opens as a theatre programme, with this telling credit: 'Illumination by HERCULE POIROT.' Light must be shed, indeed, on the fateful dinner party staged by the famous actor Sir Charles Cartwright for...


Sherlock Holmes Studies in Legacy

by Luke Kuhns

There is nothing more tragic than a story left untold. At least that is what Sherlock Holmes thought. Through his urgings Doctor Watson opens his tin dispatch box to recall a series of strange and grotesque...


Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Evil Eye

by Don Emigh

A member of the London Chess Club has dropped dead during a game, supposedly of a heart attack. An officer of the Club believes he was murdered by his opponent's evil eye. Holmes finds that his death was not...


The Amateur Executioner: Enoch Hale Meets Sherlock Holmes

by Dan Andriacco

London, 1920: Boston-bred Enoch Hale, working as a reporter for the Central News Syndicate, arrives on the scene shortly after a music hall escape artist is found hanging from the ceiling in his dressing room....


Sherlock Holmes and the Texas Adventure

by Dicky Neely

The indomitable Baker Street duo travel to the still wild areas of South Texas to investigate the puzzling disappearance of an heir to the great estate in the part of the South West known as The Wild Horse Desert....


Sherlock Holmes and Young Winston - The Giant Moles

by Mike Hogan

Christmas 1887. With his mother and father away on a European tour, young Winston Churchill, now thirteen years of age, spends his Christmas holidays with Holmes and Watson. Young Winston is a lively addition...


Oscar Wilde and the Murders at Reading Gaol: A Mystery

by Gyles Brandreth

Oscar Wilde has fled to France after his release from Reading Gaol. Tonight he is sharing a drink and the story of his cruel imprisonment with a mysterious stranger. Oscar has endured the treadmill, solitary...


The Drowned Man: A Peter Cammon Mystery

by David Whellams

In this second mystery featuring Chief Inspector Peter Cammon, the veteran detective is lured out of retirement once more. With a familiar cast of characters reacquainting themselves with readers of the series,...


The Private Eye: Classic Crime Stories

by Ernest Dudley

Ernest Dudley, creator of that superb pair of sleuths, Dr. Morelle and Miss Frayle, here introduces another vivid character, Nat Craig, whose methods as London's foremost private investigator are utterly different...


The Tooth Tattoo (Peter Diamond #13)

by Peter Lovesey

Peter Diamond, head of the Criminal Investigation Division in scenic Bath, England, is investigating the murder of a young woman whose body has been found in the canal, the only clue to her identity a tattoo...


The Sherlock Holmes Handbook

by Ransom Riggs & Eugene Smith

“My name is Sherlock Holmes. It is my business to know what other people don’t know.”

 

This reader’s companion to the casework of Sherlock Holmes explores the methodology of the world’s most famous...


Mrs. Jeffries Takes Stock

Mrs. Jeffries Victorian Mysteries #5

by Emily Brightwell

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Curious Incident at Claridge's: An Antonia Darcy and Major Hugh Payne Investigation

by R.T. Raichev

Did the young and beautiful Lady Tradescant try to poison her elderly husband? If not, who did? There is no shortage of suspects. His eccentric twin sister Bettina, his disgruntled son Nicholas, his scheming...


Strange Images of Death: A Joe Sandilands Murder Mystery

by Barbara Cleverly

Provence, 1926. Scotland Yard detective Joe Sandilands is on leave, driving his way south to the Riviera while dropping off his niece at an ancient chateau.

A troubling crime committed just before their arrival...


Stolen Voice: A Gil Cunningham Murder Mystery

Gil Cunningham Murder Mystery #6

by Pat Mcintosh

In Sir William’s remote part of Scotland it seems almost possible that a young boy could have been stolen away by the fairies and returned forty years later without having visibly aged. And if the boy isn’t...


Little Victim

by R.T. Raichev

Praise for R.T. Raichev:

"Deftly mixes dark humor and psychological suspense, its genteel surface masking delicious deviancy.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

"Mixes Henry James’s psychological insight...


Hunt for Sonya Dufrette

by R.T. Raichev

At a house party on the day of the royal wedding in 1981, a little girl named Sonya Dufrette wanders off and is never seen again. Twenty years on, divorcee and librarian Antonia Darcy sets out to solve the mystery....


Death of Corinne

by R.T. Raichev

Death threats start arriving in the mail, and legendary French diva Corinne seeks refuge at her godmother's country estate. Other house guests include Antonia Darcy and her husband, Corinne’s dominating agent,...


Rainstone Fall

by Peter Helton

Praise for Peter Helton:

“Fans of Jonathan Gash’s Lovejoy will appreciate the scheme that Honeysett, who’s a bit of a scalawag, concocts. . . . Readers will look forward to further installments in this...


Death on the Holy Mountain

by David Dickinson

Praise for the Powerscourt series:

“Fine prose, high society, and [a] complex plot recommend this series.”—Library Journal

“One hopes to see more of Lord Powerscourt and his friends in the near future.”—...