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The Chalice of Blood

Sister Fidelma #21

by Peter Tremayne

"If there is anyone who has emerged from the crowded field of medieval mysteries to take the place of the late Ellis Peters, it is Peter Tremayne." --Denver Post on Master of Souls

Ireland AD 670: When an eminent...


Troubled Bones

Crispin Guest #4

by Jeri Westerson

"Westerson has mastered her subject and has used that knowledge to create erudite entertainment." --Richmond Times Dispatch on Veil of Lies

Disgraced knight Crispin Guest gets himself into some serious trouble...


The Deception at Lyme

Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mysteries #6

by Carrie Bebris

In Jane Austen’s Persuasion, the Cobb—Lyme’s famous seawall—proved dangerous to a careless young woman. Now it proves deadly.

Following their recent intrigue at Highbury, Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Darcy...


Bye Bye, Baby

Nathan Heller #15

by Max Allan Collins

It’s 1962, and Twentieth Century Fox is threatening to fire Marilyn Monroe. The blond goddess hires Nate Heller, private eye to the stars, to tap her phone so she will have a record of their calls in case...


The Intrigue at Highbury

Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mysteries #5

by Carrie Bebris

Mr. and Mrs. Darcy are looking forward to a relaxing stay with dear friends when their carriage is hailed by a damsel-in-distress outside of the village of Highbury. Little do the Darcys realize that gypsies...


The Iron Hand of Mars

Marcus Didius Falco #4

by Lindsey Davis

When Germanic troops in the service of the Empire begin to rebel, and a Roman general disappears, Emperor Vespasian turns to the one man he can trust: Marcus Didius Falco, a private informer whose rates are...


The Borgia Betrayal

The Poisoner Mysteries #2

by Sara Poole

Before the Tudors, there were the Borgias. More passionate. More dangerous. More deadly.

From the author of Poison, called “stunning”* and “a fascinating page-turner,” comes a new historical thriller,...


Dandy Gilver and the Proper Treatment of Bloodstains

Dandy Gilver #5

by Catriona McPherson

One of The Boston Globe's Best Mysteries of 2011  “Guaranteed to appeal to those who have never got over the death of Dorothy L. Sayers.” —Financial Times (UK)

Welcome to Edinburgh, 1926. Dandy Gilver,...


The Bones of Avalon

John Dee Papers #1

by Phil Rickman

A country divided. A newly crowned, desperately vulnerable young queen.  Can one man uncover the secret that will save her throne?

It is 1560, and Elizabeth Tudor has been on the throne for a year.  Dr. John...


Motor City Shakedown

Will Anderson #2

by D. E. Johnson

Detroit, 1911. Seven months have passed since Will Anderson’s friend Wesley McRae was brutally murdered and Will and the woman he loves, Elizabeth Hume, barely escaped with their lives. Will’s hand, horribly...


The Assassin in the Marais

by Claude Izner

The fourth title in Claude Izner's bestselling Victor Legris mystery series, set in belle-epoque Paris

The clock of the Église Trinité had just struck eight o’clock in the morning when, without warning,...


Stealing Mona Lisa

by Carson Morton

A Kirkus Reviews' Best of 2011 Fiction and a Library Journal Best Mystery of 2011

What happens when you mix a Parisian street orphan, a hot-tempered Spanish forger, a beautiful American pickpocket, an unloved...


Dancing with Demons

Sister Fidelma #18

by Peter Tremayne

"Tremayne writes so authentically about this remote time period that readers will feel they are there in every way...a delight!" -- Library Journal (starred review) on Master of Souls "The action is tense and...


Suspension

by Richard Edward Crabbe

May 31, 1883, 3:55 p.m. Twenty thousand men, women, and children, their faces shining in the late afternoon sun, are strolling the Eighth Wonder of the World. The Brooklyn Bridge is open just a week, its promenade...


A Game of Lies

Hannah Vogel #3

by Rebecca Cantrell

Journalist Hannah Vogel returns in A Game of Lies by award-winning author Rebecca Cantrell In preparation for the 1936 Berlin Olympics, the Nazis have rid the streets of anti-Semitic material and other propaganda,...


Secret of the White Rose

Simon Ziele #3

by Stefanie Pintoff

The murder of Judge Hugo Jackson is out of Detective Simon Ziele’s jurisdiction in more ways than one. For one, it’s high-profile enough to command the attention of the notorious new police commissioner,...


The Ballad of Tom Dooley

Ballad #9

by Sharyn Mccrumb

A literary triumph—what began as a fictional re-telling of the historical account of one of the most famous mountain ballads of all time became an astonishing revelation of the real culprit responsible for...


Murder on the Eiffel Tower

by Claude Izner

The brand-new, shiny Eiffel Tower is the pride and glory of the 1889 World Exposition. But one sunny afternoon, as visitors are crowding the viewing platforms, a woman collapses and dies on this great Paris...


The Empire of Shadows

by Richard Edward Crabbe

New York City, August 1889: within sight of Madison Square Park, a man lays dead in a darkened construction site. Jim Tupper, a Mohawk of the Iroquois nation, stands over the body. Within minutes he's seen....


The Snake Stone

Yashim the Eunuch #2

by Jason Goodwin

The captivating return of Yashim, the eunuch investigator from the intelligent, elliptical and beguilingly written" (The Times, London) bestseller The Janissary Tree

When a French archaeologist arrives in 1830s...