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An Impartial Witness

Bess Crawford #2

by Charles Todd

World War I nurse Bess Crawford, introduced in A Duty to the Dead, returns in an exciting new mystery in which a murder draws her inexorably into the sights of a cunning killer

It is the early summer of 1917....


A Lonely Death

Inspector Ian Rutledge #13

by Charles Todd

Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge returns to solve his most exciting and shocking case yet in this latest entry in the bestselling series hailed as "outstanding" by the New York Times Book Review

A breathtaking...


Angel with Two Faces

Josephine Tey #2

by Nicola Upson

Exhausted and disillusioned with the world of theater in May 1935, Josephine Tey has traveled to Cornwall to spend the summer with her friends the Motleys at their run-down but beautiful country estate. Ready...


The Tudor Conspiracy

The Spymaster Chronicles #2

by C. W. Gortner

Hunted by a shadowy foe in Bloody Mary’s court, Brendan Prescott plunges into London’s treacherous underworld to unravel a dark conspiracy that could make Elizabeth queen—or send her to her death in C.W....


The Man From Berlin

Gregor Reinhardt #1

by Luke McCallin

Amidst the chaos of World War II...

In a land of brutality and bloodshed...

One death can still change everything.

In war-torn Yugoslavia, a beautiful young filmmaker and photographer-a veritable hero to her...


A Plague of Poison

Templar Knight Mysteries #3

by Maureen Ash

New in the ?terrific?( NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR JAYNE ANN KRENTZ) Templar Knight mystery series.

When a cake kills a squire, the castle governor enlists the help of Templar Bascot de Marins. But as...


The Stuart Sapphire

by Alanna Knight

August, 1811. The latest mistress of George, Prince of Wales, has been murdered in the royal bedchamber, and – more worryingly for the Prince – the historic jewel the Stuart Sapphire has gone missing. The...


The Mapping of Love and Death

Maisie Dobbs #7

by Jacqueline Winspear

In the latest mystery in the New York Times bestselling series, Maisie Dobbs must unravel a case of wartime love and death—an investigation that leads her to a long-hidden affair between a young cartographer...


The Red Door

Inspector Ian Rutledge #12

by Charles Todd

New York Times bestselling author Charles Todd brings back Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge in another riveting mystery set in post–World War I England Lancashire, England, June 1920. In a house with a...


The Twelfth Department

Alexei Korolev #3

by William Ryan

Captain Alexei Korolev has nothing to complain about. He has his own room in an apartment, a job in the police force that puts food on the table, and his good health. In Moscow in 1937, that’s a lot more...


The Devil's Game

by David Holland

It is 1834, and the town of Bellminster is thrown into the turmoil of a by-election for Parliament. Reverend Tuckworth tries to stay away from it all, but when a political rally turns deadly, the town turns...


A Duty to the Dead

Bess Crawford #1

by Charles Todd

From the brilliantly imaginative New York Times bestselling author Charles Todd comes an unforgettable new character in an exceptional new series

England, 1916. Independent-minded Bess Crawford's upbringing is...


The Regency Detective: A Jack Swann Mystery

by David Lassman

Jack Swann is, on the surface, a typical gentleman of the Regency period; educated, literate and well-heeled. In his early thirties, he is single and attractive, with all the resources needed to live a privileged...


He Shall Thunder in the Sky

Amelia Peabody #12

by Elizabeth Peters

Trouble is brewing in Egypt at the close of 1914 and no one will escape the coming tempest. With the world at war, Amelia Peabody and her husband Radcliffe Emerson have returned to Cairo for another season of...


Masaryk Station (John Russell World War II Spy Thriller #6)

by David Downing

Berlin, 1948. Still occupied by the four Allied powers and largely in ruins, the city has become the cockpit of a new Cold War. The legacies of the war have become entangled in the new Soviet-American conflict,...


The Queen's Man

John Shakespeare #6

by Rory Clements

England is a viper's nest of conspiracy.

It is 1852, and the conflict between Protestants and Catholics threatens to tear the country in two. While Queen Elizabeth I holds the reins of power, there are those...


Death in the Time of Ice (A People of the Wind Mystery)

by Kaye George

Enga Dancing Flower knows her Neanderthal tribe is in trouble. The dark seasons are becoming longer and the mammoth herds are fleeing south. When the tribal leader is found stabbed to death, the new leader thinks...


A False Mirror

Inspector Ian Rutledge #9

by Charles Todd

Unhealed scars of the Great War still torment Scotland Yard Inspector Ian Rutledge, and he carries with him the presence of the soldier he was forced to execute in the midst of battle. A haunted, damaged shell...


The Adventures of Tom Leigh

by Phyllis Bentley

Young Tom and his father arrive in the Calder Valley on a dark stormy night in 1722. Tom is soon an orphan and finds himself a pauper in the workhouse until Mr Firth, a hilltop clothier, agrees to take him on...


The Strangler's Waltz

by Richard Lord

Vienna 1913: The capital of a sprawling empire, Vienna is also one of the world’s most cultured and vibrant cities. It’s a city devoted to the swank//grand pursuit of life’s pleasures. But suddenly, the...