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The Inner Circle

Anders Knutas #3

by Mari Jungstedt

The Inner Circle opens with an international group of young archeology students sweating on a dig on the island of Gotland, uncovering a Viking fortification dating back over a millennium. They are a fun-loving...


The Body In The Belfry

Faith Fairchild #1

Agatha Award for Best First Novel 1990

by Katherine Hall Page

The Body in the Belfry During her years spent in New York City, Faith Fairchild was convinced she had seen pretty much everything. But the transplanted caterer/minister's wife was unprepared for the surprises...


The Body in the Kelp

Faith Fairchild #2

by Katherine Hall Page

The Body in the Kelp Faith Sibley Fairchild, heroine of The Body in the Belfry returns to amateur sleuthing in The Body in the Kelp. This time around, Faith and her husband, Tom Fairchild, the handsome young...


A Cold and Silent Dying

Marti MacAlister #12

by Eleanor Taylor Bland

Lincoln Prairie Homicide Detective Marti MacAlister does not get along with her new boss. Lieutenant Gail Nicholson disapproves of what she calls Marti's sloppy work habits, and regards her success as a fluke...


Beneath the Book Tower

by Steve Hamilton

Before the tragic event that made him seek refuge in a remote corner of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Alex McKnight was a Detroit police officer.  It’s a warm summer night, and Alex is out riding the night...


Fall of a Philanderer

Daisy Dalrymple #14

by Carola Dunn

In the summer of 1924, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher is off on a summer holiday by the sea with her step-daughter Belinda and Belinda's chum Deva, and her husband, Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher...


The Doctor and the Dead Man's Chest

Dr. Andrew Fenimore #3

by Robin Hathaway

Dr. Andrew Fenimore is an old fashioned doctor who is still willing to make house calls to his elderly patients. In his third adventure, a patient's call leads to more detection than medical care.

Lydia Ashley,...


The Other Side of the Door

by Nicci French

Who is more dangerous? An enemy? A friend? Or a lover?

Bonnie Graham stands in the open door of her friend's apartment. She is alone, except for the dead body lying in a pool of blood on the floor. What happened?...


Somebody Else's Music

Gregor Demarkian #18

by Jane Haddam

Jane Haddam's stylishly written novels featuring Gregor Demarkian, retired chief of the FBI's Behavioral Sciences Unit, have thrilled and delighted an ever-increasing number of readers over the years. Now, with...


Last Scene Alive

Aurora Teagarden #7

by Charlaine Harris

In the first installment of the Aurora Teagarden series, Real Murders, the small town of Lawrenceton, Georgia, was beset by a series of horrific murders. Librarian Aurora "Roe" Teagarden teamed up with true...


Nights of the Red Moon

by Milton T. Burton

Small town, meet big crime.

It’s not hard for longtime Sheriff Bo Handel to keep Texas' Caddo County in line. He handles petty crimes and rabble rousers, runs a competent police force and maintains a relationship...


The Bloody Tower

Daisy Dalrymple #16

by Carola Dunn

In early 1925, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple Fletcher, recent mother of twins, resumes her journalistic career by agreeing to write a piece about the Tower of London - the Bloody Tower - for an American magazine....


Requiem at the Refuge

Sister Mary Helen #9

by Carol Anne O'Marie

Sister Mary Helen is dismayed when, after the unexpected death of Sister Cecilia, the president of Mount St. Francis College, Sister Patricia is appointed the post. Sister Mary Helen is not in the new president's...


Luck of the Draw

by Anthony J. Cardieri

When Detective Deke Durgess finds himself at the scene of a brutal murder in Lower Manhattan, he has no idea that it’s just the beginning of the most prolific murder spree in New York City history, one where...


Naked Came the Phoenix

by Nevada Barr, J. D. Robb, Nancy Pickard & Lisa Scottoline et al.

The promise of discretion and pampering-and a long-overdue reconciliation with her mother-draws Caroline Blessing, the young wife of a newly-elected Congressman, to the fancy Phoenix Spa. But after her first...


The Templar

Templars #1

by P. C. Doherty

“Resurrectionist magic.” —The New York Times Book Review

It’s 1095 and crusading fervor has swept Europe. Hugh de Payens and Godefroi of St. Omer, the soon-to-be founders of the Templar Order, and Hugh’s...


The Price of Failure

by Jeffrey Ashford

Lord and Lady Awkwright, awakened in the night, lie bound and gagged in the dark while kidnappers carry their daughter away, holding her for ransom. It seems a typical kidnapping, yet in fact it is the kidnappers'...


Loyal Disloyalty

by Jeffrey Ashford

When a woman is lured into a car and raped, Richard Adeane begins to suspect his brother-in-law. Should he betray his estranged wife's confidence, knowing she values loyalty far more than most, or act on his...


In Sheep's Clothing

by Rett MacPherson

When genealogist Torie O'Shea gets an invitation from her favorite aunt, Sissy, to come and spend some time with her in Minnesota she jumps at the chance. She piles her husband and her father-in-law into the...


Gone Tomorrow

by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

"All around, for miles and miles in every direction, in streets and shops and houses, real life was going on, oblivious; but here a dead man sat, the full stop at the end of his own sentence, with a little still...