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Shadows & Lies

by Marjorie Eccles

Following the huge success of The Shape of Sand, shortlisted for the CWA Historical Dagger award, comes this dramatic story of love, war, and intrigue.

It is the year 1910 and the bloodstained body of an unknown...


Killer Deal

Molly Forrester #3

by Sheryl J. Anderson

Molly Forrester's best friends know exactly what the Zeitgeist magazine advice columnist needs to prove herself as a true journalist. And when Manhattan advertising maverick Garth Henderson is murdered, she...


Killer Heels

Molly Forrester #1

by Sheryl J. Anderson

Molly Forrester had always hoped opportunity would knock, not throw itself at her feet. She enjoys playing a "Dear Abby" type for Zeitgeist magazine, a Manhattan glossy "wedged on the newsstand somewhere between...


Bone Hunter

Em Hansen #6

by Sarah Andrews

Time and again, Emily-- Em-- Hansen uses her geological training and her unflinching scientist's eye to sniff out a killer. Now in her newest case, Em heads to Utah for a paleontology conference and ends up...


A Knife in the Back

Professor Sally Good #3

by Bill Crider

Dr. Sally Good, chair of the Department of English at Hughes Community College has learned how to cope with the many minor disasters and a couple of major ones, including a murder, that have cropped up since...


A Romantic Way to Die

Sheriff Dan Rhodes #11

by Bill Crider

Dan Rhodes, the sheriff of Blacklin County, Texas, has seen more than his share of strange events during his time in office-most recently he exorcised a ghost from the county jail and he has always tolerated...


Red, White, and Blue Murder

Sheriff Dan Rhodes #12

by Bill Crider

The 12th mystery featuring Sheriff Dan Rhodes. WIth the author's quietly hilarious humor and fine characterization of Rhodes and the other residents of Blacklin County, TX, Crider once more shows the human side...


The Paperwhite Narcissus

Martha's Vineyard Mysteries #5

by Cynthia Riggs

In this fifth book in the Victoria Trumbull series, the ninety-two-year-old sleuth finds herself embroiled in a series of murders after she is fired from her job as West Tisbury correspondent for The Island...


What Goes Around Comes Around

Brian McNulty #2

by Con Lehane

What Goes Around Comes Around follows the adventures of Brian McNulty, the red-diaper-baby bartender who (abetted by his father and son) attempts to keep Manhattan's crime solved and cocktail glasses brimming....


Death at the Old Hotel

Brian McNulty #3

by Con Lehane

Tensions are high and the dangers multiply as New York City bartender and man-about-the-mean-streets Brian McNulty---always a sucker for the plight of the little guy---joins forces with a motley crew of workers...


Memory Book

by Kelli Stanley

Miranda Corbie returns in this stunning prequel story to Kelli Stanley’s acclaimed historical series.

San Francisco, 1939.

The Golden Gate International Exposition has captured the imagination of the country....


Women of Mystery

by Martha Hailey DuBose

In this remarkable book, Martha Hailey DuBose has given those multitudes of readers who love the mystery novel an indispensable addition to their libraries. Unlike other works on the subject, Women of Mystery...


Gumbo Limbo

Alex Rutledge #2

by Tom Corcoran

Alex Rutledge, freelance and part-time Key West crime scene photographer, awakes to his first day off in months. Late August, the off-season, the dog days. Everything's okay until his phone rings. His old navy...


Shadow of Death

Brady Coyne #21

by William G. Tapply

Suspicious that his candidate's husband might be having an affair, the campaign manager convinces Boston attorney Brady Coyne to hire a discreet private investigator to find out what is really going on before...


Last Things

Father Dowling #24

by Ralph McInerny

Father Dowling is used to unsolicited knocks on the rectory door, having done more than his share of counseling and assisting in delicate situations during his long career. So when Eleanor Wygant comes to visit...


True Believers

Gregor Demarkian #17

by Jane Haddam

Early one morning at St. Anselm's church in Philadelphia, a parishioner sneaks the body of his dead wife into the sacristy and commits suicide. His wife, a severe diabetic, is assumed to have died of natural...


Prodigal Father

Father Dowling #23

by Ralph McInerny

Father Roger Dowling is a busy man. He's got the ambitious and all-encompassing task of running St. Hilary's Parish, dealing with his busybody housekeeper, Mrs. Murkin, and counseling his flock with his characteristic...


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...


The Third Messiah

by Christopher West

Anzhuang Wang, a detective in the Beijing police department, starts investigating a cult - the New Church of the Heavenly Kingdom - when his sister-in-law "Julie" gets involved with the group. The church has...


A Poisoned Mind

Trish Maguire #9

by Natasha Cooper

“I don’t know how you’ve survived at the Bar this long,” Anthony said to Trish. “Caring for your clients to the point of derangement is bad enough; but to start fretting over the opposition. . . ....