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by Jim Thompson

Nick Corey is a terrible sheriff on purpose. He doesn't solve problems, enforce rules or arrest criminals. He knows that nobody in tiny Potts County actually wants to follow the law and he is perfectly content...


Nothing More than Murder

by Jim Thompson

Joe Wilmot can't stand his wife Elizabeth. But he sure loves her movie theater. It's a modest establishment in a beat-down town--but Joe has the run of the place, and inside its walls, he's king. Without the...


Quick Bites: A Short Story Collection

by Jennifer Rardin

Now, together in one place for the first time, Quick Bites combines Jennifer Rardin's short stories into a wild ride of vampires, zombies, and voodoo that is impossible to put down. This omnibus edition includes...


The Kill-Off

by Jim Thompson

Luane Devore's days are numbered. All her neighbors in the declining seaside resort town of Manduwoc want her dead. Some, like her young husband Ralph and his girlfriend Danny, want the thousands of dollars...


Wild Town

by Jim Thompson

In trouble more often than not, guilty of assault, manslaughter, and honorably discharged from the military by the skin of his teeth, David "Bugs" McKenna can't seem to help doing the right thing at the wrong...


Artemis

by Philip Palmer

Artemis McIvor is a thief, a con-artist, and a stone cold killer. And she's been on a crime-spree for, well, for years. The galactic government has collapsed and the universe was hers for the taking.

But when...


Biting the Bullet

Jaz Sparks #3

by Jennifer Rardin

I'm Lucille Robinson (aka Jaz Parks).

This is a mission unlike anything my vampire boss, Vayl, and I have ever been on. It's not our usual take-them-out-and-run; it's an undercover mission that needs the whole...


Bed & Breakfast: A Novel

by Lois Battle

Penguin is pleased to reintroduce readers to ?born storyteller? (The Washington Post) and New York Times bestselling author Lois Battle and her delightful holiday tale of Josie Taternall and her South Carolina...


The Conservationist

Man Booker Prize 1974

by Nadine Gordimer

Mehring is rich. He has all the privileges and possessions that South Africa has to offer, but his possessions refuse to remain objects. His wife, son, and mistress leave him; his foreman and workers become...


Dark Revelations: A Level 26 Thriller Featuring Steve Dark

by Anthony E. Zuiker & Duane Swierczynski

Q: I AM TERRIFYING AND FEAR INSPIRING, AND THE PHYSICAL WORLD CANNOT TOUCH ME. WHEN I’M FINISHED, YOU MAY NOT EVEN REMEMBER ME. WHAT AM I?

A: A NIGHTMARE.

It is well-known among law enforcement personnel...


The Ruby in Her Navel: A Novel of Love and Intrigue in the 12th Century

by Barry Unsworth

Set in the Middle Ages during the brief yet glittering rule of the Norman kings, The Ruby in Her Navel is a tale in which the conflicts of the past portend the present. The novel opens in Palermo, in which Latin...


The Doorbell Rang

Nero Wolfe #41

by Rex Stout

Hired to help society widow Rachel Bruner foil bothersome Feds, Nero Wolfe and his able assistant Archie get in over their heads with highly trained G-men who are adept at bugs, tails, and threats.


Free Men

by Edward Louis Henry

Volume II: Free Men, 1824-1826 chronicles the exploits of Temple Buck and his rowdy trapper companions in the American Rocky Mountain fur trade from 1824-1826. In this, the second volume of the Temple Buck Quartet,...


Backbone of the World

by Edward Louis Henry

Volume I: Backbone of the World, 1822-1824 is a coming-of-age story of the first two years of the Rocky Mountain fur trade, 1822-24. It is told in his own words by Temple Buck, an Ohio-born lad whose rollicking...


The Rules of Attraction

by Bret Easton Ellis

Set at a small, affluent liberal-arts college in New England at the height of the Reagan 80s, The Rules of Attraction is a startlingly funny, kaleidoscopic novel about three students with no plans for the future--or...


Prisoner's Base

Nero Wolfe #21

by Rex Stout

Hours after Priscilla Eads pleads with him to take her case, Nero Wolfe is shocked to find out that she was murdered, and soon he is investigating her fortune-hunting husband and greedy business associates.


Vengeful Bounty

by Jillian Kidd

In the year 2053, Dallas bounty hunter Mina Maxwell's goal is to reach Global status, and she is only three catches away from the needed 25. During one of her hunts, she lets criminal Roberto Franco go in order...


Mrs. Hudson and the Irish Invincibles: Second in the Mrs. Hudson of Baker Street Series

Mrs. Hudson of Baker Street #2

by Barry S. Brown

When Moira Keegan tries to recruit Sherlock Holmes to save her father's life, Holmes, Watson and Mrs. Hudson do their best to convince the 12-year old that she has misunderstood her father's situation. When,...


Pinkertons Sister

by Peter Rushforth

Though her neighbors in turn-of-the-century New York consider her a madwoman in the attic, Alice Pinkerton's mind is razor-sharp, honed by a restless imagination, years of reading, and a profound contempt for...


The Unicorn Girl

by Michael Kurlalnd

Michael Kurland's 'The Unicorn Girl' is a novel about a magical world, half-mystical, half-historic, half-imaginary. Three halves, you ask, isn't that impossible? Of course it it. That's why it's magical. It...