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Blood Atonement

Nigel Barnes #2

by Dan Waddell

Genealogist Nigel Barnes’s second case leads him into the dark heart of the Mormon church and a gruesome, century-old secret.

Detective Chief Inspector Grant Foster is called to a homicide at the home of a...


While Innocents Slept

by Adrian Havill

Death seemed to be part of Garrett Wilson's life. Both of his parents had died by the time he was in his early twenties. So friends shrugged when sadly, an infant daughter, and then a son, succumbed to Sudden...


Hyper-Parenting

by Nicole Wise, Alvin Rosenfeld, M.D. & Robert Coles, M.D.

As parents, we have somehow come to believe that perfection is within our grasp. But our overeager pursuit of perfection is harming our children and our family lives. Dr. Alvin Rosenfeld and Nicole Wise explore...


Hunting Evil

by Carlton Smith

What did a high-priced hooker and a low-class sex-offender have in common? It was-according to police-their lust for stalking, raping, and terrorizing young women and girls, in once case as young as thirteen-years-old....


The Coldest Blood

Philip Dryden #4

by Jim Kelly

A man lies hidden in an abandoned boat. Stifling his own screams, he draws a knife across his arm, letting the blood flow free. Soon he'll be dead - and life can begin again.

 

Three decades later, small-town...


A Hamptons Christmas

by James Brady

Beecher Stowe couldn't be more pleased than to find himself spending that delicious season between Thanksgiving and Christmas in the Hamptons. On his first weekend back, East Hampton stages its annual ragtag,...


The Furthest Horizon

by Gardner Dozois

It is the essence of science fiction to chart the possibilities of the future, but it takes the hand of a master to capture the farthest reaches of time--futures almost unimaginably distant. The Furthest Horizon...


Antipode

by Heather E. Heying

By definition, "antipode" is a point on the earth diametrically opposite from another. As a field biologist specializing in reptiles and amphibians, Heather Heying has been to some of the most remote places...


Seeds of Evil

by Carlton Smith

On Easter Sunday, multimillionaire Dale Ewell, his wife, and 24-year-old daughter were gunned down one by one as they returned home from their beach house. The stone-cold killer waited on a sheet of plastic...


Nameless

by Debra Webb

Vivian Grace is an FBI rookie on a mission: To hunt down a kidnapper—with all her heart. Because for Vivian, herself a victim of a vicious kidnapping years ago, this case is about more than justice. This time,...


Styx and Stones

Daisy Dalrymple #7

by Carola Dunn

In the 1920's, in post-WWI England, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple, newly married to Detective Inspector Alec Fletcher, is asked by her brother-in-law to discreetly investigate a series of poisoned pen letters...


What Is Life?

by Ed Regis

In 1944, the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Erwin Schrödinger published a groundbreaking little book called What Is Life? In fewer than one hundred pages, he argued that life was not a mysterious or inexplicable...


Sicilian Tragedee

by Ottavio Cappellani & Frederika Randall

Balding, forty-something Mister Alfio Turrisi, an up-and-coming mafioso in Catania, has the deep pockets that London’s financial world loves. He, in turn, loves Betty, the spoiled young daughter of Turi Pirrotta,...


Until Our Last Breath

by Michael Bart & Laurel Corona

At Leizer Bart’s funeral, one of the mourners told his son Michael that the gravestone should include a reference to the Freedom Fighters of Nekamah, to honor his late father’s involvement in the Jewish...


Phantom Gourmet Guide to Boston's Best Restaurants 2008

by The Phantom Gourmet

The Phantom Serves up the Best of Boston and Beyond

 

Do you eat food? Then follow these simple instructions for finding great meals everywhere from the North End to the North Shore, including standout restaurants...


Street Fighter

N.S. 'Shep' Ladderback & Andrea Cosicki #3

by Bill Kent

Neville Shepherd Ladderback, the Philadelphia Press's "old, dusty" obituary writer, is researching accountant Paul Small, a city legend in all things dealing with money, who was beaten to death with his own...


Evan's Gate

Constable Evan Mysteries #8

by Rhys Bowen

When Constable Evan Evans discovers a beautiful shepard's cottage in the mountains of Llanfair, Wales, he and his fiancée are thrilled. It's only months before their wedding and they are eager to begin their...


The Red Hot Typewriter

by Hugh Merrill

Although John D. MacDonald published seventy novels and more than five hundred short stories in his lifetime, he is remembered best for his Travis McGee series. He introduced McGee in 1964 with The Deep Blue...


Fatalis

by Jeff Rovin

The two luminescent eyes watched the long, deserted roadway from low on the gusty promontory. Moist and dark, like large oily pearls, the eyes shifted and widened almost imperceptibly at every movement a hundred...


The Devil Never Sleeps

by Andrei Codrescu

The Devil is alive and well and living in America, Andrei Codrescu tells us, and with good reason. Nowhere else in the world--not even in Codrescu's native Transylvania--is he taken quite as seriously. When...