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Come, Sweet Death

by Wolf Haas & Annie Janusch

Another dose of hilarity and mayhem from the author Carl Hiaasen calls “the real deal”

In this winner of the German Thriller Prize, ex-cop Simon Brenner, as part of his never-ending quest to get as far away...


The Dog Killer of Utica: An Eliot Conte Mystery

by Frank Lentricchia

“Vivid and unnerving . . . Eliot Conte is an instant original.”

—The Washington Post

Someone's shooting dogs in Utica . . .

Ex-PI Eliot Conte (“part Mike Hammer and part William S. Burroughs,” according...


Nazis in the Metro

by Didier Daeninckx & Anna Moschovakis

A riveting novel of political intrigue, set on the Left Bank of Paris

From France’s leading political crime writer comes a novel that delves into the country’s radical political movements on both the left...


A Private Venus: A Duca Lamberti Noir

by Giorgio Scerbanenco & Howard Curtis

"A noir writer richly deserving rediscovery."

Publishers Weekly

The book that gave birth to Italian noir . . .

Milan, 1966: When Dr. Duca Lamberti is released from prison, he’s lost his medical license...


Resurrection

by Wolf Haas & Annie Janusch

“Wolf Haas is the real deal, and his arrival on the American book scene is long overdue.”

—Carl Hiaasen

THE FIRST INSPECTOR BRENNER NOVEL

The darkly comic book that launched the bestselling series . . ....


Phantoms of Breslau

Inspector Eberhard Mock Quartet #3

by Marek Krajewski & Danusia Stok

Phantoms of Breslau is a cynical, moody thriller which solidifies Krajewski’s position as a distinctive voice in contemporary European fiction.”

Irish Examiner

Breslau, 1919: The hideously battered,...


Black Star Nairobi

by Mukoma Wa Ngugi

Two cops—one American, one Kenyan—team up to track down a deadly terrorist.

It’s December 2007. The Kenyan presidential elections have gotten off to a troubled start, with threats of ethnic violence in...


Brother Kemal

Kayankaya #5

by Jakob Arjouni & Anthea Bell

The return of Kemal Kayankaya, "The ultimate outsider among hard-boiled private eyes" (Marilyn Stasio in The New York Times Book Review)

"A master of crime fiction... The sardonic humor survives intact, the writing...


Tattoo

by Manuel Vazquez Montalban & Nick Caistor

Only Pepe Carvalho could use a tattoo saying "Born to Raise Hell in Hell" as evidence that the police are, once again, dead wrong

In a Spain still stifled under the rule of Franco, former CIA operative--and former...


The End of the World in Breslau

Inspector Eberhard Mock Quartet #2

by Marek Krajewski & Danusia Stok

The second installment in the darkly intelligent series that The Independent called “As noir as they get.”

1927, Breslau, Poland: Two elaborate and sadistic murders are discovered within days of each other....


The Bone Man

by Wolf Haas & Annie Janusch

The wry and rueful Columbo of Austria investigates a grisly murder at a beloved restaurant where snooty Viennese gourmands go to eat … fried chicken.

At a wildly popular chicken shack in the Austrian countryside,...


The Accidental Pallbearer

by Frank Lentricchia

Introducing a gritty new detective series set in the bleak hinterlands of upstate new York

Washed-up private investigator Eliot Conte would rather be teaching American literature and listening to opera than taking...


A Very Profitable War

by Didier Daeninckx & Sarah Martin

A rollicking noir set in Paris, during the anarchic days following World War One

In January 1920, in the aftermath of “the war to end all wars,” private detective René Griffon is hired to investigate the...


Death and the Penguin

by Andrey Kurkov & George Bird

A masterful tale set in post-Soviet Kiev that's both darkly-funny and ominous...

In the widely hailed prequel to Penguin Lost, aspiring writer Viktor Zolotaryov leads a down-and-out life in poverty-and-violence-wracked...


Penguin Lost

by Andrey Kurkov & George Bird

Penguin Lost finds Viktor Zolotaryov sneaking back into Kiev under an assumed identity to undertake a dangerous mission: He wants to find Misha, his penguin, whom he fears has fallen into the hands of the criminal...


Death in Breslau

Inspector Eberhard Mock Quartet #1

by Marek Krajewski & Danusia Stok

Introducing one of the most stylish and moody historic detective series ever: The Inspector Eberhard Mock Quartet

Occupied Breslau, 1933: Two young women are found murdered on a train, scorpions writhing on their...


Dead Man Upright

by Derek Raymond

Never before available in the U.S., the final episode in the Factory Series is another unrelenting investigation with the nameless detective into the black soul of Thatcher’s England.

The fifth and final book...


The Buenos Aires Quintet

by Manuel Vazquez Montalban & Nick Caistor

Assignment: Finding one of Argentina's 30,000 "Disappeared" ... likely outcome: Becoming one yourself.

The Argentine army's "Dirty War" disappeared 30,000 people, and the last thing Pepe Carvalho wants is to...


The Angst-Ridden Executive

by Manuel Vazquez Montalban & Ed Emery

Introducing one of crime fiction’s most legendary detectives, and greatest writers, to America

When Antonio Jauma, a director of the multinational conglomerate Petnay, is murdered, his widow seeks out private...


Murder in the Central Committee

by Manuel Vazquez Montalban & Patrick Camiller

At a meeting of the central committee of Spain's Communist Party, in a room both locked and guarded, general secretary Fernando Garrido is stabbed to death. But the Party refuses to believe it was an inside...