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Uncle Edgar's Newsletter 111
Recently Received & Forthcoming Books
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Wait, Lea  
Mainely Needlepoint #2: Threads of Evidence
Some say a local mansion is haunted by the ghost of young Jasmine Gardener, who died there under mysterious circumstances. Angie is hired by the mansion's new owner to appraise the estate's needlepoint pictures, but the more she examines them, the more they seem to point toward Jasmine's murder - and the killer.  
Novel, 300 pages, Mass Market Paperback, 1st Edition  
Kensington - 2015 - ISBN: 1617730068 / 9781617730061  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New032886 $7.99
Washburn, Livia J.  
Fresh-Baked #10: The Candy Cane Cupcake Killer
When a local rancher drops dead after eating one of Phyllis Newsome's treats, it turns out he was shot, not poisoned, casting suspicion on the dead man's daughter and her husband. Includes recipes.  
Novel, 277 pages, Trade Paperback, 1st Edition  
Obsidian - 2015 - ISBN: 0451416716 / 9780451416711  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New032306 $15.00
Weaver, Ashley  
Amory Ames #1: Murder at the Brightwell
1930: Amory Ames accompanies her former fiance Gil Trent to a seaside resort, to help him prevent his sister's marriage to disreputable Rupert Howe. When Rupert is murdered and Gil is arrested, Amory is determined to prove Gil's innocence.

Awards:
♦  Finalist for the 2015 Edgar Award for Best First Novel by an American Author
 
Novel, 325 pages, Trade Paperback, Reprint of 2014 HC  
St. Martin's Minotaur - 2015 - ISBN: 1250074622 / 9781250074621  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New032642 $15.99
Webb, Betty  
Gunn Zoo #4: The Puffin of Death
On a trip to Iceland to pick up an orphaned polar bear cub, zookeeper Theodora Bentley finds a dead body lying atop a puffin burrow, and gets tangled in the murder investigation.  
Novel, 243 pages, Trade Paperback, 1st Edition (simultaneous HC)  
Poisoned Pen - 2015 - ISBN: 1464204160 / 9781464204166  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New033040 $15.95
Webb, Holly  
Maisie Hitchens #1: The Case of the Stolen Sixpence
Ages 9 and up. Victorian London: Twelve-year-old Maisie notices things, and believes she would make an excellent detective. When George, the butcher's boy, is fired for stealing coins from the till, Maisie and her dog Eddie search for clues to crack the case.  
Novel, 164 pages, Trade Paperback, Reprint of 2014 HC  
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - 2015 - ISBN: 0544582349 / 9780544582347  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New033057 $5.99
Wilson, F. Paul  
Repairman Jack: The Early Years #3: Fear City
New York City, 1993: As an obscure group of malcontents plots to create a terrible explosion, the man who will be Repairman Jack tries to stop them.  
Novel, 469 pages, Mass Market Paperback, Reprint of 2014 HC  
Tor - 2015 - ISBN: 0765368056 / 9780765368058  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New032541 $9.99
Wishart, David  
Marcus Corvinus #16: Finished Business
40 CE: When a consul's wife asks Corvinus to investigate her uncle's death, Corvinus is inclined to agree with the general verdict of accidental death, but his investigation finds signs of foul play - and unearths several skeletons in the wealthy family's closets.  
Novel, 211 pages, Trade Paperback, Reprint of 2014 HC  
Severn House - 2015 - ISBN: 1780295472 / 9781780295473  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New030534 $17.95
Wood, Tom (Hinshelwood)  
Victor #5: The Darkest Day
While finalizing a hit on a terrorist financier, Victor finds himself targeted by a woman assassin who proves to be as deadly as he is.  
Novel, 421 pages, Mass Market Paperback, 1st Edition  
Signet - 2015 - ISBN: 0451473981 / 9780451473981  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New032357 $9.99
Zinn, Howard  
A People's History of the United States
The history of the US from the bottom up, from the arrival of Christopher Columbus to Bill Clinton's first term as president, from the viewpoint of, and in the words of, women, people of color, factory workers, the working poor, immigrant laborers, and more, demonstrating how many of our greatest battles for social and economic justice were carried out at the grassroots level against bloody resistance. Covers events from the arrival of Christopher Columbus to President Bill Clinton's first term.  
Nonfiction, 729 pages, Trade Paperback, Reprint (originally published in 2003)  
Harper Perennial - 2015 - ISBN: 0062397346 / 9780062397348  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New032724 $19.99


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