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Newsletter #120 December, 2017 February, 2018

ALREADY RECEIVED

Mystery Scene #151 (Attica Locke; James Benn; reviews; more) $7.50
Mystery Scene #152 (James Patterson; Barbara Ross; Joe Ide; Mary Roberts Rinehart; reviews, more) $7.50
Buell, John The Pyx (Reissue; Originally published in 1959. When a heroin-addicted call girl falls from a swanky penthouse terrace, homicide detective Henderson is assigned to the case. Was it murder? Suicide?) $11.95
Carson, Clare Orkney Twilight (Sam Coyle #1: All families have secrets. But some have more secrets than others. Jim's stories get taller with each glass of whisky. His daughter Sam thinks it's time she found out the truth about her dad. On vacation in Orkney, Sam spies on Jim as he travels across the island. What has he hidden in the abandoned watchtower? Who is he meeting in the stone circle at dusk? And why is he suddenly obsessed with Norse myths?) $14.95
Cleeves, Ann Telling Tales (Vera Stanhope #2: Reissue; 10 years ago, Jeanie Long was charge with murdering Abigail Mantel. But new evidence proves her innocent, which means the killer is still at large. As Inspector Vera Stanhope makes fresh enquiries in the East Yorkshire village, tensions mount. But are people afraid of the killer, or of their own guilty pasts?) $16.99
Gooden, Philip May We Borrow Your Language? (The English language is a linguistic mongrel, its vocabulary resulting from centuries of borrowing from other tongues: from the Celtic languages of pre-Roman Britain, Norman French, Old Scandinavian, Persian, Sanskrit, Algonquian, Cantonese, Hawaiian, and a host of others. This book explores the stories behind scores of words that the English language has filched) $12.95
Grant, Maxwell Mox / Crime Country (Shadow #116: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell Teeth of the Dragon / Jade Dragon (Shadow #118: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell Crime's Stronghold / Death Diamonds (Shadow #119: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell The Cup of Confucius / No Time for Murder (Shadow #120: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell Hidden Death / The Shadow Meets The Mask (Shadow #121: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Jones, G. Wayman The Black Bat's Summons / The White Witch (Black Bat #8: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Jones, Peter Quid Pro Quo: What the Romans Really Gave the English Language (Nonfiction. From germs and bullets to custard and tinsel, Jones traces the origins of hundreds of everyday English words with Latin roots) $18.95
Lauren, O/Chester, HC The Screaming Statue (Curiosity House #2: Kids; Orphans Philippa, Sam, Thomas, and Max must avenge a friend's death, try to save their home, and unravel the secrets of their past - before their past unravels them) $6.99
Ludlum/Lustbader The Bourne Initiative (Bourne #14: The death of the head of Russia's feared FSB leads to a scramble to stop his final cyber operation: a plan to steal the US nuclear launch codes) $9.99
MacKenzie, A.J. The Body on the Doorstep (Hardcastle & Chaytor #1: PBO; Kent, 1796: Shocked to discover a dying man on his doorstep - and lucky to avoid a bullet himself - Reverend Hardcastle finds himself entrusted with the victim's cryptic last words. Ably assisted by the ingenious Mrs. Chaytor, Hardcastle sets out to solve the mystery) $12.95
Nickson, Chris Modern Crimes (Lottie Armstrong #1: PBO; 1924: WPC Lottie Armstrong, one of the first women to walk a beat in Leeds, follows the trail of a missing girl to the underbelly of the city, and to corruption in high places) $15.95
O'Donnell, P/Romero, E The Killing Game: The Killing Game / The Last Aristocrat / The Zombie (Modesty Blaise: PBO; Reprints classic black & white comic strips featuring three adventures of detective Modesty Blaise and her trusty henchman Willie Garvin) $19.95
Penny, Louise Glass Houses (Armand Gamache #13: When a mysterious figure appears on the village green in Three Pines, Armand Gamache knows something is seriously wrong. Yet legally he can only watch, and wait, and hope his mounting fears are not realized) $28.99
Ronka, Matti A Man with a Killer's Face (PBO; Viktor served lethally in the Soviet Special Forces, but now lives quietly in Helskinki, and helps ethnic Finns emigrating from Russia adjust to their new surroundings. When he is persuaded to search for a missing woman, the trail leads into the criminal underworld) $14.99
Shipton, Elisabeth Female Tommies: The Frontline Women of the First World War (Nonfiction. Through their diaries, letters, and memoirs, meet the women who defied convention and followed their convictions to defend the less fortunate and fight for their country during the Great War) $21.95
Taylor, Andrew The Greeks Had a Word for It: Words You Never Knew You Can't Do Without (Nonfiction. Do you ever search in vain for exactly the right word? Perhaps you want to articulate the vague desire to be far away. Or you can't quite convey that odd urge to go outside and check to see if anyone is coming. Maybe you're struggling to express there being just the right amount of something - not too much, but not too little. While the English may not have a word for it, the good news is that the Greeks, the Norwegians, the Dutch, or possibly the Inuits probably do. This delightful assortment of words from around the world will come to the rescue when the English language fails) $14.95
Wishart, David Family Commitments (Corvinus investigates when his major-domo's long-lost brother turns up - and turns out to be a crook on the run whose partner in crime just died under very suspicious circumstances) $16.99

EXPECTED EARLY DECEMBER

Bannalec, Jean-Luc Murder on Brittany Shores (Georges Dupin #2: When 3 bodies wash ashore in the idyllic Glenan Islands, the deaths appear accidental, but as the victims' identities come to light, cantankerous Commissaire Dupin is pulled in to investigate cold-blooded murder) $14.99
Blum, Christine E. Full Bodied Murder (Rose Avenue #1: Halsey is looking forward to joining the local Wine Club, but accidentally goes to the wrong house and finds a dead body instead) $7.99
Burns, V.M. The Plot Is Murder (Mystery Bookshop #1: Samantha is preparing to open a mystery bookstore in a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan, and penning a cozy mystery in her spare time. She finds herself a suspect when a shady realtor is found murdered in her back yard) $15.00
Cahoon, Lynn Of Murder and Men (Cat Latimer #3: When her business partner Shauna's beau is murdered, Cat investigates) $7.99
Castillo, Linda Gone Missing (Kate Burkholder #4: Rumspringa is a one-year period when Amish teens are allowed to experience life without the rules, a time of personal discovery and growth before committing to the church. When a young girl disappears without a trace, fear spreads through the community. Kate delves into the life of the missing teen and discovers links to cold cases) $7.99
Cavanagh, Steve The Defense (Eddie Flynn #1: Eddie Flynn used to be a con artist. Then he became a lawyer. Turns out the two jobs aren't all that different. He vowed never to set foot in a courtroom again after a case went disastrously wrong. But a Russian mobster on trial for murder has kidnapped Eddie's daughter. Now Eddie has 48 hours to use every con, bluff, grift, and trick in the book to defend an impossible trial and save his daughter) $9.99
Chandler, Jessie Puzzle Box (When she overhears her grandmother and her art-world cronies planning a daring theft, Flynn decides to crash the party, and ends up taking on the heist herself) $16.95
Childs, Laura Egg Drop Dead (Cackleberry Club #7: When a local dairy farmer is murdered, Suzanne, Petra, and Toni go on the hunt for the killer) $7.99
Cole, Daniel Ragdoll (New Blood Dagger shortlist. Detectives Wolf Fawkes and Emily Baxter catch the case of a lifetime: a crime scene where the dead body is sewn together from parts of six different victims) $15.99
Dams, Jeanne M. Smile and Be a Villain (Dorothy Martin #18: On a visit to the beautiful island of Alderney in the English Channel, Dorothy and her husband wind up investigating the murder of an American visitor) $17.95
Delany, Vicki Hark the Herald Angels Slay (Year-Round Christmas #3: The town is gearing up to celebrate Christmas in July when Merry's ex Max arrives to do a feature story on the town. When Max is murdered, Merry investigates) $7.99
Dunlap, Susan Out of Nowhere (Darcy Lott #7: Darcy is thrilled to be reunited with her long-lost brother Mike, but her joy turns to fear when he is attacked. He has no idea who is targeting him, but Darcy is determined to find out) $17.95
Dyer-Seeley, Kate In Cave Danger (Meg Reed #5: On a caving expedition, Meg discovers a Forest Service employee stabbed with a trowel) $7.99
Eaton, J.C. Ditched 4 Murder (Sophie Kimball #2: Phee helps investigate when a millionaire is murdered at the golf course not far from her mom's house) $7.99
Eriksson, Kjell Stone Coffin (Ann Lindell #3: A woman and her daughter are killed by a car on the road to Uppsala. Was it an accident? When the woman's husband disappears the same day, the police discover he had recently bought property overseas) $16.99
Fowler, Christopher Wild Chamber (Bryant & May Peculiar Crimes Unit #14: In London's Regent Park, a man sees a girl walking her dog. Then the dog and the girl vanish into thin air. Now octogenarian detectives Arthur Bryant and John May and their colleagues are investigating the most baffling case of their careers) $27.00
Golakai, H.J. The Lazarus Effect (Vee Johnson #1: Vee Johnson, an investigative journalist in Cape Town, and her oddball assistant Chloe Bishop delve into the secrets of the fractured Fourie and Paulsen families. What happened to Jacqui Paulsen, who vanished two years ago?) $14.95
Gregory, Susanna The Executioner of St. Paul's (Thomas Chaloner #12: 1665 CE: St. Paul's Cathedral is crumbling from neglect. Repair or demolish? Both sides have fanatical adherents. Large sums of money have disappeared, and major players have vanished mysteriously. When a skeleton is found, Chaloner reluctantly returns to London to investigate) $13.99
Gunn, Elizabeth Denny's Law (Sarah Burke #6: A murder leads Sarah Burke to investigate a money-laundering ring with connections extending far beyond Tucson. But does the key to solving the case lie closer to home than she realizes?) $17.95
Haddock, Nancy A Crime of Poison (Silver Six #3: Nixy is in charge of keeping the Fall Folk Art Festival and Bake Sale running smoothly. When a local troublemaker is found dead, two of the Silver Six are accused of his murder) $7.99
Hambly, Barbara Drinking Gourd (Benjamin January #14: When Jubal Cain, the man who coordinates the Underground Railroad in Mississippi, is accused of killing Vicksburg's chief conductor, Benjamin January must track down the real killer) $17.95
Hambly, Barbara Murder in July (Benjamin January #15: 1839: When the body of an Englishman is found floating in a New Orleans canal, January uncovers a link to a killer he failed to catch in Paris nine years earlier. Now he must unravel both killings) $28.99
Hammett, Dashiell The Big Book of the Continental Op (Collects all 28 stories, the original serialized versions of novels Red Harvest and The Dain Curse, and previously unpublished material, starring the Continental Op, a tough, wry, unglamorous gumshoe) $25.00
Harrison, Cora A Shocking Assassination (Reverend Mother Aquinas #2: Cork, 1924: When a young reporter is accused of murder, the Reverend Mother investigates) $17.95
Hiebert, Michael A Thorn Among the Lilies (Leah Teal #3: After agreeing to take her daughter to a psychic for a reading, detective Leah Teal is startled when the psychic instead hints at a string of gruesome murders and insists that Leah intervene to prevent more) $9.99
Hollon, Cheryl Etched in Tears (Webb's Glass Shop #4: Savannah investigates when a celebrated glass artist is found murdered at the museum with an old reference letter from her father in his pocket) $7.99
James, Bill The Principals (It's all-out war in this witty satire on academic life. Two universities in the same city set out to destroy each other, the better to take over one another's buildings, students, and, above all, bank balances) $17.95
Kaaberbol, Lene A Lady in the Shadows (Madeline Karno #2: 1894: As she looks into the murder of a prostitute, forensic pathologist Madeleine Karno must ask a terrifying question: does France now have their very own Jack the Ripper?) $16.00
Kellerman, Jonathan Heartbreak Hotel (Alex Delaware #32: Nearly 100, Della Mars isn't child psychologist Alex Delaware's typical patient. But she's sought him out for a reason, although she refuses to reveal it during their first session. When she's strangled before their second session, Alex teams up with LAPD detective Milo Sturgis on the investigation) $9.99
Koontz, Dean The Silent Corner (Jane Hawk #1: People of talent and accomplishment, happy and sound of mind, have been committing suicide in surprising numbers. When her husband joins their ranks, Jane Hawk must do what her grief, fear, and fury demand: find the truth, no matter what) $9.99
Leeson, Gayle Honey-Baked Homicide (Down South Cafe #3: When an unassuming local beekeeper is murdered, Amy investigates) $7.99
Leon, Donna A Sea of Troubles (Guido Brunetti #10: Reissue; When Brunetti investigates the murder of two Venetian fisherman, the small community closes ranks, forcing him to accept an offer from his boss's secretary to visit her relatives there to search for clues) $16.00
Lin, Ed Snakes Can't Run (Robert Chow #2: Chinatown, 1976: When two smuggled Chinese are found dead near the Brooklyn Bridge, detective Robert Chow goes after the ruthless human smugglers responsible) $11.99
Mackintosh, Clare I Let You Go (Jenna moves to a cottage on the Welsh coast to try to escape the memory of a car accident and the loss of her child. At the same time, a pair of Bristol police investigators try to get to the bottom of this hit-and-run) $9.99
Matthews, Olivia Mayhem & Mass (Sister Lou #1: Sister Lou expected some pushback when she invited her friend Maurice to be a guest speaker. The theology professor is well known for his controversial views. But she wasn't prepared to find him bashed over the head in his hotel room) $7.99
Maxwell, Alyssa A Pinch of Poison (Renshaw & Huntford #2: To benefit wounded veterans, Lady Phoebe and Eva have organized a luncheon at a local school for young ladies, and encouraged the students to participate in the cooking. Their plan becomes disastrous when the headmistress is poisoned) $15.00
McConnon, Maggie Bel, Book, and Scandal (Bel McGrath #3: PBO; A photo jolts Bel back to a dark chapter in her past: her best friend's disappearance. Bel decides to find out what happened to Amy, and whether she is still alive) $7.99
McDermid, Val Insidious Intent (Hill & Jordan #10: Tony and Carol hunt for a serial killer who targets single women attending weddings without a date) $26.00
McDermid, Val Out of Bounds (Karen Pirie #3: When a teenage joyrider ends up in a coma, a DNA test reveals a connection to an unsolved murder from 22 years ago. As detective Karen Pirie investigates, she also finds herself drawn to another mystery she has no business investigating, rooted in a terrorist bombing two decades earlier) $16.00
Melville, Alan Death of Anton (Reissue; Originally published in 1936. When animal trainer Anton is found dead in the tiger cage, it seems the tigers mauled him to death - but DI Minto of Scotland Yard is not convinced) $12.95
Melville, Alan Quick Curtain (Reissue; Originally published in 1934. When the star of a musical extravaganza drops dead on stage, and another cast member is found dead soon after, Inspector Wilson - who happened to be in the audience - takes charge of the proceedings in his own inimitable way) $12.95
Ould, Chris The Blood Strand (Faroes #1: British homicide detective Jan Reyna left the Faroes as a child, but is drawn back when his estranged father is found unconscious in an isolated spot, with a shotgun by his side and someone else's blood in the car) $7.99
Paretsky, Sara Fallout (V.I. Warshawski #18: The search for a vanished film student and a faded Hollywood star leads V.I. to Kansas, where she and her dog track the pair through a university town, across fields dotted with Cold War missile silos, and into a past, riven by long-simmering racial tensions, that holds the key to the mysteries of the present) $9.99
Pavone, Chris The Accident (A manuscript full of shocking revelations and disturbing truths puts literary agent Isabel Reed, eager to publish it, on a collision course with veteran CIA station chief Hayden Gray, who will stop at nothing to keep it from seeing the light of day. As they try to outwit each other, the anonymous author watches from afar) $9.99
Postgate, Raymond Somebody at the Door (Reissue; Originally published in 1943. Inspector Holly investigates when Councillor Grayling is murdered on his way home from the train station) $12.95
Rollins, James The Demon Crown (SIGMA Force #13: When a construction project beneath the National Mall unearths a terrifying secret dating back to the Civil War, SIGMA Force must unlock a deadly mystery that dates back to the very origins of life on Earth; Signed copies expected) $28.99
Shelton, Paige Comic Sans Murder (Dangerous Type #3: A world-famous horror author's vacation takes a turn for the worse when he finds an abandoned ski boot on the slopes with a human foot inside) $7.99
Simenon, Georges Maigret's Mistake (Maigret #43: Inspector Maigret investigates when a young woman with a troubled past is found murdered in Paris) $13.00
Smith, Alexander McCall Chance Developments (Collection. Short stories on the subjects of love and art, each inspired by an intriguing old photo) $16.00
Tate, Clover Live and Let Fly (Kite Shop #2: Emmy gets into an argument with the contest judge at the annual kite festival, and winds up a murder suspect when the woman is killed) $7.99
Truman, M/Bain, D Deadly Medicine (Capital Crimes #29: When a medical researcher who was working on a breakthrough painkiller is murdered in Washington, DC, PI Robert Brixton searches for the man's missing papers and the killer) $8.99
Weaver, Ashley Murder at the Brightwell (Amory Ames #1: Reissue; Edgar finalist. 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) $9.99
Woods, Stuart Fast & Loose (Stone Barrington #41: Stone Barrington's newest foe has a short fuse - and it's just been lit) $9.99

EXPECTED MID-DECEMBER

Aaronovitch, Ben et al Detective Stories (Rivers of London GN #4: Full color graphic novel. Wizardly PC Peter Grant, DC Sahra Guleed, and their associates tackle supernatural crime in London) $16.99
Block, Lawrence (ed) In Sunlight or in Shadow (Anthology. Stories inspired by the paintings of Edward Hopper) $15.95
Connolly, Sheila Cruel Winter (County Cork #5: When a major snowstorm rolls in around Sullivan's pub, Maura finds herself stranded in a bar full of patrons - including a suspect from a long-ago murder case, who asserts her innocence and asks to share her side of the story) $15.99
Herron, Mick Spook Street (Slough House #4: Steel Dagger winner; Gold Dagger shortlist. What happens when an old spook loses his mind? Does the Service have a retirement home for those who know too much? Or does someone take care of the senile spy for good? These are River Cartwright's questions when his grandfather develops dementia. And that's not all the agents of Slough House have to worry about after a bomb goes off in the middle of a busy shopping center) $15.95
Jance, J.A. Man Overboard (Ali Reynolds #12: When a brilliant software engineer falls to his death on a cruise, it's declared a suicide; his aunt asks Ali Reynolds to look into the case) $9.99
Rowland, Laura Joh The Ripper's Shadow (Sarah Bain #1: London, 1888: Whitechapel photographer Sarah Bain supplements her meager income by taking illicit 'boudoir photographs' of the local ladies. When two of her models are gruesomely murdered, she suspects it's more than coincidence, and with a motley crew of friends begins delving into the crime of the century) $15.99
Todd, Charles Racing the Devil (Ian Rutledge #18: 1919: A group of British officers are racing motorcars from Paris to Nice. When two of their vehicles are nearly run off the road, no one will admit knowing which driver was responsible. A year later, Inspector Rutledge investigates a fatal crash in the South Downs. Is it connected to the events in France?) $14.99

EXPECTED EARLY JANUARY

Alexander, Ellie Another One Bites the Crust (Bakeshop #7: Torte is in charge of supplying Elizabethan-era treats for the Shakespeare Festival. Plans go awry when one of Jules' friends is accused of murdering one of the actors) $7.99
Allingham, Margery The Crime at Black Dudley (Albert Campion #1: Reissue; A social weekend at Black Dudley manor is spoiled by murder and a criminal gang. Luckily for everyone, among the guests is Albert Campion, a garrulous and affable party-crasher with a great knack for solving mysteries) $16.00
Allingham, Margery Mystery Mile (Albert Campion #2: Reissue; Campion sets out to catch the infamous leader of the deadly Simister gang) $16.00
Archer, Winnie Crust No One (Bread Shop #2: Ivy investigates when a local produce supplier disappears) $7.99
Barton, Fiona The Widow (There's a lot Jean hasn't said over the years about the crime her husband was suspected of committing. Now he's dead, and there's no reason to stay quiet. There are people who want to hear her story. And Jean has learned in the last few years that she can make people believe anything) $9.99
Berenson, Alex The Prisoner (John Wells #12: To unmask a CIA mole spying for Daesh, John Wells must go undercover as a jihadi) $9.99
Berry, Steve The Lost Order (Cotton Malone #12: As Malone tries to uncover the truth about a legendary secret, he finds himself on a perilous adventure that takes him from the Senate floor to the Smithsonian to the deepest woods of Arkansas and finally to the mountains of New Mexico) $9.99
Black, Lisa Unpunished (Gardiner & Renner #2: Forensic investigator Maggie Gardiner and homicide detective Jack Renner investigate when a dead body is found hanging above the assembly line of a Cleveland newspaper $9.99
Blaedel, Sara The Night Women (Louise Rick #10: A murder and the discovery of an abandoned child put detective Louise Rick on the trail of a human trafficking ring operating in Copenhagen) $9.99
Blaedel, Sara The Running Girl (Louise Rick #11: Violent party-crashers send a young girl fleeing for help; when she's struck and killed by a car, detective Louise Rick investigates) $9.99
Blaedel, Sara The Stolen Angel (Louise Rick #12: Detective Rick's skills as a trained negotiator are tested when a seriously ill little girl is kidnapped) $9.99
Bradford, Laura Dial M for Mousse (Emergency Desert Squad #3: Winnie is hired to make motivational treats for an artists' retreat; her deliveries are interrupted when she stumbles over the organizer's dead body) $7.99
Bude, John Death Makes a Prophet (William Meredith #11: Reissue; Originally published in 1947. The Children of Osiris, led by eccentric High Prophet Eustace Mildmann, is a seething hotbed of petty resentment, jealousy, and dark secrets. When murder ensues, Inspector Meredith investigates) $12.95
Burke, James Lee Robicheaux (Robicheaux #21: Dave Robicheaux may have committed the homicide he's investigating, one which involved the death of the man who killed Dave's wife. As he works to clear his name and make sense of the murder, he encounters a cast of characters and a resurgence of dark social forces that threaten to destroy all those he loves; Signed copies expected; unabridged audiobook $39.99) $27.99
Camilleri, Andrea The Pyramid of Mud (Montalbano #22: After days of rain and flooding, Montalbano is called out to investigate when a murdered man is found dead on a building site. All the evidence points him towards the murky world of builders, construction firms, and government contracts) $16.00
Child, Lee No Middle Name (Jack Reacher: 11 short stories plus a novella original to this collection) $9.99
Coleman, Reed Farrel What You Break (Gus Murphy #2: Gus and his girlfriend Magdalena are put in harm's way when Gus is caught up in the distant aftershocks of heinous crimes committed decades ago in Vietnam and Russia) $16.00
Crais, Robert The Wanted (Cole & Pike #17: When single mother Devon Connor hires PI Elvis Cole, it's because her son Tyson is flashing cash and she's afraid he's dealing drugs. But the truth is devastatingly different - he's responsible for a string of high-end burglaries) $28.00
de Hahn, Tracee Swiss Vendetta (Agnes Luthi #1: On the eve of a terrible blizzard, Inspector Agnes Luthi takes on her first homicide case, a stabbing on the lawn of a grand chateau near Lausanne, Switzerland) $16.99
Dorsey, Tim Clownfish Blues (Serge Storms #20: Serge sets out with his sidekick Coleman to shoot his own episodes of his favorite classic TV show, Route 66. Their adventure takes a detour when they find out someone is trying to tilt the odds in the Florida state lottery) $15.99
Dunbar-Ortiz, Roxanne Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment (Nonfiction. A timely and deeply researched history of gun culture and how it reflects race and power in the USA) $15.95
Eastland, Sam The Red Moth (Pekkala #4: With Hitler's forces smashing into Soviet territory, Stalin summons Pekkala to investigate the cryptic contents of a briefcase retrieved from a downed German scout plane) $14.95
Gardiner, Meg UNSUB (20 years ago, a serial killer terrorized the Bay Area and nearly destroyed Caitlin Hendrix's father, the lead investigator on the case. Now the killings have started again, and Caitlin is determined to decipher the twisted messages and stop the carnage) $9.99
Gibbins, David Testament (Jack Howard #9: Marine archaeologist Jack Howard is on the most important and perilous dive of his life: hunting for Nazi gold) $9.99
Harper, Jane The Dry (Gold Dagger and Ned Kelly winner. 20 years ago, Luke and Aaron were each other's alibis when Aaron was accused of murder. Now Luke has been found dead after committing a terrible crime, and Aaron, a federal investigator in Melbourne, has received a note: 'Luke lied. You lied. Be at the funeral.') $15.99
Haseldine, Jane Duplicity (Julia Gooden #2: Julia's husband is about to bring Nick Rossi, Detroit's most devious criminal, to trial. When a courthouse bomb kills the key witness and critically injures her husband, Julia is certain Rossi orchestrated the attack. She'll need all her skills as an investigative journalist to follow a trail of blackmail, payback, and political ambition to the truth) $9.99
Hearon, Leigh Unbridled Murder (Carson Stables #3: When Annie finds the sleazy owner of a feedlot trampled in his corral, she must track down a killer while trying to save the feedlot horses from slaughter) $7.99
Higgins, Jack The Midnight Bell (Sean Dillon #22: Ripples from events in Ulster, London, and Washington, DC, meet and overlap, creating havoc in their wake. Desperate men will act, secrets will be revealed, and the midnight bell will toll) $9.99
Housewright, David Darkness, Sing Me a Song (Holland Taylor #4: Wealthy Eleanor Barrington has hired Twin Cities PI Holland Taylor to do a background check on her son's girlfriend. When the young woman is murdered and Barrington is arrested, Taylor finds himself in the thick of things; Signed copies expected) $25.99
Iles, Greg Mississippi Blood (Penn Cage #6: Dr. Tom Cage is about to be tried for murder. Worst of all, he has frozen Penn out of the trial preparations, preferring to risk dying in prison to revealing the truth of the crime to his son) $9.99
James, Miranda Twelve Angry Librarians (Cat in the Stacks #8: The Southern Academic Libraries Association is holding their annual meeting at Athena College, with the keynote speech to be delivered by Charlie's high school nemesis. When the irritating man is found dead, Charlie is at the top of the suspect list. Charlie and Diesel will have to check out every clue to catch the killer) $7.99
Khan, Ausma Zehanat Among the Ruins (Khattak & Getty #3: Canadian cop Esa Khattak investigates when a Canadian-Iranian filmmaker is murdered in an notorious Iranian prison, where she had been seeking the release of a political prisoner) $16.99
Kopfler, Pamela Better Dead (B&B Spirits #1: Holly has converted her family's Louisiana plantation into a B&B. She wasn't expecting her no-good cheating husband's ghost to show up, looking for her help to bust up the drug smuggling ring he was involved with) $7.99
Lin, Ed One Red Bastard (Robert Chow #3: 1976: New York's Chinatown is in turmoil over the news that Mao's daughter is seeking asylum in the US. When his girlfriend Lonnie gets to interview the woman's Chinese representative, trainee detective Robert Chow is thrilled. But hours after the interview, the man is found dead, and Lonnie is the main suspect) $11.99
Parker, R/Knott, R Revelation (Cole & Hitch #9: Territorial Marshals Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch join the hunt for escaped prisoner Augustus Driggs, who is going after a hidden cache of gold and the men who double-crossed him, and is willing to leave a bloody path of destruction in his wake) $7.99
Parsons, Kelly Under the Knife (When his wife dies of complications during surgery, biotech tycoon Morgan Finney vows to ruin the surgeon's reputation and destroy her life) $9.99
Perry, Thomas The Bomb Maker (A former LAPD Bomb Squad commander returns to help his old squad catch a bomber who seems to be targeting the Bomb Squad itself) $26.00
Perry, Thomas The Old Man (Dan Chase looks like a harmless retiree, but most widowers don't have multiple IDs, money stockpiled in banks across the country, and a bugout kit with two Berettas in it. Decades ago, he was in Army Intelligence. And now the fallout from long-ago events is about to catch up to him) $16.00
Robb, J.D. Secrets in Death (Eve Dallas #45: Lt. Eve Dallas investigates the murder of a professional gossip with a side business in blackmail) $8.99
Robotham, Michael The Secrets She Keeps (A wealthy, chic customer has no way of knowing that her mundane conversation with a grocery store employee will change the course of her not-so-perfect life forever) $17.00
Ross, Barbara Stowed Away (Maine Clambake #6: Julia and her family are working hard to get ready for clambake season. But preparations are put on hold when a yacht drops anchor in the harbor and delivers an unexpected cargo of murder) $7.99
Ryan, Annelise Dead in the Water (Mattie Winston #8: When the new hire at the Medical Examiner's office is murdered on a fishing trip with his girlfriend, Mattie is going to have to dive deep for clues) $7.99
Shelton, Paige Of Books and Bagpipes (Scottish Bookshop #2: Delaney's boss asks her to retrieve a rare edition of a Scottish comic; her trip to Castle Doune ends up being more than she bargained for when she finds a dead man on the castle ramparts) $7.99
Siger, Jeffrey An Aegean April (Andreas Kaldis #9: Kaldis investigates when a prominent citizen is killed with a sword in the garden of his mansion) $15.95
Simenon, Georges Maigret Goes to School (Maigret #44: Inspector Maigret is called to a small village near La Rochelle to investigate the murder of the local postmistress) $13.00
Smith, Karen Rose Murder with Lemon Tea Cakes (Daisy's Tea Garden #1: In an old Victorian home in Pennsylvania Amish country, Daisy and her aunt Iris serve soup, scones, and tea to tourists and locals. When their garden becomes a crime scene and her aunt becomes a murder suspect, Amy sets out to find a killer) $7.99
Sutton, Phoef Colorado Boulevard (Crush #3: When his roommate is kidnapped, tough bodyguard Crush springs into action to save him) $16.00
Wilson, Andrew A Talent for Murder (1926: Mystery writer Agatha Christie falls into the hands of a blackmailer who plans to force her to use her knowledge about murder to kill on his behalf) $16.00
Wilson, F. Paul The God Gene (ICE Sequence #2: When his zoologist brother suddenly liquidates his assets and vanishes, the only clues Rick Hayden and Laura Fanning have are his brother's book. The search takes them to an uncharted island off the coast of Mozambique, and to the edge of evolution) $25.99
Woods, Stuart Unbound (Stone Barrington #44: Stone is pulled along for the ride when a friend pursues a perilous course of vengeance) $28.00

EXPECTED MID-JANUARY

Bauer, Belinda The Beautiful Dead (Gold Dagger shortlist. TV crime reporter Eve Singer's career is flagging, until she covers a spate of bizarre murders. Then the killer contacts Eve about her coverage. As he becomes increasingly obsessed with her, she realizes there's a thin line between inside information and becoming an accomplice to murder - possibly her own) $16.00
Boylan, Jennifer Long Black Veil (Judith's past is dredged up when the body of a college friend is discovered 20 years after her disappearance. Judith is the only one who can testify to another friend's innocence - the only problem is that, on that fateful night, Judith was a very different person from the woman she is today) $16.00
Brody, Frances A Death in the Dales (Kate Shackleton #7: 1920s: While investigating the death of a Yorkshire landlord, Kate also helps search for a missing boy, and uncovers another suspicious death) $16.99
Bugge, Carole The Haunting of Torre Abbey (Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Reissue; Holmes receives a request for aid from Lord Charles Cary, whose family is apparently being threatened by ghosts in and around the family manor, a former monastery) $12.95
Cleeves, Ann Hidden Depths (Vera Stanhope #3: Reissue; Murders involving corpses strewn with flowers set DI Vera Stanhope on the trail of a killer who is making art out of death) $16.99
Cornwell, Bernard Fools and Mortals (Elizabethan England: Penniless actor Richard Shakespeare dreams of a glittering career in the world dominated by his older brother William. Instead, when a priceless manuscript goes missing, he finds himself entangled in a high-stakes game of duplicity and betrayal) $27.99
Delany, Vicki Body on Baker Street (Sherlock Holmes Bookshop #2: When the illustrious author of the controversial Hudson and Holmes mystery series drops dead during an autographing event, Gemma and Jayne investigate) $15.99
Kutscher, Volker Babylon Berlin (Gereon Rath #1: Berlin, 1929: When a dead man without an identity, bearing traces of atrocious torture, is discovered, Gereon Rath hopes to work his way up from vice squad to homicide division by investigating) $17.00
LoTempio, T.C. Purr M for Murder (Cat Rescue #1: To raise funds for the local animal shelter, Sydney and her sister Kat organize an event at a local coffeeshop. When the landlord threatens to shut down the event and then turns up dead, the sisters have to clear their names) $15.99
MacRae, Molly Plaid and Plagiarism (Highland Bookshop #1: Four friends who moved to the Scottish Highlands to run a bookshop find themselves embroiled in a murder investigation when a local advice columnist turns up dead in a garden shed) $15.95
Massey, Sujata The Widows of Malabar Hill (Perveen Mistry #1: Bombay, 1921: Perveen Mistry has just joined her father's law firm. Going through the paperwork for executing a wealthy Muslim's will, Perveen becomes suspicious when she discovers that all three widows, who live in strict seclusion, have apparently signed over their full inheritance to a charity, and decides to investigate) $26.95
Miller, Derek B. The Girl in Green (Gold Dagger shortlist. In 1991, journalist Thomas Benton and US Army Private Arwood Hobbes found themselves embroiled in an attack in Kuwait in which a local girl was killed. Years later, they are offered an opportunity to redeem themselves when that same girl is found alive and in need of salvation. Or is she?) $14.99
Petrie, Nick Light It Up (Peter Ash #3: While investigating the hijacking of security vehicles full of cash, Peter Ash begins to have questions about what's really going on) $26.00
Preston/Child City of Endless Night (Pendergast #17: Pendergast and Vincent D'Agosta team up to investigate the murder and mutilation of a tech billionaire's daughter) $28.00
Rowland, Laura Joh A Mortal Likeness (Sarah Bain #2: London, 1889: Photographer Sarah Bain runs a PI agency with Lord Hugh Staunton and former street urchin Mick O'Reilly. They land a big new case when a surveillance photograph happens to reveal a clue about the kidnapping of a wealthy banker's infant son) $26.99
Sigurdardottir, Yrsa The Undesired (Odinn is looking into alleged abuse at a juvenile detention center in rural Iceland, following the unexplained death of the colleague who was previously running the investigation. The more he finds out, the more it looks like there are links to odd events there in the 1970s) $16.99
Zander, Joakin The Believer (Following rumors that her brother Fadi was radicalized and died fighting for Daesh, Yasmine Ajam heads back to Stockholm to discover what really happened to him) $16.99

EXPECTED EARLY FEBRUARY

Barr, Nevada Boar Island (Anna Pigeon #18: At her new posting at Acadia National Park in Maine, Anna tries to help a friend's daughter deal with cyberbullying and a stalker) $9.99
Blackmoore, Stephanie Murder Borrowed, Murder Blue (Wedding Planner #3: A celebrity couple getting hitched on Valentine's Day should be a big boost for Mallory's wedding planner business. Just one problem: the maid of honor has dropped out of the wedding party by dropping dead) $7.99
Bolton, Ginger Survival of the Fritters (Deputy Donut #1: Emily runs the best donut shop in Fallingbrook, Wisconsin, with some help from her father-in-law and her tabby cat Deputy Donut. She decides to investigate when a regular customer is murdered on the same day the woman's son was murdered five years earlier, a case that was never solved) $15.95
Bradley, Alan The Grave's a Fine and Private Place (Flavia de Luce #9: A trip on the river in a punt becomes much more exciting for Flavia when she finds a human corpse in the water) $26.00
Brennan, Allison Breaking Point (Lucy Kincaid #13: When she learns that a friend's sister is missing, FBI agent Lucy Kincaid doesn't think twice about helping, even though it's out of her jurisdiction) $9.99
Brown, D/DeFelice, J Act of Revenge (Puppet Master #2: When terrorist attacks target Boston on Easter Sunday, roboticist Louis Massina takes it personally - Boston is his city, and one of his employees has been taken hostage) $9.99
Cavallaro, Brittany The Last of August (Charlotte Holmes & James Watson #2: YA; James and Charlotte are spending winter break in Sussex. When her Uncle Leander goes missing from the Holmes estate, the game is afoot once again) $9.99
Child, Lincoln Full Wolf Moon (Jeremy Logan #5: A hiker's severely mauled body is found in the Adirondacks. Logan discovers no shortage of suspects capable of the attack - and no shortage of locals willing to point the finger and spread incredible rumors, including one even the local forest ranger believes: werewolves) $9.99
Childs, Laura Pekoe Most Poison (Tea Shop #18: At a party thrown by Doreen Briggs, one of Charleston's most prominent hostesses, a fire starts at one of the tables and Doreen's husband drops dead. As Theo reviews the guest list for suspects, she finds herself drawn into a dangerous game of cat and mouse) $7.99
Connelly, Michael The Late Show (Renee Ballard #1: Detective Ballard works the night shift in Hollywood, each morning turning her cases over to day shift detectives. But one night she catches two cases she doesn't want to part with, and decides not to give up at dawn) $15.99
Day, Maddie Biscuits and Slashed Browns (Country Store #4: Things get sticky at the local maple syrup festival when an obnoxious academic is stabbed to death outside the sugar shack) $7.99
Dorsey, Tim The Pope of Palm Beach (Serge Storms #21: Serge and his sidekick Coleman set out on a literary pilgrimage, headed for the seaside town where they spent their formative years. Along the way, Serge disturbs some long-forgotten ground, attracting a cast of villains that only Florida could produce. As the body count grows, so does the list of questions) $26.99
Downing, David Jack of Spies (Jack McColl #1: Reissue; 1913: Traveling salesman Jack McColl moonlights collecting intelligence for His Majesty's Navy in the Far East, but with a geopolitical catastrophe brewing, he finds the task growing much more dangerous. Then he realizes that his girlfriend's Irish-American family might be embroiled in the Irish Republican movement. Must he choose between his country and the woman he loves?) $9.99
Farjeon, J. Jefferson Seven Dead (Reissue; Originally published in 1939. Amateur thief Ted Lyte chooses an isolated house for his first crime, only to find a locked room containing seven dead bodies. DI Kendall takes the case with the help of passing yachtsman Thomas Hazeldean) $12.95
Fluke, Joanne Banana Cream Pie Murder (Hannah Swensen #23: When her mother's neighbor is murdered in the condo downstairs, Hannah sets out to solve the crime) $7.99
Frederick, Heather Vogel Yours Truly (Pumpkin Falls #2: Kids; Tourists flock to Pumpkin Falls for the annual Maple Festival. When someone tries to sabotage the trees on the Franklin family farm, Truly rallies the Pumpkin Falls Private Eyes to investigate) $7.99
Graves, Sarah Death by Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake (Jake & Ellie #1: Jake Tiptree and her best friend Ellie White have decided to open a bakery using Ellie's old family recipes. Their plans take an ugly turn when the health inspector is found murdered in their kitchen) $25.00
Gregory, Lena Clairvoyant and Present Danger (Bay Island Psychic #3: Communications with a ghost land Cass in the middle of a murder investigation - much to the chagrin of local law enforcement) $7.99
Harrod-Eagles, Cynthia Shadow Play (Bill Slider #20: DCI Slider and his team investigate the murder of a man with a decidedly shady past. Whose enforcer was he? And what did he have to do with the blackmailing of an MP?) $28.99
Herbert, A.L. Murder with Fried Chicken and Waffles (Mahalia Watkins #1: Running her soul food restaurant in Maryland, Halia Watkins has her hands full cooking, hosting, and keeping her boisterous young cousin Wavonne from sassing the customers. When a fast-talking entrepreneur turns up dead in her kitchen after hours and Wavonne is a suspect, can Halia serve up the real villain?) $7.99
Heywood, Joseph Buckular Dystrophy (Woods Cop #10: Game warden Grady Service faces a bizarre string of big cases during deer season) $18.95
Hunter, Maddy Say No Moor (Passport to Peril #11: Emily offers discounts to several bloggers in exchange for highlighting her tour of Cornwall, England - a publicity plan that may backfire when the quarrelsome host at their historic inn dies under suspicious circumstances) $15.99
Jaffarian, Sue Ann Too Big to Die (Odelia Grey #12: After Odelia and Greg rescue a dog from a closed car on a hot day, a video of the rescue goes viral, and the man who helped them winds up dead) $14.99
Jones, Stephen Mack August Snow (The son of an African American father and a Mexican mother, August Snow joined the Detroit police only to be drummed out of the force by a conspiracy of corrupt cops and politicians. Powerful businesswoman Eleanore Paget wants him to investigate unusual happenings at her bank, but Snow turns her down. When she dies the next day, an apparent suicide, August isn't buying it, and starts asking questions) $15.95
Klein, Libby Class Reunions Are Murder (Poppy McAllister #1: Poppy reluctantly heads home for her 25th high school reunion, only to wind up a suspect when her high school nemesis is murdered right in front of Poppy's old locker) $7.99
Lutz, John The Honorable Traitors (Thomas Laker #1: Officially, Lake works for the NSA. His real employer, known as the Gray Outfit, is not listed anywhere. When a Washington, DC, power broker is killed in a bombing, Laker teams up with cryptographer Ava North to search for clues) $9.99
MacBride, Stuart Now We Are Dead (Recently demoted for fitting up a suspect, Sergeant Roberta Steel has a problem. The perp is back on the streets, and women are being attacked, but if Steel goes anywhere near him, she'll be thrown off the force. How much is she willing to sacrifice to stop him?) $25.99
Macmillan, Gilly What She Knew (Edgar and Thriller Award finalist. Rachel is walking in a Bristol park on a Sunday afternoon. As always, her son Ben runs on ahead of her. Rachel has no reason to worry - until Ben vanishes) $9.99
Mandys, Pavel (ed) Prague Noir (Anthology. Original crime stories set in the capital of the Czech Republic) $15.95
Martin, Kat Beyond Danger (Beau Reese forms an uneasy alliance with stunning PI Cassidy Jones to find out who killed his father) $7.99
Morley, Christopher Parnassus on Wheels / The Haunted Bookshop (Reissue; Reprints 2 novellas about bookselling) $14.95
Nesbo, Jo The Thirst (Harry Hole #11: Harry is drawn back into the Oslo police force when a serial murderer begins targeting Tinder daters - a murderer whose MO reignites Harry's hunt for a nemesis from his past) $16.00
O'Connor, Carlene Murder at an Irish Wedding (Irish Village #2: When the best man at a celebrity wedding is found murdered in the woods, Siobhan's beau, local garda Macdara Flannery, becomes prime suspect) $7.99
Ortiz, Paul An African American and Latinx History of the United States (Nonfiction. A revisionist history spanning more than two centuries that shows how placing African American, Latinx, and Indigenous voices front and center transforms American hsitory into one of the working class organizing themselves against imperialism) $27.95
Randall, Shari Curses, Boiled Again! (Lobster Shack #1: Allie is helping out at her family's New England seafood shack, but winds up sleuthing after a celebrity judge is poisoned during the Lobster Festival) $7.99
Reichs, Kathy Two Nights (Sunnie's thirst for justice stems from her own dark past. A girl has gone missing, lost in the chaos of a bomb explosion, and the family needs Sunnie's help. Is the girl dead? Did someone take her? If she is out there, why doesn't she want to be found?) $9.99
Ryan, Sofie The Fast and the Furriest (Second Chance Cat #5: Sarah couldn't run Second Chance without her right-hand man Mac, but no one knows much about his earlier life. When a woman from his past shows up in town, and is murdered, suspicion falls on Mac. Sarah hopes she can prove his innocence quick as a whisker) $7.99
Schutt, Bill/Finch, JR The Himalayan Codex (Hell's Gate #1: 1946: R.J. MacCready thinks he's going to the Himalayas to examine recently discovered mammoth bones, but learns he's being sent there to investigate an ancient codex, in which Pliny the Elder purports to have discovered a new race of humans in the mountains) $9.99
Scottoline, Lisa Keep Quiet (When Jake and his 16-year-old son Ryan get in an auto accident that threatens to derail Ryan's chances at college, Jake makes a decision that saves his son from formal punishment, but plunges them both into a world of guilt, lies, and secrecy) $8.99
Sheridan, Sara London Calling (Mirabelle Bevan #2: A debutante, last seen in Soho with a saxophone player, has disappeared. When the police take the musician into custody, Mirabelle and her friend Vesta decide to do a bit of investigating in London's smoky jazz clubs) $15.95
Simenon, Georges Maigret and the Dead Girl (alternate title: Maigret and the Young Girl) (Maigret #45: Maigret and fellow inspector Lognon clash in their investigations into the murder of an unidentified young woman in a Montmartre park) $13.00
Smith, Alexander McCall A Time of Love and Tartan (44 Scotland Street #12: When Pat accepts her ex Bruce's invitation for coffee, she has no idea of the complications in her romantic and professional life that will follow. Meanwhile, Matthew, her boss at the art gallery, attracts the attention of the police after a misunderstanding at the local bookstore) $15.95
Smith, Michael Farris Desperation Road (Russell's prison sentence is served, his debt paid. He returns home, only to discover that revenge lives all around him. That same day, Maben and her young daughter spend their last dollar on a room for the night, a night that ends with Maben running through the darkness holding a pistol, and a dead deputy sprawled in the road. With the dawn, destinies collide, and Russell is forced to decide whose life he will save - his own, or those of the woman and child) $15.99
Swain, James Super Con (Billy Cunningham #3: Master grifter Billy Cunningham is scheming with a gang of high-profile cheats to pull off a scam that could rake in millions. Everything is going as planned until a crime lord strong-arms Billy into rigging the Super Bowl too) $15.95
Todd, Charles The Gate Keeper (Ian Rutledge #19: An aimless drive lands Inspector Rutledge with a murder investigation when he finds a car stopped on a desolate road, a woman with blood on her hands, and a dead man lying on the ground) $26.99
Tremayne, S.K. The Fire Child (Rachel's marriage to dark, handsome David seems ideal, but when her stepson's behavior changes disturbingly, her perfect life begins to unravel) $7.99
Washburn, Tim The Day After Oblivion (In the US, the DoD and NSA computer networks have been hacked. Bombs are detonated, missiles are launched, counterstrikes are ordered. The death toll is incalculable. Can those who remain survive long enough to rebuild - or will it just take them a little longer to die?) $9.99
Watterson, Kate Crushed (Ellie MacIntosh #5: Detective Ellie MacIntosh and her partner Jason Santiago track a conscienceless killer who is leaving them message on the victims' bodies) $9.99
Ziegler, Philip Between the Wars: 1919-1939 (Nonfiction. Ziegler examines the major international turning points - cultural and social as well as political and military - that led the world from the Great War to WWII) $15.99

EXPECTED MID-FEBRUARY

Beaton, M.C. Death of an Honest Man (Hamish Macbeth #34: Police sergeant Hamish Macbeth investigates the murder of a newcomer who managed to become remarkably unpopular in a very short time; unabridged audiobook $30.00) $25.00
Cumming, Charles A Divided Spy (Tom Kell #3: Offered an unexpected chance at revenge, former MI6 officer Thomas Kell embarks on a mission to recruit a top Russian spy who possesses a terrifying secret) $16.99
Finch, Charles The Woman in the Water (Charles Lenox Prequel: London, 1850: Young Charles Lenox struggles to make a name for himself as a detective, but Scotland Yard won't take him seriously, and his friends deride him for working. When the newspaper publishes a letter whose anonymous author claims to have committed the perfect crime and promises to kill again, Lenox seizes the chance to prove himself) $25.99
Holt, Anne Dead Joker (Hanne Wilhelmsen #5: DI Hanne Wilhelmsen investigates when the Chief Public Prosecutor is suspected of his wife's brutal murder) $17.00
James, Miranda Claws for Concern (Cat in the Stacks #9: Charlie has been helping an elderly man navigate the library's geneaology database, but is startled to learn that the man is focused on his late aunt's husband. And true-crime writer Jack Pemberton is sure the visitor was involved in a shocking murder years ago. As this cold case heats up, Charlie and his cat Diesel have to uncover a killer) $26.00
Kanon, Joseph Defectors (12 years ago, Simon's brother Frank was exposed as a Communist spy and vanished behind the Iron Curtain. Now Frank wants Simon to come to Moscow to edit his memoirs. Simon agrees, only to find himself dragged into Frank's latest scheme, and caught between the KGB and the CIA) $17.00
Lansdale, Joe R. Rusty Puppy (Hap & Leonard #10: Hap and Leonard investigate the murder of a young black man who had been asking too many questions about the racist police force in their East Texas town) $15.99
Matthews, Jason Red Sparrow (Egorova & Nash #1: Reissue; Edgar and Thriller Award winner. In Putin-era Russia, young Russian spy Dominika Egorova, unwillingly trained as a seductress, and first-tour CIA officer Nate Nash, handler for America's most valuable mole in Moscow, collide in a charged atmosphere of tradecraft, deception, and a forbidden spiral of carnal attraction) $9.99
Mosley, Walter Down the River Unto the Sea (Ex-cop Joe King Oliver spent time in prison for a crime he didn't commit. Now he's a PI, on a crusade to clear his own name, as well as that of a radical Black journalist accused of killing two cops) $27.00
Rankin, Ian Rather Be the Devil (John Rebus #21: Rebus looks into a cold case, the 1970s death of a socialite in a luxurious Edinburgh hotel. His inquiries make him some very dangerous and powerful enemies) $15.99
Saylor, Steven The Throne of Caesar (Roma Sub Rosa #13: 44 BCE: Gordianus has achieved Equestrian rank and retired from investigating - until he's summmoned to meet with Cicero and then with Julius Caesar himself, and asked to see if there are any conspiracies against Caesar's life) $27.99
Sigurdardottir, Yrsa The Legacy (Huldar & Freyja #1: The only person who might have answers about a baffling murder is the victim's young daughter, found hiding in the room where her mother died. But she's not talking. Detective Huldar turns to psychologist Freyja for help with the case) $25.99
Westlake, Donald E. Help I Am Being Held Prisoner (Reissue; Harold landed in jail for a practical joke that left 20 cars wrecked on the highway and two politicians' careers in tatters. Now he's just trying to keep a low profile in the Big House. He wants no part of his fellow inmates' plan to use an escape tunnel to rob two banks. But it's too late: he's in it up to his neck) $9.95




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