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Newsletter #123 September November, 2018

RECENTLY RECEIVED & FORTHCOMING MYSTERIES

ALREADY RECEIVED

Allingham, Margery Blackkerchief Dick (Reissue; Originally published in 1923. Her first novel, a tale of 17th-century smugglers on Mersea Island: murder, rum, and the call of the sea) $16.00
Buckley, Fiona Queen's Bounty (Ursula Blanchard #10: Ursula receives a threatening letter from Anne Percy, and then is accused of witchcraft. Could the exiled countess really be orchestrating a plot against Ursula?) $17.95
Buckley, Fiona Rescue for a Queen (Ursula Blanchard #11: 1571: Ursula's journey to the Netherlands with her stepdaughter provides convenient cover - spymaster Sir William Cecil wants her to find out what wealthy banker Roberto Ridolfi is doing there) $17.95
Buckley, Fiona A Traitor's Tears (Ursula Blanchard #12: 1573: Ursula investigates when her manservant Brockley is accused of murdering a neighbor) $17.95
Buckley, Fiona A Perilous Alliance (Ursula Blanchard #13: 1576: Ursula is not in a position to refuse an arranged marriage to one of Henri II's illegitimate sons, meant to build a strategic alliance with France. Her misgivings grow when the count comes to pay court, and one of Ursula's household staff is found dead at the bottom of the stairs. Accident, or something more sinister?) $17.95
Colgan, Stevyn A Murder to Die For (PBO; Obsessed fans from around the world have descended on a tiny English village to celebrate the life of author Agnes Crabbe and her fictional detective Miss Cutter. When a prominent visitor is murdered, the local police must solve a crime where the victim, the witnesses, and almost everyone in the village are dressed like Miss Cutter - and most of the visitors are also trying to solve the murder) $14.95
Daniels, Casey Graveyard Shift (Pepper Martin #10: The ghost of Eliot Ness returns, claiming the ashes scattered decades ago weren't his, and he can't rest until his ashes are found. When Pepper sets out to retrieve them, she finds more - and less - than she bargained for: there's a corpse in the house, and the ashes have vanished) $17.95
Deighton, Len SS-GB (Reissue; In February 1941, British Command surrendered to Germany. Churchill has been executed, the King is in the Tower, and the SS are in Whitehall. But it's business as usual at Scotland Yard, where DI Archer is assigned to a routine murder case - until Himmler sends the SS to supervise it, and the resourceful Archer finds himself caught up in a high-level espionage battle) $12.99
Garrett, Kellye Hollywood Ending (Detective by Day #2: When celebrity publicist Lyla Davis is killed during awards season, Tinseltown's festive mood comes to an abrupt halt. Apprentice PI Dayna Anderson thinks she's uncovered the killer. Unfortunately, what starts as an open-and-shut case turns out to be anything but) $15.99
Hambly, Barbara Cold Bayou (Benjamin January #16: New Orleans, 1839: Despite his misgivings, Benjamin January has agreed to play piano at the wedding of French Creole landowner Veryl St-Chinian to an Irish barmaid fifty years his junior. At the isolated plantation where the ceremony is to take place, tension is rife even before a body is discovered in the woods, its throat cut. A yet more disturbing turn of events sees January accused of the crime) $28.99
Harrod-Eagles, Cynthia Old Bones (Bill Slider #19: Human remains found in a garden seem likely to be from a 20-year-old cold case. Detective Superintendent Porson reckons that, with most of the suspects and principal players now dead, the case will keep DCI Slider out of trouble. But will it?) $17.95
Ide, Joe IQ (Isaiah Quintabe #1: Shamus and Anthony winner. The LAPD doesn't keep up with East Long Beach's high crime rate. Murders go unsolved, missing children unfound. Local loner IQ has taken it upon himself to fill the gap, charging his clients whatever they can afford. To get by, he also needs clients who can pay - in this case, a rap mogul whose life is in danger) $7.99
Jonasson, Ragnar Nightblind (Ari Thor #6: The murder of a local policeman in a fishing village in Northern Iceland is tied to tragic events from the past) $16.99
Lindgren, Minna Death in Sunset Grove (Lavender Ladies #1: Siiri and Irma are the queen bees of the Sunset Grove retirement community, as quick-witted and inquisitive now as they were when they met decades ago. When their comfortable world is rocked by a suspicious death, they are determined to find out what happened) $13.95
MacBride, Stuart A Dark So Deadly (An ancient mummy has turned up at the Oldcastle tip,and DC Callum MacGregor of the Misfit Mob - where Police Scotland dumps its problem officers - is tasked with finding out where it was stolen from. When he uncovers links between the mummy and missing young men, the Misfit Mob find themselves the only thing standing between the killer's victims and a slow, lingering death) $15.99
Matthews, Jason The Kremlin's Candidate (Egorova & Nash #3: Russian counterintelligence chief Dominika Egorova and her lover, CIA agent Nate Nash, hunt for a Russian agent working in the US government) $17.00
Michelet, Jon The Frozen Woman (Notorious ex-lawyer Vilhelm Thygesen becomes ensnared in a web of violence, crime, and blackmail after a frozen corpse is found in his garden) $14.95
Millar, Margaret The Birds and Beasts Were There (Collected Millar: Reissue; Her memoir of a life of birdwatching and nature conservation along with her husband Ken Millar (Ross Macdonald)) $16.99
Smith, Alexander McCall The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency BBC Radio Casebook Volume 1 (Collects eight episodes (total time six hours) of the BBC Radio 4 full -cast dramatization, starring Claire Benedict as Mma Ramotswe, Nadine Marshall as Mma Makutsi, and Joseph Marcell as Mr JLB Matekoni) $36.95
Stabenow, Dana Less than a Treason (Kate Shugak #21: A geologist known for going walkabout with his rock hammer has disappeared from the Suulutaq mine in the Park. Deliberate? Accident? Foul play? Aleut PI Kate Shugak might be the only person who could find out - except she's missing too) $12.95
Tremayne, Peter Bloodmoon (Sister Fidelma #29: Ireland, 671 CE: A secret investigation leads Sister Fidelma and her companions to the abbey of Finnbarr to question the abbot. But before they have a chance to speak to him, he is found murdered - and the young girl suspected of the crime has fled the scene) $28.99
Tuomainen, Antti The Man Who Died (When his doctor tells him he's dying due to prolonged exposure to toxins - someone has slowly but surely been poisoning him - Jaakko Kaunismaa sets out to find out who wants him dead) $14.95

EXPECTED EARLY SEPTEMBER

Abbott, Jeff Blame (Two years ago, Jane crashed her car on a lonely road, killing her friend David and leaving herself with amnesia. Now Jane is filled with questions. Why were they on that road? Why was she with David? And who just sent her an anonymous message: I know what really happened. I know what you don't remember) $7.99
Abbott, Megan You Will Know Me (Thriller, Anthony, Steel Dagger finalist. When a violent death rocks her daughter Devon's elite gymnastics community, Katie Knox finds herself drawn to the crime. What she uncovers makes her wonder if there's any price she wouldn't pay to achieve Devon's dream) $7.99
Adler-Olsen, Jussi The Scarred Woman (Department Q #7: The Department Q team faces their toughest challenge yet when Rose's troubled past collides with a sinister unsolved murder) $16.00
Alexander, Ellie Death on Tap (Sloan Krause #1: Rivalry between local microbreweries is fierce, but when her cheating ex becomes a suspect in a competitor's murder, Sloan Krause is on the case to exonerate him) $7.99
Baker, Bree Live and Let Chai (Seaside Cafe #1: Everly loves sun, sand, tea, and her batty beekeeping great-aunts, so returning to her coastal North Carolina hometown to open a cafe makes perfect sense. Everything is peachy until a body turns up on the boardwalk outside her home) $7.99
Benn, James R. Solemn Graves (Billy Boyle #13: July, 1944: Billy, Kaz, and Big Mike are assigned to investigate a murder close to the front lines in Normandy) $26.95
Blaedel, Sara The Daughter (UK Title: The Undertaker's Daughter) (Family Secrets #1: Ilka Jensen's quiet life in Copenhagen is upended when her estranged father dies and leaves her his funeral home in Racine,Wisconsin. She heads to the US, only to stumble on an unsolved murder and into the path of a killer. Learning about the man who was her father has just become a matter of life and death) $14.99
Blaedel, Sara The Night Women (alternate title: Farewell to Freedom) (Louise Rick #4: A murder and the discovery of an abandoned child put detective Louise Rick on the trail of a human trafficking ring operating in Copenhagen) $7.99
Bolton, Ginger Goodbye Cruller World (Deputy Donut #2: Emily is asked to design a donut wall for a wedding reception. The job goes sour when the groom dies of poisoning) $15.95
Bostrom, Mattias From Holmes to Sherlock (Agatha winner; Edgar finalist. What has made this fictional character such a lasting success? The author looks at the people who have created and perpetuated the myth) $18.00
Bowen, Peter Solus (Gabriel Du Pre #15: As a guard at a Kabul prison, Hoyt Poe witnessed abuse of inmates. His testimony threatens to expose the military contractor handling the interrogations. Poe and his family need someplace to hide, and Gabriel Du Pre is the man to take care of them) $14.99
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 $16.00
Brett, Simon Blotto, Twinks and the Stars of the Silver Screen (Blotto & Twinks #7: The end of the cricket season spells gloom for Blotto, until he is invited to bat against the Hollywood cricket team in sunny LA. When starlet Mimsy La Pim - former love of Blotto's life - is kidnapped, he makes it his personal mission to rescue her. And, as usual, Twinks is soon rescuing her brother from the various messes he creates) $13.99
Brightwell, Emily Mrs. Jeffries and the Three Wise Women (Mrs. Jeffries #36: After insulting every guest at a Guy Fawkes Night dinner party, Christopher Gilhaney is shot dead under the cover of the night's fireworks. When the case hasn't been solved six weeks later, Inspector Witherspoon is ordered to find the killer - quickly!) $16.00
Brodrick, William The Day of the Lie (Father Anselm #4: A visit from an old friend and former war correspondent leads Father Anselm to investigate the betrayal of an Eastern European revolutionary during the Cold War) $16.95
Brodrick, William The Discourtesy of Death (Father Anselm #5: When an anonymous letter accuses academic Peter Henderson of killing his disabled partner Jenny two years ago, former barrister Father Anselm must move cautiously to expose the killer, before Jenny's father decides to take justice into his own hands) $16.95
Brook, Allison Death Overdue (Haunted Library #1: When she took a job running programs and events for her local library, Carrie didn't expect a retired homicide detective to keel over dead, poisoned, at her first event. She's determined to investigate, with some help from a friendly library ghost) $15.99
Buchan/Harris The Thirty-One Kings (Richard Hannay #6: 1940: As German troops pour across France, veteran soldier and adventurer Richard Hannay is called back to duty, and sent to Paris to locate an asset code named 'Roland') $25.95
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) $16.00
Bush, Nancy Jealousy (It's taken time for the plan to unfold, years spent waiting, watching, hating. And after the first victim the killing gets easier and easier) $7.99
Buzzelli, Elizabeth Kane She Stopped for Death (Little Library #2: When Jenny Weston's Little Library starts receiving poetry written by reclusive poet Emily Sutton, she's drawn into Sutton's mysterious world and yet another murder case) $15.99
Camilleri, Andrea Death at Sea (Montalbano: Collection. Eight short stories featuring Sicily's finest, Inspector Montalbano) $16.00
Canadeo, Anne Knit to Kill (Black Sheep Knitters #9: A relaxing getaway weekend on Osprey Island, famous for its cliff walk, proves anything but when a local resident is found dead below the cliffs) $15.95
Cattrell, Bailey Marigolds for Malice (Enchanted Garden #3: When a professor is found dead in the local history museum, it's up to Ellie to sniff out a killer) $7.99
Chien, Vivien Dim Sum of All Fears (Noodle Shop #2: When the newlyweds who run the souvenir shop next door are killed, Lana Lee finds herself in the middle of an Asia Village mystery) $7.99
Christie/Hannah The Mystery of Three Quarters (Hercule Poirot: Someone is sending letters in Poirot's name, accusing different people of murdering Barnabas Pandy. With the help of Scotland Yard's Edward Catchpool, Poirot investigates) $27.99
Cleeves, Ann Wild Fire (Shetland #8: The Flemings are hoping for a fresh start in a remote community in the north of Shetland, but their arrival triggers resentment, and threatening mail. Inspector Jimmy Perez investigates) $26.99
Copperman, E.J. Edited Out (Mysterious Detective #2: Her fictional creation Duffy may have somehow taken flesh-and-blood form and started taking missing person cases. That doesn't mean Rachel wants to see him. Especially when he tries to talk her into working a case with him) $15.99
Craig, Christie Don't Close Your Eyes (Texas Justice #1: After having the same nightmare for years, Annie realizes she's actually beginning to remember things about the night her cousin disappeared. She's starting to believe her family was involved, and turns to detective Mark Sutton for help) $7.99
Crawford, Isis A Catered Costume Party (Simmons Sisters #13: Bernie and Libby are catering an extravagant Halloween party; in the midst of the festivities, the host is discovered hanging from a noose) $7.99
Crispin, Edmund Frequent Hearses (alternate title: Sudden Vengeance) (Gervase Fen #7: Reissue; Originally published in 1950. Professor Fen has been hired to consult on a film about the life of poet Alexander Pope; murder muscles its way onto the set) $16.00
Cussler/Burcell The Romanov Ransom (Fargo #9: When a kidnapping captures Sam and Remi's attention, they learn that the long-lost riches of the Romanov ransom may be back in play, held by neo-Nazis intent on establishing the Fourth Reich) $9.99
de Castrique, Mark Secret Undertaking (Buryin' Barry #7: Funeral director and part-time deputy Barry Clayton investigates when a series of violent crimes occur during the annual Apple Festival Parade) $15.95
de Giovanni, Maurizio Nameless Serenade (Ricciardi #9: Years ago, Vinnie Sannino left Naples for the US, where he found fame and wealth as a boxer, until he killed an opponent with a single blow to the head. Now he's back in Naples, pining for the woman he left behind. But she's married - or she was, until her husband was killed by a single blow to the head. Commissario Ricciardi and his partner Maione investigate) $18.00
Dearman, Laura The Devil's Claw (Jennifer Dorey #1: When a drowned woman's body washes up on a Guernsey beach, reporter Jennifer Dorey teams up with DCI Michael Gilbert to investigate a pattern of similar deaths over the last fifty years) $15.99
Deaver, Jeffrey The Burial Hour (Lincoln Rhyme #13: Forensic experts Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs investigate a pair of bizarre cases in NYC and Naples) $9.99
Ehrhart, Peggy Died in the Wool (Knit & Nibble #2: After a busy day selling stuffed aardvarks to benefit the high school sports program, Pamela is dismayed to discover that someone has stashed a corpse under the Knit and Nibble table) $7.99
Elkins, Aaron A Long Time Coming (Art curator Val Caruso heads to Milan to help Holocaust survivor Sol Bezzecca recover a pair of cherished Renoir sketches, looted during World War II and recently offered for auction. The task is complicated by art thieves, forgers, and someone who wants Val out of the picture permanently) $15.95
Ellicott, Jessica Murder in an English Village (Beryl & Edwina #1: Agatha finalist. 1920: Boisterous American Beryl Helliwell and her old school chum Edwina Davenport decide to set up shop as private inquiry agents in Edwina's quiet English hometown) $15.95
Flynn, V/Mills, K Enemy of the State (Mitch Rapp #14: When the Saudi king's nephew is found to be funding ISIS, the president decides to send a message to the Saudi royals. And Mitch Rapp is just the man to deliver it) $9.99
Ford, G.M. Soul Survivor (Leo Waterman #11: Why would a teen with no prior record assassinate a city councilman? When an old pal asks Leo to investigate his grandson's crime, and then offs himself, the request becomes too personal to ignore) $15.95
Gilbert, Anthony Sequel to Murder (All the short cases featuring Arthur Crook, an earthy and occasionally outrageously cheeky sleuth with a sensitivity for the down-and-outers who are caught up in crime) $19.00
Goldenbaum, Sally Murder Wears Mittens (Seaside Knitters #12: The knitters look for a woman whose disappearance may be connected to the death of a local recluse) $15.95
Harris, Charlaine Sleep Like a Baby (Aurora Teagarden #10: Virginia Mitchell has been hired to help Roe with her new baby for a few weeks. Then she disappears on a stormy night, and another woman's dead body turns up in Roe's backyard) $7.99
Harris, John Norman The Weird World of Wes Beattie (June & Sidney #1: Reissue; The youngest sprig of a stuffy Toronto family, Wes is on trial for his uncle's murder. His explanation of a frame-up, a gang of villains, and a mysterious sexpot only enrage his mortified family. But lawyer Sidney Grant is irritated by their rush to condemnation, and resolves to untangle the truth) $14.95
Harris, John Norman Hair of the Dog (June & Sidney #2: A local mobster is being blamed for the murder of a rich old lady; when the facts of the case simply don't add up, cranky young lawyer Sidney and his smart and smart-alecky bride June investigate) $14.95
Harris, Robert J. The Gravediggers' Club (Artie Conan Doyle #1: Kids; While sneaking out to explore Greyfriars Kirkyard by night, young Artie and his friend Ham spot a ghostly lady in gray and discover the footprints of a giant hound. Could the two mysteries be connected?) $9.95
Harris, Robert J. The Vanishing Dragon (Artie Conan Doyle #2: Artie and Ham are hired to investigate some suspicious accidents that have befallen a famous magician) $9.95
Head, Matthew The Devil in the Bush (Mary Finney #1: Reissue; Originally published in 1945. The owner of the failing Congoi-Ruizi plantation is dying of a slow poison. US government gofer Hoop Taliaferro and Dr. Mary Finney, a Yankee missionary with sleuthing skills to spare, investigate) $12.95
Head, Matthew The Cabinda Affair (Mary Finney #2: Reissue; Originally published in 1948. Hoop is still in Africa, tying up Uncle Sam's loose ends in a tiny Portuguese colony. When an unpleasant guest at the local administrator's home is murdered, Hoop calls in Dr. Mary Finney) $14.95
Head, Matthew The Congo Venus (Mary Finney #3: Reissue; Originally published in 1950. The belle of the Leopoldville expat community is dead - apparently just a little too fatale for her own good - and it's up to Dr. Mary Finney to find the killer) $14.95
Head, Matthew Murder at the Flea Club (Mary Finney #4: Reissue; Originally published in 1957. Hoop has been having a fine time at a slightly naughty Paris nightclub, but now the chanteuse has been killed. Sleuthing's not really his line, but he's saved by the timely arrival of Dr. Mary Finney) $14.95
Hesse, Jennifer David Samhain Secrets (Wiccan Wheel #4: Keli's Aunt Josephine was an environmental activist and free spirit who always seemed to embody peace, love, and independence. When she's found dead in the woods, Keli wonders if her aunt's activities were as friendly as they seemed) $7.99
Heywood, Joseph Buckular Dystrophy (Woods Cop #10: Game warden Grady Service faces a bizarre string of big cases during deer season) $19.95
Heywood, Joseph Bad Optics (Woods Cop #11: Grady is on unpaid suspension until spring, but stubbornly continues to patrol the Mosquito Wilderness. When he senses political shenanigans - someone wants to illegally commercialize the Mosquito - he decides to fight back) $27.95
Highsmith, Patricia Edith's Diary (Reissue; Edith Howland's diary is her most precious possession. As her life turns sour, she retreats into her writing. And while her life plunges into chaos, a disturbing tale of success and happiness blooms in her diary) $16.00
Holding, James The Zanzibar Shirt Mystery and Other Stories (Classic detective stories originally published decades ago in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine) $19.00
Hollon, Cheryl Shattered at Sea (Webb's Glass Shop #5: Savannah is enjoying displaying her glass blowing skill during a Mediterranean cruise, until her boyfriend lands on top of the suspect list when his cousin disappears) $7.99
Hull, Richard The Murder of My Aunt (Reissue; Originally published in 1934. Edward lives with his Aunt Mildred in a Welsh town. She thinks it's idyllic, but he loathes the countryside - and his aunt. In fact, Edward has decided to murder his aunt) $12.95
Ismail, Barbara Shadow Play (Mak Cik Maryam #1: Rural Malaysia, 1970s: Mak Cik Maryam is a middle-aged 'auntie' who sells batik in the market and offers advice on any subject. Of course, not everyone is grateful for the advice. Like the new police chief, who seems to imagine he can solve a terrible murder without her help) $14.95
James, Steven Every Wicked Man (Bowers Files #11: When a senator's son takes his own life, posting live video online, Bowers is drawn into a web of lies that threatens the people he loves) $9.99
Jance, J.A. Proof of Life audiobook (J.P. Beaumont #23: Unabridged. When Beau's longtime nemesis, retired crime reporter Maxwell Cole, dies in a fire, Beau is astonished to be dragged into the investigation at the request of none other than the victim. In the process, Beau learns that just because an old case was solved doesn't mean it's over) $14.99
Jance, J.A. Field of Bones (Joanna Brady #18: Instead of staying home with her newborn, Sheriff Joanna Brady finds herself overseeing a complex serial murder investigation involving multiple jurisdictions) $27.99
Jansson, Susanne The Forbidden Place (Nathalie has come to the North Swedish wetlands to study the peat bogs. She finds an unconscious man out on the marsh, his pockets filled with gold - just like the ancient human sacrifices. And as the police investigate, the bodies start to surface) $26.00
Johnson, Craig Depth of Winter (Walt Longmire #15: Walt's daugher Cady has been kidnapped by the head of a Mexican cartel, to be auctioned off to his worst enemies; audiobook $34.99) $28.00
Jonasson, Ragnar Blackout (Ari Thor #2: As the light of the Arctic summer is darkened by a volcanic ash cloud, Ari Thor and his colleagues struggle to solve an increasingly perplexing murder case) $16.99
Kashian, Tina Stabbed in the Baklava (Kebab Kitchen #2: Catering a high society wedding should be good publicity for Kebab Kitchen - or maybe not, when the best man winds up skewered) $7.99
Kellerman, Faye Walking Shadows (Decker & Lazarus #25: The investigation into the murder of an apparently clean-cut young man turns up links to the criminal underworld) $27.99
Kelly, Sofie The Cats Came Back (Magical Cats #10: At the local music festival, Kathleen and her cats stumble across a dead body by the river) $24.00
Kirk, Margaret Shadow Man (Morven Murray, queen of daytime TV, has been murdered. On the other side of Inverness, a police informer has been executed gangland-style. As Lukas Mahler digs deeper into both cases, he discovers that Morven's life was closer to the Inverness underworld than anyone imagined) $13.99
Kuhn, Cynthia The Art of Vanishing (Lila Maclean #2: When Professor Lila Maclean is sent to interview celebrated author and notorious cad Damon Von Tussel, he disappears before her very eyes. The chancellor makes it clear that he expects Lila to locate the writer, who is supposed to headline the university's Arts Week) $15.95
Kutscher, Volker The Silent Death (Gereon Rath #2: 1930: When actress Betty Winter is killed on the set of a talkie, it looks like an accident, but Superintendent Gereon Rath finds clues that point to murder) $17.00
La Plante, Lynda Murder Mile (Jane Tennison Prequel #4: 1979: As economic chaos causes widespread strikes across Britain, DS Jane Tennison is posted in Peckham, and searching for a serial killer) $16.00
Land, Jon Strong to the Bone (Caitlin Strong #9: In 1944, Earl Strong investigated a triple murder inside a Nazi POW camp in Texas. Now his granddaughter Caitlin is pursuing that same killer, and a conspiracy that stretches from that camp to a modern neo-Nazi group) $8.99
le Carre, John A Legacy of Spies (Retired spy Peter Guillam's retirement on the south coast of Brittany is interrupted by a letter summoning him to London, where he and his colleague are to be held to account by a generation with no personal knowledge of the Cold War and no patience with its justifications) $9.99
Locke, Attica Bluebird, Bluebird (Edgar winner; Gold Dagger, Steel Dagger, and Anthony finalst. When it comes to the law, East Texas plays by its own rules, a fact that black Texas Ranger Darren Mathews knows all too well. He travels to the small town of Lark, where two murders - a black Chicago lawyer and a white local woman - have stirred up a hornet's nest. Can he solve the crime before the town's racial fault lines erupt?) $15.99
MacBride, Stuart The Blood Road (Logan McRae #11: Logan McRae now works for Professional Standards, policing his fellow officers. When DI Bell turns up dead, it's a shock to everyone. Because Bell died two years ago. They buried him. Or they thought they did. Where has he been all this time? Why did he disappear? And what's so important that he felt the need to come back from the dead?) $25.99
Mejia, Mindy Leave No Trace (Ten years ago, a man and his son trekked into the Minnesota Boundary Waters and never returned. Now the son has reappeared, violent and uncommunicative. Therapist Maya Stark is determined to make a connection. She'll risk everything to reunite him with his father, who has disappeared from the known world) $26.00
Melville, Alan Weekend at Thrackley (Reissue; Originally published in 1934. After a weekend of adventure at Edwin Carson's country house - including attempted robbery and a vanishing guest - secrets come to light, and Jim Henderson unravels a mystery from his past) $12.95
Mizushima, Margaret Hunting Hour (Timber Creek #3: Deputy Mattie Cobb and her K-9 partner Robo are called out to track a missing student, only to find the girl dead on the hill behind the high school. And then another girl goes missing) $15.99
Mosley, Walter John Woman (Born in the East Village, when his father dies and his mother disappears, Cornelius sets about reinventing himself as Professor John Woman, a man who will spread his father's teachings - that the person who controls the narrative of history controls their own fate - into the classrooms of his unorthodox university, and beyond) $26.00
Moyes, Patricia Dead Men Don't Ski (Henry Tibbett #1: Reissue; Inspector Henry Tibbett and his wife Emmy are headed for the Dolomites and a spot of skiing. Unfortunately, a dead body turns up) $14.95
Moyes, Patricia The Sunken Sailor (Henry Tibbett #2: Reissue; The Tibbetts' vacation on a friend's yacht is interrupted when a local sailor drowns. Is there a connection to the robbery at the nearby manor?) $14.95
Moyes, Patricia Death on the Agenda (Henry Tibbett #3: Reissue; A conference in Switzerland devoted to stopping drug smuggling turns complicated when a colleague is killed and Henry, of all people, becomes prime suspect) $14.95
Moyes, Patricia Murder a la Mode (Henry Tibbett #4: Reissue; The staff at a fashion magazine is a trifle preoccupied with the upcoming Paris shows, but eventually they notice a staff member is under the weather - six feet under) $14.95
Moyes, Patricia Falling Star (Henry Tibbett #5: Reissue; When people start dying on the set of the film he's producing, Pudge Coombe-Peters is happy his chum Henry Tibbett is investigating) $14.95
Moyes, Patricia Johnny Underground (Henry Tibbett #6: Reissue; A trip to the 20th reunion of Emmy's RAF squad turns melancholy as she reflects her pilot sweetheart, who died in a crash. Was it suicide? Was she the last one to see him alive? She is startled to discover that virtually everyone connected to the fatal flight had something to hide) $14.95
Moyes, Patricia Murder Fantastical (Henry Tibbett #7: Reissue; A local bookie wants to buy the Manciple estate, and he won't take no for an answer. So there's some suspicion when the man turns up in the Manciples' driveway with a bullet in his head) $14.95
Moyes, Patricia Death and the Dutch Uncle (Henry Tibbett #8: Reissue; When a small-time hood is killed in a seedy Soho pub, Inspector Tibbett suspects a connection to a backwater do-good outfit currently trying to referee a squabble between two small African nations) $14.95
Nagy, John A. George Washington's Secret Spy War (Nonfiction. Using Washington's diaries as a primary source, Nagy shows how Washington honed his espionage skills during the French and Indian War, and used those skills to outspy the British during the Revolutionary War) $9.99
Novak, Brenda Face Off (Evelyn Talbot #3: There's a killer on the loose in Anchorage, and the murderer has frightening similarities to the man who tried to kill psychiatrist Evelyn Talbot when she was a teenager) $7.99
Overton, Hollie Baby Doll (You've been held captive in one room, mentally and physically abused every day. Then one night, you realize your captor has left your door unlocked. For the first time in eight years, you're free. Here's what happens next) $7.99
Page, Katherine Hall The Body in the Casket (Faith Fairchild #23: Faith agrees to cater a legendary Broadway producer's birthday party, only to learn that he's received a death threat: an empty casket containing a program from his final, and only failed, production) $7.99
Parker, R/Coleman, R The Hangman's Sonnet (Jesse Stone #16: An elderly Paradise woman dies while her house is being ransacked. What were the thieves looking for? And what's the connection to folk singer Terry Jester, who has spent the last four decades in seclusion after the mysterious disappearance of the master recording tape of his magnum opus?) $9.99
Patterson/Born Haunted (Michael Bennett #10: When local cops uncover a grisly crime scene in the Maine woods, they turn to vacationing detective Michael Bennett for help) $9.99
Perry, Anne An Echo of Murder (William Monk #23: Commander Monk is investigating ritualistic murders among London's Hungarian community, but finds his inquiries stymied by the language barrier and the immigrants' wariness) $17.00
Ripley, J.R. Die, Die Birdie (Bird Lovers #1: Amy's having enough trouble getting ready to open a shop on the ground floor of her Victorian house - she really didn't need to find a dead man in her storeroom) $7.99
Robb, J.D. Leverage in Death (Eve Dallas #47: Lt. Eve Dallas puzzles over a bizarre suicide bombing at a Wall Street office) $28.99
Schulman, Sarah Maggie Terry (Post-rehab, ex-cop Maggie Terry is trying to quietly rebuild her life, but her first day as a PI lands her in the middle of the sensational strangling murder of an actress) $17.95
Simenon, Georges Maigret's Doubts (alternate title: Maigret Has Scruples) (Maigret #52: An unusually quiet day for Maigret is disturbed by a visit from a mild-mannered toy salesman who suspects his wife of plotting to poison him) $13.00
Simon, Clea Fear on Four Paws (Pru Marlowe #7: When the town's pampered pets begin to disappear, Pru wonders if a colleague with a drinking problem is involved, but the man's pet ferret won't communicate with her) $15.95
Solana, Teresa The First Prehistoric Serial Killer and Other Stories (Collection. Crime stories, including one about a prehistoric detective who invents profiling and religion while solving a triple homicide) $14.95
Thompson, Lisa The Goldfish Boy (Kids; Matthew has OCD, and hasn't been to school in weeks. To pass the time, he observes his neighbors. When a toddler staying next door goes missing, it becomes apparent Matthew was the last person to see him, and he finds himself at the center of the investigation) $6.99
Tyler, L.C. A Cruel Necessity (John Grey #1: 1657: Oliver Cromwell is in power, and fun has essentially been outlawed, but young lawyer John Grey still manages to find pleasures enough in a backwater Essex town, until a Royalist spy is found dead in a ditch, and Cromwell's agents arrive to investigate) $14.95
Vaught, Susan Super Max and the Mystery of Thornwood's Revenge (Kids; Max has always been a whiz with electronics; her turbo-charged wheelchair is just one example. When a hacker begins attacking her grandpa online, does Max have the skills to put a stop to it?) $8.99
Viets, Elaine Deal with the Devil (Short stories featuring her series characters Francesca Vierling, Josie Marcus, Angela Richman, and Helen Hawthorne) $18.00
Viskic, Emma Resurrection Bay (Caleb Zelic #1: Reissue; Ned Kelly winner. Caleb Zelic's childhood friend has been brutally murdered. Caleb is profoundly deaf, but knows how to read people: a sideways glance, an unconvincing smile speak volumes. With the help of his friend Frankie, an ex-cop, Caleb vows to track down the killer) $14.95
Weaver, Ashle The Essence of Malice (Amory Ames #4: A troubling letter from Milo's childhood nanny takes Amory and her husband to Paris, where they become embroiled in the mystery surrounding a parfumier's murder) $16.99
Winslow, Don The Force (Denny Malone and his crew are an NYPD elite special unit, given carte blanche to fight gangs, drugs, and guns. He's done whatever it takes to serve and protect a city where no one is clean - including Malone and his team) $9.99
Woods, Stuart Unbound (Stone Barrington #44: Stone is pulled along for the ride when a friend pursues a perilous course of vengeance) $9.99
Yu, Ovidia The Frangipani Tree Mystery (Crown Colony #1: Singapore, 1936: Hired to replace the Acting Governor's nanny, aspiring journalist Chen Su Lin will need all her traditional skills and intelligence to help Chief Inspector Thomas Le Froy solve a pair of murders at the residence) $13.99

EXPECTED MID-SEPTEMBER

Blackwell, Juliet The Lost Carousel of Provence (Photographer Cady Drake finds herself drawn to a crumbling chateau and its antique carousel. As she digs deeper, unearthing old photos, she might be the one person who can bring the past to light and reunite a family torn apart) $15.00
Cussler/Morrison Shadow Tyrants (Oregon Files #13: Only Juan Cabrillo and his crew stand between two warring factions and global havoc) $29.00
Duncan, Francis Murder Has a Motive (Mordecai Tremaine #1: Reissue; Originally published in 1947. Rehearsals for the local amateur dramatic production are in progress. When the star of the show is found dead, the spotlight falls on Mordecai, whose reputation as a sleuth precedes him) $14.99
Duncan, Francis Murder for Christmas (Mordecai Tremaine #2: Reissue; Originally published in 1949. Invited to spend Christmas in the sleepy village of Sherbroome, Mordecai investigates when a dead body turns up under the Christmas tree) $14.99
Greenfield, A.B. Ra the Mighty (Kids; Ra, Pharaoh's outrageously spoiled cat, has no interest in solving the mystery when an amulet goes missing from the palace. But his friend Khepri, a wise and industrious scarab beetle, insists they investigate to save the young servant who has been framed for the crime) $16.99
Ide, Joe Righteous (Isaiah Quintabe #2: A case takes IQ and his volatile sidekick Dodson to Las Vegas, where Chinese gangsters and a terrifying loan shark are stalking a DJ and her boyfriend) $15.99
Kingsbury, Kate Doom with a View (Merry Ghost Inn #2: When one of her first B&B guests dies, it's up to innkeeper Melanie West to find the in-house murderer) $15.99
Leather, Stephen The Shout (When on-the-job injuries send London Fire Brigade crew manager Vicky Lewis to a desk job with the Fire Investigation Unit, she teams up with cantankerous veteran Des Farmer to work an off-the-books investigation into the fiery deaths of young blonde women) $13.99
Leonard, Peter Raylan Goes to Detroit (Raylan Givens #4: After an altercation with his superiors in Kentucky, US Deputy Marshal Raylan Givens has two choices: retire, or finish his career on the fugitive task force in Detroit) $26.95
Limon, Martin The Nine-Tailed Fox (Sueno & Bascom #12: Army CID sergeants Sueno and Bascom investigate when three GIs go missing in three South Korean cities) $15.95
Muller, Marcia The Breakers audiobook (Sharon McCone #34: Unabridged; When neighbors don't hear from their usually dependable daughter for weeks, they ask PI Sharon McCone to check on her. What she finds in the building the young woman was rehabbing sends her digging into a disturbing corner of San Francisco's history) $30.00
Munier, Paula A Borrowing of Bones (When former soldier Mercy Carr and her dog Elvis find an abandoned baby in a Vermont wilderness area, they team up with game warden Troy Warner and search & rescue dog Susie Bear to track down the missing mother and solve a cold-case murder) $26.99
Parker, R/Coleman, R Colorblind (Jesse Stone #17: Back on the job after a stint in rehab, Jesse's road to recovery is made bumpy by a series of apparently racially motivated crimes) $27.00
Perry, Anne Dark Tide Rising (William Monk #24: A trip to creepy Jacob's Island to look for a kidnapped woman turns out to be an ambush. Monk is left wondering who gave away their plans, and why anyone would want to harm Kate Exeter; Signed copies expected) $28.00
Rowling/Galbraith Lethal White (Cormoran Strike #4: When a troubled young man comes to the office, asking them to investigate a crime he thinks he witnessed as a child, Strike and Ellacott set off on a twisting trail that leads through London's backstreets, Parliament's inner sanctim, and a sinister manor house) $29.00
Stewart, Amy Miss Kopp Just Won't Quit (Constance Kopp #4: While transporting a woman to an insane asylum, Deputy Kopp discovers something troubling about her story. Before she can investigate, another inmate bound for the asylum tries to escape) $26.00
Todd, Charles A Forgotten Place (Bess Crawford #10: The Armistice is signed, but the war has left wounds. Concern for a despondent officer takes Bess to an isolated peninsula in Wales, where she finds a village that is hiding lethal secrets) $27.99
Tracy, P.J. The Guilty Dead (Monkeewrench #9: When a beloved philanthropist is found dead, smoking gun in hand, a year after his son's death, Minneapolis detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth are called in to handle the delicate case) $26.99
Turnage, Sheila The Law of Finders Keepers (Mo & Dale #4: Kids; Pirate fever sweeps through Tupelo Landing when a treasure hunter shows up looking to lay claim to Blackbeard's lost gold. The Desperado Detectives are hired by Mayor Little's mother to find the loot for her) $16.99
Von Doviak, Scott Charlesgate Confidential (1946: In the heist of the century, a dozen priceless works of art are stolen from a museum. 1986: The last surviving art thief gets out of prison and goes hunting for the loot, involving some innocent college students in his plan. 2016: The former college students are drawn back into danger as the still-missing art tempts a deadly new generation of treasure hunters) $22.99
Wassmer, Julie The Whitstable Pearl Mystery (Whitstable Pearl #1: Pearl wanted to be a detective, but ended up raising a child and running a seafood restaurant. Now, at 39, with empty nest syndrome, she decides to investigate when she find a local oyster fisherman's body weighted down with an anchor chain) $13.99
Wassmer, Julie Murder-On-Sea (Whitstable Pearl #2: When a guest collapses at a holiday charity fundraiser, was it too much mulled wine, or something more sinister? Pearl and her date, DCI Mike McGuire, investigate) $13.99
Wassmer, Julie May Day Murder (Whitstable Pearl #3: Actress Faye Marlowe - formerly Frankie Murray, daughter of a local whelk merchant - is coming to town to open the May Day festivities at Whitstable Castle. When her body is found tethered to the maypole, Pearl and DCI McGuire investigate) $13.99
Wassmer, Julie Murder on the Pilgrims Way (Whitstable Pearl #4: On a getaway at an exclusive hotel, Pearl is enjoying the attentions, and the food, of a celebrity Italian chef - until a guest goes missing, and it becomes clear that murder is on the menu) $13.99
Willan, Jane The Shadow Of Death (Sister Agatha & Father Selwyn # 1: When Gwenafwy Abbey's sexton is found dead under an avalanche of the sisters' award-winning cheese, mystery buff Sister Agatha decides to investigate) $15.99
Zafon, Carlos Ruiz The Labyrinth of the Spirits (Cemetery of Forgotton Books #4: 1958: Alicia Gris investigates the disappearance of Spain's Minister of Culture, and finds a possible clue: a rare book hidden in the man's Madrid mansion. The trail leads to kidnappings and murders tied to the Franco regime) $37.50

EXPECTED EARLY OCTOBER

Abbott, Megan The Fever (Thriller winner. When a mysterious illness strikes a small town, as hysteria and contagion spread, tightly held secrets emerge, threatening to unravel friendships and families) $7.99
Allan, Barbara Antiques Ho-Ho-Homicides (Trash 'n' Treasures: Three Christmas-themed novellas) $7.99
Andrews, Donna How the Finch Stole Christmas (Meg Langslow #22: A famous actor has come to town to star as Scrooge, bringing a lot of baggage and enemies with him) $7.99
Archer, Winnie The Walking Bread (Bread Shop #3: Yeast of Eden has scored the catering for the annual art car parade and ball. Ivy's brother Billy has been runner-up more times than she can count - but this year is the worst, because his rival Max has just been murdered, and Billy is prime suspect) $7.99
Atkinson, Kate Transcription (In 1940, working in an MI5 department tasked with monitoring British Fascist sympathizers, Juliet found the work alternated between tedious and terrifying. Ten years later, now a BBC radio producer, she is unexpectedly confronted by figures from her past. A different war is underway now, and Juliet finds herself once more under threat; Signed copies expected) $28.00
Bambery, Chris A People's History of Scotland (Reissue; Nonfiction. Looks beyond the kings and queens, the battles and bloody defeats of the past, to present the history that matters today. Bambery recounts the struggles for nationhood, charting the lives of Scots who changed the world, as well as those who fought for the cause of ordinary people at home) $19.95
Beaton, M.C. The Dead Ringer (Agatha Raisin #29: The renowned team of bell-ringers at St. Ethelred's is lead by twins Mavis and Millicent Dupin. When Millicent is murdered, Agatha investigates) $26.99
Beer, Alex The Second Rider (August Emmerich #1: In the wake of the Great War, Vienna's population is living hand to mouth in a city rife with crime. Into this cauldron of vice comes Inspector August Emmerich, whose ambitions lead him to break the rules when necessary) $17.00
Berenson, Laurien Wagging Through the Snow (Melanie Travis #21: Melanie's holiday season gets complicated when her brother and her ex-husband buy a dilapidated tree farm together - and even more complicated when they find a corpse on the property) $7.99
Box, C.J. Paradise Valley (Cassie Dewell #3: For three years, Cassie has been on the hunt for a serial killer, but her latest trap went horribly wrong. Then troubled kid Kyle Westergaard takes off, telling folks he is going on a long-planned adventure. Cassie agrees to look for him. But is his disappearance more sinister than anyone realizes?) $9.99
Brodrick, William A Whispered Name (Father Anselm #3: An allegation against his recently deceased mentor sends Father Anselm looking for the truth about the man's actions during the Great War. The narrative told by the paper trail has many gaps - and the omissions are beginning to look deliberate) $16.95
Bryan, Mollie Cox Assault and Beadery (Cora Crafts #4: When the disagreeable director of the local theater group is murdered on opening night, Cora's friend Zee is accused of the crime) $7.99
Chazin, Suzanne A Place in the Wind (Jimmy Vega #4: When a local teen disappears after teaching English to a group of immigrants, suspicion falls on the men she was tutoring) $9.99
Chernow, Ron Grant (A comprehensive biography of the complicated life of US general and president Ulysses S. Grant) $22.00
Childs, L/Moran, T Glitter Bomb (Scrapbooking #13: When a float at the Mardi Gras Pluvius Parade crashes and explodes, killing a krewe-member, Carmela and Ava plunge into an investigation) $26.00
Coco, Nancy Forever Fudge (Candy-coated #6: When a film crew comes to Mackinac Island, the last thing fudge shop owner Allie McMurphy expects is to find a murder victim) $7.99
Connelly, Michael Two Kinds of Truth (Harry Bosch #22: Bosch helps the San Fernando PD's three-person detective squad investigate when a young pharmacist is murdered) $9.99
Cooke, C.J. I Know My Name (On a small Greek island, a woman washes ashore with no memory. As she's nursed back to health by the island's inhabitants, four friends on an annual retreat, she realizes they each seem to be hiding something - something that may solve the mystery of her identity) $7.99
Cornwell, Bernard War of the Wolf (Saxon Tales #11: While Uhtred might have regained his family's fortress, he is under threat from both an old enemy and a new foe. The old enemy comes from Wessex, where a dynastic struggle will determine who will be the next king. And the new foe is a Norseman, whose ambition is to be King of Northumbria, and whose men fight half-crazed in the belief that they are indeed wolves; Signed copies expected) $28.99
Coyle, Cleo The Ghost and the Bogus Bestseller (Haunted Bookshop #6: Penelope suspects there is something bogus about the biggest bestseller of the year, a popular potboiler that the townsfolk are dying to read - literally. With the help of her gumshoe ghost, she must solve the real-life cold case behind the bestseller before the killer closes the book on her) $7.99
Delany, Devon Final Roasting Place (Cook-off #2: Sherry has just won a televised cook-off when the power goes out. When the lights come back on, the show's co-host is dead at her desk with a sharp object lodged in her neck) $7.99
Dunnett, Kaitlyn X Marks the Spot (Liss MacCrimmon #11: A treasure map she picked up at the Chadwick mansion estate sale leads Liss straight to a dead body) $7.99
Ellis, Kate The Mechanical Devil (Wesley Peterson #22: Archaeologist Neil Watson has unearthed a long-buried mechanical figure in a Dartmoor field, and is determined to discover the truth behind the bizarre find. When two people are killed execution-style in a nearby field, DI Wesley Peterson is called in to investigate) $13.99
Evanovich, Janet Hardcore Twenty-Four (Stephanie Plum #24: Diesel is back in town. Hot cop Joe Morelli isn't pleased, and neither is Ranger. And is Diesel's reappearance a coincidence, or is it somehow connected to the recent rash of headless corpses around town?) $9.99
Fletcher/Bain/Land A Date with Murder (Murder, She Wrote #47: A friend's husband has suffered a fatal heart attack, but Jessica has reason to suspect it was actually murder) $7.99
Flower, Amanda Premeditated Peppermint (Amish Candy Shop #3: Bailey is looking forward to her first Yuletide In Harvest - until her celebrity chef ex and his TV crew arrive in town. Then their executive producer is strangled, and her ex becomes prime suspect) $7.99
Fluke, Joanne Christmas Cake Murder (Hannah Swensen Prequel: Getting ready to open her bakery, Hannah agrees to help recreate a spectacular Christmas Ball in honor of elderly Essie Granger. Hannah is enthralled with Essie's old notebooks, but soon finds out that revisiting holiday memories can be murder) $20.00
Flynn, V/Mills, K Red War (Mitch Rapp #15: The Russian president has inoperable brain cancer. He's determined to cling to power, has nothing to lose, and knows war with the West would be the perfect diversion. To prevent a confrontation, Mitch Rapp is sent to Russia with impossibly dangerous orders) $28.99
Fowler, Christopher London's Glory (Bryant & May Peculiar Crimes Unit: Collection. 11 stories featuring missing cases from the files of London's Peculiar Crimes Unit) $16.99
Gardner, Lisa Look For Me (D.D. Warren #9: Four members of a family have been murdered. The fifth, a teenager is missing. A lucky escape? Or something more sinister? Detective D.D. Warren is on the case - but so is survivor turned avenger Flora Dane) $9.99
Grant, Andrew False Witness (Cooper Devereaux #3: A serial killer is terrorizing the city of Birmingham, leaving gift-wrapped corpses at local cemeteries and crematoriums) $9.99
Gregory, Susanna The Habit of Murder (Matthew Bartholomew #23: 1360 CE: On a trip to the Suffolk town of Clare in search of sponsors for the college, Matthew Bartholomew and his companions become enmeshed in the town's politics, and investigate a recent wave of untimely deaths) $13.99
Gregory, Susanna Intrigue in Covent Garden (Thomas Chaloner #13: 1666: The plague has almost disappeared, leaving poverty in its wake, as well as resentment against the wealthy who could afford to flee. Chaloner is tasked with investigating the death of a physician, the sinking of a man-of-war in the Thames, and the disappearance of a popular courtier) $26.99
Grippando, James A Death in Live Oak (Jack Swyteck #14: When the body of a black fraternity president is found hogtied in the swamps of the Suwanee River Valley, the president of a white fraternity is charged with the crime. While preparing the defense, Jack finds disturbing similarities to a 1944 lynching) $9.99
Hallinan, Timothy Fool's River (Poke Rafferty #8: Buddy, an aging womanizer, has disappeared, and money is being siphoned out of his bank and credit card accounts. When his accounts are empty, he'll be found, like a dozen others, floating in a Bangkok canal. Can Poke find him before it's too late?) $15.95
Huber, Anna Lee Treacherous Is the Night (Verity Kent #2: 1919: Verity attends a seance, where she meets a medium who channels a woman Verity once worked with in the Secret Service. Refusing to believe her former colleague is dead, Verity sets out to uncover the source of the spiritualist's top secret revelation) $15.95
Hughes, Dorothy B. The So Blue Marble (Reissue; Originally published in 1940. The dashing Montefierrow twins are seeking a rare and powerful gem, and they believe it's stashed in the apartment where actress turned designer Griselda Satterlee is staying. She's baffled by their request, but they won't take no for an answer) $15.95
Hull, Richard Excellent Intentions (alternate title: Beyond Reasonable Doubt) (Reissue; Originally published in 1938. Great Barwick's least popular man is murdered on a train. Twelve jurors sit in court. Four suspects are identified - but which of them is on trial? As Attorney-General Blayton leads the court through prosecution and defense, Inspector Fenby carries out his investigation - and the identity of the figure in the dock is kept tantalizingly out of reach) $12.95
Jance, J.A. Duel to the Death (Ali Reynolds #13: To take down a rogue AI program created by a killer, Stuart Ramey enlists the help of Ali Reynolds and the rest of his cyber security colleagues at High Noon Enterprises. But they're not the only ones who know about the AI's existence) $9.99
Kessler, Kate Two Can Play (Audrey Harte #2: When a copy-cat killer arrives in Audrey Harte's New England town, she will need all her skill as a criminal psychologist to solve the case) $7.99
Klinger, Leslie (ed) Classic American Crime Fiction of the 1920s (Massive anthology) $39.95
Kopfler, Pamela Downright Dead (B&B Spirits #2: Being haunted has made Holly's B&B really popular. Two problems: a debunker is challenging the story, and Burl's ghost really has departed. But the debunker becomes a believer - after being pushed to his death and rising as a ghost. Now he wants Holly's help figuring out who murdered him) $7.99
La Plante, Lynda Widows (Reissue; Dolly, Linda, and Shirley are devastated when their husbands are killed in a security van heist gone disastrously wrong. When Dolly discovers a gun, money, and detailed plans for the hijack among her husband's things, the widows decide to carry out the robbery themselves) $9.99
Lindsey, Erin Murder on Millionaires' Row (Gilded Age NYC: When her wealthy young employer disappears, the police seem unconcerned, but housemaid Rose Gallagher is sure he's in trouble and decides to investigate) $16.99
London, Colette The Peppermint Mocha Murder (Chocolate Whisperer #5: Holly heads to New England for the opening of a highly touted holiday musical, only to wind up looking for a killer when the show's producer is murdered) $7.99
Lyle, H.B. The Irregular (1909: In Russia, revolution is in the wind; in Germany, an arms race; and in London, the streets are alive with foreign agents provocateurs. Vernon Kell wants to set up a secret service. To do that, he needs an agent who is smart, ruthless, and able to blend in. He needs Wiggins, an ex-soldier with a talent for deduction, and a former member of the Baker Street Irregulars) $16.99
Masterman, Becky A Twist of the Knife (Brigid Quinn #3: Brigid heads to Florida to help a former FBI partner, who is volunteering for a legal group determined to prove the innocence of a man on Death Row) $9.99
May, Peter Cast Iron (Enzo Files #6: When forensic expert Enzo Macleod finds a flaw in the original evidence surrounding a murder, he opens a Pandora's box that raises old ghosts) $16.99
Meier, Leslie Silver Anniversary Murder (Lucy Stone #25: Lucy lost touch with her maid of honor Beth Gerard years ago. She decides to reconnect, only to find out that Beth is dead. Lucy can't believe Beth would jump from a penthouse terrace, and the more she learns, the more she's convinced one of Beth's ex-husbands killed her) $26.00
Milford, Kate Bluecrowne (Greenglass #3: Kids; Lucy Bluecrowne is beginning a new life ashore with her stepmother and half-brother, although she's certain she belongs on her father's ship. Then two strangers decide her little brother is the pyrotechnical prodigy they need to enact a nefarious plan; it will take all of Lucy's fighting instincts to keep her family together) $17.99
Mundy, Liza Code Girls (During World War II, the US recruited thousands of young women to serve as codebreakers. Their efforts shortened the war and saved countless lives, but were erased from view by their oaths of secrecy. Through research and interviews with surviving codebreakers, Mundy brings their achievements to light) $16.99
Palmer, Stuart The Puzzle of the Happy Hooligan (Hildegarde Withers #8: Reissue; Originally published in 1941. School teacher Hildegarde Withers has above-average skills in the art of deduction. While working as a technical adviser for a film adaptation of the Lizzie Borden story, she winds up investigating a screenwriter's death) $15.95
Patterson, James The People vs. Alex Cross (Alex Cross #25: Branded as a trigger-happy cop, Cross is suspended while awaiting trial for murder. When his former partner Sampson shows up needing help, Cross jumps at the chance, even though it may cost him what's left of his career) $9.99
Penzler/Penny (ed) The Best American Mystery Stories 2018 (Anthology. Some of the best stories of 2017) $15.99
Perry, Carol J. Bells, Spells, and Murders (Witch City #7: When the man behind a popular Salem walking tour is murdered, Lee chases down leads with some help from her psychic visions and her cat O'Ryan) $7.99
Queen, Ellery The Chinese Orange Mystery (Reissue; Originally published in 1934. Ellery Queen investigates when an unknown caller is found murdered in the empty waiting room of a publisher's office) $15.95
Rawson, Clayton Death from a Top Hat (Great Merlini #1: Reissue; Originally published in 1938. Master magician Merlini spends his days running a magic shop in Times Square and his nights consulting for the NYPD. Two occultists have been discovered dead in locked rooms, and the suspect list includes an escape artist, a professional medium, and a ventriloquist) $15.95
Rice, Craig Home Sweet Homicide (Reissue; Originally published in 1944. Widowed crime writer Marion Carstairs' kids find diversion wherever they can, so when they hear gunshots at the house next door, they jump at the chance to investigate) $15.95
Rinehart, Mary Roberts The Red Lamp (alternate title: The Mystery Lamp) (Reissue; Originally published in 1925. William Porter doesn't believe the seaside manor he's just inherited is haunted, despite the reported evidence: a shadowy figure illuminated by the red light of his Uncle Horace's writing lamp. Whether the figure is spirit or human, Porter knows that it is responsible for the killings - first of sheep, then of people - occurring in the countryside) $15.95
Rose, Karen Death Is Not Enough (A high-profile defense attorney wakes up in bed with a dead woman, her blood on him and no recollection of how he got there. He must figure out who has been digging into his secrets, how much they know, and how far they will go to bring him down) $7.99
Rosenfelt, David The Twelve Dogs of Christmas (Andy Carpenter #15: Andy's friend Pups, who takes in stray puppies and finds them good homes, has been reported to the city for having too many pets. Andy is happy to defend her, but the stakes get higher when the neighbor who reported her is murdered and Pups becomes a suspect) $7.99
Sandford, John Deep Freeze (Virgil Flowers #10: His latest case takes Virgil back to Trippton, where a woman's body has been found frozen in a block of ice) $9.99
Smith, Lachlan Wolf's Revenge (Leo Maxwell #5: Leo seeks an exit strategy for his family's deepening entanglement with a ruthless prison-based gang) $16.00
Spindler, Erica The Other Girl (Miranda Rader grew up on the wrong side of the tracks, but has earned respect as a police officer. Her investigation into the murder of a popular professor turns up a chilling link to a terrible incident from her past) $7.99
Thomas, Sherry The Hollow of Fear (Lady Sherlock #3: The estranged wife of Charlotte's close friend Lord Ingram has been found dead on his estate, and all signs point to Ingram as the killer. With Scotland Yard closing in, Charlotte goes undercover to seek out the truth) $15.00
Thompson, Victoria City of Lies (Counterfeit Lady #1: Living on the edge of society, Elizabeth Miles uses her guile to relieve apparently respectable men of their ill-gotten gains. With one of her marks hot on her trail, she manages to blend in with a group of privileged women, and unexpectedly finds common ground with them. She will need all her wits and courage to keep her new life from being cut short by a vicious shadow from her past) $7.99
Togawa, Masako The Lady Killer (By day a devoted husband and hard worker, by night the Lady Killer cruises in search of lonely single women to seduce. But now the hunter is being hunted, and in his wake lies a trail of gruesome murders. Who is the culprit?) $13.95
Viskic, Emma And Fire Came Down (Caleb Zelic #2: When a young woman is killed after pleading for Caleb's help in sign language, he is determined to find out who she was. The trail leads straight to his hometown of Resurrection Bay) $14.95
Waddell, Martin Otley Complete: Otley / Otley Pursued / Otley Victorious / Otley Forever (Omnibus reprint of four comedic spy classics from the 1960s) $17.99
Wallace, Auralee Haunted Hayride with Murder (Otter Lake #6: The family of a murder victim suspect an earthlier culprit than the ghost of a long-dead witch, and hire Erica and Otter Lake Security to investigate) $7.99
Watkins, Eileen Feral Attraction (Cat Groomer #3: After a heated dispute about a local colony of feral cats, one of the women advocating for them is found dead in the woods. The police call it an accident, but Cassie has other suspicions) $15.95
Watterson, Kate Severed (Ellie Macintosh #6: The DA's daughter has been murdered, and her boyfriend arrested for the crime. As Ellie and her partner continue investigating, they find themselves blocked at every turn by federal agents) $9.99
Whishaw, Iona A Sorrowful Sanctuary (Lane Winslow #5: Lane finds a gravely injured young man, unable to speak, drifting in a sinking rowboat. The only clue: a bright red swastika lapel pin found on the beach that points to the National Unity Party of Canada) $14.95
Zanetti, Rebecca Hidden (Requisition Force #1: Hide: Pippa is off the grid in a safe house, watching her new neighbor through the window. Run: After the hell he unleashed in his last undercover assignment, an isolated bungalow seems ideal to Malcolm. Until he realizes he's been set up. Fight: Someone's gone to a lot of trouble to bring these two together) $7.99

EXPECTED MID-OCTOBER

Aaronovitch, Ben et al Water Weed (Rivers of London GN #6: Full color graphic novel. When river goddesses Chelsea and Olympia decide to earn a few quid on the side, Peter and Bev find themselves drawn into a sordid cannabis-smuggling operation) $16.99
Abdul-Jabbar/Waterhouse Mycroft and Sherlock (Mycroft Holmes #2: 1872: When a boy dies of a suspected drug overdose, Sherlock investigates. Meanwhile, a meeting with a Chinese woman leads Mycroft to the same mystery, forcing him to examine the underbelly of the opium trade that is enriching his beloved Britain's coffers) $25.99
Andrews, Donna Lark! The Herald Angels Sing (Meg Langslow #24: During rehearsal for the Christmas live nativity, Meg discovers a real baby in the manger - and a note suggesting Meg's brother Rob is the baby's father) $24.99
Axelrod, Steven Nantucket Counterfeit (Henry Kennis #5: When a widely disliked artistic director is murdered, Police Chief Henry Kennis finds the suspect list includes most of the local theater community) $15.95
Bowen, Rhys The Ghost of Christmas Past (Molly #17: 1906: While spending the holidays at a mansion on the Hudson, Molly learns their hosts' young daughter Charlotte disappeared ten years earlier. On Christmas Eve, there is a knock at the door - a young girl claiming to be Charlotte) $16.99
Brown, Rita Mae Crazy Like a Fox (Sister Jane Arnold #10: When a venerable hunting horn is stolen from a museum case, Sister Jane Arnold makes a discovery that may explain the unsolved disappearance of the horn's original owner. But as the clues mount, she's no longer sure if she's pursuing an artifact, a thief, a killer, or a ghost) $16.00
Burgen, Stephen Walking the Lions (New Yorker Alex Nadal is intrigued when he inherits his aunt's farm near Barcelona - because his aunt appears to have died twice, once at the end of the Spanish Civil War, and again sixty years later. He heads to Spain to investigate, only to be met with hostility or silence, until he realizes that here, the past is not history, but unfinished business) $13.99
Copperman, E.J. Bird, Bath, and Beyond (Agent to the Paws #2: Kay is birdsitting her client Barney on the set of his new TV show. When the show's human star is shot in his trailer, Barney is the only eyewitness) $26.99
Delany, Vicki The Cat Of Baskervilles (Sherlock Holmes Bookshop #3: When Jayne Wilson's mother is accused of murdering a visiting actor, Jayne and Gemma have to eliminate the impossible to reveal the true killer) $15.99
Fellowes, Jessica The Mitford Murders (Louisa Cannon #1: 1920: When a nurse is killed on a train, 16-year-old Nancy Mitford and her chaperone and confidante Louisa Cannon find themselves entangled in the crimes of a murderer who will do anything to remain a mystery) $16.99
Flower, Amanda Flowers and Foul Play (Magic Garden #1: Fiona was delighted to inherit her godfather's cottage in Scotland. She didn't expect to find the grounds in a shambles and a dead body in the garden) $15.99
Francis, Felix Crisis (Harrison Foster, crisis manager for a London firm, investigates after a fire at the Chadwick Stables kills six very valuable horses) $27.00
French, Tana The Witch Elm (After surprising two burglars who beat him and leave him for dead, Toby takes refuge at his ancestral home, caring for his dying Uncle Hugo. Then a skull is found in the trunk of an elm tree in the garden, and detectives close in) $28.00
Frost, Jacqueline Twelve Slays Of Christmas (Christmas Tree Farm #1: To recover from a breakup, Holly heads home to her family's tree farm in Maine. Her plans to drown her sorrows in snickerdoodles are interrupted when the president of the local historical society is found bludgeoned to death on the farm) $15.99
Hayes, Paddy Queen of Spies (Nonfiction. The story of Daphne Park, Britain's Cold War spy master, and the evolution of the modern SIS) $16.95
Holliday, Susi The Deaths of December (It looks like a regular advent calendar, until DC Becky Greene starts opening doors, and discovers a crime scene behind almost every one. The police hope it's a prank, because if it isn't, a murderer has just surfaced - one who's been killing for twenty years) $13.99
Ide, Joe Wrecked (Isaiah Quintabe #3: A young painter approaches IQ for help tracking down her missing mother. When his new confidant turns out to be connected to a dangerous paramilitary operation, IQ falls victim to a threat even a genius couldn't see coming; Signed copies expected) $27.00
James, P.D. Sleep No More (Six previously uncollected murderous tales) $15.00
Jones, Stan Tundra Kill (Nathan Active #5: Alaskan cop Nathan Active investigates when a dog musher is killed by a snowmobile. The case sweeps him into the bizarre family affairs and political ambitions of Alaska's governor) $15.95
Kellerman, Faye Killing Season audiobook (Unabridged. Determined to find out who abducted and strangled his sister, teen math whiz Ben Vicksburg pores over the case files, seeing patterns and tiny details that the police have missed. But uncovering the truth may not be enough to keep Ben safe from a killer with nothing left to lose) $19.99
Lawton, John Friends and Traitors (Frederick Troy: 1958: Chief Superintendent Frederick Troy's trip to Europe is derailed when he is approached in Vienna by a former friend - notorious Russian spy Guy Burgess) $16.00
Leon, Donna Willful Behavior (Guido Brunetti #11: Reissue; Brunetti is approached for help in obtaining a pardon for a crime committed by a girl's now-dead grandfather. Then the girl is found dead, and another corpse and an extraordinary art collection lead Brunetti to long-buried secrets of Nazi collaboration and the exploitation of Italian Jews) $16.00
Lovesey, Peter Beau Death (Peter Diamond #17: A skeleton turns up in an attic, wearing authentic 1760s garb with a white tricorn hat - the distinctive signature accessory of famous Bath man about town Beau Nash. Superintendent Peter Diamond, assigned to identify the remains, starts making discoveries that set Nash scholarship on its ear) $16.95
McGarrity, Michael Residue (Kevin Kerney #13: When Kim Ward's bones are unearthed in Las Cruces, New Mexico, a long-unsolved missing person case becomes a homicide investigation, and suspicion shifts to Ward's college boyfriend: Kevin Kerney) $25.95
Paretsky, Sara Shell Game (V.I. Warshawski #19: PI V.I. Warshawski returns to Chicago to save an old friend's nephew from a murder charge. The case involves a stolen artifact that could implicate a network of international criminals; Signed copies expected) $27.99
Penzler, Otto (ed) The Big Book of Female Detectives (Massive anthology of stories by the most iconic women of the detective canon over the past 150 years) $25.00
Rosenfelt, David Deck the Hounds (Andy Carpenter #18: When a homeless man they've been helping turns out to be wanted for murder, Andy works to clear his name) $24.99
Sandford, John Holy Ghost (Virgil Flowers #11: In an attempt to put itself on the map, Pinion, Minnesota's mayor decides to invent a miracle and build a shrine. All the pilgrims would need food and shelter, right? What could go wrong? When the dead body show up, they find out; audiobook) $29.00
Scarrow, Simon Day of the Caesars (Macro & Cate #16: 54 CE: Emperor Claudius is dead. Nero rules, but Britannicus has also laid claim to the throne. Prefect Cato has caught the eyes of rival factions determined to get him on their sides. To survive, Cato must play a cunning game, enlisting the help of Centurion Macro) $13.99
Wallace/Keith Hunter Killer (original title: Firing Point) movie tie-in (Reissue; After both Russian and American submarines are mysteriously sunk under the polar ice cap, Captain Joe Glass and his crew head to the location to render aid, and discover that the incidents were not accidents. And the men responsible have yet to make their final move) $9.99
Woods, Stuart Desperate Measures (Stone Barrington #47: Stone Barrington meets a stunning woman who seems like she could be an ideal candidate to meet some of his professional - and personal - needs. He'll have to protect his new hire when NYC is rocked by a series of disturbing crimes, and it looks as if she might be the next target) $28.00
Yu, Ovidia The Betel Nut Tree Mystery (Crown Colony #2: Singapore, 1937: Chen Su Lin is now Chief Inspector Le Froy's assistant in the newly formed detective unit. When Nicole Covington's betrothed is found dead in bizarre circumstances, the high-strung Nicole claims it's her fault. As Su Lin uncovers secrets and further deaths occur, she realizes she may not be able to save Nicole's life - or her own) $13.99

EXPECTED EARLY NOVEMBER

Abarbanell, Stephan Displaced (1946: Lilya, a member of the Jewish resistance, is tasked with searching for a missing scientist. The quest takes her from Whitehall to the rubble-strewn streets of Munich and Berlin. At a camp for displaced persons, she makes a breakthrough - but she isn't the only person looking for the missing man) $16.99
Blaedel, Sara The Running Girl (Louise Rick #5: Violent party-crashers send a young girl fleeing for help; when she's struck and killed by a car, detective Louise Rick investigates) $7.99
Blaedel, Sara The Midnight Witness (Louise Rick #10: Detective Louise Rick is investigating a young woman's murder when her friend Camilla Lind entangles her in another case, the murder of a journalist near Copenhagen's Royal Hotel) $9.99
Brennan, Allison Too Far Gone (Lucy Kincaid #14: Lucy investigates after a man who appears to be under the influence and mentally unstable dies in a shootout with the FBI) $9.99
Burke, Alafair The Wife (When a college intern makes an accusation against professor Jason Powell, and a second woman comes forward with troubling allegations, Jason swears he's innocent, and his wife Angela believes him. But when one of his accusers vanishes, Angela is forced to take a closer look - at both the man she married and the woman she chose not to believe) $16.99
Carlisle, Kate A Wrench in the Works (Fixer-Upper #6: Shannon's younger sister Chloe is bringing her TV crew to Lighthouse Cove to film several shows featuring Shannon's skills. But Chloe's cohost is being stalked by someone who turns out to be his estranged wife - and executive producer of the show) $7.99
Child, Lee Past Tense (Jack Reacher #21: Family secrets come back to haunt Jack Reacher as past and present collide in his father's hometown in rural New Hampshire) $28.99
Clancy/Cameron Power and Empire (Jack Ryan: A newly belligerent Chinese government leaves US President Jack Ryan with only a few desperate options) $9.99
Cleeves, Ann The Seagull (Vera Stanhope #8: A cold case takes Vera back in time - and close to home - when cop turned inmate John Brace tells her where notorious wheeler dealer Robbie Marshall's body is buried. Both men were friends with Vera's father Hector, who was one of the last people to see Marshall before he disappeared) $17.99
Connelly, Michael Dark Sacred Night (Harry Bosch #23 / Renee Ballard #2: Ballard returns to Hollywood Station in the early hours only to find a stranger rifling through old file cabinets - retired detective Harry Bosch, working a cold case that has gotten under his skin. Ballard kicks him out, then checks the case herself, and decides to work with Bosch to bring a killer to justice; Signed copies expected) $29.00
Cussler/Morrison Typhoon Fury (Oregon Files #12: Hired to search for a valuable collection of paintings, Juan Cabrillo and his crew learn that the leader of a Filipino insurgency is using them to finance his attacks - and has stumbled on an untested drug designed to turn soldiers into super-warriors) $9.99
Easton, Don An Element of Risk (Jack Taggart #11: Guns are being smuggled into British Columbia from the US. When an fellow officer is murdered, Taggart goes undercover to infiltrate a white supremacist faction and track down the killers) $11.99
Elliott, Lauren Murder by the Book (Addie Greyborne #1: Addie has inherited her family's New England manor, and her aunt's extensive book collection, all the inventory she'll need to start her own used and rare bookstore. When her friend is arrested for killing another local merchant, Addie isn't going to let the police close the book on the case without a fight) $7.99
Estleman, Loren D. Wild Justice (Page Murdock #10: 1896: As he escorts the remains of Montana Judge Harlan Blackthorne across the continent by rail, Deputy US Marshal Page Murdock reflects on their careers bringing justice to the wilderness) $26.99
Farrow, Sharon Killed on Blueberry Hill (Berry Basket #3: At the Blueberry Blow Out, a diabetic local farmer dies after pigging out in the pie-eating contest. When authorities discover the man's insulin had been tampered with, suspicion falls his top comptetior: Marlee's boyfriend Ryan) $7.99
Forsyth, Frederick The Fox (The Pentagon, the NSA, and the CIA have been hacked simultaneously by an unknown enemy known only as 'the Fox' - who turns out to be a British teen with no agenda, no secrets, just a brilliant mind. After conferring with the British PM and US President, former SIS chief Adrian Weston is determined to use the Fox's talents to the advantage of both nations) $28.00
Gardner, Erle Stanley The Count of 9 (Cool & Lam: Bertha Cool and Donald Lam investigate an impossible murder in a double-locked room, the theft of two precious Buddhas, and the intertwined fates of a globetrotting explorer, a neglected wife, and a nude art model) $9.95
Graves, Sarah Death by Chocolate Cherry Cheescake (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) $15.95
Harris, Robert Munich (1938: Hugh Legat is a rising star of the British diplomatic service. Paul von Hartmann is on the staff of the German Foreign Office, and secretly a member of the anti-Hitler resistance. Years ago, the two men were friends at Oxford. Their meeting at the Munich Conference will change the course of world affairs) $16.95
Harvey, John Body & Soul (Frank Elder #4: When his daughter Katherine's self-destructive tailspin culminates in murder, Elder struggles to protect her and prove her innocence) $25.95
Herron, Mick The Marylebone Drop (Novella set in the world of the Slough House series) $7.99
Hunt, Tom Killer Choice (His wife is sick. He needs $200,000 to save her. A mysterious man offers to give him the money with just one catch: he'll have to murder someone to earn it) $9.99
Ignatius, David The Quantum Spy (A hyper-fast quantum computer is the digital equivalent of a nuclear bomb; whoever possesses one will be able to shred any encryption and break any code in existence. The question is: who will build one first, the United States or China?) $15.95
Jackson, Kate Golden Age of Detection Puzzle Book (Over 100 criminally teasing challenges to be scrutinized, including word searches, anagrams, snapshot covers, and crosswords, sourced from the British Crime Classics library of titles) $12.95
James, Miranda Six Cats A Slayin' (Cat in the Stacks #10: Charlie and Diesel welcome five kittens to the family. Also, Charlie investigates when his nosy neighbor winds up dead at her own holiday party) $26.00
Lester, Meera A Hive of Homicides (Henny Penny #3: When a friend's husband is found shot dead in his car, her friend injured beside him, Abby brushes off her cop skills to investigate) $7.99
Limon, Martin The Line (Sueno & Bascom #13: 1970s: A battered corpse is found a few feet north of the line dividing North and South Korea. When Army CID agents Sueno and Bascom follow orders and pull the body to the South Korean side, they have no idea of the international conflict their small action will spark) $26.95
Lloyd, Catherine Death Comes to the School (Kurland St. Mary #5: An anonymous letter has accused Lucy of witchcraft, and she's not the only one in the village to receive a malicious letter. Speculation only escalates when the village teacher is found murdered at her desk) $15.95
Margolin, Phillip The Third Victim (Two women are dead, and another claims she was kidnapped and tortured. When the woman identifies lawyer Alex Mason's house as the one where she was held captive, Regina Barrister takes on the impossible task of defending him) $9.99
McPherson, Catriona Go to My Grave (The first guests at Donna Weaver's B&B are a contentious group of estranged cousins - they were here before, years ago, and a birthday party that started with peach schnapps ended up with a girl walking into the sea) $26.99
Meier, Leslie Turkey Trot Murder (Lucy Stone #24: When a young woman who was struggling with drug addiction is found dead in Blueberry Pond, the police call it an accidental overdose, but Lucy isn't so sure) $7.99
Penny, Louise Bury Your Dead (Armand Gamache #6: Agatha, Anthony, Arthur Ellis, and Nero winner. Armand Gamache attends Winter Carnival in Quebec City. Although on leave, when an obsessed historian's quest for the remains of Quebec's founder ends in murder, Gamache cannot walk away from a crime that threatens to ignite long-smoldering tensions between the English and the French. Meanwhile, he receives disquieting letters from the village of Three Pines) $9.99
Perry, Anne A Christmas Revelation (Christmas #16: An orphan boy investigates a woman's kidnapping - and discovers there's more at stake than a disappearance) $20.00
Perry, Leigh The Skeleton Makes a Friend (Family Skeleton #5: Georgia, Madison, and Sid are enjoying summer at a rustic lake cabin when a teen named Jen shows up looking for her friend Sid. They are both part of a local online gaming group, and one of the members has gone missing) $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) $9.99
Rademacher, Cay Murderous Mistral (Roger Blanc #1: When his anti-corruption investigations in Paris prove too successful, Capitaine Roger Blanc finds himself stationed in the Provence countryside, and tasked with investigating the murder of a man who had no friends and many enemies) $16.99
Reed, M/Mayer, E An Empire for Ravens (John the Lord Chamberlain #12: Summoned to Rome by his longtime comrade Felix, who is in some kind of trouble, John finds himself ambushed and arrested, and learns that Felix is missing) $15.95
Roslund/Hellstrom Pen 33 (alternate title: The Beast) (Ewert Grens #1: When unrepentant child molester and serial killer Bernt Lund escapes from custody, DS Ewert Grens faces the most appalling case of his career) $16.99
Simenon, Georges Maigret and the Reluctant Witnesses (Maigret #53: Maigret is called to the home of the high-profile Lachaume family, where the eldest brother has been found shot dead. But the family closes ranks and claims to have heard and seen nothing at the time of the murder) $13.00
Simenon, Georges A Maigret Christmas and Other Stories (Short crime stories) $13.00
Smith, Alexander McCall The Colors of All the Cattle (No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency #19: News about the proposed development of the flashy Big Fun Hotel next to a graveyard leads Mma Ramotswe to run for a seat on the City Council; audiobook $29.99) $25.95
Smith, Sherri Follow Me Down (Mia Haas has built her life far from the North Dakota town where she grew up, but her twin brother's disappearance brings her back to the people she left behind and the secrets she thought she'd buried) $16.99
Thomas, Will Old Scores (Barker & Llewelyn #9: London, 1890: A Japanese diplomatic delegation has arrived to open an embassy, and Cyrus Barker has been enlisted to show them his Japanese garden. When the ambassador is murdered and Barker is framed for the crime, he and his assistant Thomas Llewelyn set out to find the real killer) $16.99
Truss, Lynne A Shot in the Dark (Constable Twitten #1: 1957: A theatre critic has come to Brighton to reveal the secret he knows about the 1945 Aldersgate Stick-up. When he's shot dead before he can tell, Sergeant Brunswick and Constable Twitten set out to solve the murder and the cold case) $17.00
Tursten, Helene An Elderly Lady Is Up to No Good (Short stories featuring Maud, an irascible 88-year-old Swedish woman with no family, no friends, and no qualms about a little murder. Will she be able to avoid suspicion, or will DI Irene Huss see through her?) $12.99
Tursten, Helene Protected by the Shadows (Irene Huss #10: The Organized Crimes Unit pairs with the Violent Crimes Unit to help defuse the escalating tensions between rival gangs . But could there be a mole on the force who is thwarting their efforts?) $15.95
Wait, Lea Thread Herrings (Mainely Needlepoint #7: At an auction, Angie impulsively bids on a tattered embroidery of a coat of arms, and finds a old legal document hidden in the frame. The problem is, someone is willing to kill to get it back) $7.99
Ware, Ruth In a Dark, Dark Wood (A reclusive writer reluctantly agrees to join a group for a weekend trip to the English countryside. But as night falls, and revelations unfold among friends old and new, an unnerving memory shatters her reserve - and she realizes the party is not alone in the woods) $9.99
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) $9.99
Wood, Tom Kill for Me (Victor #8: Two sisters have been waging a bloody struggle for control of a Guatemalan cartel. One of them has just hired Victor to eliminate her sister - but he's not the only one on the hunt) $9.99

EXPECTED MID-NOVEMBER

Aaronovitch, Ben Lies Sleeping (Peter Grant #7: The Faceless Man has been unmasked and is on the run. But as the Met's unwieldy might bears down on this foe, DC Peter Grant uncovers clues that the Faceless Man is executing the final stages of a long-term plan with its roots in London's two thousand years of bloody history) $26.00
Allen, Amanda Santa Fe Mourning (Santa Fe Revival #1: When Maddie's sweetheart perishes in the Great War, she decides to start over in New Mexico, and hires the Anayas to help out around her cottage. When Mr. Anaya is found murdered outside a speakeasy, the police ignore the case, and Maddie decides to look into it herself) $15.99
Baldacci, David Long Road to Mercy (Atlee Pine #1: FBI agent Atlee Pine could be a top profiler, but prefers to catch criminals in the wilderness of the western US. This time she's investigating a mutilated mule carcass in the Grand Canyon, hoping to solve the disappearance of its rider) $29.00
Blaedel, Sara The Silent Women (alternate titles: Call Me Princess / Blue Blood) (Louise Rick #2: Reissue; When a young woman is brutally raped in her Copenhagen home, DI Louise Rick learns the victim met her attacker via a dating website, and pursues the man through the online dating world) $9.99
Brown, Rita Mae Homeward Hound (Sister Jane Arnold #11: When the fanfare of the Christmas Hunt is interrupted by the discovery of a corpse, Sister Jane Arnold and her loyal hounds must uncover who has killed a beloved club faithful) $27.00
Copperman/Cohen The Question of the Dead Mistress (Samuel Hoenig #5: Samuel asks Ms. Washburn to take the lead on their latest question: a woman has asked 'Is my husband having an affair with a dead woman?') $15.99
Disher, Garry Signal Loss (Hal Challis #7: A pair of hit men working a job for a meth kingpin have a very bad day, and the resulting bushfire draws attention to a drug lab and two burned bodies. Inspector Hal Challis investigates, while Sergeant Ellen Destry - new head of the sex crimes unit - hunts for a serial rapist) $15.95
Ernst, Kathleen The Lacemaker's Secret (Chloe Ellefson #9: Chloe hopes a consulting job at Green Bay's Heritage Hill Historical Park will be a welcome distraction. Instead she finds a body in a century-old bake oven) $15.99
Evanovich, Janet Look Alive Twenty-Five (Stephanie Plum #25: The Red River Deli in Trenton is world-famous for its pastrami, its coleslaw, and its disappearing managers - three in the last month, the only clue in each case a shoe left behind. The police are baffled. Lula thinks it's alien abductions. They'd better figure it out before new manager Stephanie Plum vanishes; audiobook $32.00) $28.00
Hall, Oakley So Many Doors (A man sits in a death row cell, sentenced to die for the murder of a beautiful woman. As we learn the story of her death, one question haunts us: why would any man kill the woman he craves more than life itself?) $9.95
Havill, Steven F. Lies Come Easy (Posadas County #23: As the holidays approach, the Sheriff's Department find themselves dealing with an abandoned toddler, a missing range tech, and a brutal murder in a tiny border town) $15.95
Hechtman, Betty On The Hook (Crochet #12: The Tarzana Hookers could come apart at the seams when thwarted ambition, shady ethics, and a puzzling murder converge) $15.99
Horowitz, Anthony Forever and a Day (James Bond: The sea keeps its secrets, but not this time. One body, three bullets. 007 floats in the waters near Marseilles, killed by an unknown hand. It's time for a new agent to step in, for James Bond to earn his license to kill) $26.99
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) $16.95
McDermid, Val Insidious Intent (Hill & Jordan #10: Tony and Carol hunt for a serial killer who targets single women attending weddings without a date) $16.00
Oleksiw, Susan Below the Tree Line (Pioneer Valley #1: In rural Massachusetts, a woman with healing hands and a rescued dog trap a killer) $15.99
Robinson, Maggie Nobody's Sweetheart Now (Lady Adelaide #1: 1924: Addie recently (and contentedly) interred her unfaithful husband. She wasn't expecting his ghost to show up at her house party. Or a murder to disrupt her careful seating arrangement) $15.95
Stuckart, Diane A.S. Fool's Moon (Tarot Cats #1: It's challenging taking care of her half-sister's New Age shop and menagerie of mystically inclined pets, but Ruby never worries that she's bitten off more than she can chew - until a customer wants her to divine the truth about a murder) $15.99
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) $15.99




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