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Newsletter #97 March May, 2012

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Mystery Scene #122 (Articles about Stephen Hunter, Marcia Muller, more) $7.50
Barnes, Alan Sherlock Holmes On Screen (Nonfiction; black & white photos. Surveys over a century of the great detective's exploits in film and television, from the silent era through 2010) $19.95
Beatty, Jack The Lost History of 1914 (Nonfiction; offers a different view of WWI, testing the long-dominant assumption that it was inevitable. Chronicling largely forgotten events faced by each of the belligerent countries in the months before the war started in August, Beatty shows how any one of them might have derailed the war or brought it to a different end) $30.00
Bilyeau, Nancy The Crown (When she learns that her cousin has been condemned by Henry VIII, Joanna Stafford leaves her priory to stand by her family. The ruthless Bishop of Winchester pressures her into agreeing to search for an ancient crown that may be powerful enough to end the Reformation. When at last she finds it, she must decide who she can trust with the secrets it reveals) $24.99
Bond, Michael Monsieur Pamplemousse and the French Solution (Pamplemousse #16: Awards for bed bugs and bad food have Pamplemousse trying to find out who is behind a smear campaign against France's premiere restaurant and hotel guide) $16.95
Bond, Michael Monsieur Pamplemousse and the Carbon Footprint (Pamplemousse #17: In hopes of improving Le Guide's reputation in America, Pamplemousse and his faithful bloodhound Pommes Frites court a revered and feared food critic. But can they save him from the Mafia?) $16.95
Brod, D.C. Getting Lucky (Robyn Guthrie #2: PBO; When a young reporter is killed in a hit and run accident, freelance writer Robyn Guthrie agrees to finish one of the stories the reporter had been working on. The seemingly simple assignment leads to shady land deals, an old high school nemesis, and Robyn's aging mother) $15.95
Brown, Virginia Dixie Diva Blues (Divas #3: Trinket and the gang will stop at nothing to clear a diva's husband of murder charges) $15.95
Carpenter, Sally The Baffled Beatlemaniac Caper (Sandy Fairfax #1: Years ago teen idol Sandy Fairfax recorded ten gold albums and starred as a boy sleuth in a hit TV series. Now he's desperate for a comeback. A guest appearance at a Beatles fan convention turns deadly when a member of the tribute band is shot. When police suspect Sandy, the former schoolboy shamus must find the killer) $14.95
Carr, John Dickson The Peacock Feather Murders (alternate title: Ten Teacups) (Sir Henry Merrivale #06: Reissue; Classic Golden Age reprint) $14.95
Challinor, C.S. Murder of the Bride (Rex Graves #5: PBO; In Derbyshire with his fiancee Helen to attend a wedding, Scottish barrister Rex Graves must find a killer when guests start falling faster than the gloomy May rain) $14.95
Clare, Alys The Rose of the World (Hawkenlye #13: 1210: The excommunicated King John's men have come to Hawkenlye Abbey to take it over. Abbess Caliste worries how she is to feed the nuns under her care. Meanwhile, Helewise has moved into Hawkenlye Manor with Josse. But after a visit to St Edmund's Chapel, Helewise's 11-year-old granddaughter goes missing - and soon all that they hold dear is threatened) $15.95
Clason, Clyde B. The Purple Parrot (Theocritus Westborough #4 Reissue; Classic reprint) $14.95
Coleman, Reed Farrel Hurt Machine (Moe Prager #7: PBO; PI Moe Prager's ex-wife comes to him for help after her sister Alta is murdered; hc also available $24.95) $15.95
Connor, Alex The Other Rembrandt (UK title: The Rembrandt Secret) (Gallery owner Owen Ziegler believes he has uncovered evidence of secrets about Rembrandt that could turn the art world on its head. When Owen is found murdered in the gallery, his son Marshall sets out to solve the vicious crime and to uncover the centuries-old secrets) $14.95
Corris, Peter Follow the Money (Cliff Hardy: PBO; When PI Cliff Hardy loses all his dough to an unscrupulous financial adviser, he has to follow the money trail deep into Sydney's underbelly to get himself back in the black) $19.95
Crane, Frances The Amethyst Spectacles (Pat & Jean Abbott #6: Reissue; Classic reprint) $14.95
Daniel, John M. Vanity Fire (Guy Mallon #2: Publisher Guy Mallon learns his book warehouse has burned to the ground. Rushing to the scene, he and arson inspector Rosa Macdonald see a total loss. And a burned body) $14.95
David, Saul Hart of Empire (George Hart #2: 1879: Sent to Afghanistan - where his mixed race makes it easy for him to go undercover - to steal the iconic Prophet's Cloak, Hart has misgivings about Whitehall's meddling. When the British Resident ignores his warnings, a massacre results, and Hart finds himself on the run with an Afghan princess, racing to prevent an uprising and head off a British invasion) $10.95
Davies, J.D. The Mountain of Gold (Matthew Quinton #2: 1663: Beset by pirates, Knights of Malta, and saboteurs, Captain Matthew Quinton sails to Africa at the behest of King Charles II to lay claim to a fabled mountain of gold) $25.00
Doherty, Paul Bloodstone (Brother Athelstan #11: 1380: When the corpse of Sir Robert Kilverby is discovered in a locked room, Brother Athelstan accompanies the King's coroner to investigate. Sir Robert had in his possession a priceless sacred bloodstone, which has now disappeared. Was he murdered?) $28.95
Eccles, Marjorie Cuckoo's Child (Yorkshire, 1909: Laura Harcourt accepts a position in Wainthrope, and arrives to find the Beaumont family still torn apart by the death of Theo, Ainsley's son, in a disastrous fire twenty years ago. And the Beaumonts have secrets - secrets that DI Charlie Womersely, investigating a body found floating in the mill dam, must uncover if he is to find the truth) $15.95
Edwards, Martin (editor) Guilty Consciences (Anthology; 17 original stories by members of the Crime Writers' Association) $15.95
Grant, Barry Sherlock Holmes and the Swedish Enigma (Holmes & Wilson #3: A corpse in a sarcophagus, a headless macaw, and a stolen slice of Black Forest gateau alert Sherlock Holmes to a macabre international crime in progress, and lead him through London's back streets to the moors of Cornwall. Holmes is in top form, fully recovered from his journey through ice to the 21st century, and ready to reveal a multitude of secrets) $27.95
Grant, Maxwell The Green Hoods / Silver Skull (Shadow #55: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell The Embassy Murders / Hills of Death (Shadow #56: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Greener, Richard The Knowland Retribution (Locator #1: Reissue; Walter's new assignment: find a man no one knows. It's a complex case involving a meat-packing operation and a series of deaths from e-coli. Now the men involved in the cover-up are being systematically murder) $14.95
Guillou, Jan The Road to Jerusalem (Crusades #1: Born in 1150 to a noble family and schooled at a monastery by a Cistercian monk and a former Knight Templar, young Arn Magnusson is sent to fulfill his destiny beyond the cloister walls. As the murder of a king engulfs western Gotaland in a whirlwind of ruthless power plays, Arn is sent to take up arms to battle infidels in the Holy Land) $14.99
Guillou, Jan The Templar Knight (Crusades #2: Arn Magnusson of the Knights Templar is renowned as a man of compassion, strength, and faith, even among the enemy Saracens. Yet neither time nor distance can lessen Arn's pain of separation from his betrothed in western Gotaland, who is a pawn in a war between clans. When fate brings together Arn and Saracen leader Saladin, an unlikely friendship is forged that will alter the course of Arn's life, and the history of Jerusalem itself) $14.99
Gunn, Elizabeth Magic Line (Sarah Burke #4: Detective Burke is called to a mass shooting in a quiet residential street. It looks like a home invasion gone very wrong, but the crime scene just doesn't make sense - until one of the 'victims' suddenly escapes, and another man is seen running from the house) $28.95
Hambly, Barbara Shirt on His Back (Benjamin January #10: Seeking vengeance for his brother's murder, Lt. Shaw hires January to accompany him to the rendezvous of the mountain men in the Rocky Mountains. Once there, the discovery of a corpse opens the door to hints of a greater plot, of madness and wholesale murder) $15.95
Harvey, John A Darker Shade of Blue: Stories (Collection; 18 stories from a master of British crime fiction) $25.00
Heald, Tim Death in the Opening Chapter (Simon Bognor #11: On the eve of the Flanagan Fludd Literary Festival, the Reverend Sebastian Fludd is discovered swinging from the end of a rope. While Sir Branwell Fludd is keen to wrap up the affair, Branwell's friend Sir Simon Bognor is more concerned with getting to the truth) $15.95
Heley, Veronica False Money (Abbot Agency #5: Bea Abbot runs a domestic agency that does not 'do' murder. But the disappearance of Tomi, the star of an award-winning short film, is a different matter, especially when charming but feckless Chris uses a bouquet of flowers to bribe Bea to investigate) $15.95
Hoag, Tami Down the Darkest Road (Oak Knoll #3: Four years after her older daughter disappeared, Lauren know exactly who took her, but there's not a shred of evidence. Looking for a fresh start, Lauren and her younger daughter move to Oak Knoll. Then Lauren's suspect turns up there. Tony Mendez and his team begin to close in, but as they sift through the murky circumstances of the case, a stunning question changes everything they thought they knew) $26.95
Iliffe, Glyn The Armour of Achilles (Odysseus #3: With the siege in its 10th year, Troy still stands. Threatened with mutiny by a disillusioned army, Agamemnon orders a series of attacks on Troy's allies, but even this doesn't draw the Trojans out. And when he angers the formidable Achilles, the war seems doomed to failure) $12.95
Larsen, Karianne Sticks & Stones (Cat DeLuca #2: PBO; When Cleo shoots her cheating husband Walter's bum full of buckshot, he disappears, taking her money, dog, and sister with him. PI Cat DeLuca promises to return the dog and money if her client stops shooting at Walter. Cleo agrees. Cat finds the dog, a mysterious bag of cash, and Walter, his very dead body is still warm) $14.95
Larsson/Gabrielsson There Are Things I Want You to Know about Stieg Larsson and Me (Nonfiction; an inside look at the best-selling writer's life, by his longtime companion) $14.95
Lawton, John Old Flames (Frederick Troy: Reissue; 1956: Soviet leaders Khrushchev and Bulganin are in Britain on an official visit. Chief Inspector Troy is assigned to be Khrushchev's bodyguard and to spy on him. Soon after, a Royal Navy diver is found mutilated beyond recognition. Troy's investigation takes him to the rotten heart of MI6, to the distant days of his childhood, and into the dangerous arms of an old flame) $14.00
Leather, Stephen Fair Game (Dan Shepherd #8: A yachting party, including the Prime Minister's goddaughter, is being held hostage by Somalian pirates. MI5 sends Shepherd undercover to track down the hostages, and investigate the pirates' links to terrorism in Britain) $11.95
Locke, John Wish List (Donovan Creed #5: Buddy and his pals jokingly posted 'impossible' wishes on the Wish List website - but they didn't read the fine print about the payment due if your wish is granted. In over his head, Buddy turns to his sister's friend, hit man Donovan Creed, for help) $4.99
Lourey, Jess November Hunt (Murder by Month #7: PBO; When Tom Kicker is killed in a deer hunting accident, Mira James is hired to investigate, and uncovers nasty secrets incriminating Battle Lake's most prominent families) $14.95
Ludlum/Garrison The Janson Command (Paul Janson #2: Reformed covert operative Paul Janson takes a job rescuing a doctor who has been kidnapped by West African rebels. But when the mission goes haywire he realizes he's in the middle of something much bigger) $27.99
Magson, Adrian Red Station (Harry Tate #1: After being made the scapegoat for a botched operation, MI5 agent Harry Tate is sent to a remote outpost in the Balkans. But the outpost is thrust into the international spotlight when troops begin massing in the area. As the danger increases, Tate discovers the outpost's real purpose - and decides to fight back) $15.95
Magson, Adrian Tracers (Harry Tate #2: In Baghdad, a suicide bomber blows up a fortified house, killing everyone inside. In Norfolk, England, a runaway Libyan banker is killed. Former MI5 agent Harry Tate has been hired by a government fixer to find two runaways - then both are assassinated. He is persuaded into another assignment, but when he tracks down the supposed Israeli professor, things start to go very wrong) $15.95
Mallory, Michael The Adventures of the Second Mrs. Watson (Amelia Watson #1: Reissue; Collection; 12 stories featuring featuring Amelia Watson, the devoted, intrepid, and highly opinionated spouse of the good Dr. Watson) $12.00
Mallory, Michael Murder in the Bath (Amelia Watson #2: Reissue; 1905: The city of Bath is stunned when the body of a prosperous businessman is found floating in the city's ancient Roman bath. It is up to Amelia to prove that a former student's husband is not responsible, despite the overwhelming evidence against him) $12.00
Mallory, Michael The Exploits of the Second Mrs. Watson (Amelia Watson #3: Collection; Amelia returns in 13 new adventures) $14.95
Mallory, Michael The Stratford Conspiracy (Amelia Watson #4: Amelia's investigation of a Shakespearean scholar's murder puts her in the deadly sights of a killer determined to eliminate anyone standing in the way the revelation of William Shakespeare's true identity) $14.95
Masters, Priscilla Frozen Charlotte (Martha Gunn #3: A confused woman arrives at the hospital, clutching a child she calls Poppy wrapped in a pink blanket. The baby is dead, and mummified. The postmortem reveals that the child was a newborn boy, dead for over five years. Who is the woman, where did she get the long-dead infant, and why did she bring it to the hospital that night? It's up to Shrewsbury coroner Martha Gunn to uncover the truth) $15.95
May, Peter Chinese Whispers (China Thrillers #6: Uproar over the Beijing Ripper puts detective Li Yan in the spotlight; the results of Margaret Campbell's autopsy on one of the victims send shockwaves through the investigation. Then Yan starts receiving personal letters from the killer) $14.95
McDonald, Craig El Gavilan (PBO; New Austin, Ohio, is grappling with waves of undocumented workers, putting tremendous pressure on schools, police, and city services. Three very different cops scramble to maintain order, until the rape-murder of a Mexican-American woman triggers a brutal chain of events that threatens to leave no survivors) $15.95
Neri, Kris Magical Alienation (Brennan & Haggerty #2: When fake psychic Samantha Brennan heads to Arizona as spiritual advisor to an aging bad boy of rock, she never expects to uncover the truth about the being in the spaceship that crashed in Roswell, NM, in 1947) $15.95
O'Donnell, P/Romero, E Live Bait: Samantha and the Cherub / Milord / Live Bait (Modesty Blaise: Reprints classic black & white comic strips featuring three adventures of detective Modesty Blaise and her trusty henchman Willie Garvin) $19.95
O'Hara, Gerry My Dear Watson (The greatest mystery surrounding Sherlock Holmes comes to light: he was actually a woman! The master - or rather, mistress - of disguise puts pen to paper to reveal this deception, and to chronicle a new case involving Dr. Watson and Constance Moriarty, the beguiling daughter of Holmes' nemesis) $18.95
Olsen, Jimmy Poison Makers (1970s: Edgar Espinosa-Jones accepts an assignment to investigate the seemingly innocent death of the US ambassador to the Dominican Republic. His first job is to interview one of the ambassador's daughters at a secret rendezvous in Haiti. He is drawn to her with an uncanny intensity as they travel toward a forbidden voodoo ceremony, but before long he is in terror for his life, running and hiding until he is forced to make his last stand) $19.95
Penzler, Otto (ed) Mark Twain's 'Medieval Romance' and Other Classic Mystery Stories (Anthology; 18 stories that leave it to the reader to speculate how they end) $25.95
Pyne, Daniel Twentynine Palms (PBO; Fleeing LA after an affair with his best friend's wife, Jack plans to lay low for a few days at a motel in a sleepy desert town. When a family disappears from the motel, leaving behind signs of a gruesome struggle, the local police decide Jack is the only logical suspect) $14.95
Ramsay, Frederick The Eighth Veil (PBO; AD 28: When a servant girl is murdered in the palace of King Herod Antipas, prefect Pontius Pilate insists on an investigation. The two men don't trust each other, so Gamaliel, a Talmudic scholar, is chosen to do the detective work) $14.95
Randisi, Robert J. Fly Me to the Morgue (Rat Pack #6: Bing Crosby wants to buy a horse, but his trainer fails to show up in Vegas, and then he finds the horse's owner dead. Time for Eddie G and Jerry to come to the rescue) $15.95
Robeson, Kenneth The River of Ice / The Flame Breathers (Avenger #6: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Robins, Madeleine E. The Sleeping Partner (Sarah Tolerance #3: Regency England: Miss Sarah Tolerance, fallen woman and agent of inquiry, looks for a young gentlewoman who has vanished from under her wealthy family's roof, apparently bent on a scandalous elopement with a mysterious man) $18.95
Rohmer, Sax The Mystery of Dr. Fu Manchu (alternate title: The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu) (Fu Manchu #1: Reissue; Classic reprint) $9.95
Rohmer, Sax The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu (alternate title: The Devil Doctor) (Fu Manchu #2: Reissue; Classic reprint) $9.95
Rosen, Leonard All Cry Chaos (Henri Poincare #1: Shortly before he is due to address a World Trade Organization conference, math genius James Fenster is blown up in his Amsterdam hotel room. Aging Interpol agent Henri Poincare pursues a long list of suspects) $29.00
Roslund/Hellstrom Three Seconds (Ewert Grens #5: A botched prison drug deal involving an undercover Swedish police operative results in a murder. Detective Inspector Ewert Grens' determination to find the killer threatens to expose the operative's true identity - and may reveal even bigger crimes involving the highest levels of power) $14.95
Rudolph, Penny Lifeblood (Rachel Chavez #2: When Rachel Chavez discovers two unconscious Mexican boys locked in a van in her parking garage, she rushes them to the emergency room. But when she checks back the next day, the Medical Center has no record of either child. Rachel's determination to find an explanation - an obsession that meshes with a search for her Mexican roots - leads to danger) $14.95
Rustad, Phil Dart (Dan Neumann #1: PBO; Minneapolis homicide detective Dan Neumann was looking forward to retirement. But his leisure plans go up in smoke when law enforcement calls on his expertise to investigate a murder involving a weapon so sophisticated, so lethal, it's never been seen before) $14.95
Rustad, Phil Alamo North Dakota (Dan Neumann #2: PBO; Semi-retired Minneapolis detective Dan Neumann is happy to hear his best friend's voice, until Pete says, 'I need your help, buddy. Grams is dead.' Dan's shock turns to outrage when he learns it was murder. When Pete's entire family is targeted, finding out who and why becomes Dan's mission) $14.95
Sample, Cindy Dying for a Date (Laurel McKay #1: Recently divorced, Laurel tries a dating service. When Bachelor #1 decides he wants her for dessert, Laurel dispatches him with her cell phone. The next day she discovers her drop-dead gorgeous date has literally dropped dead, and Laurel's only alibi is a friendly bottle of Dom Perignon. The investigating detective has to decide if the sassy soccer mom is a killer, or the next target) $16.95
Sample, Cindy Dying for a Dance (Laurel McKay #2: Laurel agrees to learn a foxtrot routine for her best friend's wedding. After she trips her instructor, crashes into a pair of dancers and breaks a heel off her new shoes, she thinks her evening can't get any worse. Then she stumbles over another dancer, dead, with her broken heel stuffed in his mouth) $16.95
Scarrow, Simon Eagle in the Sand (Macro & Cato #7: Trouble is brewing in Syria, on the eastern frontier of the Roman Empire, and the troops are in a deplorable state. Centurions Macro and Cato are dispatched to stamp out corruption in the cohort and restore it to fighting fitness. But another challenge faces them as a local tribesman calls for violent opposition to Rome) $17.95
Scarrow, Simon Centurion (Macro & Cato #8: Parthia is vying with Rome for control of Palmyra, an officially neutral kingdom whose royal household is on the brink of open revolt. A task force under the command of experienced soldiers Macro and Cato is dispatched to defend its king and guard its borders. When Parthia hears of the Roman army's presence, it starts amassing its troops for war) $17.95
Scarrow, Simon The Gladiator (Macro & Cato #9: Centurions Macro and Cato are bound for Rome when their ship is almost capsized by a tidal wave. They barely make it to a Cretan port, where they learn that an earthquake has devastated the island. In the chaotic aftermath, rebellion is in the air, and the governor calls on the centurions for help) $17.95
Scarrow, Simon The Legion (Macro & Cato #10: When the actions of a rebel gladiator in Egypt threaten the stability of the Roman Empire, Prefect Cato and Centurion Macro are tasked with tracking and defeating the renegade) $17.95
Schow, David J. Upgunned (Kidnapped by a hitman and forced to take blackmail photos of a politician, when the night is over, Elias McCabe is scared to death, and ten thousands dollars richer. If he keeps his mouth shut. But he doesn't, and now the hitman is targeting him) $26.99
Smith, Alexander Gordon Death Sentence (Escape from Furnace #3: YA; When Alex's second attempt to break out of Furnace Penitentiary fails, he is sent to the laboratories beneath the prison to be made into a monster - a superhuman minion of Furnace) $9.99
Southey, Roz Ladder Dancer (Charles Patterson #5: Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, 1736: When a child is ridden down and killed by an unknown horseman, musician/sleuth Charles Patterson, the only witness close enough to see that the collision was no accident, vows to hunt down the rider) $15.95
Stacey, Lyndon No Holds Barred (Daniel Whelan #2: After agreeing to help a woman who is struggling to run a haulage company while her husband recovers from a vicious attack, Daniel and his German shepherd Taz find themselves attracting the wrong sort of attention. Daniel soon finds evidence of some very nasty business) $28.95
Starr, Melvin R. Unhallowed Ground (Hugh de Singleton #4: PBO; 1366: When Thomas atte Bridge is found hanging from a tree, everyone assumes he took his own life, but Master Hugh and Kate find evidence that this may not be so. Now Hugh must discover which of his friends has murdered his enemy) $14.99
Stashower, Daniel The Dime Museum Murders (Harry Houdini #1: Reissue; NYC, 1897: When Branford Wintour is found murdered in his mansion, detectives call upon young escapologist Harry Houdini to help solve the crime. When Harry and his brother Dash reach the scene of the murder, they discover that Wintour seems to have been killed by a magic trick) $12.95
Stashower, Daniel The Floating Lady Murder (Harry Houdini #2: Reissue; When his mentor's astonishing Floating Lady illusion goes fatally wrong, Harry Houdini, his wife Bess, and his brother Dash must figure out how the young lady died from drowning rather than from a fatal fall) $12.95
Talley, Marcia A Quiet Death (Hannah Ives #10: When Hannah's train is involved in a horrific crash, although her arm is broken, she remains at the side of her critically injured seatmate until help arrives. When she is discharged from the hospital, she finds herself in possession of the man's distinctive bag. Her efforts to return it set in motion a chain of events that puts her life in grave danger) $15.95
Tapply, William G. The Nomination (Judge Thomas Larrigan is a Vietnam war hero, and seems like the perfect Supreme Court candidate. But he has some skeletons in his closet, and calls on an old Marine buddy, now a hitman, to clean them up) $14.95
Theroux, Paul Murder in Mount Holly (1960s: A patriotic veteran of three wars convinces his girlfriend and his landlady that they should do something for the nation - like robbing the Mount Holly Trust Company, because it is managed by a small dark man who is probably a communist. There are some complications) $22.00
Thompson, Brian The Player's Curse (Bella Wallis #3: Bella's decision to get to the bottom of Westland's secrets takes her to the Yorkshire moors, on the trail of some decidedly dangerous women and a surprisingly chatty hermit. When Bella is taken hostage, and Westland is kidnapped abroad, it falls to Urmiston, Quigley, and Murch to save them) $13.95
Thompson, E.V. Though the Heavens May Fall (Amos Hawke #1: 1856: When three men are murdered in Cornwall, Amos Hawke, a Cornish detective working from London's Scotland Yard, is sent to investigate. He finds lodgings with one of the widows, whose daughter Talwyn proves crucial in helping him bring the killers to justice) $12.95
Topol, Allan The China Gambit (Craig Page #1: PBO; When his reporter daughter is murdered to stop her from publishing an explosive story, former CIA agent Craig Page is determined to find the killer, and uncovers a conspiracy involving the CIA director who forced him out of the agency and a ruthless Chinese general) $14.95
Trent, Gayle Killer Sweet Tooth (Daphne Martin #2: Cake decorator Daphne Martin is the prime suspect when the police find her wielding an oversized plastic toothbrush over a dentist's dead body) $15.00
Vyleta, Dan The Quiet Twin (Vienna, 1939: Professor Speckstein's dog has been killed, the latest victim in a string of unsolved murders, and Speckstein wants answers. When an unexpected house call leads Dr. Beer to Speckstein's apartment, the professor's niece leads the doctor to her window and opens up a view of their apartment block that Beer has never known. Does one of these enigmatic neighbors have blood on their hands? Beer, who has his own reasons for keeping his private life hidden, reluctantly becomes embroiled in an inquiry that forces him to face the dark realities of Nazi rule) $16.00
Walker, Shiloh If You See Her (PBO; Hope Carson has escaped an abusive ex-husband and recovered from a vicious assault. Now she endures rumors surrounding her involvement in the attack. Her ex is a cop, so she doesn't trust law enforcement - and she certainly doesn't trust her attraction to DA Remy Jennings) $7.99
Webb, Betty Desert Wind (Lena Jones #7: PBO; When her partner Jimmy is arrested in a remote Arizona town, Lena rushes to his aid, and finds the town up in arms over a new uranium mine. A protester has been murdered, as well as the mine's PR man. Lena's investigation reveals a community damaged by dangerous mining practices, and a connection to a decades-old tragedy that no one wants to talk about; hc available $24.95) $14.95

Expected Early March

Abbott, Tony The Crazy Case of Missing Thunder (Goofballs #1: Kids; Jeff, Mara, Kelly, and Brian are self-proclaimed goofballs who have been deciphering clues together since first grade. When a rich kid's scaredy-cat pony goes missing, they use outrageous disguises, crazy inventions, and off-the-wall antics to crack the case) $4.99
Abbott, Tony The Startling Story of the Stolen Statue (Goofballs #2: Kids; Badger Point Elementary School's new statue has disappeared. The Goofballs will go to any lengths to figure out the clues - which include a word too long to say, wearing towel disguises, and Brian losing his pants - and solve the mystery) $4.99
Albert, Susan Wittig Cat's Claw (Pecan Springs #1: Pecan Spring's computer guru has been shot dead in his kitchen. At first police chief Sheila Dawson believes it's suicide, but further investigation reveals the wound wasn't self-inflicted. When a man who broke into the computer shop before the murder goes missing, she's sure the two crimes are connected) $25.95
Alden, Jami Run from Fear (PBO; Talia Vega moved hundreds of miles to escape her past. Now, a twisted madman plans on resurrecting it - but ex-Green Beret Jack Brooks is determined to keep her safe) $7.99
Allen, Grant An African Millionaire (Reissue; Posing alternately as a seer, a curate, and a German professor, gentleman rogue Colonel Clay repeatedly swindles millionaire Sir Charles Van Drift) $15.00
Atherton, Nancy Aunt Dimity and the Family Tree (Aunt Dimity #16: William Sr. has moved to Finch, and is renovating Fairworth House. But the estate has a shadowy past, and it'll take Aunt Dimity's otherworldly guidance to put an end to the strange occurrences there) $7.99
Baer, Robert & Dayna The Company We Keep: A Husband-and-Wife Spy Story (Nonfiction; the story of the unlikely romance between a top CIA operative and an up-and-coming CIA shooter, and their attempt to leave the spy life behind) $15.00
Bain, D/Fletcher, J Skating on Thin Ice (Murder, She Wrote #35: A series of 'accidents' have been ruining a figure skater's practice with her pairs partner and coach; Jessica Fletcher investigates when one of them is found dead at the arena) $7.99
Baldacci, David The Sixth Man (King & Maxwell #5: As they attempt to uncover the truth about an alleged serial killer, PIs Sean King and Michelle Maxwell find obstacles, half-truths, and dead ends that push their partnership to the limit) $9.99
Bayard, Louis The School of Night (A disgraced scholar is hired to find a stolen letter from the 1600s. It may be the clue to a hidden treasure; it may contain the formula for alchemy; it most certainly will prove the existence of a group of brilliant scholars about whom little is known. But he's not the only one hunting for the letter) $14.99
Benson, Michael A Knife in the Heart (PBO; Nonfiction; two teenage girls both fall for a cocky criminal, resulting in a fight that ends with one girl dead and the other charged with murder) $6.99
Black, Cara Murder in Passy (Aimee Leduc #11: When Aimee's godfather, a Paris police captain, becomes prime suspect in the strangling death of his Basque girlfriend, Aimee's search for the real killer leads her to police corruption, a Basque terrorist group, and a kidnapped Spanish princess) $14.00
Black, Cara Murder at the Lanterne Rouge (Aimee Leduc #12: First Rene's new girlfriend Meizi leaves a Chinatown dinner to take a phone call, and doesn't return. Then a science prodigy's dead body is found, with Meizi's photo in his wallet. Aimee doesn't like this scenario one bit, but she can't figure out how the murder is connected to the disappearance) $25.00
Blake, Daniel Thou Shalt Kill (UK title: Soul Murder) (Franco Patrese #1: Pittsburgh homicide detective Franco Patrese and his partner Mark Beradino track a serial killer intent on killing according to the Bible to punish the sinful) $7.99
Bowen, Rhys Bless the Bride (Molly Murphy #10: 1903: With her own wedding to NYPD Captain Daniel Sullivan approaching, Molly decides to squeeze in one last case: a wealthy Chinese immigrant wants her to find his missing bride) $7.99
Box, C.J. Cold Wind (Joe Pickett #11: When Joe's mother-in-law is arrested for killing her husband, the early evidence points to her being guilty as sin, but later developments make Joe wonder if she's being set up) $9.99
Brown, Rita&Sneaky Pie Hiss of Death (Mrs. Murphy #19: When Harry falls ill, it's up to her cats Mrs. Murphy and Pewter, along with corgi Tee Tucker, to save the day and sleuth out the villain behind a vicious murder) $7.99
Burton, Milton T. The Devil's Odds (1942: Texas Ranger Virgil Tucker finds himself up against the New Orleans Mafia as they try to take over Galveston's gambling empire) $25.99
Caldwell, Laura Question of Trust (Izzy McNeil #5: PBO; When Izzy's home is broken into right after her boyfriend Theo moves in, she thinks it's coincidence. When he's arrested on fraud charges, she wants to believe he's innocent. But when a neighbor turns up dead in their home, she has to admit that something is very wrong) $7.99
Canadeo, Anne Till Death Do Us Purl (Black Sheep #4: The Black Sheep knitters help a bride-to-be finish knitting her wedding gown, but wedding bouquets are quickly exchanged for funeral wreaths when the groom is killed by an explosion at his family's chemical company. The knitters must unravel the clues before the killer strikes again) $15.00
Carter, Maureen A Question of Despair (Sarah Quinn #1: When a baby is snatched from outside a Birmingham newsagent's, DI Sarah Quinn and TV reporter Caroline King clash head-on in the desperate search to find her. But as the investigation stalls, it becomes clear that the two will have to work together if the police are to have any chance of success) $15.95
Childs, Laura Scones & Bones (Tea Shop #12: At the Heritage Society's pirate-themed soiree, a history intern is killed and an antique diamond skull ring is stolen; tea shop owner Theodosia Browning investigates) $7.99
Childs, Laura Agony of the Leaves (Tea Shop #13: At a party celebrating the opening of Charleston's aquarium, Theodosia's former boyfriend turns up drowned in one of the exhibits. The EMTs think it was an accident, but Theodosia decides to investigate what she's sure is a murder) $25.95
Clark, Marcia Guilt by Association (When a colleague is found dead at a crime scene, Los Angeles DA Rachel Knight takes over his toughest case: the assault of a young woman from a prominent family) $14.99
Coben, Harlan Live Wire (Myron Bolitar #10: Former tennis star Suzze T and her rock star husband Lex have been Myron's clients for years. When Lex disappears, a very pregnant Suzze fears that rumors about the baby's paternity may be the cause, and turns to Myron for help) $9.99
Connolly, Sheila Fire Engine Dead (Nell Pratt #3: PBO; When the Fireman's Museum ironically goes up in flames, Nell discovers that one of the charred pictures isn't the one that was originally exhibited. But getting to the bottom of the mystery is likely to get Nell burned) $7.99
Coonts, Deborah So Damn Lucky (Lucky O'Toole #3: A magician pulls a disappearing act at a Las Vegas resort. Is it a stunt? Or something worse? Lucky chases leads, but someone is trying to put her off the scent) $24.99
Cussler, C/Du Brul, J The Jungle (Oregon Files #8: A devastating weapon unleashed in 13th-century China; a daring rescue in the Afghanistan mountains; a woman gone missing in the jungles of southeast Asia. These events come together to put Juan Cabrillo and his crew on the track of a serious threat to US security) $9.99
Cussler, C/Scott, J The Thief (Isaac Bell #5: A pair of European scientists have a new invention that will revolutionize business and popular culture; Bell must stop an agent intent on stealing it for the Germans) $27.95
D'Amato, Barbara Other Eyes (An international organization that trafficks in drugs sends an enforcer to eliminate a forensic anthropologist who is trying to prove that psilocybin can prevent or cure drug addiction) $15.99
Daly, Elizabeth Somewhere in the House (Henry Gamadge #09: Reissue; Classic reprint; a locked-room mystery) $14.95
Dekker, Ted The Priest's Graveyard (A self-proclaimed avenging angel - a priest who has been killing those who do not abide by religious and statutory laws - crosses paths with a girl seeking vengeance on her protector's murderer) $7.99
Eastland, Sam Archive 17 (Pekkala #3: 1939: Stalin must prepare his country for war. When a rumor comes from the Gulag that a prisoner there knows where the Tsar's gold is buried, Pekkala, a former Tsarist guard turned detective, is sent undercover to the Gulag where he was once imprisoned to learn the truth) $25.00
Ellis, Kate Kissing the Demons (Joe Plantagenet #3: Thirteen Torland Place is a house with a disturbing past. When a student living there is found murdered, DI Joe Plantagenet wonders whether her death has anything to do with its grim history. Then other, similar deaths come to light and he fears that a serial killer is at work) $15.95
Ephron, Hallie Come and Find Me (Diana Banks hasn't stepped outside her home since her husband's accidental death two years ago. But when her sister goes missing, Diana must brave the outside world to find her) $13.99
Evans, Geraldine Deadly Reunion (Rafferty & Llewellyn #14: After a reunion at the Griffin School culminates in the death of a high-profile alumnus, DI Rafferty and Sergeant Llewellyn are called in to unearth the truth behind the school's picturesque facade) $15.95
Evans, Mary Anna Plunder (Faye Longchamp #7: Faye and her husband are researching archaeological sites near the mouth of the Mississippi, hampered by a looming oil slick, and by their toddler underfoot. Their babysitter is unavailable, first because of an injury, and then because her grandmother and uncle have been murdered) $14.95
Fesperman, Dan Lie in the Dark (Vlado Petric #1: Reissue; Chasing murderers in the middle of a civil war might seem absurd, but that is Investigator Petric's job as one of the few homicide detectives left in Sarajevo) $14.00
Fiedler, Chrystle Death Drops (When her aunt is murdered and the valuable recipe for her new age-defying skin cream is stolen, holistic healer Dr. Willow McQuade turns to cop Jackson Spade for help finding the culprit) $15.00
Fielder, Donna Ladykiller (PBO; Nonfiction; a Texas cop kills his wife and tries to cover up the murder) $9.99
Fifield, Christy Murder Buys a T-shirt (Haunted Souvenir Shop #1: PBO; Glory has inherited her uncle's Florida shop, stuffed with collectibles, mementos, and ghosts. Things take an unexpected turn when a local football hero dies suddenly and suspiciously) $7.99
Fluke, Joanne Cinnamon Roll Murder (Hannah Swensen #17: The Cinnamon Roll Six jazz band are headed for Lake Eden when their tour bus overturns near town. The keyboard player's minor injuries turn deadly when someone plunges surgical scissors into his chest) $24.00
Fredrickson, Jack Hunting Sweetie Rose (Dek Elstrom #3: Dek Elstrom is hired by a mysterious man in a limousine to investigate the death of a clown. Was it suicide, or murder? And how was the clown connected to Sweetie Fairbairn, the doyenne of Chicago society?) $25.99
Gardner, Lisa Love You More (D.D. Warren #5: A state trooper claims to have shot her husband in self-defense. As authorities mount a search for the couple's missing child, detective D.D. Warren partners with Bobby Gold to investigate the killing) $7.99
Gaylin, Alison And She Was (When a local woman disappears, missing persons investigator Brenna Spector uncovers bizarre connections between the woman, a long-missing little girl, and her own past) $5.99
Goldman, Joel Final Judgment (Lou Mason #5: PBO; Attorney Lou Mason is defending a client on trial for mail fraud - neither of them knows how a decapitated body ended up in the trunk of the client's car in the courthouse parking lot) $6.99
Goodwin, Jason An Evil Eye (Yashim the Eunuch #4: 1839: What dark secret led the admiral of the Ottoman fleet to defect to the Egyptians? As Yashim unravels his former mentor's curious history, the investigation leads to the sultan's seraglio - where the members of the ladies' orchestra are inexplicably growing ill and dying) $15.00
Greener, Richard The Lacey Confession (Locator #2: When a celebrity begs Walter to locate her nephew, he can't refuse. Walter discovers that others are looking for the man, and are willing to kill for what he has: a written confession by the mastermind behind the JFK assassination) $14.95
Greenwood, Kerry Cooking the Books (Corinna Chapman #6: Corinna accepts an offer from a caterer friend to do the baking for the set of a new soap opera. On the other side of town, a young woman is being unmercifully bullied by her corporate employers - employers who spend a lot of time cooking the books; hc available $24.95) $14.95
Grossman, Paul Children of Wrath (Willi Kraus: 1929: Jewish detective Willi Kraus investigates when floodwaters cause the Berlin sewer system to disgorge a burlap sack - full of children's bones with teeth marks on them, and a Bible with a single phrase circled in red) $25.99
Hale, Rebecca M. Adrift on St. John (In the Islands #1: PBO; When Hannah Sheridan disappears off the island of St. John, the locals point out her resemblance to the Amina Slave Princess of the 1733 slave revolt, whose ghost is believed to haunt the island. Everyone is happy to blame the spirit - except for resort manager Pen Hofstra) $7.99
Harris, C.S. Where Shadows Dance (Sebastian St. Cyr #6: London, 1812: Sebastian's reluctant bride-to-be Hero knows something about the murder of a foreign office diplomat. Sebastian will have to catch the killer to protect Hero - and their unborn child) $7.99
Harris, C.S. When Maidens Mourn (Sebastian St. Cyr #7: When Gabrielle Tennyson is murdered, aristocratic investigator Sebastian St. Cyr and his wife Hero Jarvis find themselves involved in an intrigue concerning the myth of King Arthur, Camelot, and a future poet laureate) $24.95
Hayder, Mo Gone (Jack Caffery #5: The police face a nightmare when they realize an apparent carjacker was actually after the 11-year-old girl in the back seat; DI Jack Caffery and Sgt. Flea Marley race to put the pieces together before the twisted attacker strikes again) $14.00
Hiaasen, Carl Scat (Reissue; YA) $7.99
Higashino, Keigo The Devotion of Suspect X (A man who plotted to cover up the killing of his neighbor's abusive ex-husband matches wits with a police consultant, nicknamed Professor Galileo, who is convinced he was involved) $14.99
Higgins, George V. The Digger's Game (Reissue; Classic hardboiled reprint) $14.95
Higgins, George V. The Rat on Fire (Reissue; Classic hardboiled reprint) $14.95
Hollis, Lee Death of a Kitchen Diva (Hayley Powell #1: PBO; Small town food and wine columnist Hayley Powell finds herself the main suspect when a rival food writer is found dead, face-down in a bowl of Hayley's clam chowder) $7.99
Horowitz, Anthony Scorpia Rising (Alex Rider #9: Kids; Scorpia, the world's most dangerous terrorist organization, is up to no good in the Middle East, and it's up to Alex to stop them) $8.99
Jackson, Lisa Devious (New Orleans #9: Detectives Rick Bentz and Reuben Montoya must stop a serial killer who is targeting nuns) $7.99
Kazinski, A.J. The Last Good Man (Around the world, humanitarians are dying, each with the same strange mark on their back. When the news reaches Copenhagen, veteran detective Niels Bentzon is assigned to find Denmark's 'good people' and warn them. But Bentzon is a man who is trained to see the worst in humanity, and one by one, candidates are crossed off his list. He's about to give up when a brilliant astrophysicist helps him find the pattern to the killings. There are two more to come. They will occur in Venice and Copenhagen. And the time is now) $26.99
Kellerman, Jonathan Victims (Alex Delaware #27: When acid-tongue Vita Berlin is murdered, psychologist Alex Delaware doubts the grisly act was one of revenge, despite the woman's many enemies. LAPD Lt. Milo Sturgis is skeptical, until another body turns up, dispatched identically but with no apparent connection to Vita. Is the killer selecting victims at random?) $28.00
Kelly, Diane Death, Taxes, and a Skinny No-Whip Latte (Tara Holloway #2: PBO; Tara and her IRS partner Eddie are going after a suspected loan shark, whose business associates tend to disappear - and then resurface in body bags) $7.99
Kerr, Philip Field Gray (UK title: Field Grey) (Bernie Gunther #7: 1954: Bernie is in Berlin to greet POWs returning from Germany - and help catch a French war criminal who has been posing as a Wehrmacht officer. But Bernie's past as a POW in Russia is about to catch up with him) $16.00
Lansdale, Joe R. Devil Red (Hap & Leonard #8: A cold-case double murder leads Hap Collins and Leonard Pine to a vampire cult, the Dixie Mafia, and the deadliest assassin they've ever encountered) $14.95
Lawson, Mike The Second Perimeter (alternate title: The Payback) (Joe DeMarco #2: Reissue; When the Secretary of the Navy's nephew tells him that two colleagues at a naval base are committing fraud, he is skeptical and reluctant to start an official investigation. So he asks Speaker of the House John Mahoney to send his fixer Joe DeMarco to check out the situation) $7.99
Lelic, Simon The Child Who (The biggest murder case in southern England lands in the hands of provincial attorney Leo Curtice. 12-year-old Daniel Blake stands accused of murdering an 11-year-old girl. As Curtice sets out to defend the indefensible, he finds himself pitted against an enraged community calling for blood) $15.00
Lutz, Lisa Trail of the Spellmans (Spellmans #5: When parents hire Spellman Investigations to follow their daughter, Rae is assigned to the case, but fakes the surveillance reports. A socialite has Izzy follow her husband, despite a conspicuous lack of suspicion. Then a man hires the firm to follow his sister, who turns out to be the socialite) $25.00
Madison, Ada The Probability of Murder (Professor Sophie Knowles #2: PBO; When the school's beloved librarian is shot to death in the stacks, Sophie learns that her friend was more complex than she ever knew. Now Sophie must do some rigorous deduction before the chances for another campus murder increase exponentially) $7.99
Marcinko, R/DeFelice, J Domino Theory (Rogue Warrior #16: On a trip to India to supervise security arrangements for the Commonwealth Games, Demolition Dick and his team uncover a plot to steal India's nuclear warheads) $9.99
Mariani, Scott The Hope Vendetta (UK title: The Doomsday Prophecy) (Ben Hope #3: Ben has decided to return to his theology studies. A friend asks Ben to find his missing daughter, but Ben declines, and puts his buddy Charlie Palmer on the case. When Charlie runs into trouble, Ben reluctantly joins him) $25.00
Marshall, Michael Killer Move (Bill already has a lot, but he wants much more. He has a plan for super-success. Then one morning he arrives at work to find an anonymous message waiting for him: MODIFIED. And when people around him begin to die, it becomes clear that someone has a very different plan for Bill's future) $7.99
Marston, Edward The Railway Detective Omnibus Vol. 1: The Railway Detective / The Excursion Train / The Railway Viaduct (Robert Colbeck #1 / #2 / #3: Omnibus reprint; 3 Victorian mysteries) $20.00
Martin, Kat Against the Night (Raines #5: PBO; Former army ranger John Riggs is on the trail of a human trafficking ring when exotic dancer Kitty asks for his help finding her missing sister) $7.99
Masello, Robert The Medusa Amulet (Centuries ago, Benvenuto Cellini was considered one of the world's greatest minds. Much of his knowledge was lost - except for rumors of a mirror with amazing powers. It falls to a young scholar to track down the mirror, and reclaim its power) $7.99
McCleary, Carol The Illusion of Murder (Nellie Bly #2: While traveling around the world, attempting to beat the 80 days it took Jules Verne's fictional hero, reporter Nellie Bly witnesses a mysterious death in Port Said, and is targeted by a killer) $7.99
McCoy, Judi Fashion Faux Paw (Dog Walker #6: PBO; Ellie is in charge of the dogs' modeling outfits that match their human models' outfits for a Fashion Week competition. When a designer drops dead of anaphylactic shock, Ellie and her dog Rudy must comb through the victim's rivals and enemies to find the killer) $7.99
McEvoy, C/Olanoff, L Love Me or Else (PBO; Nonfiction; an older woman is charged with the murder of a younger woman she believed to be her competitor for their pastor's attention) $7.99
McKevett, G.A. A Decadent Way to Die (Savannah Reid #16: When the 80-year-old creator of the world-famous Helene doll has several suspicious brushes with death, she hires plus-sized sleuth Savannah Reid to investigate) $7.99
McKinlay, Jenn Due or Die (Library Lover's #2: PBO; When a murder is committed in her hometown of Briar Creek, CT, library director Lindsey Norris must answer the question of who did it before anyone else is checked out for good) $7.99
Meyer, Deon Heart of the Hunter (Reissue; Once an assassin and freedom fighter, in post-apartheid South Africa 'Tiny' Mpayipheli is happily working in a garage. But when he learns that an old friend is being held hostage after taking an incriminating hard drive, Tiny's old training kicks in. As he races to the rendezvous point, he is pursued by several interested and hostile forces - none of whom have a clue what they're up against) $7.99
Miller, Madeline The Song of Achilles (Patroclus, a small, awkward prince, has been exiled to Phthia, to be raised in the shadow of Achilles, child of the king and a goddess. Despite their differences, the boys become steadfast companions as they grow into young men skilled in the arts of war and medicine. When the men of Greece lay siege to Troy, Achilles joins their cause. Fearful for his friend, Patroclus joins him) $25.99
Morrison, Boyd The Vault (Tyler Locke #2: Industrial engineer Tyler Locke races against time to save his father from a terrorist organization bent on unearthing the truth about the fabled touch of King Midas and using it for their own deadly purposes) $7.99
Myers, Amy Classic in the Barn (Jack Colby #1: When Jack glimpses a 1938 Lagonda V12 in a Kentish barn, he has to have a closer look - which brings him face to face with its owner Polly. Is it the car or Polly that captivates his heart? He decides to find out more about both, but his enquiries are cut short when Polly is murdered) $15.95
Nevala-Lee, Alec The Icon Thief (PBO; A controversial masterpiece resurfaces in Budapest. A ballerina's corpse is found beneath the Brighton Beach boardwalk. And New York's Russian Mafiya is about to collide with the equally ruthless art world) $9.99
Ohlsson, Kristina Unwanted (Fredrika Bergman #1: When a little girl was abducted from a crowded train, no one noticed. Apparently by coincidence, her mother had been left behind at the previous station. Inspector Bergman and her team are called in to investigate what looks like a custody dispute, but then the girl turns up dead in northern Sweden, with the word 'unwanted' scribbled on her forehead) $25.00
Pape, Sharon Sketch a Falling Star (Portrait of Crime #3: PBO; While investigating the 'accidental' death of a con artist, Rory finds herself on the verge of solving a cold case: the murder of her ghostly partner Zeke) $7.99
Patterson, J/Rust, N The Gift (Witch & Wizard #2: Kids; After one of their best friends is executed by the ruthless leader of the New Order, teenagers Wisty and Whit Allgood resolve to end the evil regime's occupation and find their missing parents) $7.99
Pavone, Chris The Expats (When her husband is offered a job in Luxembourg, Kate Moore jumps at the chance to leave her own double life behind. But when another American couple arrives, she grows to suspect that they are not who they claim to be. Is her own past catching up with her? Kate begins to dig, and uncovers a mind-boggling long-play con that threatens her family and her life) $26.00
Pendleton, Don (creator) Blind Justice (Executioner #400: PBO; An undercover Seattle cop turns to Bolan after discovering that a US senator and a Russian mob boss are in business together) $5.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Decision Point (SuperBolan #148: PBO; Bolan heads to Singapore on the trail of the Pacific Rim's most vicious human predators) $6.99
Perry, Thomas Poison Flower (Jane Whitefield #7: After Jane spirits James Shelby, a man unjustly convicted of his wife's murder, out of the criminal court building in downtown LA, men posing as cops kidnap her. Her captors work for the real murderer, who believes he won't be safe until Shelby is dead. But Jane is willing to die rather than betray Shelby's location) $24.00
Pintoff, Stefanie Secret of the White Rose (Simon Ziele #3: NYC, 1906: When the judge presiding over a notorious anarchist bomber's trial is murdered on the eve of jury deliberations, criminologist Alistair Sinclair and police detective Simon Ziele investigate) $14.99
Randisi, Robert (ed) Crime Square (Anthology; crime stories set in New York City's Times Square) $15.95
Reed, Mary/Mayer, Eric Nine for the Devil (John the Eunuch #9: 548: Empress Theodora is dead, the victim of cancer. Or so everyone in Constantinople believes, except Emperor Justinian, who orders John to find her murderer or suffer the consequences; hc available $24.95) $14.95
Renner, James The Man from Primrose Lane (In West Akron, Ohio, there lived an elderly recluse who always wore mittens, even in July. He had no friends and no family - and on a summer day, someone murdered him. Four years later, heartbroken by his wife's suicide, true-crime author David Neff decides to investigate the murder) $26.00
Riches, Anthony Fortress of Spears (Empire #3: The new Roman leader takes the legions deep into north Britannia - where the survivors of the rebellion still plot revenge - hoping to capture the Selgovaes' fortress and return it to the hands of a trusted ally. Marcus Aquila is part of the infantry chosen to go - but he is just a few days ahead of the emperor's agents sent to kill him) $11.95
Robb, J.D. New York to Dallas (Eve Dallas #34: Eve's latest case takes her to the city she's named for, and plunges her into the nightmares of her childhood) $7.99
Robotham, Michael Bleed for Me (Joe O'Loughlin #4: Sienna Hegarty turns up at psychologist Joe O'Loughlin's home one night, traumatized and covered in blood. Turns out her father, a retired cop, has been murdered, and the blood is his. But Sienna can't remember what happened) $25.99
Smith, Alexander McCall The Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party (No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency #12: When one of Phuti Radiphuti's apprentices gets a girl pregnant and runs away, it's up to Precious and Grace to help the couple work things out. Also, Mma Ramotswe investigates a case of rural jealousy and cattle poisoning, and once again hunts for her little white van) $14.95
Spindler, Erica Watch Me Die (Suspected of murdering her assistant, with evidence against her mounting, stained glass restoration artist Mira Gallier races to prove that she's not a killer) $7.99
Swanson, Denise Little Shop of Homicide (Dime Store #1: PBO; Dev Sinclair is the new owner of the old-fashioned dime store in her Missouri town. But if she doesn't find the killer of her ex's fiancee, she may find herself serving 25 to life) $7.99
Swierczynski, Duane Point & Shoot (Charlie Hardie #3: Charlie finds himself trapped inside an orbiting satellite, with a year's supply of air, food, and water, and no way to communicate. He must complete his twelve months' duty, or his family will have an 'accident'. He discovers his prison contains the most dangerous secrets in the world - and to make his family safe, he'll have to use those secrets as leverage against his faceless captors) $14.99
Thomson, Keith Twice a Spy (Drummond Clark #2: Charlie and Drummond Clark are in Switzerland, hiding from criminal charges in the US and experimenting with treatments to retrieve Drummond's memory. When NSA operative Alice Rutherford is kidnapped, the Clarks must dodge a formidable CIA officer and his team to get her back) $7.99
Vyleta, Dan Pavel & I (In the winter of 1946-47, decommissioned GI Pavel Richter finds himself at odds with a rogue British army colonel and a Soviet general after a friend deposits the frozen body of a Russian spy in Pavel's Berlin apartment. So begins the race to take possession of the spy's secrets) $16.00
Walker, Shiloh If You Know Her (PBO; Nia Hollister has returned to Kentucky with a mission: find the killer who ended her cousin's life. What she didn't count on was trembling with desire every time she sees Law Reilly) $7.99
White, Randy Wayne Chasing Midnight (Doc Ford #19: At a reception on a private island, the guests are taken captive, with the perps threatening to kill one hostage an hour until their demands are met. But Doc was on a dive when they struck, and they don't know he's on the loose - or what he's capable of; Signed copies expected) $25.95
Whittle, Tina Darker Than Any Shadow (Tai Randolph #2: Tai's best friend is competing for a national poetry slam, and ends up prime suspect when one of the other poets is murdered; hc available $24.95) $14.95
Wilson, F. Paul Aftershock & Others: 16 Oddities (Collection of short suspense and horror fiction, including a Repairman Jack story) $16.99
Wilson, Laura The Innocent Spy (UK title: Stratton's War) (Ted Stratton #1: Ted Stratton is a cop investigating the death of an ordinary middle-aged woman. Diana Calthrop is a society beauty helping MI5 investigate pro-Nazi socialites. Both of them are running up against very peculiar roadblocks. When they start chatting in a London bomb shelter, they decide to collaborate to find ways around the obstacles) $14.95
Winspear, Jacqueline A Lesson in Secrets (Maisie Dobbs #8: 1932: Maisie's undercover assignment monitoring anti-government activities at a private college in Cambridge draws her into the murder investigation of the college's controversial pacifist founder) $14.99

Expected Mid-March

Bell, Ted Phantom (Alex Hawke #7: Counterspy Alex Hawke and his MI6 colleague Ambrose Congreve hunt a diabolical scientist who has developed an artificially intelligent superweapon) $27.99
Blake, Richard The Sword of Damascus (Aelric #4: When he arrives in Damascus just as the Muslim caliphate sweeps up from Arabia to threaten Constantinople, Aelric, who knows the secrets of Greek Fire, has little choice about sharing them with the city's new rulers. Or so they think - for Aelric has not lost any of the cunning and courage that have kept him alive so far) $12.95
Bowen, Rhys Hush Now, Don't You Cry (Molly Murphy #11: Molly's promise to stop sleuthing falls by the wayside when an ambitious New York City alderman is found dead at his Newport estate while Molly and her husband are honeymooning there) $24.99
Box, C.J. Force of Nature (Joe Pickett #12: Trouble arrives from Nate Romanowski's past, and it may be the battle of his life - and Joe's. Nate was in a secret Special Forces unit abroad, and a colleague did something terrible. Now that man is high up in the government, and out to eliminate anyone with knowledge of his wrongdoing; Signed copies expected) $25.95
Campbell, Karen Proof of Life (Anna Cameron #4: When a body is discovered in a Glasgow canal, there's an unexpected link to something Chief Inspector Anna Cameron wants desperately to forget. And with the threat of terrorist attack and growing civil discontent, she realizes that everything she holds dear is in danger) $12.95
Christie, Agatha Death Comes as the End (Reissue; Classic reprint) $12.99
Christie, Agatha Destination Unknown (Reissue; Classic reprint) $12.99
Christie, Agatha The Sittaford Mystery (alternate title: Murder at Hazelmoor) (Reissue; Classic reprint) $12.99
Christie, Agatha The Secret of Chimneys (Superintendent Battles #1: Reissue; Classic reprint) $12.99
Christie, Agatha The Seven Dials Mystery (Superintendent Battles #2: Reissue; Classic reprint) $12.99
Christie, Agatha Why Didn't They Ask Evans? (alternate title: The Boomerang Clue) (Reissue; Classic reprint) $12.99
Clark, Mary Higgins I'll Walk Alone (An interior designer finds herself indicted for identity theft and suspected of the murder of a woman she barely knew - not realizing that she is the target of a vicious plot to destroy her sanity and her life) $7.99
Coben, Harlan Stay Close (A soccer mom who once walked on the wild side, a documentary photographer turned paparazzo, and a detective who can't let go of a cold case will find that the past doesn't recede, as the terrible consequences of long-ago events crash into the present and threaten to ruin lives) $27.95
Conlon, Edward Red on Red (Two NYPD detectives - one drawn to cases of rough urban combat, the other to uncanny cases, suicides, and missing persons - find that their partnership alters their views of each other and the world around them) $15.00
Cookman, Lesley Murder Imperfect (Libby Sarjeant #7: Libby is distracted from the village pantomime by her friend Harry, who asks her to help a friend who has been receiving threatening letters) $10.95
Cookman, Lesley Murder to Music (Libby Sarjeant #8: Libby and her friend Fran are invited to investigate a house that is reputedly haunted. For once, Libby can be as nosy as she likes without ploughing straight into a murder investigation, for the only deaths here occurred over a hundred years ago. But perhaps someone alive today doesn't want Libby to continue?) $10.95
Cookman, Lesley Murder at the Manor (Libby Sarjeant #9: Libby and her partner Ben are hosting a Writers' Weekend at Ben's family home. When a strange body turns up on the grounds of the manor, it seems that more than one of the delegates could have murderous intentions) $10.95
Cumming, Charles The Trinity Six (When academic Sam Gaddis sets out to discover the identity of the sixth man of the Cambridge Spy Ring, people begin dying, MI-6 tries to throw Gaddis off the trail, and he finds himself in the crosshairs of a Russian plot) $14.99
Dickinson, David Death at the Jesus Hospital (Lord Powerscourt #11: When three men are found with their throats cut, all connected in some way to an ancient City of London livery company, Powerscourt has no shortage of suspects or suspicions) $25.00
Draper, Sharon M. The Space Mission Adventure (Clubhouse Mysteries #4: Reissue; Kids; Ziggy and his friends are excited to be going to Space Camp, but what Ziggy really wants is to meet up with aliens. When a mysterious shiny stone appears, Ziggy wonders if his dream has just come true) $4.99
Edwardson, Ake Sail of Stone (Erik Winter #6: A missing man might have gone to Scotland in search of his father, presumed to have died in WWII; Chief Inspector Erik Winter sets off for Scotland in search of the truth. Meanwhile, detective Aneta Djanali searches Gothenburg for an abused wife, and receives threats from someone who clearly doesn't want the woman found) $15.00
Faye, Lyndsay The Gods of Gotham (1845: Timothy Wilde is a member of the brand-new NYC PD, his beat at the edge of the world's most notorious slum. As he's making his rounds one night, he finds a young girl covered in blood, who claims that dozens of bodies are buried in the forest north of 23rd Street) $25.95
Geraghty, Tony Black Ops: The Rise of Special Forces in the CIA, the SAS, and Mossad (Nonfiction; the evolution of unorthodox soldiers who work outside of traditional military forces) $17.95
Halliday, Gemma Play Nice (Anna faked her death to escape life as an assassin. She's haunted by her past. Now her enemies have sent hired gun Nick after her. He's ready to pull the trigger when someone else beats him to the punch - and misses. Who hired the second hit? Nick and Anna find themselves embroiled in a web of deceit - and desire) $24.99
Henry, April Girl, Stolen (YA; 16-year-old Cheyenne is sleeping in the back of her mom's car when it's stolen. The thief hadn't meant to kidnap her, but her dad is president of a corporation, so ransom is demanded. Blind, and sick with pneumonia, Cheyenne must outwit her captors to survive) $9.99
Marsh, Ngaio Death in Ecstasy (Roderick Alleyn #4: Classic reprint) $14.95
Marsh, Ngaio Vintage Murder (Roderick Alleyn #5: Classic reprint) $14.95
Nakamura, Fuminori The Thief (The Thief is a seasoned pickpocket whose past catches up with him when his original partner offers him an easy job: tie up an old man and steal the contents of his safe. Not until the next day does the Thief learn that the old man was a prominent politician, and that he was brutally killed after the theft) $23.00
O'Donovan, Gerard Dublin Dead (Mike Mulcahy #2: DI Mulcahy spots a possible link between the murder of a Dublin gangster in Spain and a shipment of cocaine abandoned off the coast of Ireland, putting him on the trail of an international drugs gang - and a remorseless killer) $26.00
Parks, Brad The Girl Next Door (Carter Ross #3: Planning to do a story about a woman killed by a hit-and-run while delivering newspapers, Ross heads to her wake to gather anecdotes, only to learn that the victim's sister thinks the death was murder) $24.99
Pittman, Joseph California Scheming (Todd Gleason #2: Craig's old flame Cindy wants Craig to locate her missing husband Patrick. Turns out Patrick is on the run from his own corrupt boss, hoping to cover the fortune he owes by locating the never-recovered loot from a series of LA bank robberies) $14.95
Rendell, Ruth Tigerlily's Orchids (When Stuart decides to throw a party in his new flat, he invites everyone in his building. The party will be remembered - but not in a good way. Living opposite is a young, beautiful, reclusive Asian woman. She emerges to exert a terrible spell on Stuart and his guests) $15.00
Rollins, James Deep Fathom (HC reprint of PB original) $22.99
Seil, William The Titanic Tragedy (Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Reissue; 1912: Holmes and Watson board the Titanic , where Holmes is to carry out a secret government mission. Soon after departure, highly important submarine plans for the US Navy are stolen) $9.95
Skidmore, Chris Death and the Virgin Queen (Nonfiction; historian Skidmore uses recently discovered forensic evidence from the original 1560 investigation to examine the death of Amy Robsart, wife of Queen Elizabeth I's favorite, Robert Dudley) $16.99
Smith, Helen Alison Wonderland (After Alison discovers that her husband is cheating on her, she does what any self-respecting woman would do - spray-paints a nasty message for him on her wedding dress, and takes a job with the all-female London detective firm that found him out) $13.95
Steinhauer, Olen An American Spy (Milo Weaver #2: Weaver is unwillingly drawn into his CIA bosses' plans for revenge against a Chinese mole who orchestrated the death of 33 CIA-trained assassins) $25.99
Thompson, James Helsinki White (Kari Vaara #3: Vaara is picked to run a black ops unit, robbing Helsinki's mobsters of their cash, drugs, and firearms. But the team is too good, and their actions have unintended consequences. Then a prominent immigrants' rights advocate is assassinated, and Vaara is assigned to the murder) $25.95
Tolkien, Simon The King of Diamonds (Inspector Trave #2: 1960: The obvious culprit in a woman's murder is her ex-boyfriend, who has just escaped from prison; while heading the manhunt, Trave's suspicions lead him in another direction) $14.99
Updale, Eleanor Johnny Swanson (Kids; 11-year-old Johnny Swanson is raking in money with his advertising scams and his advice column. But his money-making schemes got him in too deep with the wrong people, and now his mother is in danger. Johnny will have to assume another role: undercover detective!) $7.99
Vachss, Andrew That's How I Roll (After pleading guilty to a series of homicides, Esau Till sits on death row writing his life story, his one last chance to protect his brother Tory after he's gone. And when it comes to protecting his baby brother, Esau Till is a man without boundaries) $25.95
Willis, Sam The Fighting Temeraire (Nonfiction; the history of the illustrious fighting ship that inspired artist J.M.W. Turner's masterpiece, spanning the heyday of the age of sail, including both the Seven Years' War and the Napoleonic Wars) $15.95

Expected Early April

Albert, Susan Wittig Mourning Gloria (China Bayles #19: China stumbles upon the scene of an arson homicide; when the intern reporter covering the story disappears, China is determined to find her before she becomes a headline herself. Includes recipes) $7.99
Allan, Barbara Antiques Knock-Off (Trash 'n' Treasures #5: When her mom decides to protect someone by confessing to a murder, Brandy goes digging for clues, and uncovers a scandal involving questionable antiques and family secrets) $7.99
Alt, Madelyn Home for a Spell (Bewitching #7: Apartment-hunting turns complicated when the manager turns up dead before Maggie can sign the lease, sending her on the trail of a clever killer) $7.99
Babson, Marian No Cooperation from the Cat (Aging actresses Trixie and Evangeline have been sharing their kitchen with Trixie's daughter Martha, who is testing recipes for a cookbook. Then a strange man bursts into the house, and they learn that the woman who originally worked on the cookbook died after eating one of the recipes. Japanese bobtail cat Cho-Cho-San joins in as Trixie and Evangeline become entangled in the mystery) $24.99
Bailey, Elizabeth The Deathly Portent (Lady Fan #2: PBO; When a Witherley villager is murdered, Ottilia uncovers a raft of suspects with grudges against the dead man - one of whom is determined to incriminate a young woman believed to be a witch) $15.00
Barclay, Linwood The Accident (When his wife dies in a drunk-driving accident she caused, Glen Carver is left with a daughter to raise and a lot of questions. Because his wife wasn't a drinker, and she wasn't supposed to be on the road when she died) $9.99
Bass, Jefferson The Bone Yard (Body Farm #6: Unidentified remains found in rural Florida lead Dr. Brockton's team to a series of shallow graves at a defunct reform school - and to skeletons in some very prominent closets) $7.99
Belle, Josie 50% Off Murder (Good Buy Girls #1: PBO; Claire Freemont has been behaving strangely. When Maggie Gerber goes to visit her at the library, she finds the body of a dead man, who turns out to be someone from Claire's past. As their Virginia town's new sheriff zeroes in on Claire, it's up to Maggie and her bargain-hunting friends to track down a killer) $7.99
Bishop, Claudia Dread on Arrival (Hemlock Falls #17: PBO; The rivalry between two employees of antique-collecting TV shows heats up when they come to Hemlock Falls to have it out in a cooking contest. Inn owners Meg and Sarah will need to use their expertise at appraising motives for murder when one of the competitors keels over on camera) $7.99
Black, Benjamin A Death in Summer (Quirke #4: When a newspaper tycoon is discovered with his head blown off by a shotgun blast, is it murder or suicide? DI Hackett calls in his old friend Quirke, who has unusual access to Dublin's elite) $15.00
Blum, Howard The Floor of Heaven (Nonfiction; sent to Alaska to solve a gold-mine robbery, a Pinkerton agent befriends the man whose discovery of history's richest gold deposit then sets off the 1896 gold rush, making him the richest man in Alaska - and the target of a notorious con man) $16.00
Booth, Faye L. Trades of the Flesh (Reissue; London, 1888: A young prostitute teams up with a young surgeon, first as a model for his pornographic photography sideline, and then as his assistant in procuring corpses for medical experimentation) $7.99
Brown, Rita&Sneaky Pie The Big Cat Nap (Mrs. Murphy #20: Inexplicable car accidents are being attributed to driver error, but Harry suspects that something is amiss, and begins to investigate, aided by her intrepid team of feline, canine, and equine helpers) $26.00
Burke, James Lee Feast Day of Fools (Hackberry Holland #3: As sheriff Hack Holland and deputy Pam Tibbs look for the bandits who tortured a man to death in the desert, it becomes clear that serial murderer Preacher Jack Collins is also back in the area) $15.00
Casey, Elizabeth Lynn Reap What You Sew (Southern Sewing Circle #6: PBO; A movie is filming in Sweet Briar, and Tori is cast as an extra. When the leading actress is murdered and suspicion falls on a member of the sewing circle, Tori must catch the killer) $7.99
Castillo, Linda Breaking Silence (Kate Burkholder #3: Three adult members of an Amish family are dead, apparently from accidental asphyxiation. But autopsy uncovers evidence of foul play. Is there a connection to a recent string of hate crimes against the Amish? Or was the killing personal?) $14.99
Cavender, Chris A Pizza to Die For (Pizza Lovers #3: Eleanor and Maddy are suspects when an unpleasant rival with a wealthy backer opens up a pizzeria just down the promenade, then turns up dead) $7.99
Chase, Erika A Killer Read (Ashton Corners #1: PBO; For the first meeting of their mystery book club, members gather at Molly's old southern mansion. The meeting becomes the scene of an actual murder when a stranger is shot. Who is the victim? And how did Molly's antique gun become the murder weapon?) $7.99
Child, Lee The Affair (Jack Reacher Prequel: Before he started walking and became a vigilante, there was a last case, a breaking point, a twist in Reacher's life that he never saw coming) $9.99
Child, Lee Hotwire (Maggie O'Dell #9: The investigation into the deaths of three teenagers leads FBI agent Maggie O'Dell into the middle of a conspiracy involving biological warfare) $7.99
Child, Lee (ed) Mystery Writers of America Presents Vengeance (Anthology; original stories about crimes and those who avenge them) $25.99
Clark, Carol Higgins Mobbed (Regan Reilly #14: A case takes PI Regan Reilly and her cop husband to the Jersey Shore, where she runs into some old acquaintances. One of them she almost doesn't recognize - turns out there's more than a good reason for that) $7.99
Clark, Carol Higgins Gypped (Regan Reilly #15: In LA while Jack attends a conference, Regan is contacted by Zelda, an old friend who suspects she is being gypped by her business manager. Regan and Jack look into Zelda's business deals, and uncover a scam) $25.00
Clark, Mary Higgins The Lost Years (A Biblical scholar finds a parchment, stolen from the Vatican library in the 15th century, that might be a letter written by Jesus Christ. When he's found shot to death in his New Jersey home, his wife is hiding in the closet, incoherent and clutching the murder weapon. The police suspect her, but the couple's daughter believes her father's death is tied to the parchment, now missing) $26.99
Cleland, Jane K. Dolled Up for Murder (Josie Prescott Antiques #7: Josie has acquired a stellar doll collection, but after she shows it to a potential customer, the woman is shot and killed, and Josie's employee Eric is kidnapped. The ransom demand is simple - the doll collection. Josie discovers the dolls hold secrets that will save Eric and uncover the truth behind the murder) $24.99
Conant, Susan Brute Strength (Dog Lovers #19: Lately, it seems wherever Dog's Life columnist Holly Winter turns, things go wrong: an anonymous call turns vicious, her husband is keeping secrets, and acquaintances are dying under mysterious circumstances. Then Holly's own life is threatened. Can the brute strength of her beloved malamutes Rowdy, Kimi, and Sammy protect her?) $15.95
Crum, Laura Barnstorming (Gail McCarthy #12: PBO; Gail has turned 50, and is considering resuming her career as a horse veterinarian. Then she embarks on a solitary ride and finds a fellow equestrian shot dead. Gail's friend Jeri Ward heads up the investigation, and Gail is drawn into the escalating chain of events when a second rider is murdered) $14.95
Dorgan, B/Hagberg, D Blowout (The US President has created the Dakota District Initiative, a top-secret research team working to produce clean energy from coal. After powerful enemies order a brutal assault on the experimental power station, a war-hero sheriff and a brash journalist search for the attackers) $25.99
Doudera, Vicki Deadly Offer (Darby Farr #3: When her assistant's sister Selena dies suddenly, Darby travels to Selena's vineyard estate, where she discovers that Selena was entertaining offers from three overeager prospective buyers - and that the death was no accident) $14.95
Epperson, Tom Sailor (Gina turned in her mobster husband Joey. Now Joey's father wants revenge - and his grandson. Gina takes her son and runs to LA. There they meet Gray, who says he's a sailor, but seems to be hiding a lot. And soon he's the only thing standing between Gina and the grave) $24.99
Ferenc, Mate Sea of Lost Dreams (Dugger & Nello #2: 1921: Ne'er-do-well captain Dugger and his sardonic friend Nello set sail for Tahiti with two passengers, an escapee from an Irish convent looking for her twin brother, and a French spy dispatched to find the leader of an anti-colonial rebellion) $14.95
Fowler, Christopher The Memory of Blood (Bryant & May Peculiar Crimes Unit #9: A seemingly impossible locked-room murder at a theatrical cast party sends the PCU delving into the history of the London theater and the disturbing origins of Punch and Judy, as the detectives race to find a maniacal killer before he reaches his even deadlier final act) $25.00
Gibb, David A. Camouflaged Killer (Nonfiction; a trusted member of the Canadian Air Force turns out to be a rapist and murderer) $9.99
Gibbon, Lewis Grassic Spartacus (Reissue; Classic reprint. The gladiator Spartacus leads a slave revolt against the Romans in 73 BC) $14.95
Golightly, Walton AmaZulu (Southeast Africa, 1818: On the summit of a low hill, encircled by a foe six times their number, 1500 men armed with cowhide shields and short stabbing spears sit and wait. A man surveys the troops. He is Shaka, his men are Zulu - the best-trained foot soldiers in Africa - and the coming battle will write the opening chapter of their empire) $9.99
Grace, Margaret Mix-up in Miniature (Miniature #6: PBO; Gerry is thrilled to meet bestselling author and miniatures enthusiast Varena Young. When Young is suddenly murdered, and Gerry is left to investigate the crime, she and her 11-year-old granddaughter delve for information on Young's mysterious past, and find a clue to her murder in a secret room - of a dollhouse) $15.95
Gray, Alex The Riverman (Lorimer #4: When a man's body is fished out of the river the morning after an office celebration, it looks like an accident. An anonymous phone call and a toxicology test, however, give Glasgow DCI Lorimer reason to think otherwise) $8.99
Gregory, Susanna The Body in the Thames (Thomas Chaloner #6: 1664: A delegation from the Netherlands is in London in a last-ditch attempt to secure peace between the two nations. When his former brother-in-law is found in the Thames, Chaloner discovers the dead man left clues to a motive for his murder. Was he involved in a plot to steal the crown jewels, or did he fall foul of someone who wants the peace talks to fail?) $13.95
Haddam, Jane Blood in the Water (Gregor Demarkian #27: A pool-house fire in a gated Philadelphia suburb yields two bodies, presumed to be a wealthy man's wife and her lover. But DNA shows both bodies are male. With the wife nowhere to be found, the police turn to ex-FBI agent Demarkian for help) $25.99
Haines, Carolyn Bones of a Feather (Sarah Booth Delaney #11: PI Sarah Booth Delaney's hunt for a missing diamond necklace turns complicated when one of her clients disappears, and the kidnappers demand the necklace's insurance money as ransom) $7.99
Hall, Patricia Dead Beat (Kate O'Donnell #1: 1960s: When photographer Kate O'Donnell takes off for London from swinging Liverpool she has two things in mind: to make a career, and to track down her missing brother. But when she does find a trace of him, he's still missing - leaving behind a dead flatmate and some very suspicious cops) $15.95
Hart, Carolyn Dead by Midnight (Death on Demand #21: A recent death appears to be suicide, but Annie suspects murder. To trap the killer, she must unravel the mysteries of a towel hidden in a gazebo, no fingerprints on a crystal mug, blood on a shirt, and a lovers' tryst) $7.99
Hart, Carolyn Death Comes Silently (Death on Demand #22: While hosting a book signing by a popular local writer, Annie gets several voice mails from Gretchen Burkholt, who has scandalous news she's eager to share. When Annie goes to see her, she finds Gretchen dead, with an ax by her side) $24.95
Hart, John Iron House (Twenty years ago, a pair of orphaned brothers were separated when Michael fled a murder accusation, eventually becoming an enforcer for an organized crime syndicate. Then he met Elena, and decided to leave that life behind. He takes her back to North Carolina, and his brother Julian. There he faces a thicket of deceit and violence that leads inexorably back to the orphanage he fled so long ago) $14.99
Hayes, Jonathan A Hard Death (Edward Jenner #2: When an anonymous call leads medical examiner Edward Jenner to four men hanged in the Everglades, he finds traces of a shadowy conspiracy, and learns he can trust no one) $7.99
Hiassen, Carl Chomp (Kids; When his animal-wrangler dad takes a job with reality TV show Expedition Survival! , Wahoo figures he'll also have to do some wrangling - to keep his unpredictable father from killing the show's boneheaded star, and to help Tuna hide from her abusive father. They've only been in the Everglades for a day when the star gets bitten by a bat and goes missing in a storm. Search parties head out and promptly get lost themselves. Then Tuna's dad shows up with a gun) $16.99
Hoeg, Peter Smilla's Sense of Snow (Reissue; Edgar Award finalist. When caustic Smilla Jaspersen discovers that her neighbor - a neglected 6-year-old boy who is possibly her only friend - has died falling off a roof, a peculiar intuition tells her it was murder) $17.00
Hurley, Graham Borrowed Light (Joe Faraday #11: Badly injured on holiday, DI Joe Faraday is dragged back to work early when a suspicious fire kills four; ex-cop Paul Winter has growing doubts about life as a criminal) $14.95
Hurwitz, Gregg You're Next (Shady characters are threatening Mike Wingate, and the police seem more interested in Mike's past - which he doesn't remember - than in protecting him. So Mike turns to Shep, his only friend from his days in foster care. Together they will do whatever it takes to protect Mike's family) $9.99
Jardine, Quintin As Easy as Murder (Primavera Blackstone #3: Shirley's new man, Patterson Cowling, seems to be a trouble magnet. A casual thief tries to pick his pocket and is found a few days later with his face blown off. Coincidence, or does Cowling have a past to protect? As the body count rises, can Primavera save the day?) $24.95
Johnston, Linda O. Hounds Abound (Pet Rescue #3: PBO; Mixed up in a murder that may close a much-needed new animal shelter, Lauren has to keep herself and her rescued critters safe from a killer) $7.99
Kadare, Ismail Spring Flowers, Spring Frost (Reissue; In a small town at the foot of the northern highlands in Albania, a decade after the fall of the Communist regime, the harsh blood-for-blood law of the Kanun mountain folk is emerging from hibernation, like everything else that was forbidden under Communist rule. Mysterious happenings that are two thousand years old, two centuries old, or even just two years old reemerge in daily life) $14.95
Kaplan, Andrew Scorpion Betrayal (When the head of Egypt's State Internal Security is brutally murdered in a Cairo cafe, his assailant a faceless killer known only as the Palestinian, the CIA turns to a former Company operative code-named Scorpion) $9.99
Knowles, Mike The Wilson Mystery Omnibus: Darwin's Nightmare / Grinder / In Plain Sight (Wilson #1 / #2 / #3: Omnibus; the first three adventures of enigmatic gunman Wilson) $12.95
Lackberg, Camilla The Preacher (Patrik Hedstrom #2: The remains of two young campers who disappeared 20 years ago are found alongside those of a new victim, sending a tiny Swedish town into shock. When a second girl goes missing, local detective Patrik Hedstrom searches for clues among the dark secrets of a clan of misfits, religious fanatics, and criminals) $7.99
Lansdale, Joe R. Edge of Dark Water (May Lynn once dreamed of becoming a Hollywood star. Now she's dead. Sue Ellen, May Lynn's strong-willed teenage friend, sets out to dig up May Lynn's body, burn it to ash, and take those ashes to Hollywood to spread around. Only problem is, Sue Ellen has some stolen money that her enemies will do anything to get back) $25.99
Lapidus, Jens Easy Money (As three men attempt to carve out niches in coke dealing and organized crime, they find that both the Stockholm police and the local gangs are closing in on them) $26.95
Laukkanen, Owen The Professionals (Stevens & Windermere #1: In a terrible job market, four friends joke about turning to kidnapping to survive - then it's no joke. For two years, their strategy works beautifully. Until they kidnap the wrong man. Now they've got veteran investigator Kirk Stevens and FBI hotshot Carla Windermere after them - and an organized crime outfit looking for payback; Signed copies expected) $25.95
Lee, Amanda The Long Stitch Goodnight (Seven Year Stitch #4: PBO; When handsome local brewer Todd is accused of murder, the murder weapon has fingerprints from both Todd and his friend Blake - and neither is talking about what happened. Marcy is determined to prove that Todd is not the culprit) $7.99
Leon, Donna Drawing Conclusions (Brunetti #20: Commissario Guido Brunetti is called to investigate the death of a widow in her modest Venice apartment. Despite some signs of a struggle, the medical examiner rules that she died of a heart attack, but Brunetti can't shake the feeling that someone, or something, may have triggered it) $15.00
Leon, Donna Beastly Things (Brunetti #21: The body of a man is found in a canal, damaged by tides, carrying no wallet, and wearing only one shoe. Commissario Guido Brunetti has little to work with: no locals have been reported missing, and no hotel guests have disappeared. The only clue comes from the autopsy: the man suffered from a rare disease) $25.00
Leon, Donna Venetian Curiosities (Nonfiction; Leon recounts some of Venice's most intriguing legends, and offers insights into Venetian customs past and present. Illustrated, and includes a CD of music by Antonio Vivaldi, with tracks for each section of the book) $25.00
Leotta, Allison Law of Attraction (When a battered woman lies on the witness stand to free her boyfriend, then turns up dead on a trash heap, Assistant US Attorney Anna Curtis is determined to bring the killer to justice) $7.99
Lutz, L/Hayward, D Heads You Lose (A pair of pot-growing siblings become sleuths when a headless corpse appears on their northern California property. When collaborators Lutz and Hayward disagree about how the story should unfold, the body count rises, victims and suspects develop surprising characteristics, and sibling rivalry reaches homicidal intensity) $15.00
MacBride, Stuart Shatter the Bones (Logan McRae #7: When Aberdeen's own mother-daughter singing sensations, competitors in a reality TV show, are kidnapped, the public react with grief and rage, and the media demand action. But DS Logan McRae and his colleagues have no forensic evidence, and the investigation is going nowhere) $19.95
MacNeal, Susan Elia Mr. Churchill's Secretary (London, 1940: Maggie graduated at the top of her college class, but her gender qualifies her only to be the newest typist at No. 10 Downing Street. With a gift for codebreaking and access to the War Rooms, Maggie discovers the machinations of a menacing faction determined to do whatever it takes to change the course of history. Ensnared in a web of spies, murder, and intrigue, Maggie's wits are all that stand between an assassin and Churchill himself) $15.00
Mankell, Henning The Troubled Man (Wallander #9: When his daughter's father-in-law, a retired naval officer, disappears during a walk in a forest near Stockholm, detective Kurt Wallander investigates unofficially, and uncovers information that hints at elaborate Cold War espionage) $15.00
McGreevy, Brian Hemlock Grove (When a girl's mangled body is found in the woods, some suspect an escapee from a biotech facility believed to be performing unethical experiments. Others suspect Peter, a teenager who claims he's a werewolf. Or maybe it's arrogant rich kid Roman. Peter and Roman decide to hunt for the killer themselves. Along the way they uncover local secrets and designs that are much bigger than a small-town murder) $15.00
McKenna, Shannon Tasting Fear (PBO; When their adored foster mother is murdered, the D'Onofrio sisters come together to hunt for her killer. The law can only do so much, and the three are on their own - until three mysterious men get involved) $7.99
Mills, Mark House of the Hunted (French Riviera, 1935: Former British intelligence operative Tom Nash lives quietly, seeking only peace. When an unknown hit man tries to kill him in his sleep, Tom is sure that somebody knows his secrets. He suspects everyone of double-dealing, and as he plunges further into his haunted past, he feels himself turning into the person he used to be - a dangerous man, capable of anything) $26.00
Mitzner, Adam A Conflict of Interest (Lawyer Alex Miller takes on the defense of an old family friend accused of crimes involving hundreds of millions of dollars, and uncovers secrets that make him wonder whether any of the people in his life are who they appear to be) $7.99
Morrow, Bradford The Diviner's Tale (Hired by a developer to dowse a lonely valley, Cassandra happens upon a girl hanged from a tree, but when she returns with the authorities, the body has vanished. The next day, a dazed, mute girl emerges from the woods, alive and giving credence to Cassandra's terrifying vision. Increasingly bizarre divinations ensue, leading to a past she'd thought was behind her, and a real-life killer who has returned to haunt her once more) $14.95
Narea, H.T. The Fund (A Middle Eastern hedge fund investor plots to destroy Wall Street and the West using financial terrorism) $9.99
Nickson, Chris Cold Cruel Winter (Richard Nottingham #2: 1732: Richard Nottingham, Constable of Leeds, investigates when the body of wealthy wool merchant Samuel Graves is discovered, his throat slit, the skin razed from his back. Why would the killer want Graves' skin?) $15.95
Norman, Michael Skeleton Picnic (J.D. Books #2: When experienced pot hunters don't return from a weekend trip, sheriff Charley Sutter turns to BLM ranger J.D. Books for help. The trail leads into a remote part of the Utah wilderness) $14.95
O'Brien, Kevin Terrified (PBO; Years ago, pregnant Megan Keeler disappeared to escape her sadistic husband Glenn, who was then convicted of her murder. Now someone is sending her anonymous threats, Glenn has been released from prison - and someone has just abducted her son) $7.99
Parker, Robert B. Sixkill (Spenser #39: Boston PD asks Spenser to investigate when a bad-boy actor is accused of a rape/murder. Spenser forges an unlikely alliance, acting as mentor to the actor's young bodyguard, Sixkill. As the case grows darker and secrets come to light, it's Spenser and Sixkill who must put things right) $9.99
Patterson, J/Ellis, D Guilty Wives (A dream trip to a luxurious Monte Carlo resort for four days of pampering becomes a nightmare when Abbie and her three best friends are framed for a double murder. Who wants them locked away for life?) $27.99
Patterson, J/Ledwidge, M Now You See Her (Nina would do anything to protect the life she's built in New York - including lying about her past. But when an innocent man is framed for murder, she must go back to Florida and confront the murderous evil she fled 18 years ago) $14.99
Patterson, J/Marklund, L Postcard Killers (After his daughter and her boyfriend are murdered in Rome - one of several young couples killed in European cities - an NYPD detective teams up with a Swedish reporter to track down the killers) $9.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Jungle Hunt (Executioner #401: PBO; Bolan heads for the jungle to stop a series of village massacres along the Ecuadorian border) $5.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Terror Trail (Stony Man #118: PBO; Stony Man goes after an extremist group planning to bring all-out destruction to US malls, schools, and streets) $6.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Road of Bones (SuperBolan #149: PBO; Bolan heads to Russia on a high-priority search and rescue mission) $6.99
Perry, Anne Dorchester Terrace (Thomas Pitt #27: Rumors reach Thomas Pitt of a plot to blow up connections on the Dover to London rail line, on which Austrian duke Alois Habsburg is soon to travel to visit his royal English kin. Why would anyone destroy an entire train to kill one obscure Austrian royal? Or are the rumors designed to distract Pitt from an even more devastating plot?) $26.00
Rollins, James The Devil Colony (SIGMA Force #7: When his cousin is murdered in a ritualistic massacre, SIGMA director Painter Crowe's quest for answers will lay bare secrets hidden since the founding of America) $9.99
Ross, Ann B. Miss Julia Rocks the Cradle (Miss Julia #12: Miss Julia has promised her husband she will mind her own business. But when a dead body is found six blocks from her house, who else can figure out why Thurlow Jones is trying to cast suspicion on someone who is certainly innocent?) $15.00
Ross, Ann B. Miss Julia to the Rescue (Miss Julia #13: Hazel Marie's new husband has gone missing on his latest PI job, and police in West Virginia have detained an injured man fitting his description. Now it's up to Miss Julia and Etta Mae to free him before he cusses himself into a jail cell) $25.95
Sallis, James Driven (Driver #2: Short novel. Seven years have passed. Driver has left the old life, becoming successful businessman Paul West. Until the day he and his fiancee are attacked, and his fiancee is killed. He sinks back into anonymity, but finds that his past stalks him and will not stop; hc available $19.95) $11.95
Santora, Nick Slip and Fall (Lawyer Robert Principe needs money fast, so he approaches his wiseguy cousin with a way for the Mob to make money, and Robert to make a few quick bucks. He thinks it'll be a one-time thing, but it works too well. Money flows, violence escalates, and Robert learns that getting out of a deal with the Mafia isn't easy) $13.99
Scott, Cathy The Millionaire's Wife (PBO; Nonfiction; a wealthy man's estranged wife is eventually charged with arranging to have him killed) $7.99
Shields, Kieran The Truth of All Things (1892: When a prostitute in Portland, Maine, is murdered by a method traditionally used to kill witches, deputy marshal Archie Lean enlists the help of a historian and an unconventional criminalist. Together they pursue the killer's trail through postmortems and opium dens, into the spiritualist societies and lunatic asylums of New England) $25.00
Sigurdardottir, Yrsa Ashes to Dust (Thora Gudmundsdottir #3: Attorney Thora Gudmundsdottir is hired to defend a man accused of murdering his childhood sweetheart. When bodies are discovered at a volcanic tourist attraction, her client has a most inventive tale to tell, but the locals seem oddly reluctant to back him up) $14.99
Silverberg, Robert Blood on the Mink (Reissue; Somewhere in Philadelphia, a master engraver is turning out brilliant forgeries of US currency plates for an organized crime gang. How can the government get close enough to bring down the criminal enterprise from the inside?) $9.95
Slan, Joanna Campbell Ready, Scrap, Shoot (Kiki Lowenstein #5: In the midst of the May Day celebration, a sniper fires into the crowd, killing wealthy Edwina Fitzgerald. But was the intended target Kiki?) $14.95
Smith, Alexander McCall The Limpopo Academy of Private Detection (No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency #13: The best apprentice at Speedy Motors is in trouble with the law and stuck with the worst lawyer in Gaborone. Grace Makutsi and Phuti Radiphuti are building the house of their dreams, but their builder is not completely on the up and up. And Mma Potokwane has been dismissed from her post as matron at the orphan farm. Can the No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency help restore the beloved matron to her rightful position?) $24.95
Smith, Alexander McCall The Great Cake Mystery (Young Precious Ramotswe #1: Kids; When a piece of cake goes missing, a traditionally built boy is tagged as the culprit. Precious is unconvinced, and sets out to uncover the truth behind the thefts that are causing so much trouble at the school playground) $6.99
St. James, Dorothy The Scarlet Pepper (White House Gardener #2: PBO; When someone starts tampering with the presidential organic vegetable garden, embarrassing the First Lady, and an investigative reporter turns up dead, gardener Casey Calhoun realizes that the next thing buried in the dirt just might be her) $7.99
Stack, John Master of Rome (Masters of the Sea #3: After narrowly escaping first the Carthaginians and then a terrible storm, young Greek captain Atticus and his crew are among the few survivors to reach Rome. Being the messenger of the legions' terrible defeat by Carthage brings Atticus into political troubles that make him wonder if he really wants to be a Roman) $12.95
Sweeney, Leann The Cat, the Wife and the Weapon (Cats in Trouble #4: PBO; When Jillian returns to her lake house, she learns that her friend Tom is missing, and his estranged brother has moved into Tom's house - and allowed Tom's diabetic cat to stray. When Tom's car turns up wrecked, with a dead stranger inside, Jillian is determined to find out what has happened to Tom) $7.99
Trow, M.J. Dark Entry (Kit Marlowe #1: Cambridge, 1583: Kit Marlowe spends his days studying and his nights carousing with friends. When one of them is discovered lying dead, mouth open in a silent scream, Marlowe refuses to accept the official verdict of suicide, and sets out to prove his friend was murdered) $15.95
Whellams, David Walking into the Ocean (Peter Cammon #1: Scotland Yard send Chief Inspector Peter Cammon to the Jurassic Coast to solve a seemingly ordinary domestic crime, but a broader series of murders has been unfolding along the cliffs. The overlapping cases take Cammon from London, Dorset, and Devon to the island of Malta) $14.95
Wilhelm, Kate Death of an Artist (When Stef, a brilliant artist who refuses to sell her work, turns up dead in her Oregon studio, her estranged husband shows up with a contract granting him the right to sell her work. Convinced that Stef was murdered for the artwork, her mother and daughter are determined to thwart him) $24.99
Winslow, Don Satori (Prequel to Shibumi by Trevanian. 1951: Nicholai Hel has the skills to be the world's most formidable assassin. After three years in captivity, the Americans offer him freedom in exchange for a service: go to Beijing and kill the Soviet Union's Commissioner to China) $14.99
Winspear, Jacqueline Elegy for Eddie (Maisie Dobbs #9: 1933: The costermongers of Covent Garden knew Eddie Pettit as a gentle soul with a gift for calming horses, and are shocked by his death in a violent accident. They believe he was the victim of foul play, but the police won't investigate. Maisie's search for answers leads to a powerful press baron, a has-been politician named Winston Churchill, and a writer who is also the husband of her dear friend Priscilla; Signed copies expected) $25.99
Wood, Simon Did Not Finish (Aidy Westlake #1: When Derek Deacon threatens to kill Alex Fanning, his championship rival, rookie driver Aidy Westlake doesn't put much stock in it. But when Fanning dies after making contact with Deacon's car during a race, the TV coverage is edited and the police wind up the investigation without interviewing witnesses. Aidy feels compelled to prove Deacon is the murderer) $15.95
Woods, Stuart Son of Stone (Stone Barrington #21: Back in New York, Stone's looking to stay close to home and cash in on his partnership at Woodman & Weld, but his former love Arrington Calder has other plans, including introducing him to the child he fathered years ago) $9.99
Wright, Edward From Blood (After the horrific murder of her parents, both respected academics, Shannon Fairchild learns that they were part of the radical anti-war movement of the 1960s, and comes to suspect that the killer's motive may lie in the past) $14.95
Zettel, Sarah Let Them Eat Stake (Vampire Chef #2: PBO; Why did celebrity chef Oscar Simmons walk away from his gig catering the high-profile wedding of a 200-year-old vampire and a wealthy witch? Charlotte agrees to take his place - but then Simmons turns up dead, the groom's family starts vanishing, and the police start asking pointed questions) $7.99

Expected Mid-April

Arthurson, Wayne A Killing Winter (Leo Desroches #2: Undercover as a homeless man, Leo's news story turns into a crusade. A Native street kid he's befriended is missing. When the boy is found murdered, the trail leads Leo into the depths of Native street culture, delving into secrets that threaten not only the gang members, but Leo's life and sanity) $24.99
Baldacci, David The Innocent (America has enemies - ruthless people that the police, the FBI, even the military can't stop. That's when the US government calls on Will Robie, a hitman who never questions orders and always nails his target. But Will Robie may have just made the first - and last - mistake of his career) $27.99
Beaufrand, Mary Jane Dark River (HC title: The River) (YA; Edgar Award finalist. When Ronnie moves to rural Oregon, she feels isolated. But she becomes close to Karen, a young girl she babysits. So when she discovers Karen's body on the banks of the river, Ronnie feels compelled to uncover the truth) $8.99
Bolton, S.J. Now You See Me (Young DC Lacey Flint stumbles onto a woman who has been brutally stabbed. Alarming similarities raise the question: is the killer bent on recreating London's bloody Jack the Ripper slayings?) $14.99
Boyd, William Waiting for Sunrise (Vienna, 1913: When the woman he's been having an affair with accuses him of rape, young English actor Lysander Rief escapes with the help of two mysterious British diplomats. Back in London, they recruit him for a lethal mission. And before he can understand where his new life is heading, he finds himself on the trail of a traitor with a bizarre connection to Lysander's family; Signed copies expected) $25.99
Christie, Agatha The Man in the Brown Suit (Classic reprint) $12.99
Christie, Agatha Sparkling Cyanide (alternate title: Remembered Death) (Classic reprint) $12.99
Christie, Agatha The Secret Adversary (Tommy & Tuppence #1: Classic reprint) $12.99
Christie, Agatha Partners in Crime (Tommy & Tuppence #2: Classic reprint) $12.99
Christie, Agatha N or M? (Tommy & Tuppence #3: Classic reprint) $12.99
Christie, Agatha By the Pricking of My Thumbs (Tommy & Tuppence #4: Classic reprint) $12.99
Christie, Agatha Postern of Fate (Tommy & Tuppence #5: Classic reprint) $12.99
Connolly, John The Infernals (Samuel Johnson #2: The demon Mrs. Abernathy is seeking revenge on Samuel for his part in foiling the invasion of Earth by the forces of evil. When Samuel and his dachshund Boswell are pulled through a portal into the dark realm, she gets her chance. But she hasn't reckoned on the courage and cleverness of the boy and his dog, or the loyalty of Samuel's demon friend Nurd. Most of all she hasn't planned on the intervention of Mr. Merryweather's Elves) $15.00
Dean, Anna A Woman of Consequence (Dido Kent #3: On a visit to the ruins of an abbey, Penelope Lambe suffers a bad fall. Then a human skeleton is found at the abbey. Is Miss Lambe's accident connected to this? Everyone is relying on inquisitive spinster Dido Kent to find out) $24.99
Doiron, Paul Trespasser (Mike Bowditch #2: A brutal attack on a woman raises a question: was the wrong man convicted for a similar rape/murder seven years ago? Mike's investigation stirs up old hostilities between Maine locals and rich summer residents) $14.99
Donachie, David Blown Off Course (John Pearce #7: In London seeking protection for the Pelicans from a reluctant Admiralty, Pearce is offered employment by a smiling stranger: the very profitable but illegal task of fetching a ship laden with contraband back from France. But is the stranger all he appear to be?) $16.95
Donachie, David Enemies at Every Turn (John Pearce #8: Pearce is out of jail, but the smugglers whose boat he stole want bloody revenge, and are prepared to chase him to the ends of the earth to get it. And two of his Pelicans are now back in the Navy and need his help - what fate put them on Ralph Barclay's new ship?) $29.95
Fickling, G.G. The Honey West Files Volume 1: This Girl for Hire / A Gun for Honey / Girl on the Loose (Omnibus reprint; 3 novels featuring the female PI) $23.99
Griffin, Laura Twisted (Tracers #5: When a vicious murder sends shockwaves through her small Texas town, rookie detective Allison Doyle finds herself working with FBI profiler Mark Wolfe, who believes that the crime is the handiwork of a psychopath he's been hunting for over a decade) $7.99
Kerr, Philip Prague Fatale (Bernie Gunther #8: September 1941: Reinhard Heydrich is celebrating his appointment as Reichsprotector of Czechoslovakia. All his guests are high-ranking Party members and each is a suspect in a crime yet to be committed: the murder of Heydrich himself. A murder does occur, but the victim is Heydrich's young adjutant, found dead in his room, the door and windows bolted from the inside. Anticipating foul play, Heydrich had already ordered Bernie Gunther to Prague. Now, searching for the killer, Gunther must pick through the lives of some of the Reich's most odious officials; Signed copies expected) $26.95
King, Laurie R. The Pirate King (Mary Russell #11: An investigation into criminal activities surrounding an English movie studio sends Russell to Lisbon and Morocco, where The Pirates of Penzance is being filmed. The set becomes downright dangerous when the director hires actual pirates) $15.00
Lilliefors, James Viral (Charles & Jon Mallory #1: Can two brothers, a journalist and a rogue ex-CIA agent, stop a bioterrorist plot?) $25.00
Littlefield, Sophie A Bad Day for Scandal (Stella Hardesty #3: When Priss Porter's body is found, along with two others, in Kansas City, Stella and her partner Chrissy head to the city, where they investigate a host of suspects, including a crooked and libidinous female judge and several jealous male escorts) $14.99
MacKenzie, Jassy Stolen Lives (Jade de Jong #2: A seemingly simple bodyguard job plunges PI Jade de Jong into a world of strip joints and sex workers, and to a human trafficking ring that stretches from Johannesburg to London) $14.00
MacKenzie, Jassy The Fallen (Jade de Jong #3: During their scuba diving holiday in St. Lucia, David Patel breaks up with Jade. But they put their differences aside when their diving instructor is found stabbed to death, the only clue a postcard from Johannesburg) $25.00
Marklund, Liza Last Will (Annika Bengtzon #6: When gunshots break out at the Nobel Prize dinner, Annika is pushed down by someone fleeing the scene. She only catches a glimpse of the suspect, but soon she is in the middle of an intricate drama with links to terrorists, pharmaceutical companies, and Alfred Nobel himself - only this time she's not just a reporter, she's a key witness) $25.00
Marston, Edward Under Siege (Daniel Rawson #4: 1708: After the victory at Oudenarde, Captain Daniel Rawson fights alongside the Duke of Marlborough, pushing further into French territories and laying siege to the fortress of Lille) $16.95
Nesbo, Jo The Snowman (Harry Hole #7: Irascible Oslo police investigator Harry Hole becomes a pawn in a serial killer's terrifying game) $15.00
Olshan, Joseph Cloudland (Near her Vermont home, ex-reporter Catherine Winslow discovers a woman's body leaning against a tree, the latest victim of a serial killer. With the help of a forensic psychiatrist neighbor and a local detective, Catherine starts to research the killings - and comes to realize that friends and acquaintances may be suspects) $24.99
Parris, S.J. Sacrilege (Giordano Bruno #3: London, 1584: Spy Giordano Bruno suspects he is being followed by an old enemy, but his pursuer is a young woman with whom he was once in love, who has been accused of murdering her magistrate husband. Bruno agrees to do anything he can to help clear her name) $26.95
Pattison, Eliot Ashes of the Earth (30 years after a global holocaust, the colony of Carthage still struggles to build its new world in post-apocalyptic America. When the colony's leading scientist is murdered, embittered survivor Hadrian Boone unearths chilling secrets) $15.95
Perry, Anne Treason at Lisson Grove (Thomas Pitt #26: When an informer in a potential treason plot turns up dead, Pitt follows the killer to France. Meanwhile, the head of London Special Branch needs Charlotte Pitt's help to uncover another plot that penetrates the Victorian government's inner circle) $15.00
Pollero, Rhonda Slightly Irregular (Finlay Anderson Tanner #4: Finlay faces two impossible tasks: track down a missing lawyer from her firm, and find a date for her sister's wedding. She discovers that the lawyer is not who she claimed to be, and may be implicated in the unsolved murder of a pageant queen) $15.00
Raichev, R.T. The Murder of Gonzago (Darcy & Payne #6: Antonia and Hugh investigate the murder of eccentric Lord Remnant, which seems to have been committed in full view of the man's wife and house guests) $25.00
Ross, Kate Whom the Gods Love (Julian Kestrel #3: Reissue; Dashing Regency gentleman-sleuth Julian Kestrel investigates when Alexander Falkland is murdered at his own party. The guests include the cream of London society - and every last one is a suspect) $14.95
Spencer-Fleming, Julia One Was a Soldier (Fergusson & Van Alstyne #7: Russ and Clare's investigation of a down-on-her-luck veteran's death uncovers a trail of deceit that leads to the upper ranks of the army and the unforgiving streets of Baghdad) $14.99
Stewart, Trenton Lee The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict (Mysterious Benedict Society Prequel: Kids; 9-year-old Nicholas is being sent to a new orphanage, where he will encounter vicious bullies, selfish adults, strange circumstances - and a mystery that could change his life forever) $17.99
Stockbridge/Cormack Slaughter, Inc. (Spider: A criminal genius has created an organization to perform murder-for-hire, with innocents being fingered for the crimes. When Nita Van Sloan is framed for a killing, the Spider must infiltrate the cartel) $14.95
Stockbridge/Henderson Shadow of Evil (Spider: Richard Wentworth wonders if his long struggle against the forces of evil has been worth it. Should he continue, or grab for personal happiness while he can? Just as he makes his decision, fate unleashes the most hellish horrors of all time against NYC) $6.99
West, Michael Lee A Teeny Bit of Trouble (Teeny Templeton #2: Teeny witnesses a murder, and learns that her boyfriend may have fathered the victim's 10-year-old child. Now she's trying to gather DNA from a child genius and decode an encrypted diary. Clues in the murder point to trafficking in human organs, but after a suspect is arrested, bodies continue piling up) $24.99
Woods, Stuart Unnatural Acts (Stone Barrington #23: When a hedge-fund billionaire hires Stone Barrington and Holly Barker to track down his missing son, the case brings them face to face with a dangerous international criminal from their past) $26.95
Zafon, Carlos Ruiz The Midnight Palace (YA; 1930s: 16 years ago, an English lieutenant lost his life saving newborn twins Ben and Sheere from an unthinkable threat. Now the threat has returned, and the twins must face the the most frightening creature in the history of Calcutta) $8.99

Expected Early May

Atherton, Nancy Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch (Aunt Dimity #17: Amelia Thistle moves to Finch to work on a riddle: a fragment of family diary hints that one of her ancestor's may have been Mistress Meg, the Mad Witch of Finch. Following the clue, Lori Shepherd hunts through Finch's darkest corners, and, with Aunt Dimity's otherworldly help, inches closer to the true story of Meg - and Amelia) $24.95
Atkins, Ace The Ranger (Quinn Colson #1: Army Ranger Quinn Colson returns from Afghanistan to the northeast Mississippi hill country he calls home, only to find it overrun by corruption, and his uncle, the county sheriff, dead. Is it suicide, or murder?) $15.00
Bass, Jefferson The Inquisitor's Key (Body Farm #7: Dr. Brockton's protege Miranda is helping excavate a newly discovered chamber beneath the Palace of the Popes in Avignon, France. There she discovers a chest inscribed with a stunning claim: inside lie the bones of Jesus of Nazareth. Faced with the case of the millennium, Miranda summons Brockton for help proving or refuting the claim) $25.99
Beck, Jessica Drop Dead Chocolate (Donut Shop #7: PBO; Suzanne's mother is running for mayor - and what better way to lure in voters than with Suzanne's delicious donuts? But when Momma falls under suspicion after her opponent is murdered, Suzanne is determined to reveal the real killer) $7.99
Brandreth, Gyles Oscar Wilde and the Vatican Murders (Oscar Wilde #5: 1892: Arthur Conan Doyle arrives at a spa with a suitcase of fan mail, and encounters Oscar Wilde. The two friends make a series of macabre discoveries among the letters - a finger, a lock of hair, and an entire severed hand. The trail leads to Rome. To discover why they have been summoned to the Vatican in this fashion, they must uncover the secrets of the men closest to the Pope; hc available $24.00) $14.00
Brennan, Allison Silenced (Lucy Kincaid #4: PBO; FBI trainee Lucy Kincaid and her PI boyfriend Sean Rogan investigate when prostitutes with high-profile clients start turning up dead all over Washington, DC) $7.99
Brightwell, Emily Mrs. Jeffries Defends Her Own (Mrs. Jeffries #30: PBO; A general office manager has been murdered, and for once, the case does not go to Inspector Witherspoon. But when someone from her past shows up begging for help, Mrs. Jeffries must step into the fray to stop a terrible miscarriage of justice) $7.99
Brown, Dale A Time for Patriots (Patrick McLanahan #16: With the nation facing crippling recession and massive cuts in services, the volunteer citizen-soldiers of the Civil Air Patrol are determined to protect their fellow citizens from terrorists) $9.99
Brown, Nick The Siege (Agent of Rome #1: AD 270: The weakened empire faces a desperate threat from Palmyra's Roman-trained army. Cassius Corbulo, a 19-year-old fresh from officer training, is the only ranking Roman officer left in the line of the Palmyran advance. He must take command of the last stronghold still in Roman hands, and hold it until reinforcements arrive) $12.95
Buckley, Christopher They Eat Puppies, Don't They? (In an attempt to gain Congressional approval for a top-secret weapons system, lobbyist Bird McIntrye and Neo-Con wonkette Angel Templeton start a rumor that the Chinese secret service is trying to assassinate the Dalai Lama) $25.99
Cantrell, Rebecca A Game of Lies (Hannah Vogel #3: 1936: Posing as travel reporter Adelheid Zinsli, Hannah covers the Berlin Olympic Games while gathering Nazi secrets for the British. When her mentor dies at the Olympic Stadium, Hannah must discover who killed him and get his secret information out of Germany) $14.99
Casey, Jane The Burning (Maeve Kerrigan #1: Four women have been beaten to death and burned in London parks. A fifth murder is blamed on the same killer, but the investigation leaves DC Maeve Kerrigan with doubts. Serial killer or not, she's determined to find the culprit) $14.99
Castle, Richard Heat Rises (Nikki Heat #3: The murder of a parish priest at a NYC bondage club leads homicide detective Nikki Heat to a drug lord, a CIA contractor, and a conspiracy that reaches the highest levels of the NYPD. There's no one she can trust - except reporter Jameson Rook) $9.99
Cates, Bailey Brownies and Broomsticks (Magical Bakery #1: PBO; Helping her aunt and uncle open a bakery in downtown Savannah is a great opportunity for Katie, but she soon learns that her aunt's peculiar recipes are actually witchcraft. And when her uncle becomes a murder suspect, it'll take a little investigative magic to clear his name) $7.99
Ceder, Camilla Frozen Moment (In a small town on the Swedish coast, Inspector Christian Tell investigates the brutal murder of a garage owner while trying to maintain a professional distance from an attractive reporter) $14.95
Chambers, Clem Kusanagi (The priceless coronation sword of the Japanese crown jewels is missing, sending three separate men on a quest for the sword and the riches that await the one who finds it) $14.95
Coes, Ben Coup d'etat (Dewey Andreas #2: With war threatening to engulf Pakistan and India, the White House has a mission for Dewey Andreas: remove the Pakistani president from power) $9.99
Collins, Paul The Murder of the Century (Nonfiction; 1897: A perplexing murder in NYC turned into a media circus, and an unlikely trio - a cop, a cub reporter, and a professor - raced to solve it. What emerged was a sensational love triangle and an even more sensational capital murder trial) $16.00
Connelly, Michael The Fifth Witness (Mickey Haller #4: Mickey expands his business into foreclosure defense, only to see one of his clients accused of killing the banker she blames for trying to take away her home) $9.99
Delany, Vicki Gold Mountain (Klondike #3: 1897: The villainous Paul Sheridan intends to marry Fiona McGillivray. Fiona wants no part of these plans. When Sheridan refuses to take no for an answer, Fiona must rely on Corporal Sterling, her son Angus, and an assortment of headstrong townsfolk to help thwart his scheme) $17.99
DeMille, Nelson The Lion (John Corey #5: Notorious Libyan terrorist Asad Khali has returned to the US; anti-terrorist agent John Corey will stop at nothing to find and kill him) $9.99
Dietrich, William The Emerald Storm (Ethan Gage #5: Swashbuckling hero Ethan Gage must race from the slopes of the Alps to the tropics of the Caribbean to pursue a mysterious Spanish treasure as the fate of England - and of the world's first successful slave revolt, in Haiti - hang in the balance) $25.99
DiSilverio, Laura All Sales Fatal (Mall Cop #2: PBO; When half the security cameras are sabotaged and a murdered teenager is found just outside the mall entrance, mall cop E.J. Ferris has to catch a killer, or get put on layaway for good) $7.99
Doherty, P.C. The Mysterium (Hugh Corbett #17: London, 1304: Accused of bribery and corruption, the Chief Justice of the Court of the King's Bench has sought sanctuary to atone for his sins. When he is found dead in his abbey cell, Sir Hugh Corbett investigates) $25.99
Donally, Claire The Big Kitty (Sunny & Shadow #1: PBO; Sunny left her NYC newspaper job to take care of her ailing father in Maine. Once there, she and her feline friend Shadow investigate the murder of the local cat lady, whose missing lottery ticked is worth millions) $7.99
Downing, David Lehrter Station (John Russell #5: Paris, November 1945: Soviet agent Yevgeny Shchepkin and John Russell are entangled in a Soviet intelligence net. Their only way out is to come up with something important enough to make a deal with the Americans) $25.00
Dugoni, Robert Murder One (David Sloane #4: Barclay Reid was opposing counsel in Sloane's most prominent case. When she's accused of murdering a Russian drug dealer she blamed for her daughter's overdose death, she chooses Sloane to defend her) $7.99
Ellison, J.T. A Deeper Darkness (PBO; Medical examiner Samantha Owens is asked by an old boyfriend's mother to provide a second forensic opinion on her son's death. Officially he's the victim of a vicious carjacking, but under Sam's sharp eye, the body tells a darker story) $14.95
Fairstein, Linda Silent Mercy (Alexandra Cooper #13: When young women are decapitated, set on fire, and left burning on the steps of two different Manhattan churches, prosecutor Alex Cooper investigates) $9.99
Fowler, Earlene Spider Web (Benni Harper #15: When the Memory Festival craft fair is disrupted by a mysterious sharpshooter who seems to be targeting the police, Benni is determined to make her hometown safe) $7.99
Gibbins, David Atlantis God (Marine archaeologist Jack Howard and his team return to the lost island of Atlantis, about to uncover a surprising link to the 1930s expeditions of the Nazis' Department of Cultural Heritage. But shadowy figures from Jack's past are joining forces, and they have their own ghastly vision for a new Atlantis) $9.99
Glatt, John Love Her to Death (PBO; Nonfiction; enraged by the terms of his divorce, a Reno millionaire stabs his ex-wife, goes after the judge with a gun, and heads for Mexico) $7.99
Goldberg, Lee Mr. Monk on Patrol (Monk #13: When the local government of Summit, NJ, is hit by a string of arrests, Chief of Police Randy Disher finds himself acting as mayor, and calls on Adrian Monk to serve as a temporary policeman) $7.99
Goldenbaum, Sally The Wedding Shawl (Seaside Knitters #5: When the hair stylist for Izzy's wedding party misses appointments and then turns up dead, the Seaside Knitters rally to find some answers) $15.00
Goldenbaum, Sally A Fatal Fleece (Seaside Knitters #6: The death of a local fisherman has the Seaside Knitters casting their net for a killer, before knitter Cass Halloran ends up behind bars) $24.95
Grabenstein, Chris Rolling Thunder (John Ceepak #6: Straight-arrow cop John Ceepak and his wisecracking young partner Danny Boyle investigate the deaths of a prominent citizen and a young beach beauty in a seedy seaside New Jersey town) $14.95
Grabenstein, Chris Fun House (John Ceepak #7: Straight-arrow cop John Ceepak and his wisecracking young partner Danny Boyle are assigned to babysit the cast of a TV reality show, and try to keep the rowdy kids from breaking the law. Then a cast member is murdered, and others are threatened with the same fate) $25.00
Gran, Sara Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead (Claire DeWitt #1: Brilliant, unconventional, pot-smoking PI Claire DeWitt arrives in post-Katrina New Orleans to search for missing prosecutor Vic Willing. Has an angry criminal exacted revenge? Or did Vic take advantage of the storm to disappear?) $13.95
Graves, Sarah Dead Level (Home Repair is Homicide #15: Jake and her friend Ellie are headed for the woods to do some repairs at the cabin. But escaped convict Dewey Hooper has fled to the woods, and seeing Jake - whose testimony led to his murder conviction - has him looking for a way to make revenge look like an accident) $26.00
Greaves, Chuck Hush Money (Jack MacTaggart is assigned to handle an insurance claim on behalf of a wealthy socialite, whose champion show horse has died unexpectedly. The attending veterinarian confides that the horse's death was anything but natural, leading Jack into the high-stakes world of professional show-jumping, and down a path to romance, intrigue, and an old blackmail scheme that further implicates his client. Then another body turns up - and this one is human) $24.99
Gross, Andrew The Dark Tide (Ty Hauck #1: Reissue; A tragic death and a suspicious hit-and-run plunge a beautiful widow and determined detective Ty Hauck into a maelstrom of murder, missing money, and international conspiracy) $9.99
Gross, Andrew Don't Look Twice (Ty Hauck #2: Reissue; When a drive-by shooting rocks posh Greenwich, CT, leaving an innocent bystander dead, detective Ty Hauck follows the trail to an upstate casino then back to Greenwich's wealthy) $9.99
Hamilton, Victoria A Deadly Grind (Vintage Kitchen #1: PBO; Vintage cookware and cookbook collector Jaymie Leighton buys an original 1920s Hoosier brand kitchen cabinet at an auction. But that night, on the porch where she left the Hoosier, a man is murdered, struck on the head with part of the cabinet. Who is this stranger? And is his death connected to the Hoosier?) $7.99
Harris, Charlaine Deadlocked (Southern Vampire #12: A body has shown up in Eric Northman's front yard - the body of a woman whose blood he just drank. It's up to Sookie and Bill, the official Area Five investigator, to solve the murder. Sookie thinks the dead girl's fate has nothing to do with her, but she's wrong - a devious enemy is out to make Sookie's world come crashing down) $27.95
Henshaw, Mark Red Cell (Two CIA outcasts, rookie agent Kyra Stryker and unorthodox analyst Jonathan Burke, must race to stop a secret Chinese weapon that threatens to provoke a world war) $24.99
Howard, Linda Prey (In the Montana wilderness, rival hunting guides Angie Powell and Dare Callahan must deal with a blinding storm - and a growing attraction - while evading a cold-blooded killer and an angry bear) $7.99
Indridason, Arnaldur Operation Napoleon (When her brother, a rescue volunteer, vanishes, a young woman sets out to discover his fate, which is connected to a WWII German bomber that the US Army is secretly trying to remove from an Icelandic glacier) $15.00
Isaacs, Susan As Husbands Go (When her plastic surgeon husband is found murdered in an escort's apartment, Susie Gersten sets out to prove that her wonderful marriage wasn't a lie. With help from her tough-talking grandma, she takes on her in-laws, her husband's partners, the NYPD, and the DA) $7.99
Jacobson, Douglas W. The Katyn Order (1944: During the Warsaw Uprising, a resistance fighter and a covert operative hunt for the 1940 Soviet order authorizing the murders of 20,000 Polish army officers and civilians. If they can find it before the Russians do, they just might change the fate of Poland) $16.95
James, Bill Popular Crime: Reflections on the Celebration of Violence (Nonfiction; a look at how crimes have been committed, investigated, prosecuted, and chronicled, and how that has influenced our culture, from the 1600s to the present day) $15.00
Jance, J.A. Betrayal of Trust (J.P. Beaumont #20: When she discovers that her teenage grandson has a snuff film on his phone, the governor of Washington asks old friend J.P. Beaumont to investigate) $9.99
Jecks, Michael King's Gold (Knights Templar #30: 1326: London is in flames, and Queen Isabella and her lover Sir Roger Mortimer are ascendant. Guarding the deposed King Edward II for Mortimer, Sir Baldwin and Simon find themselves tangled in a net of conspiracy, greed, betrayal, and murder) $8.99
Johnson, Craig Hell Is Empty (Walt Longmire #7: Longmire pursues a group of escaped murderers into the icy hell of Wyoming's Cloud Peak Wilderness Area) $14.00
Kagen, Lesley Good Graces (Sally & Troo #2: 1960: When a series of disquieting events unfold in their Milwaukee neighborhood - home burglaries, the escape of a nemesis from reform school, and the mysterious disappearance of an orphan - the crimes may involve the increasingly rebellious Troo. Sally must try once again, as she promised her daddy on his deathbed, to keep Troo safe) $15.00
Kellerman, Jonathan Mystery (Alex Delaware #26: LAPD homicide detective Milo Sturgis turns to Alex for psychological insight into a mutilation murder; Alex is shocked to discover he'd seen the victim not long before her death) $9.99
Kelly, Sofie Copycat Killing (Magical Cats #3: PBO; Too much rain has left the local artists' co-op on the verge of flooding. When a mask-maker is found drowned in the basement, Kathleen suspects it wasn't accidental. With the help of detective Marcus Gordon, and her cats' extraordinary powers, it's up to Kathleen to unmask the killer) $7.99
Kennedy, Elle Midnight Rescue (Killer Instincts #1: PBO; Abby Sinclair was raised by an Army Ranger. Now she's an assassin, assigned to snuff an arms dealer. When the sting goes wrong, merc Kane Woodland is recruited as backup. But their unexpected attraction could put them both at risk) $7.99
Kleier, Glenn The Knowledge of Good & Evil (A defrocked priest embarks on an epic odyssey through the afterlife in search of answers to life's Ultimate Question) $7.99
Koomson, Dorothy The Ice Cream Girls (Teenagers Poppy and Serena, the only witnesses to a teacher's murder, soon became suspects. Poppy was convicted and sent to prison; Serena was set free. Years later, Poppy is keen to set the record straight about what really happened. Meanwhile, Serena wants no one to discover the events of her past) $14.99
Kramer, Julie Killing Kate (Riley Spartz #4: A killer who draws chalk outlines of angels around his victims and a local legend lead investigative reporter Riley Spartz to the infamous Black Angel monument in an Iowa cemetery - and to a graveyard confrontation) $7.99
Kuhns, Eleanor A Simple Murder (Winner of the Mystery Writers of America First Crime Novel competition. 1796: The search for his runaway son leads traveling weaver Will Rees to a Shaker settlement in Maine, where one of the elders asks him to investigate a young woman's murder) $24.99
Lackberg, Camilla The Stonecutter (Patrik Hedstrom #3: In the Swedish resort town of Fjallbacka, a little girl's body is found in a fisherman's net. Detective Patrik Hedstrom has just become a father, and it's his grim task to find the killer of this child he knew well) $25.95
Lane, Andrew Rebel Fire (Young Sherlock #2: YA; 1868: 14-year-old Sherlock Holmes didn't expect to find assassin John Wilkes Booth alive and well in England, and Sherlock's American tutor somehow mixed up in it. The search for the truth will take Sherlock across the Atlantic, where a friend is in peril and a defeated army threatens to rise again) $16.99
Larson, Erik In the Garden of Beasts (Nonfiction; Berlin, 1933: An academic from Chicago becomes US ambassador to Germany, where he and his family observe the many changes - some horrifically violent - that signal Hitler's consolidation of power) $16.00
Lewis, Simon Border Run (On the China-Burma border, two British backpackers discover their guide is a smuggler. A confrontation with a customs official escalates to murder, and trying to cover up the crime only leads to more trouble) $22.00
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) $25.99
Lippman, Laura The Most Dangerous Thing (They were all the best of friends, but over the years they grew apart - and the memory of the terrible lie they shared faded as well. But when the ne'er-do-well of their little gang dies, they are suddenly thrown together again. And then the revelations start. Has their secret been discovered? And is one of the group out to destroy the others?) $14.99
Lupton, Rosamund Afterwards (The school was on fire, and Grace's last memory is of trying to reach her daughter Jenny. When they awaken in the hospital, they learn that someone set the fire, and Jenny might still be in danger. Grace realizes she may be the only one who can discover the culprit) $25.00
Mawer, Simon Trapeze (WWII: A native speaker of French, 19-year-old Marian Sutro is eager to do her bit for the British war effort. Recruited by the SOE, given commando and espionage training, and parachuted into France, she is sent to Paris to ask a friend - a research physicist - to join the Allied war effort. The outcome could affect the whole course of the war) $15.95
McGee, James Hawkwood (1811: Ordered to investigate the double murder of a coachman and a naval courier, Bow Street Runner Matthew Hawkwood wonders about the high-level interest in this ordinary case. Then another body is discovered, revealing ties to a Napoleonic plot against Britain) $25.95
McGill, Bernie The Butterfly Cabinet (Maddie McGlade, a former nanny, realizes that the time has come to unburden herself of a decades-old secret: what really happened on the last day in the life of Charlotte Ormond, the 4-year-old only daughter of the house where Maddie worked) $14.00
McPherson, Catriona Dandy Gilver and the Proper Treatment of Bloodstains (Dandy Gilver #5: Scotland, 1926: After receiving a letter from a woman who thinks her husband is going to kill her, sleuthing socialite Dandy Gilver goes undercover as a maid in the woman's house to get to the truth) $14.99
Meade, Amy Patricia Don't Die Under the Apple Tree (Rosie the Riveter #1: PBO; Rosie Keefe can handle working in NYC's WWII shipyards - until her foreman ends up murdered just hours after Rosie had a fight with him. Police Lt. Jack Riordan believes Rosie is innocent, but his captain has given him just five days to produce another suspect, or arrest Rosie) $7.99
Morson, Ian A Deadly Injustice (Nick Zuliani #2: Cathay, 1268: Nick Zuliani, Venetian adventurer and newly appointed Investigator to the Mongol Emperor, is sent to investigate a murder in a remote town, but soon realizes that he has been sent on an impossible mission by a deadly rival. If Nick uncovers the truth, he risks undermining the local governor, with terrible diplomatic consequences. He will have to use all his wiles to escape the trap laid for him) $15.95
Myers, Tamar The Boy Who Stole the Leopard's Spots (Amanda Brown #3: Belgian Congo, 1950s: Once when his life was in danger, Monsignor Clemente participated in a native ritual whose evil still haunts him. One person knew of his secret shame. Now that person is dead and Monsignor Clemente is suspected of the crime. With help from young American missionary Amanda Brown, police chief Captain Pierre Jardin, and the local Witch Doctor and his wise-woman wife Cripple, the Monsignor must clear his name and identify the real killer) $14.99
Nadel, Barbara Dead of Night (Inspector Ikmen #14: Istanbul inspectors Ikmen and Suleyman are sent to a policing conference in Detroit. When an elderly man of Turkish descent approaches them to crack his son's long-unsolved murder, the pair find themselves immersed in a world of intergang drug wars and racial prejudice, and in mortal danger) $24.95
O'Donohue, Clare Life Without Parole (Kate Conway #2: Kate is working on a documentary about lifers in an Illinois prison, and a reality show about the opening of a new restaurant - one backed by her dead husband's mistress Vera. When Vera becomes the chief suspect in another investor's murder, Kate relies on the minds of death row killers to help her solve the case) $15.00
O'Shaughnessy, Perri Dreams of the Dead (Nina Reilly #13: A new client wants Nina to locate the remains of his son, who has been missing for nine years and is presumed dead. Nina suspects that her former investigator (and ex-lover) Paul van Wagoner may have had something to do with the disappearance - and possibly the death) $7.99
Page, Katherine Hall The Body in the Gazebo (Faith Fairchild #19: After she learns that an elderly woman's illness stems from concern and fear over a dark family secret, Faith can't help being drawn into solving the decades-old murder) $7.99
Page, Katherine Hall The Body in the Boudoir (Faith Fairchild Prequel: 1990: Faith Sibley prepares to wed the love of her life, Thomas Fairchild - if she can survive a malefactor who's trying to disrupt the ceremony by doing away with the bride) $23.99
Parker, R/Atkins, A Lullaby (Spenser #40: 14-year-old Mattie Sullivan asks Boston PI Spenser to look into her mother's death, pointing him to two toughs who were overlooked in the original investigation. Neither the Boston PD nor the hardened residents of Southie's housing projects are keen on his dredging up the past, but Spenser starts to realize that Mattie may be on to something - and it could get a lot more dangerous) $26.95
Parris, S.J. Prophecy (Giordano Bruno #2: 1583: Rumors of black magic abound after the murder of one of Queen Elizabeth's young maids of honor, but Bruno suspects a link to Catholic conspirators at the French Embassy) $15.95
Patterson, J/Paetro, M 11th Hour (Women's Murder Club #11: A vigilante is killing San Francisco's high-ranking criminals - using a gun from the police evidence locker. And a pair of severed heads have just been found, elaborately displayed in a movie star's garden) $27.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Rebel Trade (Executioner #402: PBO; Bolan goes after an African rebel group behind a murderous pirate attack on a US merchant vessel) $5.99
Perry, Thomas The Informant (Butcher's Boy #3: Elizabeth Waring, now high up in the Justice Dept., receives a surprise visit from the Butcher's Boy - a professional killer who went to ground years ago - offering information in exchange for her help in finding out who sent a Mafia hit team after him) $14.95
Price, Charlie The Interrogation of Gabriel James (YA; Edgar Award winner. Eyewitness to two killings, 14-year-old Gabriel relates the story behind the murders in a police interrogation interspersed with flashbacks) $9.99
Pullman, Philip Two Crafty Criminals! And How They Were Captured by the Daring Detectives of the New Cut Gang (Kids; London, 1894: 11-year-old Benny leads a ragtag gang of neighborhood children who use improbable disguises and crazy ruses to investigate cases involving counterfeit coins and stolen silver) $16.99
Purser, Ann The Wild Wood Enquiry (Ivy Beasley #3: PBO; Things are quiet at the Springfields Home for the Elderly until Gus' ex-wife shows up looking for a place to hide. With jewels missing and evidence of foul play, it looks like another job for Ivy and her team of amateur sleuths) $7.99
Puzo, M/Falco, Ed The Family Corleone (A prequel to The Godfather , inspired by a Puzo screenplay and written by Falco) $27.99
Racey, Ian C. A Traitor's Loyalty (1971: 25 years after Germany's victory in WWII, Hitler has just died. MI6 blackmails former spy Simon Quinn into returning to Berlin to track down a missing spy who is suspected of defecting) $14.95
Robertson, Craig Snapshot (With a vigilante sniper terrorizing Glasgow, photographer Tony Winter begins tracing connections between the shootings. Then a schoolboy is badly beaten, and Winter realizes the assailant may be connected to the shootings) $9.99
Rodriguez, Linda Every Last Secret (Winner of the Malice Domestic Best First Traditional Mystery competition. Fleeing stress, Skeet Bannion left the Kansas City PD to be chief of campus police in a small town. But she must track down a killer when the student editor of the college newspaper is murdered) $24.99
Runcie, James Sidney Chambers and the Shadow of Death (Grantchester #1: 1953: Sidney Chambers, vicar of Grantchester and honorary canon of Ely Cathedral, is an unconventional clerical detective who can go where the police cannot. Together with Inspector Geordie Keating, Sidney inquires into the suspect suicide of a Cambridge solicitor, a jewelry theft at a New Year's Eve dinner party, the unexplained death of a jazz promoter's daughter, and an art forgery that puts a close friend in danger) $16.00
Sakey, Marcus The Two Deaths of Daniel Hayes (A man wakes up cold and naked on an isolated beach, unable to remember anything except a woman's face. He finds an empty BMW nearby, puts on the clothes he finds in it - which fit him perfectly - and sets out to find out if he is actually the man listed on the car's registration) $15.00
Sandford, John Buried Prey (Lucas Davenport #21: A house demolition turns up the bodies of two girls. They've been missing since 1985, when Davenport was a young Minneapolis cop investigating their disappearance - until his bosses declared the case closed) $9.99
Sandford, John Buried Prey audiobook (Lucas Davenport #21: A house demolition turns up the bodies of two girls. They've been missing since 1985, when Davenport was a young Minneapolis cop investigating their disappearance - until his bosses declared the case closed) $19.95
Schwartz, Stephen Jay Beat (Hayden Glass #2: LAPD detective Hayden Glass has found a new obsession - the internet. Infatuated with a woman he found on a website, his addiction drags him to San Francisco, and to a massive sex slave trade, run by the Russian mob and protected by corrupt cops) $7.99
Shepherd, Lynn The Solitary House (UK title: Tom-All-Alone's) (London, 1850: Powerful financier Sir Julius Cremorne has been receiving threatening letters, and his attorney wants Charles Maddox to discreetly find and stop whoever is responsible. But what starts as a simple, open-and-shut case swiftly escalates into something bigger and much darker) $26.00
Stephens, Jeffrey S. Targets of Opportunity (Jordan Sandor #2: Sandor faces off with a top terrorist agent from Iran's Revolutionary Guard, who is offering the CIA explosive information of a secret alliance between operatives in the Middle East, a ruthless South American, and North Korea) $7.99
Strange, Marc Follow Me Down (Orwell Brennan #1: Small-town police chief Orwell Brennan investigates the murder of a man found pinned to a tree trunk with arrows) $14.95
Strange, Marc Woman Chased by Crows (Orwell Brennan #2: A Toronto police officer, in Dockerty to investigate a murder, is killed in his hotel room. He was about to interview a dance teacher, a former Russian ballet star with dark secrets in her past. The investigation uncovers a ring of shady pawnbrokers, crooked cops, and Russian thugs, all searching for a ruby once owned by the Tsarina) $24.95
Stratmann, Linda The Poisonous Seed (Frances Doughty #1: Victorian London: When her chemist fathers is accused of murder, Frances sets out to clear his name, armed with wit, courage, and determination, and aided by some unconventional new friends) $14.95
Tanenbaum, Robert K. Outrage (Butch Karp #23: When his wife discovers that his office has indicted the wrong man for murder, New York DA Butch Karp must go up against the NYPD to catch and then successfully prosecute the real killer) $9.99
Thompson, E.V. Churchyard and Hawke (Amos Hawke #2: After he is badly beaten while undercover in a London slum, Constable Tom Churchyard takes himself to Cornwall, where he becomes right-hand man to senior Cornish policeman Amos Hawke. Tom's knowledge of London rogues proves invaluable as they try to foil an gang of city thieves and solve a murder) $12.95
Thompson, Victoria Murder on Sisters' Row (Gaslight #13: 1890s: With the help of a charitable lady of means, midwife Sarah Brandt rescues a young woman and her baby from a brothel. When the benefactor is murdered, Sarah and NYPD Sgt. Frank Malloy investigate) $7.99
Thompson, Victoria Murder on Fifth Avenue (Gaslight #14: Upper-class Felix Decker opposes his daughter Sarah's involvement with an Irish Catholic policeman. But when a member of the exclusive Knickerbocker Club is killed, Decker forms an uneasy alliance with Detective Sergeant Frank Malloy to discreetly solve the murder) $24.95
Todd, Charles A Bitter Truth (Bess Crawford #3: On leave from the Great War in France, battlefield nurse Bess Crawford arrives home to find a battered woman huddled in her doorway, and agrees to escort her home to Sussex. There the woman's family has gathered for a memorial service for the elder son, who died of war wounds. Her husband, home on compassionate leave, is tense, tormented by jealousy and his own guilty conscience. When a troubled guest is found dead, Bess becomes a prime suspect. This murder leads her to a dangerous quest in war-torn France) $14.99
Ulfelder, Steve Purgatory Chasm (Conway Sax #1: Car mechanic Conway Sax owes everything to the AA group that saved him. When an obnoxious member calls him for help, then turns up dead, Conway needs to catch the killer, not just to clear his own name, but to keep his promise to the dead man) $14.99
Ulfelder, Steve The Whole Lie (Conway Sax #2: 7 years ago, Conway helped Savvy Kane disappear - but not before they had a sizzling affair. Now she's back with a 6-year-old son, claiming his father is billionaire Bert Saginaw. Bert wants to get into politics. Savvy wants to get paid. Conway wants nothing to do with either of them, but when Savvy is murdered, he's got no choice but to find the truth among the lies) $24.99
Viets, Elaine Pumped for Murder (Dead-End Job #10: When they open their own PI agency, Helen and Phil's first client is Shelby, who thinks her husband might be unfaithful. Helen gets a job at the gym to keep track of the suspected cheater) $7.99
Viets, Elaine Final Sail (Dead-End Job #11: To catch a jewel smuggler, Helen goes undercover as a stewardess on a private yacht) $23.95
Weisman, John KBL: Kill Bin Laden (A fictionalized account of how US Navy SEALs hunted down and assassinated Osama Bin Laden) $7.99
Weiss, Jan Merete These Dark Things (Natalia Monte #1: When a college student's corpse is discovered in the catacombs below Naples, Captain Natalia Monte of the Carabinieri finds links to collection boxes of Catholic shrines, a lecherous professor, and the criminals of the Camorra) $14.00
Woodman, Richard A Ship for the King (1618: Kit Faulkner is taken aboard a merchant ship to be trained for a life at sea. As he rises through the ranks, he must face pirates and French corsairs. Meanwhile, England edges closer to civil war - and Kit will have to choose which side to fight for) $15.95
Woodrell, Daniel Tomato Red (Reissue; A dark noir novel set in Missouri, featuring 19-year-old Jamalee, her gorgeous gay brother Jason, and Sammy Barlach, a young man passing through West Table, who just may be their ticket out) $14.99
Xiaolong, Qiu Don't Cry Tai Lake (Inspector Chen #7: Shanghai's Inspector Chen has his vacation at Tai Lake interrupted by the murder of the director of one of the local factories responsible for polluting the lake. The local police suspect the leader of an ecological group, and Chen must tread carefully to uncover the truth) $24.99
Young, Felicity The Anatomy of Death (After a heated women's rights rally results in the suspicious death of a suffragette, Dody McCleland, England's first female autopsy surgeon, is determined to uncover the cause of the death, earn the trust of Chief Detective Inspector Pike, and find the killer) $15.00

Expected Mid-May

Andrews, Donna The Real Macaw (Meg Langslow #13: Meg's living room is full of animals. Financial woes have led the local shelter to repeal its no-kill policy, and a group led by her dad and granddad have stolen the shelter's animals. But the volunteer who was to transport the animals to new homes has been murdered) $7.99
Berry, Steve The Columbus Affair (Desperate to save his daughter from a ruthless zealot, disgraced journalist Tom Sagan finds himself on a perilous quest from Florida to Prague to Jamaica in search of a treasure that will change everything we know about Christopher Columbus) $27.00
Blake, Robin A Dark Anatomy (1740: When a Lancashire squire's wife is found in the woods, her throat slashed, coroner Titus Craig enlists the help of astute young doctor Luke Fidelis to throw light on the case) $24.99
Bohman, Therese Drowned (On a summertime visit to her older sister in the idyllic Swedish countryside, a young woman falls under the spell of her sister's husband, a writer who is both charismatic and violent) $14.95
Casey, Jane The Reckoning (Maeve Kerrigan #2: Two sex offenders who have served their time have been tortured and killed. Is someone trying his own hand at justice? DC Maeve Kerrigan and DI Josh Derwent have their doubts, until they learn that their killer might be a mobster searching for his missing teenaged daughter) $24.99
Collins, Max Allan Bye Bye, Baby (Nate Heller #15: 1962: Hired by Marilyn Monroe to tap her phone so she'll have a record of calls from her studio if they decide to sue her, PI Nate Heller ends up investigating when the movie star winds up dead of a convenient overdose) $7.99
Cotterill, Colin Killed at the Whim of a Hat (Jimm Juree #1: Crime reporter Jimm Juree thinks her career is over when her family relocates to a small village on the Thai coast. But when a van containing skeletal remains is found, and the abbot at a local Buddhist temple is murdered, she'll need luck and the help of her entire oddball family to unravel the mysteries) $14.99
DeSilva, Bruce Cliff Walk (Liam Mulligan #2: At first there appears to be no connection between the discovery of a child's severed arm in the garbage of a pig farm and the murder of an internet pornographer. But as investigative reporter Liam Mulligan digs into Rhode Island's thriving sex business, strange connections emerge. Promised free sex with hookers if he minds his own business - and a beating if he doesn't - Mulligan enlists Thanks-Dad, the newspaper publisher's son, and Attila the Nun, the state's colorful Attorney General, in his quest for the truth) $24.99
Friedman, Daniel Don't Ever Get Old (Buck Schatz #1: When Buck, an 87-year-old retired Memphis cop, learns that an old adversary may have escaped Germany with a fortune in stolen gold, he decides to hunt down the fugitive and claim the loot. His investigation quickly attracts unfriendly attention from a Mississippi loan shark, a 7' tall Hasidic Jew, and a bloodthirsty maniac) $24.99
Golemon, David L. Legacy (Event Group #6: When NASA uncovers billion-year-old skeletal remains on the moon, the flames of fundamentalism threaten to engulf the world. The Event Group sets out to explain the ancient visitor, or at least keep the planet from descending into chaos) $7.99
Haddam, Jane Flowering Judas (Gregor Demarkian #26: 12 years ago, Chester Morton disappeared. His mother has kept the search alive - and now his corpse, recently killed, has turned up in his hometown. The local police turn to former FBI agent Gregor Demarkian to unravel the truth) $7.99
Hamill, Pete Tabloid City (In the 24 hours after a wealthy socialite and her secretary are murdered, an NYC tabloid stops the presses, a cop investigates the killings, a reporter chases the story, a disgraced financier flees the country, a veteran seeks revenge, and a young extremist plots catastrophe) $14.99
Hamrick, Janice Death on Tour (Jocelyn Shore #1: Winner of the Mystery Writers of America First Crime Novel competition. After a member of their group takes a fatal fall off an Egyptian pyramid, Texas teacher Jocelyn Shore discovers her fellow travelers are not always what they claim to be - and one of them may be a murderer) $7.99
Hughes, Dorothy B. The Expendable Man (Classic reprint) $16.95
Jakubowski, Maxim (ed) The Mammoth Book of Best British Mysteries 9 (Anthology; stories from leading UK crime writers, ranging from noir and hardboiled to ingenious puzzles and amateur sleuths) $13.95
Johnson, Craig As the Crow Flies (Walt Longmire #8: A trip to the Cheyenne Reservation to find a site for his daughter's wedding turns horrific when Wyoming sheriff Walt Longmire sees a young woman plummeting from Painted Warrior's cliffs. It's not Walt's turf, but newly appointed tribal police chief Lolo Long talks him into helping with the investigation) $25.95
Land, Jon Strong at the Break (Caitlin Strong #3: The search for a missing boy takes Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong to a militia compound run by a man whose father died in a gunfight with Strong's father) $7.99
McPherson, Catriona Dandy Gilver and an Unsuitable Day for a Murder (Dandy Gilver #6: 1927: When a department store heiress goes missing, aristocratic amateur sleuth Dandy Gilver is summoned to Dunfermline, where two warring families run rival stores. As she starts to unravel family secrets, she finds disturbing connections) $24.99
Patterson, James Kill Alex Cross (Alex Cross #18: The US President's son and daughter have been abducted. Detective Alex Cross is one of the first on the scene, but someone very high up is using the FBI, Secret Service, and CIA to keep him off the case and in the dark) $14.99
Pressfield, Steven The Profession (2032: After the commander of the world's largest mercenary army launches a campaign to take over the US, his top commando faces the most challenging mission of his career: taking out his mentor) $15.00
Robotham, Michael The Wreckage (Someone is bombing the banks of Baghdad. An international financier has vanished. Ex-cop Vincent Ruiz has his briefcase stolen on a London street. As he tracks down the thieves, it becomes clear that he was mistaken for someone else. And that these seemingly unrelated events are connected) $13.99
Rosenfelt, David One Dog Night (Andy Carpenter #09: Five years ago, Matt Stark took a golden retriever puppy to a shelter, and Andy Carpenter adopted her. When Matt is accused of murder, his wife hires Andy to defend him) $14.99
Rucka, Greg Alpha (Jad Bell #1: When terrorists target a summer theme park, undercover Delta Force Master Sergeant Jad Bell scrambles to assess the threat and protect the visitors - and finds himself up against a villain whose training matches his in every way) $24.99
Sandford, John Stolen Prey (Lucas Davenport #22: In Deephaven, MN, an entire family has been killed - husband, wife, two daughters, dogs. It looks an awful lot like the kind of retribution Lucas has seen in drug killings, but the husband was a banker. It just doesn't seem to fit. Until it does - and leads Lucas into the darkest nightmare of his life) $27.95
Stevens, Chevy Never Knowing (34-year-old Sara Gallagher sets out to find her birth parents, only to learn that her biological father is a serial killer who has been hunting women for over 30 years. And now he's found out about her) $14.99
Wilson, F. Paul Nightworld (The holes appear, the first in Central Park, near the apartment where Repairman Jack and a man as old as time watch with growing dread. At sundown, the first unearthly, hungry creatures appear. Jack and Glaeken search the Secret History to gather a ragtag army for a last stand against the Otherness) $24.99




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