Events

Dec 25
Closed

Dec 26-31
Inventory Reduction Sale

Jan 1
Closed

 
home

Archived Newsletter Content

home

Newsletter #105 March May, 2014

ALREADY RECEIVED

Mystery Scene #132 (Articles about Alexander McCall Smith, courtroom thrillers, Breaking Bad , Aimee & David Thurlo, more) $7.50
Aaronovitch, Ben Broken Homes audiobook (Peter Grant #4: Unabridged) $39.95
Brown, E.R. Almost Criminal (Crime in Cascadia #1: PBO; Edgar Award finalist. Charming, wealthy Randle Kennedy has a secret: he's British Columbia's most prolific producer of boutique marijuana. Tate MacLane is brilliant, miserable, and broke. Randle wants a fresh face to front his transactions. Tate yearns for respect and money. Then there are the bikers, with the connections to bring the product to the US market. Soon Tate learns that getting out of the business is a lot harder than getting in) $17.99
Burke, James Lee Black Cherry Blues (Robicheaux #3: Reissue; Edgar Award winner. Evil crept into Dave Robicheaux's bayou world one night and destroyed the woman he loved. Now it's threatening the life of his child. Framed for murder, the Cajun ex-cop is traveling to Montana to clear his name, help a friend, and save what remains of his family) $9.99
Clare, Alys The Winter King (Hawkenlye #15: 1211: A wealthy nobleman, desperate for an heir, dies at a feast in his own hall. Apothecary and healer Sabin de Gifford is troubled after examining the body, and turns to fellow healer Meggie, Sir Josse d'Acquin's daughter, for help. Was the death natural, or did the man's reluctant new wife have a hand in it?) $28.95
Collins, Paul Duel with the Devil (Edgar Award finalist. Nonfiction. Manhattan, 1799: When Quaker Elma Sands was found murdered, suspicion fell on one of her suitors, carpenter Levi Weeks. Bitter rivals Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr teamed up to defend him) $26.00
Daniel, John M. Hooperman (1972: Hooperman Johnson works as a bookstore cop, catching shoplifters in the act. It's a difficult job for a man with a stammer, but somebody's got to do it, because Maxwell's Books is getting ripped off big-time. And, more and more, it looks like the thief works for the store) $14.95
Davidson, John P. The Obedient Assassin (Novel based on a true story. After his Stalinist mother enlists him to murder Leon Trotsky, Spanish nationalist Ramon Mercader obediently and reluctantly completes the task, despite a great deal of self-doubt and soul-searching regret) $24.95
Deaver, Jeffery The Empty Chair (Lincoln Rhyme #3: Reissue; A trip to North Carolina for experimental surgery turns into a case for Lincoln Rhyme when a local teen is murdered and two young women are abducted. When his assistant Amelia Sachs disagrees with his conclusions, she vanishes into the swamp, harboring the very suspect Rhyme thinks is a ruthless killer) $9.99
Donachie, David A Sea of Troubles (John Pearce #9: 1794: Pearce has an urgent commission from Lord Hood: he must track down Midshipman Toby Burns and placate Emily, who is now under his protection. Then, in a series of actions and shore raids, Pearce impresses Horatio Nelson with his bold and brave maneuvers) $16.95
Grant, Maxwell Death Ship / The Black Dragon (Shadow #76: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell Temple of Crime / The Curse of Thoth (Shadow #77: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell The Circle of Death / The Sledge-Hammer Crimes (Shadow #78: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell Crime Circus / Noose of Death (Shadow #79: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell Shiwan Khan Returns / The Invincible Shiwan Khan (Shadow #80: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Gray, Alex Never Somewhere Else (Lorimer #1: Reissue; After three young women are discovered strangled and mutilated in a Glasgow park, frustrated by a lack of progress in the investigation,DCI Lorimer enlists the services of Dr. Solomon Brightman, psychologist and criminal profiler. When a homeless man is brought in for questioning the investigation takes a bizarre turn) $18.00
Gray, Alex A Small Weeping (Lorimer #2: Reissue; When the body of a prostitute is found, her hands placed as if in prayer, psychologist Solomon Brightman is called to assist DCI Lorimer in the murder hunt. When a nurse's corpse is found, carefully arranged, and then a third body turns up, it seems increasingly clear that they have a serial killer on their hands) $16.95
Gray, Alex Shadows of Sounds (Lorimer #3: Reissue; When the leader of the Glasgow Orchestra is murdered in his dressing room, DCI Lorimer and psychologist Solomon Brightman investigate, uncovering a tangle of relationships between orchestra members. But did the dead man's dalliances really incite murder?) $16.95
Hayder, Mo The Devil of Nanking (alternate title: Tokyo) (Reissue; The search for rare film footage shot during the 1937 Nanking Massacre brings Grey, obsessed with a past she cannot understand, to Tokyo. An elderly yakuza might be the key to the answers Grey seeks) $14.00
Hendricks, G/Lindsay, T The Third Rule of Ten (Tenzing Norbu #3: PBO; When a housekeeper goes missing, the investigation leads Ten down a dangerous path littered with bodies, untraceable prescription drugs, and human organ trafficking, to the shocking realization that the criminal behind it all is Chaco Morales - who slipped through Ten's hands once before) $14.95
Hone, Joseph Goodbye Again (His mother's death leads painter Ben Contini into the world of underground art dealings. How did the widow of an Italian refugee wind up with a Modigliani in her attic?) $14.99
Joel, Maggie The Past and Other Lies (Nothing poisons the present like lies from the past. Charlotte and Jennifer have a history of amusing misunderstandings about attempted suicide. Their granny Bertha is wrapped in memories of 1920s London, when she and her sister brought new meaning to betrayal. And Bertha's daughter Deirdre is shaped by the night a Nazi bomb destroyed the entire street, and uncovered one of those poisonous lies) $14.95
LePore, J/Davis, C No Dawn for Men (PBO; 1938: Rumors of a secret that would make the Nazi army unkillable send MI6 agent Ian Fleming and scholar J.R.R. Tolkien to Germany to investigate) $14.95
Lineberry, Cate The Secret Rescue (Edgar Award finalist. Nonfiction; in 1943, after crash-landing in Albania, a group of US Army nurses and medics fight to escape Nazi-occupied Europe) $27.00
Marston, Edward Instrument of Slaughter (Home Front Detective #2: 1916: Britain is on the brink of enforcing conscription. When the leader of a group of conscientious objectors is bludgeoned to death, Scotland Yard assigns Inspector Marmion and Sergeant Keedy to the case) $16.95
McCreight, Kimberly Reconstructing Amelia (Edgar Award finalist. Kate is shocked when her daughter's exclusive Brooklyn school tells her that Amelia has been caught cheating, and devastated when she arrives at the school and is told that Amelia is dead after jumping off the roof. An anonymous text - Amelia didn't jump - sends Kate to Amelia's emails, texts, and Facebook posts to get to the truth) $15.99
Nadel, Barbara Death by Design (Reissue; Inspector Ikmen #12: Documents found in an Istanbul factory point to a terrorist attack in London. Ikmen goes undercover in the North London Turkish community, but what he uncovers there is certainly not what his British colleagues were expecting) $12.95
Redmann, J.M. The Shoal of Time (Micky Knight #8: PBO; PI Micky Knight agrees to give a visiting team of investigators a tour of the underside of New Orleans; when it turns into a risky game of cat and mouse, she winds up caught between them and the human traffickers they're after) $16.95
Sakey, Marcus Brilliance (Edgar Award finalist. Federal agent Nick Cooper is a brilliant, whose special gifts render him exceptional at hunting terrorists. His latest target is a brilliant drenched in blood and intent on provoking civil war. But to catch him, Cooper will have to violate everything he believes in - and betray his own kind) $14.95
Shaffer/Barrows The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (January 1946: London writer Juliet Ashton receives a letter from a stranger, a founding member of the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. And so begins a remarkable tale - told in letters by various people - of the island of Guernsey during the brutal Nazi occupation and just after the war ends) $15.00
Sobol, Donald J. Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Soccer Scheme (Encyclopedia Brown #28: The boy detective takes on the case of the African killfish, a library vandal, and eight more cases - can you solve the mysteries with him?) $4.99
Starr, Mel Rest Not in Peace (Hugh de Singleton #6: PBO; 1368: Sir Henry - with his current wife, daughter, two knights, two squires, and servants - has outstayed his welcome at Bampton. When he is found dead in his bed, Lord Gilbert asks surgeon and bailiff Master Hugh to determine the cause of death) $14.99
Stockbridge, Grant The Devil's Paymaster / The Benevolent Order of Death (Spider #2: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Stroud, Jonathan The Screaming Staircase (Lockwood & Co. #1: Kids; Edgar Award finalist. Ghosts are appearing throughout London, and only young people have the psychic abilities to see and eradicate these supernatural foes. After an assignment leads to both a grisly discovery and a disastrous end, Lucy, Anthony, and George are forced to take part in the perilous investigation of one of the most haunted houses in England. Will Lockwood & Co. survive the Screaming Staircase and Red Room to see another day?) $16.99
Tingle, Tim House of Purple Cedar (PBO; Skullyville, a once-thriving Choctaw community, was destroyed by land-grabbers, culminating in the 1896 arson of a school. Twenty Choctaw girls died, but Rose escaped. Now she tells her tale of growing up in Indian Territory, a world where backwoods spiritualism and Bible-thumping Christianity mix with bad guys, and shape-shifting panthers render justice) $16.95
Tope, Rebecca The Windermere Witness (Lake District #1: Mark Baxter, a young man from a wealthy family, has been murdered at his sister's wedding. Florist Simmy Brown was one of the last people to talk with him, and becomes further entangled in the case when she witnesses another killing) $16.95
Wilcox, John Starshine (1914: British forces are trying to hold off the Germans in France. Jim Hickman and Bertie Murphy are plunged into this nightmare. Jim receives honor after honor, while Bertie sinks into depression. Back home, the girl they both love will have to choose between them - if they ever come back alive) $16.95


EXPECTED EARLY MARCH

Aitcheson, James Sworn Sword (Tancred #1: 1069: On a march into Northumbria, the Normans are ambushed at Durham. Determined to exact vengeance for his lord's death, ambitious knight Tancred uncovers a plot that harks back to the Battle of Hastings) $14.99
Andrews, Donna The Hen of the Baskervilles (Meg Langslow #15: When her friend Molly's unfaithful husband turns up murdered at the Caerphilly fair, Meg sets out to find the killer and clear her friend's name) $7.99
Atkins, Ace The Broken Places (Quinn Colson #3: Sheriff Quinn Colson has to cope when an infamous murderer is released from prison. The victim's family is intent on revenge, and the gang who helped the killer on his last armored car robbery has broken out of prison, figuring he's headed for the hidden loot) $16.00
Bain, D/Fletcher, J Prescription for Murder (Murder, She Wrote #39: Jessica's latest book tour takes her to Tampa; festivities at a doctor's lavish home come to a halt when her host dies, apparently struck by lightning) $7.99
Barrett, Jackie The Haunting of the Gemini (PBO; Nonfiction; Psychic medium Barrett's account of her connection with the spirit of one of the Zodiac Killer's victims, and with Zodiac Killer Eddie Seda; in exclusive letters, drawings, and recorded telephone conversations from prison, Eddie divulges things that have never been made public, including how he killed and why) $9.99
Beaton, M.C. Death of Yesterday (Hamish Macbeth #29: Sergeant Hamish Macbeth has a crime to investigate, but the only known witness is dead) $8.00
Beaton, M.C. Death of a Policeman (Hamish Macbeth #30: Local police stations all over the Highlands are being threatened with closure; DCI Blair sends keen young officer Cyril Sessions to monitor what Sgt. Macbeth does every day. Hamish is prepared to insure that Cyril returns with a full report, but finds himself prime suspect when Cyril is killed) $25.00
Black, Cara Murder in Pigalle (Aimee Leduc #14: 1998: Pregnant PI Aimee Leduc is doing computer security work and avoiding dangerous cases. But with a serial rapist targeting teenage girls, when a cafe owner comes to her for help when his daughter disappears, Aimee can't say no) $27.95
Blair, Peggy The Poisoned Pawn (Ramirez #2: After being cleared in the death of a young boy in Cuba, detective Mike Ellis returns home to discover he's a suspect in his estranged wife's death. And Inspector Ramirez is dispatched to Ottawa to take custody of a Cuban priest apprehended with child pornography) $16.00
Bolton, S.J. Lost (Lacey Flint #3: Police detective Lacey Flint is on leave, but when a killer targets children in her neighborhood, putting her young neighbor Barney at risk, she has to get involved) $16.99
Bowen, Rhys City of Darkness and Light (Molly #13: To keep his family safe from a vengeful gang, Daniel sends Molly and Liam to Paris, where Molly becomes entangled in the murder of an Impressionist artist) $25.99
Box, C.J. Breaking Point (Joe Pickett #13: Two EPA employees have been murdered, and all signs point to local businessman Lyle Pendergast as the killer. It looks like Lyle's problems with the EPA just piled up until he snapped, but the more Joe Pickett looks into it, the more he begins to wonder) $9.99
Bradford, Laura Shunned and Dangerous (Claire Weatherly #3: PBO; Jakob Fisher was shunned by his Amish father for becoming a cop, which won't make it easy to investigate when Claire finds a corpse inside Mose Fisher's corn maze) $7.99
Brady, Kate Where Evil Waits (Mann Family #2: PBO; To protect herself and her son from a vengeful criminal mastermind, special prosecutor Kara Chandler turns for help to cartel hitman Luke Varon. She doesn't know he's a DEA agent, deep undercover) $8.00
Brown, Duffy Pearls and Poison (Consignment Shop #3: PBO; It's election time in Savannah, Georgia, and Reagan's mom is even in the polls with Kip 'Scummy' Seymour. But the dirty campaign is about to get filthier, with one candidate getting buried - six feet under) $7.99
Carlson, Alyse Keeping Mum (Garden Society #3: PBO; Cam and her friend Annie are planning a gala for a senate candidate, with a guest list including all the Roanoke elite. When a local tycoon turns up murdered, lots of the guests have motives, but only Annie's father is suspiciously missing. Can Cam figure out the real killer?) $7.99
Chandler, R/Black, B The Black-Eyed Blonde (1950s: Philip Marlowe is hired to find a missing man whose disappearance turns out to be merely the first in a series of bewildering events connected to one of Bay City's richest families) $27.00
Childs, Laura Sweet Tea Revenge (Tea Shop #14: When a murderer crashes a dear friend's wedding, Theodosia needs to sort out the suspects on the groom's side from the suspects on the bride's side) $7.99
Childs, Laura Steeped in Evil (Tea Shop #15: An invitation to a wine-tasting party at an upscale winery takes on a bitter aftertaste when the proprietor's son is found dead in one of the wine barrels. Dissatisfied with the police, the owner asks for Theodosia's help) $25.95
Cochran, Peg Iced to Death (Gourmet De-Lite #3: PBO; Gigi's sister Pia is visiting, and swooning over the handsome local bar owner. When he becomes a murder suspect, it's up to Gigi to catch the real killer) $7.99
Coonts, Deborah Lucky Bastard (Lucky O'Toole #4: The resort is hosting a car show; Lucky's day takes a turn for the worse when a woman's body is found on the hood of a Ferrari with a stiletto heel embedded in her carotid artery) $8.99
Coonts, Stephen Pirate Alley (Jake Grafton #11: A cruise ship has been captured by Somali pirates, but a captured Al Qaeda operative hints at a more dangerous conspiracy. Jake Grafton is assigned to negotiate with the pirate chief, while Tommy Carmellini and a team of operatives plan to save the hostages and keep the US from being maneuvered into war) $9.99
Cornell, Paul London Falling (Quill's Team #1: During an investigation, police officers Quill, Costain, Sefton, and Ross come into contact with an artifact that gives them the Sight. Armed with police instincts and procedures, they take on the otherworldly creatures secretly prowling London) $7.99
Crombie, Deborah The Sound of Broken Glass (Kincaid & James #15: Their first case on a Murder Investigation Team in South London takes DI Gemma James and newly promoted DS Melody Talbot to a seedy hotel where a respected barrister has been found naked, trussed, and apparently strangled) $13.99
Cussler, C/Scott, J The Striker (Isaac Bell #6: 1902: Hired to hunt for radical unionist saboteurs in the coal mines, Bell is witness to a terrible accident that makes him suspect that provocateurs were involved, and finds himself pitted against two ruthless, ambitious, cold-blooded opponents) $9.99
Cussler, C/Scott, J The Bootlegger (Isaac Bell #7: 1920: When Bell's boss and friend Joseph Van Dorn is nearly killed chasing a rum-runner, Bell swears to hunt down the lawbreakers; he finds himself up against a team of Bolshevik assassins and saboteurs intent on the overthrow of the US government) $27.95
D'Antonio, Michael Mortal Sins (Edgar Award finalist. Nonfiction. An account of the pedophilia scandal that has rocked the Roman Catholic Church) $15.99
Daeninckx, Didier Nazis in the Metro (A PI discovers that an elderly writer, beaten and left for dead, was working on a book exposing the scandals of a prominent Paris industrialist. The research had taken him into the political underworld, where communists and anarchists meet fascists, and plenty of those people might have wanted him dead) $14.95
Daheim, Mary The Alpine Xanadu (Emma Lord #24: Emma and her staff are working on a feature about a new rehab and mental health facility. And now that fool Wayne Eriks has climbed an electric pole in the middle of a storm and been electrocuted - but Sheriff Dodge doesn't think the death was an accident) $7.99
de Giovanni, Maurizio The Day of the Dead (Ricciardi #4: 1930s Naples: Commissario Ricciardi is investigating the death of a street urchin. His instincts tell him the boy was murdered, but his sixth sense is no help to him: the scene of the crime is silent. Has his gift finally faded? Or is something more sinister at work?) $18.00
Deaver, Jeffery Trouble in Mind (Collected Stories #3: Reprints several of his mystery and thriller stories, plus original stories featuring Lincoln Rhyme, Kathryn Dance, and more) $26.00
Dees, Cindy Close Pursuit (On a humanitarian mission in a war zone, Dr. Alex Peters and translator Katie McCloud unearth a scandal in the higher echelons of the military. Targeted by an unknown enemy, they have only each other to depend on) $7.99
Dionne, Erin Moxie and the Art of Rule Breaking (Kids; Edgar Award finalist. When she opens her front door to a mysterious stranger, suddenly Moxie is involved in Boston's biggest unsolved mystery: the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum art heist. Now she has two weeks to find the art, or she and the people she loves will be in big-time danger) $16.99
Eisler, Barry Graveyard of Memories (John Rain Prequel: Tokyo, 1972: When Rain finds himself in the crosshairs of Japan's most powerful yakuza clan, he strikes a deal with his CIA handler: take out a high-profile government target in exchange for the information Rain needs to eliminate his would-be executioners) $14.95
Evanovich, J/Goldberg, L The Heist (Kate O'Hare #1: What's an FBI agent to do after she's caught the world's most wanted - and irresistibly charming - con man? Partner up with him) $8.99
Evanovich, J/Goldberg, L The Chase (Kate O'Hare #2: FBI agent Kate O'Hare and con artist Nicolas Fox must work under the radar and against the clock to retrieve a rare Chinese artifact stolen from the Smithsonian by a former White House chief of staff) $28.00
Figueroa, Esther Limbo (Jamaican scientist Flora Smith dedicates her life to getting Jamaicans to care about the natural environment. When sand is stolen from a resort development owned by a wealthy donor to Flora's environmental organization, she becomes embroiled in corrupt politics, dirty money, and a murder) $24.95
Fluke, Joanne Blackberry Pie Murder (Hannah Swensen #19: After Hannah hits a man with her cookie truck, the autopsy reveals he dead before she hit him, his shirt covered with blackberry pie stains. Now Hannah's on the trail of a baker with a penchant for murder) $25.00
Force, Marie Fatal Affair (Sam Holland #1: DC cop Sam Holland hopes to salvage her career when she's assigned to investigate a senator's murder. Things get complicated when she has to team up with the senator's chief of staff, Nick Cappuano - they had a one-night stand years ago, and their chemistry still sizzles) $7.99
Freeman, Brian Spilled Blood (Thriller Award winner. In affluent Barron, a scientific research corporation enriches its residents, while downriver in blue-collar St. Croix, victims of that company's carcinogenic waste struggle to survive. The bad blood between the communities escalates into open warfare when the daughter of the corporation's president is found shot dead and a St. Croix girl is accused of the crime) $14.95
George, Elizabeth Believing the Lie (Lynley #17: At the request of the man's uncle, the influential Bernard Fairclough, Inspector Lynley is sent undercover to investigate the death of Ian Cresswell, even though it was ruled an accidental drowning. Lynley enlists the help of his friends Simon and Deborah St. James; the trio's digging reveals that the Fairclough clan is awash in secrets, lies, and motives) $7.99
Gerber, Daryl Wood Inherit the Word (Cookbook Nook #2: PBO; When an amateur competitor at the Grill Fest is murdered, it's up to Jenna to find which of the many cooks made the killer recipe) $7.99
Gerritsen, Tess Girl Missing (original title: Peggy Sue Got Murdered) (Revised edition. When medical examiner Kat Novak finds a mysterious drug in a corpse, the trail leads to the enigmatic president of Cygnus Pharmaceuticals) $9.99
Hale, Rebecca M. How to Paint a Cat (Cats & Curios #5: PBO; Rebecca, aided by her cats Rupert and Isabella, tries to follow her Uncle Oscar's painted clues on a trail that leads across San Francisco, all the while hoping that Oscar's sudden disappearance is unrelated to a murdered intern at City Hall) $7.99
Hall, Parnell Stakeout (Stanley Hastings #18: Stanley finally felt like a real PI, staking out a motel to get evidence on a cheating husband. Only the husband wasn't cheating, someone killed him, and the cops are trying to pin the murder on the man they apprehended at the scene: Stanley) $14.95
Hallinan, Timothy The Fame Thief (Junior Bender #3: Junior is hauled in for a meeting with Hollywood's scariest mob boss turned movie mogul, who wants him to find out who destroyed a starlet's career by taking compromising photos of her. It happened over 60 years ago, but Junior starts digging, and finds that some vendettas never die - they only get more dangerous) $14.95
Harp, Anderson Retribution (Will Parker #1: PBO; Operative Will Parker must hunt down a terrorist with a stolen nuke) $9.99
Harris, C.S. What Darkness Brings (Sebastian St. Cyr #8: 1812: When his ex-lover Kat's husband is accused of murdering a diamond merchant, aristocrat Sebastian St. Cyr and his wife Hero are drawn into the investigation. Sebastian finds his marriage tested by the shadows of his first love, especially when he begins to suspect that Kat is keeping secrets) $7.99
Harris, C.S. Why Kings Confess (Sebastian St. Cyr #9: 1813: As the gruesome murder of a young French physician draws Sebastian and Hero into a decades-old mystery, Sebastian must face the truth about an incident from his past) $24.95
Havill, Steven F. Race for the Dying (Thomas Parks #1: 1891: Young Dr. Thomas Parks discovers that the physician who has invited Thomas to join his practice is engaged in fraudulent mail-order diagnosis) $14.95
Jackson, Lisa Tell Me (Pierce Reed #3: When crucial testimony is recanted, a woman accused of murdering her own daughter is set free. Reporter Nikki Gillette is determined to get to the truth - the victim was her friend. And detective Pierce Reed is worried for Nikki's safety, because somehow the murder connects to Nikki's own fractured family) $7.99
Jager, Eric Blood Royal (Nonfiction. A story of conspiracy, crime, and an increasingly desperate hunt for the truth, as the Provost of Paris, Guillaume de Tignonville, investigates the 1407 murder of Louis of Orleans, who often ruled in place of his mad brother King Charles VI) $29.00
Jardine, Quintin Funeral Note (Bob Skinner #22: After a tip-off, a man's body is exhumed from a shallow grave in Edinburgh. He died of natural causes - case closed? Chief Constable Skinner and his people keep investigating. Who was the man, and who buried him?) $12.95
Jones, Stephen (ed) Psychomania (Anthology; horror and crime stories featuring deranged killers) $14.95
Karlen, Neal Augie's Secrets: The Minneapolis Mob and the King of the Hennepin Strip (Nonfiction. Karlen, Augie Ratner's great-nephew, reveals the seamy underside of Minneapolis in the 1940s and 1950s. Jewish mobsters controlled the liquor trade, invented the point spread in sports betting, and ran national sports gambling operations. Even after Mayor Hubert H. Humphrey supposedly cleaned up the town, organized crime quietly flourished. And Augie was at the center, observing it all) $16.95
Kelly, Mary Louise Anonymous Sources (The son of a Washington power broker falls from a Harvard bell tower. Did he jump, or was he pushed? As reporter Alexandra James follows leads, she begins to grasp that the young man may have been killed to hide a conspiracy within the White House itself) $16.00
Kestin, Hesh The Lie (Israeli attorney Dahlia Barr is offered a government position: arbiter of when to use harsh interrogation methods. With no intention of permitting torture, she takes the job. Then Dahlia's soldier son is kidnapped by Hezbollah. And the one man who may hold the key to his rescue is an Arab locked in a cell in police headquarters. He's not talking) $24.00
Koppel, Hans Never Coming Back (When his wife doesn't come home one night, Mike Zetterburg battles suspicion from the police as well as his own despair, unaware that she is still alive, drawn into a twisted plot of revenge) $14.95
Krueger, William Kent Ordinary Grace (Edgar Award finalist. In the summer of 1961, Frank Drum was thirteen, living in a small Minnesota town, with his Methodist minister father, artistic mother, talented sister, and kid brother. When tragedy unexpectedly comes to call on his family, Frank finds himself thrust into an adult world full of secrets, lies, adultery, and betrayal) $16.00
Kuhns, Eleanor Death of a Dyer (Will Rees #2: 1790s Maine: Will Rees is back on his farm, living contentedly with his teenaged son David and housekeeper Lydia. When he's asked to look into an old friend's murder, he quickly discovers that everyone - from the dead man's wife to his son to the shy serving girl - is hiding something) $15.99
Lyle, Dixie A Taste Fur Murder (Foxtrot Lancaster #1: PBO; Foxtrot manages a mansion, a private zoo, and anything else that takes her eccentric employer's fancy. And now she's seeing animal spirits. Like ectoplasmic dog Tiny, who changes breeds with a shake of his tail. And her cat Tango was dead, but has returned alive - it's that 'nine lives' thing - and is communicating telepathically. When a coworker drops dead, can Foxtrot and her companions ferret out the killer?) $7.99
MacRae, Molly Spinning in her Grave (Haunted Yarn Shop #3: PBO; When a local baker is shot by a modern-day gun during a historical reenactment, was Kath's shop the murderer's hideout? Kath, her TGIF pals, and gloomy ghost Geneva must unravel the mystery quickly) $7.99
Marshall, Michael We Are Here (At Penn Station, David bumps into a stranger who follows him and his wife back to where they live. Before long, David realizes this man wants something very personal from him, that he may have no choice but to surrender) $15.00
McKevett, G.A. Killer Honeymoon (Savannah Reed #18: Finding a corpse on the beach was not what plus-sized PI Savannah Reid and her husband planned for their honeymoon. The local police clearly don't want Savannah's help, but what she discovers when she does a little digging could blow the case wide open) $7.99
McKinty, Adrian In the Morning I'll Be Gone (Troubles #3: Belfast, 1980s: MI5 recruits Catholic cop Sean Duffy to track down an IRA bomber who has escaped from Maze Prison) $15.95
Meier, Leslie Easter Bunny Murder (Lucy Stone #19: Covering the annual Easter egg hunt is always one of Lucy's favorite assignments, but not this year: a man dressed as the Easter Bunny has just dropped dead) $7.99
Millett, Larry Strongwood: A Crime Dossier (Based on an actual case. Minneapolis, 1903: Michael Masterton claims he's in love with Addie Strongwood, a working-class girl with an interesting past and a mind of her own. Then their relationship begins to disintegrate, until, amid allegations of seduction, rape, and blackmail, Michael is shot dead and Addie goes on trial for first-degree murder. But was it really self-defense? Sherlock Holmes and Shadwell Rafferty play crucial roles in the unraveling of the case; Signed copies expected) $24.95
Mina, Denise The Red Road (Alex Morrow #4: Police detective Alex Morrow is serving as a witness in an arms dealer's trial, where the case hinges on his fingerprints found on the guns he sells. When the investigation leads to a privileged Scottish lawyer who's expecting to be assassinated after a money laundering scheme goes bad, and a woman who's spying on the people who put her in jail, Morrow has her hands full) $26.00
Ohlsson, Kristina The Disappeared (Frederika Bergman #3: Bergman and her team investigate when bodies are found buried in a forest glade in a Stockholm suburb. With the killer still at large, whose body will turn up next?) $25.00
Oswald, James Natural Causes (Tony McLean #1: A victim's mutilated body, carefully arranged, is discovered in a room that has lain sealed for 60 years. Meanwhile, Edinburgh is horrified by a series of killings for which there appears to be neither rhyme nor reason. DI Tony McLean is convinced that all the cases are connected) $13.95
Parker, R/Atkins, A Wonderland (Spenser #41: Boxing trainer Henry Cimoli asks Spenser for help: a developer is trying to buy Henry's condo, and sent thugs to move the process along. Spenser and his apprentice Sixkill find a trail leading to a mysterious woman, a Las Vegas kingpin, and a plan to turn a chunk of land north of Boston into a casino) $9.99
Parker, Richard Stalk Me (After surviving the car crash that killed her husband, Mary learns that the man driving the car in front of them vanished from the scene, and the car was registered under a false name. Now someone is murdering the people who used their phones to record the crash scene) $14.99
Parshall, Sandra Poisoned Ground (Rachel Goddard #6: When a development company sets its sights on Mason County, Virginia, for a sprawling resort for the rich, veterinarian Rachel Goddard sides with locals reluctant to sell their land, complicating the life of her new husband, Sheriff Tom Bridger. When a couple is gunned down on the farm they refused to sell, it seems supporters will stop at nothing to ensure the success of the resort) $14.95
Passman, Don The Amazing Harvey (When he's falsely accused of murder, smart-aleck stage magician Harvey Kendall sets out to vindicate himself and find the real killer) $25.99
Patterson, James Alex Cross, Run (Alex Cross #19: A top plastic surgeon is renowned for his 'industry parties', bringing in underage dancers and models for nights of drugs, drink, and sex. That is, until detective Alex Cross busts one of the soirees. Now the doctor will do anything to avoid prison. And three mutilation murders are keeping Cross so busy that he hasn't noticed he's being stalked) $10.00
Patterson, James Nevermore (Maximum Ride #8: Kids; The two biggest threats that humankind has ever known are combining forces in a plot to destroy the world, and it's up to Max and the Flock to stop them) $10.00
Pendleton, Don (creator) Amazon Impunity (Executioner #424: PBO; In Brazil to take down a drug lord, Bolan is caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse with cartel soldiers) $5.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Terror Ballot (SuperBolan #164: PBO; When France's presidential elections are hijacked by terrorists, fueling anti- foreigner extremists, Mack Bolan answers the call of duty) $6.99
Persson, Leif G.W. Free Falling, As If in a Dream (Fall of the Welfare State #3: 2007: With retirement approaching, Lars Martin Johansson puts together a trusted team and reopens the files on the unsolved murder of Prime Minister Olof Palme. But the closer they get to the truth, the more Johansson compromises the greater good for personal gain) $27.95
Peterson, Linda Lee Edited to Death (Maggie Fiori #1: When murder strikes at the offices of the chic San Francisco magazine where she works, editor and amateur sleuth Maggie Fiori investigates) $14.95
Peterson, Linda Lee The Devil's Interval (Maggie Fiori #2: After a limo driver is convicted of murdering a socialite, Maggie digs into the world of San Francisco's elite as she fights to prove the man is innocent) $15.00
Phelps, M. William Obsessed (PBO; Nonfiction. When the man of her dreams begins seeing a co-worker, Sheila Davalloo uses a knife to eliminate her rival) $7.99
Pirro, Jeanine Clever Fox (Dani Fox #2: Prosecutor Dani Fox's investigation into the murder of a Mafia capo's daughter goes from tricky to downright dangerous) $8.00
Pope, Barbara Corrado The Missing Italian Girl (Bernard Martin #3: 1897: A young Russian and two young women throw a man's dead body into a Paris canal, and the girls flee to hide with one of the Russian's anarchist comrades. They do not realize that they are being watched. Their disappearance and the violent acts that follow will set magistrate Bernard Martin and his wife on a dangerous quest to rescue them from a killer) $14.95
Raybourn, Deanna City of Jasmine (1920: Evie lost her husband when the Lusitania sank - at least, that's what she thought until someone sent her a recent photo of him. She heads for Damascus, where she finds him undercover at a dig; they set off across the desert in search of an ancient relic) $14.95
Reed, Mary/Mayer, Eric Ten for Dying (John the Lord Chamberlain #10: 548 CE: As an Egyptian magician tries to raise Empress Theodora from the dead, demons vanish with one of the city's holiest relics. Before Felix, Captain of the Palace Guard, can begin to hunt for it, someone deposits a corpse at his house. It seems half the city wants to possess the relic, see Felix dead, or both. As he fights for survival, unsure who his enemies are, or even if they are human, the exiled John lends a hand from afar) $14.95
Robb, J.D. Thankless in Death (Eve Dallas #38: Lt. Eve Dallas investigates the brutal slayings of a couple; the evidence points to their adult son. Now, with the money he's stolen and a long list of grievances, he's planning to make his mark on the world) $7.99
Robertson, Michael The Baker Street Translation (Heath Brothers #3: Robert Buxton, Reggie Heath's rival for the love of Laura Rankin, has gone missing. Reggie must suss things out before an upcoming royal event. If he doesn't, something very bad will happen to everyone at the event - and to Laura) $15.99
Robinson, Gina Love Another Day (Agent Ex #5: PBO; After years working on CIA cover stories and logistics, Mal has been wanting to try some fieldwork, but posing as her ex's girlfriend? Hardly a dream assignment. Especially when his mission is to seduce an enemy agent) $7.99
Robinson, Jeremy Island 731 (A research vessel battered by a raging storm ends up at Island 731, the former home of Japan's World War II human experimentation program. Only the program was never decommissioned - and crew members are starting to disappear) $7.99
Robinson, Peter Watching the Dark (Alan Banks #20: When a DI is murdered and compromising photos are found in his room, DCI Banks finds a link that takes him to Estonia to search for the truth about an English girl's disappearance there 6 years ago. Back in Eastvale, other clues lead DI Cabbot to a migrant labor scam involving corrupt bureaucrats and a loan shark) $14.99
Russell, S. Thomas Take, Burn or Destroy (UK title: A Ship of War) (Charles Hayden #3: 1794: Ordered to destroy a French frigate sailing from Le Havre and gather intelligence from a royalist spy, Hayden learns of French plans to invade England. The enemy is lying in wait as they attempt to return to Portsmouth to give warning, and a dangerous chase out into the Atlantic sends them into the clutches of a French squadron) $17.00
Ryan, Annelise Board Stiff (Mattie Winston #5: PBO; Wisconsin deputy coroner Mattie Winston investigates the death of a nursing home board member; rumor has it he was offing residents who cost him too much) $7.99
Sax, Elise Love Game (Gladie Burger #3: PBO; Luanda, a so-called psychic, is pilfering matchmaking clients. Granny Zelda wants Gladie to prove Luanda is a fake, but Gladie's attention is diverted when the murder of a local real estate flipper is followed by an attempt on Luanda's life) $7.99
Saylor, Steven Raiders of the Nile (Roma sub Rosa Prequel #2: Alexandria, 88 BCE: Needing a way to ransom his kidnapped slave Bethesda, 22-year-old Gordianus finds himself involved in a raid to steal the golden sarcophagus of Alexander the Great) $26.99
Spindler, Erica Justice for Sara (Ten years after her sister's murder, an anonymous letter brings Kat back to her Louisiana hometown to search for justice. In a place filled with suspicion and secrets, she has only one ally, Sergeant Luke Tanner) $7.99
Stein, Triss Brooklyn Graves (Erica Donato #2: When a family man without an enemy in the world is murdered, Erica's friendship with his family compels her to help. Soon secrets begin to emerge in unexpected places - too many people have hidden histories and hidden agendas) $14.95
Stevens, Taylor The Doll (Vanessa Munroe #3: Munroe goes up against a human trafficking ring run by a shadowy figure known as the Doll Maker) $14.00
Strukul, Matteo The Ballad of Mila (Mila Zago Novel #1: Novel based on the Italian comic book series. Traumatized in her youth, her father killed before her eyes, bounty hunter Mila Zago plans to cut the Mafia down to size - one limb at a time) $7.99
Swanson, Denise Dead Between the Lines (Dime Store #3: PBO; To keep the store in the black, Dev hosts local clubs, including a book club. Which leads to Dev doing some sleuthing when a visiting poet turns up dead outside the store) $7.99
Tanenbaum, Robert K. Tragic (Butch Karp #25: Union leader Charlie Vitelli has clawed his way to the top. When rival Vince Carlotta accuses Vitelli of embezzlement and election rigging, then turns up dead, it doesn't take a genius to figure out that Vitelli is involved. But DA Butch Karp may die trying to prove it in court) $9.99
Thoft, Ingrid Loyalty (In a family of high-powered lawyers, Fina is a law school dropout who works as the family firm's PI. When her sister-in-law disappears, she is caught up in a case unlike any she's worked before) $9.99
Thompson, James Helsinki Blood (Kari Vaara #4: Kari Vaara is approached by an Estonian woman who begs him to find her daughter, a young woman with Down syndrome who was promised work and a better life in Finland, and has since disappeared) $15.00
Thomson, Keith Seven Grams of Lead (PBO; A Capitol Hill staffer has contacted journalist Russ Thornton, wanting to disclose some government secrets. When she's gunned down before his eyes, Thornton finds himself in a deadly game with the killer. The stakes are life and death and the technology so sophisticated that he wouldn't believe it existed - if it weren't implanted in his own head) $7.99
Walker, Martin The Resistance Man (Bruno #6: A veteran of the Resistance dies, leaving behind documents that connect him to a train robbery. A former British spymaster's estate is burglarized. A home is broken into just as the owner is finishing a book on France's nuclear weapons program. An antiques dealer is found murdered, and his former lover, the number one suspect, is on the run. As police chief Bruno investigates, he begins to suspect the crimes are somehow linked; in this part of France, the past is never really past) $25.95
White, Randy Wayne Bone Deep (Doc Ford #21: When a Crow Indian acquaintance asks Tomlinson to help recover a stolen relic, Doc Ford is happy to tag along. The search takes them to Central Florida's Bone Valley, where neither the black marketeers nor the phosphate strip-miners tolerate nosy outsiders) $26.95

EXPECTED MID MARCH

Berk, Josh Strike Three, You're Dead (Lenny & the Mikes #1: Kids; Edgar Award finalist. When a young pitcher drops dead on the mound at a Phillies game, the verdict is heart attack. But Lenny suspects there's more going on, so he and his best friends Mike and Other Mike set out to investigate) $6.99
Betto, Frei Hotel Brasil (At a family hotel in Rio de Janeiro, residents are being murdered and decapitated, but the police are finding few leads or clues worth pursuing) $14.95
Bonner, Brynn Death in Reel Time (Family History #2: PBO; Sophreena and Esme expect to have an easy time tracing Olivia Clement's family tree. But after Olivia's son-in-law is murdered, as they try to find out more about the 1940s disappearance of Olivia's father, they discover that the events of the past are shedding light on the present) $15.00
Box, C.J. Stone Cold (Joe Pickett #14: Everything about the man is a mystery: the massive ranch, the women who live with him, the secret philanthropies, the private airstrip, the sudden disappearances. And the persistent rumors that the man's wealth comes from killing people. Assigned by the governor to find out the truth, Joe Pickett discovers a lot more than he bargained for) $26.95
Caspary, Vera The Man Who Loved His Wife (Reissue; When Fletcher marries a younger woman, he can't imagine a more passionate union. Then an illness destroys his confidence, and all he can picture is her next affair. He keeps a diary of his fantasized suspicions, making his impending suicide look like murder) $13.95
Clark, Mary Higgins Daddy's Gone a Hunting (A dark secret from a family's past threatens the lives of sisters Kate and Hannah Connelly) $7.99
Coben, Harlan Missing You (When she finds an old flame's profile on an online dating site, NYPD detective Kat Donovan contacts him. But her romantic hopes darken into suspicion and terror as a conspiracy comes to light that preys upon the most vulnerable, and the body count rises) $27.95
Cornwell, Bernard Agincourt audiobook (Unabridged) $19.99
Davidson, Hilary Evil in All Its Disguises (Lily Moore #3: On a press trip to an Acapulco resort, a deadly trap is set - and travel journalist Lily Moore is the bait) $15.99
Edwardson, Ake Room No. 10 (Erik Winter #7: A woman is found hanged in a Gothenburg hotel room, leaving behind a puzzling note. As he works the case, Inspector Winter recalls that one of his first cases concerned a young woman who disappeared from the same hotel room. He becomes convinced that the missing woman was also murdered - possibly by the same killer) $15.99
Estleman, Loren D. Don't Look for Me (Amos Walker #23: First a woman is missing, then bodies start showing up. PI Amos Walker is up to his neck in dames, drugs, and murder - again) $26.99
Ford, Jamie Songs of Willow Frost (After glimpsing an actress onscreen, 12-year-old William Eng is convinced she is his mother. He and his friend Charlotte escape from their orphanage to search for her; they must survive on the streets of Depression-era Seattle as they confront the mysteries of William's past and his connection to film star Willow Frost) $15.00
Gee, Poppy Bay of Fires (A holiday visit to her parent's tiny Tasmanian town is shattered when Sarah finds a young woman's body on the shore. A year earlier, another woman went missing, and hasn't been seen since. Is there a killer in this quiet harbor?) $15.00
George, Elizabeth The Edge of the Water (Becca King #2: YA; Still on the run from her criminal stepfather, Becca is living in a secret location that even her boyfriend Derric doesn't know. But strange things are happening on Whidbey Island, and Becca is drawn into the maelstrom as secrets of past and present are revealed and Becca becomes aware of her growing paranormal powers) $18.99
Gray, J/Swift, A Furry Towers (Guinea Pigs Online #2: Kids; Furry Towers promises the best food and fabulous facilities for guinea pigs, but when Fuzzy and Coco arrive, they find themselves in a smelly old hutch with moldy lettuce to eat. When it becomes clear that something sinister is going on at Furry Towers, can the friends save the day?) $12.95
Griffiths, Elly A Dying Fall (Galloway & Nelson #5: After a colleague is murdered, forensic archeologist Ruth Galloway is invited to Lancashire to examine the bones he found. But the campus is living in fear of a right-wing group, and the bones have vanished. Who is willing to kill to keep the bones a secret? DCI Nelson is drawn into the investigation) $14.95
Griffiths, Elly The Outcast Dead (Galloway & Nelson #6: Ruth Galloway's recent dig turned up the body of a Victorian murderess. Now Ruth is the reluctant star of TV series 'Women Who Kill'. Meanwhile, three children have been found dead in their home, and DCI Harry Nelson is sure that the mother is responsible, until another child is abducted and a kidnapper dubbed the Childminder claims responsibility. Is the Childminder behind all the deaths?) $27.00
Hart, Erin The Book of Killowen (Gavin & Maguire #4: MN Book Award finalist. Archaeologist Cormac Maguire and pathologist Nora Gavin are back in the bogs, investigating a 9th-century body found buried in the trunk of a car. Pinned beneath it is the body of a philosopher who disappeared months ago. Both men were viciously murdered, but centuries apart, so how did they end up buried together?) $16.00
Herron, Mick Slow Horses (Slough House #1: A young man is abducted, and his kidnappers threaten to broadcast his beheading live on the Internet. Is the victim who he first appears to be? How are the kidnappers connected with a disgraced journalist? The disgraced MI5 agents of London's Slough House look for answers) $9.99
Jia, Mai Decoded (An autistic math genius, recruited into a top-secret unit, becomes China's greatest cryptographer, only to discover that the mastermind behind a maddeningly difficult code is his former teacher and friend, now working for an enemy power) $26.00
Jungstedt, Mari The Dead of Summer (Anders Knutas #5: With Anders Knutas on vacation, assistant commissioner Karin Jacobsson must lead the investigation into the murder of a young father on a Gotland beach) $14.95
Leon, Donna The Golden Egg (Brunetti #22: To please his wife, Commissario Brunetti investigates the death of a mentally handicapped man who has just died of a sleeping pill overdose. Surprisingly, he finds the man had no birth certificate, no passport - as far as the government is concerned, the man never existed. As secrets unravel, Brunetti suspects an aristocratic family might be connected to the death. But why would anyone want this sweet, simple-minded man dead?) $15.00
Lescroart, John The Ophelia Cut (Dismas Hardy #17: When Brittany is raped by a possessive ex-boyfriend, the man turns up dead within 24 hours. When her father Moses McGuire is arrested for the crime, Dismas Hardy is hired to defend his brother-in-law) $9.99
Lutz, Lisa The Next Generation (HC title: The Last Word) (Spellmans #6: After Izzy's hostile takeover of Spellman Investigations, Izzy's parents go on strike. Her sister Rae comes back into the family business with questionable motivations. And before long, Izzy finds herself accused of embezzling from a former client) $15.00
Lyndon, Robert Imperial Fire (The mercenary Vallon is sent by the defeated Byzantine emperor on a secret and near-impossible quest to the distant land of Song Dynasty China, seeking the destructive might of a new weapon: gunpowder) $27.00
MacBride, Stuart Close to the Bone (Logan McRae #8: Someone's leaving little knots of bones outside DI McRae's house, but he has bigger things to worry about. Rival drug gangs are fighting; two teen lovers are missing; someone's crippling Asian immigrants; and Logan's been lumbered with an ambitious new DS, a mountain of paperwork, and unwelcome attention from his superiors and the local crime boss) $12.99
Mackenzie, Jassy Pale Horses (Jade de Jong #4: Johannesburg, South Africa: When a woman falls to her death while attempting to parachute off a newly built skyscraper, her partner insists it was no accident, and hires PI Jade de Jong to uncover the truth) $14.95
Monday, T.T. The Setup Man (Johnny Adcock is an aging Major League pitcher who moonlights as a PI. When a teammate confides that he has a problem with his wife, what sounded like a marriage gone sour quickly turns into a deadly case involving murder, porn, Mexican cartels, and pro-ball intrigue) $24.95
Patterson, J/Ellis, D Mistress (Ben is a man consumed by his obsessions: movies, motorcycles, presidential trivia, and Diana Hotchkiss, a beautiful woman Ben knows he can never have. When Diana is found dead outside her apartment, Ben is determined to find out what happened to her) $16.00
Pavone, Chris The Accident (A manuscript full of shocking revelations and disturbing truths puts literary agent Isabel Reed, eager to publish it, on a collision course with veteran CIA station chief Hayden Gray, who will stop at nothing to keep it from seeing the light of day. As they try to outwit each other, the anonymous author watches from afar) $26.00
Quartey, Kwei Murder at Cape Three Points (Darko Dawson #3: Months ago, a married couple, pillars of their coastal community, were murdered. The rural police have made no headway on the case, so the federal police send DI Darko Dawson to investigate) $26.95
Steinhauer, Olen The Cairo Affair (At the American embassy in Hungary, minutes after Sophie Kohl confesses to her husband that she had an affair while they were in Cairo, he is shot in the head and killed. Stan Bertolli, a Cairo-based CIA agent, feels his heart skips a beat when he hears the voice of the only woman he ever truly loved, calling to ask why her husband has been assassinated. When the murder of a US diplomat in Hungary sends ripples all the way to Cairo, Egyptian intelligence operative Omar Halawi must follow the fallout wherever it leads. US analyst Jibril Aziz knows more than anyone about a covert operation the CIA rejected. So when it appears someone else has obtained a copy of the blueprints, Jibril alone knows the danger it represents; Signed copies expected) $26.99
Stevenson, Steve The Eiffel Tower Incident (Agatha: Girl of Mystery #5: PBO; Kids; A Russian diplomat's final words send Agatha and Dash through the busy streets of Paris to track down the culprit) $5.99
Temple, Peter White Dog (Jack Irish #4: Reissue; Ned Kelly Award winner. Jack has a new job, hunting for evidence that might save sculptor Sarah Longmore from a murder rap) $14.95
Vachss, Andrew Aftershock (The small coastal town seems idyllic. But when the star pitcher of the girls' softball team guns down the most popular boy in school, the shockwaves reverberate far beyond the school's walls. In the wake of the killing, two of the town's newer residents are determined to get to the truth of the incident - and to whatever town secret the shooter is guarding) $15.95
Westlake, Donald E. The Comedy Is Finished (1977: America is finally getting over the nightmares of Watergate and Vietnam. But not everyone is ready to let go. When radicals kidnap a popular comedian, threatening to kill him unless some of their cohorts are released from prison, the FBI jumps on the case - with bloody consequences) $7.99
Williams, Timothy Another Sun (Newly assigned to the island of Guadeloupe, French-born judge Anne Marie Laveaud is called in to make a ruling on a seemingly open-and-shut murder case. She must navigate the unfamiliar Caribbean justice system to confirm her suspicions that all is not as it seems) $9.99

EXPECTED EARLY APRIL

Albert, Susan Wittig Widow's Tears (China Bayles #21: While her friend Ruby investigates a supposedly haunted B&B, China walks into a storm of trouble in nearby Pecan Springs when the bank is robbed and a teller is killed. Before she can identify the killers, China is drawn into the mystery of the haunted house, and opens the door on some very real danger) $7.99
Albert, Susan Wittig Death Come Quickly (China Bayles #22: Karen Prior was involved with a documentary about a 15-year-old murder case, which ended with the suspect's acquittal. When she dies as the result of a mugging, China wonders if the same person could be responsible for both deaths) $25.95
Allan, Barbara Antiques Chop (Trash 'n' Treasures #7: Brandy and Vivian are starring in a reality TV show based on their adventures with antiques and crime-solving. And what better set than a house that was the site of a decades-old unsolved ax murder? Then the producer turns up dead) $7.99
Allen, Beverly Bloom and Doom (Bridal Bouquet #1: PBO; Audrey is designing a bouquet for her childhood friend Jenny, who has snagged the town's most eligible bachelor. When he's found dead, sprinkled with bits of bouquet, Jenny is a suspect, and Audrey decides to dig for the truth) $7.99
Archer, Connie A Roux of Revenge (Soup Lover's #3: PBO; The town is full of itinerant travelers working at the Harvest Festival, and one newcomer seems to take a particular interest in Lucky's young server Janie. Is he stalking her? After a stranger is murdered, and Janie is put in harm's way, Lucky teams up with the travelers to turn up the heat on the killer) $7.99
Atherton, Nancy Aunt Dimity and the Lost Prince (Aunt Dimity #18: With Aunt Dimity's otherworldly guidance, Lori's search for the true owner of a finely wrought silver sleigh figurine leads her to a tangled web of secrets stretching back to the blood-drenched soil of the Russian Revolution) $14.00
Baldacci, David King and Maxwell (King & Maxwell #6: Teenager Tyler Wingo asks Sean and Michelle to investigate his soldier father's death. He was reported killed in Afghanistan, but Tyler received a communication from him after his supposed death. The deeper they dig, the more questions they uncover) $16.00
Barr, Nevada Destroyer Angel (Anna Pigeon #18: Anna's canoe trip in upstate Minnesota goes harrowingly wrong when armed thugs capture her friends) $26.99
Bell, Ted Warriors (Alex Hawke #8: As the US and China move dangerously close to nuclear war, counterspy Alex Hawke must rescue a kidnapped US scientist) $27.99
Blake, Richard The Curse of Babylon (Aelric #6: 615 CE: Aelric, the young adventurer from England, now dominates the city of Constantinople. He is pushing forward reforms that are the Roman Empire's only hope of survival. But a vengeful Persian tyrant is preparing a blow to annihilate the Empire) $13.95
Bond, Larry Shattered Trident (Jerry Mitchell #4: A Chinese attack on a Vietnamese merchant ship starts a war in the western Pacific. To buy the US time to resolve the crisis through diplomacy, Jerry Mitchell's submarine squadron is ordered to interfere with the attacks of both sides in the conflict) $9.99
Bourbon, Melissa A Killing Notion (Magical Dressmaking #5: PBO; Harlow uses her magical talents to make homecoming dresses for several girls, including her boyfriend's daughter Gracie. When Gracie's date is accused of murder, Harlow must helps Gracie clear the football player's name) $7.99
Brightwell, Emily Mrs. Jeffries Pleads the Fifth: Mrs. Jeffries Takes the Cake / Mrs. Jeffries Rocks the Boat / Mrs. Jeffries Weeds the Plot (Mrs. Jeffries #13 / #14 / #15: Reissue; Omnibus reprint; 3 Victorian mysteries featuring the sleuthing housekeeper of a Scotland Yard inspector) $17.00
Burton, Jeffrey The Chessman (Hidden forces are willing to kill any and all who stand in the way of untold billions. To toss the authorities off track, they borrow the MO of a serial killer who stalked Washington, DC, years ago. A brilliant ruse except for one minor detail: the real killer is not pleased. Former FBI agent Drew Cady finds himself sucked back into the case that almost took his life) $14.95
Burton, Mary You're Not Safe (PBO; The broken body hanging from a tree in the Texas hill country, the frozen figure huddled in a meat locker. What seem like suicides are far more sinister, and the terror is only beginning) $7.99
Calkins, Susanna A Murder at Rosamund's Gate (Lucy Campion #1: 17th century England: Lucy Campion's life is an endless round of household chores, until a fellow servant is killed and Lucy's brother is arrested for the crime. Her quest to identify the true murderer takes Lucy into raucous printing shops, secretive gypsy camps, the foul streets of London, and even the bowels of Newgate Prison) $15.99
Cameron, Christian Killer of Men (Long War #1: As the Greeks begin to flex their muscles against the Persian empire, young Arimnestos finds himself betrayed into slavery by a jealous cousin, and discovers he has a talent that pays well in this new, violent world: he can fight and kill) $14.95
Cameron, Christian Tyrant (Tyrant #1: Exiled from Athens, Kineas agrees to lead a band of veterans to Olbia, where the Tyrant is offering good money to train the city's cavalry. Kineas and his men find they have stumbled into a deadly maze of intrigue as the Tyrant plots to use them as pawns in his struggle against the dread military might of Macedon) $14.95
Camilleri, Andrea Hunting Season (In 1880s Vigata, a stranger comes to town to open a pharmacy. Fofo turns out to be the son of a man legendary for having a magic garden stocked with plants that could cure any ailment - a man who was found murdered years ago. Fofo escaped, but has now reappeared, hoping to make his fortune. He soon finds himself mixed up in the dealings of a philandering local marchese intent on producing an heir) $15.00
Campbell, Colin Montecito Heights (Resurrection Man #2: PBO; Jim Grant is done in Yorkshire. Now he's working off the books in LA, helping a senator's daughter get out of the porn business, and a ring of dirty cops want him dead) $14.99
Cannell, Dorothy Murder at Mullings (Edward Stodmarsh makes an ill-advised second marriage to the scheming Regina Stapleton, who insists on bringing her family's 'ornamental hermit' to live on the estate. Strange but harmless, thinks housekeeper Florence Norris - until a sudden, violent death occurs) $28.95
Carmack, Amanda Murder at Westminster Abbey (Kate Haywood #2: PBO; 1559: At Elizabeth's royal court in London, musician Kate Haywood befriends Lady Mary Everley. Mary is very close to Elizabeth, they even resemble each other - which makes Mary's murder all the more chilling. When another redhead is murdered, Kate follows the trail of a killer whose grievance can only be answered with royal blood) $7.99
Chapman, Brenda Cold Mourning (Stonechild & Rouleau #1: When a wealthy businessman disappears into thin air - with more than enough people wanting him dead - Kala Stonechild is tasked with returning him home. From a First Nations reserve, Stonechild is used to working alone and surviving on her wits. Her new boss, Ottawa police detective Jacques Rouleau, will have his hands full controlling her, his team, and an investigation that keeps threatening to go off track) $14.99
Child, Lee Never Go Back (Jack Reacher #17: Returning to Virginia, Reacher finds himself drafted back into the Army, facing a case that digs deep into his past) $9.99
Clark, Marcia Killer Ambition (Rachel Knight #3: When the daughter of a billionaire director is found murdered, LA DA Rachel Knight must face down the murderously ambitious side of Hollywood) $8.00
Clark, Mary Higgins I've Got You Under My Skin (A new TV series will gather an unsolved murder victim's friends and family, who have lived under suspicion for years. Paid to reenact events on TV, each will have a chance to prove innocence - unless, of course, someone is guilty) $26.99
Condon, Matthew The Toe Tag Quintet (Five novellas. In his prime, a Sydney detective collared some of the most murderous criminals in Australia. Now he has retired to the Gold Coast - but so have many of the criminals he once pursued. In post-retirement pursuit of justice, he finds himself shot, knocked out, tortured, and thrown from buildings) $16.95
Cook, J.J. (Lavene) Death on Eat Street (Biscuit Bowl #1: PBO; After buying a used food truck, Zoe Chase is soon dishing out classic Southern food in Mobile, Alabama. When a food truck rival turns up dead inside Zoe's truck, she'll have to find the real killer before she gets burned) $7.99
Corby, Gary Sacred Games (Nicolaos #3: 460 BCE: Nico's best friend Timodemus is competing at the Olympics in the pankration, a deadly martial art. His only serious rival is Parmonos from Sparta. When Parmonos is found beaten to death, the Judges are sure Timodemus is the killer - who else could have killed such a great fighter? Nico and Diotima have four days to save their friend from a death sentence) $15.95
Corris, Peter The Dunbar Case (Cliff Hardy #39: PI Cliff Hardy's latest case has him looking for the connection between a famous 19th century shipwreck and a multi-million dollar heist) $14.95
Crompton, Richard Hour of the Red God (Mollel #1: Nairobi, Kenya, 2007: Detective Mollel, a former Maasai warrior, investigates the brutal murder of a Maasai prostitute) $16.00
Cronin, Doreen The First Misadventure (Chicken Squad #1: Kids; Meet the Chicken Squad: Dirt, Sugar, Poppy, and Sweetie. Not your typical barnyard puffs of fluff, they are not about to spend their days just pecking chicken feed and chasing bugs - they're too busy solving mysteries) $12.99
Daheim, Mary Gone with the Win (Bed & Breakfast #28: Someone from Judith's past comes knocking: Ruby's mother was strangled years before, soon after her divorce from Ruby's father, and the killer is still at large. Undaunted, Judith agrees to help Ruby) $7.99
Daheim, Mary The Alpine Yeoman (Emma Lord #25: When a deputy takes a leave of absence and hightails it out of town, his disappearing act reveals a shocking link to an unidentified corpse that leads journalist Emma Lord and Sheriff Milo Dodge down a dangerous road, revealing a dark secret of one of Alpine's own) $26.00
Daniels, Bartholomew Rotten at the Heart (London, 1596: Will Shakespeare receives an offer he can't refuse - his patron's son will continue to sponsor the troupe, if Shakespeare can ferret out the person responsible for the patron's mysterious death) $14.99
Deaver/Benson (ed) Ice Cold (Mystery Writers of America Presents) (Anthology; original mystery and thriller stories featuring Cold War intrigue; $25.00 hc also available) $16.00
Delany, Vicki Under Cold Stone (Molly Smith #7: A dead body has turned up in the Banff apartment of Paul Keller's estranged son Matt, but Matt is gone. All signs indicate he's escaped into the backcountry. Molly Smith has no intention of meddling in the police investigation, until Matt's girlfriends asks for her help. And Molly is as good in the wilderness as Matt is) $14.95
Dickens, Charles Hunted Down: The Detective Stories of Charles Dickens (A collection of his detective stories, plus excerpts from his novels in which the men of the law make their mark) $15.95
Donoghue, Emma Frog Music (Novel based on an unsolved murder. San Francisco, 1876: After Jenny Bonnet is shot dead through the window of a railroad saloon, her friend Blanche Beunon, a French burlesque dancer, will risk everything to bring the murderer to justice) $27.00
Doudera, Vicki Deal Killer (Darby Farr #5: PBO; Darby arrives in Manhattan to search for a dream property for a client, and for a much-anticipated visit with Miles, only to learn that Miles is a suspect in the murder of a Russian businessman. Darby and Miles set out to find the killer) $14.99
Downing, David Masaryk Station (John Russell #6: 1948: Berlin is still occupied by the four Allied powers and largely in ruins, entangled in the new Soviet/American Cold War. John Russell works for Stalin's NKVD and the newly created CIA, trying his best to cut himself loose from both before his double-agency is discovered. He and his Soviet liaison Shchepkin search for one piece of intelligence so damning it could silence the wrath of one nation and solicit the protection of the other) $15.95
Entwistle, Vaughn The Revenant of Thraxton Hall (Doyle's Paranormal Casebooks #1: A medium who has foreseen her own murder at an upcoming seance asks Arthur Conan Doyle to investigate; he turns to his friend Oscar Wilde for help narrowing down the list of potential suspects) $25.99
Fabbri, Robert Tribune of Rome (Vespasian #1: 26 CE: Young Vespasian heads to Rome, planning to find a patron and join his brother in the army. With the city in turmoil, Vespasian is in over his head, making dangerous enemies and even more dangerous friends. When he finds himself ensnared in a conspiracy against the aging emperor Tiberius, he flees the city to become tribune on the Balkan frontier) $12.95
Force, Marie Fatal Justice (Sam Holland #2: PBO; The pressure is on to find the killer of a Supreme Court nominee; then a new lead in her father's unsolved shooting puts Sam in danger) $7.99
Freeman, Brian The Cold Nowhere (Jonathan Stride #6: MN Book Award finalist. 10 years ago, little Catalina Mateo hid under the porch while a knife butchered her mother and a bullet killed her father. Now a rough-sleeping teenager, Catalina arrives at the home of detective Jonathan Stride, pleading for protection. She claims to have narrowly escaped a killer, but Stride's partner Maggie Bei is not convinced) $26.99
George, Kathleen A Measure of Blood (Richard Christie #7: Maggie Brown's killer has vanished, and her young son Matt is too scared to remember anything. As homicide detective Richard Christie looks for the killer and Maggie's friends fight to keep Matt out of the hands of Child Services, Nadal watches the news and waits. A boy should be with his father) $14.99
Golemon, David L. Carpathian (Event Group #8: When excavation at the ruins of Jericho unearths the petrified remains of a creature that could not exist, the Event Group gathers to discover the truth behind the Exodus) $7.99
Grant, Teresa The Berkeley Square Affair (Suzanne & Malcolm Rannoch #4: PBO; A manuscript has been stolen that the head of British intelligence claims could reveal the identity of an English Bonapartist spy - and one of the possibilities is Malcolm's late father. The Rannochs must untangle a mystery that involves Irish rebels, a tragic 16th-century love affair, Lord Byron, and Marie Antoinette) $15.00
Graves, Sarah A Bat in the Belfry (Home Repair Is Homicide #16: When the body of local teenager Karen Hansen is found in the steeple of the Seaman's Church, and evidence seems to point to one of Sam's friends, Jake and her sleuthing partner Ellie get to work) $7.99
Griffin, Paul Burning Blue (YA; When the most beautiful girl at a New Jersey high school is splashed with acid on the left side of her perfect face, the world takes notice. But quiet loner Jay Nazarro does more than that - he decides to find out who did it) $9.99
Gross, Andrew No Way Back (In a moment of weakness, Wendy follows an attractive stranger to his hotel room, where a murder takes place and she's the only witness. Now she's running from rogue federal agents determined to keep her silent. Lauritzia is a devoted nanny, forced into hiding by a deadly past that has caught up with her. These two women join forces and embark on a dangerous odyssey to find the truth) $9.99
Gunn, Elizabeth Red Man Down (Sarah Burke #5: A man shot by a rookie cop while stealing copper wire turns out to be ex-cop and Red Man Ed Lacey. Sarah and her team delve into Ed's life; after deciding to reopen an investigation into three deaths, they encounter obstacles, particularly from the family. What are they hiding?) $27.95
Hamrick, Janice Death Rides Again (Jocelyn Shore #3: Jocelyn heads to her family's Texas ranch for a reunion. When her cousin Ruby June disappears and then Ruby June's no-good husband turns up dead, the police focus on the family as the most likely suspects; Jocelyn and her cousin Kyla decide to investigate) $7.99
Handler, David The Coal Black Asphalt Tomb (Berger & Mitry #10: A road project in Dorset's Historic District unearths the body of Lance Paffin, who went missing off his sailboat more than forty years ago. The murder investigation takes Des and Mitch into the dark secrets of Dorset's elite) $25.99
Hanley, C.B. The Bloody City (Edwin Weaver #2: 1217: The city of Lincoln has been captured by a French army, and the castle is besieged. Edwin Weaver is sent to infiltrate the city, identify the traitors who are helping the French, and return with the information. With the city awash in violence, Edwin must decide what he is willing to do to protect others) $14.95
Harlow, Jennifer Werewolf Sings the Blues (Midnight Magic #2: PBO; Abducted from a singing gig, Vivian discovers that her werewolf rescuer Jason was sent by the father who abandoned her as a baby. Now they're driving cross-country, on the run from the rival pack that has targeted her) $14.99
Harris, Charlaine Dead Ever After (Southern Vampire #13: A shocking murder rocks Bon Temps, and Sookie is arrested for the crime. The evidence against her is weak, and she makes bail. Investigating the killing, she'll learn that what passes for truth in Bon Temps is only a convenient lie) $7.99
Hayder, Mo Wolf (Jack Caffery #7: When a vagrant finds a dog wandering in the woods, with the words 'help us' written on its collar, DI Jack Caffery investigates) $24.00
Hirahara, Naomi Murder on Bamboo Lane (Ellie Rush #1: PBO; LA bike cop Ellie Rush gets a shock when the first dead body she encounters on the job is that of a former college classmate. When her Aunt Cheryl, highest-ranking Asian-American officer in the LAPD, involves her in the investigation, Ellie faces equal parts help and hindrance from her best friend, her boyfriend, a smoldering detective, and most of her extended family) $7.99
Hubbard, Janet Bordeaux: The Bitter Finish (Vengeance in the Vineyard #2: While in Bordeaux acting as bodyguard to a famous American wine critic, NYPD detective Max Maguire once again finds herself assisting Olivier Chaumont with a murder investigation) $14.95
Jaffarian, Sue Ann Ghost of a Gamble (Ghost of Granny Apples #4: PBO; Spiritual medium Emma Whitecastle and the ghost of Granny Apples head for Las Vegas, where a former showgirl is being haunted by a dead hoodlum. When an aging mobster is found dead and the showgirl goes missing, Emma and Granny decide to go all in on finding the killer) $7.99
Jardin, Quintin Pray for the Dying (Bob Skinner #23: The killing was an expert hit at a public event. The shooters are dead, too, killed at the scene. It's up to Edinburgh Chief Constable Bob Skinner to figure out who sent them) $14.95
Jecks, Michael Templar's Acre (Knights Templar Prequel: The Holy Land, 1291: After decades of war, the Muslims have pushed back the Crusader forces until only one city remains under Crusader control. Acre must be defended at all costs. Baldwin de Furnshill has just arrived, a frightened boy on the run from a dark past. He has never seen battle, but he has no choice but to stay and fight) $14.95
Kava, Alex Stranded (Maggie O'Dell #11: FBI special agent Maggie O'Dell and her partner Tully embark on a frantic cross-country effort to stop a serial killer who is targeting truckers and travelers at rest stops) $7.99
Kellerman, Faye The Beast (Decker & Lazarus #21: Two very different cases lead Peter and Rina to reevaluate everything they hold dear. One case involves Gabe, the troubled boy they've taken into their home. The other, much stranger and darker, is that of a man found dead in his apartment, apparently mauled by his pet tiger) $9.99
Kennedy, Elle Midnight Pursuits (Killer Instincts #4: PBO; After answering a distress call, soldier-for-hire Ethan Hayes finds himself fighting a powerful new enemy, as well as the passion he feels for master thief Juliet Mason) $7.99
Kent, Hannah Burial Rites (Novel based on a true story. Iceland, 1829: Charged with the murder of her former master, Agnes is sent to an isolated farm to await execution. As the date approaches, the farmer's wife and daughters learn there is another side to the sensational story of the murder) $15.00
Kerr, Philip A Man Without Breath (Bernie Gunther #9: 1943: When word reaches Berlin of the Katyn Forest massacre of Polish army officers, Bernie is dispatched to gather proof of Russian complicity in the war crime. But in Smolensk, the truth is as much a victim of war as those dead Polish officers) $16.00
Kerr, Philip (P.B) The Winter Horses (Kids; 1941: Max, the caretaker of an animal preserve, must learn to live with the Nazis. He must also learn to keep secrets, for there is a girl hiding in the park. Kalinka has lost everything but her life. Still, she has gained one gift: a relationship with the rare wild Przewalski's horses that wander the preserve. When a Nazi campaign of extermination nearly wipes them out, Kalinka sets out across the frozen Ukrainian forest to save the only two surviving horses - and herself) $16.99
Keyes, Marian The Mystery of Mercy Close (Walsh Family #5: PI Helen Walsh's dodgy ex offers her a lucrative gig: Wayne Diffney from boyband Laddz has vanished from his house - and the Laddz have a sold-out comeback gig in five days. Playing by her own rules, Helen is drawn into a darkly glamorous world, where increasingly the only person she feels connected to is Wayne, a man she has never even met) $16.00
Lakhous, Amara Dispute Over a Very Italian Piglet (2006: Turin is being rocked by deadly crimes involving Albanians and Romanians. Is a centuries-old feud to blame, or is the violence related to organized crime? Journalist Enzo Lagana is determined to get to the bottom of this crime wave. But first, he has to settle a thorny issue concerning a small pig belonging to his Nigerian neighbor. Who brought the pig to the neighborhood mosque? And for heaven's sake why?) $15.00
Laycock, Stuart All the Countries We've Ever Invaded and the Few We Never Got Round To (Historian Laycock offers a look at the United Kingdom's imperial past as you've never seen it before) $17.95
Lefebure, Molly Murder on the Home Front (Nonfiction. Lefebure tells the story of her work as a forensic pathologist's assistant in World War II London) $14.00
Leon, Donna Death in a Strange Country (Brunetti #2: Reissue; Commissario Guido Brunetti finds himself knee-deep in a toxic waste cover-up with political ties) $15.00
Leon, Donna Dressed for Death (UK title: The Anonymous Venetian) (Brunetti #3: Reissue; Commissario Guido Brunetti uncovers a connection between a murdered transvestite prostitute,Venice's most renowned institutions, and the underworld) $15.00
Leon, Donna Death and Judgment (UK title: A Venetian Reckoning) (Brunetti #4: Reissue; A truck crashes and spills a dangerous cargo; a prominent international lawyer is found dead on a train; Commissario Guido Brunetti connects both tragedies to a crime network) $15.00
Leon, Donna Blood from a Stone (Brunetti #14: Reissue; A Senegalese man who sells counterfeit fashion accessories is killed. What was the penniless foreigner doing with a fortune in diamonds? And why does Commissario Brunetti's boss want him off the case?) $15.00
Leon, Donna By Its Cover (Brunetti #23: Someone has stolen pages out of several rare books at a prestigious Venetian library. Surely the culprit must be the man who requested the volumes, a professor from the US. The problem? The man fled the library earlier, and a check of his credentials proves he doesn't exist. The suspects multiply, and when a seemingly harmless theologian, who had spent years reading at the library, turns up murdered, Commissario Brunetti must question his expectations about what makes a person innocent or guilty; Signed copies expected) $26.00
Leon, Donna Gondola (The story of the quintessential Venetian boat, accompanied by a CD of barcaroles , popular Italian boat songs) $26.00
Loupas, Elizabeth The Red Lily Crown (PBO; Florence, 1574: The Grand Duke is dying, and the crown will go to Prince Francesco, who is obsessed with alchemy. To save her starving family, Chiara hopes to sell rare alchemical equipment to the prince, but instead finds herself trapped in his household. Seeking a safe path through the labyrinth of Medici intrigue and murder plots, Chiara finds a friend and teacher in alchemist Ruanno. But he has his own dark goals. Can she trust him to keep her secrets, or will he prove to be her most treacherous enemy?) $16.00
Maitland, Barry The Marx Sisters (Brock & Kolla #1: Reissue; New Blood Dagger finalist. Six months ago, a great-granddaughter of Karl Marx - a longtime resident of Jerusalem Lane, a Dickensian section of London inhabited by Eastern European immigrants - was found dead in her apartment. Now one of her sisters has been murdered. Are they victims of realtors looking to redevelop their neighborhood, or were they killed for the politics of another age? DS Kathy Kolla, new to Scotland Yard, has been assigned the case - and notorious curmudgeon DCI David Brock has assigned himself to help her) $14.95
Maitland, Barry The Chalon Heads (Brock & Kolla #4: Reissue; Ned Kelly Award finalist. Villain turned businessman Sammy Starling - who nearly cost Brock his job years ago, and took at least one good man's life - needs DCI Brock's help when his wife is kidnapped) $14.95
Mallock The Cemetery of Swallows (One day, Manuel Gemoni travels to the other end of the world to kill an old man in the Dominican Republic. Unable to comprehend why an ordinary family man with no history of violent behavior would go to such lengths to kill a man he didn't even know, Police Commissioner Mallock decides to investigate) $17.00
Malvaldi, Marco Game for Five (Bar Lume #1: At the Bar Lume, four old-timers and Massimo the barman while away the time theorizing about the murder of a young woman. Everyone in town is thinking that her death had something to do with the world of drug trafficking and dangerous sex that she inhabited. But just to pass the time, the pensioners begin to pull the case to pieces, forcing Massimo into the role of amateur sleuth) $15.00
Mason, Jamie Three Graves Full (When extraordinary circumstances drive Jason Getty to murder, he buries the body in his backyard, then struggles to come to terms with the reality of his actions. Just when he's finally learning to live with it, a landscaper discovers a body on Jason's property - but it's not the body Jason buried) $7.99
Maxwell, Alyssa Murder at the Breakers (Gilded Newport #1: PBO; A party at the Vanderbilts' Newport mansion turns deadly when a body falls from a balcony. When her brother Brady is accused of the crime, Emma Cross finds herself embroiled in the investigation) $15.00
McDermid, Val Northanger Abbey (An updated take on Jane Austen's classic novel about a young woman whose visit to an acquaintance's stately home stirs up her most macabre imaginings) $26.00
McKinlay, Jenn Sugar and Iced (Cupcake Bakery #6: PBO; A high-strung judge and a pushy stage mom are trying to eliminate Mel and Angie's young friend Lupe from the Sweet Tiara beauty pageant. When the judge winds up dead and Lupe becomes lead suspect, Mel and Angie need to find the real killer) $7.99
Mofina, Rick Whirlwind (Kate Page #1: PBO; As the FBI launches an investigation into the disappearance of an infant in the wake of a tornado, reporter Kate Page uncovers troubling clues to the trail of the woman last seen with the baby, and risks everything in a race to find the truth) $7.99
Mugavero, Liz A Biscuit, a Casket (Pawsitively Organic #2: PBO; Catering a doggie costume party at a local organic farm gets complicated when the farmer is found dead in his corn maze; can Stan separate the truth from the lies?) $7.99
O'Donnell, P/Romero, E The Young Mistress: The Young Mistress / Ivory Dancer / Our Friend Maude (Modesty Blaise: Reprints classic black & white comic strips featuring three adventures of detective Modesty Blaise and her trusty henchman Willie Garvin) $19.95
Palmer, Daniel Stolen (When their cut-rate insurance won't cover his wife's treatment, John Bodine steals a customer's identity and files a false claim for Ruby's medication. The plan works perfectly - until the customer contacts John and demands they commit crimes. John assumes it's a sick joke, until people start dying) $9.99
Palmer, Michael Political Suicide (Looking into the circumstances surrounding the shooting death of a US Representative puts Dr. Lou Welcome in the crosshairs of a conspiracy that extends to the highest level of government) $9.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Patriot Strike (Executioner #425: PBO; Investigating the murder of a Texas Ranger, Bolan discovers a group of homegrown terrorists planning to use a dirty bomb to remove Texas from the Union) $5.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Atomic Fracture (Stony Man #130: PBO; When a civil war in the Middle east creates a perfect breeding ground for al Qaeda's brand of terror, Phoenix Force goes in to sort things out while Able Team ferrets out a stateside mole) $6.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Death Metal (SuperBolan #165: PBO; When rumors spread of a weapons cache in Scandinavia, Bolan is sent to deal with the extremist groups vying to get their hands on the nukes) $6.99
Perry, Anne Midnight at Marble Arch (Thomas Pitt #28: The horrifying rape and apparent suicide of the wife of a wealthy merchant banker falls outside the new jurisdiction of Special Branch head Thomas Pitt, but so pervasively offensive are the rumors about the victim that Pitt quietly takes a hand in the investigation. And what can be done to avenge another terrible crime, the assault on the teenage daughter of the Portuguese ambassador?) $16.00
Perry, Anne Death on Blackheath (Thomas Pitt #29: 1897: When the local police find evidence at a government official's home of what appears to be an ugly crime - no corpse, but a missing maid and signs of a bloody struggle - Thomas Pitt and the Special Branch are called in to investigate) $27.00
Pocalyko, Michael The Navigator (A potential trillion-dollar deal for an entirely new global communication system draws a financier, a political aide, and a tech start-up veteran into a web of intrigue and dangerous secrets) $9.99
Purser, Ann The Blackwoods Farm Enquiry (Ivy Beasley #5: PBO; A reclusive widow hires Ivy and her investigators to look into ghostly visitations at her farmhouse. When the ghost is revealed to be flesh and blood, the widow may be in more trouble than Ivy and her team can handle) $7.99
Quirk, Matthew The 500 (Mike Ford #1: Thriller winner, Edgar and Anthony finalist. A year ago, fresh out of law school, former con artist Mike Ford landed his dream job. Now he's staring down the barrel of a gun, pursued by two of the world's most dangerous men. To get out, he'll have to do all the things he thought he'd never do again: lie, cheat, steal - and this time, maybe even kill) $8.00
Rickman, Phil The Heresy of Dr. Dee (Dr. Dee #2: 1560: Queen Elizabeth sends Robert Dudley and Dr. John Dee, astrologer royal and adviser on the Hidden, to Dee's family home on the Welsh Border in pursuit of a crystal credited with supernatural properties. They travel with a London judge sent to try a Welsh brigand with a legacy dating back to the Battle of Brynglas. After the battle, many of the English bodies were, according to legend, obscenely mutilated. Now, on the same haunted hill, another dead man has been found, similarly slashed) $12.95
Rindell, Suzanne The Other Typist (1920s: A typist for the NYPD, confessions are Rose Baker's job. But while she may hear about shootings, knifings, and crimes of passion, as soon as she leaves the room, she reverts to a proper lady. Until Odalie joins the typing pool, luring Rose into a sparkling underworld of speakeasies, and a simple fascination turns into an obsession from which Rose may never recover) $16.00
Robinson, Peter Children of the Revolution (Alan Banks #21: The body of a disgraced college lecturer has been found on an abandoned railway line. The man lost his job four years ago, so where did he get the 5000 pounds in his pocket? When the investigation seems to lead back to the 1970s, when the man attended a university known for militant protest, DCI Banks' superior warns him to back off. But Banks isn't about to stop) $25.99
Rosenfelt, David Without Warning (In her small town's time capsule, Kate Callahan discovers a set of macabre predictions, including a murder and 49 other tragedies, which have been occurring right on schedule for years. Kate and police chief Sean Blaylock race to stop the next predictions from coming true) $25.99
Ross, Ann B. Miss Julia Stirs Up Trouble (Miss Julia #14: Miss Julia is less than thrilled when Hazel Marie's no-good uncle shows up. What could he possibly want?) $16.00
Ryan, Sofie (Kelly, Sofie) The Whole Cat and Caboodle (Second Chance Cat #1: PBO; At her shop in Maine, Sarah sells items she has refurbished and repurposed; her cat Elvis is a favorite with the clientele. When Sarah's elderly friend Maddie is found with a dead body in her garden, even investigator Nick Elliot thinks Maddie was up to no good. So it's up to Sarah and Elvis to make sure the real killer doesn't get another chance) $7.99
Scerbanenco, Giorgio A Private Venus (Milan, 1966: Hired to cure a millionaire's alcoholic son, Dr. Duca Lamberti discovers the young man is hiding a terrible secret that links him to a woman's unsolved death - and behind her death is a pornography and prostitution ring) $16.95
Scofield, Ted Eat What You Kill (A young Wall Street analyst, struggling back from disaster, gets an offer. His new job is to short stocks - bet against the market. But when a stock goes up and he finds himself on the brink of ruin once again, another option presents itself: murder. How far will a man go for money and vengeance?) $25.99
Seymour, Gerald A Deniable Death (Danny Baxter has a talent for surveillance, which is how he ends up on the wrong side of the Iranian border, lying under a merciless sun, observing the house of a bomb maker that MI6 is planning to kill) $16.99
Shannon, John Chinese Beverly Hills (Jack Liffey #14: PI Jack Liffey's ex-mistress asks for his help finding her missing niece. The hunt leads Liffey to Monterey Park, where he dives into an undercurrent of racial tension that puts the peace of the small suburb in jeopardy) $14.95
Silver, Elizabeth L. The Execution of Noa P. Singleton (Noa spoke not a word at her brief trial. Now she sits on death row. She is visited by Marlene Dixon, a high-powered Philadelphia attorney and the heartbroken mother of the woman Noa was imprisoned for killing. She tells Noa that she will do everything in her considerable power to convince the governor to commute Noa's sentence - if Noa will finally reveal what led her to commit her crime) $14.00
Simenon, Georges The Carter of La Providence (alternate titles: The Crime at Lock 14 / Maigret Meets a Milord) (Maigret #2: Reissue; What was the woman doing in a stable, wearing pearl earrings, a stylish bracelet and white buckskin shoes? How was she murdered? And why? And how is it no one heard a thing? These questions lead Maigret into an unfamiliar world of canals, with its rundown cafes, shadowy towpaths, and eccentric inhabitants) $10.00
Simenon, Georges The Hanged Man of Saint-Pholien (alternate titles: The Crime of Inspector Maigret / Maigret and the Hundred Gibbets) (Maigret #4: Reissue; On a trip to Brussels, Maigret unwittingly causes a man's suicide, but his own remorse is overshadowed by the discovery of the sordid events that drove the desperate man to kill himself) $10.00
Smith, Denis O. The Mammoth Book of the Lost Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes (Collection; more adventures of the Great Detective) $13.95
Snicket, Lemony File Under: 13 Suspicious Incidents (All the Wrong Questions: Kids; Called upon to investigate thirteen suspicious incidents in Stain'd-By-The-Sea, young Lemony Snicket collects clues, questions witnesses, and cracks every case - join the investigation and tackle the mysteries with him!) $12.00
St. James, Simone Silence for the Dead (PBO; 1919: Portis House is a hospital for shell-shocked soldiers; they suffer from nervous attacks and tormenting dreams. But something more is going on there. The former occupants left abruptly, but where did they go? And why do the patients all seem to share the same horrific nightmare? Nurse Kitty Weekes and inmate Jack Yates search for the truth) $14.00
Stevens, Chevy Still Missing (A woman recounts the story of her year as a psychopath's captive, as she struggles to piece her life back together, and the police strive to identify her captor) $7.99
Vater, Tom The Man with the Golden Mind (Maier #2: 2001: Julia Rendel asks PI Maier to investigate her father's murder - he was killed near a CIA airbase in Laos in 1976. When his client is kidnapped, Maier follows Julia's trail to Vientiane, where he learns his client - and other parties - are searching for a CIA file of Cold War secrets. But the real prize is the file's author, a former US and Vietnamese spy and assassin no one has seen for a quarter century) $7.99
Wells, Marcia Mystery on Museum Mile (Eddie Red #1: Kids; Sixth-grader Eddie has a photographic memory and a talent for drawing anything he sees. When the NYPD is stumped by an art thief, Eddie becomes their secret weapon, drawing him deeper into Museum Mile and closer to a dangerous criminal group) $16.99
Wenger, Christine A Second Helping of Murder (Comfort Food #2: PBO; When a cottage resident turns up dead, Trixie suspects the crime might be connected to an unsolved disappearance in the picturesque town's past) $7.99
Williams, Charles Confidentially Yours (alternate titles: The Long Saturday Night / Finally, Sunday!) (Reissue; In a backwoods town, two early morning shotgun blasts are the sound of Dan Roberts' death. At first glance, the young man killed himself, but suicide victims seldom shoot twice. Roberts was sleeping with John Warren's wife - and he wasn't her only lover. Warren didn't kill Roberts, but the rumors begin to swirl. In a town where every man is a crack shot, shooting a rival isn't murder. It's target practice) $13.95
Woods, Stuart Doing Hard Time (Stone Barrington #27: Longtime fugitive Teddy Fay's new life in New Mexico is going just fine, until Stone's son rolls into town. And when Stone and Dino Bachetti make their own trip west, the situation might just become explosive) $9.99
Woods, Stuart Carnal Curiosity (Stone Barrington #29: Stone and Dino are drawn into the world of high-end security and fraud, where Manhattan's elite are made vulnerable by the very systems meant to keep them safe) $26.95
Zouroudi, Anne The Lady of Sorrows (Hermes Diaktoros #4: A painter is found dead off the coast of a remote Greek island. For detective Hermes Diaktoros, the plot can only thicken: the painter's work, an icon of the Virgin long famed for its miraculous powers, has just been uncovered as a fake. But has the painter died of natural causes or by a wrathful hand?) $25.00

EXPECTED MID APRIL

Atherton, Nancy Aunt Dimity and the Wishing Well (Aunt Dimity #19: After Lori laughingly tosses a coin into a garden's old well and makes a wish, she is baffled when the wish seems to come true. The villagers turn out in droves to make wishes of their own, but soon learn that one person's wish is another person's worst nightmare. With the village thrown into chaos, Lori resolves to find out what's really going on) $25.95
Baldacci, David The Target (Will Robie #3: For a high-risk assignment - to illicitly take down a global menace - the President turns to assassins Will Robie and Jessica Reel. But there are those in power who don't trust the pair, who will do anything to see that the assassins succeed but don't survive) $28.00
Barnes, Linda The Perfect Ghost (Shy Em Moore is the writing half of a celebrity biography team. Her charismatic partner Teddy does the interviewing and schmoozing. When Teddy dies in a car accident, Em honors his memory by deciding to finish the interviews for their current project with a reclusive film director. But she soon hears whispers of skeletons in the director's closet - and then the police begin looking into Teddy's crash) $15.99
Beil, Michael D. Lantern Sam and the Blue Streak Bandits (Kids; 1937: Lantern Sam is a wise-cracking talking cat (for those who can hear him) who lives onboard the Lake Erie Shoreliner train. He's also a great detective. He doesn't have much patience for humans, but when 10-year-old traveler Henry can't find his new friend Ellie, and a ransom note is discovered, Sam and Henry are on the case, with the help of Clarence the Conductor) $15.99
Blackwood, Gary Curiosity (Kids; Philadelphia, 1835: Rufus, a young chess prodigy, is recruited by a shady showman to operate a mechanical chess player called the Turk; audience members and opponents must never realize Rufus is hidden inside the contraption. He fears he may never be able to escape his unscrupulous master. And what happened to the previous operators of the Turk?) $16.99
Bruen, Ken Merrick (A rogue cop, who takes advantage of an exchange program to transfer from the Irish Garda to the NYPD, has a very dark secret) $17.99
Calkins, Susanna From the Charred Remains (Lucy Campion #2: London, 1666: In the cleanup after the Great Fire, a murder victim's body is found. Lucy Campion, now apprenticed to a printmaker, uses her free time to help the local constable investigate) $25.99
Chang, Henry Death Money (Jack Yu #4: When the body of an unidentified Asian man is found in the Harlem River, NYPD detective Jack Yu's investigation takes him to Chinatown's restaurants, strip clubs, and gambling establishments) $25.00
Cotterill, Colin The Axe Factor (Jimm Juree #3: Several local women have left the rural Thai village of Maprao without a word, leaving their possessions behind. These include Dr. Sumlak, who never returned from a conference, and the Thai wife of Conrad Coralbank, an Englishman who writes award-winning crime novels. All of which looks a bit suspicious, especially to Jimm's ex-cop grandfather, who notices Coralbank's interest in Jimm with a very jaundiced eye) $24.99
Deaver, Jeffery The Kill Room (Lincoln Rhyme #10: When a US citizen is targeted by the US government, and assassinated by an elite sniper in the Bahamas, forensics expert Lincoln Rhyme investigates) $15.00
DeMille, Nelson The Panther (John Corey #6: Corey and his wife are posted to Yemen to work with a small team tracking down a high-ranking al Qaeda operative) $10.00
Flynn, Gillian Gone Girl (Edgar Award finalist. Amy, a beautiful, clever, perfectionist, disappears on her wedding anniversary. Her husband Nick, the town's golden boy, parades an endless series of lies, deceits, and inappropriate behavior. Is he a killer? And if he isn't, where is Amy?) $15.00
Friedman, Daniel Don't Ever Look Back (Buck Schatz #2: 88-year-old retired Memphis cop Buck Schatz gets a visit from a man from his past, who offers Buck a tidy sum to do him a favor, giving Buck a chance to close the book on a series of unsolved robberies. Soon, things go downhill. Way downhill) $24.99
Gross, Andrew Everything to Lose (When the car ahead of her on a back road slams into a tree, a down on her luck single mom stops to help. She finds a dead driver - and a satchel stuffed with money that could keep her special-needs son in school. The impulsive decision she makes entangles her in a murderous conspiracy) $26.99
Harvey, Michael The Innocence Game (Three Chicago journalism students, invited to participate in an elite class focused on exonerating the falsely accused, find themselves drawn into a web of distrust, deceit, and corruption when someone sends them two chilling clues to the long-ago murder of a young boy) $14.95
Hayder, Mo Poppet (Jack Caffery #8: After a patient is released from a high-security mental health ward, the staff realizes that he was connected to episodes of self-harm among the ward's patients, and that he was released in error. Will the terrifying little effigies he made provide the clues detective Jack Caffery needs to track down the man before he can kill again?) $15.00
Herron, Mick Dead Lions (Slough House #2: Gold Dagger winner. When a Cold War-era spy is found dead on a bus outside Oxford, far from his usual haunts, the irascible Jackson Lamb is convinced the man was murdered. As the disgraced MI5 agents of Slough House dig into the case, they uncover a tangle of Cold War secrets leading back to Alexander Popov, who is either a Soviet bogeyman, or the most dangerous man in the world) $14.95
Holt, Jonathan The Abomination (Carnivia #1: Working her first murder case, Venetian Carabiniere Captain Kat Tapo must unravel a dark conspiracy linking the CIA and the Catholic Church) $14.99
Huston, Charlie Skinner (Skinner founded his career in 'asset protection' on fear. To touch anyone under his protection was to invite destruction. Effective, until his CIA handlers began to fear him as much as his enemies did, and banished him to the hinterlands of the intelligence community. Now an evolving cyber-terrorist attack is about to end that exile) $16.00
Hutton, Ewart Dead People (Glyn Capaldi #2: In disgrace and exiled to rural Wales, DS Glyn Capaldi investigates when excavation work for a new wind farm turns up a human skeleton - and then more bodies) $25.99
Iggulden, Conn The Blood of Gods (Emperor #5: Julius Caesar is dead. Though his assassins are cleared of any wrongdoing by the senate, his friend Mark Antony and his heir Octavian burn for justice. They come together to make the murderers pay the blood price for their crime) $16.00
Lapidus, Jens Never Fuck Up (Stockholm Noir #2: An ex-con agrees to work for a mob boss, a decision he soon regrets. A security contractor home from Iraq decides to put his expertise and appetite for violence to work meting out vigilante justice. A volatile cop, his efforts to investigate a murder suspiciously stymied, goes off the grid in search of answers. Crimes and secrets come to light when these three men's paths intertwine) $16.95
Lentricchia, Frank The Dog Killer of Utica (Eliot Conte #2: PBO; Eliot has given up the PI life in favor of teaching American literature. Then a Bosnian Muslim student disappears, leaving a trail of texts and emails suggesting a terror plot. And pet dogs are being brutally killed. With the help of cop Catherine Cruz and a teenage hacker, Eliot get back into the PI business) $15.95
Lilliefors, James The Leviathan Effect (Charles & Jon Mallory #2: A message from a hacker claiming that several recent natural disasters were actually manufactured - and that the US will be hit by a Category 5 hurricane if his demands aren't met - sends Homeland Security secretary Catherine Blaine to private intelligence contractor Charles Mallory for help) $15.95
Marklund, Liza The Long Shadow (Annika Bengtzon #8: Assigned to report on murder and robbery at the home of a former hockey star, Annika discovers that a member of the family is missing, and swears to find her at all costs) $15.00
Matthews, Jason Red Sparrow (Edgar Award finalist. In Putin-era Russia, a young Russian spy, unwillingly trained as a seductress, and a first-tour CIA officer, handler for America's most valuable mole in Moscow, collide in a charged atmosphere of tradecraft, deception, and a forbidden spiral of carnal attraction) $9.99
McCarry, Charles The Shanghai Factor (A nameless young spy working for a shadowy US agency is sent undercover at a massive Chinese conglomerate, tasked with learning the secrets of the powerful CEO, who is believed to be a front man for the Chinese government's largest foreign intelligence agency) $15.00
Oppel, Kenneth The Boundless (Kids; The greatest train ever built is on its maiden voyage across Canada. When teenaged Will ends up in possession of the key to a train car containing priceless treasures, he becomes the target of sinister figures from his past. To survive, he hides among a traveling circus, enlisting the aid of ringmaster Mr. Dorian and escape artist Maren. Can Will and Maren reach Will's father and save the train before someone winds up dead?) $16.99
Patterson/Ledwidge Gone (Michael Bennett #6: Sworn to kill Bennett and everyone dear to him, crime lord Manuel Perrine embarks on a brazen series of killings, until the FBI has no choice but to ask Bennett to come out of hiding to stop Perrine) $16.00
Pochoda, Ivy Visitation Street (It's summertime in Red Hook, a blue-collar dockside Brooklyn neighborhood. Two teenagers, June and Val, take a raft out onto the bay at night to see what they can see. And then they disappear. Only Val will survive, washed ashore and found semi-conscious in the weeds. This event will echo through the lives of a diverse group of Red Hook residents) $15.99
Robotham, Michael The Suspect (Joe O'Loughlin #1: Reissue; Called in to help with a high-profile murder investigation, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin hopes his extraordinary perception will help catch a killer. But when he recognizes the victim as a former patient who nearly ruined his career, he hesitates - which places him at the top of the lists of both a bullish detective, and a diabolical killer) $15.00
Ross, Ann B. Miss Julia's Marvelous Makeover (Miss Julia #15: When Sam has a fainting spell and has to go into the hospital for tests, who will run his state senate campaign? Is his no-good rival going to cakewalk into office? No sir, not if Miss Julia has anything to say about it. Meanwhile, a long-lost cousin with a problem granddaughter expects Miss Julia to teach the girl to be a lady) $26.95
Tharp, Tim Mojo (YA; All Dylan wants is mojo - power, the ability to command respect. So when he hears about a missing rich girl on the other side of town, he dives into the mystery. His investigation takes him to an elite private high school and to an underground club. But, lured by the power of privilege, Dylan begins to lose himself. And the stakes of the game keep getting higher) $8.99
Van Laerhoven, Bob Baudelaire's Revenge (Hercule Poirot Prize winner. Paris, 1870: As the Franco-Prussian War roils the city, Commissioner Lefevre investigates a series of murders. The killer leaves lines from Charles Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du Mal on each corpse, written in the poet's exact handwriting. Did Baudelaire rise from the grave? Did he truly die in the first place?) $25.95
Walker, Martin The Devil's Cave (Bruno #5: It's spring in the French town of St. Denis, and a dead woman has been found floating in a boat on the river. Evidence suggests the occult may be involved. As questions mount, Bruno and his colleagues draw closer to a showdown in the place the locals call the Devil's Cave) $15.95
Winspear, Jacqueline Leaving Everything Most Loved (Maisie Dobbs #10: London, 1933: Two month after an Indian immigrant's body was found in a London canal, the woman's brother arrives in England, and asks Maisie to discover the truth about the death) $15.99

EXPECTED EARLY MAY

Beechey, Alan An Embarrassment of Corpses (Oliver Swithin #1: Reissue; When children's author Oliver Swithin finds an old friend's body floating in a fountain, he can't convince the police it's murder. When more corpses turn up daily, Oliver joins his uncle, Detective Superintendent Tim Mallard, in a race to uncover the pattern behind the deaths) $14.95
Beechey, Alan Murdering Ministers (Oliver Swithin #2: Reissue; To bring a missing girl home in time for Christmas, and bring a murderer to justice, DS Effie Strongitharm turns to Oliver Swithin for help. But are the two cases connected?) $14.95
Beechey, Alan This Private Plot (Oliver Swithin #3: Oliver Swithin, reluctant guest in an English village, discovers a dead body dangling from the ancient gibbet. When it appears the famous victim was driven to suicide by blackmail, Oliver resolves to find the blackmailer. And to do so, he needs to discover the dead man's secret) $14.95
Blake, Adam The Dead Sea Deception (Kennedy & Tillman #1: Cop Heather Kennedy and ex-mercenary Leo Tillman are investigating a series of baffling deaths. When the trail leads to the Dead Sea Scrolls, they find themselves running from a band of assassins who will stop at nothing to expose the secret of the Scrolls: how Christ really died) $12.95
Blake, Heather The Goodbye Witch (Wishcraft #4: PBO; Starla's murderous ex is back in Enchanted Village - but only Starla can see him. The police can't arrest someone they can't see - can Darcy figure out Kyle's disappearing trick before he does something they can't see coming?) $7.99
Brady, Eileen Muzzled (Kate Turner #1: Veterinarian Dr. Kate Turner finds two elderly clients shot dead and their show dogs running loose in the house. Chief of Police Bobby Garcia dismisses it as a murder-suicide, but Kate isn't so sure. Something about the scene isn't right. And one of the dogs is missing. Or is he?) $14.95
Brown, Nick The Far Shore (Agent of Rome #3: When the deputy commander of Rome's Imperial Security Service is assassinated on the island of Rhodes, Cassius Corbulo finds himself embroiled in the investigation) $12.95
Cain, Chelsea Let Me Go (Archie Sheridan #6: With escaped serial killer Gretchen Lowell on the loose, the investigation into the murder of a DEA agent demanding his attention, and journalist Susan Ward showing up at his apartment needing a favor, it's going to be a long Halloween weekend for detective Archie Sheridan) $7.99
Cameron, Christian Marathon (Long War #2: Having won his freedom, Arimnestos must now do battle to preserve it: King Darius has sent a vast army to put down the rebellious Greeks, and burn Athens to the ground) $14.95
Cameron, Christian Storm of Arrows (Tyrant #2: Kineas, his mercenaries, and their Scythian allies have defeated the Macedonian army, and Olbia is free once more. But Alexander plans to crush the Scythians, and Lady Srayanka is pledged to take her tribe to fight him. And Kineas must follow) $14.95
Carlisle, Kate A Cookbook Conspiracy (Bibliophile #7: Brooklyn Wainwright is asked to restore an antique cookbook for her sister's ex-boyfriend, a successful chef. When the ex is found dead, and Brooklyn's sister becomes a suspect, Brooklyn will have to turn up the heat on the investigation) $7.99
Casey, Jane The Last Girl (Maeve Kerrigan #3: 14-year-old Lydia returns to her London home to discover the bodies of her mother and twin sister in the living room, while her father, barrister Philip Kennford, lies unconscious and bleeding upstairs. DC Maeve Kerrigan and DI Josh Derwent suspect that Kennford might have staged the attack on himself after killing his wife and daughter. But Kennford is a self-possessed, intelligent man who knows criminal law inside out; proving that he's guilty will be difficult) $16.99
Castle, Richard et al Unholy Storm (Derrick Storm GN #4: Full color graphic novel. Storm is hired by a French family to investigate when their daughter becomes the fifth victim of a killer targeting daughters of international businessmen) $24.99
Chandler, Jessie Chip Off the Ice Block Murder (Shay O'Hanlon #4: PBO; A romantic getaway in Duluth with her cop girlfriend? Not a chance when Shay's dad is missing - and his gun was used to kill some poor stiff whose body has been found in a giant block of ice at the Winter Carnival) $14.99
Coes, Ben Eye for an Eye (Dewey Andreas #4: When Chinese assassins kill the person he loves most, Andreas goes rogue in his quest for vengeance) $9.99
Connelly, Michael A Darkness More Than Night (Harry Bosch #7: Reissue; Asked by the LAPD to help investigate a baffling series of murders, retired FBI agent Terry McCaleb develops a profile of the killer that seems to fit someone he has worked with in the past: homicide detective Harry Bosch) $10.00
Connelly, Michael The Gods of Guilt (Mickey Haller #5: A murder victim turns out to be a former client, a prostitute Mickey thought he had put on the straight and narrow. He soon finds out that she was back in the sex trade, and that, far from saving her, he may have been the one who put her in danger) $15.00
Conrad, Hy Mr. Monk Gets on Board (Monk #17: Monk insists on going with Natalie to a business conference on a cruise ship. When the cruise director falls overboard, the ship's doctor declares it an accident, but Monk steers the investigation toward murder) $7.99
Corby, Gary The Marathon Conspiracy (Nicolaos #4: Near the Sanctuary of Artemis school for girls, two students have found the skull of the last tyrant to rule Athens - who was supposed to have died 30 years ago, in Persia. When one of the girls is killed and the other disappears, Diotima's childhood teacher turns to her for help. And Pericles wants Nico to find answers about the skull) $26.95
Coriell, Shelley The Broken (PBO; Reporter Kate Johnson survived a serial killer's attack - now she lives life on the run. Assigned to the case, agent Hayden Reed must track Kate down and win her trust, because her darkest secrets hold the key to stopping the killer) $8.00
Culver, Chris By Any Means (Ash Rashid #3: PBO; Ash is headed home when he discovers a pair of bodies, shot execution-style, in a crashed vehicle. With a third person unaccounted for, the police are twenty minutes behind the killer; Ash races to find him before he strikes again) $15.00
Dahl, Arne Bad Blood (Intercrime #2: The team is quietly assigned to track down an American serial killer on the loose in Sweden. As victims are discovered tortured to death on the outskirts of Stockholm, panic grows) $15.95
Dahl, Julia Invisible City (Assigned to cover the murder of a Hasidic Jew in Brooklyn, Rebekah Roberts knows the woman will be buried without autopsy. But the young journalist is determined that the killer won't get away with murder) $24.99
Deaver, Jeffery The Bone Collector (Lincoln Rhyme #1: Reissue; Nero Award winner. An accident has left brilliant forensic criminologist Lincoln Rhyme physically and emotionally shattered. Now a diabolical killer is challenging Rhyme to a terrifying duel of wits. With police detective Amelia Sachs by his side, Rhyme must follow a labyrinth of clues that reaches back to a dark chapter in NYC's past - and reach further into the mind of a madman) $9.99
Dietrich, William The Barbed Crown (Ethan Gage #6: Against a background of imperial pomp and the gathering clouds of war, rogue and adventurer Ethan Gage plots revenge on Napoleon Bonaparte for the kidnapping of his son) $9.99
Donachie, David A Divided Command (John Pearce #10: Trouble follows John Pearce to the Mediterranean. He has to fight admirals, a duel, and even his beloved Emily Barclay. Meanwhile, back in London, his mortal enemy, Emily's husband Captain Ralph Barclay, is seeking a way to confound him) $29.95
Donally, Claire Last Licks (Sunny & Shadow #3: PBO; When Ollie lands in a rehab center after breaking his leg, and his roommate Gardner dies unexpectedly, Ollie is convinced it wasn't natural causes, and assigns Sunny to find out who killed the old flirt. Sunny's cat Shadow is taking a peculiar interest in the center's cat Portia, who has a talent for cozying up to patients right before they die. Is Gardner's death linked to Portia's jinx, or was it his tomcatting around that finally got him fixed?) $7.99
Dorgan, B/Hagberg, D Gridlock (Osborne & Border #2: In rural North Dakota, a lineman is electrocuted and the local cop sent to investigate is shot to death. County sheriff Nate Osborne and journalist Ashley Borden find themselves up against an ex-Spetsnaz terrorist intent on taking down the US power grid) $9.99
Ellis, Kate The Shroud Maker (Wesley Peterson #18: A year after the disappearance of Jenny Bercival, DI Wesley Peterson is called in when the body of a strangled woman is found. Could there be a link between the two women? When archaeologist Neil Watson digs up a grim discovery at a warehouse that belonged to a 14th century trader and pirate, it looks as if history might have inspired the killer) $29.95
Eriksson, Kjell Black Lies, Red Blood (Ann Lindell #9: When journalist Anders Brant disappears and a homeless man's body is found with Brant's phone number in his pocket, police officer Ann Lindell races to find her former beau and clear his name) $25.99
Estleman, Loren D. Ragtime Cowboys (1921: Two former Pinkerton agents, aging Charles Siringo and young Dashiell Hammett, follow clues that take them from the streets of Los Angeles to a conspiracy masterminded by the notorious Joseph P. Kennedy) $24.99
Fabbri, Robert Rome's Executioner (Vespasian #2: 30 CE: Vespasian's patrons in Rome dispatch him to extract an old enemy from a fortress near the Danube before it falls to the legion besieging it. The mission is a key move in a deadly struggle for the right to rule the Roman Empire) $12.95
Fairstein, Linda Death Angel (Alexandra Cooper #15: A woman has been found dead in a secluded part of Central Park; is she a psychopath's first victim, or a clue to other missing women whose remains have never been found? ADA Alexandra Cooper and detective Mike Chapman follow a twisting trail of evidence to find the answer) $9.99
Fluke, Joanne Dead Giveaway (Reissue; Ellen Wingate thought she'd hit the jackpot when an inheritance included a condo in the mountains outside Las Vegas. Now she and her neighbors, trapped by an avalanche, are being stalked by a ruthless killer) $7.99
Force, Marie Fatal Consequences (Sam Holland #3: PBO; The evidence in a murder points to Senator Henry Lightfeather; Sam's investigation reveals a scandal that rocks Washington, DC) $7.99
Goldenbaum, Sally Angora Alibi (Seaside Knitters #7: When the young man who did odd jobs at the doctor's office is murdered, it will take the Seaside Knitters' attention to patterns - and their commitment to bringing Izzy and Sam's baby into a peaceful town - to solve the mystery) $15.00
Goldenbaum, Sally Murder in Merino (Seaside Knitters #8: Newcomer Julia Ainsley wants to buy Izzy's cottage, even though she hasn't set foot inside it. When a body is uncovered in the back yard, and the police find Julia's name and phone number in the victim's pocket, can the Seaside Knitters untangle the case?) $24.95
Grecian, Alex The Black Country (Murder Squad #2: When members of a prominent family disappear from a village in the British Midlands, the local constable sends for Scotland Yard. Inspector Walter Day, Sgt. Nevil Hammersmith, and Dr. Bernard Kingsley respond. But the villagers have secrets, and the more the three investigate, the more they realize they may never be allowed to leave) $16.00
Greenwood, Kerry Murder and Mendelssohn (Phryne Fisher #20: When an orchestra conductor is found dead, DI Jack Robinson needs Phryne's assistance. The man was murdered in a most flamboyant manner by a killer with a point to prove, but how many killers is Phryne really stalking? $24.95 hc also available) $14.95
Haines, Carolyn Smarty Bones (Sarah Booth Delaney #13: When Professor Olive Twist comes to town and starts connecting elite families with a historical scandal, Zinnia's society ladies hire PI Sarah Booth Delaney to find the truth behind Olive's research. When a dead body turns up, Sarah Booth knows there's more than just family pride and Southern heritage at stake) $7.99
Hart, Carolyn Dead, White, and Blue (Death on Demand #23: On July 4th, two islanders disappear. Annie and Max soon find themselves following a twisted trail marked by adultery, blackmail, and betrayal as they pursue a cold-blooded killer) $7.99
Hart, Carolyn Death at the Door (Death on Demand #24: When a beloved doctor is shot to death, an apparent suicide, and a woman is bludgeoned to death with her husband's sculpting mallet, the police consider both cases as good as closed. The doctor's sister turns to Annie and Max for help) $25.95
Hart, Ellen The Lost Women of Lost Lake (Jane Lawless #19: While caring for an injured friend, Jane discovers her friend is actually more troubled by a tragic accident that took place years ago - and the reporter snooping around it) $12.95
Hughes, Mary Ellen The Pickled Piper (Pickled & Preserved #1: PBO; Piper Lamb, proprietor of a small-town pickle and preserves shop, is promoting her new business at the town fair. Things turn sour when a bagpiper turns up dead in her pickle barrel, and her boyfriend becomes a suspect) $7.99
Hunter, Maddy Fleur de Lies (Passport to Peril #9: PBO; It's off to France for a Seine River cruise. When a tour member meets an unfortunate end, is it murder or mishap? Emily has another mystery to solve) $14.99
Iles, Greg Natchez Burning (Penn Cage #4: Dr. Tom Cage is accused of murdering Viola Turner, a black nurse he worked with in the early 1960s. Every effort to defend his father unearths secrets from the past, leading Penn to a conspiracy involving a vicious KKK crew headed by one of Mississippi's wealthiest and most powerful men; Signed copies expected) $27.99
Irving, Terry Courier (1972: With the Watergate scandal rocking the country, Rick Putnam, a Vietnam vet, is working as a courier for a Washington, DC, TV station. After he picks up film from a news crew interviewing a government worker, everyone involved in the story dies within hours, and Rick realizes he is the next target) $7.99
Jance, J.A. Second Watch (J.P. Beaumont #21: After having surgery, a series of dreams takes Beau back to his early days as a Seattle cop, and then to his days in Vietnam. Are they drug-induced hallucinations? He isn't so sure. And when tugging on those threads from long ago leads to present-day murders, his suspicions are confirmed) $9.99
Johnson, Craig A Serpent's Tooth (Walt Longmire #9: Cord Lynear, a Mormon 'lost boy', is back in Absaroka County to search for his missing mother. The clues leads Sheriff Longmire, Deputy Victoria Moretti, and Henry Standing Bear to an interstate polygamy group with a stockpile of weapons) $15.00
Jonasson, Jonas The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden (In 2007, the king and the prime minister of Sweden went missing from a banquet. Later it was said that both had fallen ill, but the real story starts with the birth of Nombeko Mayeki in 1961 Soweto. Fated to die early in her poverty-stricken township, Nombeko takes a different path, eventually making her way up to the helm of one of the world's most secret projects. South Africa developed 6 nuclear missiles in the 1980s, then voluntarily dismantled them in 1994. This is the story of the 7th missile, the one that was never supposed to have existed. Nombeko knows too much about it, and now she's on the run from both the South African justice system and the most terrifying secret service in the world, with the fate of the planet in her hands) $25.99
Kerr, Philip Prayer (Prey to ever-growing doubts about the system and his part in it, FBI domestic terrorism agent Gil Martins offers up a prayer. Then a serial killer terrorizing the morally righteous turns out to have religious motivations, and several prominent secular icons are injured or die under suspicious circumstances. As Gil investigates both cases, he wonders if his prayer is being answered in a most terrifying way) $26.95
Knight, Alanna Murders Most Foul (Inspector Faro #17: Edinburgh, 1861: When the body of a prostitute is found, the police are quick to label it as random violence, but DC Faro believes there's more to it when he finds a playing card on the corpse. His superiors scoff, but days later a man is left badly bruised and battered with a playing card in his pocket. What links the victims?) $16.95
Kriss, Gary The Zodiac Deception (1942: OSS chief Wild Bill Donovan convinces con man David Walker to pose as a German astrologer, on a mission to gain Heinrich Himmler's trust and persuade him to assassinate Hitler) $25.99
Krosoczka, Jarrett J. The Ostrich Conspiracy (Platypus Police Squad #2: Kids; The new Kalamazoo City Dome, the world's largest indoor amusement complex, is going to be the shooting site for a new blockbuster film. So who would want to sabotage the Dome, and why? Detectives Rick Zengo and Corey O'Malley are on the case!) $12.99
le Carre, John A Delicate Truth (2008: Wildlife, a counter-terrorist operation, is being mounted on the British crown colony of Gibraltar to abduct a high-value jihadist arms-buyer. 2011: A disgraced Special Forces soldier delivers a message from the dead. Was Operation Wildlife the success it was cracked up to be, or a human tragedy that was ruthlessly covered up?) $16.00
Ludlow, Jack Soldier of Crusade (Crusades #2: Crusaders en route to take back the holy places of Christendom from the infidel, Bohemund and his nephew Tancred enter the lands of the Byzantine Empire. But Bohemund never passes through a new territory without an eye to gaining land and power. The deciding player in Bohemund's mission to wrest territory for himself will be wily Emperor Alexius Comnenus) $16.95
Lynch, Sean The Fourth Motive (Farrell & Kearns #2: Deputy District Attorney Paige Callen is being stalked, and the police are stumped. Hired by her father, PI Bob Farrell enlists Kevin Kearns to help him protect her and find the stalker) $14.99
MacInerney, Karen Death Runs Adrift (Gray Whale Inn #6: PBO; Innkeeper Natalie Barnes finds a dead man drifting in a skiff. With people she cares about on the hook for murder, she has to catch a killer) $14.99
Mankell, Henning A Treacherous Paradise (1905: At 19, Hanna Renstrom leaves Sweden to seek a better life. In a few years, she finds herself widowed and the owner of a bordello in Portuguese East Africa, where colonialism and white supremacy rule. She is isolated within society by her profession and her sex, and, among the bordello's black prostitutes, by her color. She wrestles with loneliness, and with the racism she's meant to adopt unthinkingly. As her life becomes increasingly intertwined with the prostitutes, she will make a decision that defies every expectation society has of her) $15.95
Mann, D/Pezzullo, R SEAL Team Six: Hunt the Falcon (Thomas Crocker #3: Crocker and his team are on the trail of an Iranian terrorist who has been stealing Libyan nuclear material) $8.00
Maxwell, Edith A Tine to Live, a Tine to Die (Local Foods #1: New farmer Cam Flaherty has to fire her only employee when he refuses to follow organic growing practices; she winds up a murder suspect when he's found with a pitchfork through his neck) $7.99
McGoran, Jon Drift (When he visits the house he's inherited in rural Pennsylvania, narcotics detective Doyle Carrick is unpleasantly surprised to see high-powered drug dealers driving the local roads - dealers the brass back in Philadelphia don't want to hear about) $7.99
McKinlay, Jenn Death of a Mad Hatter (Hat Shop #2: PBO; Scarlett and Viv are providing hats for the Grisby family's fundraiser, an Alice in Wonderland-themed tea. When the Grisby heir is poisoned and traces turn up on his hat, the police become curiouser and curiouser about Scarlett and Viv's involvement) $7.99
Miller, Derek B. Norwegian by Night (New Blood Dagger winner. Sheldon Horowitz has left New York to live with his granddaughter and her husband in Norway. When a dispute between a neighbor and a stranger turns dire, Sheldon shields the neighbor's young son, and they flee the scene. But old age and circumstances are altering Sheldon's experience of time and memory; he and the boy head across the Norwegian wilderness, on the run from demons both real and imagined) $14.95
Mogford, Thomas Sign of the Cross (Spike Sanguinetti #2: His aunt and uncle are dead after a domestic dispute escalated into a bloodbath, but the more Spike learns about their violent deaths, the more he is left with a troubling question. What could have prompted a mild-mannered art historian to stab his wife to death and then kill himself?) $16.00
Moose, Ruth Doing It at the Dixie Dew (Winner of the Malice Domestic Competition for Best First Traditional Mystery. Beth McKenzie's attempt to turn an old southern mansion into a bed & breakfast suffers a setback when her first guest is found dead in bed) $24.99
Morrigan, Laura A Tiger's Tale (Call of the Wilde #2: PBO; When even-tempered Boris the Siberian tiger goes into attack mode, as Grace uses her telepathic ability to calm him, she realizes he has witnessed a crime - a teenaged volunteer at the animal rescue facility has been kidnapped. But the girl's parents think she has run away. Since cop Kai Duncan can't start an investigation based on the word of a tiger, Grace needs to search for solid clues) $7.99
Mortimer, Ian The Time Traveler's Guide to Elizabethan England (Using diaries, letters, books, and other writings of the day, historian Mortimer creates a portrait of daily life, recreating sights, sounds, and customs through the perspective of both commoners and nobility) $17.00
Myers, Tamar The Death of Pie (Pennsylvania Dutch #19: During the Festival of Pies, an acid-penned novelist falls dead into Magdalena Yoder's prize-winning entry. Who was enraged enough to want to poison the writer?) $27.95
Nickson, Chris The Crooked Spire (1361: Orphaned by the Black Death, John finds work in Chesterfield as a carpenter, erecting the spire of the new church. When the master carpenter is murdered and John becomes a suspect, he must help the coroner search for the killer) $13.95
Parker, R/Atkins, A Cheap Shot (Spenser #42: A pro football player's agent hires Spenser to find the men he claims have been harassing his client. When the player's son is kidnapped, it will take both Hawk and Sixkill to watch Spenser's back and get the child home safely) $26.95
Parra, Nancy J. Murder Gone A-Rye (Baker's Treat #2: PBO; Tracks from a scooter like the one Ruth rides lead the police to suspect the outspoken oldster of murdering her archenemy. A former investigative journalist, Ruth decides to solve the murder herself. But as she scoots in where others fear to tread, her granddaughter Toni needs to make sure Ruth stays out of jail and out of harm's way) $7.99
Pastor, Ben A Dark Song of Blood (Martin Bora #3: Rome, 1944: As the Allies fight their way up the Italian peninsula, Wehrmacht officer Martin Bora and police inspector Sandro Guidi must solve three murders: a German embassy secretary has fallen to her death from a fourth-floor window, and a Roman socialite and a headstrong cardinal have been found dead in her apartment) $14.95
Patterson, J/Paetro, M Unlucky 13 (Women's Murder Club #13: Deranged killer Mackie Morales is back. The Women's Murder Club must find her - before she finds them first) $28.00
Patterson, J/Sullivan, M Private Berlin (Private #5: Chris Schneider handles Private Berlin's high-profile cases; when he disappears, agent Mattie Engel is determined to find him) $10.00
Pearson, Ridley Choke Point (Chu & Knox #2: A philanthropist hires Rutherford Risk to shut down an Amsterdam sweatshop that enslaves young girls. To complete the mission, Chu and Knox will also have to shut down the criminal organization behind it) $9.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Pirate Offensive (Executioner #426: PBO; Mack Bolan goes after a group of ruthless pirates armed with powerful weaponry) $5.99
Pflugfelder/Hockensmith Nick and Tesla's Secret Agent Gadget Battle (Nick & Tesla #3: Kids; When they discover that someone has placed their Uncle Newt under electronic surveillance, 11-year-old whiz kids Nick and Tesla are determined to find out who is spying on him, and why. Includes instructions for building assorted gadgets) $12.95
Potzsch, Oliver The Ludwig Conspiracy (Rare book dealer Steve Lukas acquires an encoded diary, written by a confidant of King Ludwig II of Bavaria, who died under suspicious circumstances. Lukas teams up with art detective Sara Lengfeld to investigate Ludwig's fantastical castles, looking for clues to crack the code) $14.95
Price, Cate A Dollhouse to Die For (Deadly Notions #2: PBO; When local collector Harriet Kunes tries to strong-arm Daisy into selling a dollhouse, and an intruder breaks in and tries to steal it, Daisy comes to suspect that the miniature Victorian holds the key to an unsolved murder) $7.99
Rennison, Nick Carver's Quest (London, 1870: Amateur archaeologist Adam Carver and his loyal but obdurate retainer Quint find themselves pitched headlong into a mystery involving a lost text in ancient Greek that may reveal the treasure hoard of Philip II of Macedonia) $12.95
Robotham, Michael (ed) If I Tell You . . . I'll Have to Kill You (Top Australian crime writers share the secrets of their success, their best writing tips, and their favorite must-reads) $16.95
Ross, Barbara Boiled Over (Maine Clambake #2: PBO; When the townspeople want to pin a murder on the clambake company's new employee, who has disappeared, Julia has to cook up a proper investigation to find the real killer) $7.99
Round, Jeffrey Pumpkin Eater (Dan Sharp #2: An anonymous tip sends missing persons investigator Dan Sharp to a burned-out slaughterhouse in Toronto's west end, and a grisly find - someone is targeting sex offenders whose identities have been released on the internet) $11.99
Sandford, John Silken Prey (Lucas Davenport #23: When a political fixer disappears, the clues lead troublingly to the Minneapolis police department, and then to a woman who has very definite ideas about the way the world should work, and the money and ruthlessness to make it happen - no matter who gets in the way) $9.99
Sandford, John Field of Prey (Lucas Davenport #24: When a cistern in an abandoned farmyard near Red Wing, Minnesota, turns out to hold over a dozen corpses, Lucas Davenport is called in to investigate) $28.95
Shaw, Catherine Fatal Inheritance (Vanessa #5: 1900: When a brilliant violinist is found dead, leaving behind a cryptic suicide note mentioning a cursed inheritance, Vanessa's investigation leads to the science of genetics, the dead man's equally brilliant grandfather, and long-kept family secrets) $16.95
Smith, Mark Allen The Inquisitor (Geiger has a gift - he knows a lie when he hears it - which is priceless in his line of work: information retrieval. But when a client demands that he interrogate a 12-year-old boy, Geiger takes the boy to safety, then sets out to discover why the client is so desperate to learn the boy's secret) $9.99
Spillane/Collins Complex 90 (Mike Hammer: In Moscow with a conservative politician on a fact-finding mission, Hammer is imprisoned by the KGB on a bogus charge, and creates an international incident by getting into a fire fight with Russian agents. A single question dogs him: Why was he singled out to accompany the senator to Russia in the first place?) $7.99
Story, Jack Trevor The Trouble with Harry (Reissue; In a small English town, the body of a man has been found in the woods, and 3 different people think they may be responsible for his death. Sam Marlowe becomes a good-natured sleuth, helping to bury, dig up, and rebury the corpse in an effort to evade the authorities and discover the truth about Harry) $16.95
Tafoya, Dennis The Poor Boy's Game (Former US Marshal Frannie Mullen must protect herself and her newly-sober sister from the most dangerous criminal she's ever faced - her own father, newly escaped from prison) $25.99
Templeton, Aline Evil for Evil (Marjory Fleming #7: A skeleton found shackled to the rock in a sea-cave near an isolated Scottish village looks like the relic of some long-ago conflict between rival smuggling gangs - except for the modern watch clasped around the wrist. DI Marjory Fleming investigates) $16.95
Thilliez, Franck Syndrome E (When an old friend develops a case of spontaneous blindness after watching a rare and violent film from the 1950s, detective Lucie Hennebelle discovers that there are unspeakably heinous subliminal images embedded in the film. When nearly everyone who comes in contact with the film starts turning up dead, she enlists the help of Paris police inspector Franck Sharko, who is exploring the film's connection to five murdered men left in the woods) $16.00
Thompson, Victoria Murder in Chelsea (Gaslight #15: A woman has inquired after Catherine, the abandoned child Sarah has taken as her daughter, claiming she was Catherine's nursemaid and is acting on behalf of the girl's mother to reunite them. But when Sergeant Frank Malloy tries to verify the woman's identity, he finds she has been murdered) $7.99
Thompson, Victoria Murder in Murray Hill (Gaslight #16: 1890s NYC: Cop Frank Malloy is assigned to find a missing young woman who had been responding to 'lonely hearts' ads in the newspaper. Her father suspects she has eloped with a stranger, but Malloy knows those who place such ads often do much worse to their victims) $25.95
Viets, Elaine Board Stiff (Dead-End Job #12: One of Sunny Jim's customers was killed in a paddle boarding mishap, and he's sure it was no accident. Helen and Phil are going to have to work fast to catch the killer before he pulls another victim under) $7.99
Viets, Elaine Catnapped! (Dead-End Job #13: The one thing Trish Barrymore and her husband Mort can agree on in their bitter divorce is shared cat custody. When Mort is found brained by a cat tower, and their pedigreed show cat goes missing, Trish calls on Helen and Phil. Can they find the feline filcher and save Trish from a murder rap?) $24.95
Wilde, Tom The Blood of Alexander (Jonathan Blake's job is to steal antiquities back from thieves and looters. He's used to dangerous assignments. But when the US government forces him into a mission involving a missing Napoleonic standard, he finds himself in over his head) $24.99
Wilson, F. Paul Sibs (alternate title: Sister Night) (Reissue; Kara is back in New York City to claim her twin sister Kelly's body, and find out what led to her death. What was behind the perverse, decadent lifestyle Kelly had embraced?) $17.99

EXPECTED MID MAY

Aspe, Pieter The Square of Revenge (Van In #1: After Degroof's jewelry store in Bruges is broken into, Inspector Van In pays little attention to the scrap of paper found in the empty safe, until Degroof's offspring receive letters with the same strange square on them) $14.95
Berry, Steve The Lincoln Myth (Cotton Malone #9: A call from his former boss pulls Cotton Malone from his Copenhagen bookstore into an adventure involving the history of the Mormon Church, a US Senator's secession plan, and a long-lost letter handed down from president to president until it shocked Abraham Lincoln and changed US history) $27.00
Block, Lawrence Borderline (Reissue; A professional gambler. A bored divorcee. A beautiful hitchhiker. A redhead with her own agenda. A killer with a straight razor, on the run from the police. Their lives collide on the border between El Paso, Texas, and Juarez, Mexico - with fatal results; $23.99 hc also available) $9.95
Castle, Richard Wild Storm (Derrick Storm #2: Derrick Storm investigates three suspicious plane crashes where many of the victims were prominent in political, business, and religious circles) $25.99
Cook, Thomas H. Fatherhood and Other Stories (11 works of short fiction from the acclaimed crime writer) $14.95
Deaver, Jeffery The Skin Collector (Lincoln Rhyme #11: A new serial killer, inspired by the Bone Collector, is on the loose. Rhyme must untangle a twisted web of clues before the killer targets more victims - or Rhyme himself) $28.00
Dennison, Hannah Murder at Honeychurch Hall (Kat Stanford is surprised when her mother Iris unexpectedly purchases a carriage house near Honeychurch Hall - and even more surprised to learn that Iris has been penning popular romance novels. The gentry and servants at the Hall regard the newcomers with suspicion. When the nanny goes missing, the housekeeper ends up dead, and Iris is accused of murder, Kat realizes she hardly knows her mother at all, and wonders if she is indeed guilty) $24.99
DuBois, Brendan Fatal Harbor (Lewis Cole #8: When a violent anti-nuke demonstration puts police detective Diane Woods in a coma, Cole abandons his job to find the man who nearly killed his friend) $25.95
Gibson, Gregory The Old Turk's Load (1967: When a five million dollar shipment of heroin disappears, crime lord Angelo DiNoto isn't the only one willing to turn over every rock (and bust some heads, arms, legs, etc) to locate it) $15.00
Gran, Sara Claire DeWitt and the Bohemian Highway (Claire DeWitt #2: Claire investigates the robbery that led to the death of her ex-boyfriend, a popular musician in the San Francisco scene) $14.95
Grecian, Alex The Devil's Workshop (Murder Squad #3: London, 1890: When four vicious murderers escape from prison, Walter Day, Nevil Hammersmith, and the rest of the Murder Squad must hunt them down before they can resume their bloody sprees. And another, uncaught killer is prepared to join forces with them - Jack the Ripper) $26.95
Hale, Bruce Playing with Fire (School for S.P.I.E.S. #1: Kids; Juvenile delinquent and budding pyromaniac Max Segredo ends up on the very heavily guarded doorstep of Merry Sunshine Orphanage, where he learns a few things: first, cracking a cipher isn't as hard as it seems; second, never sass your instructor if she's holding throwing knives; and third, he may not be an orphan after all. Max and the rest of the students are sent on a mission to keep a dangerous weapon out of the hands of LOTUS, an international group bent on world domination) $6.99
Hill, Antonio The Summer of Dead Toys (Salgado #1: Inspector Hector Salgado, an Argentine living in Barcelona, is assigned to a routine accidental death: a college student's fall from a balcony in a ritzy neighborhoods. Salgado discovers the death was not simple, and drugs might be involved. The trail will lead him deep into the underbelly of Barcelona's high society) $15.00
Hunter, Stephen Sniper's Honor (Bob Lee Swagger #9: Swagger uncovers why WWII's greatest sniper was erased from history - and why her disappearance still matters today) $27.99
Johnson, Craig Any Other Name (Walt Longmire #10: Gerald Holman is dead, and Lucian wants to know what drove his old friend to take his own life. Sheriff Walt Longmire learns that the by-the-book detective for the neighboring county might have suppressed evidence concerning three missing women, and uncovers an incriminating secret so dark that it may claim other lives) $26.95
Kane, Ben Rebellion (Spartacus #2: After their victories over the Roman army, Spartacus wants to lead his men over the Alps and home, but Castus and Gannicus want to march on Rome and bring the Republic to its knees) $15.99
Lackberg, Camilla The Stranger (UK title: The Gallows Bird) (Patrik Hedstrom #4: A Fjallbacka woman is killed in a car crash, but it isn't a clear-cut drunk driving case. The victim's blood contains high alcohol levels, but she rarely drank a drop. Meanwhile, a reality TV show begins shooting in the town, and a drunken party ends with an unpopular contestant's murder. Could there be a murderer among the cast and crew?) $15.95
Lackberg, Camilla The Hidden Child (Patrik Hedstrom #5: Erica Falck searches for answers about her family's World War II activities; when a man who refused to answer her questions meets a violent death soon after, detective Patrik Hedstrom is drawn into the murder investigation. Who would kill to bury secrets so old?) $25.95
Larsson, Asa Until Thy Wrath Be Past (Rebecka Martinsson #4: International Dagger finalist. A young woman's body surfaces through the breaking ice of a river in northern Sweden. At the same time, visions of a shadowy figure haunt the dreams of prosecutor Rebecka Martinsson. Could the body belong to the ghost in her dreams? Her investigation stirs up rumors of a German supply plane that went missing in 1943, and of Nazi collaborators. And a murderer is willing to kill again to keep the past buried) $14.99
Limon, Martin Nightmare Range (Suneo & Bascom: Collection; 17 stories featuring Army Intelligence investigators Sergeant George Sueno and Sergeant Ernie Bascom in 1960s-1970s Korea) $14.95
Link, Charlotte The Other Child (When a student is murdered in Scarborough, the investigators have no leads. Months later, after a similar murder, they struggle to establish a connection between the victims. Detective Valerie Almond suspects the obvious: a rift within the second victim's family. But there is far more to the case, a dark secret linked to the evacuation of children to Scarborough during WWII) $15.95
Mosley, Walter Debbie Doesn't Do It Anymore (After black porn queen Debbie Dare's tomcatting husband dies, leaving her with massive debts that various LA thugs want to collect on, she decides she's done with porn. But executing her exit strategy from the porn subculture is a wrenching and far from simple process) $25.95
Nesbo, Jo The Son (When a young man with uncanny abilities to soothe and absolve, serving time for crimes he didn't commit, learns some long-hidden truths about his dead father, he makes a brilliant prison escape, and begins hunting down the people responsible for the hideous crimes he's paid for) $25.95
Preston, Douglas The Kraken Project (Wyman Ford #4: When things go awry at a NASA test of a space probe, an explosion kills several scientists, and the probe's AI flees into the internet. The president's science advisor taps Wyman Ford to track down the self-modifying software) $26.99
Robotham, Michael Lost (Joe O'Loughlin #2: Reissue; After a firefight that landed him in the Thames, covered in his own blood and that of at least two other people, DI Vincent Ruiz is accused of faking amnesia. He turns to psychologist Joe O'Loughlin to help him unearth his memory and clear his name) $15.00
Rollins, J/Blackwood, G The Kill Switch (Tucker Wayne #1: SIGMA Force turns to former Army Ranger Wayne Tucker and his military working dog Kane to extract a Russian pharmaceutical magnate from Siberia. The scientific genius holds the biological key to a new weapon system engineered from the ancient past) $27.99
Russinovich, Mark Rogue Code (Jeff Aiken #3: Called in to investigate a possible computer security breach at the New York Stock Exchange, Jeff Aiken discover that those in charge knew about it. Now he has to stop a billion-dollar heist that could upend the US economy) $25.99
Salvalaggio, Karin Bone Dust White (When Grace Adams witnesses a woman's murder, she's shocked to discover the victim is her mother Leanne, who abandoned her years ago. But detective Macy Greeley has been waiting for Leanne's return ever since she disappeared. She's looking to close a case that has been haunting Collier, Montana, for far too long) $24.99
Talty, Stephan Hangman (Abbie Kearney #2: The city of Buffalo is in a panic after a serial killer escapes from prison; homicide detective Abbie Kearney is tasked with finding him before he claims another victim) $26.00
Thomas, Will Fatal Enquiry (Barker & Llewelyn #6: Victorian London: Believing they need his help, the British government has granted aristocratic sociopath Sebastian Nightwine immunity for his past crimes. When private enquiry agent Cyrus Barker and his assistant Thomas Llewelyn set out to uncover and thwart Nightwine's real plans, they find themselves in the gravest danger of their lives) $25.99
Thor, Brad Hidden Order (Scot Harvath #12: When the five candidates being considered to head a US black ops agency go missing, then turn up murdered, counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath faces his most dangerous mission ever.) $9.99


Contact Us Privacy Credits

2002 Copyright Uncle Hugo's Science Fiction Bookstore