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Newsletter #106 June August, 2014

RECENTLY RECEIVED & FORTHCOMING MYSTERIES

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Mystery Scene #134 (Articles about Owen Laukkanen, Veronica Mars, E. Phillips Oppenheim, more) $7.50
Ace, Cathy The Corpse with the Silver Tongue (Cait Morgan #1: PBO; When a man drops dead at a dinner party in the south of France, all the guests fall under suspicion, including Welsh-Canadian criminology professor Cait Morgan) $14.95
Ace, Cathy The Corpse with the Golden Nose (Cait Morgan #2: PBO; When an plea to look into the death of a world-famous vintner goes hand in hand with the opportunity to attend an exclusive gourmet event in British Columbia's wine country, how can foodie criminologist Cait Morgan resist?) $14.95
Allingham/Ripley Mr. Campion's Farewell (Albert Campion #22: Based on a 1969 manuscript fragment by Allingham's husband Youngman Carter. When Albert Campion contemplates visiting his niece in Carfax, he is warned that the village isn't as idyllic it seems. And when a missing schoolteacher reappears after nine days, and Campion's car is inadvertently damaged - not to mention Campion himself - all signs point to this being true) $28.95
Benson, E.F. The Blotting Book (Reissue; Originally published in 1908. Morris Assheton is in love, so when he discovers that Mills, dastardly partner to the Assheton family lawyer, has been whispering poisonous rumors about him to the girl's father, he vows revenge. Suspicion naturally falls on Morris when Mills' body is found) $13.95
Benson, E.F. The Luck of the Vails (Reissue; Originally published in 1901. In a portrait, Francis Vail brandishes a golden goblet, the Luck of the Vails, which has brought the family nothing but ruin and death. On the eve of his 21st birthday, when Harry Vail discovers the Luck hidden in the attic, the family curse returns) $13.95
Billingham, Mark The Dying Hours (Tom Thorne #11: Having stepped out of line once too often, Tom Thorne is back in uniform. When his suspicions about a spate of apparent suicides among the London elderly are dismissed by the Murder Squad he was once part of, he is forced to investigate alone) $25.00
Billingham, Mark The Bones Beneath (Tom Thorne #12: Psychopathic killer Stuart Nicklin offers to reveal the whereabouts of one of his earliest victims, but he wants Tom Thorne, the cop who put him away, to be there when he does it. On a remote island off the Welsh coast, it becomes clear that Nicklin's motives are far from altruistic) $25.00
Black, Cara Murder Below Montparnasse (Aimee Leduc #13: Her long-time business partner and friend Rene has abandoned her to move to Silicon Valley, her godfather has bullied her into getting involved in a government case against a hacker, and now, to make matters worse, Parisian PI Aimee Leduc has stumbled into what seems to be an art heist gone terribly wrong) $14.95
Block, Lawrence The Burglar Who Counted Spoons (Bernie Rhodenbarr #11: Lighthearted, light-fingered Bernie Rhodenbarr and his lesbian sidekick Carolyn Kaiser break into houses, apartments, and a museum in an adventure replete with American Colonial silver, an F. Scott Fitzgerald manuscript, a priceless portrait, and a remarkable array of buttons. And, wouldn't you know it, there's a dead body stretched out on a valuable carpet) $14.99
Brett, Simon Blotto, Twinks and the Bootlegger's Moll (Blotto & Twinks #4: Blotto and Twinks head to Prohibition-era Chicago, hoping to save Tawcester Towers from financial ruin by marrying Blotto to an American heiress. That is, until Twinks discovers the dirty undertakings of the girl's father, a meat-packing magnate with ties to the Chicago mob) $14.95
Brett, Simon The Corpse on the Court (Fethering #14: When a man dies on the the tennis court in suspicious circumstances, Jude finds herself caught up in the investigation. Meanwhile, Carole is trying to identify the human remains locally known as the Lady in the Lake. When the two cases intertwine, it leads to more murders) $15.95
Brons, Janet A Quiet Kill (Hay & Forsyth #1: PBO; Scotland Yard DCI Stephen Hay and RCMP Inspector Liz Forsyth team up to investigate when the chief trade commissioner for Canada is found murdered in the Official Residence in London, England) $14.95
Brookmyre, Christopher When the Devil Drives (McLeod & Sharp #2: Actress turned PI Jasmine Sharp's hunt for a missing woman takes her back into the world of professional theater, and intertwines with DS Catherine McLeod's investigation of a murder at an outdoor theater in the Scottish Highlands) $15.00
Brown, Dan Inferno (Robert Langdon #4: In Italy, symbologist Robert Langdon is drawn into a harrowing world centered on Dante's Inferno , battling a chilling adversary and grappling with an ingenious riddle that pulls him into a landscape of classical art, secret passageways, and futuristic science) $9.99
Bude, John The Cornish Coast Murder (Reissue; Originally published in 1935. Reverend Dodd spends his evenings reading detective stories. When the quiet village's secretive and ill-tempered magistrate is found with a bullet through his head, Inspector Bigswell is baffled by the complete absence of clues. Luckily, the vicar is ready to put his keen understanding of the criminal mind to the test) $15.00
Bude, John The Lake District Murder (Reissue; Originally published in 1935. Inspector Meredith faces a complex investigation where every clue leads to another puzzle. Was this a suicide, or something more sinister? Why was the dead man planning to flee the country? And how is this connected to the shady business dealings at an isolated garage?) $15.00
Burrows, Steve A Siege of Bitterns (Domenic Jejeune #1: PBO; DCI Domenic Jejeune popular with the media (unfortunately, from his point of view), and fond of birdwatching. His ambitious superintendent is hoping for a welcome blaze of publicity when she assigns him to investigate the bizarre murder of a prominent ecological activist, but she begins to have doubts when his most promising theory involves a feud over birdwatching lists) $15.99
Cameron, Christian Alexander: God of War (As a boy, Alexander dreamed of matching the heroic feats of Achilles. At 18, he led the Macedonian cavalry to a stunning victory against the Greeks. By 25, he had crushed the Persians in three monumental battles, and ruled the greatest empire the world had ever seen. Men began to call him a god. His boyhood friend Ptolemy tells another, more complex story, of the man behind the legend) $15.95
Cameron, Christian The Ill-Made Knight (1300s: William's head is filled with tales of chivalry, but he must make do with being squire to his childhood friend Sir Robert. When Sir Robert is cut down at Poitiers, William begins a bloody career as a mercenary. But it is among the spies, assassins, and hired killers serving their ruthless masters in a clandestine war among the Italian city-states that he will finally discover the true meaning of chivalry, and his destiny as a knight) $14.95
Coleman, Reed Farrel The Hollow Girl (Moe Prager #8: When a shadowy figure from his past begs him to locate her missing daughter, PI Moe Prager discovers that no one involved is quite who they appear to be, especially the missing daughter. Moe finds little proof that anyone is actually missing as he tries to piece together a case from half-truths and lies) $16.99
Cotterill, Colin The Woman Who Wouldn't Die (Dr. Siri #9: 1978: National coroner Dr. Siri Paiboun and his wife Madame Daeng are sent along to supervise the excavation of the long-lost remains of a Lao general's brother, at a location revealed by a clairvoyant. Dr. Siri is obsessed with the pretty medium's abilities, but Madame Daeng doesn't trust the woman. What is the group really digging up?) $15.95
Davies, David Stuart The Darke Chronicles: Tales of a Victorian Puzzle-Solver (Collection; 7 stories featuring flamboyant Victorian aristocrat Luther Darke tackling mysteries that have baffled Scotland Yard) $13.95
DeSilva, Bruce Providence Rag (Liam Mulligan #3: A juvenile serial killer, due to be released at age 21 by Rhode Island law, is still in prison years later, for crimes committed while incarcerated - fabricated to keep the killer behind bars. While reporter Liam Mulligan looks for a legal way to keep the killer there, his pal Mason sets out to prove officials are perverting justice - because if they could frame this monster, they could do it to anyone) $25.99
Dickinson, Peter Emma Tupper's Diary (Reissue; Kids; Emma is spending the summer with her Scottish cousins, who are wonderful material for her attempt to win the School Prize for most interesting holiday diary - they are using their grandfather's old mini-submarine to see if they can find a monster in the family loch) $12.00
Doherty, Paul The Midnight Man (Canterbury Mystery #7: It's the physician's turn to enthrall his fellow pilgrims with a terrifying tale. When Brother Anselm and his novice are summoned to perform an exorcism, the demons that plague the church appear to have been summoned by an infamous sorcerer. But what has he unleashed - and why? Is there any link to the disappearance of young women in the area?) $15.95
Donohue, John Tengu: The Mountain Goblin (Connor Burke #3: A renegade martial arts Sensei has been recruited to train a splinter group of Asian terrorists with links to Al Qaeda. Martial arts scholar Connor Burke and his teacher Yamashita go in search of this most deadly of foes) $12.95
Donohue, John Kage: The Shadow (Connor Burke #4: PBO; Martial arts scholar Connor Burke and his teacher Yamashita must pierce the cloud of mystery surrounding a murdered writer's work and a cryptic manuscript that has captured the deadly interest of rival smuggling gangs along the Arizona border) $12.95
Doody, Margaret Aristotle Detective (Aristotle & Stephanos #1: Reissue; 1978 CWA New Blood Dagger finalist. Athens, 332 BCE: When an eminent citizen is found murdered, suspicion falls on young Philemon. By Athenian law, his cousin Stephanos is elected to defend his name in court. In desperation, Stephanos seeks assistance from his former mentor Aristotle) $17.00
Doody, Margaret Aristotle and Poetic Justice (Aristotle & Stephanos #2: Reissue; 330 BCE: When a party being given by wealthy Athenian silver miners is followed by a kidnapping and more than one grisly murder, Stephanos and his mentor Aristotle investigate) $17.00
Doody, Margaret Aristotle and the Secrets of Life (Aristotle & Stephanos #3: Reissue; 330 BCE: When he must flee Athens, Aristotle sets sail with his young protege Stephanos and a colorful cast of travelers. Along the way, Aristotle's wisdom must save them from storms, conspirators, and pirates) $18.00
Downing, David Jack of Spies (1913: Traveling salesman Jack McColl moonlights collecting intelligence for His Majesty's Navy in the Far East, but with a geopolitical catastrophe brewing, he finds the task growing much more dangerous. Then he realizes that his girlfriend's Irish-American family might be embroiled in the Irish Republican movement. Must he choose between his country and the woman he loves?) $27.95
Doyle, Arthur Conan Tales of Twilight and the Unseen (Reissue; Collection; 12 tales of ghosts, obscure scientific experiments, and unexplained phenomena) $12.95
Ellory, R.J. Candlemoth (Reissue; 2003 CWA Steel Dagger finalist. Daniel is on death row for the murder of Nathan. He tells his story, from their unlikely boyhood friendship in 1960s South Carolina - Daniel white, Nathan black - through first loves, Vietnam, and the pair's flight from the draft, which ended in Nathan's brutal murder) $16.95
Fabbri, Robert False God of Rome (Vespasian #3: Vespasian watches young emperor Caligula deteriorate to an all-powerful madman. Caligula plans to bridge the Bay of Neapolis and ride over it wearing Alexander's breastplate; it falls to Vespasian to travel to Alexandria and steal it) $12.95
Faraday, Jess Turnbull House (Ira Adler #2: PBO; London, 1891: Ira Adler has built a respectable life for himself, even serving on the board of a youth shelter. When the shelter's landlord threatens to evict them, Ira turns to his ex-lover, crime lord Cain Goddard, for a loan. But the loan comes with strings, pulling Ira back into the life of crime he worked so hard to escape) $16.95
Farrington, Robert The Killing of Richard III (Wars of the Roses #1: Reissue; 1483: After King Edward IV dies, when scandal and conspiracy explode around the young princes' claim to the throne, Richard of Gloucester is proclaimed King Richard III. Shortly after, the princes vanish. Fighter and royal spy Henry Morane is tasked with investigating the disappearance and hunting out of traitors. And at Bosworth Field, King Richard and Henry Morane will face a fatal trial that will dictate the path of history) $13.95
Ford, G.M. Chump Change (Leo Waterman #8: Hearing a dying stranger call you by name would leave anyone full of questions. For PI Leo Waterman, it means a road trip to Idaho to find out how a good-hearted young man with millions got skinned - in more ways than one) $14.95
Fox, Margalit The Riddle of the Labyrinth: The Quest to Crack an Ancient Code (Nonfiction. Linguist and journalist Fox tells the story of the three investigators whose combined work would eventually crack an ancient secret code, and takes readers step by step through the process involved) $16.99
Gardner, Mark Lee Shot All to Hell (Nonfiction. The story of the legendary James-Younger gang and their raid on the Northfield bank, as well as the two-week chase that followed, and the final shootout on the Watonwan River in southern Minnesota) $15.99
Grace, Margaret (aka Madison, Ada also Minichino, Camille) Madness in Miniature (Miniature #7: PBO; When the grand opening of a giant chain crafts store is accompanied by an earthquake and a murder in the store, there's plenty of opportunity for miniaturist Gerry Porter and her computer-whiz granddaughter Maddie to help the police investigate) $15.95
Graham, Scott Canyon Sacrifice (PBO; On his first trip with his new family, archaeologist Chuck Bender must face up to the secrets of his past and save his kidnapped stepdaughter from murderous kidnappers in Grand Canyon National Park) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell Murder Every Hour / The Time Master (Shadow #81: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell The Spy Ring / The White Column (Shadow #82: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Gruber, Frank Oliver Quade, the Human Encyclopedia (Collection; reprints 11 stories from the pulps featuring fast-talking amateur sleuth (and encyclopedia salesman) Oliver Quade) $16.99
Haas, Wolf Resurrection (Brenner #1: After leaving the police force, Simon Brenner is looking forward to some peace and quiet in an Alpine village. Instead he winds up investigating when an American couple are found frozen to death on the ski lift) $14.95
Hamilton, Steve Winter of the Wolf Moon (Alex McKnight #2: Reissue; When a young woman from the Ojibwa tribe asks ex-cop Alex McKnight for shelter from her violent boyfriend, McKnight agrees. But after letting her stay in one of his Michigan cabins, he finds her gone the next morning. His search for her leads to a thickening web of crime, and takes him from the secretive world of the Ojibwa reservation to the Canadian border and deep into the silent woods) $14.99
Harrod-Eagles, Cynthia Blood Never Dies (Bill Slider #15: A young man is found dead in his bath, exsanguinated. As DI Slider and his team try to identify the man - whose personal papers are missing, along with his wallet and keys - it seems that the more they find out about him, the less they really know) $15.95
Hay, Mavis Doriel Death on the Cherwell (Reissue; Originally published in 1935. When a secret society of Persephone College undergraduates finds the bursar's drowned body floating in the principal's canoe, the police assume that a student prank got out of hand, but the resourceful Persephone girls suspect foul play, and take the investigation into their own hands) $15.00
Hill, Suzette A. A Little Murder (Rosy Gilchrist #1: 1950s London: When her wealthy Aunt Marcia is discovered dead, naked with a coal scuttle on her head, Rosy Gilchrist is reluctantly drawn into the investigation, encountering those she would prefer to avoid and uncovering facts she would rather not know) $16.95
Hoch, Edward D. Nothing is Impossible (1930s: Sam Hawthorne, a New England country doctor, solves 15 seemingly impossible crimes) $19.00
Hornsby, Wendy The Color of Light (Maggie MacGowen #9: PBO; Maggie discovers that her father had locked away an old home movie that is potential evidence in a decades-old unsolved murder. It quickly becomes clear that there are people who will go to lethal lengths to keep the truth from coming out) $15.95
Jakubowski, Maxim (ed) The New Mammoth Book of Pulp Fiction (Anthology; reprints 33 hardboiled stories) $13.95
James, Bill Play Dead (Harpur & Iles #30: Good detective work allowed Harpur and Iles to arrest a police officer who murdered an undercover operative. But who ordered the execution? Just how high did the conspiracy go?) $15.95
Janes, J. Robert Carnival (St-Cyr & Kohler #15: 1943: In German-occupied Alsace, where speaking French is all it takes to lose one's freedom, Gestapo agent Hermann Kohler and French inspector St-Cyr investigate a pair of suspicious suicides at a POW camp) $14.99
Kaaberbol, L/Friis, A Death of a Nightingale (Nina Borg #3: Natasha is suspected of killing her Danish fiance. Three years ago, her husband in Kiev was killed in the same manner. Danish Red Cross nurse Nina Borg had tried to help Natasha leave her abusive fiance. Now Nina tries to protect Natasha's daughter and discover the truth) $26.95
Kadare, Ismail The Palace of Dreams (The palace of dreams stands at the heart of a vast empire. Inside, workers search out Master-Dreams that will provide clues to the destiny of the empire and its Sultan. As Mark-Alem rises through the palace hierarchy, the pressure increases as he becomes familiar with the fates of subversive dreamers, and personally responsible for the sort of dreams that might ruin an entire family) $14.95
Kernick, Simon Relentless (With his wife missing, an unidentified corpse in her office, his home occupied by three armed men, and the police after him for crimes too horrible to contemplate, John Meron's quiet life is about to get a lot more interesting) $15.00
Lansdale, Joe R. Cold in July (Reissue; Everybody in town knows Richard Dane killed a man in self defense. Except Ben Russel, ex-con father of the criminal who invaded Dane's home. When Russel comes looking for revenge, the two are unexpectedly drawn into a conspiracy concealing the vilest of crimes. Surrounded by police corruption, Mafia deception, and underworld brutality, Dane, Russel, and eccentric PI Jim Bob Luke have discovered a game they may not survive) $14.95
Leather, Stephen True Colours (Dan Shepherd #10: When an assassin starts killing off some of the world's richest men, a Russian oligarch with friends in high places seeks the protection of MI5, and Spider Shepherd is placed in the line of fire) $10.95
Levy, Viv The Mysterious Disappearance at Bird Bridge (Novelette. Black & white illustrations throughout. Hampstead Heath, London: When Fidel, whose human makes delicious liver cake, disappears, canine pals Dot and Elsie set out to find him) $24.00
Lloyd, Jennifer Murilla Gorilla, Jungle Detective (Murilla Gorilla #1: Kids; Full color picture book. When the banana muffins disappear from her market stall, Ms. Chimpanzee summons jungle detective Murilla Gorilla to track them down. Can she find the culprit?) $9.95
Lloyd, Jennifer Murilla Gorilla and the Lost Parasol (Murilla Gorilla #2: Kids; Full color picture book. After a rainstorm passes through Mango Market, Parrot's yellow parasol is missing. Can Murilla find it?) $9.95
Long, David A History of London in 100 Places (Nonfiction. London has been shaped by invasion, occupation, and immigration, by upheavals as diverse as the Great Fire, the Blitz, and the Big Bang. Journalist David Long chooses 100 places that best tell this history, from frost fairs, Victorian stations, and Saxon burial grounds, to medieval plague pits, Roman barges, and modern business megaliths) $16.99
Low, Robert The Lion Rampant (Kingdom #3: 1314: Robert the Bruce has reigned for eight hard years, driving out his English enemies with fire and sword, but three great fortresses remain under English rule. Bruce must capture each stronghold; and then the last great battle for the Scottish throne will be decided on the bloody field of Bannockburn) $20.99
Ludlow, Jack Prince of Legend (Crusades #3: Bohemund takes a firm grip on the city of Antioch, despite the depleted crusading army. Meanwhile, his nephew Tancred seeks his fortune in taking Jerusalem for the Christian faith) $16.95
McManus, Patrick F. The Tamarack Murders (Bo Tully #5: Blight County, Idaho, sheriff Bo Tully has seen his share of small-town crime. When he and his deputy hike into the deep woods, tracking a suspected bank robber, the murder they witness will lead the sheriff on an intricate trail. Will Tully get his man (or men) this time? And what about the missing loot?) $24.95
McPherson, Catriona The Day She Died (PBO; When Gus King's wife commits suicide, he turns to Jessie Constable to help his kids. But who is the ragged stranger Jessie sees from the corner of her eye? Why are men she doesn't know threatening her?) $14.99
O'Brien, Kevin Tell Me You're Sorry (PBO; Stephanie has barely recovered from her sister's suicide when her brother-in-law and his new wife are murdered. Stephanie realizes something is desperately wrong, but the police won't listen. Her only ally is another victim's son; together they uncover a trail of vengeance, and a relentless killer) $9.99
Page, Katherine Hall Small Plates (Collection. 9 short stories, 2 featuring Faith Fairchild) $24.99
Paris, Harper The Mystery of the Gold Coin (Greetings from Somewhere #1: Kids; When their mom gets a job as a travel writer, twin second-graders Ethan and Ella must leave their hometown. Can they track down the gold coin Ethan lost before it's time to head to the airport?) $4.99
Paris, Harper The Mystery of the Mosaic (Greetings from Somewhere #2: Kids; Venice, Italy: Can Ethan and Ella help find a stolen gondola, and locate an ancient mosaic Grandpa Harry told them about?) $4.99
Paris, Harper The Mystery of the Stolen Painting (Greetings from Somewhere #3: Kids; When their visit to Paris includes a trip to the Louvre, twins Ethan and Ella find themselves hunting for a stolen painting - and for a nearby bakery that is so secret you need a password to get inside) $4.99
Parot, Jean-Francois The Man with the Lead Stomach (Nicolas Le Floch #2: 1761: When the body of a courtier's son is found at the opera, the evidence points to suicide, but newly promoted Commissioner Le Floch's instincts tell him he is dealing with murder of the most gruesome kind) $15.95
Robeson, Kenneth The Wilder Curse / Midnight Murder (Avenger #12: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Roslund/Hellstrom Cell 8 (alternate title: Redemption) (Ewert Grens #3: While looking into a beating on a Baltic ferry, Detective Ewert Grens discovers that the perpetrator is actually an American citizen - who supposedly died on Death Row the previous year. His investigation will blow the worldwide debate about the death penalty wide open) $9.99
Rowling, JK/Galbraith, R The Cuckoo's Calling (Cormoran Strike #1: PI Strike is hired to investigate the death of a supermodel that the police have ruled a suicide) $18.00
Straley, John The Big Both Ways (1935: Ellie is an anarchist from the Seattle docks, who takes care of her young niece and dreams of flying planes. Right now she's got a busted nose, and a dead man in the trunk of her car. Accompanied by Slip, who stopped to help them get the car out of a ditch, Ellie and her niece wind up heading for Alaska, followed by union men out for revenge, and by a dogged Seattle police detective who is looking for a new life of his own) $14.95
Tallis, F.R. (Frank) The Forbidden (1890s: Dr. Paul Clement hears of patients who have died, then been brought back to life, who have witnessed what they believed to be Heaven itself. Using knowledge he swore never to use, he attempts that himself, but something goes wrong. When he returns to the land of the living, has he brought with him an unspeakable evil so powerful it can never be banished?) $25.95
Thomas, R/Graham, J The Thousand Dollar Tan Line (Veronica Mars: PBO; Novel that picks up where the feature film left off. When a girl disappears from a spring break party, PI Veronica Mars is called in to investigate. The house the girl vanished from belongs to a man with serious criminal ties, plunging Veronica into an underworld of drugs and organized crime with a shocking connection to Veronica's past) $15.95
Trent, Christine Stolen Remains (Lady of Ashes #2: PBO; Undertaker Violet Harper is honored to be chosen for the funeral of Queen Victoria's close friend. When his remains disappear, Violet's investigation takes her from servants' quarters to Windsor Castle to the tombs of ancient Egypt) $15.00
Tursten, Helene The Fire Dance (Irene Huss #6: The murder of a young ballerina, apparently an arson victim, sets off alarm bells for DI Irene Huss, who remembers matching details from an unsolved case 15 years earlier) $26.95
Valen, Christopher Death's Way (John Santana #5: PBO; An escort's death that may be linked to a similar death six years earlier draws St. Paul homicide detective John Santana toward a secret that could destroy the lives of some powerful men) $15.00
Wilcox, John Fire Across the Veldt (Simon Fonthill #9: South Africa, 1900: Simon Fonthill, his wife Alice, 352 Jenkins, and tracker Mzingeli are traveling to Pretoria to meet with General Kitchener. When he learns that the next Boer move will be to attack the Cape Colony, Fonthill must race to locate and defeat the enemy forces in time) $16.95
Wilcox, John Bayonets Along the Border (Simon Fonthill #10: North West India, 1897: Former army scout Simon Fonthill, his wife Alice, and their old friend 352 Jenkins are en route to a party when an ambush proves things are not as peaceful as they believed. When Viceroy Elgin tasks Simon with delivering an important letter, the group sets out for the Khyber Pass, with danger dogging their steps) $29.95
Williams, Reba White Restrike (Coleman & Dinah Greene #1: Reissue; NYC: North Carolina cousins Coleman and Dinah Greene are hoping to make their marks, Coleman as editor of an arts magazine and Dinah as owner of a gallery. When a print dealer dies in peculiar circumstances after a billionaire announces plans to fund a print museum, it's up to Coleman to convince the NYC cops that there's a connection) $13.95
Williams, Reba White Fatal Impressions (Coleman & Dinah Greene #2: PBO; Hired to select and hang art in the New York offices of a consulting firm, Dinah finds improprieties everywhere, including missing art worth a fortune. When two staff members are murdered, Dinah and Coleman must find the killer to clear Dinah's name) $13.95
Wishart, David Solid Citizens (Marcus Corvinus #15: 39 CE: Celebrating the Winter Festival at his adopted daughter's home, Marcus Corvinus investigates when an apparently respectable local politician is found beaten to death at the rear entrance of the town brothel) $28.95

EXPECTED EARLY JUNE

Ace, Cathy The Corpse with the Emerald Thumb (Cait Morgan #3: Criminologist Cait Morgan was looking forward to her Mexican vacation with her boyfriend Bud. She wasn't anticipating a fresh corpse at a florist's shop, and she definitely wasn't expecting Bud to become prime suspect) $14.95
Ahmad, A.X. The Caretaker (Ranjit Singh #1: Ranjit Singh, a disgraced Indian Army Captain, works as a caretaker on Martha's Vineyard. Needing a place to stay, he moves his family into a senator's empty house. When armed men break in looking for an antique porcelain doll, Singh is drawn into the senator's shadowy world) $14.99
Alan, Isabella Murder, Simply Stitched (Amish Quilt Shop #2: PBO; When Angie's closest friend becomes a murder suspect, the quilting circle must patch together the clues to stop a killer) $7.99
Baldacci, David (ed) FaceOff (Anthology; 11 original stories in which 23 of the world's top thriller writers pair their series characters) $26.99
Bates, Stephen The Poisoner (Nonfiction. A fresh look at notorious Victorian Dr. William Palmer's life and disputed crimes, using previously undiscovered letters from Palmer and new forensic examinations of his victims) $27.95
Black, Benjamin Holy Orders (Quirke #6: 1950s Dublin: When the body of his daughter's friend is brought to his autopsy table, Quirke investigates, along with Inspector Hackett, and learns just how far the Catholic Church and its supporters will go to protect their interests) $16.00
Bohjalian, Chris The Light in the Ruins (Tuscany, 1943: The Rosatis believe that the walls of their ancient villa will keep them safe from the war, until soldiers arrive on their doorstep asking to see an ancient burial site. 1955: With a serial killer targeting the Rosati family, police investigator Serafina Bettini must dig into the secrets of the past) $15.95
Bolin, Janet Night of the Living Thread (Threadville #4: PBO; For a friend's Halloween wedding, the Threadville gang have fashioned a prank wedding dress. When the garish gown is involved in a murder, Willow must follow a trail of glow-in-the-dark thread, delve into ancient Egyptian curses, and creep through a haunted graveyard to unearth a killer) $7.99
Bolton, S.J. (Sharon) A Dark and Twisted Tide (Lacey Flint #4: Lacey is enjoying life among London's weird and wonderful riverboat community. When she discovers the shrouded body of a young woman in the Thames, the investigation leads her marine policing unit to suspect that it was deliberately left for Lacey to find) $25.99
Booth, Stephen The Kill Call (Cooper & Fry #9: Baffling clues in a murder case plunge DC Ben Cooper and DS Diane Fry into a case involving horses, wealth, and a site where a centuries-old outbreak of the Black Death has been transformed into a tourist attraction) $11.99
Brackmann, Lisa Hour of the Rat (Ellie McEnroe #2: When she agrees to help an old Army buddy search for his missing brother, Ellie finds herself entangled in a conspiracy that may or may not involve a sinister biotech company, eco-terrorists, an art-obsessed Chinese billionaire, and lots of cats, in a wild chase through some of China's most beautiful and most surreal places) $14.95
Brennan, Allison Dead Heat (Lucy Kincaid #8: PBO; Assigned to San Antonio's Violent Crimes unit, FBI agent Lucy Kincaid goes outside the law to bring down a crime lord's empire) $7.99
Brookes, Adam Night Heron (A lone man escapes a Chinese labor camp. Once a spy for the British, he offers his former MI6 paymasters military secrets in return for extraction. But the secrets are more valuable than he realized - and not only to the British) $26.00
Brown, D/DeFelice, J Drone Strike (Dreamland #15: PBO; When the US develops intelligence showing that Iran is assembling a nuclear bomb, the President orders the Whiplash team to destroy it) $9.99
Brown, Eli Cinnamon and Gunpowder (1819: Chef Owen Wedgwood has been kidnapped by ruthless pirate Mad Hannah Mabbot. He will be spared as long as he puts exquisite food in front of her every Sunday without fail. Mabbot, hunted by a privateer and plagued by a saboteur on her ship, pushes her crew past exhaustion in her search for the notorious Brass Fox) $15.00
Burke, James Lee To the Bright and Shining Sun (Reissue; Early 1960s: Perry Woodson Hatfield James, a young man torn between his family life and the lure of the city, must somehow survive the tempestuous journey from boyhood to manhood in a poverty-stricken and casually violent Appalachian world of moonshine and mining) $16.00
Cameron, Christian Poseidon's Spear (Long War #3: Learning that his wife has died, Arimnestos throws himself from a cliff into the sea, but awakens to find himself chained to an oar in a Phoenician trireme. Arimnestos and his fellow galley slaves will journey beyond the edge of the known world in a quest for freedom, revenge, and a cargo so precious it is worth dying for) $14.95
Cameron, Christian Funeral Games (Tyrant #3: Satyrus and Melitta, twin heirs to a rich kingdom on the Black Sea, become fugitives when their mother is cut down in a savage act of betrayal, and seek sanctuary with the army of their father's closest friend. But in the tangled web of intrigue that follows Alexander the Great's death, they must chose sides carefully) $14.95
Campion, Alexander Death of a Chef (Capucine Culinary #4: Capucine's best friend buys a vintage Louis Vuitton steamer trunk at the Paris flea market, and is horrified to discover it contains a man's body $15.00
Casey, Donis Hell with the Lid Blown Off (Alafair Tucker #7: 1916: After a big tornado, no one is mourning Jubal Beldon. The undertaker discovers the man was dead before the storm hit - was he murdered by someone whose secret he had threatened to expose? When someone dear to widow Beckie MacKenzie becomes a suspect, Alafair takes a hand in the investigation) $14.95
Clement, Blaize & John The Cat Sitter's Cradle (Dixie Hemingway #8: Dixie spots an exotic bird rarely seen north of the equator. When she digs into where the bird came from, she grows increasingly suspicious of its origins) $7.99
Colfer, Eoin Screwed (Daniel McEvoy #2: New Jersey bouncer Daniel McEvoy turns sleuth again as people around him continue to die mysteriously) $15.95
Connelly, Michael The Concrete Blonde (Harry Bosch #3: Reissue; Anthony Award finalist. Detective Harry Bosch shoots a suspected serial killer, but the dead man's widow insists he was innocent - an accusation that rings true when a new corpse is found bearing the killer's macabre signature) $10.00
Connolly, Sheila Razing the Dead (Nell Pratt #5: PBO; A historic dairy farm is threatened with demolition. When Nell finds a dead body there, she'll have to dig into the past to solve a murder in the present) $7.99
Conrad, Hy Mr. Monk Is Open for Business (Monk #18: After a disgruntled employee of a small import business kills three coworkers, then disappears, Lt. Amy Devlin turns to Monk and Natalie for help tracking him down) $23.95
Cooper, Amanda Tempest in a Teapot (Teapot Collector #1: PBO; Sophie Taylor is helping her grandmother with a bustling calendar of tea house events, including an old friend's upcoming bridal shower. When the groom's mother dies while sampling the competition's scones, Sophie must bag a killer before her friend's guest list turns into a hit list) $7.99
Corleone, Douglas Good as Gone (Simon Fisk #1: Former US Marshal Simon Fisk's specialty is recovering kidnapped children; the search for a little girl abducted in Paris takes him into a terrifying world of international intrigue, and into dark corners of his own past) $9.99
Craven, Michael The Detective and the Pipe Girl (PBO; PI John Darvelle likes simple design, smart women, and cheap American beer. He also plays a lot of ping pong. Hired by a top filmmaker to find a young woman who just might be hiding something, Darvelle finds himself deep in the hidden world of the Hollywood elite) $14.99
Cussler, C/Brown, G Zero Hour (NUMA Files #11: A scientist thinks he has found a way to tap into zero point energy, but his machines are causing earthquakes and fissures in tectonic plates. It's up to Kurt Austin and the NUMA team to find and destroy them) $9.99
Cussler, C/Brown, G Ghost Ship (NUMA Files #12: After being injured, Kurt Austin has fragmented and conflicting memories of a rescue attempt. Not trusting either version of his recollections, he searches for answers, uncovering a pattern of vanishing scientists, suspicious accidents, and human trafficking) $28.95
Davidson, Diane Mott The Whole Enchilada (Goldy Schulz #17: When a close friend keeled over from a heart attack at a party Goldy catered, what looked like natural causes turned out to be murder. And now it looks like Goldy is the next course on the killer's menu) $7.99
Davis, Krista The Diva Wraps It Up (Domestic Diva #8: PBO; When the holiday cookie swap turns fatal encounter, Sophie must separate the naughty from the nice) $7.99
DeSmet, Christine Hot Fudge Frame-Up (Fudge Shop #2: PBO; Ava has invited two celebrity chefs to go head-to-head with her in a fudge contest. Everyone is having a tasty time, until a judge for the festival is found dead. Now the sheriff is wondering if Ava fits the mold for a murder suspect) $7.99
Dicker, Joel The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair (When novelist Marcus Goldman's mentor is suddenly and sensationally implicated in the cold case murder of a 15-year-old girl and admits to having had an affair with her, Goldman launches his own investigation to find out who killed the girl) $18.00
Disher, Garry Fallout (Wyatt Wareen #6: Wyatt joins forces with his nephew Raymond to lift some artwork. It should be an easy job; the gallery is under construction and Wyatt has performed similar heists. When things go south, Wyatt must decide - will Raymond prove to be a worthy pupil, or dead weight?) $14.95
Dufresne, John No Regrets, Coyote (Wylie has a rare ability to view a crime scene, consider the evidence, and determine what's likely to have happened. When five members of the Halliday family are killed, the police think it was murder-suicide, but Wiley's not so sure, and begins his own investigation, turning up a web of corruption involving the police union, lawyers, politicians, and the Russian mob) $14.95
Dyer-Seeley, Kate Scene of the Climb (Meg Reed #1: PBO; To get a job writing for a magazine, Meg Reed passed herself off as an outdoor adventure enthusiast. Clawing her way up an Oregon peak to cover a reality TV adventure show was bad enough; now she's seen a body plummet off a cliff. Can she solve the murder, or will the killer get the drop on her?) $7.99
Easton, Don The Benefactor (Jack Taggart #8: When the car in a hit-and-run is linked to an Asian crime syndicate, RCMP undercover operative Jack Taggart must figure out how to infiltrate the perpetrator's inner circle) $11.99
Ellis, David The Last Alibi (Jason Kolarich #4: Faced with a murder charge and unable to clear his name without breaking attorney-client privilege, Kolarich must hunt for the truth about his mysterious client and a series of brutal killings. And why has he been set up to take the fall?) $9.99
Ferris, Gordon Gallowglass (Douglas Brodie #4: Douglas Brodie is dead. It says so in the newspaper. A brief editorial staunchly defends him against the unproven charge of murder, and describes the tragic death of their chief crime reporter - Brodie has committed suicide in his prison cell. Is this the sordid end for the distinguished ex-copper and decorated soldier?) $12.95
Fleming/Boyd, William Solo (James Bond: 1969: A veteran secret agent. A single mission. A license to kill. James Bond is dispatched to quash the rebels threatening a troubled West African regime) $15.99
Freydont, Shelley Independence Slay (Celebration Bay #3: PBO; At the Fourth of July festival, when a Revolutionary War reenactor goes missing and a dead body winds up in his place, Liv needs to get to the bottom of things before someone else becomes history) $7.99
Gardiner, Meg The Shadow Tracer (Years ago, Sarah rescued Zoe from a nightmare of murder and harrowing family ties. She now thinks of the five-year-old as her daughter. When the truth comes out, someone from that past comes after them. Going on the run, Sarah must stay one step ahead of their pursuers to stay alive, save Zoe, and bury the past once and for all) $7.99
Greenfield, Jane The Care of Fine Books (Nonfiction. A guide to caring for books of value, from a discussion of the various techniques and materials used in bookbinding to advice on handling and storage) $12.95
Grimes, Martha Vertigo 42 (Richard Jury #23: Four deaths by falling, two in the past and two in the present, keep Scotland Yard Superintendent Richard Jury and Sergeant Wiggins running as they try to figure out if the deaths were accidental or not, and if they are connected) $26.00
Harlick, R.J. Silver Totem of Shame (Meg Harris #6: While visiting Vancouver, Meg and her husband Eric must confront Eric's painful past when a young murder victim's identity is discovered. The repercussions send them up the coast to the islands of Haida Gwaii in search of the boy's family and his killer) $17.99
Harper, Tom The Orpheus Descent (12 ancient tablets, in museums around the world, tell of the pathway the dead must follow to the afterlife. And Lily has just dug up the 13th, which holds the key to hell itself. Now Lily is gone. Her husband Jonas is willing to go to hell to find her, but the deeper he descends, the more he realizes: not everyone who travels this road will find their way back) $15.99
Hiaasen, Carl Bad Monkey (Former Miami cop Andrew Yancy has a human arm in his freezer. He sees a lot of holes in the boating-accident / shark-luncheon explanation for how it was parted from its owner, and if Yancy can prove murder, maybe the Monroe County sheriff will rescue him from his grisly Health Inspector gig) $15.00
Hoag, Tami The 9th Girl (Kovac & Liska #4: Minneapolis homicide detectives Sam Kovac and Nikki Liska investigate the death of an unidentifiable woman, the ninth Jane Doe of the year; they fear she may be the victim of a transient serial killer) $9.99
Housewright, David The Devil May Care (Mac McKenzie #11: Wealthy, powerful Walter Muehlenhaus' granddaughter Riley hires McKenzie when her new boyfriend Juan Carlos Navarre goes missing. Turns out Navarre doesn't own the house and restaurant he claimed to, and apparently has no traceable past - and that McKenzie isn't the only one looking for the man; Signed copies expected) $25.99
Howell, Dorothy Evening Bags and Executions (Haley Randolph #6: Hayley's nasty new boss sets her up for disaster planning a hugely complicated Beatles-themed bash for big-deal Hollywood clients; she winds up a suspect when the party's baker turns up murdered) $7.99
Hunt, Amber See How Much You Love Me (PBO; Nonfiction. Teenager Tyler Hadley bludgeoned his parents to death with a hammer, then threw a party with their bodies in the next room) $7.99
Ignatius, David The Director (When a Swiss kid walks into the American consulate in Hamburg and says the CIA has been hacked, he has a list of agents' names to prove it. New CIA director Graham Weber sends James Morris, the agency's foremost in-house geek, on a mole hunt) $26.95
Jackson, Richard Confessions of a Terrorist (In a cell, two men face each other across a bare table. One is a wanted terrorist, the other a British intelligence officer. As violent secrets are revealed, the line between them begins to blur. Who is the real terrorist? And will they pay for their guilt in blood?) $24.95
Jennings, Maureen Beware This Boy (Tom Tyler #2: 1940: DI Tyler helps out in Birmingham, where an explosion at a munitions factory has killed or maimed several young women. As he talks to factory employees, it begins to seem likely that the explosion was not an accident) $17.95
Kane, Ben Enemy of Rome (Hannibal #1: The Roman legions defeated Carthage. Now Carthage's brilliant young general Hannibal is out for revenge) $27.99
King, Laurie R. The Beekeeper's Apprentice 20th Anniversary Edition (Mary Russell #1: 1910s: A chance encounter on the Sussex downs brings together Sherlock Holmes and brilliant young orphan Mary Russell, and leads to her becoming first apprentice and then sleuthing partner to the legendary irascible detective; $25.00 hc also available) $16.00
King, Stephen Joyland (Edgar Award finalist. 1973: College student Devin Jones comes to a North Carolina amusement park to work as a carny for the summer. There he must confront the legacy of a vicious murder, the fate of a dying child, and the ways both will change his life forever) $7.99
Kingsmill, Suzanne F. Dying for Murder (Cordi O'Callaghan #3: Zoologist Cordi O'Callaghan thinks she's in for a relaxing birdsong study at a research station off the coast of South Carolina. But as a hurricane rages, trapping her and the rest of the researchers, the director of the station is found dead under troubling circumstances) $11.99
Koontz, Dean Deeply Odd (Odd Thomas #6: In a sinister encounter with a rogue truck driver tricked up like a rhinestone cowboy, Odd has a vision of a multiple homicide that has not yet been committed. Can Odd make sure a crime that hasn't happened yet, never does?) $9.99
Koryta, Michael Those Who Wish Me Dead (When 13-year-old Jace Wilson witnesses a murder, he's issued a false identity and hidden in a wilderness skills program. But the killers are slaughtering anyone who gets in their way in a methodical quest to reach him. Now all that remains between them and the boy are the couple who run the program, the woman who occupies a lonely fire lookout tower, and endless miles of Montana mountains) $26.00
Laurie, Victoria Deadly Forecast (Psychic Eye #11: Wedding bells are ringing for psychic Abby Cooper, but her husband-to-be has been assigned to a case involving a series of suicide bombings, and Abby's spirit guides are warning her of imminent danger) $7.99
Lee, Amanda Thread End (Embroidery #7: PBO; Marcy is excited about the museum's exhibit of beautiful antique rugs - until she discovers the body of a visiting art professor wrapped up in one behind her store) $7.99
Lindsay, Jeff Dexter's Final Cut (Dexter #6: TV's hottest star arrives at the Miami Police Department to research a role and decides he needs to shadow blood spatter analyst Dexter's every move) $15.95
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) $16.00
Lovett, Charlie The Bookman's Tale (In an 18th-century study of Shakespeare forgeries, antiquarian bookseller Peter Byerly discovers a portrait of a woman who bears an uncanny resemblance to his dead wife. Obsessed with the picture's origins, he traces clues back to Shakespeare's time and a literary artifact that could prove the Bard's real identity) $16.00
Lundgren, Eric The Facades (In a once-great Midwestern city - a treacherous maze of convoluted shopping malls, barricaded libraries, and elitist assisted-living homes - disconsolate legal clerk Sven Norberg sets out to investigate his wife's disappearance) $14.95
Mark, David Original Skin (Aector McAvoy #2: When a depressed young man is found strung up naked in his East Yorkshire apartment, the authorities are only too happy to call it a suicide, but DS Aector McAvoy soon begins to suspect that someone has gotten away with murder) $16.00
Masterman, Becky Rage Against the Dying (Edgar Award finalist. Brigid Quinn's experiences hunting sexual predators for the FBI have left her with memories she wishes she didn't have and lethal skills she hopes never to need again. Her early retirement is interrupted when a man confesses to the worst unsolved case of her career - the disappearance and presumed murder of a young associate) $15.99
McIlvanney, William Laidlaw (Jack Laidlaw #1: Reissue; 1978 Edgar Award finalist; 1977 CWA Silver Dagger winner. Laidlaw is a hard-drinking philosopher-detective. His investigation into a woman's murder brings him into conflict with the hard men, gangland villains, and moneyed thugs who control Glasgow) $16.00
McManus, Patrick F. Circles in the Snow (Bo Tully #6: When bald eagles start getting picked off by a ghost-like killer, and a local rancher is murdered by an arrow with eagle feather fletching, Blight County, Idaho, sheriff Bo Tully finds he has a vast array of suspects to choose from) $24.95
Nunn, Malla Present Darkness (Emmanuel Cooper #4: A respectable white couple has been left for dead in their Johannesburg home; when their teenage daughter identifies DC Shabalala's son as the attacker, the Detective Branch isn't interested in contradictory evidence. DS Cooper, DC Shabalala, and Dr. Zweigman uncover a violent world of gangs, thieves, and corrupt officials in their hunt for the truth) $16.00
O'Brien, Charles Death in Saratoga Springs (Gilded Age #2: PBO; NY, 1894: Pamela Thompson and Harry Miller search for a maid allegedly abducted by decorated Union Army veteran Captain Jed Crake. When Crake is murdered at a hotel, they must find his killer as well as the missing girl) $15.00
Parra, Nancy J. Engaged in Murder (Perfect Proposals #1: PBO; Event planner Pepper Pomeroy is helping out with a surprise for her sister - Felicity's boyfriend plans to propose on a private jet en route to a romantic getaway. The plans did not include Pepper finding a dead body in the hangar's restroom) $7.99
Patterson, J/Paetro, M Confessions of a Murder Suspect (YA; Tandy Angel knows three things: she was the last person to see her parents alive; the police have no suspects besides Tandy and her siblings; she can't trust anyone - maybe not even herself) $8.00
Pendleton, Don (creator) Pacific Creed (Executioner #427: PBO; When women tourists are kidnapped in Hawaii, Bolan is sent to investigate) $5.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Triplecross (Stony Man #131: PBO; In a massacred Indian village, an American businessman is among the dead. While Phoenix Force hunts the rogue Indian and Pakistani military groups responsible, Able Team must uncover a US mining company's role in the slaughter) $6.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Justice Run (SuperBolan #166: PBO; Bolan must thwart a conspiracy to topple the European Union spearheaded by a powerful German and his cabal of industrialists, military, and government officials) $6.99
Pitcher, Annabel Ketchup Clouds (YA; Edgar Award winner. Zoe has an unconventional pen pal - a convicted murderer on Death Row - and she has an unconventional story to tell: how she fell for two boys, betrayed one of them, and killed the other) $18.00
Preston, D/Child, L The Cabinet of Curiosities (Pendergast #3: Reissue; In an old tunnel under NYC, 36 bodies are discovered, mutilated and murdered over a century ago. As FBI agent Pendergast investigates the old crimes, identical killings terrorize the city) $10.00
Preston, D/Child, L White Fire (Pendergast #13: Thriller Award finalist. At an exclusive Colorado ski resort, Pendergast uncovers a connection between a group of long-dead miners and a long-lost Sherlock Holmes story - one that might just offer the key to stopping the attacks of a murderous arsonist) $10.00
Purser, Toby The Zaharoff Conspiracy (1914: Documents - including records of a secret 1759 marriage between the Prince of Wales, later King George III, and Hannah Lightfoot, and the birth of their son, George Rex, rightful heir to the throne - propel Oxford historian Septimus Oates, his colleague Peddle, and agents of the fledgling SIS to the streets of Prague, Vienna, and Sarajevo, as George Rex's descendants pursue a dreadful revenge that could bring Europe - and the world - to the brink of war) $13.95
Quirk, Matthew The Directive (Mike Ford #2: Mike's brother is in over his head in a conspiracy to steal a secret worth billions from the trading desk at the Federal Reserve Bank in New York. While trying to extricate him, Mike winds up trapped by the conspirators; he'll need all his criminal skills to escape) $26.00
Robertson, Imogen Circle of Shadows (Westerman & Crowther #4: 1784: When her brother-in-law is suspected of killing a German aristocrat, Mrs. Westerman and reclusive anatomist Gabriel Crowther head to the German court to investigate) $16.00
Rollins, J/Cantrell, R Innocent Blood (Order of the Sanguines #2: Archaeologist Erin Granger joins forces with Army Sergeant Jordan Stone and Father Rhun Korza to protect a boy believed to be an angel given flesh. A powerful enemy seeks the same child, not to save the world, but to hasten its destruction) $9.99
Roy, Lori Until She Comes Home (Edgar Award finalist. 1958 Detroit: A pair of seemingly unrelated murders crumbles the facade of a changing neighborhood) $16.00
Rundell, Katherine Rooftoppers (Kids; Sophie hopes her mother survived the shipwreck that left Sophie floating in the English Channel in a cello case. Heading to Paris, her only clue the address of the cello maker, Sophie searches for her mother, aided by the urchins who live in the hidden spaces above the city) $7.99
Russell, C & C The Warrior Sheep Go Jurassic (Warrior Sheep #4: Kids; The Warrior Sheep know a dragon when they see one. Well, they don't. They've never seen one. But when they spot a poster of what they think is a dragon, they just know that they've been called upon to save the whole of Sheepdom once more, this time on the Isle of Wight) $7.99
Sefton, Maggie Close Knit Killer (Knitting #11: When a familiar face is found dead in his car outside the House of Lambspun, Kelly and her friends must sort through a long list of fleeced suspects to catch the killer) $7.99
Sefton, Maggie Yarn Over Murder (Knitting #12: When Andrea Holt is found dead and suspicion falls on longtime House of Lambspun employee Connie, Kelly and the knitters must untangle the crime) $25.95
Shufeldt, Ken Rebellion (PBO; With the US on the brink of economic collapse, the President strikes a bargain with China to write off the debt. Now China has come to claim what's theirs) $7.99
Smith, Alexander McCall The Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon (No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency #14: The salon has suffered some unfortunate events, including face cream that burns the skin, and turns to Mma Ramotswe for help. Could someone be trying to put the salon out of business?) $14.95
Smith, Karen Rose Deadly Decor (Caprice De Luca #2: PBO; When her sister Bella's old flame, a house painter who works for Caprice, turns up murdered, the police suspect Bella's husband. Can Caprice track down the real culprit?) $7.99
Smith, Tom Rob The Farm (Caught between his retired parents, Daniel unwillingly becomes his mother's judge and jury as she tells him a tale of secrets, lies, a horrible crime, and a conspiracy that implicates his father) $26.00
Tan, Cheryl Lu-Lien (ed) Singapore Noir (Anthology. Original stories set in Singapore) $15.95
Taylor, Patrick Pray for Us Sinners (Davy MacCutcheon #1: Belfast, 1973: A British Army bomb-disposal expert goes undercover in the Provisional IRA, tasked with identifying their bomb-maker. Meanwhile, bomb-maker Davy MacCutcheon, distressed that his bombs are being used against civilian targets, seeks to leave the IRA, but must complete one last mission to receive his discharge) $15.99
Toyne, Simon The Tower (Liv Adamsen #3: As strange events and natural disasters occur around the world, Liv searches for the final secrets of the prophecy. Inside the walls of the Citadel, her lover Gabriel Mann, infected by the virus, battles to survive. Is this the end of days?) $9.99
Turner, J.B. Hard Kill (Jon Reznick #2: When an American diplomat goes missing, ex-Special Forces operative Jon Reznick joins a top secret team to help track him down; it becomes clear that the kidnapping is part of a much bigger plot) $7.99
Vachss, Andrew Shockwave (Dell & Dolly #2: When circumstantial evidence leads to a schizophrenic being arrested for killing a man twice his size and half his age, Dell and Dolly team up Mack, the director of the local mental health problem, to find the real killer) $26.95
von Schirach, F The Collini Case (CWA International Dagger finalist. New lawyer Caspar Leinin is assigned to Fabrizio Collini, who killed a prominent industrialist. How is he supposed to defend a man who admits to murder but won't say why he did it?) $15.00

EXPECTED MID-JUNE

Aird, Catherine Dead Heading (Inspector Sloan #24: When it becomes clear that a series of greenhouse break-ins and a woman's disappearance are linked, can Inspector Sloan find the missing woman and her connection to the burglaries before it's too late?) $25.99
Bambery, Chris A People's History of Scotland (Nonfiction. Looks beyond the kings and queens, the battles and bloody defeats of the past, to present the history that matters today. Bambery recounts the struggles for nationhood, charting the lives of Scots who changed the world, as well as those who fought for the cause of ordinary people at home) $24.95
Billingham, Mark The Dying Hours (Tom Thorne #11: Having stepped out of line once too often, Tom Thorne is back in uniform. When his suspicions about a spate of apparent suicides among the London elderly are dismissed by the Murder Squad he was once part of, he is forced to investigate alone) $15.00
Cabasson, Armand Wolf Hunt (Quentin Margont #2: Napoleon's army is in Austria, where Lt. Lukas Relmyer and fellow orphan Franz were kidnapped four years ago, and Franz was murdered. When the body of another orphan is found, Capt. Quentin Margont and Lukas join forces to track down the killer) $15.95
Davis, Lindsey The Ides of April (Flavia Albia #1: Settled in her father Falco's ramshackle former digs in Fountain Court, Flavia Albia is working as a private informer. Hired to help investigate a fatal accident, she finds herself stuck with a truly awful client, facing a well-heeled, well-connected opponent. When her client dies under suspicious circumstances, it's just one of a series of similar deaths - and Flavia is now a suspect) $15.99
Doiron, Paul Massacre Pond (Mike Bowditch #4: A wealthy animal rights activist is buying up land to create a new national park. Maine game warden Mike Bowditch investigates when someone leaves moose carcasses on the woman's estate; the case grows more sinister when the woman's daughter is killed in a suspicious car accident) $15.99
Evanovich, Janet Takedown Twenty (Stephanie Plum #20: When mobster Uncle Sunny goes on the lam, it's up to Stephanie to find him, but nobody wants to turn him in. Meanwhile, Ranger needs Stephanie's help to solve the death of a client's mother, who played bingo with Stephanie's Grandma Mazur) $8.99
Evanovich, Janet Top Secret Twenty-one (Stephanie Plum #21: Death threats, highly trained assassins, highly untrained assassins, and Stark Street being overrun with a pack of feral Chihuahuas are all in a day's work for Stephanie Plum) $28.00
Franklin, T/Fennelly, B The Tilted World (A story of murder and moonshine, sandbagging and saboteurs, dynamite and deluge, and a man and a woman who unexpectedly find love, set against the backdrop of the 1927 Mississippi flood) $14.99
Furst, Alan Midnight in Europe (Paris, 1938: Spanish lawyer Cristian Ferrar is asked to help a clandestine agency that is trying desperately to supply weapons to the Spanish Republican Army. Joining Ferrar in this mission is an unlikely group of idealists, gangsters, arms traders, aristocrats, and spies. Across the continent, Ferrar and his allies do battle with the secret agents of Hitler and Franco) $27.00
Goodwin, Jason The Baklava Club (Investigator Yashim #5: Three naive Italian liberals, exiled in Istanbul, have bungled their instructions to kill a Polish prince, and instead abducted him. But their revolutionary cell has been infiltrated by their enemies, who are passing along false orders. It falls to Yashim to unravel all this) $26.00
Grabenstein, Chris Free Fall (John Ceepak #8: Wise-cracking cop Danny Boyle and straight-arrow Chief of Detectives John Ceepak do their best to help Danny's friend, a young nurse who claims she's been falsely accused of aggravated assault by a prestigious Jersey shore doctor. When one of the nurse's home health care patients turns up dead, Ceepak and Danny have to wonder. Did they just help a friend get away with murder?) $14.95
Hall, Rachel Howzell Land of Shadows (When a teenage girl is found hanging in an unfinished unit at a condo construction site, it could be suicide, but Los Angeles homicide detective Lou Norton isn't buying the easy answer - especially since the condos are owned by the man Lou suspects is responsible for her sister's disappearance years ago) $24.99
Hamilton, Steve Let It Burn (Alex McKnight #10: A trip to Detroit reminds Alex of the last case he worked as a cop there, which was solved after he left; he does a little digging, and finds out that the real culprit may still be out there, preying on more victims) $15.99
Hawken, Sam Tequila Sunset (El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, share streets and families. And one gang rules over it all: Los Aztecas. A reluctant gang member, an El Paso police officer, and a Mexican federal agent become involved in a complex struggle between law and crime, violence and order, and life and death) $14.95
Healey, Emma Elizabeth Is Missing (Maud is slowly losing her memory. Yet she refuses to forget her best friend Elizabeth, whom she is convinced is missing and in terrible danger. But no one will listen to Maud. Armed with handwritten notes she leaves for herself and an overwhelming feeling that Elizabeth needs her help, Maud resolves to discover the truth. But the clues seem only to lead her deeper into her past, to her sister Sukey, who vanished shortly after WWII) $25.99
Highsmith, Patricia The Two Faces of January (Reissue; In a grubby Athens hotel, Rydal Keener is bored and killing time with petty scams. When he impulsively agrees to help Chester McFarland dispose of a body, then meets Chester's younger wife, he becomes entangled in their sordid lives) $16.00
Hodgson, Antonia The Devil in the Marshalsea (1727: In the Marshalsea debtor's prison, Tom Hawkins learns that he'll have to pay for his food, bed, and drink. Also, there's a murderer on the loose and a ghost haunting the gaol. He accepts an offer of free room and board from the mysterious Samuel Fleet, only to find out that Fleet's last roommate turned up dead. Tom must get to the truth of the murder - or be the next one to die) $15.95
Jungstedt, Mari Dark Angel (Anders Knutas #6: A successful event planner has left his wife and children for his new lover. When he turns up murdered, the spurned wife is a natural suspect. But the motive widens when three cottages are set on fire on Gotland Island. Detective Anders Knutas must unravel the truth to catch the killer) $14.95
Knowles, Mike The Buffalo Job (Wilson #5: The art heist was a chance for Wilson to get back in the game. The art came off the wall, the alarm screamed, and Wilson walked away clean. But it turns out that job was an audition for a bigger heist: a dangerous man wants Wilson to get him something more valuable than a painting) $12.95
Kuhns, Eleanor Cradle to Grave (Will Rees #3: 1797: After Lydia's friend Mouse kidnaps five children, claiming their mother is unfit, Will and Lydia return to the Mount Unity Shaker community. While they learn that the children would be better off with Mouse, they cannot protect her from the legal consequences. But they are determined to investigate after Mouse is accused of murdering the mother) $25.99
Lovegrove, James Gods of War (Sherlock Holmes: PBO; 1913: Europe is in turmoil, a powder keg awaiting a spark. When a body is discovered on the shore below Beachy Head, the local police think it's suicide, but Holmes suspects murder. As he and Watson investigate, they uncover a conspiracy with shocking ramifications) $14.95
MacBride, Stuart A Song for the Dying (Ash Henderson #2: Eight years ago, The Inside Man murdered four women, then just disappeared. Ash Henderson was DI on the investigation. Now Ash's career is in tatters, and one of Oldcastle's worst criminals intends to see him spend his life in prison. But when a nurse turns up dead Inside-Man style, Ash might finally get a shot at redemption and earning his freedom) $24.99
McGee, James Rapscallion (Matthew Hawkwood #3: For a French prisoner of war, there is only one fate worse than the gallows: the prison ships. Few survive their dreadful conditions. Yet reports persist of a sinister smuggling operation within this brutal world. When the officers sent to investigate disappear, the Royal Navy turns to Bow Street for help. It's time to send in Hawkwood) $15.95
McNeal, Tom Far Far Away (YA; Shortlisted for the National Book and Edgar Awards. Jeremy has been an outsider since he admitted he hears voices, specifically the voice of the ghost of Jacob Grimm, who is protecting him from an unknown evil whispered about in the space between this world and the next. When classmate Ginger takes an interest in Jeremy and his ability, they find themselves at the center of a series of disappearances in their hometown) $9.99
Morrell, David Murder as a Fine Art (19th century London: In a series of horrific murders, the killer seems to be imitating Thomas De Quincey's true crime pamphlet. Determined to prevent more atrocities, but crippled by opium addiction, De Quincey searches for the killer, aided by his daughter Emily and two determined Scotland Yard detectives) $16.00
Nakamura, Fuminori Evil and the Mask (It is a tradition in their wealthy family: the aging patriarch will beget one last child to cause misery in a world that cannot be controlled or saved. From this point on, Fumihiro will learn to create as much destruction and unhappiness as possible. But as his education progresses, Fumihiro begins to question his father's mandate, and resists) $15.95
Patterson, J/Roughan, H Second Honeymoon (FBI Agent John O'Hara is on the trail of a serial killer who is targeting honeymooners, while Special Agent Sarah Brubaker is hunting a serial killer whose victims all have one chilling thing in common) $10.00
Reichs, Kathy Bones of the Lost (Temperance Brennan #16: Tempe's examination of a teenage girl killed in a hit-and-run triggers an investigation into an international human trafficking ring) $7.99
Rowling, JK/Galbraith, R The Silkworm (Cormoran Strike #2: After a novelist completes a manuscript that would ruin lives, then disappears, PI Cormoran Strike is hired to investigate) $28.00
Runcie, James Sidney Chambers and the Problem of Evil (Grantchester #3: Canon Sidney Chambers attempts to stop a serial killer with a grievance against the clergy, investigates the disappearance of a famous painting, uncovers the fact that a drowning on a film shoot may not have been accidental, and discovers the reasons behind the theft of a baby from a hospital just before Christmas 1963) $17.00
Sayers, D/Walsh, J The Late Scholar (Wimsey & Vane #4: To settle a dispute among the Fellows of St. Severin's College over the disposition of a valuable manuscript, Peter and Harriet head to Oxford. When several of the fellows die unexpectedly, the Wimseys must uncover what is really going on at the college) $25.99
Smith, Dan The Child Thief (A troubled Great War veteran races across the frozen steppe of 1930s Ukraine to save a child from a shadowy killer with unthinkable plans) $14.95
Snicket, Lemony Who Could That Be at This Hour? (All the Wrong Questions #1: Kids; In a town far from anyone he knew or trusted, a young Lemony Snicket began his apprenticeship in an organization nobody knows about. He started by asking questions that shouldn't have been on his mind. Now he has written an account that should not be published, or read) $7.00
Todd, Charles A Question of Honor (Bess Crawford #5: Agatha Award winner. 1918: Ten years ago in India, an officer in Colonel Crawford's regiment was discovered to have killed five people, but was never brought to trial, and reportedly died in the Khyber Pass. Bess investigates when she learns that the supposed murderer is serving at the Front) $14.99
Upson, Nicola The Death of Lucy Kyte (Josephine Tey #5: When Josephine inherits her godmother's Suffolk cottage, she becomes intrigued by a murder committed on the grounds a century earlier. The old crime still seems to haunt the remote village. And what of the mysterious Lucy Kyte, also named in her godmother's will? No one in the village will admit to knowing her) $15.99
Xiaolong, Qiu Enigma of China (Chen Cao #8: Chief Inspector Chen Cao is a rising cadre in the party, in line to take over the top political position in the Shanghai police department, and a highly respected policeman. Which is why he's brought in by the Party to sign off on the investigation into the death of an important party member. Though everyone wants it to be a suicide, the evidence doesn't add up) $15.99

EXPECTED EARLY JULY

Averbeck, Jim A Hitch at the Fairmont (Kids; 1956: 11-year-old Jack is determined to find out who kidnapped his aunt, and the truth behind his mother's death. He finds an unlikely accomplice in Alfred Hitchcock, on a madcap journey full of hidden doorways, secret societies, cryptic clues, and sinister villains) $16.99
Barclay, Linwood A Tap on the Window (A girl drenched in rain taps on PI Cal Weaver's car window and asks for a ride. Even though he knows a man picking up a teenage hitchhiker is a fool, he lets her in. After a brief stop at a roadside diner, Cal senses that something's not right with the girl or the situation. But it's too late. He's already involved) $9.99
Barrett, Lorna Not the Killing Type (Booktown #7: It's time for the Chamber of Commerce elections, with the Chamber president being challenged by Tricia's sister Angelica. Then Stan Berry throws his hat in the ring. When Stan is found murdered, Angelica asks Tricia to help her clear her name and win the election) $7.99
Bass, Jefferson Cut to the Bone (Body Farm Prequel: 1992: Dr. Bill Brockton sets out to create the Body Farm and revolutionize the study of forensics to help law enforcement. But his plans are derailed by a series of murders that are eerily similar to cases he's worked on in the past) $9.99
Beaton, M.C. Something Borrowed, Someone Dead (Agatha Raisin #24: Agatha is hired to find out who poisoned a widow with a nasty habit of borrowing things and not giving them back) $7.99
Blackwell, Juliet A Vision in Velvet (Witchcraft #6: PBO; When she buys an antique trunk full of old clothes, Lily finds a cape that shows her visions from the past. And when the dealer who sold her the trunk is murdered, Lily suspects a supernatural force might be behind his death) $7.99
Borjlind, Cilla & Rolf Spring Tide (Olivia Ronning hopes to follow in her father's footsteps and join the Nordkoster police when she completes her training. When her professor challenges her to pick a cold case and solve it, she doesn't realize the danger she will face, or the ugly truths she will uncover) $12.95
Box, C.J. The Highway (When two sisters set out across a remote stretch of Montana road to visit a friend, the women and their car vanish. Cody Hoyt has just lost his job with the police, but decides to look into things, and discovers these aren't the first women to disappear in the area) $9.99
Brown, Rita Mae Nine Lives to Die (Mrs. Murphy #22: The suspicious deaths of two mentors for a youth organization. Severed human fingers in a pencil jar at St. Cyril's Church. Then the animals make a gruesome discovery in the woods. Terrible crimes have been committed in Crozet, and somebody's gone to great lengths to cover them up. Harry and her posse of pet detectives investigate) $26.00
Brown, Sandra Deadline (A call from an FBI source puts a battle-fatigued journalist just back from Afghanistan on the trail of a pair of domestic terrorists who have eluded capture for decades) $8.00
Budewitz, Leslie Crime Rib (Food Lovers' Village #2: PBO; A top TV cooking show is coming to Jewel Bay, Montana, and Erin has set up a steak-cooking competition with local chefs. When one of them is murdered, Erin has to grill some suspects to smoke out the killer) $7.99
Burke, James Lee Light of the World (Robicheaux #20: Louisiana detective Dave Robicheaux and his longtime friend and partner Clete Purcel are vacationing in Montana's spectacular Big Sky country when a series of suspicious events leads them to believe their lives, and the lives of their families, are in danger) $9.99
Bush, Nancy I'll Find You (PBO; A year after the accident that killed her husband and son, Callie Cantrell is trying to start over when ex-cop West Laughlin barges into her life, looking for his missing nephew) $7.99
Cabot, Sam (Dews/Rozan) Blood of the Lamb (Noantri #1: Jesuit priest Thomas Kelly and art historian Livia Pietro search Rome for a centuries-old document that was stolen from the Vatican; they are pursued by men willing to cross any line to obtain the document for themselves. And Livia has a secret of her own: she and her people are vampires) $9.99
Cameron, Christian King of the Bosporus (Tyrant #4: Satyrus and Melitta are older, and battle-hardened. They will leave the protection of Alexander the Great's former general Ptolemy and seek revenge on Heron, the man who murdered their mother, and who now rules the land that is their by right. Now it is time to go to war) $14.95
Camilleri, Andrea Angelica's Smile (Montalbano #17: The criminals behind a rash of burglaries have grown so brazen that their leader is sending menacing letters to Inspector Montalbano. The police are stumped, but when one of the burglars turn up dead, Montalbano must unmask his challenger) $16.00
Cass, Laurie Tailing a Tabby (Bookmobile Cat #2: PBO; When a local artist needs emergency care, Minnie rushes him to the hospital in the bookmobile. When he's later found slumped over a murder victim's body, can Minnie and Eddie clear his name and catch the killer before someone else checks out?) $7.99
Cates, Bailey Some Enchanted Eclair (Magical Bakery #4: PBO; A Revolutionary War movie is being filmed in Savannah's historic district, and Katie and her coven are working as extras. When someone murders a crew member, can the witches find the killer?) $7.99
Cleeland, Anne Murder in Thrall (Sinclair & Doyle #1: DCI Michael Sinclair, a British lord turned cop, chooses new detective Kathleen Doyle for his partner. They are sent to investigate the murder of a trainer at a racetrack; a series of related killings drag them into ever more perilous situations) $7.99
Corley, Elizabeth Grave Doubts (Andrew Fenwick #2: Sgt. Nightingale has retreated to a remote family home to recover from her ordeal at the hands of a murderous rapist; a series of vicious murders in the vicinity makes DCI Fenwick wonder. Have they locked up the wrong man? And will Fenwick able to reach Nightingale before the killer does?) $26.99
Costa, Shelley Basil Instinct (Eve Angelotta #2: PBO; When her grandmother Maria Pia is invited to join Belfiere, a secret Italian culinary society, Eve tries to research the group, but can only find a warning in an old blog entry. Then Eve's new sous chef turns up dead inside the restaurant's front door - and turns out to have connections to Belfiere. Can Eve and her crew solve the mystery before Maria Pia gets an offer she can't refuse?) $7.99
Coulter, Catherine Bombshell (FBI Thriller #17: A frozen body left near the foot of the Lincoln Memorial ushers in a season of evil for FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock) $9.99
Crockett, Jessie Maple Mayhem (Sugar Grove #2: PBO; A saboteur is targeting supporters of Dani's syrup-producers cooperative. When a syrup maker is murdered, Dani must catch the killer before anyone else kicks the bucket) $7.99
Dionne, Erin Moxie and the Art of Rule Breaking (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) $6.99
Dionne, Karen Uncommon Denominator (Killing #1: PBO; Novel based on the TV show) $7.99
Disher, Garry Hell to Pay (Demoted from detective and posted to an isolated bush town, Constable Paul Hirschhausen must investigate the death of a teenage girl whose murder threatens to set the town ablaze) $26.95
Douglas, Carole Nelson Cat in an Alien X-Ray (Midnight Louie #25: An Area 51 attraction on the Las Vegas Strip threatens to bring more than starry-eyed UFO enthusiasts to town. It's up to feline PI Midnight Louie to keep his crew in line and save them from the attack of the creatures from the beyond - or common criminals that prey on the innocent) $7.99
Eastman, Dawn Be Careful What You Witch For (Family Fortune #2: PBO; At Crystal Haven's Fall Festival, someone has decided to kill local witches. When the evidence points to ex-cop Clyde Fortune's best friend, Clyde sets out to catch a killer and save her pal) $7.99
Fiechter, J.J. A Masterpiece of Revenge (Charles Vermeille has the last word on artist Claude Lorrain's works; he determines which are authentic, which are fake. When Vermeille receives photos of his son in the mail - no threats - he begins to suspect a connection to his appraisals. One of Lorrain's paintings, believed lost, has just miraculously turned up. Is someone forcing him to choose between his reputation and his son's life?) $14.95
Force, Marie Fatal Flaw (Sam Holland #4: PBO; As her team investigates a series of baffling murders, Sam begins to suspect that she may be the ultimate prize in the killer's game) $7.99
Francis, Felix Refusal (Sid Halley #5: When the chairman of the racing authority asks retired PI Sid Halley to look into suspected race-fixing, then turns up dead, Sid gets back into the game) $9.99
Gaylin, Alison Stay with Me (Brenna Spector #3: PBO; When Breanna's daughter Maya disappears, evidence surfaces showing a possible link with the disappearance of Brenna's sister Clea. But could a case from three decades ago really be connected to her daughter? Or is someone hoping that Brenna will play along in a twisted game?) $5.99
Gilstrap, John End Game (Jonathan Grave #6: PBO; When assassins eliminate a Chechen scientist who was working as a double agent for the US, the feds send Jonathan Grave and his elite rescue team to locate the dead man's son, who is on the run with crucial information) $9.99
Grabenstein, Chris Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library (Kids; Agatha Award winner. 12 kids win invitations to an overnight of fun, food, and games at the new town library, designed by the most notorious and creative gamemaker in the world. But when morning comes, the doors remain locked. The kids must solve every clue and secret puzzle to find the hidden escape route) $6.99
Graeber, Charles The Good Nurse (Nonfiction. Edgar Award finalist. Registered nurse Charlie Cullen's career as a serial killer, implicated in the deaths of as many as 300 patients) $15.00
Griffin/Butterworth The Last Witness (Badge of Honor #11: Homicide detective Matt Payne must find the lone living witness for a case involving the Russian mob, the Mexican drug cartels, and some of Philadelphia's most powerful politicians) $9.99
Haas, Wolf Come, Sweet Death! (Brenner #3: Hoping to get away from the corruption in the police force, Brenner takes a job as an ambulance driver, only to discover that in the highly competitive ambulance business, there are people who don't want their business exposed) $15.95
Halber, Deborah The Skeleton Crew (Nonfiction. In the US today, upwards of 40,000 people are dead and unidentified. These murder, suicide, and accident victims are being championed by an online world of amateur sleuths, who scour case details in an effort to match cold case missing persons with the unidentified remains of Jane and John Does) $25.00
Hamilton, Victoria Muffin but Murder (Merry Muffin #2: PBO; Hoping to entice some prospective buyers for her upstate castle, Merry hosts a party. When it ends in murder, can she find the killer?) $7.99
Hay, Mavis Doriel Murder Underground (Reissue; Originally published in 1934. When Miss Pongleton is found murdered on the stairs of an underground station, several of her fellow-boarders in the Frampton Hotel - even Tuppy the terrier - have a part to play unraveling the mystery) $15.00
Hechtman, Betty Silence of the Lamb's Wool (Yarn Retreat #2: PBO; At a retreat on the Monterey Peninsula, when the spinning teacher is found lying dead, Casey has to knit together clues fast before someone else gets dropped) $7.99
Hiebert, Michael Close to the Broken Hearted (Leah Teal #2: Convinced that she is being stalked by the man who shot her baby brother years ago, young mother Sylvie Carson turns to Leah Teal, the only detective in their small Alabama town, for help) $15.00
Hilary, Sarah Someone Else's Skin (Marnie Rome #1: By chance, DI Marnie Rome and her partner DS Noah Jake are at the domestic violence shelter when Hope Proctor stabs her husband Leo. It should be a clear case of self-defense, but none of the eight witnesses tells quite the same story. And how did Leo get into the secure building?) $16.00
Hillerman, Anne Spider Woman's Daughter (Manuelito & Chee #1: When the Legendary Lieutenant is shot, Bernie Manuelito is the only eyewitness. While Leaphorn fights for his life, Jim Chee leads the search for the shooter. As a witness, Bernie is officially banned from the investigation, but as she tries to track down Leaphorn's family and get in touch with his mysteriously absent partner Louisa, suspicious events draw her back into the case) $9.99
Houston, Victoria Dead Lil' Hustler (Loon Lake #14: It's mid-July, and Police Chief Lewellyn Ferris has her hands full: a murdered graduate student and the skeletal remains of a missing bank executive have been discovered on a hidden river deep in the national forest. She turns to her close friend and fellow flyfisherman Doc Osborne for help with the investigation) $16.99
Huber, Anna Lee A Grave Matter (Lady Kiera #3: PBO; Scotland, 1830: Lady Kiera returns to her childhood home for the Hogmanay Ball. When a caretaker is murdered and a grave is disturbed at a nearby abbey, Kiera's knowledge of anatomy once again draws her into the investigation by inquiry agent Sebastian Gage) $16.00
Hurwitz, Gregg Tell No Lies (The note says 'admit what you have done or bleed for it'. With no clue what he's supposed to have done, Daniel must somehow appease or outwit a seemingly unstoppable killer) $9.99
Hyzy, Julie Grace Against the Clock (Manor House #5: PBO; When Marshfield Manor hosts a charity event, curator Grace Wheaton is happy to lend a hand - until a killer makes an unwanted contribution) $7.99
Izner, Claude Strangled in Paris (Victor Legris #6: 1894: When Louise, a poor seamstress, is found elegantly dressed and strangled, an acquaintance asks bookseller Victor Legris to investigate. Then two men, members of a group searching for the philosopher's stone, are killed in a similar fashion; Victor and his assistant Jojo look for the connection to Louise's murder) $15.99
Kepler, Lars The Fire Witness (Joona Linna #3: Flora Hansen makes a living by pretending to commune with the dead. But after a gruesome murder at a rural home for wayward girls, Hansen begins to suffer visions that are all too real. She calls the police, claiming to have seen a ghost, but only detective Joona Linna puts aside his skepticism long enough to listen) $16.00
King, G/Johnson, S Dead of Night (PBO; Nonfiction; Reno college student Brianna Dennison is abducted, raped, and murdered by ex-Marine James Biela) $7.99
Koontz, Dean The City (The city changed my life and showed me that the world is deeply mysterious. I need to tell you about her and some terrible things and wonderful things and amazing things that happened, and how I am still haunted by them. Including one night when I died and woke and lived again) $28.00
Krueger, William Kent Tamarack County (Cork O'Connor #13: Minnesota Book Award winner. As winter storms isolate Minnesota's sleepy Tamarack County, a vengeful force is at work, spinning a deadly web centered on a murder that occurred over twenty years ago. An innocent man may have been convicted, and Cork was the deputy in charge of the investigation that sent the man to prison; Signed copies expected) $16.00
Laurie, Victoria Fatal Fortune (Psychic Eye #12: When the police show Abby video of her best friend Candice shooting a man, and tell her that the victim has ties to the Las Vegas mob - and Candice may too - Abby can't believe it. With Candice nowhere to be found, Abby heads to Vegas to get some answers) $24.95
Lowell, Virginia Cookies and Scream (Cookie Cutter Shop #5: PBO; When a stunning antique collection of cookie cutters leads to murder, Olivia has to sift through the clues to find a killer) $7.99
Ludlum/Lustbader The Bourne Retribution (Bourne #11: Jason Bourne has been pursued by governments, and escaped. He has been hunted by assassins, and outsmarted them. He has been targeted by terrorists, and defeated their plans for global chaos. Now Bourne wants only one thing: retribution) $10.00
Lyga, Barry I Hunt Killers (YA; As the son of a serial killer, Jazz has witnessed crime scenes from the criminal's point of view. Now, with bodies piling up in the sleepy town of Lobo's Nod, Jazz must work with the police to prove that murder doesn't run in the family) $8.00
MacNeal, Susan Elia The Prime Minister's Secret Agent (Maggie Hope #4: PBO; Home from an undercover mission in WWII Berlin, Maggie settles down to teach at her old spy training camp, but when three ballerinas fall strangely ill in Glasgow - including one of Maggie's dearest friends - Maggie partners with MI5 to uncover the truth) $15.00
McAndrews, Jennifer Ill-Gotten Panes (Stained Glass #1: PBO; In the Hudson River hamlet of Wenwood, the locals are uneasy about having their brickworks turned into a tourist attraction. When someone opposed to the project winds up dead, Georgia Kelly must find the killer to clear her grandfather's name) $7.99
McCallin, Luke The Pale House (Gregor Reinhardt #2: While retreating with the rest of the Nazi army, intelligence officer Reinhardt witnesses a massacre of civilians, only to discover there is more to the incident than anyone believes. When five mutilated bodies turn up, his investigation begins to draw the attention of those in power) $16.00
McCoy, Max The Spirit Is Willing (Ophelia Wylde #2: PBO; A photograph showing politician Jackson Miles - and a ghost in chains behind his shoulder - leads Ophelia to make contact with the spirit; she sets out to discover the truth behind his murder 20 years ago during the Colorado Gold Rush. But with the powerful Miles somehow involved, Ophelia will have to watch her step) $7.99
Mishani, D.A. A Possibility of Violence (Avraham Avraham #2: An explosive device is found in a suitcase near a daycare center in a quiet suburb of Tel Aviv. A few hours later, a threat is received: the suitcase was only the beginning. Inspector Avraham Avraham is assigned to the investigation) $26.99
Muller, Marcia The Night Searchers (Sharon McCone #30: Hired to investigate a new client's stories of devil worshippers performing human sacrifices, PI Sharon McCone starts looking into the activities of a treasure hunting group the client's husband is involved with) $26.00
Nisbet, Jim Death Puppet (Reissue; For small-town waitress Mattie Brooke, a tryst with a traveling salesman triggers a subtle slide into hell, with no stops for beer or introspection, as she realizes that there will be no savior capable of rescuing her sanity, let alone her life) $15.95
Oswald, James The Book of Souls (Tony McLean #2: The Christmas Killer has been murdered in prison. Twelve years ago, DC Tony McLean helped put away him away. Now a young woman's murder raises questions. Is this a copycat? Or was the wrong man behind bars all those years?) $13.95
Parker, T. Jefferson The Famous and the Dead (Charlie Hood #6: Bradley Jones is an LA deputy, and an employee of the Baja Cartel. LA deputy Charlie Hood knows all of Bradley's secrets; the question is what he'll do with the information) $16.00
Patterson, J/Ellis, D Invisible (FBI researcher Emma Dockery is determined to find the link between hundreds of unsolved kidnappings, rapes, and murders. Field agent Harrison Bookman can't believe the crimes are connected, until Emma uncovers evidence he can't afford to ignore. Could one person really be responsible?) $28.00
Pendleton, Don (creator) Desert Impact (Executioner #428: PBO; Bolan must plug the leak at a border army base that is supplying US military weapons to a Mexican kingpin) $5.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) China White (SuperBolan #167: PBO; When a turf war between rival drug cartels claims lives on US streets, Bolan prepares to do battle without official sanction) $6.99
Perry, Marta Abandon the Dark (PBO; After twenty years away, Lainey Colton has returned to Deer Run to care for her great-aunt, and to escape her mistakes. Lawyer Jake Evans has built a quiet life in the small town. Now he must keep Lainey safe from a mysterious threat) $7.99
Pessl, Marisha Night Film (Ashley Cordova, the daughter of a film director, is found dead in a Manhattan warehouse. Suicide? Investigative journalist Scott McGrath suspects otherwise. His search for the truth draws him into the underworld of the Cordova family's life) $18.00
Pronzini, Bill Strangers (Nameless Detective #39: Cody is the kind of boy you don't want your kids hanging out with, so the citizens of Mineral Springs have no problem believing he's guilty of three rapes. Harassed by vindictive neighbors, his mom turns to old flame Nameless to prove Cody's innocence) $24.99
Rosen, Delia To Kill a Matzo Ball (Deadly Deli #5: PBO; The local martial arts instructor was gunned down while visiting Gwen's deli. Was it a hit by a New York Chinatown gang? Was a local hate group targeting the man - or Gwen? With the Nashville police and the FBI baffled, Gwen investigates with the help of an eccentric New Age entrepreneur) $7.99
Rosenfelt, David Unleashed (Andy Carpenter #11: When an old friend's private plane crashes, Andy and his accountant Sam come to the terrifying realization that Sam was also supposed be on that plane - and dead. Their friend was in far more serious trouble than they realized, and for Sam and Andy, the trouble is only beginning) $15.99
Rowen, Michelle From Fear to Eternity (Immortality Bites #3: PBO; At an auction of paranormal objects, the host reveals an unpleasant history with Thierry, and Sarah discovers a talking head in the freezer. Things get even weirder when an amulet containing a wish-granting djinn goes missing. Suddenly everyone is trapped, and the undead guests are in mortal danger) $7.99
Royes, Gillian The Sea Grape Tree (Shad #3: PBO; On a visit to Jamaica, shy British artist Sarah falls in love with Danny, a wealthy investor with a hotel in Largo Bay. But she soon runs afoul of her host as well as Danny's local lover. And, as Shad and Eric entertain a potential investor in their quest to rebuild their hurricane-damaged hotel, can they overcome the class divisions that make it difficult for local investors to accept Shad as a full partner in the business?) $16.00
Sakey, Marcus A Better World (Brilliants #2: For 30 years the world has struggled with a growing divide between the exceptional brilliants and the rest of us. Now a terrorist network led by brilliants has crippled three cities. Fanatics are burning people alive. As both a brilliant and an advisor to the US president, Nick Cooper is against everything the terrorists represent, but as the US slides toward civil war, Cooper is forced to play a game he dares not lose) $14.95
Sandler, Karen Hangtown (Janelle Watkins #2: PBO; It starts with the apparent suicide of a young man. Then another young man goes missing. PI Janelle Watkins suspects the incidents are connected, and investigates with the help of Sheriff Ken Heinz) $7.99
Santlofer, J (ed) Inherit the Dead (A serial novel, each chapter written by a different top author. Asked to locate a young woman who is about to become a very wealthy heiress, PI Perry Christo follows a twisting trail down NYC's mean streets and around the beaches and back roads of the Hamptons) $15.00
Slaughter, Karin Cop Town (Atlanta, 1974: A beloved cop has been gunned down, the police are out for blood, and the city is on the edge of war. When Maggie Lawson and her new partner, rookie Kate Murphy, are pushed out of the citywide search for the cop killer, they pursue their own line of inquiry) $27.00
Smith, Noble Spartans at the Gate (Nikias #2: Hoping to hire an army of mercenaries to help defend his city from the coming Spartan assault, young Plataean warrior Nikias rides to Athens; there he encounters perils even more dangerous than those he faced in battle) $25.99
Snow, Robert L. Killers in the Family (PBO; Nonfiction. A family with dark secrets, the Reeses were responsible for a rash of home robberies and murders in Indianapolis) $9.99
Steinberg, Hank Out of Range (Thriller Award finalist. Six years ago, journalist Charlie Davis nearly lost his life on assignment in Eastern Europe with his wife Julie. When she vanishes, Charlie becomes convinced there are things she has kept from him. His search for her leads him into a dangerous world of international espionage) $9.99
Stratmann, Linda An Appetite for Murder (Frances Doughty #4: Victorian London: The sudden death of overweight Thomas Whibley sparks a furor among diet doctors, vegetarians, and the Pure Food Society. Frances Doughty is hired to find the author of anonymous libels. A former colleague of Whibley's, Hubert Sweetman, who spent years in prison for a crime he claims he did not commit, also wants her to trace his estranged family. Before she can start, the police arrest him for the murder of his wife. Is Sweetman innocent? Where are his missing children? And who wielded the poisoned pen?) $14.95
Tracy, Louis Number Seventeen (Reissue; Originally published in 1915. The writer in Flat 16 sees an older man pay a brief visit to Flat 17, home of a widow. The next day, when he learns the widow has been murdered, the writer becomes involved in the investigation, teaming up with a bickering pair of detectives who are considerably more perceptive than they first seem) $14.95
Tremayne, Peter The Seventh Trumpet (Sister Fidelma #23: Ireland, 670: When the body of a murdered young noble is discovered not far from Cashel, the King calls upon his sister Fidelma and her companion Eadulf to investigate) $15.99
Winspear, Jacqueline The Care and Management of Lies (1914: The ties between girlhood friends Thea and Kezia have been strained by Thea's embrace of women's suffrage and by Kezia's marriage to Thea's brother Tom, who runs the family farm. When Tom enlists and Thea is drawn reluctantly onto the battlefield, the farm becomes Kezia's responsibility. To endure the ensuing turmoil, they hide their despair in letters and cards filled with stories woven to bring comfort) $26.99
Zan, Koethi The Never List (Sarah and several other girls spent years held captive by a sadist. Ten years later, Sarah's abductor is up for parole, and she can no longer ignore the twisted letters he sends her from prison. When she decides to reconnect with the other survivors, she begins to unravel a horrifying mystery) $16.00

EXPECTED MID-JULY

Andrews, Donna The Good, the Bad, and the Emus (Meg Langslow #17: The search for Meg's long-lost grandmother ends with the discovery that she died several years earlier; then Meg hears rumors that it was murder. As a cover for the investigation, Meg's grandfather organizes the family to rescue feral ostriches and emus that have escaped from a farm, but when their prime suspect is murdered, the entire group becomes suspects) $24.99
Bertsch, David Riley Death Canyon (Jake Trent #1: Prosecutor turned fishing guide Jake Trent's life is upended by a series of deaths near Jackson Hole, Wyoming. When fresh evidence makes Jake a murder suspect, he teams up with park ranger Noelle Klimpton to get to the bottom of things) $16.00
Blake, James Carlos The Rules of Wolfe (Eddie is a young member of the Wolfe family of Texas gunrunners. Unhappy with his minor role in family operations, he crosses the border to work security for a Mexican drug cartel. When he falls for the wrong woman, they wind up on the run in the deadly Sonoran desert) $14.00
Box, C.J. Shots Fired (Collection. Suspense stories set in Wyoming, including 4 Joe Pickett stories) $26.95
Burke, James Lee Wayfaring Stranger (1934: A confrontation with Bonnie and Clyde ends with Weldon Holland putting a bullet through the rear window of their car. 1944: Lt. Weldon Holland and Sgt. Hershel Pine find Rosita Lowenstein hiding in a deserted Nazi death camp. Eventually, Weldon and Rosita marry, and return to Texas along with Hershel. There, they meet Roy Wiseheart and his wife Clara, a vicious anti-Semite determined to make Weldon and Rosita's life a nightmare. It will be the frontier justice upheld by Weldon's grandfather, lawman Hackberry Holland, and the legendary antics of Bonnie and Clyde, that shape Weldon's plans for saving his family from the evil lurking in peacetime America; Signed copies expected) $27.99
Cleeves, Ann Silent Voices (Vera Stanhope #4: When Inspector Vera Stanhope finds a woman's body in the sauna at her gym, she wonders if for once it's death from natural causes, but a closer inspection reveals bruising on the victim's throat) $15.99
Clement, Blaize & John The Cat Sitter's Nine Lives (Dixie Hemingway #9: Dixie must solve a riddle of deception, revenge, and murder involving a car crash, a missing bookstore owner, and a crumbling mansion on the outskirts of town) $24.99
Cleverly, Barbara A Spider in the Cup (Joe Sandilands #11: 1933: A young woman's body is unearthed on the banks of the Thames, one toe missing and a priceless gold coin in her mouth. When a strange set of coincidences links the body to a visiting US Senator that Joe is assigned to protect, he realizes that the Senator is caught up in a very dangerous game) $15.95
Cooley, M.P. Ice Shear (Former FBI agent June Lyons returns to her rust-belt hometown in upstate New York to take a job with the local police department. When she discovers a body on the frozen river, the investigation unmasks a sordid maze linking politics, drugs, and an outlaw motorcycle gang) $25.99
Davis, Lindsey Enemies at Home (Flavia Albia #2: When two Romans are murdered in their homes, the law decrees that all their slaves will be put to death if the killer can't be identified. When the slaves take refuge at the Temple of Ceres, the authorities turn to Flavia Albia to solve the murders) $25.99
Downie, Ruth Semper Fidelis (Ruso #5: Back at his post as legion doctor in Roman-occupied Britain, Ruso notices mysterious injuries and deaths among the army's native recruits. Is Centurion Geminus preying on his weaker soldiers? As Ruso asks questions no one wants to hear, his barbarian wife Tilla is making herself a target by finding some answers) $17.00
Ewan, Chris The Good Thief's Guide to Berlin (Charlie Howard #5: In Berlin, Charlie Howard receives a call to duty. Four British embassy employees are suspected of stealing a sensitive item. Charlie is to break into their homes and recover the stolen property. But the item is so sensitive, Charlie isn't told what he's looking for, just that he'll recognize it when he sees it. Then, while staring out the window of the first suspect's home, he sees a woman being murdered) $15.99
Flanders, Judith The Invention of Murder (Nonfiction. An exploration of murder in the 19th century, exploring some of the cases that fascinated the Victorians and inspired detective fiction) $15.99
Flanders, Judith The Victorian City (Nonfiction. Historian Flanders leads us through London, revealing the capital in all its variety, vibrancy, and squalor; no detail is too small or too strange) $27.99
Fyfield, Frances Gold Digger (Thomas Porteus lies dying; soon his young wife Di will be his sole heir. Her in-laws believe they alone are entitled to his wealth. To protect herself, with the help of an unlikely group of loners and eccentrics, Di sets a trap to expose her in-laws' greed) $11.99
Howe, Melodie Johnson City of Mirrors (Diana Poole: After landing a role in a new movie, Diana Poole discovers the female lead's murdered body. When her own life and career are threatened, Diana decides to fight back and find the killer) $14.95
Iggulden, Conn Stormbird (Wars of the Roses #1: 1437: King Henry VI ascends the English throne, known for his gentle and pious nature, and his dependence on his advisors. A secret negotiation with France, to trade British territories for a royal bride, sparks revolts across English territories. And the rival royal line, the House of York, sees not just an opportunity, but a duty: to oust a weak king) $27.95
Jance, J.A. Remains of Innocence (Joanna Brady #16: First a family friend is found dead in a limestone cavern near Bisbee. Then a woman arrives in Cochise County, searching for the origins of the hundred dollar bills she found hidden in her dying mother's library. As Sheriff Joanna Brady investigates, she begins to suspect the two cases are connected) $26.99
Kornetsky, L.A. Doghouse (Mallard & Tonica #3: PBO; When a stranger comes to Ginny Mallard with landlord trouble, she convinces her bartender friend Teddy Tonica to help her look into things. Soon they realize they might have got themselves tied up in a dog-fighting ring. With a little help from tabby cat Penny and Ginny's shar-pei Georgie, they have to figure out what's going on before someone else gets hurt) $7.99
Lancet, Barry Japantown (Jim Brodie #1: When an entire family is gunned down in Japantown, the San Francisco Police Department asks antiques dealer Jim Brodie, who was raised in Japan, for help with the case) $15.99
Lawson, Mike House Odds (Joe DeMarco #8: When Congressman Mahoney's daughter is arrested for insider trading, Joe DeMarco's job is to clear her name and keep his boss clean. But how did she get her hands on that much money to invest in the first place?) $14.00
Loubiere, Sophie The Stone Boy (After years in a convalescent home, Madame Preau returns to her house. The new neighbors have two healthy children who play in the yard. There is also a third child, who looks abused and tosses small stones at her window, but the family denies his existence. Is he real, or a hallucination? When the police refuse to listen to her, Madame Preau takes matters into her own hands; determined to help the boy, she'll do anything to make sure he's safe) $15.00
Lovesey, Peter The Tooth Tattoo (Peter Diamond #13: Bath, England: A body is found in the city canal, and the only clue to the dead woman's identity is a musical note tattooed on her tooth. For Head of CID Peter Diamond, who wouldn't know a Stradivarius from a French horn, the investigation is his most demanding ever) $15.95
Lowry, Dave Chinese Cooking for Diamond Thieves (PBO; Tucker gets a job at a Chinese restaurant, and woos waitress Corinne Chang. When Chinese gangsters show up demanding diamonds they believe she stole, Tucker and his friends have to figure out who's gunning for Corinne and how to stop them. Good thing Tucker is a Mandarin-speaking martial arts master who isn't afraid to throw the first punch) $13.95
Nair, Anita A Cut-Like Wound (Bhuvana is a hijra, a transgender seeking love in the bazaars of Bangalore. A passing man is attracted, but someone points out that Bhuvana is no woman. For that, the interloper's throat is cut - a case for Inspector Borei Gowda, who is at odds with his wife, his colleagues, and the informers he deals with) $14.95
Nesbo, Jo Police (Harry Hole #10: Oslo police officers are being slain at the scenes of crimes they once investigated but failed to solve. The police need Harry Hole, but with those he loves most facing terrible danger, Harry is not in a position to protect anyone . . . least of all himself) $14.95
Palahniuk, Chuck Doomed (Madison Spencer #2: Snarky dead girl Madison Spencer wanders Earth as a ghostly spirit, seeking her do-gooder celebrity parents and fighting the malign influence of Satan. She winds up on the new, totally plastic continent in the Pacific called Madlantis) $14.95
Pattison, Eliot Original Death (Duncan McCallum #3: 1760s Colonial America: Duncan McCallum and his companion Conawago reach a little settlement of Christian Indians and find its residents ritually murdered. Conawago perceives the deaths as a sign of a crisis in the spiritworld which he must resolve. Trying to make sense of the murders, Duncan is accused of the crimes by the British army) $15.95
Perry, A/Drayton, J The Search for Anne Perry (Nonfiction. Given unparalleled access to Anne Perry, her friends, relatives, colleagues, and archives, Drayton intersperses the story of Perry's life with an examination of her crime writing, drawing parallels between Perry's own experiences and her characters and storylines) $25.95
Quinn, Spencer The Sound and the Furry (Chet & Bernie #6: Frenchie Boutet, an old criminal friend, turns to canine narrator Chet and his human PI Bernie Little for help finding his missing brother. At first it appears another bayou family might be responsible, but Chet digs up a clue that points to Big Oil) $16.00
Rader-Day, Lori The Black Hour (PBO; A student she'd never met shot sociology professor Amelia Emmet, and himself. Now she's back on campus, still trying to find out why. Her new TA takes on the investigative legwork she can't do, hoping she'll approve his dissertation topic: the student attack on Amelia Emmet. They stumble toward a truth that will explain the attack - and take them both through the darkest hours of their lives) $15.95
Rosenfelt, David Hounded (Andy Carpenter #12: Andy's cop friend Pete Stanton summons him to a murder scene to take charge of the victim's basset hound and young son. When Pete becomes a suspect in the murder, he needs Andy to defend him, and to find out what really happened that day) $25.99
Rosenfelt, David Dogtripping (Nonfiction. Mystery writer Rosenfelt tells the story of moving his family - and their 25 rescue dogs - from Southern California to Maine) $15.99
Sandford, J/Cook, M Uncaged (Singular Menace #1: YA; After 16-year-old Shay gets a frantic call from her brother, who escaped from a disastrous activist raid on Singular's research lab with flash drives and a post-surgical dog, she gets a menacing visit from Singular security. What Singular doesn't know - yet - is that Shay will burn Singular to the ground if that's what it takes to save her brother) $18.99
Silva, Daniel The Heist (Gabriel Allon #14: Art restorer and occasional spy Gabriel Allon searches for a stolen masterpiece by Caravaggio) $27.99
Stevens, Taylor The Catch (Vanessa Munroe #4: Munroe finds work as an interpreter for a maritime security company, only to discover she is now part of a gunrunning operation. When the ship is attacked by pirates off the Somali coast, Munroe escapes and takes the unconscious captain with her to get answers) $24.00
Stevenson, Steve The Treasure of the Bermuda Triangle (Agatha: Girl of Mystery #6: PBO; Kids; When a priceless golden Mayan calendar goes missing, Agatha and her cousin Dash set out for the heart of the Bermuda Triangle) $5.99
Taylor, Patrick Now and in the Hour of Our Death (Davy MacCutcheon #2: 1983: Despite himself, former IRA bombmaker Davy McCutcheon is drawn into a conspiracy on behalf of his fellow Provos. Meanwhile, Fiona Kavanagh has made a new life for herself in Canada, but remains haunted by memories of her troubled homeland and of her lost love Davy) $24.99
Tremayne, Peter Atonement of Blood (Sister Fidelma #24: 670 CE: A winter feast is interrupted by the attempted assassination of King Colgu; Fidelma, Eadulf, and Gorman must discover who sent the killer) $25.99
Truman, M/Bain, D Undiplomatic Murder (Capital Crimes #27: When a suicide bombing at a Washington, DC, cafe kills his daughter, security agent Robert Brixton follows the bomber's trail to the son of a powerful US senator) $24.99
Turow, Scott Identical (Kindle County #9: Paul Giannis is running for Mayor. Cass, his identical twin has just been released from prison, 25 years after pleading guilty to killing Athena Kronon. When a former FBI agent and a PI open a new investigation into Athena's death, they uncover a complex web of murder, sex, and betrayal) $16.00
Unger, Lisa In the Blood (Lana Granger lives a life of lies. When her friend Beck disappears, the police have questions for Lana when her story about where she was that night doesn't jibe with eyewitness accounts. Lana will do anything to hide the truth, but it might not be enough to keep her secrets buried. Someone else knows about Lana's lies, and he's dying to tell) $7.99
Winter, Ariel Malvineau Prison (Twenty-Year Death #1: Published in HC as part of The Twenty-Year Death ; 3 separate novels, each penned in the style of a different giant of the mystery genre, telling the story of an author whose life is shattered when violence and tragedy consume the people closest to him) $7.99
Winter, Ariel The Falling Star (Twenty-Year Death #2: Published in HC as part of The Twenty-Year Death ; 3 separate novels, each penned in the style of a different giant of the mystery genre, telling the story of an author whose life is shattered when violence and tragedy consume the people closest to him) $7.99
Winter, Ariel Police at the Funeral (Twenty-Year Death #3: Published in HC as part of The Twenty-Year Death ; 3 separate novels, each penned in the style of a different giant of the mystery genre, telling the story of an author whose life is shattered when violence and tragedy consume the people closest to him) $7.99
Winters, Ben H. World of Trouble (Hank Palace #3: Detective Hank Palace has found sanctuary in the New England woods, in a well-stocked safe house with other onetime members of the Concord police. But with time ticking away before the doomsday asteroid makes landfall, Hank's safety is only relative, and his sister Nico isn't safe. Soon, it's clear that there's more than one earth-shattering revelation on the horizon, and it's up to Hank to solve the puzzle before time runs out for everyone) $14.95
Woods, Stuart Cut and Thrust (Stone Barrington #30: When Stone Barrington travels to Los Angeles for the biggest political convention of the year, amid the ambitious schemers and hangers-on are a few people who may use the chaos as cover for more sinister plans) $26.95

EXPECTED EARLY AUGUST

Abbott, Allyson K. Murder with a Twist (Mack's Bar #2: PBO; Milwaukee cop Duncan Albright thinks Mack's synesthesia can help catch criminals. Mack isn't sure police work is for her, but when Duncan asks her to help find a kidnapped child, she knows she has to give it a shot) $7.99
Adams, Ellery Murder in the Mystery Suite (Book Retreat #1: PBO; At a Virginia resort catering to book lovers, manager Jane Steward decides to host a Murder and Mayhem Week, where mystery lovers can indulge in some sleuthing. But when the winner of the scavenger hunt is found dead, Jane realizes one of the guests is an actual murderer) $7.99
Adkins, Roy & Lesley Jane Austen's England (Nonfiction. A detailed history of Austen-era English society, drawing on contemporary sources to chart the daily lives of both gentry and commoners) $17.00
Adler-Olsen, Jussi The Purity of Vengeance (Department Q #4: While looking into the 1987 disappearance of a brothel owner, Carl Morck's assistants Assad and Rose find that several other people disappeared around that time. The investigation turns up links to a Danish surgeon, part of a 1950s movement to sterilize wayward girls, who is more determined than ever to see his vision of the world take hold) $16.00
Alexander, Tasha Behind the Shattered Glass (Lady Emily #8: Victorian England: The stately calm of life at Colin Hargreave's ancestral home is shattered when a neighbor bursts through the French doors and falls down dead. But who murdered the young aristocrat? One family's hidden past and a forbidden passion are the clues to a puzzle only Lady Emily can solve) $14.99
Atkins, Ace The Forsaken (Quinn Colson #4: Decades ago, a nameless black man wandered into Jericho, MS. He was accused of rape and murder, and lynched. Now evidence has surfaced of his innocence. Sheriff Colson sets out to ID the man's remains and charge those responsible for the lynching) $26.95
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) $10.00
Bannalec, Jean-Luc Death in Pont-Aven (George Dupin #1: Commissaire Dupin and his team investigate the murder of an elderly hotel manager in Pont Aven, Brittany; when further incidents muddy the waters, they uncover a web of secrecy and criminality that belies the village's idyllic image) $12.95
Barclay, Linwood No Safe House (Years ago, the Archer family barely survived a horrific ordeal. Now, unwillingly reconnected with the ruthless criminal who saved them then, they may have to do the unthinkable to survive) $25.95
Benn, James R. A Blind Goddess (Billy Boyle #8: March, 1944: Billy is back in England, where a friend from an all-Negro battalion asks for help: a gunner has been arrested for a crime he almost certainly didn't commit. And British intelligence agent Major Cosgrove asks him to investigate the murder of a British accountant, but won't share background on the victim, or allow Billy to interrogate key witnesses) $15.95
Berenson, Laurien Gone with the Woof (Melanie Travis #16: Melanie's aunt volunteers her to help one of dogdom's elder statesmen write his memoirs; the man turns out to be a manipulative philanderer who winds up prime suspect when his adult son is killed in a hit-and-run. Drawn into the investigation, Melanie uncovers family discord and two generations of disgruntled ex-lovers) $7.99
Bowen, Gail The Gifted (Joanne Kilbourn #14: A high-profile fund-raising auction that includes two of their daughter Taylor's paintings brings to light an ugly web of infidelity, addiction, and manipulation. Jo and Zack are doing their best to keep their family safe, but when one of the principal players in the drama is murdered, events spiral out of control) $15.95
Bowen, Rhys Heirs and Graces (Royal Spyness #7: Agatha Award finalist. Georgie is enlisted to help groom Jack Altringham, the Duke's newly discovered heir from the Australian Outback, for high society. Then the Duke announces he wants to choose his own heir, chaos ensues, and Jack's hunting knife finds its way into the Duke's back. But Georgie would bet the crown jewels that it wasn't Jack who put it there) $7.99
Bowen, Rhys Queen of Hearts (Royal Spyness #8: On a voyage to America, Georgie's mother is offered a role by a Hollywood mogul, while Georgie and her beau Darcy investigate a suspected jewel thief. The trail leads to the mogul's Hollywood home - where the mogul winds up dead) $25.95
Cameron, Christian Destroyer of Cities (Tyrant #5: Still smarting from his defeat at the hands of Ptolemy, Demetrius has his eye on one of the richest prizes in the ancient world, Rhodes. If she is to survive against such a merciless assault, Rhodes will need the help of every ally she can muster - including Satyrus, the newly crowned King of the Bosporus, and his twin Melitta) $14.95
Carcaterra, Lorenzo The Wolf (Vincent Marelli runs the biggest criminal operation in the world. But he let his guard down, and now his wife and daughters are gone, murdered by terrorists with an ax to grind. So a war is what they'll get - the full strength of international organized crime against every known terrorist group) $25.00
Carter, Stephen L. Back Channel (1962: As the Cuban missile crisis unfolds, circumstances leads to a young black woman, Cornell sophomore Margo Jensen, acting as back channel liaison between Soviet Premier Krushchev and US President Kennedy in desperate negotiations to avert nuclear war) $27.95
Casey, Elizabeth Lynn Taken In (Southern Sewing Circle #9: PBO; When a trip to the Big Apple ends in murder, the sewing circle searches for a killer who's rotten to the core) $7.99
Castle, Richard Storm Front (Derrick Storm #1: High-level bankers are being tortured and murdered. The killer has been described as a psychopath with an eye patch. And that means Gregor Volkov has returned. Desperate to figure out who Volkov is working for and why, the CIA calls on Derrick Storm) $9.99
Challinor, C.S. Murder at Midnight (Rex Graves #6: PBO; An oncoming storm threatens a New Year's Eve party at a lodge in the Scottish Highlands. After the power goes out at the stroke of midnight, the lodge owners are found dead, and barrister Rex Graves must used his skills of detection to catch the culprit) $14.99
Chase, Erika Book Fair and Foul (Ashton Corners #4: PBO; When an actual murder occurs during the Mystery Book Fair and Lizzie Turner is a suspect, the members of the book club rally to clear her name) $7.99
Cleeland, Anne Murder in Retribution (Sinclair & Doyle #2: As the Russian Mafiya and an Irish terrorist group battle for control of a lucrative business in London's criminal underworld, the body count climbs, and DCI Michael Sinclair and DC Kathleen Doyle struggle not to become the next victims) $24.00
Connelly, Michael City of Bones (Harry Bosch #8: Reissue; Edgar Award and CWA Gold Dagger finalist. A cold case stirs up memories of his childhood as an orphan for LAPD detective Harry Bosch. When the case takes a few hard turns, putting the city in an uproar, Bosch is driven to the brink of an unimaginable decision) $10.00
Coyle, Cleo Billionaire Blend (Coffeehouse #13: After a car bomb nearly kills a tech whiz billionaire, and Clare comes to his aid, he hires her to create the world's most expensive coffee blend. But lethal events continue to surround the mogul) $7.99
Craig, Elizabeth Shear Trouble (Southern Quilting #4: PBO; When Phyllis Stitt's ex-fiance turns up with her shears buried in his unfaithful heart, Beatrice must sharpen her sleuthing skills to find a killer before someone else's life is cut short) $7.99
Crane, Cheryl The Dead and the Beautiful (Nikki Harper #3: Dog walker Alison Sahira has been accused of murdering a client; she also has a dirty little secret that could derail a lot of Hollywood careers. Sure that Alison is innocent, Nikki must sort through lies and innuendo to find the truth) $7.99
Cumming, Charles A Colder War (Tom Kell #2: When seemingly unrelated incidents - the death or imprisonment of Turks and Iranians recently recruited by western intelligence agencies - are followed by a senior agent's death in a puzzling plane crash, MI6 brings disgraced agent Tom Kell in from the cold to find the traitor responsible) $26.99
Daniel, Ray Terminated (Tucker #1: PBO; Six months ago, Boston software engineer Tucker's wife was murdered. Now his best friend Kevin, an agent in the FBI's cybercrimes division, has turned up a lead. When Kevin is murdered before his eyes, uber-geek Tucker is determined to track down the truth behind the killings) $14.99
de Giovanni, Maurizio By My Hand (Ricciardi #5: Naples, 1931: At their luxurious seaside apartment, a fascist militia officer has been stabbed over sixty times, and his wife's throat has been cut. A statue of the patron saint of workers lies in pieces on the floor. Commissario Ricciardi and Brigadier Maione must take to the city streets to uncover the truth) $17.00
Deaver, Jeffery The October List (Gabriela waits desperately for news of her daughter. At last, the door opens. But it's the kidnapper, and he has a gun. How did it come to this? Two days ago, Gabriela was told that her daughter had been taken, and was given an ultimatum: pay half a million dollars and find a mysterious document within 30 hours, or never see her child again) $15.00
Dees, Cindy Hot Intent (McCloud & Peters #2: PBO; Sent to Cuba to help care for hurricane survivors, translator Katie McCloud and her husband Dr. Alex Peters are thrust back into the thick of international espionage - on opposite sides) $7.99
Delaney, Luke The Keeper (Sean Corrigan #2: When Louise Russell goes missing, DI Sean Corrigan believes she's still alive. But time is running out: the body of a woman who's a dead ringer for Louise has been found dumped in the woods. How long before Louise's captor gets tired of her and replaces her?) $9.99
Downie, Ruth Tabula Rasa (Ruso #6: Amid strife with the Britons, the Romans are building Hadrian's Great Wall, and Ruso and Tilla are helping care for the builders. First Ruso's clerk goes missing. Then the youngest son of a Briton family Tilla has befriended disappears. The search for answers leads Ruso and Tilla to an intricate scheme of slavery and changed identities) $26.00
Faye, Lyndsay Seven for a Secret (Timothy Wilde #2: Lucy Adams, a colored woman, comes to New York policeman Timothy Wilde for help. Her sister and nephew have been kidnapped, presumably by catchers, who snatch free colored people from the North, say they are captured slaves, and sell them in the South. As Timothy races to find Lucy's family, he finds a network of complicit judges and corrupt police) $16.00
Finch, Charles An Old Betrayal (Charles Lenox #7: London, 1875: When a cryptic encounter with an old protege's client seems to lead, days later, to the murder of an innocuous country squire, Charles is drawn back into his old profession. He soon realizes that the dead man is only the first step in a cruel plot) $15.99
Fluke, Joanne The Other Child (Reissue; Karen and Mike are excited about restoring their old mansion to its former glory. They didn't believe the rumors about the evil that lived there. It begins with a child's voice beckoning from the rose garden. It wants something from each member of the family) $7.99
Forsyth, Frederick The Kill List (A terrorist is radicalizing young Muslims to carry out assassinations. Unfortunately for him, one of the victims is a retired US Marine general, whose son is a top black-ops assassin) $9.99
Fraser, George MacDonald Quartered Safe Out Here (Reissue; Nonfiction. An action-packed memoir, offering a firsthand glimpse at the camaraderie, danger, and satisfactions of the nerve-racking frontline action he saw as a 19-year-old soldier during the British army's ferocious campaign against the Japanese in Burma during WWII) $14.95
George, Elizabeth Just One Evil Act (Lynley #18: Lynley and Havers investigate the disappearance of a little girl. The case turns out to be far more complex than a kidnapping, revealing secrets about the girl's mother and her new lover, and about the girl's father - secrets Havers may not be willing to accept about her friend) $17.00
Glatt, John The Prince of Paradise (Nonfiction. Prosecutors suspect Narcy Novack of being involved in the death of her wealthy husband and his mother; Narcy's own daughter implicates her to the police) $7.99
Grafton, Sue W Is for Wasted (Kinsey Millhone #23: Kinsey uncovers a connection between two murders: a shady PI gunned down near the beach, and a man, probably homeless, found dead on the beach with Kinsey's name and phone number in his pocket) $7.99
Gregory, Susanna The Lost Abbot (Matthew Bartholomew #19: 1358: Matthew is one of a group sent to find out what has become of Peterborough's abbot, who went riding one day and hasn't been seen since. The poor of the town are being incited to rise up against their overlords, the abbey is at war with an army of mercenaries, and before long the woman in charge of a saint's tomb is murdered) $13.95
Grey, Mini Hermelin the Detective Mouse (Kids; Full color picture book. Hermelin can read books, and type notes, and solve mysteries. And the people of Offley Street need a detective! Again and again, Hermelin is on the case, the anonymous hero. But when his neighbors have a party in his honor and find out that Hermelin is a mouse, will he still be welcome?) $17.99
Griffin/Butterworth Top Secret (Clandestine Ops #1: In the weeks after WWII, Lt. Cronley is recruited for a new enterprise. Another war has already begun, against a bigger, smarter, and more vicious enemy: the Soviet Union. Cronley's recruiter gives him 7 days to extract vital information from a Soviet agent) $28.95
Guinn, Jeff Manson: The Life and Times of Charles Manson (Nonfiction. A definitive account of the life and criminal career of Charles Manson, filled with new information from interviews with relatives, childhood friends, cellmates, and even some members of the Manson 'family'. Includes previously unpublished photographs) $17.00
Guinn, Matthew The Resurrectionist (Edgar Award finalist. At South Carolina Medical College, Dr. Thacker's PR work for the dean takes a detour into the past when the bones of African-American slaves are unearthed on campus. In the 19th century, one of the school's founders purchased Nemo, a slave with unusual knife skills, who became an unacknowledged member of the surgical faculty by day, and a resurrectionist by night. Nemo would seize his self-respect in ways no one could anticipate) $14.95
Haddam, Jane Hearts of Sand (Demarkian #28: 30 years ago, wealthy debutante Chapin Waring was revealed to be a bank robber and a murderer, and disappeared from her Connecticut beach town. When she's spotted in town, then turns up stabbed to death a day later, retired FBI profiler Gregor Demarkian is brought in to solve the decades of mysteries surrounding her) $7.99
Harris, Tessa The Lazarus Curse (Thomas Silkstone #4: PBO; 1780s: When the sole survivor of an ill-fated scientific expedition to Jamaica goes missing, anatomist Thomas Silkstone's investigation puts him on the trail of a drug that has the power to raise the dead) $15.00
Hockensmith, S/Falco, L The White Magic Five & Dime (Tarot #1: PBO; After inheriting the occult shop in tiny Berdache, Arizona, Alanis McLachlan decides to stay and take over the tarot-reading business in an attempt to find out who killed her con-artist mother) $14.99
Hooper, Kay Hostage (Bishop/Special Crimes Unit #14: Haven operative Luther Brinkman and FBI agent Callie Davis are searching for an escaped felon in the Appalachian mountains. But as night falls, they discover they are the ones being hunted) $9.99
Jackson, Lisa Deserves to Die (Montana #6: PBO; Struggling with a new commander and a department in upheaval, detectives Selena Alvarez and Regan Pescoli must find a killer intent on long-delayed vengeance) $7.99
Keeley, D.A. Bitter Crossing (Megan McGinn #1: PBO; Hoping for a safe, quiet home for herself and her young son, Border Patrol agent Peyton Cote returns to northern Maine. But when a stakeout to bust a marijuana drop turns up an abandoned baby, Petyon's attempts to find out where the child belongs pull her into a deadly conspiracy) $14.99
Keller, Julia Bitter River (Bell Elkins #2: County attorney Bell Elkins' latest case is a bad one: 16-year-old Lucinda Trimble's pregnant body has been found at the bottom of the river - and she was dead before she hit the water) $14.99
Kelly, Diane Death, Taxes, and Silver Spurs (Tara Holloway #7: PBO; IRS special agent Tara Holloway is assigned to collect taxes owed by a country music superstar - who happens to be Tara's celebrity crush) $7.99
Kingsley, Allison Extra Sensory Deception (Raven's Nest Bookstore #4: PBO; The rodeo is coming to town, and Clara's boyfriend Rick has invited her to meet his high school buddy, calf roper Wes Carlton. When a dead body is found strangled with Carlton's piggin' string, can Clara's Quinn Sense keep the authorities from roping the wrong suspect?) $7.99
Land, Jon Strong Rain Falling (Caitlin Strong #5: When Masters' teen sons are targeted, the trail leads Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong and Cort Wesley Masters through the past and the present, all the way back to the Mexican Revolution and the battles Caitlin's ancestors fought against the first generation of Mexican drug dealers) $7.99
Lemaitre, Pierre Alex (Camille Verhoeven #2: CWA International Dagger winner. Alex Prevost has been kidnapped, beaten, and suspended in a tiny wooden cage. Her abductor appears to want only to watch her die. Will hunger, thirst, or the rats get her first? Commandant Camille Verhoeven of the Paris police has no suspect, no leads, only a shaky eyewitness report of the abduction. As he uncovers the young woman's history, he discovers she is tough and resourceful. Before long, saving Alex's life will be the least of Verhoeven's considerable challenges) $14.99
Logan, Kylie Death by Devil's Breath (Chili Cook-Off #2: PBO; Maxie Pierce and the Chili Showdown are in Las Vegas for a contest devoted to super-spicy Devil's Breath chili. When one of the judges gets more than he bargained for - a dose of poison - Maxie must shuffle through a full deck of suspects to pick out the culprit) $7.99
Macintyre, Ben A Spy Among Friends (Nonfiction. Based on personal papers and never before seen British intelligence files, Macintyre offers a new angle on devastatingly effective Cold War spy Kim Philby) $27.00
MacMillan, Margaret The War That Ended Peace: The Road to 1914 (Nonfiction. Historian MacMillan creates a portrait of the personalities and factors that pushed Europe over the brink into a catastrophic, world-changing conflagration, evoking the decisions made, and the economic, social, political, and human tensions that determined the lead-up to the war) $20.00
Malvaldi, Marco Three-Card Monte (Bar Lume #2: Once again, Massimo the bartender, all intuition but tending toward inaction, is nudged into investigating a homicide by the all-too-curious old-timers, who sit around the Bar Lume gossiping and analyzing events in their small Tuscan town) $16.00
Marston, Edward Peril on the Royal Train (Robert Colbeck #10: 1858: Torn-up tracks have forced a train off the rails and into a lake near the Scottish border. As Inspector Colbeck investigates, what looked like sabotage by a rival company may in fact be a conspiracy targeting the Queen and Prince Consort en route to Balmoral) $16.95
Martin, Nancy Little Black Book of Murder (Blackbird Sisters #9: Nora Blackbird is assigned to write a profile on billionaire Swain Starr, but before she can get the story, the mogul is murdered. Now her boss wants her to snap up an exclusive on who killed Starr before the cops do) $7.99
Martin, Nancy A Little Night Murder (Blackbird Sisters #10: While dealing with an array of family dramas, Nora must find out who killed a Broadway composer's beloved daughter) $24.95
May, Peter The Blackhouse (Isle of Lewis #1: Edinburgh sends detective Fin Macleod back home to the Outer Hebrides to investigate a grisly murder. As he unravels the crime, he is forced to confront the tragic events of the past that shaped - and nearly destroyed - his life) $14.99
Moran, Terrie Farley Well Read, Then Dead (Read Em & Eat #1: PBO; When a shy, elderly book club member is found dead at their bookstore cafe on Florida's Gulf Coast, owners Sassy and Bridgy set out to catch a killer) $7.99
Nadel, Barbara Body Count (Inspector Ikmen #16: The murder of one eccentric man in the multicultural district of Tarlabasi turns into a hunt for someone who may be that rare phenomenon in Istanbul: a serial killer. As each month brings another unsolved homicide, Inspectors Ikmen and Suleyman attempt to construct a chain of logic to lead them to the killer) $12.95
Neggers, Carla Declan's Cross (Sharpe & Donovan #3: On holiday in the tiny Irish village of Declan's Cross, FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan are caught up in a conspiracy involving an unsolved art theft and a ruthless killer) $7.99
O'Connell, Carol It Happens in the Dark (Mallory #11: First a woman is found dead in the front row at a play; then the playwright is found with his throat slashed. NYPD detective Kathy Mallory investigates - and the killer is leaving her messages on the backstage blackboard) $9.99
Paris, Harper The Mystery in the Forbidden City (Greetings from Somewhere #4: Kids; Wandering in the Forbidden City in Beijing, twins Ethan and Ella find an ancient-looking map. As they attempt to follow the map, they get lost in the enormous palace. Can they figure out where the map leads?) $4.99
Parker, Kate The Counterfeit Lady (Victorian Bookshop #2: PBO; When plans for a new battleship are stolen from the designer's home, Whitehall turns to the Duke of Blackford for help. He enlists antiquarian bookseller Georgia Fenchurch and the Archivist Society to assist in the investigation) $15.00
Pendleton, Don (creator) Arctic Kill (Executioner #429: PBO; Bolan must stop the white supremacist Thule Society from unleashing an ancient virus hidden in a Cold War-era military installation) $5.99
Pendleton, Don (creator) Cold Snap (Stony Man #132: PBO; Stony Man must hunt down a renegade military group posing as eco-terrorists) $6.99
Penny, Louise How the Light Gets In (Gamache #9: Edgar and Agatha Award finalist. When he receives word from Myrna Landers that her friend has failed to arrive for a Christmas visit, Chief Inspector Armand Gamache heads to Three Pines to investigate, and soon discovers that the missing woman was once one of the most famous people in the world, now unrecognized by virtually everyone. As the investigation draws him deeper into the world of Three Pines, he realizes he is also seeking a safe place for himself and his loyal colleagues) $15.99
Pike, Penny Death of a Crabby Cook (Food Festival #1: PBO; Darcy is helping out on her Aunt Abby's food truck. When a local chef - an outspoken food truck opponent - turns up dead, and her aunt is framed for the murder, can Darcy steer the investigation in the right direction, and put the brakes on the real killer?) $7.99
Preston, D/Child, L The Lost Island (Gideon Crew #3: After stealing a page from the priceless Book of Kells, scientist and master thief Gideon Crew discovers that hidden beneath the illuminated image is an ancient treasure map leading to an amazing discovery that could perhaps even save Gideon's life. He and his partner Amy follow a trail of cryptic clues to an unknown Caribbean island) $27.00
Quinn, Spencer Paw and Order (Chet & Bernie #7: On a trip to DC to visit his girlfriend Suzie, Bernie lands in jail. Meanwhile, Chet gets to know a powerful DC operative, and the boys find themselves battling the unfamiliar forces of an international conspiracy. Most menacing of all is Barnum, a guinea pig with the fate of the nation in his tiny paws) $25.00
Rickman, Phil The Magus of Hay (Merrily Watkins #12: When a man's body is found below a waterfall near Hay-on-Wye, what DI Frannie Bliss finds in the dead man's home sends him to Merrily Watkins, the Diocese of Hereford's official advisor on the paranormal, for help) $13.95
Robb, J.D. Concealed in Death (Eve Dallas #39: When Roarke begins demolition on a long-empty building and finds skeletons in the wall, he turns to his wife, NYPSD Lt. Eve Dallas. The homicides lead back to a makeshift shelter for troubled teens in the mid-2040s) $7.99
Rogan, Barbara A Dangerous Fiction (Jo Donovan #1: When a would-be client turns stalker, literary agent Jo Donovan is more angry than shaken, until her clients come under attack. Then her stalker ups the ante, and she goes to the police, where she finds herself face to face with an old flame, NYPD detective Tommy Cullen) $15.00
Ryan, Hank Phillippi The Wrong Girl (Jane Ryland #2: Agatha Award Winner. A tip from an woman searching for her birth mother and an empty cradle at a crime scene send reporter Jane Ryland and homicide detective Jake Brogan down a twisting trail that leads to the heart of a foster care system in crisis, and threatens to blow the lid off an adoption agency scandal) $7.99
Sallis, James Death Will Have Your Eyes (Reissue; David, a member of an elite corps of spies trained during the Cold War, has been out of the game for almost a decade. But when the only other survivor from that elite corps goes rogue, David is tasked with stopping him) $15.00
Sallis, James Others of My Kind (Novella. In a politically turbulent near future, Jenny is asked to help a young woman who, like her, was abducted as a child. Buried memories are revived, setting in motion an unexpected interchange with the president herself) $14.00
Shelton, Paige If Catfish Had Nine Lives (Country Cooking School #4: PBO; Betts and Gram are offering catfish-frying lessons at the cowboy poetry convention. But when a staged gunfight ends in real death and her brother Teddy becomes a prime suspect, it's up to Betts to clear her brother's name) $7.99
Smith, Wilbur Vicious Circle (Hector Cross #2: Hector puts together a team of his most loyal friends and warriors to hunt down those who pursue him and his loved ones) $9.99
Staub, Wendy Corsi The Perfect Stranger (PBO; During the darkest period of her life, Landry found solace in a group of bloggers who had been in her shoes and lived to tell the tale. Now one of the bloggers is dead, victim of a random crime - or was it? At a funeral a thousand miles from home, Landry is about to come face to face with her closest confidantes in the world. They know everything about her - and one of them might be a cold-blooded killer) $7.99
Sundstol, Vidar The Land of Dreams (Minnesota #1: US Forest Service officer Lance Hansen comes upon a Norwegian tourist murdered near a stone cross on the shore of Lake Superior. Another Norwegian man is in shock nearby, covered in blood and staring out across the lake. An FBI agent is assigned to the case, along with a detective from Oslo. As the investigation progresses, Lance discovers that an Ojibwe man was murdered at the same site more than 100 years ago) $15.95
Sutton, William Lawless and the Master Assassin (Campbell Lawless #2: Reluctant inspector of vice Lawless must take a reckoning of Victorian London's shadowy netherworld. His questions take him from the erotic booksellers of Holywell Street down the darkening passageways of Haymarket bordellos to backstreet cast-offs of the high life. When reputations are threatened, those running the show can be merciless in defending them) $7.99
Swallow, James 24: Deadline (Novel answering some of the questions about what happened to Jack Bauer between end of the original TV series and the 2014 reboot) $24.99
Sweeney, Leann The Cat, the Vagabond and the Victim (Cats in Trouble #6: PBO; When Clyde the cat travels 200 miles back home, only to find his former owner dead, the story makes national news. Jillian agrees to foster the loyal tabby. When she learns his owner was murdered, and Clyde is in danger of more than media overexposure, Jillian must help find the killer) $7.99
Tope, Rebecca Shadows in the Cotswolds (Thea Osborne #11: While house-sitting for Oliver Meadows as a favor to her mother, Thea discovers a dead body in the garden. She must unravel the secrets being kept by Oliver and his brother Fraser. What lies beneath the surface of their turbulent relationship?) $16.95
Voight, Cynthia The Book of Lost Things (Mister Max #1: Kids; Max's actor parents are unpredictable, but sailing away and leaving him with only a cryptic note? Have they been kidnapped? Until he can figure out what's going on, Max plans to keep a low profile. But finding a job is tricky, no matter what costume he dons, until he discovers a talent for finding things - a runaway child, a stray dog, a missing heirloom, a lost love - and becomes Mister Max, Solutioneer. Now if he could just find a solution to his own problems) $7.99
Warner, Penny The Mystery of the Pirate's Treasure (Code Busters Club #3: Kids; Agatha Award finalist. On a trip to the Carmel Mission, the Code Busters learn about California's only known pirate. Will they be able to follow mysterious maps and figure out tricky riddles to find pirate gold?) $6.99
Westlake, Donald E. The Hot Rock (Dortmunder #1: Reissue; Edgar Award finalist. Dortmunder leaves prison with nothing to make money on but his good name. Luckily, his reputation goes far - no one plans a caper better. His friend tells him about a valuable emerald - it's not a simple heist, but after a few years inside, Dortmunder could use a challenge) $14.95
White, Randy Wayne Deceived (Hannah Smith #2: A private museum, devoted to Florida's earliest settlers, has been announced, and Hannah's friends and neighbors are being asked for donations. It's a scam - a front for a real estate power play that would wipe out the village, and the developers don't plan to let anything stand in their way) $9.99
White, Stephen Compound Fractures (Alan Gregory #19: Psychologist Alan Gregory is forced to revisit a cruel ethical dilemma from his youth, and solve a deadly mystery in Eldorado Springs that has been brewing for more than a decade) $9.99
Widmark, Martin The Diamond Mystery (Whodunit Detective #1: Kids; Several diamonds have gone missing at the local jewelry shop. Everyone who works in the shop seems to have a motive. Can kid detectives Jerry and Maya solve the crime and help save the business?) $5.99
Widmark, Martin The Hotel Mystery (Whodunit Detective #2: Kids; When a guest's dog disappears at the town hotel, can kid detectives Jerry and Maya track down the valuable hound?) $5.99
Wolf, Dick The Execution (Jeremy Fisk #2: During United Nations week, NYPD detective Jeremy Fisk works with Mexican detective Cecilia Garza to stop an assassin) $9.99

EXPECTED MID-AUGUST

Airth, Rennie The Reckoning (John Madden #4: 1947: Retired bank manager Oswald Gibson was shot in the head while fishing. In Scotland, a doctor was killed in the same manner, with the same gun. Scotland Yard DI Billy Styles and local detective Vic Chivers are baffled, until a letter from Gibson is discovered, concerning retired Scotland Yard detective John Madden. Despite Madden's legendary memory, he has no recollection of Gibson, but agrees to help his former protege Styles investigate) $26.95
Cain, Chelsea One Kick (Kick Lannigan #1: 21-year-old Kick was abducted at age 6, and found alive 6 years later. Nothing helped her PTSD until she learned to fight. Bishop wants to use his resources to rescue abducted children. He's convinced Kick's experiences and skills can make this happen. But their first case will lead Kick directly into her terrifying past; Signed copies expected) $25.99
Cook, Thomas H. Sandrine's Case (Edgar Award finalist. Samuel Madison always wondered what his wife Sandrine saw in him. And then one night Sandrine is found dead in their bed, and Samuel is accused of her murder. As the truth about their often tumultuous relationship comes to light, Samuel must face a town and media convinced of his guilt, a daughter whose faith in her father has been shaken, and astonishing revelations about his wife that make him fall in love with her for a second time) $15.00
Crider, Bill Half in Love with Artful Death (Dan Rhodes #21: While dealing with runaway donkeys, a convenience store robbery, meth-cookers, and a naked woman in a roadside park, Sheriff Dan Rhodes must also figure out who killed a man accused of vandalizing paintings at a local art workshop) $24.99
Daheim, Mary Clam Wake (Bed & Breakfast #29: A housesitting stint at their aunt and uncle's island retirement home sounds peaceful, but before long a dead body turns up. When Judith and Renie become suspects, the cousins have to dig for answers) $25.99
Dupont, James M. Shadow of the Corps (When JAG attorney Dale Riley takes on the wrong client - a combat pilot accused of unlawfully bombing a village in northeastern Afghanistan - his world comes undone. Never mind saving his career; now he's fighting to save his life and his family) $14.95
Fesperman, Dan Unmanned (Haunted by what he saw on the display of the Predator drone he piloted, Darwin Cole reluctantly teams up with three journalists seeking the identity of the anonymous - and possibly rogue - intelligence operative who called the shots for Cole's ill-fated mission in Afghanistan) $26.95
Fossum, Karin I Can See in the Dark (Riktor knows he is guilty of a terrible crime. When a policeman storms into his home, he is sure he's been found out. But the crime he is accused of is one he certainly didn't commit. Can he clear his name without further incriminating himself?) $25.00
Fossum, Karin Eva's Eye (UK title: In the Darkness) (Inspector Sejer #1: A body floats to the icy surface of the river. The dead man, Egil, has been missing for months; Inspector Sejer and his team establish that he succumbed to a violent attack. But the trail has gone cold. It's as puzzling as another unsolved case on Sejer's desk: the murder of a prostitute who was found dead just before Egil went missing) $14.95
Grisham, John Sycamore Row (Jake Brigance returns to the courtroom in a dramatic showdown as Ford County again confronts its tortured history) $9.99
Haig, Matt The Humans (Edgar Award finalist. When an extraterrestrial visitor arrives on Earth, his first impressions of the human species are less than positive, and he is eager to complete the gruesome task assigned to him and head back to his own planet. But as time goes on, he starts to realize there may be more to this weird species than he first believed) $15.00
Hotta, Eri Japan 1941: Countdown to Infamy (Nonfiction. Hotta considers Pearl Harbor from the Japanese perspective, posing essential questions. Why did these men - military, politicians, diplomats, the emperor - put their country and its citizens in harm's way? Why did they make a decision that was doomed from the start?) $16.95
Krueger, William Kent Windigo Island (Cork O'Connor #14: When the body of a teenage Ojibwe girl washes up on the shore of an island in Lake Superior, the residents of the nearby reservation whisper that it was the work of a monstrous Windigo, or a vengeful spirit called Michi Peshu. But such stories don't solve the mystery of how the girl and her friend Mariah disappeared a year ago. Mariah's family asks Cork O'Connor to look for their missing daughter; Signed copies expected) $24.99
Larsson, Asa The Second Deadly Sin (Rebecka Martinsson #5: When a woman is found murdered, her orphaned grandson missing, Rebecka Martinsson begins to delve into the victim's tragic family history) $26.99
Lehane, Dennis The Drop (PBO; Novel based on the screenplay he developed from his short story 'Animal Rescue'. A former criminal's efforts to build a new life with his girlfriend and pit bull rescue puppy fall apart when he becomes mixed up in a robbery gone wrong) $14.99
Lindsay, Jeff et al Dexter Down Under (Full color graphic novel. On a trip to Australia, when Dexter discovers that someone is setting up illegal hunting safaris in the Outback - with humans in the crosshairs - he investigates as only he can) $24.99
Madormo, John V. The Copycat Caper (Charlie Collier #3: Kids; When a series of robberies stump the police, Charlie and his sidekicks Henry and Scarlett team up with Charlie's grandma and her WWII buddy Eugene to set a trap for the criminal) $7.99
Mankell, Henning An Event in Autumn (Kurt Wallander #10: Short novel. After Inspector Kurt Wallander moves into a new house, he discovers a corpse buried in a shallow grave in the garden. The local police are handling the investigation, but Wallander is soon drawn into the search for the truth about his new home and its previous owner) $14.95
Mann, George The Spirit Box (Sherlock Holmes: PBO; 1915: As Zeppelins rain death on the rooftops of London, a Member of Parliament throws himself into the Thames after giving a pro-German speech, a military advisor suggests surrender before feeding himself to a tiger at London Zoo, and a suffragette renounces the women's movement and throws herself under a train. Mycroft Holmes calls on his brother Sherlock for help) $12.95
Maron, Margaret Designated Daughters (Deborah Knott #19: Deborah's dying Aunt Rachel breaks weeks of silence with snippets of seemingly random stories, only to be smothered moments later. As Deborah and Dwight investigate an unlikely set of suspects, they soon realize the key to the case is hidden in Rachel's final words) $27.00
Menino, Holly A Distance to Death (Tink Elledge #2: Tink must solve a murder while she and her friend Isabel are competing in the Tevis endurance trail ride in the Sierra Nevada mountains) $25.99
Minato, Kanae Confessions (Yuko had nothing to live for except her four-year-old daughter. Her pupils murdered her daughter. She has tendered her resignation, but first she has one last lecture to deliver, upending everything her students thought they knew about two of their peers, and setting in motion a plot for revenge) $15.00
Patterson, J/Paetro, M 12th of Never (Women's Murder Club #12: After her daughter's birth, Lindsay Boxer returns to work to face two high-profile cases) $10.00
Rollins, James The Sixth Extinction (SIGMA Force #10: A remote research station sends out a distress call, ending with a chilling final command: Kill us all! Personnel from the neighboring base discover everyone is already dead - every living thing for fifty square miles. The land is entirely sterile, and the blight is spreading. Commander Gray Pierce and SIGMA must unravel a threat that rises out of the distant past) $27.99
Rowland, Laura Joh The Shogun's Daughter (Sano Ichiro #17: Japan, 1704: The shogun's daughter has died from smallpox; when Sano Ichiro learns the death may have been murder, he sets off on a dangerous investigation) $15.99
Smith, Alexander McCall Sunshine on Scotland Street (44 Scotland Street #8: After Angus and Domenica depart on their honeymoon, Matthew is taken up by a Dane called Bo, Cyril eludes his dog-sitter and embarks on an odyssey, Bertie - set up by his mother for fresh embarrassment at school - yearns for freedom, and Big Lou goes viral) $15.00
Todd, Charles An Unwilling Accomplice (Bess Crawford #6: Home on leave from the Great War, nurse Bess Crawford is asked to accompany Wilkins, a soldier in a wheelchair, to Buckingham Palace to be decorated by the King. When Wilkins vanishes, the Army and the nursing service blame Bess. When the Shropshire police report that Wilkins has been spotted, and has killed a man, Bess must find Wilkins and uncover the truth) $25.99


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