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Newsletter #109 March May, 2015

RECENTLY RECEIVED & FORTHCOMING MYSTERIES

ALREADY RECEIVED

Mystery Scene #137 (Articles about Fuminori Nakamura; Jeff Cohen & E.J. Copperman Asperger's Mysteries; more) $7.50
Allingham, M/Carter, Y Mr. Campion's Farthing (Albert Campion #20: Reissue; Tourists love Inglewood Turrets, the sort of faux-Victorian genteel hotel that pays homage to a past that never really existed. A Russian diplomat has disappeared after a trip to the Turrets, and Mr. Campion has been asked to sort out the situation) $14.95
Allingham, M/Carter, Y Mr. Campion's Falcon (alternate title: Mr. Campion's Quarry) (Albert Campion #21: Reissue; First an archeologist is murdered, and then a geologist disappears. The latter has a motley crew of friends, all ham-handedly eager to help Mr. Campion with his inquiries) $14.95
Banyard, Jen Mystery at Riddle Gully (Riddle Gully #1: PBO; Kids; Young reporter-in-training Pollo di Nozi is determined to track down the truth about the weird things happening in Riddle Gully. But is Will, the new boy in town, conspiring with the pushy mayor, the Graffiti Kid, and a strange Transylvanian to send her up the wrong trail?) $9.95
Booth, Stephen The Corpse Bridge (Cooper & Fry #14: For centuries, mourners in Derbyshire have used the Corpse Bridge to cross the River Dove and reach their village burial grounds. When a developer plans to deconsecrate the land and use it as parking for his resort cottages, bodies begin to litter the road to the Corpse Bridge. Are these warnings to stay away from the sacred plots, or is a serial killer at work?) $11.99
Bouman, Tom Dry Bones in the Valley (Edgar finalist. When an elderly recluse finds a corpse on his land, Henry Farrell, the lone policeman in Wild Thyme, Pennsylvania, investigates. His search for the killer will open old wounds, dredge up ancient crimes, and exact a deadly price) $24.95
Clare, Alys The Winter King (Hawkenlye #15: 1211: A wealthy nobleman, desperate for an heir, dies at a feast in his own hall. Apothecary and healer Sabin de Gifford is troubled after examining the body, and turns to fellow healer Meggie, Sir Josse d'Acquin's daughter, for help. Was the death natural, or did the man's reluctant new wife have a hand in it?) $15.95
Cleeves, Ann The Crow Trap (Vera Stanhope #1: Reissue; Unconventional Inspector Vera Stanhope investigates a pair of deaths at an isolated cottage on the North Pennines) $16.95
Cleeves, Ann Telling Tales (Vera Stanhope #2: Reissue; 10 years ago, Jeanie Long was charge with murdering Abigail Mantel. But new evidence proves her innocent, which means the killer is still at large. As Inspector Vera Stanhope makes fresh enquiries in the East Yorkshire village, tensions mount. But are people afraid of the killer, or of their own guilty pasts?) $16.95
Clements, Rory Martyr (John Shakespeare #1: Reissue; John Shakespeare, Queen Elizabeth's chief intelligencer, is ordered to protect Francis Drake from an assassination plot, and must also investigate the murder of a highborn young woman) $11.99
Clements, Rory Prince (John Shakespeare #3: 1953: John Shakespeare investigates a wave of bombing attacks on London's Dutch immigrant community) $7.99
Creasey, John Gideon's Day (alternate title: Gideon of Scotland Yard) (George Gideon #1: Reissue; London is faced with the murder of a little girl and a policeman's murder. George Gideon, a senior officer at Scotland Yard, must try to bring these killers to justice while dealing with a criminal gang that is after one of its own) $14.95
Creasey, John Meet the Baron (alternate title: The Man in the Blue Mask) (John Mannering #1: Reissue; Lord Fauntley cannot help showing off both his daughter and the security under which his precious jewels are kept. John Mannering finds himself attracted to both, and plans a burglary, but this fails and unexpected consequences result. The relationship with Lorna Fauntley flourishes, and a series of high profile thefts and adventures ensure Mannering's future, so he believes, until Lorna equates him with 'The Baron') $16.95
Dams, Jeanne M. Shadows of Death (Dorothy Martin #14: On a trip to Orkney to see some Stone Age excavations, Dorothy Martin and her husband, retired Chief Constable Alan Nesbitt, launch an unofficial investigation when a recent corpse is found at the dig and the local police can't find enough evidence to bring a case against anyone) $15.95
Garnier, Pascal The Front Seat Passenger (Fabien and Sylvie knew their marriage wasn't working. Yet when Sylvie dies in a car accident, Fabien is stunned to discover she had a lover who died alongside her. Bent on revenge, Fabien decides to stalk the lover's widow) $13.95
Garnier, Pascal How's the Pain? (Death has been Simon's business. Now the aging vermin exterminator is preparing to die, after one last job down on the coast. Young Bernard agrees to drive him, and finds that Simon's definition of vermin is broader than expected) $12.95
Garnier, Pascal Moon in a Dead Eye (Given the choice, Martial would not have moved to a new retirement village in the south of France, but Odette loved the idea. At first it feels like a terrible mistake, but then life becomes far more interesting and agreeable - until some gypsies set up camp just outside the gated community) $12.95
Garnier, Pascal The Panda Theory (Nobody in the small Breton town knows where Gabriel came from or why he's here. Yet his small acts of kindness and exceptional cooking quickly earn him acceptance. Gabriel seems as benign as the toy panda he wins at the funfair. But unlike Gabriel, the fluffy toy is not haunted by his past) $12.95
Grant, Maxwell Treasure Trail / The Crimson Phoenix / Model Murder (Shadow #86: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell The Pooltex Tangle / Death Turrets (Shadow #87: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell The Creeper / Death's Masquerade (Shadow #88: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Heywood, Joseph Mountains of the Misbegotten (Lute Bapcat #2: When he learns that the deputy warden from Ontonagon County has gone missing, Rough Rider turned Michigan game warden Lute Bapcat must navigate one of the Upper Peninsula's most lawless places) $26.95
Hlasko, Marek All Backs Were Turned (Short novel. Two desperate friends on the edge of the law, Dov Ben Dov and Israel, travel to the Israeli city of Eliat to find work, staying with Ben Dov's younger brother. Local toughs are encroaching on his business, and he enlists his older brother to drive them away) $15.99
Johnston, Tim Descent (A vacationing family finds themselves living a nightmare when their daughter and son go out for a morning run and only the son returns) $25.95
Kaaberbol, L/Friis, A The Boy in the Suitcase (Nina Borg #1: Reissue; When an estranged friend leaves Red Cross nurse Nina Borg a key to a locker at the Copenhagen train station, begging her to take care of the contents, Nina discovers a suitcase with a three-year-old boy inside. Nina tries to figure out who the boy is, where he belongs, and exactly who is hunting him down) $9.99
Lambert, Linda The Italian Letters (original title: Etruscan Evenings) (Justine Jenner #2: In Tuscany, anthropologist Justine Jenner finds herself embroiled in three interwoven stories of discovery: the long-lost letters of D.H. Lawrence to her great grandmother Isabella; a tomb revealing the origin and migration of an ancient people predating Rome; and the genealogy of the Virgin Mary and Jesus) $15.95
LaRose, P.M. First Case of Beers (December, 1999: James Biersovich is new head of security at an upscale Minneapolis department store. As Beers gets called to scenes of mischief and mayhem around the store, he realizes there's more than a little Y2K craziness going on. Can he solve his first case?) $16.95
Lashner, William The Barkeep (Edgar finalist. Justin's life was ripped apart when he discovered his mother's corpse. Now Justin's father is serving a life sentence. Then a drunk walks into Justin's bar and claims he murdered Justin's mother for cash. Who hired him? As Justin searches for answers, a killing machine stalks him. Someone wants to bury the truth - and maybe Justin too) $14.95
Leon, Donna Gondola (The story of the quintessential Venetian boat, accompanied by a CD of barcaroles , popular Italian boat songs) $27.50
Mayor, Archer Open Season (Joe Gunther #1: Reissue; In Brattleboro, VT, where a decade might pass without a murder, the body count is suddenly rising. Signs suggest that a 3-year-old murder trial might be at the heart of things - a case many in the police dept. want to keep closed. Not Lt. Joe Gunther. A man of quiet integrity, he will follow the case wherever it leads) $14.95
McMillen, R.J. Dark Moon Walking (Dan Connor #1: The islands off the Pacific Northwest coast seem like the perfect destination for cop Dan Connor's retirement. When a mysterious boat drives him from his anchorage and a marine biologist goes missing, he winds up working with Walker, a criminal he put behind bars years ago) $14.95
Mitchell, Gladys The Devil at Saxon Wall (Mrs. Bradley #6: Reissue; In the quaint village of Saxon Wall, eccentric villagers and stories of curses, demons, and blood sacrifices abound, so much so that Hannibal Jones calls in his good friend Mrs. Bradley. An alarming tale, of a missing baby and suspicious deaths, comes to light, and soon Bradley and Jones are at the center of a mystery) $14.95
Mitchell, Gladys The Echoing Strangers (Mrs. Bradley #25: Reissue; Mrs. Bradley finds a way to communicate with a deaf-mute teenage boy, who then leads police to a body chained to the underside of a boathouse dinghy. But how did he know the location of the body? Was he involved in the crime?) $14.95
Mitchell, Gladys Dance to Your Daddy (Mrs. Bradley #42: Reissue; An unknown relative, Romilly Lestrange, asks Mrs. Bradley for her psychiatric opinion of his wife Rosamund, claiming she has taken to tossing items and pets off a cliff. But Rosamund tells a tale of repression and deceit at the hands of her captor. When news of a family inheritance arises, and another relative's body is found, Mrs. Bradley needs all of her psychoanalytical and sleuthing skills to uncover the truth) $14.95
O'Donnell, P/Romero, E The Grim Joker: A Present for the Princess / Black Queen's Pawn / The Grim Joker (Modesty Blaise: PBO; Reprints classic black & white comic strips featuring three adventures of detective Modesty Blaise and her trusty henchman Willie Garvin) $19.95
Ocker, J.W. Poe-Land: The Hallowed Haunts of Edgar Allan Poe (PBO; Edgar finalist. Ocker explores Poe's legacy, touring his homes, examining artifacts from his life, and visiting the many memorials dedicated to him. Along the way, Ocker meets actors, museum managers, collectors, and historians who have dedicated some part of their lives to Poe and his legacy) $18.95
Padura, Leonardo The Man Who Loved Dogs (Three different plot threads - Leon Trotsky in exile; assassin Ramon Mercader in pursuit; disgraced Cuban writer Ivan Cardenas Maturell - bring a noir sensibility to this tale of Trotsky's assassination) $20.00
Persson, Leif G.W. He Who Kills the Dragon (Evert Backstrom #2: When a delivery boy finds a 68-year-old alcoholic lying dead in his apartment - beaten and then strangled - everyone expects an open-and-shut murder case, except for irascible Detective Backstrom, who's been assigned to lead the investigation team) $15.95
Reading, Mario The Templar Prophecy (John Hart #1: PBO; When his father is murdered, photojournalist John Hart discovers it is his family's destiny to be the Guardians of the Holy Lance, which must be protected at all costs. He infiltrates a right-wing German occult group to investigate his father's murder) $12.95
Robertson, Michael Moriarty Returns a Letter (Heath Brothers #4: An exhibition of vintage Sherlock Holmes letters has opened at the Marylebone Hotel. As Reggie and his beloved Laura embark on a pre-wedding trip, someone from Reggie and Nigel's past - someone they thought was long gone - reappears, causing a slew of new problems for the brothers) $15.99
Runcie, James Sidney Chambers and the Shadow of Death tie-in edition (Grantchester #1: Reissue; Collection. 1953: Sidney Chambers, vicar of Grantchester and honorary canon of Ely Cathedral, is an unconventional clerical detective who can go where the police cannot. Together with Inspector Geordie Keating, Sidney inquires into the suspect suicide of a Cambridge solicitor, a jewelry theft at a New Year's Eve dinner party, the unexplained death of a jazz promoter's daughter, and an art forgery that puts a close friend in danger) $16.00
Scarrow, Simon Praetorian (Macro & Cato #11: The Praetorian Guard has been infiltrated by traitors, and Emperor Claudius is in danger. Narcissus places Macro and Cato undercover in the Guard to infiltrate the conspirators' plot) $18.95
Scarrow, Simon The Blood Crows (Macro & Cato #12: Opposition from native tribes led by Caratacus threatens to destroy the Roman Empire's hold on Britannia. Governor Ostorius sends a new cavalry cohort, led by Macro and Cato, into the heartland of Wales to destroy the growing resistance) $16.95
Stockbridge, Grant Wings of the Black Death / When Satan Came to Town (Spider #4: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Swain, James Take Down (There are hundreds of casinos in Las Vegas, and Billy know how to scam every one. But even the best plan can go wrong. Now, to keep his team out of jail, Billy agrees to help stop a family of thieves from taking down a casino. But he has no intention of breaking the cheater's code - he's running his own con on the casino's vicious owners) $15.95
Turner, Lisa The Gone Dead Train (Billy Able #2: PBO; Edgar finalist. The deaths of two legendary bluesmen are ruled natural causes, but Memphis detective Billy Able is convinced they were murdered. A Santeria priest and a decades-old photograph may connect the deaths, but the clues don't add up until a third victim is murdered) $14.99
Zubro, Mark A Conspiracy of Fear (Tom & Scott #14: When an elderly gay man with a lifetime of fear and pain behind him approaches Tom Mason with an intriguing story, Tom has no idea that he and his husband Scott Carpenter will be plunged into an anti-gay conspiracy and a maelstrom of death) $14.99

EXPECTED EARLY MARCH

Adler-Olsen, Jussi The Alphabet House (1944: Shot down behind enemy lines, two English pilots pose as German soldiers and board a train carrying wounded men, only to find themselves in a mental hospital where German doctors experiment on patients. Their only hope of survival is to fake insanity, but they soon realize they aren't the only ones hiding secrets) $27.95
Adler-Olsen, Jussi The Marco Effect (Department Q #5: When Marco Jameson discovers a dead body - proving the extent of his vicious Uncle Zola's criminal activities - the teen goes on the run. When detective Carl Morck learns that Marco may have answers to the team's missing persons cold case, they set out to solve the mystery and save the boy) $16.00
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) $16.00
Archer, Connie Ladle to the Grave (Soup Lover's #4: PBO; At a local pagan celebration, Lucky's grandfather Jack is suspected of poisoning an attendee. Then Lucky's best friend Sophie finds a body floating in her creek. Can Lucky get Jack and Sophie out of hot water before the killer stirs up more trouble?) $7.99
Bailey, Frankie Y. What the Fly Saw (Hannah McCabe #2: Albany, NY, 2020: When a funeral director is shot with his own hunting bow, the search for answers takes detective Hannah McCabe to the minister of a local megachurch, the psychiatrist who counseled church members, and a folksy southern medium) $25.99
Bain, D/Fletcher, J Aloha Betrayed (Murder, She Wrote #41: When Mala Kapule, a botantist and professor, is found dead at the foot of a Maui cliff, Jessica teams up with retired detective Mike Kane to find out who silenced the outspoken scientist) $7.99
Baldacci, David The Target (Will Robie #3: If the President gives the order, he has the opportunity to take down a global menace. If the mission fails, he would face certain impeachment. So he turns to the one team that can pull off the impossible: Will Robie and Jessica Reel) $10.00
Black, Cara Murder in Pigalle (Aimee Leduc #14: 1998: Pregnant PI Aimee Leduc is doing computer security work and avoiding dangerous cases. But with a serial rapist targeting teenage girls, when a cafe owner comes to her for help when his daughter disappears, Aimee can't say no) $15.95
Black, Cara Murder on the Champ de Mars (Aimee Leduc #15: Paris, 1998: Aimee has her hands full, but when a poor French Gypsy boy insists that his dying mother has an important secret to tell her, something to do with the unsolved murder of Aimee's father, how can she say no?) $27.95
Black, Tony The Inglorious Dead (Doug Michie #2: Doug Michie is holed up in Burns Country, licking his wounds after the death of his mother and the disaster of his last case. Looking for something to fill his time, he decides to look into the murder of a member of the Orange Order, who could have been a poster-boy for the sectarian bigotry Michie despises) $12.95
Blake, James Carlos The House of Wolfe (Wolfe Family #2: Hoping to make his crew part of a major cartel, a Mexico City gangster kidnaps a wedding party, including bridesmaid Jessie Wolfe. Worried that the kidnappers will kill the captives after receiving the ransom, the Wolfe clan sets out to rescue her) $24.00
Bolton, S.J. (Sharon) A Dark and Twisted Tide (Lacey Flint #4: Mary Higgins Clark Award finalist. 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) $16.99
Bowen, Gail 12 Rose Street (Joanne Kilbourn #15: Joanne's husband Zack is the leading progressive candidate for the mayor's job. When a threat disrupts the celebration for a project Zack spearheaded, Joanne realizes that sinister interests are working behind the scenes of the election - someone will stop at nothing to maintain the status quo) $27.95
Bowen, Rhys The Edge of Dreams (Molly #14: A killer's victims have nothing in common, except for the taunting notes delivered to NYPD captain Daniel Sullivan after each murder. When he receives a note after his wife and son were in a subway crash, Daniel and Molly fear that Molly herself was the target) $25.99
Box, C.J. Stone Cold (Joe Pickett #14: Everything about the man is a mystery: the massive ranch, the women who live with him, the secret philanthropies, the private airstrip, the sudden disappearances. And the persistent rumors that the man's wealth comes from killing people. Assigned by the governor to find out the truth, Joe Pickett discovers a lot more than he bargained for) $9.99
Bradford, Laura Suspendered Sentence (Claire Weatherly #4: PBO; After the Stoltfuz barn burns down, a human skeleton is unearthed, along with half of a friendship bracelet last seen on a missing Amish teen. Detective Jakob Fisher and Claire must dig into the secrets of the past to solve the girl's murder) $7.99
Budewitz, Leslie Assault and Pepper (Spice Shop #1: PBO; Pepper Reece loves running a busy spice and tea shop in Seattle's Pike Place Market - until a panhandler named Doc winds up dead on the shop doorstep) $7.99
Caldwell, Ian The Fifth Gospel (A mysterious exhibit is under construction at the Vatican Museums. When its curator is murdered, his research partner, Father Alex Andreaou, must reconstruct the dead curator's secret: what the four Christian gospels, and a little-know fifth gospel, reveal about the Church's most controversial relic) $25.99
Cannell, Dorothy Murder at Mullings (Edward Stodmarsh makes an ill-advised second marriage to the scheming Regina Stapleton, who insists on bringing her family's 'ornamental hermit' to live on the estate. Strange but harmless, thinks housekeeper Florence Norris - until a sudden, violent death occurs) $15.95
Cass, Laurie Borrowed Crime (Bookmobile Cat #3: PBO; When a volunteer dies on the bookmobile's route, the death is ruled a hunting accident, but a growing stack of clues points to murder. Can librarian Minnie Hamilton and her cat Eddie find the killer?) $7.99
Chandler, R/Black, B The Black-Eyed Blonde (Philip Marlowe: 1950s: Philip Marlowe is hired to find a missing man whose disappearance turns out to be merely the first in a series of bewildering events connected to one of Bay City's richest families) $16.00
Childs, Laura Steeped in Evil (Tea Shop #15: An invitation to a wine-tasting party at an upscale winery takes on a bitter aftertaste when the proprietor's son is found dead in one of the wine barrels. Dissatisfied with the police, the owner asks for Theodosia's help) $7.99
Christopher, Adam The Ghost Line (Elementary: PBO; A bullet-riddled body in a Hell's Kitchen apartment marks the start of a new case for Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson. The victim is a subway train driver with a hidden stash of money and a strange Colombian connection) $7.99
Cleeland, Anne Murder in Retribution (Acton & 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 Acton and DC Doyle struggle not to become the next victims) $7.99
Connelly, Michael Echo Park (Harry Bosch #12: Reissue; A man accused of two murders is willing to come clean about several others, including an old case Bosch couldn't crack. Discovering that he missed a clue back in 1993 that could have stopped nine other murders just might be the straw that breaks Harry Bosch) $10.00
Cussler, C/Scott, J The Bootlegger (Isaac Bell #7: 1920: When Bell's boss and friend Joseph Van Dorn is nearly killed chasing a rum-runner, Bell swears to hunt down the lawbreakers; he finds himself up against a team of Bolshevik assassins and saboteurs intent on the overthrow of the US government) $9.99
Cussler, C/Scott, J The Assassin (Isaac Bell #8: As private detective Isaac Bell tries to land a government contract to investigate John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil monopoly, the case takes a deadly turn - a sniper is murdering the oil company's opponents) $28.95
Daheim, Mary The Alpine Yeoman (Emma Lord #25: When a deputy takes a leave of absence and hightails it out of town, his disappearing act reveals a shocking link to an unidentified corpse that leads journalist Emma Lord and Sheriff Milo Dodge down a dangerous road, revealing a dark secret of one of Alpine's own) $7.99
de Giovanni, Maurizio Viper (Ricciardi #6: Naples, 1932: At a high-class brothel in the nearby town of Paradiso, a famous prostitute has been smothered with a pillow. Commissario Ricciardi has to untangle a complex knot of greed, frustration, jealousy, and rancor to solve the riddle of her death) $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) $8.00
Donoghue, Emma Frog Music (Novel based on an unsolved murder. San Francisco, 1876: After Jenny Bonnet is shot dead through the window of a railroad saloon, her friend Blanche Beunon, a French burlesque dancer, will risk everything to bring the murderer to justice) $17.00
Durrell, Lawrence White Eagles Over Serbia (Reissue; When a British spy is murdered on a remote Serbian mountainside, seasoned spy Methuen is dispatched to find out what the Serbian Royalists are up to) $14.99
Ellis, Kate The Death Season (Wesley Peterson #19: When dark secrets start to emerge from a murder victim's past, DI Wesley Peterson begins to realize that the killing was more calculated that he had imagined. Meanwhile, archaeologist Neil Watson, at work in a ruined village from the Great War, cannot shake the feeling that a cryptic clue might have been lost when Sandrock tumbled into the sea many years ago - a clue that could help Wesley solve his most puzzling case to date) $29.95
Fifield, Christy Murder Ties the Knot (Haunted Souvenir Shop #4: PBO; Glory heads for Alabama's piney woods to collect a quilt she ordered, but the supplier and her husband have disappeared. Learning that two men were murdered nearby and the couple is wanted for questioning, Glory vows to catch the real killer) $7.99
Flanders, Judith A Murder of Magpies (Kit Lowell's latest manuscript, which deliciously delivers the dirt on the fashion industry, propels editor Samantha Clair into a criminal investigation when the courier sent to deliver the package is murdered and then the author disappears) $24.99
Fluke, Joanne Double Fudge Brownie Murder (Hannah Swensen #20: Hannah is nervous about the upcoming trial for her involvement in a tragic accident. She's eager to clear her name, but winds up prime suspect when the judge is bludgeoned to death with his own gavel) $26.00
Ford, John C. The Morgue and Me (YA; Christopher needed a summer job after graduation. He didn't expect to stumble across a murder cover-up when he was hired to clean the morgue. Now the sheriff is his prime suspect) $9.99
Franklin, A/Norman, S The Siege Winter (Franklin's last novel, completed by her daughter. 1141 CE: As King Stephen and the Empress Matilda vie for England's crown, a young peasant girl is kidnapped by a monk and left for dead. When mercenary archer Gwyl finds her, she has no memory of her previous life, so he dresses her as a boy and teaches her to use a bow. At the fortress of Kenilworth, fierce young chatelaine Maud has given shelter to the empress. Aided by mercenaries, including Gwyl and his apprentice, Maud will stave off Stephen's siege for a long, brutal winter that will bring a host of visitors to Kenilworth - including a sinister monk with deadly business to finish) $25.99
Freeman, Brian Season of Fear (Cab Bolton #2: Diane Fairmont is running for Florida governor. When she receives a threat from the assassin who killed her husband ten years ago, detective Cab Bolton is assigned to the case) $26.99
Gailey, Samuel W. Deep Winter (When Danny, a physically imposing brain-damaged man, is found next to a woman's murdered body, the local bully-turned-deputy figures the case is solved. The murder is the first in a series of crimes that appear to make Danny's guilt undeniable. But as the sheriff and a state trooper investigate each incident, they uncover an intricate web of lies) $16.00
George, Nelson The Accidental Hunter (D Hunter #1: Reissue; While hunting for the culprit behind a rising R&B star's kidnapping, bodyguard turned PI D Hunter is hired to give pop star Bridgette Haze an edgier image by escorting her around NYC's hip hop clubs, and finds himself falling for her) $16.95
Gross, Andrew Everything to Lose (When the car ahead of her on a back road slams into a tree, a down on her luck single mom stops to help. She finds a dead driver - and a satchel stuffed with money that could keep her special-needs son in school. The impulsive decision she makes entangles her in a murderous conspiracy) $9.99
Hale, Rebecca M. How to Catch a Cat (Cats & Curios #6: PBO; A serial killer with a penchant for City Hall interns is on the loose in San Francisco, and it's up to Rebecca and her cats Rupert and Isabella to put a stop to the killing spree) $7.99
Harris, C.S. Why Kings Confess (Sebastian St. Cyr #9: 1813: As the gruesome murder of a young French physician draws Sebastian and Hero into a decades-old mystery, Sebastian must face the truth about an incident from his past) $7.99
Harris, C.S. Who Buries the Dead (Sebastian St. Cyr #10: London, 1813: The vicious decapitation of a wealthy, socially ambitious plantation owner draws Sebastian St. Cyr into a macabre and increasingly perilous investigation) $24.95
Harris, Gregory The Connicle Curse (Colin Pendragon #3: PBO; Victorian London: When a wealthy financier is found murdered, Scotland Yard detains the family's West African scullery maid, but then more murders occur. Inspector Varcoe uneasily turns to detective Colin Pendragon and his colleague Ethan Pruitt for help) $15.00
Herbert, A.L. Murder with Fried Chicken and Waffles (PBO; Running her soul food restaurant in Maryland, Halia Watkins has her hands full cooking, hosting, and keeping her boisterous young cousin Wavonne from sassing the customers. When a fast-talking entrepreneur turns up dead in her kitchen after hours and Wavonne is a suspect, can Halia serve up the real villain?) $15.00
Heywood, Joseph Harder Ground (Collection. Short stories featuring women game wardens and conservation officers in the wilderness of Michigan, dealing with poachers, drug smugglers, violent deaths, and more) $17.95
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) $8.00
Hillier, Jennifer The Butcher (After his retired grandfather gives him the family's Victorian house, Matt finds a locked crate he's never seen before, and makes a gruesome discovery. Faced with this dark family secret, Matt must decide whether to keep what he knows buried in the past, go to the police, or take matters into his own hands) $7.99
Jackson, Lisa Close to Home (Determined to make a fresh start, Sarah brings her daughters back to her old home. But teenage girls are disappearing - and buried deep in Sarah's memory is the key to a very real danger) $7.99
Janeway, Judith The Magician's Daughter (Valentine Hill #1: When stage magician Valentine Hill is reunited with her grifter mother, 'nothing is what it seems' becomes true in real life. After an FBI agent friend is killed, Valentine reluctantly takes on the role of con artist to get evidence to put the criminals away) $14.95
Jia, Mai Decoded (An autistic math genius, recruited into a top-secret unit, becomes China's greatest cryptographer, only to discover that the mastermind behind a maddeningly difficult code is his former teacher and friend, now working for an enemy power) $16.00
Johnasen, Iris & Roy Sight Unseen (Kendra Michaels #2: When Kendra realizes that a traffic accident is really a murder scene, she rushes to alert the police. As one murder unveils another, a gruesome pattern emerges) $7.99
Kanon, Joseph Leaving Berlin (Jewish writer Alex Meier finds the politics of his youth have put him in the crosshairs of the House Un-American Activities Committee. Faced with deportation and the loss of his family, he makes a bargain with the CIA: he will earn his way back to America by acting as their agent in East Berlin) $27.00
Kappes, Tonya A Ghostly Undertaking (Emma Lee Raines #1: Undertaker Emma Lee Raines has a problem - the recently deceased have started talking to her. Ruthie Sue Payne is adamant she was pushed down her stairs, and she can't go to her eternal rest until Emma finds out who did it) $7.99
Kelly, Diane Death, Taxes, and Cheap Sunglasses (Tara Holloway #8: PBO; IRS special agent Tara Holloway's boyfriend is about to go undercover, part of a joint task force with the DEA to bring down a powerful drug cartel. Can Tara bring the cartel's dark deeds to light without blowing Nick's cover?) $7.99
Kelly, E/Chibnall, C Broadchurch (Based on the TV show. Detectives Alec Hardy and Ellie Miller search for a young boy's killer in a quiet British seaside town) $16.99
Kestin, Hesh The Lie (Israeli attorney Dahlia Barr is offered a government position: arbiter of when to use harsh interrogation methods. With no intention of permitting torture, she takes the job. Then Dahlia's soldier son is kidnapped by Hezbollah. And the one man who may hold the key to his rescue is an Arab locked in a cell in police headquarters. He's not talking) $16.00
King, Laurie R. Dreaming Spies (Mary Russell #13: En route from India to California, Russell and Holmes plan to spend some time in Japan. Aboard ship, a young Japanese woman agrees to tutor the couple in Japanese language and customs. But Russell can't shake the feeling that Haruki Sato is not who she claims to be. In Japan, Russell's suspicions are confirmed in a most surprising way. From the glorious city of Tokyo to the cavernous library at Oxford, Russell and Holmes race to solve a mystery involving international extortion, espionage, and shocking secrets that, if revealed, could spark revolution and topple an empire. ; Signed copies expected) $26.00
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) $9.99
Kuhn, Shane The Intern's Handbook (Hired to kill one of the high-profile, heavily guarded partners in a big Manhattan law firm, John goes undercover as an unpaid intern, only to find himself pitted against the strongest adversary he's ever faced, a federal agent assigned to investigate the same partner) $15.00
Lambdin, Dewey Kings and Emperors (Alan Lewrie #21: When Bonaparte invades Portugal and heads into Spain, Lewrie is back in action, ferrying weapons to arm Spanish patriots, escorting advance units of the British army to aid the Spanish, and scouting the impregnable fort of Ceuta) $25.99
Lindsay, Jeff et al Dexter (Full color graphic novel. Collects issues 1-5 of the comic) $19.99
Lippman, Laura Hush Hush (Tess Monaghan #11: On a hot day, Melisandre Dawes sat by a river, leaving her infant daughter locked in the car. Found not guilty by reason of criminal insanity, she left the country. Now she's back in Baltimore to meet with her estranged teen daughters and film the reunion for a documentary. Hired to assess security needs, Tess plans to keep her distance from this client - a strategy that gets tricky when the woman becomes prime suspect in a murder) $26.99
Mathews, Francine Too Bad to Die (1943: When Hitler's top assassin infiltrates the Tehran Conference, where Churchill, FDR, and Stalin are finalizing plans for the D-Day invasion, British intelligence officer Ian Fleming goes undercover to stop the killer) $27.95
May, Peter The Chessmen (Lewis #3: When a loch drains abruptly, revealing a mud-encased airplane, Fin MacLeod and poacher Whistler Macaskill realize what they'll find inside - the body of Roddy Mackenzie, whose flight disappeared years ago. But Fin can't help noticing that Whistler's face registers something other than shock. What secret has Whistler been hiding?) $26.99
McHugh, Mary Flamenco, Flan, and Fatalities (Happy Hoofers #2: PBO; Booked to flaunt their flamenco footwork on a luxury train ride through northern Spain, the Hoofers find themselves sleuthing when a talk show host winds up dead and Gini is a suspect) $7.99
McKenzie, Sophie Close My Eyes (8 years ago, Gen was told her daughter was stillborn. Now a stranger claims the baby was born alive, and taken away. Who could have taken her, and why? And why is Gen's husband so reluctant to help search?) $7.99
McKinty, Adrian Gun Street Girl (Troubles #4: Belfast, 1985: Did Michael Kelly really shoot his parents point blank and then jump off a nearby cliff? Despite a suicide note, Catholic cop Sean Duffy suspects otherwise. New evidence leads elsewhere: gun runners, arms dealers, the British government, and a rogue American agent) $15.95
McLaughlin, Staci A Healthy Homicide (Blossom Valley #4: PBO; When the owner of a new luxury spa is drowned in a mud bath, the police suspect that someone at the O'Connell Organic Farm and Spa may have decided to eliminate a rival. Dana must sift through a list of suspects to find the killer) $7.99
Morrigan, Laura Horse of a Different Killer (Call of the Wilde #3: PBO; Grace got a message from Anthony Ortega, her sister's abusive ex, asking for her help. Now Ortega is dead, and Grace is inclined to let the matter rest, until her sister becomes a suspect in his murder. Grace's only lead is the disappearance of a horse Ortega planned to buy) $7.99
Orgain, Diana A First Date with Death (Love or Money #1: PBO; Can Georgia find love on reality TV? Ten men. Ten adventurous dates. What could go wrong? For starters, a faulty bungee cord that hurls her first date into a tragic spiral off the Golden Gate bridge) $7.99
Perry, Marta Where Secrets Sleep (PBO; After she inherits property in the Amish village of Laurel Ridge, strange stipulations in her grandmother's soon bring distant relatives and seething townsfolk to Allison's door. As anonymous threats escalate, she discovers her grandmother's death may not have been accidental. Now someone wants Allison gone. Permanently) $7.99
Phelps, M. William I'd Kill for You (PBO; Nonfiction. Robert Schwartz was murdered by his daughter and her friends, all of whom where obsessed with the dark side of the occult) $7.99
Rankin, Ian Saints of the Shadow Bible (John Rebus #19 / Malcolm Fox #4: Edgar finalist. Rebus is back on the force with a demotion and a chip on his shoulder. And a case is being reopened, with his team from 30 years ago suspected of helping a murderer escape justice to further their own ends. Malcolm Fox is tasked with finding out the truth) $16.00
Robb, J.D. Festive in Death (Eve Dallas #39: The murder of a personal trainer leads Lt. Eve Dallas to a lineup of women he had loved and left) $7.99
Rucka, Greg Bravo (Jad Bell #2: Bell is tasked with bringing in the Uzbek, organizer of the terrorist attack that nearly cost Bell his ex-wife and daughter. But the Uzbek's employer, the Architect, has already set in motion an even more devastating attack. At the center of it all are two women under deep cover) $8.00
Ryan, Annelise Stiff Penalty (Mattie Winston #6: PBO; Deputy coroner Mattie Winston investigates when a high school math teacher is stabbed to death with a barbecue fork straight to the heart) $7.99
Salane, Jeffrey Lawless (Kids; M has been home-schooled her entire life, so she has no idea how unusual her education has been, until she arrives at the Lawless School and learns her tutors have been preparing her for a life of crime. But when her first real-world heist goes wrong, M is left wondering: is there truly honor among thieves?) $6.99
Sansom, C.J. Lamentation (Matthew Shardlake #6: Autumn, 1546: King Henry VIII is on his deathbed. When a radical memoir she has written disappears and the printer she had entrusted the manuscript to is murdered, Queen Catherine Parr turns to shrewd lawyer Matthew Shardlake for help) $27.00
Senzai, N.H. Saving Kabul Corner (Kids; Edgar finalist. 12-year-old tomboy Ariana and her ladylike cousin Laila, who recently arrived from Afghanistan, do not get along. Can they work together to help make peace when a rival Afghan grocery store opens, rekindling an old-world feud and threatening their family's livelihood?) $7.99
Seymour, Gerald The Outsiders (MI5 officer Winnie Monks has never forgiven a Russian gangster for the death of a young agent. When she learns the gangster is vacationing in Spain, she finds an empty villa nearby to use for surveillance, and for her darker unofficial plans. Just one problem: the villa isn't empty - a young British couple has arrived to housesit) $25.99
Silva, Daniel The Heist (Gabriel Allon #14: Art restorer and occasional spy Gabriel Allon searches for a stolen masterpiece by Caravaggio) $9.99
Simenon, Georges The Dancer at the Gai-Moulin (Maigret #10: Maigret observes from a distance as two boys are accused of killing a rich foreigner. Their loyalty, which binds them together through their adventures, is put to the test, and seemingly irrelevant social differences threaten their friendship and their freedom) $10.00
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) $15.00
Staub, Wendi Corsi The Black Widow (PBO; When newly divorced Gaby Duran tries out an online dating site, she discovers that local singles are going missing after making online connections. And a predator is once again searching for the perfect match) $7.99
Stewart, Fran A Wee Murder in My Shop (ScotShop #1: PBO; On a buying trip to Scotland, Peggy can't resist a beautiful old tartan shawl. Her purchase comes with a hidden feature: the specter of a 14th-century Scotsman. Back in Vermont, Peggy finds her ex-boyfriend dead on the floor of her shop. When her cousin is arrested for the crime, Peggy will need some help from her Scottish ghost to find the real killer) $7.99
Swanson, Denise Dying for a Cupcake (Dime Store #4: PBO; Dev agrees to host a cupcake competition at her shop. When baker Kizzy Cutler's assistant dies, and then Kizzy escapes several near misses, Dev must investigate a not-so-sweet list of suspects to stop a killer) $7.99
Tata, A.J. Foreign and Domestic (PBO; One year ago, Jake Mahegan lead a Delta Force team on a mission that ended in tragedy, and was dismissed from service. But now the traitor who ruined his life is on US soil, and Mahegan is the only one who can stop him - outside the law, under the radar, and out for vengeance) $9.99
Turner, Lisa A Little Death in Dixie (Billy Able #1: A notorious socialite has disappeared. She's either off on another drunken escapade, or the disappearance is something much more frightening. Memphis police detective Billy Able's investigation uncovers a web of tragedy, suspicion, passion, and sordid secrets) $15.95
Westerson, Jeri Cup of Blood (Crispin Guest Prequel: Bruce Alexander Award finalist. When a corpse turns up at his favorite tavern, disgraced knight Crispin Guest investigates. The dead man turns out to be a Templar knight, and the deeper Crispin probes into the murder, the more it looks like the handiwork of an old friend turned adversary) $17.99

EXPECTED MID-MARCH

Alaux, JP/Balen, N Cognac Conspiracies (Winemaker Detective #5: The heirs to one of the oldest Cognac estates face a hostile takeover by foreign investors, and renowned wine expert Benjamin Cooker is called in to audit the books; a drowning raises the stakes) $12.95
Box, C.J. Endangered (Joe Pickett #15: When his 18-year-old ward April turns up in a ditch, beaten nearly to death, Joe goes after Dallas Cates) $26.95
Butler, Dori Hillestad The Five O'Clock Ghost (Haunted Library #4: Kids; Claire and Kaz try to track down a ghost at a friend's house. Could it be Kaz's missing brother?) $4.99
Calkins, Susanna From the Charred Remains (Lucy Campion #2: Bruce Alexander Award finalist. London, 1666: In the cleanup after the Great Fire, a murder victim's body is found. Lucy Campion, now apprenticed to a printmaker, uses her free time to help the local constable investigate) $15.99
Chang, Henry Death Money (Jack Yu #4: When the body of an unidentified Asian man is found in the Harlem River, NYPD detective Jack Yu's investigation takes him to Chinatown's restaurants, strip clubs, and gambling establishments) $14.95
Connelly, Michael The Burning Room (Harry Bosch #19: When a man succumbs to complications from being shot by a stray bullet nine years earlier, Harry Bosch and rookie detective Lucia Soto catch the case. As they pull new leads from old information, they discover the shooting may have been anything but random) $16.00
Cook, Kevin Kitty Genovese: The Murder, the Bystanders, the Crime That Changed America (Edgar finalist. Nonfiction. NYC, 1964: Kitty Genovese was stabbed to death on her front stoop. Drawing on a trove of long-lost documents plus interviews with Kitty's lover and other key figures, Cook presents the real Kitty Genovese and the truth about her death) $15.95
Corby, Gary The Marathon Conspiracy (Nicolaos #4: Near the Sanctuary of Artemis school for girls, two students have found the skull of the last tyrant to rule Athens - who was supposed to have died 30 years ago, in Persia. When one of the girls is killed and the other disappears, Diotima's childhood teacher turns to her for help. And Pericles wants Nico to find answers about the skull) $15.95
Crosby, Ellen Multiple Exposure (Sophie Medina #1: When her CIA operative husband Nick is abducted, photojournalist Sophie Medina becomes embroiled in his shadowy world in a case involving illicit Russian oil deals) $16.00
Dahl, Julia Invisible City (Rebekah Roberts #1: Edgar finalist and Mary Higgins Clark Award finalist. Assigned to cover the murder of a Hasidic Jew in Brooklyn, Rebekah Roberts knows the woman will be buried without autopsy. But the young journalist is determined that the killer won't get away with murder) $15.99
Davidson, Hilary Blood Always Tells (Dominique Monahan just wanted to get even with her two-timing boyfriend, but her elaborate blackmail scheme soon lands her in the middle of an unexpected kidnapping and attempted murder) $15.99
de Beauvoir, Jeannette Asylum (When four women are murdered and shockingly posed on Montreal park benches, Martine LeDuc, director of PR for the mayor's office, is drawn into the investigation, and uncovers dark secrets from the 1950s, when orphanages were converted to asylums - and orphans were used for medical experiments) $25.99
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) $15.99
Doyle, Arthur Conan Rodney Stone (Reissue; A gothic coming-of-age story about a young Sussex boy whose interests include mischief, exploration, and boxing) $14.99
Dunn, Carola Death at Wentwater Court (Daisy Dalrymple #1: Reissue; 1923: Shockingly, the young Honourable Daisy Dalrymple has decided to make her living as a writer. Visiting Wentwater Court to research her first piece, she winds up involved in a murder investigation) $15.99
Evanovich, Janet Top Secret Twenty-one audiobook (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) $14.99
Finch, Charles The Last Enchantments (After working on a disappointing presidential campaign, William Baker decides to take a year off. A trip to Oxford, England, leads to a whirlwind of unexpected friendships and romantic entanglements) $15.99
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?) $14.95
Freeman, Brain The Cold Nowhere (Jonathan Stride #6: MN Book Award finalist. 10 years ago, little Catalina Mateo hid under the porch while a knife butchered her mother and a bullet killed her father. Now a rough-sleeping teenager, Catalina arrives at the home of detective Jonathan Stride, pleading for protection. She claims to have narrowly escaped a killer, but Stride's partner Maggie Bei is not convinced) $14.99
Hayder, Mo Pig Island (Reissue; Shortlisted for the Steel Dagger. Journalist Joe Oakes makes a living exposing supernatural hoaxes. When he infiltrates the territory of a secretive cult on a Scottish island, the violent consequences of his transgression force him to face a terrible reality: have his actions set into motion a killer who will stop at nothing?) $15.00
Herron, Mick Down Cemetery Road (Oxford #1: Reissue; One evening in Oxford, a house near Sarah Tucker's explodes. The reported cause is a gas leak, but when a little girl disappears in the aftermath, Sarah becomes obsessed with finding her) $14.95
Hoffman, Carl The Savage Harvest (Edgar finalist. Nonfiction. In 1961, Michael C. Rockefeller vanished off the coast of New Guinea. Did he drown? Did he make it to shore, only to be killed and eaten by cannibals? In addition to exhaustive archival research, Hoffman traveled to the jungles of New Guinea looking for answers) $15.99
Hunter, Jessie Prichard The Green Muse (Edouard Mas #1: PBO; Belle Epoque Paris: Edouard takes pictures of corpses before they are carted off to the morgue. If the bodies are unidentified, they will be put behind glass for the whole city to view. Edouard begins to come across more and more bodies stripped of their identification and laid out in methodical poses, and realizes someone is dabbling in the art of death, with the morgue as their museum) $11.99
Jance, J.A. Cold Betrayal (Ali Reynolds #10: Ali's new daughter-in-law comes to her for help - someone has been sending her grandmother anonymous threats. Meanwhile, Sister Anselm is bent on uncovering the secrets of The Family, a polygamous cult that deals violently with those who try to leave its ranks) $25.99
Lawrence, Caroline P.K. Pinkerton and the Pistol-Packing Widows (P.K. Pinkerton #3: Kids; After being stuffed into a turnip sack and tossed in the back of a wagon, P.K. is forced to take a job trailing the abductor's fiance in Carson City. P.K. must battle quicksand, escape the despicable former Deputy Marshall, and save Poker Face Jace from certain death at the hands of the 'Black Widow') $7.99
Lehane, Dennis World Gone By (Joe Coughlin #3: Prohibition is dead, the world is at war again, and Joe Coughlin works as a consigliere to the Bartolo crime family, moving in and out of the black, white, and Cuban underworlds. He has everything, but success cannot protect him from the dark truths of his past; Signed copies expected) $27.99
Leon, Donna By Its Cover (Guido Brunetti #23: Someone has stolen pages out of several rare books at a prestigious Venetian library. Surely the culprit must be the man who requested the volumes, a professor from the US. The problem? The man fled the library earlier, and a check of his credentials proves he doesn't exist. The suspects multiply, and when a seemingly harmless theologian, who had spent years reading at the library, turns up murdered, Commissario Brunetti must question his expectations about what makes a person innocent or guilty) $16.00
Murthy, Vasudev Sherlock Holmes, the Missing Years: Japan (1893: Holmes and Watson head across Asia to Japan to thwart Professor Moriarty's latest scheme for world domination; $24.95 hc also available) $14.95
Ohlsson, Kristina The Disappeared (Fredrika Bergman #3: Bergman and her team investigate when bodies are found buried in a forest glade in a Stockholm suburb. With the killer still at large, whose body will turn up next?) $16.00
Perry, Anne Death on Blackheath (Thomas Pitt #29: 1897: When the local police find evidence at a government official's home of what appears to be an ugly crime - no corpse, but a missing maid and signs of a bloody struggle - Thomas Pitt and the Special Branch are called in to investigate) $16.00
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) $16.00
Round, Jeffrey The Jade Butterfly (Dan Sharp #3: A seemingly casual encounter in a downtown Toronto bar sends missing persons investigator Dan Sharp in search of a woman who was presumed dead in the Tiananmen Square massacre) $11.99
Scottoline, Lisa Keep Quiet (When Jake and his 16-year-old son Ryan get in an auto accident that threatens to derail Ryan's chances at college, Jake makes a decision that saves his son from formal punishment, but plunges them both into a world of guilt, lies, and secrecy) $15.99
Steinhauer, Olen All the Old Knives (Years ago in Vienna, terrorists took hostages. When the rescue attempt went terribly wrong, the CIA's Vienna station had questions. Had their agent been compromised, and if so, how? Case officers Henry Pelham and Celia Harrison were ending their love affair at the time. Now they're getting together for dinner - but neither can forget those questions) $23.99
Stout, R/Goldsborough, R Archie in the Crosshairs (Nero Wolfe: Outside Nero Wolfe's stately brownstone, two gunshots ring out, nearly hitting Archie Goodwin. Which of their enemies has decided to strike?) $14.99
Tallis, Frank A Death in Vienna (UK title: Mortal Mischief) (Max Liebermann #1: Reissue; Shortlisted for the Historical Dagger. 1900s Vienna: When a medium dies mysteriously, detective Oskar Reinhardt calls in his friend, psychoanalyst Max Liebermann, for expert assistance. All the signs point to a supernatural killer, but the scientist is not so easily convinced) $16.00
Watterson, Kate Fractured (Ellie MacIntosh #4: Milwaukee homicide detective Ellie MacIntosh is looking for a serial killer, but she can't connect the victims, and there isn't a single suspect in sight) $15.99
Winspear, Jacqueline A Dangerous Place (Maisie Dobbs #11: 1937: Her stepmother has summoned Maisie home to England, but en route from India she realizes she isn't ready, and disembarks in Gibraltar. When a member of the Sephardic Jewish community is murdered, Maisie becomes entangled in the case; Signed copies expected) $26.99

EXPECTED EARLY APRIL

The Mystery Writers of America Cookbook (A deadly delicious assortment of recipes for appetizers, entrees, desserts, drinks, and more, from bestselling authors) $24.95
Allan, Barbara Antiques Con (Trash 'n' Treasures #8: On a trip to NYC to sell a rare 1940s Superman drawing, Brandy and Vivian (and shih tzu Sushi) stumble on a murder victim impaled with a pen-shaped award) $7.99
Atherton, Nancy Aunt Dimity and the Wishing Well (Aunt Dimity #19: After Lori laughingly tosses a coin into a garden's old well and makes a wish, she is baffled when the wish seems to come true. The villagers turn out in droves to make wishes of their own, but soon learn that one person's wish is another person's worst nightmare. With the village thrown into chaos, Lori resolves to find out what's really going on) $14.00
Balliett, Blue Pieces and Players (Petra & Calder #4: Kids; When 13 extremely valuable pieces of art are stolen from a museum, Calder, Petra, and Tommy are matched with two new sleuths, Zoomy and Early, to investigate) $17.99
Banyard, Jen Riddle Gully Runaway (Riddle Gully #2: Kids; When junior report Pollo di Nozi implicates the mayor's nephew in a spate of local robberies, she sets in motion a series of mishaps that only she (and her faithful sheep sidekick Shorn Connery) can set right) $9.95
Brown, Fredric Murder Draws a Crowd (Fredric Brown Mystery Library #1: Collection. Short fiction originally published in mystery pulps between 1938 and 1942) $45.00
Brown, Rita&Sneaky Pie 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) $7.99
Bunson, Matthew E. The Elementary Sherlock Holmes (A miscellany of Sherlockiana, covering the novels, stories, characters, and TV and film adaptations) $16.95
Camilleri, Andrea Game of Mirrors (Montalbano #18: Inspector Montalbano and his colleagues are stumped when two bombs explode outside empty warehouses, one of which is connected to a big-time drug dealer) $16.00
Carter, M.J. The Strangler Vine (Shortlisted for the New Blood Dagger. India, 1937: A young soldier and a political agent gone native are trying to track down a missing writer; they get sucked into the secretive Thuggee cult and its even more ominous suppression) $27.95
Casey, Jane The Stranger You Know (Maeve Kerrigan #4: Mary Higgins Clark Award finalist. Three London women have been strangled in their homes - and the evidence is starting to point to DCI Josh Derwent. DC Maeve Kerrigan refuses to believe he could be involved, but how well does she really know him?) $16.99
Castillo, Linda The Dead Will Tell (Kate Burkholder #6: When an apparent suicide turns out to be murder, Chief of Police Kate Burkholder follows an elusive trail that points back to a decades-old tragedy in the Amish community) $7.99
Clark, Mary Higgins I've Got You Under My Skin (A new TV series will gather an unsolved murder victim's friends and family, who have lived under suspicion for years. Paid to reenact events on TV, each will have a chance to prove innocence - unless, of course, someone is guilty) $7.99
Clark, Mary Higgins The Melody Lingers On (While redecorating a modest townhouse for the wife of a notorious disgraced financier, Lane finds herself moved by the woman's belief in her husband's innocence, and drawn to the woman's son. She doesn't realize that the closer she gets to them, the more she puts her life in jeopardy) $26.99
Cleeland, Anne Murder in Hindsight (Acton & Doyle #3: DS Kathleen Doyle contends with a series of homicides that point to a vigilante killer - the victims are all criminals who eluded justice. Meanwhile, DCI Acton must outmaneuver an unscrupulous reporter who is being fed information by someone at Scotland Yard) $25.00
Clement, Blaize & John The Cat Sitter's Whiskers (Dixie Hemingway #10: Dixie arrives at a cat-sitting assignment, only to be knocked out by someone hiding in the house. When the cops arrive, they discover no one has broken in, and nothing seems to be missing. The search for answers takes Dixie into the murky world of black market antiques) $25.99
Coben, Harlan The Stranger (Married parents Adam and Hannah confront the shocking secret on which their marriage is built - leaving Adam wondering whether he ever truly knew Hannah at all) $27.95
Corbett, David The Mercy of the Night (When a young woman he has taken under his wing disappears, Phelan Tierney searches for her, despite her puzzlingly unhelpful family. Abducted and tortured when she was 8 years old, Jacquelina Garza still bears the scars of the incident and its aftermath. Her teenage life takes an even steeper downward turn when she is drawn into a murder case. Can these two souls find redemption amid the convenient lies and difficult truths that have followed them for so long?) $15.95
Corris, Peter Silent Kill (Cliff Hardy #40: When a murder and a kidnapping cause a populist politician's campaign to fall apart, Cliff Hardy is hired to investigate the murder, and uncovers hidden agendas among the campaign staff as well as powerful outside influences) $16.95
Coughlin, J/Davis, D On Scope (Sniper #7: When the US consulate is Barcelona is attacked by Islamist terrorists, snipers Kyle Swanson and his associate Beth Ledford go on the attack) $9.99
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) $7.99
Doyle, Arthur Conan Tales of Terror and Mystery (A fully annotated collection of Doyle's spooky tales) $11.95
Driggers, James Lovesick (PBO; Four interrelated gothic noir tales spanning half a century in a small South Carolina town) $15.00
Dyer-Seeley, Kate Slayed on the Slopes (Meg Reed #2: PBO; Meg is covering Oregon's elite high-altitude rescue team during their four-day winter training. When a team member is found dead in a pool of blood, can Meg find the killer?) $7.99
Fiedler, Chrystle Garden of Death (Natural Remedies #3: PBO; When a local doctor is found dead in Willow's medicinal garden, she must find the killer to clear her boyfriend's name) $7.99
Fox, Mae/Fields, Jan Threads of Deceit (Vineyard Quilt #1: PBO; The Quilt Haus Inn's new manager Julie Ellis is dubious about a guest's plans: he'll be searching for a famous sunken ship - in a Missouri farmer's field. Then a dead body is discovered at the proposed dig site) $7.99
Gaus, P.L. Whiskers of the Lion (Amish-Country #9: A young Amish woman is on the run from a murderous drug ring, and sheriff Bruce Robertson is tasked with locating her so she can testify in federal court) $15.00
Gibbins, David Pyramid (Jack Howard #8: As the people of Cairo fight and die for their rights, archaeologist Jack Howard fights for a discovery that will shed new light on the Jews' exodus from Egypt) $9.99
Grabenstein, Chris The Island of Dr. Libris (Kids; Whenever Billy opens the books inside Dr. Libris' private bookcase, he hears sounds coming from the island in the middle of the lake. The clash of swords. The twang of arrows. It's almost as if the stories are coming to life! But that's impossible, isn't it?) $16.99
Harp, Anderson Born of War (Will Parker #2: PBO; A savage act of domestic terrorism bring Will Parker back to active duty in pursuit of the enemies responsible) $9.99
Henshaw, Mark Red Cell (Stryker & Burke #1: Two CIA outcasts, rookie agent Kyra Stryker and unorthodox analyst Jonathan Burke, must race to stop a secret Chinese weapon that threatens to provoke a world war) $5.99
Iles, Greg Natchez Burning (Penn Cage #4: Shortlisted for the Steel Dagger. Dr. Tom Cage is accused of murdering Viola Turner, a black nurse he worked with in the early 1960s. Every effort to defend his father unearths secrets from the past, leading Penn to a conspiracy involving a vicious KKK crew headed by one of Mississippi's wealthiest and most powerful men) $9.99
Jakobsen, Sander The Preacher (Thorkild Jacobsen stares down at his murdered wife and realizes he knows almost nothing about her. How did she fill her days? Where did she really go every Thursday? Detective Thea Krogh is determined to find out) $11.95
Jardine, Quintin Hour of Darkness (Bob Skinner #24: When the identity of a murdered woman in Edinburgh is revealed, it stirs unwelcome memories for those who knew her, including Chief Constable Skinner. His decision to become involved in the investigation will lead him to the toughest choice of his life) $10.95
Kallentoft, Mons Spring Remains (Malin Fors #4: DI Malin Fors investigates when an explosion rocks the town square, killing two girls and terrifying the entire community) $16.00
Kappes, Tonya A Ghostly Grave (Emma Lee Raines #2: Four years ago, Chicken Teater was put in the ground. But lately he's been pestering Emma Lee to find out who killed him. While Sheriff Jack Henry Ross gets new forensics on the old corpse, Emma Lee takes a look at some suspects) $7.99
Kellerman, Faye Murder 101 (Decker & Lazarus #22: Peter and Rina have moved to a college town in upstate New York. Rina is adapting, but Decker is bored at the Greenbury police department. Then a break-in at the cemetery reveals that a mausoleum's Tiffany panels have been replaced by forgeries, and a young woman is murdered at a local college) $9.99
Kerr, Philip The Lady from Zagreb (Bernie Gunther #10: A beautiful actress, a rising star of the giant German film company UFA, now controlled by the Propaganda Ministry. The clever, dangerous Propaganda Minister, ambitious schemer, and flagrant libertine. And Bernie Gunther, forced to do favors for Joseph Goebbels at the Propaganda Minister's command. Set down amid the killing fields of Ustashe-controlled Croatia, Bernie finds himself in a world of mindless brutality where everyone has a hidden agenda) $26.95
Kriss, Gary The Zodiac Deception (1942: OSS chief Wild Bill Donovan convinces con man David Walker to pose as a German astrologer, on a mission to gain Heinrich Himmler's trust and persuade him to assassinate Hitler) $9.99
La Seur, Carrie The Home Place (Hard work got Alma to Yale, and now she's a high-profile Seattle lawyer. But a call from the Montana police pulls her back into the family trouble she thought she'd escaped: her sister is dead. Back in her hometown, Alma discovers the death might not have been a accident, and sets out to find the truth) $14.99
Lebow, Laura The Figaro Murders (Vienna, 1786: A favor to a friend puts librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte in the wrong place at the wrong time, making him the main suspect in the murder of a diplomat's protege. He's given a choice: go undercover in the household to find the killer, or be hanged for the crime himself) $24.99
Lescroart, John The Keeper (Dismas Hardy #18: When Hal Chase becomes prime suspect in his wife's disappearance, he hires Dismas Hardy to defend him. Hardy turns to former homicide detective Abe Glitsky for help investigating) $9.99
Lyle, Dixie Marked Fur Murder (Foxtrot Lancaster #3: PBO; When Ben's sister is found dead in Zelda's pool, a hairdryer beside her, Foxtrot doesn't buy it: you can't kill a Thunderbird with electricity. One of the guests is trying to cover up a murder, and it's up to Foxtrot and her animal colleagues to figure which one) $7.99
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) $14.99
McGowan, Claire The Lost (Paula Maguire #1: When two girls go missing along the Irish border, forensic psychologist Paula Maguire must return to the hometown she left years before. Is there a link to two disappearances in 1985?) $12.95
Miller, Jason Down Don't Bother Me (Slim #1: PBO; In one of the last working collieries in downstate Illinois, the body of a reporter is found. To protect himself and the operation, the mine owner turns to Slim, a mine employee with a reputation for 'bloodhounding', hiring him to find the reporter's missing photographer. The trail leads Slim into the grimy underworld of Little Egypt) $14.99
Morrell, David Inspector of the Dead (Thomas De Quincey #2: 1855: De Quincey, his daughter Emily, and their Scotland Yard companions Ryan and Becker must track down a killer who is targeting the upper echelons of British society - and plans to assassinate the Queen) $26.00
Mugavero, Liz The Icing on the Corpse (Pawsitively Organic #3: PBO; After the town's elderly historian is pushed down the museum's basement stairs, Stan discovers the woman's ties to an unsolved death in 1948. But how does that connect to Adrian Fox, who has arrived in town to shoot an episode of Celebrity Ghost Hunters?) $7.99
Neggers, Carla Harbor Island (Sharpe & Donovan #4: PBO; When a murder victim is found holding a small, cross-inscribed stone, Emma and Colin investigate, certain there is more to this murder than meets the eye) $7.99
Patterson, J/White, M Private Down Under (alternate title: Private Oz) (Private #5: A horrific murder in the wealthy Eastern Suburbs and the desperate search for a motive stretches Private Sydney to the limit) $10.00
Paul, Elliot The Mysterious Mickey Finn (Homer Evans #1: Reissue; Originally published in 1939. When philanthropist Hugo Weiss vanishes on a visit to Paris, the case plunges intrepid American detective Homer Evans and his sharpshooting girlfriend into a maelstrom of kidnapping, art forgery, tax evasion, murder, and a plot to restore the French monarchy) $9.95
Perry, Anne The Angel Court Affair (Thomas Pitt #30: Thomas Pitt thinks playing bodyguard to Sofia Delacruz, a controversial British preacher who has been living in Spain, is a waste of Special Branch's time. But when the woman is kidnapped, and two of her companions are murdered, Pitt learns that the message the woman was meant to deliver was far more urgent than he knew) $27.00
Perry, Carol J. Tails, You Lose (Witch City #2: PBO; When the local handyman turns up dead, Lee's clairvoyant capabilities bubble to the surface once again. And as Lee and her students work on a documentary charting the history of Trumbull's Department Store, they uncover family secrets, deathbed whispers, and a labyrinth of tunnels hidden below the streets of Salem) $7.99
Perry, Douglas Eliot Ness: The Rise and Fall of an American Hero (Biography of the lawman, notably his work in Prohibition-era Chicago, and in 1930s Cleveland, where he worked to eliminate police corruption) $17.00
Preston, D/Child, L Gideon's Sword (Gideon Crew #1: Reissue; Rogue operative Gideon Crew is assigned to tail a Chinese scientist and steal the plans for a new weapon of mass destruction. When the scientist is killed and the plans stolen, Gideon follows a trail of clues to an uninhabited island, where he comes face to face with his nemesis - and learns that what he thought was the ultimate weapon is something far more frightening) $8.00
Preston, D/Child, L Gideon's Corpse (Gideon Crew #2: Reissue; A top nuclear scientist goes mad and takes an innocent family hostage. A plume of radiation above NYC leads to a warehouse; the evidence indicates that a powerful nuclear bomb was assembled there just hours before, and that in ten days an American city will be vaporized. And Gideon Crew, tracking the terrorist cell from New York to New Mexico, learns the end may be something worse than mere Armageddon) $8.00
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) $8.00
Preston, Douglas The Kraken Project (Wyman Ford #4: When things go awry at a NASA test of a space probe, an explosion kills several scientists, and the probe's AI flees into the internet. The president's science advisor taps Wyman Ford to track down the self-modifying software) $9.99
Preus, Margi Enchantment Lake (Kids; A call from her great-aunts brings 17-year-old Francie to a lake in the Minnesota northwoods, where the neighbors are dropping like flies from strange accidents. As she investigates, the mysteries multiply: a poisoned hotdish, a puzzling confession, eerie noises in the bog, a legendary treasure. And at the center of everything is a sudden boom in cabin sales and a road not everyone wants built) $16.95
Quinn, Anthony The Blood Dimmed Tide (W.B. Yeats #1: London, 1918: Haunted by the restless spirit of an Irish girl whose body washed ashore in a coffin, W.B. Yeats and his apprentice ghost-catcher Charles Adams undertake a perilous journey to Ireland. Surrounded by spies, occultists, and diehard rebels, they try to piece together the killer's identity) $16.95
Riggs, Cynthia Poison Ivy (Martha's Vineyard #11: When she takes a position as adjunct professor at Ivy Green College, ninety-two-year-old poet Victoria Trumbull soon finds herself sleuthing: someone is killing tenure committee members) $25.99
Ross, Ann B. Miss Julia's Marvelous Makeover (Miss Julia #15: When Sam has a fainting spell and has to go into the hospital for tests, who will run his state senate campaign? Is his no-good rival going to cakewalk into office? No sir, not if Miss Julia has anything to say about it. Meanwhile, a long-lost cousin with a problem granddaughter expects Miss Julia to teach the girl to be a lady) $16.00
Ryals, Mary Jane Cutting Loose in Paradise (LaRue Panther #1: Rumor has it a woman committed suicide by shooting herself in the chest. But while arranging the corpse's hair, stylist LaRue Panther realizes the woman's neck has been slashed and there is no chest wound, and decides to find out what really happened) $14.95
Sandford, John Field of Prey (Lucas Davenport #24: When a cistern in an abandoned farmyard near Red Wing, Minnesota, turns out to hold over a dozen corpses, Lucas Davenport is called in to investigate) $9.99
Simenon, Georges The Two-Penny Bar (alternate titles: Guinguette by the Seine / The Bar on the Seine) (Maigret #11: When a condemned man reveals the whereabouts of an unpunished murderer, Maigret puts his holiday on hold. His investigation takes him to a bar on the Seine, where the old crime is upstaged by a killing) $11.00
Simmons, Dan The Fifth Heart (1893: Sherlock Holmes and Henry James come to the US to solve the mystery of the 1885 death of Clover Adams - the suspected foul play may involve matters of national importance. Holmes is currently on his Great Hiatus, his three-year absence after Reichenbach Falls, having faked his death because he has come to the conclusion that he is a fictional character. This leads to complications for James, for if his fellow investigator is a work of fiction, what does that make him? And what can the storyteller do to fight against the sinister power - possibly named Moriarty - that may or may not be controlling them from the shadows?) $28.00
Sundstol, Vidar The Ravens (Minnesota #3: The murder case is now approaching resolution - although not to Lance Hansen's satisfaction. He reluctantly undertakes his own investigation, uncovering troubling connections and grim secrets that will shake him to his core) $24.95
Tanenbaum, Robert K. Fatal Conceit (Butch Karp #26: When a CIA chief dies under suspicious circumstances before he can testify about a government coverup, DA Butch Karp finds himself battling a heavyweight opponent: the US government) $9.99
Trent, Christine The Mourning Bells (Lady of Ashes #4: PBO; Victorian England: Violet Harper is accompanying coffins from various undertakers on the London Necropolis Railway when she hears a coffin bell - a device that prevents a person from being buried alive. Inside the coffin she finds a terrified man who claims he was falsely interred. When a second coffin bell is rung on another trip, Violet grows suspicious. Is there something sinister afoot?) $15.00
White, Randy Wayne Cuba Straits (Doc Ford #22: Doc's old friend General Juan Garcia has obtained letters written by Fidel Castro in the early 1960s. When Garcia and the man he sold the letters to both disappear, Doc investigates, convinced the letters contain a secret that some powerful person or agency wants to keep hidden) $26.95
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) $9.99

EXPECTED MID-APRIL

The Cozy Cookbook (PBO; A cookbook for mystery readers, including recipes from popular series, plus excerpts from the authors' bestselling works) $16.00
Adams, Ellery Lemon Pies and Little White Lies (Charmed Pie Shoppe #4: PBO; When Havenwood is rocked by a series of mysterious deaths, Ella Mae realizes that the mystical symbols left at each crime scene are dangerously personal. Now she will have to whip up all her supernatural skills to uncover a killer out to settle an ancient score) $7.99
Albert, Susan Wittig Death Come Quickly (China Bayles #22: Karen Prior was involved with a documentary about a 15-year-old murder case, which ended with the suspect's acquittal. When she dies as the result of a mugging, China wonders if the same person could be responsible for both deaths) $7.99
Albert, Susan Wittig Bittersweet (China Bayles #23: When her mother's ranch assistant is killed in a car crash and the local veterinarian is shot during a burglary at his clinic, China teams up with game warden Mack Chambers to investigate) $25.95
Allingham/Ripley Mr. Campion's Fox (Albert Campion #23: When his daughter forms an attachment to a most unsuitable young man, the Danish ambassador requests Mr. Campion's help, but before he can act, the girl and her beau disappear without a trace - and a body turns up) $28.95
Atherton, Nancy Aunt Dimity and the Summer King (Aunt Dimity #20: Is a developer planning to turn the cozy village of Finch into an enclave of overpriced weekend homes? Lori will need Aunt Dimity's otherworldly help to save her beloved village) $25.95
Baldacci, David Memory Man (Amos Decker #1: A sports accident left Amos Decker with a strange side effect - he can never forget anything. He was a cop, but when his family was murdered and the crime went unsolved, his life fell apart. Now Decker's working as a PI, but when a horrific event rocks the city, the police call him back in to help with that investigation - and he decides to seize the chance to learn what really happened to his family that night) $28.00
Ben-David, Mishka Duet in Beirut (When an expelled Mossad agent disappears after a failed assassination attempt against a Hezbollah operative, it is up to his former commander to track him down and stop him) $26.95
Blackwood, Gary Curiosity (Kids; Philadelphia, 1835: Rufus, a young chess prodigy, is recruited by a shady showman to operate a mechanical chess player called the Turk; audience members and opponents must never realize Rufus is hidden inside the contraption. He fears he may never be able to escape his unscrupulous master. And what happened to the previous operators of the Turk?) $8.99
Born, James O. Scent of Murder (Deputy Tim Hallett and his K-9 partner Rocky are searching for a kidnapper. When the trail turns to murder, Hallett will risk everything to catch the killer) $25.99
Bouman, Tom Dry Bones in the Valley (Edgar finalist. When an elderly recluse finds a corpse on his land, Henry Farrell, the lone policeman in Wild Thyme, Pennsylvania, investigates. His search for the killer will open old wounds, dredge up ancient crimes, and exact a deadly price) $14.95
Brady, Conor A June of Ordinary Murders (Dublin, 1887: DS Joe Swallow investigates a pair of murders. When the evidence suggest high-level involvement and the body count rises, can he overcome foolish superiors and political directives to deliver justice?) $25.99
Broach, Elise Revenge of Superstition Mountain (Superstition Mountain #3: Kids; There are still mysteries to solve, so the Barker brothers and their friend Delilah climb up to Superstition Mountain one last time. Is the creepy librarian really the ghost of Julia Thomas from a century before? What was Uncle Hank's role in discovering the gold mine? Can they still get into the mine? Does their cat Josie have mysterious powers? And, most of all, who is trying to kill them?) $7.99
Brown, Duffy Demise in Denim (Consignment Shop #4: PBO; When a dead man is found in a bathtub, local lawyer Walker Boone is accused of the dirty deed. Now Reagan and Walker need to put their heads together to find out who is trying to get him out of the picture) $7.99
Calkins, Susanna The Masque of a Murderer (Lucy Campion #3: 1667: Lucy accompanies the local magistrate's daughter to a man's home to record his dying words, but she's unprepared for what he tells her: that someone deliberately pushed him into the path of a horse and cart because of a secret he recently uncovered) $24.99
Casey, Elizabeth Lynn Wedding Duress (Southern Sewing Circle #10: PBO; When a member of the sewing circle learns that her former nanny took a fatal fall at her new job, she suspects the death was no accident. Can Tori untangle the rumors and find a killer?) $7.99
Castle, Richard Wild Storm (Derrick Storm #2: Derrick Storm investigates three suspicious plane crashes where many of the victims were prominent in political, business, and religious circles) $9.99
Charles, Kate False Tongues (Callie Anson #4: Reverend Callie Anson must confront painful memories when she attends a reunion at her theological college in Cambridge. Meanwhile, London cops Neville Stewart and Mark Lombardi come to suspect that the stabbing of a schoolboy was related to cyber-bullying) $14.95
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) $14.99
Cooper, Amanda Shadow of a Spout (Teapot Collector #2: PBO; At the annual convention of the International Teapot Collector's Society, Rose is eager to have Zunia Pettigrew appraise a prized antique teapot. When Zunia declares the pot a fake, and then is found dead beside Rose's dinged-in teapot, Sophie must rush to get her grandmother out of hot water) $7.99
Cotterill, Colin The Coroner's Lunch (Dr. Siri #1: Reissue; 1978: 72-year-old Dr. Siri Paiboun has been drafted to be national coroner of the new socialist Laos. When the body of a prominent politician's wife arrives, Siri suspects the woman has been murdered. Now he and his team must deal with government secrets, spying neighbors, victim hauntings, Hmong shamans, botched romances, and other deadly dangers to get to the truth) $9.99
Crockett, Jessie A Sticky Situation (Sugar Grove #3: PBO; The contractor renovating the town's Opera House has uncovered the remains of a charming drifter thought to have skipped town decades ago with a hefty chunk of the town's money. The bones threaten to reveal a murderer's secret, and now it's up to Dani to catch a killer) $7.99
Daheim, Mary The Alpine Zen (Emma Lord #26: A visit from Ren, a strange young woman in search of the mother who abandoned her, sparks Emma's curiosity - especially when sheriff Milo Dodge finds a corpse and Ren claims that the remains are those of her father) $26.00
Dawson, Janet Cold Trail (Jeri Howard #11: When her brother Brian disappears, Oakland PI Jeri Howard uncovers cracks in his marriage and problems with his job. And there's a body on a boat, along with Brian's MedicAlert bracelet, and two cops who think Brian was involved in the homicide) $15.95
de Villiers, Gerard Revenge of the Kremlin (Malko Linge: When Boris Berezovsky, in London to avoid the wrath of Vladimir Putin, apparently commits suicide, MI5 opens an investigation, but the Prime Minister orders the case closed. The CIA dispatches Malko Linge to investigate) $14.95
Deaver, Jeffery The Skin Collector (Lincoln Rhyme #11: A new serial killer, inspired by the Bone Collector, is on the loose. Rhyme must untangle a twisted web of clues before the killer targets more victims - or Rhyme himself) $16.00
DeSilva, Bruce A Scourge of Vipers (Liam Mulligan #4: The governor plans to solve Rhode Island's budget crisis by legalizing sports gambling. First a legislator turns up dead. Then an out-of-state bag man is shot and robbed. Now shadowy forces want to derail reporter Liam Mulligan's investigation) $25.99
DeSmet, Christine Five-Alarm Fudge (Fudge Shop #3: PBO; According to Ava's grandpa, a famous divinity fudge recipe from the 1860s is hidden in a local historical church. When a fire in the church reveals the body of a murdered man, it looks like someone is willing to go to any length to possess the recipe) $7.99
Despentes, Virginie Apocalypse Baby (The Hyena - part ruthless PI, part oversexed rock star - and her plain and passive sidekick Lucie tail a missing adolescent girl through Paris and Barcelona. As their search unfolds, they interrogate a suspicious cast of characters, exposing the dark heart of contemporary youth culture) $17.95
DiSilverio, Laura The Readaholics and the Falcon Fiasco (Book Club #1: PBO; When a member of the Readaholics book club dies suddenly, the police rule it suicide by poisoning, but the remaining Readaholics suspect foul play. Taking a page from her favorite literary sleuths, Amy-Faye is determined to find the real killer and close the book on the case) $7.99
Downing, David The Red Eagles (Reissue; 1940s: Two spies, Jack Kuznetsky and Amy Brandon, hide their true allegiances and intentions from their compatriots as they track down the deadliest force in the world. They are the 'red eagles’, sent to America by one of its enemies to steal the greatest secret of all: the key to producing the atomic bomb) $15.95
Downing, Taylor Secret Warriors: The Spies, Scientists, and Code Breakers of World War I (A look at the engineers, chemists, code-breakers, physicists, doctors, mathematicians, and intelligence gatherers of the Great War, and how their discoveries laid the foundations for many of the innovations of the 20th century) $28.95
Duncan, Elizabeth J. Slated for Death (Penny Brannigan #6: When a woman's body is found at the bottom of a slate mine turned tourist attraction, the Llanelen police are convinced the mine operator is responsible, but Penny suspects that a family secret is behind the death) $25.99
Eastman, Dawn A Fright to the Death (Family Fortune #3: PBO; Ex-cop Clyde and her detective boyfriend Mac are snowed in with their families at a supposedly haunted hotel. Then the power goes out and a body turns up. With a hotel full of stranded suspects, Clyde will need all her police and psychic skills to solve the mystery) $7.99
Finder, Joseph Suspicion (To keep his daughter in private school, Danny Goldman accepts a loan from another student's father. Then the DEA comes knocking. Danny's choice: an indictment for accepting drug money, or a treacherous assignment helping the government get close to the man he got the money from) $9.99
Friedman, Daniel Don't Ever Look Back (Buck Schatz #2: 88-year-old retired Memphis cop Buck Schatz gets a visit from a man from his past, who offers Buck a tidy sum to do him a favor, giving Buck a chance to close the book on a series of unsolved robberies. Soon, things go downhill. Way downhill) $15.99
Garnier, Pascal The A26 (The A26 is under construction. Concrete still wet, it stands ready to serve as a cemetery for lost girls) $12.95
Gazan, S.J. The Arc of the Swallow (Soren Marhauge #2: The death of a biologist, who published research showing that a vaccine being used in Africa was doing more harm than good, looks like suicide. But his grad student isn't convinced, and turns to maverick policeman Soren Marhauge for help) $26.99
George, Elizabeth The Edge of Water (Becca King #2: YA; Still on the run from her criminal stepfather, Becca is living in a secret location that even her boyfriend Derric doesn't know. But strange things are happening on Whidbey Island, and Becca is drawn into the maelstrom as secrets of past and present are revealed and Becca becomes aware of her growing paranormal powers) $9.99
Giacometti/Ravenne Shadow Ritual (When two ritual murders - one in Rome and one in Jerusalem - heat up the rivalry between modern-day secret societies searching for knowledge lost at the fall of the Third Reich, detective Antoine Marcas teams up with strong-willed Jade Zewinski to chase neo-Nazi assassins across Europe) $16.95
Giles, Lamar Fake ID (YA; Edgar finalist. Nick shouldn't tell you his real name, or why his family moved to Stepton, Virginia. He shouldn't tell you about his friend Eli and the conspiracy Eli was uncovering when he died. Or how Nick had to choose between solving Eli's murder and staying low-key like the Program said to do) $9.99
Grace, Margaret Manhattan in Miniature (Minature #8: When a SuperKrafts manager takes Gerry and her granddaughter Maddie to NYC for a huge crafts fair, they get to work making miniatures and solving crimes) $15.95
Grecian, Alex The Devil's Workshop (Murder Squad #3: London, 1890: When four vicious murderers escape from prison, Walter Day, Nevil Hammersmith, and the rest of the Murder Squad must hunt them down before they can resume their bloody sprees. And another, uncaught killer is prepared to join forces with them - Jack the Ripper) $16.00
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) $7.99
Gross, Andrew One Mile Under (Ty Hauck #4: An old friend summons Ty Hauck to Colorado, where a square-off between giant energy companies and beaten-down farmers and ranchers has lead to murder and coverups) $26.99
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) $15.99
Hallinan, Timothy Herbie's Game (Junior Bender #4: Lefty Award finalist. When top crook Wattles sets up a hit, he establishes a chain of criminals to pass along instructions and money, so the hitter doesn't know who hired him. When someone steals the paper listing that chain, and people on it begin to pop up dead, he turns to Junior Bender to solve his problem) $15.95
Hannigan, Kate The Detective's Assistant (Kids; 1860s: When she learns that her Aunt Kate is the first woman to be employed as a detective by the Pinkerton Agency, 11-year-old Nell Warne plans to use her own knack for close listening and bold action to help with cases - and maybe solve some of the mysteries of her own past) $17.00
Hart, Ellen Taken by the Wind (Jane Lawless #21: Lambda Award finalist. When their teenage son and his cousin disappear, Eric and Andrew think the boys have run away, and turn to PI Jane Lawless for help. But Jane's first impression of the case isn't good - she fears the boys may have been abducted, or worse) $12.95
Havill, Steven F. Blood Sweep (Posadas County #19: Undersheriff Estelle Reyes-Guzman's uncle - a man she didn't know existed - surfaces in an attempt to mend family ties and leaves a trail of corpses in his wake. Meanwhile, escalating events put Sheriff Bobby Torrez and wealthy rancher Miles Waddell in jeopardy) $14.95
Hayder, Mo Wolf (Jack Caffery #7: Edgar finalist. When a vagrant finds a dog wandering in the woods, with the words 'help us' written on its collar, DI Jack Caffery investigates) $14.00
Herron, Mick The Last Voice You Hear (Oxford #2: Reissue; When a man doesn't show up at his lover's funeral, PI Zoe Boehm is hired to find him. Looking into the dead woman's secrets leads Zoe to more and more questions) $14.95
Hess, Joan Pride v. Prejudice (Claire Malloy #20: Claire has been summoned for jury duty, but the prosecutor has a grudge against Claire's cop husband, and dismisses her in spectacular fashion. To get even, Claire hunts down the defendant in the case and offers to help prove the woman's innocence) $25.99
Hirahara, Naomi Grave on Grand Avenue (Ellie Rush #2: PBO; At a Los Angeles concert hall, cop Ellie Rush stops for a friendly chat with Eduardo Fuentes. A few minutes later, she finds him lying at the bottom of a staircase. The father of a Chinese classical musician claims Fuentes was knocked down while attempting to steal his son's valuable cello - a story Ellie has trouble believing, especially after the musician disappears) $7.99
Iles, Greg The Bone Tree (Penn Cage #5: Penn learns that the true leader of the Double Eagles is Forrest Knox, chief of the state Criminal Investigations Bureau. To save his father, Penn must either make a devil's bargain with Knox, or destroy him. Then Caitlin uncovers the real story behind a series of unsolved civil rights murders that may hold the key to the Double Eagles' downfall; Signed copies expected) $27.99
Indridason, Arnaldur Reykjavik Nights (Reykjavik Prequel #2: When a tramp Erlendur met regularly on the night shift is found drowned in a ditch, the aspiring detective investigates) $25.99
Jonasson, Jonas The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden (In 2007, the king and the prime minister of Sweden went missing from a banquet. Later it was said that both had fallen ill, but the real story starts with the birth of Nombeko Mayeki in 1961 Soweto. Fated to die early in her poverty-stricken township, Nombeko takes a different path, eventually making her way up to the helm of one of the world's most secret projects. South Africa developed 6 nuclear missiles in the 1980s, then voluntarily dismantled them in 1994. This is the story of the 7th missile, the one that was never supposed to have existed. Nombeko knows too much about it, and now she's on the run from both the South African justice system and the most terrifying secret service in the world, with the fate of the planet in her hands) $15.99
Kelly, Stephen The Language of the Dead (Thomas Lamb #1: 1939: Arriving in a Hampshire village to investigate the murder of an elderly loner, DI Thomas Lamb soon has two more killings to solve. Do the killer's motivations lie in the murky regions of the occult?) $24.95
Klise, James The Art of Secrets (YA; Edgar finalist. When Saba Khan's apartment burns, possibly a hate crime, her high school rallies around her. Then a piece of art, donated to a school fundraiser for the Khans, is revealed to be an unknown work by a famous artist, worth a fortune. Students and teachers alike debate who should get the money, pointing fingers and making startling accusations) $9.95
Leon, Donna Falling in Love (Guido Brunetti #24: Back in Venice to sing at La Fenice, Flavia Petrelli is alarmed by excessive gifts from an anonymous fan. When a young singer who caught Flavia's attention is attacked, Commissario Brunetti must find the obsessive fan before anyone else is harmed; Signed copies expected) $26.00
Mackay, Malcolm The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter (Glasgow #1: Shortlisted for the New Blood and Steel Daggers. It's easy to kill. It's hard to kill well. People who do it well know this. People who do it badly find out the hard way. The hard way has consequences) $15.00
Mackay, Malcolm How a Gunman Says Goodbye (Glasgow #2: Gunman Frank MacLeod was the best at what he does, but with his health failing, how long before he's no longer of use to his employers? An up-and-coming hitman is called in to pick up the pieces. But with Frank's decades of experience, underestimating him could prove deadly) $15.00
Mackay, Malcolm The Sudden Arrival of Violence (Glasgow #3: Hitman Calum MacLean has had enough of killing, and plans an unprecedented escape. The panic over his disappearance may finally give detective Michael Fisher the chance to close the case of a lifetime. But first he must track down a man who has staked his life on staying in the shadows) $15.00
MacLeod, Torquil Meet Me in Malmo (Anita Sundstrom #1: Arriving in Malmo, Sweden, to interview film director Mick Roslyn, journalist Ewan Strachan discovers the corpse of Roslyn's film star wife. And then Inspector Anita Sundstrom arrests Ewan for the murder) $14.95
Marani, Diego God's Dog (Italy is now a theocratic state ruled by the Vatican, and Domingo Salazar, a Dominican monk, is a Vatican secret agent, dedicated to rooting out nonbelievers and heretics. He is assigned the task of tracking down a group of secular terrorists who secretly arrange euthanasia for terminally ill hospital patients) $15.99
Marklund, Liza Borderline (Annika Bengtzon #9: Annika's husband is attending a conference in Nairobi, Kenya. When the entire group of European envoys is abducted, and the kidnappers' unreasonable demands are rejected, they begin to execute the hostages one by one) $16.00
Marshall, Colby Double Vision (Jenna Ramey #2: PBO; Molly has witnessed a mass shooting, and what she knows may be key to finding the perpetrator. FBI profiler Jenna Ramey is tasked with getting information from her, but the little girl has an intense preoccupation with numbers, and Jenna has to learn to communicate with her) $15.00
May, Peter The Lewis Man (Lewis #2: Having left behind his wife and his police career in Edinburgh, Fin Macleod is intent on repairing his relationships on the Isle of Lewis and restoring his parents' derelict cottage. But when a mummified body found in a local peat bog turns out to have an Elvis tattoo, Fin is reluctantly drawn into the murder investigation) $14.99
McDermid, Val (V.L) Northanger Abbey (An updated take on Jane Austen's classic novel about a young woman whose visit to an acquaintance's stately home stirs up her most macabre imaginings) $15.00
McKinlay, Jenn Dark Chocolate Demise (Cupcake Bakery #7: PBO; It's the first annual Scottsdale Old Town Zombie Walk, and Mel and Angie are wearing their best undead attire to sell horror-themed desserts. Unfortunately, Mel just found a real corpse in their prop casket) $7.99
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?) $14.99
Mims, Lee Saving Cecil (Cleo Cooper #3: PBO; Hired to be on-site geologist for a fracking operation on a North Carolina family farm, Cleo stumbles across a dead man with an arrow sticking out of his back, and winds up a suspect) $14.99
Montanari, Richard The Stolen Ones (Byrne & Balzano #7: As Philadelphia detectives Kevin Byrne and Jessica Balzano investigate a string of murders at Priory Park, they're drawn closer and closer to the secrets of the long-closed Cold River hospital, a warehouse for the criminally insane) $15.00
Montane, D/Sarassa, C Dancing on Her Grave (PBO; Nonfiction. The story of the murder of Las Vegas showgirl Debbie Flores) $9.99
Nesbo, Jo Blood on Snow (1970s: Olav works for Oslo's crime kingpin, 'fixing' anyone who causes the man trouble. But it's becoming clear to Olav that the more you know about what your boss is doing, the more your boss might want you 'fixed' yourself - especially if you've fallen in love with his wife) $23.95
Palmer, Matthew The American Mission (After an incident in Darfur, Alex Baines was relegated to a desk job. His former mentor, now US ambassador to the Congo, offers him a new post. When a hostage situation arises, can Alex balance US interests with local ones - and somehow stay alive?) $9.99
Patterson, J/Ledwidge, M Burn (Michael Bennett #7: Back home in NYC, Bennett takes over an Outreach Squad in Harlem. A phone call reporting that well-dressed men are holding a bizarre party in a condemned building is ignored - until a charred body turns up in the building) $16.00
Ross, Ann B. Miss Julia Lays Down the Law (Miss Julia #16: When a snobby newcomer spouts nonstop criticism about Abbotsville, then winds up dead, Miss Julia investigates) $26.95
Ryan, Sofie (Kelly, Sofie) Buy a Whisker (Second Chance Cat #2: PBO; Most of the residents of North Harbor, Maine, are in favor of developing the waterfront, but not baker Lily Carter. When Lily is found murdered, it looks like someone wanted to remove the only obstacle to development. Now, with the help of her cat Elvis and his uncanny ability to detect a lie, Sarah is narrowing down the suspects) $7.99
Schultz, Emily The Blondes (Grad student Hazel Hayes learns she is pregnant at an apocalyptically bad time: random but deadly attacks on passersby, all by blonde women, are terrorizing New Yorkers. Soon it becomes clear that the attacks are symptoms of a strange illness that is transforming blondes into rabid killers) $25.99
Scofield, Ted Eat What You Kill (A young Wall Street analyst, struggling back from disaster, gets an offer. His new job is to short stocks - bet against the market. But when a stock goes up and he finds himself on the brink of ruin once again, another option presents itself: murder. How far will a man go for money and vengeance?) $15.99
Sedgwick, Marcus She Is Not Invisible (YA; Laureth is blind, and remarkably skilled at looking for recurring events, patterns, and numbers. When her father goes missing, clues from his notebook take Laureth and her 7-year-old brother Benjamin to NYC, where surviving will take all her skill at spotting the amazing, shocking, and sometimes dangerous connections in a world full of darkness) $9.99
Smith, Alexander McCall Emma: A Modern Retelling (Emma Woodhouse returns from university to the village of Highbury, where she will live with her father until she is ready to launch her interior-design business and strike out on her own. In the meantime, she will do what she does best: offer guidance to those less wise in the ways of the world than herself) $25.95
Smith, Lachlan Fox Is Framed (Leo Maxwell #3: After a judge orders a new trial for Lawrence Maxwell, a prison snitch turns up dead, and Lawrence is the only suspect. Leo teams up with Nina Schuyler to defend Lawrence against murder charges old and new) $24.00
Thomas, Paul Fallout (Tito Ihaka #5: Demoted to sergeant for insubordination and pigheadedness, Maori cop Tito Ihaka investigates the killing of a teenage girl at an election night party at a ritzy villa near Auckland) $14.95
Van Laerhoven, Bob Baudelaire's Revenge (Paris, 1870: As the Franco-Prussian War roils the city, Commissioner Lefevre investigates a series of murders. The killer leaves lines from Charles Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du Mal on each corpse, written in the poet's exact handwriting. Did Baudelaire rise from the grave? Did he truly die in the first place?) $14.95
Vidal, Gore Thieves Fall Out (Reissue; A down-on-his-luck American is hired to smuggle an ancient relic out of Cairo at a time when revolution is brewing and heads are about to roll) $22.99
Woods, Stuart Hot Pursuit (Stone Barrington #33: Stone takes a trip to Europe with a gorgeous pilot, but trailing them is his new lady love's unstable, criminal ex-boyfriend) $27.95

EXPECTED EARLY MAY

Ace, Cathy The Corpse with the Sapphire Eyes (Cait Morgan #5: It's Cait and Bud's wedding weekend, but the rain won't quit, the supposedly romantic Welsh castle feels creepy, and there's a dead body on the stairs) $14.95
Andrews, Donna The Good, the Bad, and the Emus (Meg Langslow #17: Lefty Award finalist. 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) $7.99
Baldacci, David (ed) FaceOff (Anthology. 11 original stories in which 23 of the world's top thriller writers pair their series characters) $7.99
Barrett, Lorna Book Clubbed (Booktown #8: When a Chamber of Commerce receptionist is crushed by a falling bookcase, volumes of secrets are revealed - one of which may have been a motive for murder) $7.99
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) $16.95
Best, G.M. The Barchester Murders (When an old man is murdered at a Salisbury almshouse, it soon becomes clear to Anthony Trollope that the killing is linked to a long-hidden secret about Warden Reverend Septimus Harding) $13.95
Blake, Heather Some Like It Witchy (Wishcraft #5: PBO; When the old Tavistock House goes up for sale, Darcy can't shake the feeling something bad is about to happen. Before long, the real estate agent is dead. To track down the killer, Darcy must unlock the secrets of the deceased and of the estate) $7.99
Blakemore, Megan Frazer The Spy Catchers of Maple Hill (Kids; 1950s: Young Hazel Kaplansky is a firm believer in the pursuit of knowledge and truth, and she also loves a good mystery. When suspicions swirl that a Russian spy has infiltrated Maple Hill, Vermont, Hazel knows it's up to her to find a suspect) $7.99
Block, Lawrence (ed) Dark City Lights: New York Stories (Anthology. Short stories set in New York by both new and acclaimed writers, including several mystery writers) $18.95
Bolin, Janet Seven Threadly Sins (Threadville #5: PBO; After agreeing to model for a charity runway show at the Threadville Academy of Design and Modeling, Willow ends up a murder suspect when the academy's nasty director winds up dead) $7.99
Bowen, Peter Bitter Creek (Gabriel Du Pre #14: A visit to a medicine man's sweat lodge sets Gabriel De Pre on the trail of an unsolved case: the disappearance of a band of Metis who were last seen fleeing from General Black Jack Pershing's troops in 1910) $16.99
Box, C.J. Shots Fired (Collection. 10 suspense stories set in Wyoming, including 4 Joe Pickett stories) $9.99
Bude, John The Sussex Downs Murder (William Meredith #2: Reissue; First published in 1936. Brothers John and William Rother live together at Chalklands Farm. Then John Rother disappears and his abandoned car is found. Has he been kidnapped? Or is his disappearance connected to his growing rather too friendly with his brother's wife? Superintendent Meredith investigates) $12.95
Bullard, Lisa Turn Left at the Cow (Kids; 13-year-old Trav heads for his grandmother's house in rural Minnesota, hoping to learn about his dad. It turns out his dad was involved in a bank robbery right before he disappeared, and the loot was never recovered. Trav embarks on a search for the cash, but someone dangerous is also looking for the money) $6.99
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) $9.99
Burton, Mary Be Afraid (PBO; Detective Rick Morgan needs forensic artist Jenna Thompson's expertise in identifying the skeletal remains of a young child. The case jogs hazy half-buried memories, and a nagging dread that an ordeal from Jenna's childhood hasn't ended) $7.99
Canadeo, Anne The Postman Always Purls Twice (Black Sheep #7: PBO; When Maggie's shop is hired as a set by a Hollywood film crew, accidents and menacing coincidences abound. When a killer strikes, the Black Sheep Knitters are determined to unmask the villain) $15.00
Carlisle, Kate The Book Stops Here (Bibliophile #8: After Brooklyn appraises a valuable rare book on a hit TV show, a man storms onto the set, claiming that the owner of the book found it at his garage sale - and he wants it back, or else. When the owner turns up dead, Brooklyn sets out to find the killer) $7.99
Child, Lee Personal (Jack Reacher #18: John Kott, a US sniper gone bad, is out after 15 years in prison. A shot taken at the French president makes it likely that Kott is drawing a bead on a G-8 summit packed with world leaders. If anyone can stop Kott, it's the man who stopped him before: Reacher) $9.99
Childs, Laura Ming Tea Murder (Tea Shop #16: At the gala opening for the Gibbes Museum's exhibit of a genuine 18th century Chinese teahouse, a museum donor is found dead and Max becomes a suspect, To clear her boyfriend's name, Theodosia looks into the philanthropist's life to find out who really wanted him to pay up) $25.95
Clarke, Richard A. Sting of the Drone (In Washington, DC, the Kill Committee gathers to select the next targets for the US drone program. And on the other side of the world, someone has decided to fight back against the Americans at home who control the drones) $9.99
Cleeves, Ann Thin Air (Shetland #6: When a London visitor disappears and her body turns up in a small loch, detectives Jimmy Perez and Willow Reeves are dispatched to investigate. The dead woman claimed to have seen the ghost of a local child who drowned in the 1920s. Is there a secret behind that myth, one someone would kill to protect?) $25.99
Coco, Nancy Oh Say Can You Fudge (Candy-Coated #3: PBO; Allie is supplying the treats for the Fourth of July celebration, and has hired Rodney Rivers to create an unforgettable fireworks spectacle. When she finds him dead, and the entire pyrotechnics warehouse goes up in smoke, can Allie and her bichonpoo Mal catch the killer?) $7.99
Connelly, Michael The Overlook (Harry Bosch #13: Reissue; In his first case for the prestigious Homicide Special squad, Harry Bosch is called out to investigate a murder that may have chilling consequences for national security) $10.00
Conrad, Hy Mr. Monk and the New Lieutenant (Monk #19: When a judge's death turns out to be murder by poison, and Capt. Stottelmeyer begins showing the same symptoms, Monk will have to put aside his dislike of Lt. Cartledge to crack the case) $7.99
Cornwell, Bernard Waterloo: The History of Four Days, Three Armies, and Three Battles (Nonfiction. From Napoleon's daring escape from Elba to the smoke and gore of the three battlefields and their aftermath, Cornwell combines his storytelling skills with meticulous research. Includes more than 200 maps, photos, and paintings depicting the battle and its major players) $35.00
Cosimano, Elle Nearly Gone (YA; Edgar finalist. When a serial killer goes on a killing spree and starts attacking students, leaving cryptic ads in the newspaper, Nearly Boswell might be the one person who can put all the clues together. And if she doesn't figure it out soon - she'll be the next victim) $9.99
de los Santos/Teague Saving Lucas Biggs (Kids; 13-year-old Margaret's father is innocent, but that doesn't stop cruel Judge Biggs from sentencing him to death. Using her family's ability to time travel, Margaret goes back to a time when Judge Biggs was a young boy, and tries to prevent the chain of events that transformed him into a corrupt, jaded man) $6.99
Dennison, Hannah Murder at Honeychurch Hall (Honeychurch Hall #1: Kat Stanford is surprised when her mother Iris unexpectedly purchases a carriage house near Honeychurch Hall - and even more surprised to learn that Iris has been penning popular romance novels. The gentry and servants at the Hall regard the newcomers with suspicion. When the nanny goes missing, the housekeeper ends up dead, and Iris is accused of murder, Kat realizes she hardly knows her mother at all, and wonders if she is indeed guilty) $15.99
Donally, Claire Hiss and Tell (Sunny & Shadow #4: PBO; Sunny is assigned to cover a society wedding at a seaside estate, but winds up photographing men pulling a dead body out of the water. The accidental death story seems fishy, and Sunny is determined to get a scoop on the killer) $7.99
Dubosarsky, Ursula The Golden Day (YA; 1960s: When their teacher abruptly vanishes on a field trip, 11 schoolgirls grapple with the aftermath. Who was the poet they met in the garden? What actually happened in the seaside cave? And most important - who can they tell about it?) $7.99
Dunn, Matthew Dark Spies (Will Cochrane #4: When intelligence agent Will Cochrane encounters a Russian spymaster everyone believes is dead, he is thrust into a deadly game set in motion by powerful players in the US intelligence community) $9.99
Edwards, Martin The Golden Age of Murder (A look at how the Detection Club, a social group for British crime writers, transformed crime fiction in the 1930s) $25.99
Fantaskey, Beth Buzz Kill (YA; When her school's widely disliked football coach is murdered, 17-year-old Millie is determined to investigate. Drama - and bodies - pile up around Millie as she chases clues) $8.99
Fluke, Joanne Fatal Identity (Reissue; Movie star Mercedes Calder is dead, and her identical twin is about to embark on a cunning and risky deception. But when Marcie takes over her dead sister's life, little does she realize that a deranged psychopath is watching her every move, waiting for his chance to kill her again) $7.99
Ford, G.M. Threshold (When a city councilman reports that his wife and daughters have disappeared, sergeant Mickey Dolan is assigned the case. Eve Pressman and her daughter may know where the councilman's family is, and what sent them into hiding. Dolan faces the toughest choice of his career: is he still a good cop if he has to do the wrong thing?) $15.95
Fox, Mae/Lillard, Amy Pattern of Betrayal (Vineyard Quilt #2: PBO; Julie Ellis is delighted to be hosting the Quilt Haus Inn's first quilting murder mystery weekend - until the lights cut out, someone goes off script, and a real corpse takes center stage) $7.99
Goldenbaum, Sally Murder in Merino (Seaside Knitters #8: Newcomer Julia Ainsley wants to buy Izzy's cottage, even though she hasn't set foot inside it. When a body is uncovered in the back yard, and the police find Julia's name and phone number in the victim's pocket, can the Seaside Knitters untangle the case?) $15.00
Goldenbaum, Sally A Finely Knit Murder (Seaside Knitters #9: The Seaside Knitters are teaching at the local school as part of the enrichment program, and decide to do some sleuthing when an outspoken school board member is found dead) $24.95
Guard, Richard Lost London: An A-Z of Forgotten Landmarks and Lost Traditions (A journey through London's past, told through buildings, parks, and places that no longer exist: the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, the Palace of Whitehall, bull rings, ice fairs, plague pits, molly houses, and more) $12.95
Gunn, Elizabeth Noontime Follies (Jake Hines #10: Rutherford, MN, has attracted several New Science businesses to town. Now there have been over a dozen office break-ins in the last few days, although nothing seems to have been stolen. When a lead scientist is found dead at his desk, Jake Hines and his team investigate) $27.95
Haldane, Sean The Devil's Making (Arthur Ellis Award winner. Victoria, BC, 1869: Policeman Chad Hobbes investigates the murder of Dr. McCrory, an American alienist whose methods included phrenology, Mesmerism, and sexual-mystical magnetation, and discovers that everyone who knew the man seems to have something to hide) $25.99
Hancocks, Helen William & the Missing Masterpiece (Full color picture book. Debonair detective cat William finds himself at the center of a mysterious theft when the Mona Cheesa is stolen from a Parisian gallery) $16.99
Hart, Carolyn Death at the Door (Death on Demand #24: When a beloved doctor is shot to death, an apparent suicide, and a woman is bludgeoned to death with her husband's sculpting mallet, the police consider both cases as good as closed. The doctor's sister turns to Annie and Max for help) $7.99
Hart, Carolyn Don't Go Home (Death on Demand #25: Annie is hosting a party to celebrate former local Alex Griffith's new novel. Word leaks out that Griffith aims to reveal the real-life inspirations behind his characters. When the writer ends up dead, there's an array of suspects to match the book's cast of characters) $25.95
Hillerman, Anne Rock with Wings (Manuelito & Chee #2: While Jim follows clues leading to a missing woman, a cold-blooded thug, and a mysterious mound that could be a grave site, Bernie has her hands full managing the fallout from a drug bust gone wrong) $27.99
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) $16.00
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) $16.95
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) $9.99
Johnson, Varian The Great Greene Heist (Kids; When school bully Keith Sinclair announces he's running for Student Council president, Jackson Greene assembles a crack team. Together they devise a plan that will take down Keith and make sure the election is done right. If they can pull it off, it will be remembered as the school's greatest con ever) $6.99
Kerr, Philip Prayer (Prey to ever-growing doubts about the system and his part in it, FBI domestic terrorism agent Gil Martins offers up a prayer. Then a serial killer terrorizing the morally righteous turns out to have religious motivations, and several prominent secular icons are injured or die under suspicious circumstances. As Gil investigates both cases, he wonders if his prayer is being answered in a most terrifying way) $16.00
Kingston, Charles Murder in Picadilly (Reissue; First published in 1936. When a man is killed with a dagger to the heart in the midst of a London crowd, Chief Inspector Wake must deal with a tangled web of love affairs and the cynical Soho underworld to uncover the motive for murder) $12.95
Krosoczka, Jarrett J. Last Panda Standing (Platypus Police Squad #3: Kids; The Kalamazoo City mayoral race is heating up and a candidate who has been threatened requests a special protection detail: detective Rick Zengo. Can Zengo get to the bottom of the attacks without his partner to back him up?) $12.99
Lawrence, Mary The Alchemist's Daughter (Bianca Goddard #1: PBO; Bianca Goddard concocts herbal remedies for the poor of Southwark. When a friend dies after using one, Bianca suspects the woman was poisoned before coming to her, but the local constable is unconvinced. To clear her name, Bianca must use her knowledge of the healing arts to deduce how and by whom her friend was murdered) $15.00
Lemaitre, Pierre Camille (Camille Verhoeven #3: When the woman he is seeing is violently attacked, Verhoeven investigates while keeping their relationship secret, and uncovers shocking connections between her, the attackers, his colleagues, his wife's murderer, and himself) $24.99
Locke, Hillary Bell Collar Robber (Pittsburgh lawyer Cynthia Jakubek and insurance loss prevention specialist Jay Davidovich work together on a case of art theft) $14.95
Macdonald, Ross Four Novels of the 1950s (Lew Archer #3 / #6 / #7 / #8: Omnibus reprint. 4 novels featuring the iconic Los Angeles PI) $37.50
Maxwell, Edith 'Til Dirt Do Us Part (Local Foods #2: Irene Burr made enemies with her plan to convert the Old Town Hall into a textile museum - enough to fill a list of suspects when she turns up dead. Organic farmer Cam Flaherty is sure that one of the locavores decided to settle a score with Irene. But which one?) $7.99
McDermott, Andy Kingdom of Darkness (Wilde & Chase #10: Can Nina, Eddie, and a team of Mossad agents locate a spring of water said to give eternal life before a Nazi group finds it?) $9.99
McNamara, Frances Death at Chinatown (Emily Cabot #5: 1896: Amateur sleuth Emily Cabot becomes involved in a murder investigation when a herbalist is poisoned in Chicago's Chinatown) $15.99
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) $8.00
O'Neil, Carlene One Foot in the Grape (Cypress Cove #1: PBO; Antonia Martinelli has a barrel full of problems - someone is spoiling her wine - and turns to Penny Lively, a photojournalist turned vintner, for help. Penny's search for answers turns sour when a staff member's body is found in a grape crusher and her niece Hayley becomes a suspect) $7.99
Olsen, G/Morris, R If I Can't Have You (Nonfiction. The story of the disappearance of Susan Powell and the murder of her sons) $7.99
Oppel, Kenneth The Boundless (Kids; The greatest train ever built is on its maiden voyage across Canada. When teenaged Will ends up in possession of the key to a train car containing priceless treasures, he becomes the target of sinister figures from his past. To survive, he hides among a traveling circus, enlisting the aid of ringmaster Mr. Dorian and escape artist Maren. Can Will and Maren reach Will's father and save the train before someone winds up dead?) $7.99
Palmer, Daniel Desperate (When Gage and Anna meet Lily, a pregnant, homeless teenager, she agrees to give the couple her baby in return for financial support. But something isn't right - Gage finds himself being sabotaged at home and at work, and his attempts to uncover the truth only seem to make his life unravel faster) $9.99
Palmer, Michael Resistant (A deadly microbial invader is immune to any known antibiotic - and now the government scientist tasked with finding a cure has been kidnapped) $9.99
Parker, R/Atkins, A Cheap Shot (Spenser #43: A pro football player's agent hires Spenser to find the men he claims have been harassing his client. When the player's son is kidnapped, it will take both Hawk and Sixkill to watch Spenser's back and get the child home safely) $9.99
Parra, Nancy J. Flourless to Stop Him (Baker's Treat #3: PBO; When a man turns up dead at a local inn, in a room registered to her brother, Toni is determined to find out who set him up. She's going to get some unwanted assistance from former investigative journalist Grandma Ruth) $7.99
Patterson, J/Paetro, M 14th Deadly Sin (Women's Murder Club #14: With San Francisco under siege and everyone a suspect, the Women's Murder Club must risk their lives to save the city and each other) $28.00
Pearl, Matthew The Last Bookaneer (In the 19th century, when US copyright laws did not protect foreign authors, US publishers reaped enormous profits selling books without compensating the authors. With a new international treaty about to put an end to this windfall, a pair of literary pirates set out for the island of Samoa to get their hands on Robert Louis Stevenson's final manuscript) $27.95
Quinn, Spencer Woof (Bowser & Birdie #1: Kids; When her grammy's stuffed prize marlin is stolen, and a rumor springs up that it's linked to a missing treasure, young Birdie and her dog Bowser start digging into the mystery. And when danger comes straight for Birdie, Bowser knows it's up to him to sic 'em) $16.99
Reilly, Linda Fillet of Murder (PBO; Talia is happy to help her friend Bea by working at Lambert's Fish & Chips. When Bea is suspected of murdering a fellow shop owner, Talia must fish for clues before her friend ends up serving time) $7.99
Ross, Barbara Musseled Out (Maine Clambake #3: PBO; An upscale seafood restaurateur is sniffing around Busman's Harbor for a new location. When he's found sleeping with the fishes, the police suspect Julia's brother-in-law Sonny. Julia believes he's innocent, but proving it won't be easy) $7.99
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) $10.99
Sandford, John Gathering Prey (Lucas Davenport #25: The Travelers move from city to city, panhandling, committing no crimes. Davenport's daughter Letty has befriended one, and when the woman calls, to say she's hiding out in North Dakota, and that someone is killing her friends, Lucas volunteers to go with Letty to get her) $28.95
Scarrow, Simon The Zealot (original title: Eagle in the Sand) (Macro & Cato #7: Reissue; Trouble is brewing in Syria, on the eastern frontier of the Roman Empire, and the troops are in a deplorable state. Centurions Macro and Cato are dispatched to stamp out corruption in the cohort and restore it to fighting fitness. But another challenge faces them as a local tribesman calls for violent opposition to Rome) $16.95
Simenon, Georges The Shadow Puppet (alternate titles: The Shadow in the Courtyard / Maigret Mystified) (Maigret #12: Maigret finds a man shot dead in front of a ransacked safe; suspects include a vengeful ex-wife and a son deep in debt) $11.00
Simmons, Dan Hard Freeze (Joe Kurtz #2: Reissue; Back on the streets of Buffalo, Joe Kurtz has been hired by John Frears, who wants one thing before he dies: to find the fiend who killed his daughter. But the calculating killer has a little unfinished business of his own) $16.00
Taylor, Patrick Now and In the Hour of Our Death (Davy McCutcheon #2: 1983: Despite himself, former IRA bomb maker 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) $14.99
Thomas, Will Fatal Enquiry (Barker & Llewelyn #6: Victorian London: Believing they need his help, the British government has granted aristocratic sociopath Sebastian Nightwine immunity for his past crimes. When private enquiry agent Cyrus Barker and his assistant Thomas Llewelyn set out to uncover and thwart Nightwine's real plans, they find themselves in the gravest danger of their lives) $15.99
Thompson, Victoria Murder in Murray Hill (Gaslight #16: 1890s NYC: Cop Frank Malloy is assigned to find a missing young woman who had been responding to 'lonely hearts' ads in the newspaper. Her father suspects she has eloped with a stranger, but Malloy knows those who place such ads often do much worse to their victims) $7.99
Thompson, Victoria Murder on Amsterdam Avenue (Gaslight #17: Charles Fairfax has died unexpectedly, but his father believes Charles was poisoned, and would like Sarah and Frank to look into the matter with the utmost discretion. They soon learn that not everyone wants to know more about Fairfax's death, particularly if he was murdered, and find themselves unraveling secrets that reach back to the War Between the States) $25.95
Thurlo, Aimee & David Grave Consequences (Charlie Henry #2: Pawnshop owner Charlie Henry must uncover the secrets of a silver and turquoise Navajo necklace with a mysterious history) $25.99
Tiraboschi, Roberto Venetia (12th century Venice: Edgardo is a cleric and professional copyist whose eyesight has begun to waver. He has heard stories of a stone that can restore one's sight, and after much searching, he meets a man who offers to lead him to the makers of the stone, if Edgardo agrees to steal a secret Arabic scientific text from the abbey where he lodges. A series of horrific crimes follows, and Edgardo realizes there is much more at stake that his faltering eyesight) $16.00
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) $14.99
Turnage, Sheila The Ghosts of Tupelo Landing (Desperado Detective Agency #2: Kids; When Miss Lana accidentally buys a haunted inn at the Tupelo Landing town auction, Mo and Dale set out to solve the mystery of the ghost's identity) $7.99
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) $10.00
Viets, Elaine Catnapped! (Dead-End Job #13: The one thing Trish Barrymore and her husband Mort can agree on in their bitter divorce is shared cat custody. When Mort is found brained by a cat tower, and their pedigreed show cat goes missing, Trish calls on Helen and Phil. Can they find the feline filcher and save Trish from a murder rap?) $7.99
Viets, Elaine Checked Out (Dead-End Job #14: A woman hires Helen to find a valuable watercolor that she suspects was tucked inside one of her father's books that were donated to the library. As a library volunteer, Helen discovers that the director has a catalog of complaints, from a mischievous calico cat to various items gone missing - and then a dead body turns up in the parking lot) $24.95
Walker, Martin The Children Return (UK title: Children of War) (Bruno #7: Sami, an autistic young man assumed lost to Islamic extremism, returns home to St. Denis. Abducted to Afghanistan and exploited for his technological genius, Sami also used his skills to gather a trove of al-Qaeda intel. Now domestic jihadists aim to silence Sami, even as an international tribunal descends to process Sami's case) $24.95

EXPECTED MID-MAY

Abbott, Megan The Fever (When a mysterious illness strikes a small town, as hysteria and contagion spread, tightly held secrets emerge, threatening to unravel friendships and families) $15.00
Alaux, JP/Balen, N Mayhem in Margaux (Winemaker Detective #6: A tragic car accident draws Benjamin Cooker and his assistant Virgile into a case where the stakes are very personal) $12.95
Baldwin, Kathleen A School for Unusual Girls (YA; 1814: After accidentally setting her father's stables on fire while performing a scientific experiment, Miss Georgiana Fitzwilliam is sent to Stranje House. Her parents expect her to be reformed into a proper young lady, but headmistress Emma Stranje is preparing her students for the dangerous world of spies, diplomacy, and war) $17.99
Bolton, S.J. (Sharon) Little Black Lies (The Falkland Islands are a small community. A missing child is unheard of. When another goes missing, and then a third, the villagers must admit there's a killer among them. And three islanders are hiding terrible secrets) $25.99
Brookmyre, Christopher Bred in the Bone (McLeod & Sharp #3: Catherine McLeod has one Glaswegian gangster in the morgue and another in the cells for killing him, but a symbol daubed on the victim's head tells her this case is far more dangerous than it appears on the surface. And PI Jasmine Sharp learns that the man who killed her father has been arrested for murdering a criminal acquaintance of her mother) $14.00
Carter, Stephen L. Back Channel (1962: As the Cuban missile crisis unfolds, circumstances lead 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) $16.00
Child, Lincoln The Forgotten Room (Jeremy Logan #4: Jeremy Logan specializes in analyzing phenomena that have no obvious explanation. Hired by a think tank to discreetly investigate what drove one of their members to madness, Logan uncovers a hidden room at their sprawling headquarters, apparently untouched for decades, that points to a top secret project long thought destroyed) $26.00
Corby, Gary Death ex Machina (Nicolaos #5: It's the time of the Great Dionysia, but there's a problem: a ghost is haunting the grand theater in Athens. Hired to get rid of the ghost so the festival can begin, Nicolaos and Diotima secretly suspect that a human saboteur is the actual culprit) $26.95
Cotterill, Colin Six and a Half Deadly Sins (Dr. Siri #10: Laos, 1979: Dr. Siri receives an unmarked package containing a colorful traditional skirt - with a severed human finger stitched into the lining. He's convinced someone is trying to send him a message, and won't let the matter rest until he's figured it out) $26.95
Deaver, Jeffery Solitude Creek (Kathryn Dance #4: When a false report of fire at a concert venue leads to panic and a stampede, resulting in deaths and injuries, Kathryn Dance and her team must track down the perpetrator, a man obsessed with turning people's own fears and greed into weapons, who has more attacks planned) $28.00
Douglas, Stuart The Albino's Treasure (Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: When anarchists slash a painting of the Prime Minister at the National Portrait Gallery and suggest that the man himself could be next, Scotland Yard calls in Sherlock Holmes) $9.95
Dunn, Carola Heirs of the Body (Daisy Dalrymple #21: 1920s: The search for the heir apparent to the Dalrymple title turns up four claimants, and Daisy has been asked to represent the family as the lawyer interviews them. When one of them goes missing, Daisy and Alec must uncover a conspiracy and prevent a murder) $15.99
Eriksson, Kjell Black Lies, Red Blood (Ann Lindell #9: When journalist Anders Brant disappears and a homeless man's body is found with Brant's phone number in his pocket, police officer Ann Lindell races to find her former beau and clear his name) $14.99
Estleman, Loren D. Detroit Is Our Beat (Collection. In WWII Detroit, the cops of the Racket Squad do battle with draft-dodging troublemakers, black marketeers, enemy saboteurs, and more in these hardboiled stories) $16.99
Estleman, Loren D. The Long High Noon (Old West cowboys Randy Locke and Frank Farmer have spent decades attempting to kill each other any time they are within shooting distance. Their feud is famous. Now a promoter has a suggestion. Why not publicize their next duel and sell tickets to the event? Winner take all, in more ways than one) $24.99
Faye, Lyndsay The Fatal Flame (Timothy Wilde #3: 1840s NYC: When an arsonist with an agenda threatens corrupt and powerful alderman Robert Symmes, Timothy Wylde isn't thrilled to be put on the case. His reservations escalate when his brother Valentine announces he'll be running against Symmes in the upcoming election) $26.95
Finch, Paul The Killing Club (Heck Heckenburg #2: Heck's most dangerous case is open again. Two years ago, countless victims were killed by Britain's most terrifying gang. And now the gang is at it again, all across the country) $14.99
Flower, Amanda The Final Reveille (Living History Museum #1: PBO; Kelsey loves being director of a living history museum in Ohio. When a wealthy sponsor's nephew threatens to cut the museum's funding, then turns up dead, Kelsey becomes prime suspect, and sets out to clear her name) $14.99
Flynn, Rory Third Rail (Eddy Harkness #1: Eddy was a rising star of the Boston PD until he was scapegoated for a death. Now he empties meters and struggles to clear his name. When he uncovers a dangerous new smart drug, he begins a high-stakes investigation that leads to the highest levels of Boston's power base) $14.95
Grecian, Alex The Harvest Man (Murder Squad #4: Victorian London faces a new killer, who carves his victim's faces off their skulls, and Inspector Walter Day is assigned the case. Nevil Hammersmith, whose rash actions have put him off the force, has enlisted the help of a criminal network to stop Saucy Jack, but his methods are carrying him further away from the ideals of the Yard. Of course, the Ripper's been playing a game with him, and with Day as well, pushing them to their limits to see what happens when they get there) $26.95
Griffin, Neal Benefit of the Doubt (Ben Sawyer was a big city cop, until he nearly killed a suspect. Now a detective in the Wisconsin town where he and his wife grew up, Ben suspects that higher-ups are taking payoffs from local drug lords. Before long, Ben is off the force, his wife is accused of murder, and his only ally is a Latina rookie cop) $25.99
Griffiths, Elly The Ghost Fields (Galloway & Nelson #7: The discovery of a downed WWII plane with a body inside leads forensic archaeologist Ruth Galloway and DCI Harry Nelson to the secrets of the wealthy Blackstock family) $25.00
Herron, Mick Why We Die (Oxford #3: Reissue; When Zoe Boehm agrees to track down the the men who robbed a jewelry shop, she's hoping to pay off the taxes she's avoided. She's not expecting to wind up in a coffin) $14.95
Hunter, Stephen I, Ripper (Jack the Ripper's personal story is entwined with that of an Irish journalist who covered the case, knew the principals, charted the investigation, and, at last, stymied, went off in a bold new direction. These two men stalk each other through a city twisted with fear) $27.99
Johnson, Craig Any Other Name (Walt Longmire #10: Gerald Holman is dead, and Lucian wants to know what drove his old friend to take his own life. Sheriff Walt Longmire learns that the by-the-book detective for the neighboring county might have suppressed evidence concerning three missing women, and uncovers an incriminating secret so dark that it may claim other lives) $16.00
Johnson, Craig Dry Bones (Walt Longmire #11: After the largest, most complete fossil of a Tyrannosaurus rex ever found is discovered in Absaroka County, the Cheyenne rancher who claims it is found face down in a turtle pond. As a number of parties dispute the ownership of the priceless remains, sheriff Walt Longmire recruits Vic Moretti, Henry Standing Bear, and Dog to investigate a 66-million-year-old cold case that's heating up fast) $27.95
Johnston, Linda O. Bite the Biscuit (Barkery & Biscuits #1: PBO; When Carrie opens the Barkery, a shop to make and sell healthy dog treats, a competitor insists she'll find a way to shut Carrie down. When the woman turns up dead with a Barkery biscuit beside her, Carrie must prove she didn't do it) $14.99
Jones, Rob Lloyd Wild Boy (Kids; Victorian London: Covered in hair from head to toe, Wild Boy is turned into a sideshow freak by an unscrupulous showman. When a murder occurs at the fair, and Wild Boy is accused, can he use his powers of deduction to save himself?) $8.99
Kiely, Tracy Murder with a Twist (Nic & Nigel #1: PBO; When a cousin's gold-digging cad of a husband goes missing, Nigel's condescending aunt begs ex-detective Nic to find the sleazy guy - despite the fact that it would be better for everyone if he just stayed lost) $14.99
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) $16.00
Lackberg, Camilla The Hidden Child (Patrik Hedstrom #5: Erica Falck searches for answers about her family's World War II activities; when a man who refused to answer her questions meets a violent death soon after, detective Patrik Hedstrom is drawn into the murder investigation. Who would kill to bury secrets so old?) $15.95
Latham, Jennifer Scarlett Undercover (YA; Scarlett, a young Muslim-American PI, discovers her own family secrets may have something to do with her latest case, and finds herself caught up in a battle with evil jinn and ancient curses) $18.00
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) $16.00
McPherson, Catriona Come to Harm (PBO; Japanese exchange student Keiko Nishisato has never met friendlier people than the folks in Painchton, Scotland. But a lot of young women seem to leave this little town - and as Keiko discovers more, she can't tell where her fears end and the real nightmare begins) $14.99
Melander, Jakob The House That Jack Built (Lars Winkler #1: Someone is murdering prostitutes, preserving the bodies, and removing the eyes with surgical precision; Copenhagen DI Lars Winkler is in charge of the case) $15.95
Mina, Denise The Red Road (Alex Morrow #4: Police detective Alex Morrow is serving as a witness in an arms dealer's trial, where the case hinges on his fingerprints found on the guns he sells. When the investigation leads to a privileged Scottish lawyer who's expecting to be assassinated after a money laundering scheme goes bad, and a woman who's spying on the people who put her in jail, Morrow has her hands full) $15.00
Mosley, Walter And Sometimes I Wonder About You (Leonid McGill #5: After a break-in at his office and the murder of a man who tried to hire him, New York City PI Leonid McGill gets reeled into the underbelly of a wealthy old-money family) $26.95
Page, Katherine Hall The Body in the Birches (Faith Fairchild #21: The housekeeper at The Birches seems to have succumbed to a heart attack, but with a family gathering to determine who will inherit the valuable property, it's only a matter of time before trouble arises) $24.99
Parker, R/Atkins, A Kickback (Spenser #44: Judge Joe Scali is leading a 'zero tolerance for minors' movement. But a woman whose son is doing time for setting up a prank Twitter account isn't buying Scali's line. She hires Spenser to find the truth behind the draconian sentencing) $26.95
Patterson, James Hope to Die (Alex Cross #22: Detective Alex Cross is being stalked by a psychotic genius. To save the most important people in his life, he must give the madman what he wants) $16.00
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) $16.00
Runcie, James Sidney Chambers and the Forgiveness of Sins (Grantchester #4: Collection. In these 6 stories, full-time priest and part-time detective Canon Sidney Chambers continues his sleuthing adventures in 1960s Cambridge) $18.00
Salvalaggio, Karin Burnt River (Macy Greeley #2: Detective Macy Greeley heads to a ranching community in northern Montana to investigate the murder of a soldier just back from Afghanistan. There's no obvious motive, but the dead man's friends and sister are keeping secrets) $25.99
Stevenson, Steve The Kenyan Expedition (Agatha Mistery #8: PBO; Kids; When a rare white giraffe, worshipped by the Masai tribe, disappears from the African savanna, Agatha and her cousin Dash head there to help solve the mystery) $5.99
Thomas, Will Anatomy of Evil (Barker & Llewelyn #7: 1888: With a series of murders in Whitechapel turning London upside down, the head of Scotland Yard's CID asks for Barker and Llewellyn's help. Can they hunt down Jack the Ripper?) $25.99
Tucker, Neely The Ways of the Dead (Sully Carter #1: When a powerful Washington, DC, judge's daughter is found dead, three black kids are arrested for her murder, but reporter Sully Carter suspects there's more to the case) $16.00
Wright, Erica The Red Chameleon (Kathleen Stone's ability to blend in makes her a great PI, but when a cheating spouse she is tailing ends up dead, she fears that someone from her past has seen through her disguises.) $14.95


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