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Newsletter #113 March May, 2016



Mystery Scene #142 (Women crime writers of the 1940s and 1950s; gifts for mystery lovers; Foyle's War; reviews; more) $7.50
Bentley, Phyllis Chain of Witnesses: The Cases of Miss Phipps (Lost Classics Volume 36. Collection. 16 mystery stories featuring sleuthing mystery novelist Miss Phipps) $19.00
Berkeley, Anthony The Avenging Chance and Other Mysteries from Roger Sheringham's Casebook (Collection. 9 mystery stories (one recently discovered) featuring Roger Sheringham and Chief Inspector Moresby) $19.00
Brady, Jacklyn The Cakes of Monte Cristo (Piece of Cake #6: PBO; Pastry chef Rita Lucero finds an ornate ruby necklace hidden under the staircase at her shop. She doesn't believe the rumor that the necklace is cursed - until the gem's appraiser suddenly drops dead, and Rita finds herself targeted by a menacing stranger) $7.99
Chapman, Brenda Butterfly Kills (Stonechild & Rouleau #2: PBO; Jacques Rouleau is now heading up CID in Kingston. When Kala Stonechild shows up, he enlists her help to investigate a pair of seemingly unrelated crimes that turn out to have unsettling connections) $14.99
Child, Lincoln Lethal Velocity (original title: Utopia) (Reissue; Ruthless criminals have infiltrated a cutting-edge theme park and its computer systems. If their demands are met, park visitors won't be harmed; if not, bloodbath. Can the brilliant engineer who designed much of the park find a way to save thousands of innocent lives?) $9.99
Daly, Elizabeth Death and Letters (Henry Gamadge #15: Reissue; Gentleman sleuth Henry Gamadge is summoned to a secluded estate by means of a crossword puzzle - the only means of communication for a widow being held captive by her relatives - to investigate her husband's suspicious death) $14.95
Dams, Jeanne M. The Gentle Art of Murder (Dorothy Martin #16: A drinks party at the University art department turns sour when a corpse is found at the bottom of the lift shaft. Dorothy and her husband Alan put their local knowledge and sleuthing skills to good use in the ensuing investigation) $17.95
Elkins, Aaron Switcheroo (Gideon Oliver #18: PBO; A cold case from the 1960s draws forensic anthropologist Gideon Oliver to the Channel Islands to uncover the connection between two men who died there on the same night. No one expected his investigation to turn up fresh bodies) $15.95
Ellis, Kate Walking by Night (Joe Plantagenet #5: After a drunk teen stumbles across a dead body in a ruined abbey, she claims to have seen a mysterious nun-like figure watching her from the shadows. When a local woman is reported missing, Joe finds himself caught up in a complex investigation involving a production of The Devils at the local playhouse) $17.95
Fowler, Christopher Bryant & May and the Bleeding Heart (Bryant & May Peculiar Crimes Unit #11: A teenager sees a dead man rise from his grave, then is killed in a hit-and-run. Seven ravens housed in the Tower of London vanish without a trace - and legend has it that when the ravens leave, the city will fall. London's wiliest and oldest detectives, Arthur Bryant and John May of the Peculiar Crimes Unit, must figure out how these seemingly unrelated mysteries fit together) $18.99
Gordon-Smith, Dolores After the Exhibition (Jack Haldean #8: Jack Haldean expected an exhibition of church art by an old-fashioned firm to be a sedate affair - not associated with mystery, violence, and sudden death!) $17.95
Grant, Maxwell Mardi Gras Mystery / City of Fear (Shadow #99: Pulp reprints) $14.95
Grant, Maxwell The Death Triangle / The Crimson Death / The Seven Deadly Arts (Shadow #100: Pulp reprints) $15.95
Grant, Maxwell Gangdom's Doom / The Golden Grotto (Shadow #101: Pulp reprints) $15.95
Greenwood, Kerry Cocaine Blues (TV tie-in edition) (Phryne Fisher #1: Reissue; Bored with London society, Phryne returns to her birthplace of Melbourne, Australia, to try her hand at being a private investigator. She soon finds herself embroiled in cases involving poisoned wives, cocaine smuggling, corrupt cops, and communism) $15.95
Greenwood, Kerry Flying Too High (TV tie-in edition) (Phryne Fisher #2: Reissue; Phryne's flying skills come in handy when she and her team set out to rescue a child from murderous kidnappers) $15.95
Greenwood, Kerry Murder on the Ballarat Train (TV tie-in edition) (Phryne Fisher #3: Reissue; It was meant to be a restful country sojourn, but Phryne's train trip is interrupted, first by a chloroform attack that leaves an old woman dead and her jewelry missing, and then by a young girl who can't remember anything) $15.95
Gunn, Elizabeth Red Man Down (Sarah Burke #5: A man shot by a rookie cop while stealing copper wire turns out to be ex-cop and Red Man Ed Lacey. Sarah and her team delve into Ed's life; after deciding to reopen an investigation into three deaths, they encounter obstacles, particularly from the family. What are they hiding?) $17.95
Gunn, Elizabeth Triple Play (Jake Hines #1: Reissue; In a small Minnesota town, young detective Jake Hines conducts a methodical search for a very meticulous serial killer) $13.99
Hargla, Indrek Apothecary Melchior and the Mystery of St. Olaf's Church (15th century CE: Tallinn, at the edge of the Christian world, is a town of foreign merchants and engineers. When a murder occurs at the castle, Melchior, respected for his arcane knowledge and scientific curiosity, is called in to help find the killer) $16.95
Houston, Victoria Dead Angler (Loon Lake #1: Reissue; Lew Ferris is the new chief of police in Loon Lake, Wisconsin, and a fly-fishing wonder. When she and her fishing student Doc Osborne find a body floating in the moonlight, she enlists Doc and his buddy Ray to help her investigate) $16.99
James, Bill Disclosures (Harpur & Iles #31: Panicking Ralph is a big-time villain, but he's a local villain, so when his life is threatened, Harpur and Iles are straight on the case) $17.95
Japp, Andrea The Lady Agnes Mystery Volume 2: The Divine Blood / Combat of Shadows (Lady Agnes #3 / #4: Omnibus reprint of 2 historical mysteries. Normandy, 1304 CE: Agnes de Souarcy has survived the Inquisition, but remains the focus of an ancient quest, with many hidden enemies. 'Five women, in the centre the sixth' is the enigmatic prophecy of her destiny, but will she choose to fulfill that role?) $18.95
le Carre, John The Spy Who Came In from the Cold (Reissue; Gold Dagger and Edgar winner. In the shadow of the new Berlin Wall, Berlin Station head Alec Leamas watches as his last agent is shot dead by East German sentries. Control offers Leamas a unique opportunity for revenge: assume the guise of an embittered ex-agent to trap the deputy director of the East German Intelligence Service. In the background is George Smiley, ready to make the game play out just as Control wants) $16.00
Lippman, Laura Butchers Hill (Tess Monaghan #3: Reissue; Agatha and Anthony winner, Edgar and Shamus finalist. 5 years ago, Luther Beale shot a boy for vandalizing his car. Now out of prison, Luther says he wants to make amends to the kids who witnessed his crime, and hires PI Tess Monaghan to find them. But as she investigates, the witnesses start dying) $14.99
Macmillan, Gilly What She Knew (Edgar finalist. Rachel is walking in a Bristol park on a Sunday afternoon. As always, her son Ben runs on ahead of her. Rachel has no reason to worry - until Ben vanishes) $15.99
Marsh, Ngaio Collected Short Mysteries (alternate titles: The Collected Short Fiction / Alleyn and Others) (Reissue; Reprints 8 short stories (3 featuring Inspector Alleyn), a telescript, and 2 essays by Marsh (about Alleyn and Troy)) $14.95
Mayor, Archer The Ragman's Memory (Joe Gunther #7: Reissue; Joe Gunther deals with an unexplained death, a grisly murder, and a disappearance, all seemingly connected to a web of municipal corruption, blackmail, and industrial espionage. A shell-shocked WWII veteran may hold the key to it all, if Joe can get him to talk) $14.95
Mayor, Archer Bellows Falls (Joe Gunther #8: Reissue; Seconded to a small-town police department, Joe Gunther delves deep into a world of deceit, domestic violence, corrupt cops, drugs, and murder) $14.95
Mayor, Archer The Disposable Man (Joe Gunther #9: Reissue; Gunther figures a garroted body with bad dental work and Cyrillic tattoos for a Russian mob killing, until the CIA invites him to DC for some friendly 'assistance' with his case) $14.95
Mayor, Archer Occam's Razor (Joe Gunther #10: Reissue; The body looks like an unfortunate John Doe, with head and hands obliterated by the train, but Joe Gunther suspects there's more to the case) $14.95
Mayor, Archer The Marble Mask (Joe Gunther #11: Reissue; When a body is found in a crevasse on Mt. Mansfield, Joe Gunther, head of the newly formed Vermont Bureau of Investigation, and his team discover the corpse is a big-time Canadian crime boss who disappeared after WWII) $14.95
Mayor, Archer Tucker Peak (Joe Gunther #12: Reissue; Condo burglaries at a luxurious ski resort have Lieutenant Joe Gunther and his VBI team digging for clues; they discover their top suspect has gone missing and his girlfriend has been murdered) $14.95
Mayor, Archer The Sniper's Wife (Joe Gunther #13: Reissue; Joe's colleague Willy heads to New York City to identify his ex-wife's body. The police think she overdosed, but Willy has doubts. His search for answers leads back to his past in Vietnam) $14.95
Mayor, Archer Gatekeeper (Joe Gunther #14: Reissue; After a string of drug-related crimes, the VBI team is determined to crack down on the narcotics trade) $14.95
Mayor, Archer The Surrogate Thief (Joe Gunther #15: Reissue; Joe Gunther goes on the hunt for a brutal killer he failed to bring to justice decades ago) $14.95
Mayor, Archer St. Alban's Fire (Joe Gunther #16: Reissue; The VBI team is pushed to the limit when a series of arsons across the state evolves into a series of shocking murders) $14.95
Mayor, Archer The Second Mouse (Joe Gunther #17: Reissue; A young woman apparently died by her own hand, but the investigation raises enough doubts that Gunther decides to dig deeper) $14.95
Mayor, Archer Chat (Joe Gunther #18: Reissue; When the lives of his mother and brothers are suddenly threatened, Gunther reaches out to a network of police officers who know him only by name and reputation as he attempts to discover the source of the danger) $14.95
McAlpine, Gordon Woman with a Blue Pencil (PBO; Edgar finalist. On the eve of Pearl Harbor, Sam Sumida was a Japanese-American academic, thrust into the role of amateur PI by his wife's death. Now he is discovering that all signs of his existence have been erased. Unaware that he is a discarded fictional creation, he resumes his investigation. Interspersed are chapters from a spy novel featuring a Korean-American PI with anti-Japanese attitudes, the commercially viable character for whom Sumida has been excised. Behind it all is an ambitious young Nisei author, who has made the changes his editor demanded despite being relocated to an internment camp with his family) $13.95
McBride, Susan Say Yes to Death (Debutante Dropout #6: PBO; Andy isn't happy when her socialite mama drags her to a high-society Texas wedding, especially when the wedding planner ends up with a cake knife in her throat. When the cops arrest the baker, Andy is determined to clear the woman's name) $7.99
Scherm, Rebecca Unbecoming (Edgar finalist. Grace restores bric-a-brac, mends teapots, and resets gems in Paris. She calls herself Julie and says she's from California. In truth, her home is a Tennessee town - where two young men have just been paroled after serving time for a heist that Grace planned) $16.00
Schumacher, Julie Dear Committee Members (Winner of the Thurber Prize for American Humor. Jason Fitger is a professor at a small, undistinguished college, endlessly called upon by students and colleagues to produce letters of recommendations. The results, compiled here, are masterpieces of high dudgeon, low spirits, and passive-aggressive strategies) $14.95
Sendker, Jan-Philipp Whispering Shadows (Rising Dragon #1: Hong Kong: When Elizabeth Owen's son is found dead in Shenzhen, expat journalist Paul Leibovitz joins her and a detective friend to investigate. They uncover dark secrets and vestiges of the Cultural Revolution that people will go to any lengths to keep hidden) $16.00
Serong, Jock Quota (Ned Kelly winner. A small town fisherman has been murdered, and disgraced city lawyer Charlie Jardim is sent to coerce a troubled witness into testifying. But the victim was involved in the illegal abalone trade and the even more illegal drug trade, and witnesses aren't talking) $15.95
Shemilt, Jane The Daughter (Edgar finalist. When her teen daughter doesn't come home after a school play, Jenny's life begins to crumble. The authorities launch a search with no success. More than a year later, Jenny is still digging for answers, and finding that everyone she trusted was keeping secrets - especially her daughter) $14.99
Smith, S.L. Blinded by the Sight (Pete Culnane #1: When a homeless man is found dead near the Mississippi river, veteran St. Paul cop Pete Culane heads the investigation) $14.95
Smith, S.L. Running Scared (Pete Culnane #2: PBO; While trying to determine if a horrific crash was accidental or deliberate, St. Paul investigators Pete Culnane and Martin Tierney uncover secrets that send more than one person running scared) $14.95
Smith, S.L. Murder on a Stick (Pete Culnane #3: PBO; You can get almost anything on a stick at the Minnesota State Fair. This year, murder is added to the list. As the list of suspects grows, investigators Pete Culnane and Martin Tierney must separate fact from fiction to find the killer) $15.95
Thynne, Jane The Scent of Secrets (Clara Vine #1: Berlin, 1933: Actress Clara Vine, an Anglo-German, uses her unique access to the upper echelons of Nazi society to spy for her native Great Britain, and finds herself enmeshed in a plot to assassinate Hitler) $16.00
Todd, Marilyn Swords, Sandals and Sirens (Collection. 11 historical mysteries set in ancient Rome and Greece, many featuring superbitch sleuth Claudia Seferius) $19.00
Wells, Marcia Mystery on Museum Mile (Eddie Red #1: Edgar finalist. 6th-grader Eddie has a photographic memory and a talent for drawing anything he sees. When the New York Police Department is stumped by an art thief, Eddie becomes their secret weapon, drawing him deeper into Museum Mile and closer to a dangerous criminal group) $6.99
Wilson, Laura A Willing Victim (Ted Stratton #4: Historical Dagger shortlist. 1956: Inspector Stratton ponders a world in turmoil as he investigates the murder of a young man who had recently left a New Age cult in Suffolk) $14.95
Winspear, Jacqueline Birds of a Feather (Maisie Dobbs #2: Reissue; Agatha winner. London, 1930: Private detective Maisie Dobbs has been hired to find a runaway heiress. The case becomes increasingly complicated when three of the woman's friends are found dead) $14.95


Abbott, Kristi Kernel of Truth (Popcorn Shop #1: PBO; Rebecca and her popcorn-loving poodle Sprocket are headed home to Grand Lake, Ohio, to start a gourmet popcorn shop. When the family friend who owns the chocolate shop next door winds up dead, Rebecca finds suspects popping up all over) $7.99
Allan, Barbara Antiques Swap (Trash 'n' Treasures #9: After Brandy loses her balance at a swap meet and falls into an old flame's arms, she finds herself #1 suspect when the man's jealous wife is murdered) $7.99
Bain, D/Fletcher, J Killer in the Kitchen (Murder She Wrote #43: When a Cabot Cove chef is stabbed to death, a rival chef becomes prime suspect. But there's a long list of other motives, and it's up to Jessica to uncover the culprit) $7.99
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) $9.99
Barclay, Linwood Broken Promise (Promise Falls #1: After losing his wife and his job, David Harwood moves back to his childhood home, where he discovers that his cousin is secretly raising a child she claims was a gift left on her porch. When the baby's real mother is found murdered, David sets out to piece together what happened) $9.99
Beaton, M.C. Death of a Liar (Hamish Macbeth #31: When a woman falsely reports being attacked, then winds up dead, Sergeant Macbeth must sort through all of her lies to solve the crime) $7.99
Beaton, M.C. Death of a Nurse (Hamish Macbeth #32: Hamish must find out who killed a beautiful private nurse) $25.00
Bivald, Katarina The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend (Sara, a young Swede, and Amy, a middle-aged Iowan, have spent years exchanging books, letters, and thoughts on the meaning of literature and life. When the bookshop she works at closes, Sara decides to visit Amy at last, arriving in Broken Wheel, Iowa, only to discover that Amy has died. To honor her, Sara decides to set up the perfect bookshop in Broken Wheel, with all the books she and Amy shared. And then she watches as the townsfolk are, one by one, transformed in unexpected ways) $16.99
Booth, Stephen The Devil's Edge (Cooper & Fry #11: DS Ben Cooper and DS Diane Fry must track down a murderous band of home invaders) $11.99
Bowen, Gail What's Left Behind (Joanne Kilbourn #16: When their son's lakeside wedding is disrupted by the arrival of a disgruntled ex, and murder follows soon after, Joanne and Zack search for answers) $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) $15.99
Bowen, Rhys Time of Fog and Fire (Molly #16: Daniel Sullivan accepted a Secret Service assignment, but Molly couldn't get any details out of him. When a cryptic letter makes her think he wants her to join him in San Francisco, she wonders why he's turned to her for help, instead of to his new boss or his police contacts. What's gone wrong on his assignment?) $25.99
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) $9.99
Bradford, Laura A Churn for the Worse (Claire Weatherly #5: PBO; When two Amish families are victimized, detective Jakob Fisher turns to shop owner Claire Weatherly for help investigating) $7.99
Brightwell, Emily Mrs. Jeffries Wins the Prize (Mrs. Jeffries #34: PBO; When an orchid supplier is found dead in Mrs. Rayburn's conservatory, Inspector Witherspoon must weed out a murderer with some help from his housekeeper Mrs. Jeffries) $7.99
Bude, John Death on the Riviera (William Meredith #16: Reissue; When a counterfeit currency racket comes to light on the French Riviera, DI William Meredith is dispatched from London to investigate) $12.95
Burke, James Lee Cadillac Jukebox (Dave Robicheaux #9: Reissue; Gold Dagger shortlist. Aaron Crown comes from a long line of shady Cajuns, rumored to have Klan ties, so his arrest for the murder of a black civil rights leader is no surprise. But when the man who worked hardest to put Crown away ascends to the governor's mansion, detective Dave Robicheaux begins to suspect that Aaron may be innocent) $9.99
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) $9.99
Camilleri, Andrea Montalbano's First Case and Other Stories (Montalbano: Collection. These short stories follow the quirky Sicilian cop through highlight cases of his career) $18.00
Carter, M.J. The Strangler Vine (Blake & Avery #1: New Blood Dagger shortlist, Edgar finalist. India, 1937: When William Avery, a young soldier, and Jeremiah Blake, a political agent gone native, try to track down a missing writer, they get sucked into the secretive Thuggee cult and its even more ominous suppression) $16.00
Cavallaro, Brittany A Study in Charlotte (Charlotte Holmes & James Watson #1: YA; At a Connecticut prep school, someone is committing crimes based on Arthur Conan Doyle stories, and framing students Charlotte Holmes and James Watson (descendants of the Great Detective and his companion). With danger mounting and no one else they can trust, they set out to uncover the truth) $17.99
Chang, Henry Chinatown Beat (Jack Yu #1: Reissue; When Chinatown community leader and tong boss Uncle Four is gunned down and his mistress goes missing, NYPD detective Jack Yu will need all his knowledge of his district's gritty secrets to catch the killer) $9.99
Childs, Laura Devonshire Scream (Tea Shop #17: Theo is catering a trunk show at Heart's Desire Jewelry when the party is crashed by masked thieves who leave a dead body in their wake. The FBI suspect an international gang of jewel thieves, but Theo is convinced the answer is much closer to home) $26.00
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) $7.99
Clarkson, John Among Thieves (James Beck and his clique of ex-cons investigate malfeasance at a Manhattan brokerage firm. Things get complicated fast when they discover a connection to arms dealing for a clandestine government agency) $9.99
Collins, Mike Sherlock: The Mind Palace coloring book (PBO; Intricate line drawings featuring classic scenes from the BBC series) $14.99
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) $9.99
Cussler, C/Scott, J The Gangster (Isaac Bell #9: 1906: The Black Hand is on a crime spree in NYC, and Isaac Bell has been hired to form a special squad to combat them. And then the murders begin) $29.00
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) $7.99
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) $7.99
Edwards, Martin (ed) Serpents in Eden (Anthology. Classic crime stories set in rural England) $12.95
Fantaskey, Beth Isabel Feeney, Star Reporter (Kids; 1920s Chicago: Obsessed with becoming a reporter, 10-year-old Isabel Feeney can't believe her luck when she stumbles on a real-life murder scene, with her hero, journalist Maude Collier, standing over the body. When Maude is accused of the crime, Isabel is determined to clear her name) $17.99
Fluke, Joanne Wedding Cake Murder (Hannah Swensen #21: When a dessert chef contest comes to Lake Eden, Hannah finds it nerve-wracking to be judged by a celebrity chef with a nasty reputation. But it's even more chilling to find him stabbed to death in the inn's walk-in cooler) $26.00
Flynn, K/Lavoie, R Dark Heart (PBO; Nonfiction. After Lizzi Marriott accepts an invitation to Kat McDonough and Seth Mazzaglia's apartment, she will never be seen again) $9.99
Grippando, James Cash Landing (When an amateur gang of thieves succeeds in stealing a huge Federal Reserve cash shipment at the Miami airport, FBI agent Andie Henning plans to catch them by following the money - but Henning isn't the only one on their trail, and they suddenly find themselves in way over their heads) $9.99
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) $9.99
Hamilton, Glen Erik Past Crimes (Van Shaw #1: Edgar finalist. Van Shaw was raised to be a thief, but broke all ties to that life and joined the military. Now he's been summoned home by his grandfather, only to find he old man shot through the head. To find the killer, Van plunges back into the underworld) $9.99
Handler, David The Lavender Lane Lothario (Berger & Mitry #11: Who killed Hubie Swope? The Gants are the prime suspects, due to their long-running feud with Swope's family, but as Mitch Berger and Des Mitry investigate, they turn up plenty of other suspects) $25.99
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) $7.99
Harris, C.S. When Falcons Fall (Sebastian St. Cyr #11: 1813: Sebastian and Hero head to a Shropshire village to honor a slain friend. When the body of a young widow is found on the riverbank, the village's inexperienced young magistrate turns to them for help) $26.00
Harris, Tessa Secrets in the Stones (Thomas Silkstone #6: PBO; Newly released from Bedlam asylum, Lady Lydia Farrell finds herself a murder suspect when she stumbles upon the mutilated body of Sir Montagu Malthus. Can Silkstone clear his beloved's good name by conducting a postmortem on the victim?) $15.00
Hart, John The Last Child (Reissue; Edgar and Steel Dagger winner, Anthony finalist. His twin sister has been missing for a year, but Johnny is determined to find her. His hunt leads him to a forgotten place with a history of violence going back more than a hundred years) $9.99
Hellmann, Libby Fischer Jump Cut (Ellie Foreman #5: Chicago video producer Ellie Foreman finds herself entangled in a web of espionage and murder after being hired to produce a profile of a giant aviation company) $15.95
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) $7.99
Hollon, Cheryl Shards of Murder (Webb's Glass Shop #2: PBO; After she finds the winner of a glass-making competition murdered on the festival grounds, Savannah winds up prime suspect) $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) $9.99
James, Miranda No Cats Allowed (Cat in the Stacks #7: When the irritating new library director's body is discovered, the list of suspects is long. Things take a turn for the worse when a threatening email throws suspicion on Melba. Can Charlie and his Maine Coon cat Diesel clear their friend's name?) $26.00
Joy, David Where All Light Tends to Go (Edgar finalist. Jacob's father runs a meth ring in a hardscrabble North Carolina town, and Jacob has worked for him for years. When Jacob botches a murder, he faces a choice: stay and appease his father, or leave town with the girl he loves. Can Jacob muster the strength to rise above the only life he's ever known?) $16.00
Kane, Ben Fields of Blood (Hannibal #2: Having brought his army safely over the Alps in winter, Hannibal now marches south to confront the Romans $17.99
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) $16.00
Kerr, Philip The Lady from Zagreb (Bernie Gunther #10: Edgar finalist. 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) $16.00
Lansdale, Joe R. Hap and Leonard (Collection. All the short stories and tall tales about crime-fighting duo Hap Collins, a liberal good ol' boy, and Leonard Pine, a conservative gay black Vietnam veteran) $15.95
Larson/Edenborg (ed) Stockholm Noir (Anthology. Original crime stories) $15.95
Lawton, John The Unfortunate Englishman (Joe Wilderness #2: 1965: Joe is back Berlin, for what should be a straightforward prisoner exchange, an MI6 agent for a KBG operative, swapped on Berlin's bridge of spies. But, as ever, Joe has lined up something on the side, just to make it interesting and profitable. What could possibly go wrong?) $26.00
Layton, Jeffrey The Good Spy (Yuri Kirov #1: PBO; A Russian spy sub is marooned in US waters. Can security officer Yuri Kirov escape, reach shore undetected, and convince a complete stranger that the fate of the world depends on helping him?) $9.99
Lindsay, Douglas The Legend of Barney Thomson (alternate title: The Long Midnight of Barney Thomson) (Barney Thomson #1: Reissue; Barney is an awkward, diffident Glasgow barber. However, there is no life so tedious that it cannot be spiced up by inadvertent murder, a deranged psychopath, and a freezer full of neatly packaged meat) $15.95
Logan, Kylie And Then There Were Nuns (Literary Ladies #4: PBO; B&B owner Bea Cartwright is providing meals for ten nuns on retreat on a nearby island. When the peace of the retreat is shattered by two murders, the Literary Ladies notice eerie parallels to a classic Christie mystery. Can Bea track down the killer?) $7.99
Lynch, Jack You Could Look It Up (Nonfiction. An exploration of reference books through time and across cultures, from the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi to Wikipedia) $30.00
MacBride, Stuart The Missing and the Dead (Logan McRae #9: Acting DI Logan McRae's latest posting is a 'development opportunity' in rural Aberdeenshire, catching drug dealers, shoplifters, vandals, and the occasional escaped farm animal. Then a girl's body washes up just outside the sleepy town, bringing the Major Investigation Team from Aberdeen. As his old colleagues stomp around the countryside, Logan gets dragged into the investigation) $15.99
McLaughlin, Staci Murder Most Wholesome (Blossom Valley #5: PBO; When one of Zennia's old flames is found dead in her garden, the search for clues takes Dana to the commune where the man had been living) $7.99
Murphy, Shirley Rousseau Cat Shout for Joy (Joe Grey #19: Feline PI Joe Grey and his furry sleuthing pals must unmask a killer preying on Molena Point's elderly residents) $19.99
O'Neil, Carlene Ripe for Murder (Cypress Cove #2: PBO; Approached about investing in a new train line through wine country, Penny and her winery manager Connor head to a resort to hear the details. When an investor's wife is murdered, Penny investigates) $7.99
Palmer, M/Palmer, D Trauma (When patients begin disappearing from a facility working on an experimental cure for PTSD, a neurosurgeon and a reporter investigate) $9.99
Persson, Leif G.W. Linda, As in the Linda Murder (Evert Backstrom: When a police cadet is found raped and murdered in her mother's apartment in a sleepy town, bureaucratic mixups send Backstrom and his Murder Squad into the countryside to solve the case) $17.00
Phelps, M. William One Breath Away (PBO; Nonfiction. The story of Jennifer Mee's descent from media celebrity to drug dealing, street life, and eventually murder) $7.99
Reichs, K/Reichs, B Terminal (Virals #5: Kids; Tory and her team track a pack of rogue Virals who have gained the attention of a shadowy government group intent on learning the secret of their powers) $10.99
Reilly, Linda Out of the Dying Pan (Deep Fried #2: PBO; When the nasty owner of a neighboring boutique is found strangled with Talia's scarf, Talia needs to clear her name) $7.99
Ridpath, Michael Shadows of War (Conrad de Lancey #2: October, 1939: There are those who believe the war no one wants to fight should be brought to a swift conclusion, even if it means treachery. The British Secret Service wants Conrad de Lancey to make contact with a group of German officers they believe are plotting a coup. But this is the shadow war, and the shadows are multiplying. And it's not only disaffected Germans who are prepared to betray their country to save it) $13.95
Rizzolo, S.K. On a Desert Shore (John Chase #4: Hired to protect an heiress, Bow Street Runner John Chase must cope with a vicious inheritance dispute and murder) $15.95
Ross, Barbara Fogged Inn (Maine Clambake #4: PBO; When a dead body is discovered in the diner's walk-in refrigerator, can Julia Snowden figure out who ordered up a side of murder?) $7.99
Sanders, J. Aaron Speakers of the Dead (PBO; 1843: Lena Stowe has been hanged for the murder of her husband, but her friend, reporter Walt Whitman, remains determined to exonerate her. The search for the truth leads to a dangerous underworld where resurrection men steal cadavers to sell to medical colleges) $16.00
Sigurdardottir, Yrsa Someone to Watch Over Me (Thora Gudmundsdottir #5: When Jakob, a man with Down's Syndrome, is convicted of burning down his assisted living facility and killing 5 people, a fellow inmate at the secure psychiatric unit hires Thora to prove Jakob innocent) $15.99
Smith, Julie (ed) New Orleans Noir: The Classics (Anthology. Reprints classic crime stories) $15.95
Spillane, M/Collins, M Kill Me, Darling (Mike Hammer: Months after Velda walked out on him, Hammer learns that an old cop who once worked with her has been murdered - and that Velda is now a gun moll in Florida. Hammer heads for Miami to sort things out) $7.99
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) $15.95
Swanson, Denise Between a Book and a Hard Place (Dime Store #5: PBO; A wealthy benefactor is offering to reopen the town library. When the man is murdered, Dev's runaway mother Yvette is the prime suspect) $7.99
Taylor, David C. Night Life (Michael Cassidy #1: Edgar finalist. NYC, 1954: Michael Cassidy is plagued by dreams that sometimes come true. Assigned to investigate when a Broadway dancer is found tortured and killed, he learns that the man may have possessed compromising photos of someone very important. But the case isn't Cassidy's only puzzle: he's dreaming of his own murder) $25.99
Vaught, Susan Footer Davis Probably Is Crazy (Kids; Edgar finalist. What happened to the kids at the Abrams farm? There was a fire there a few nights ago, and the kids haven't been seen since. What Footer and her best friend Peavine want to know is, who started the fire?) $7.99
Wallace, Auralee Skinny Dipping with Murder (Otter Lake #1: PBO; When Erica was a teen, she fell prey to an embarrassing practical joke, but it wasn't like anyone got killed - until now. The pranksters are starting to turn up dead, and Erica's recent return to town makes her a prime suspect. Can she dig up the truth?) $7.99
Wells, Marcia Mystery in Mayan Mexico (Eddie Red #2: Kids; On a family vacation in Mexico, Eddie's father is accused of stealing. Can Eddie and his best friend Jonah uncover clues and catch the real crook?) $6.99
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) $15.99


Barclay, Linwood Far from True (Promise Falls #2: A woman asks PI Cal Weaver to look into a break-in at her dead father's house; he finds a hidden room that was used for sex, and evidence of missing DVDs. Meanwhile, detective Barry Duckworth is trying to solve two murders he believes are connected. A third murder turns up the heat on both investigations) $27.00
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?) $15.95
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) $14.00
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) $15.95
Box, C.J. Off the Grid (Joe Pickett #16: Nate Romanowski is off the grid, recuperating from wounds and trying to deal with past crimes, when a special ops group approaches him. If he'll help them destroy a domestic terror cell, they'll make his criminal record disappear. But Joe Pickett discovers they're not what they seem, and they have a much different plan in mind) $27.00
Bruen, K/Starr, J Pimp (Max & Angela #4: PBO; Ruined and on the lam, former drug kingpin Max Fisher stumbles upon the biggest discovery of his crooked life: a designer drug that could put him back on top. Meanwhile, a certain femme fatale from his past is pursuing a comeback dream of her own) $9.95
Collins, Max Allan Quarry's Vote (alternate title: Primary Target) (Quarry #5: Reissue; Now retired and happily married, Quarry turns down a million-dollar hit on a presidential candidate. It's not the sort of assignment you walk away from without consequences - but coming after Quarry has consequences, too) $9.95
Dahl, Julia Run You Down (Rebekah Roberts #2: Investigating the murder of a young Hasidic mother might bring journalist Rebekah Roberts face to face with the mother who abandoned her as a baby) $15.99
Deaver, Jeffery The Steel Kiss (Lincoln Rhyme #12: Forensic detective Lincoln Rhyme and his associate Amelia Sachs find themselves up against a brilliant killer who turns common items into murder weapons) $28.00
Dunn, Carola The Winter Garden Mystery (Daisy Dalrymple #2: Reissue; 1923: When the body of a pregnant maid is found buried in the winter garden at Occles Hall, an under-gardener is arrested for the crime. Daisy is sure of the man's innocence, and convinces Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard to investigate further) $15.99
Freeman, Brian Goodbye to the Dead (Jonathan Stride #7: When detective Serena Dial witnesses a murder outside a Duluth bar, she stumbles onto a case with roots that go all the way back to the last year of Cindy Stride's life) $26.99
Goddard, Robert Sea Change (1721: London is reeling from the effects of an enormous financial scandal. To discharge his debts, mapmaker William Spandrel agrees to convey a secret package to Amsterdam, only to find he has become a pawn in a very dangerous game) $14.00
Hodgson, Antonia The Last Confession of Thomas Hawkins (Tom Hawkins #2: London, 1728: Tom Hawkins is headed to the gallows, accused of murder. He may not be much of a gentleman, but he is innocent. He's just adept at finding his way into a spot of bad luck. Now he must scramble to save his life and protect those he loves) $27.00
Jance, J.A. Clawback (Ali Reynolds #11: When a man whose Ponzi scheme bankrupted hundreds, including Ali's parents, is murdered, Ali's dad is prime suspect. Ali and her husband work to clear his name while seeking justice for the dead man's impoverished victims) $25.99
Kasasian, M.R.C. The Curse of the House of Foskett (Gower Street #2: 1882: Investigating the death of an eccentric member of the Final Death Society takes Sidney Grice and March Middleton to an eerie house in Kew, and the mysterious Baroness Foskett) $15.95
Kovaly, Heda Margolius Innocence, or, Murder on Steep Street (1950s Prague: When a little boy is murdered at the cinema where his aunt works, the ensuing investigation sheds a little too much light on the personal lives of the cinema's ushers, each of whom is hiding a dark secret of her own) $14.95
Lawton, John Sweet Sunday (1969: When New York PI Turner Raines discovers that his oldest friend is dead, the trail of his friend's death leads Raines back to Texas, and into the path of people who know about secret goings-on in Vietnam, stories they may now be willing to tell. Lucky for Raines, he's a good listener) $15.00
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) $16.00
Leon, Donna The Waters of Eternal Youth (Guido Brunetti #25: At the request of his mother-in-law's best friend, Commissario Brunetti looks into a 15-year-old incident, involving a young woman who nearly drowned in a canal. Did she fall in, or was she pushed? Signed copies expected) $26.00
Leonard, Elmore Charlie Martz and Other Stories (Collection. Short stories from early in his career) $15.99
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) $16.00
McKinty, Adrian Rain Dogs (Troubles #5: Belfast, 1987: When journalist Lily Bigelow is found dead, it looks like suicide. But a few things bother detective Sean Duffy enough to keep the case file open, which is how he finds out that she was investigating corruption and abuse at the highest levels. Who killed her? And what were they trying to hide?) $15.95
McMahon, Jennifer The Night Sister (Amy, Piper, and Margot played at the Tower Motel when they were kids, until their games uncovered something dark and twisted in the motel's past that ruined their friendship. Years later, when Amy is accused of a horrific crime, Piper and Margo are forced to relive that time) $15.95
Pattison, Eliot Blood of the Oak (Duncan McCallum #4: 1765: Duncan McCallum investigates ritualistic murders that are strangely connected to both the theft of an Iroquois artifact and a series of murders and kidnappings in the network of runners supporting the recently formed Committees of Correspondence) $26.00
Pelecanos, George The Martini Shot (Collection. Short crime fiction, including an original novella and 7 stories (6 reprints, 1 original)) $14.99
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) $16.00
Redondo, Dolores The Invisible Guardian (International Dagger shortlist. Homicide inspector Amaia Salazar reluctantly returns to her Basque Country home town - a place engulfed in mythology and superstition - to solve a series of eerie murders) $24.99
Ribchester, Lucy The Hourglass Factory (1912: When a famous trapeze artist disappears in the middle of her act, Fleet Street reporter Frances George teams up with Inspector Frederick Primrose to investigate. The trail leads to a secret society with ties to both London's glittering socialites and its criminal underworld) $25.95
Segura, Alex Silent City (When a co-worker he barely knows asks Pete to locate a missing girl, Pete finds himself dragged into a tale of murder, drugs, and double-crosses in the Miami underworld) $14.95
Simenon, Georges Signed, Picpus (alternate titles: To Any Lengths / Maigret and the Fortuneteller) (Maigret #23: When a fortuneteller is found murdered in her apartment, Maigret must find out not only who committed the crime, but why it was predicted in a note found earlier) $12.00
Spillane, M/Collins, M Don't Look Behind You (Mike Hammer: Several murder attempts have left Hammer riled, and he's hellbent on figuring out who wants him dead) $22.99
Stout/Goldsborough Stop the Presses! (Archie and Nero are tasked with protecting the most hated columnist in NYC) $14.99
Webb, Holly The Case of the Vanishing Emerald (Maisie Hitchens #2: Kids; When actress Sarah Massey loses the emerald necklace her boyfriend gave her, will Maisie and her dog Eddie be able help find it?) $5.99
White, Randy Wayne Deep Blue (Doc Ford #23: Half-eaten dolphins are washing ashore on Sanibel Island. Doc has a theory about that, but he hopes he's wrong. If not, there's a predator out there, but not what anyone supposes - it's a human, and very determined) $27.00
Yi, A A Perfect Crime (In provincial China, a teen goes about his normal business while planning the brutal murder of his only friend. After committing the crime, he flees town, whereupon a perilous game of cat and mouse begins) $15.99


Aaronovitch, Ben et al Body Work (Rivers of London GN #1: PBO; Full color graphic novel. New story taking place between novels 4 and 5. The Folly investigates when cars begin taking on lives of their own and killing innocent folk) $14.99
Adams, Ellery Breach of Crust (Charmed Pie Shoppe #5: PBO; Ella Mae is hired to teach the tasty tricks of her trade at the Camellia Club's annual retreat. When the club president's body turns up floating in the lake, Ella Mae searches for the killer) $7.99
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) $16.00
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) $7.99
Albert, Susan Wittig Blood Orange (China Bayles #24: When nurse Kelly Kaufman uncovers suspicious practices at the local hospice, and suspects a patient was murdered, she turns to China for guidance. When Kelly is critically injured, it's up to China to figure out who's behind it all) $27.00
Arango, Sascha The Truth and Other Lies (Only Henry Hayden and his wife know that she is the writer of the novels that made him famous. When Henry's mistress gets pregnant, Henry's solution becomes his most terrible mistake. Now the police are after him, and the past he has painstakingly kept hidden threatens to catch up with him as well) $16.00
Archer, Connie A Clue in the Stew (Soup Lover's #5: PBO; When Lucky agreed to host an event with a famous author at the soup shop, she wasn't expecting the writer's exasperating entourage. When the evening ends with a homicide, can Lucky stir up some clues to catch the killer?) $7.99
Arlen, Tessa Death Sits Down to Dinner (Montfort & Jackson #2: London, 1913: When a guest is quietly murdered at the table during a high society dinner party, Lady Montfort and her pragmatic housekeeper Mrs. Jackson trace the steps of suspects both upstairs and down) $25.99
Bebris, Carrie The Suspicion at Sanditon, or, The Disappearance of Lady Denham (Mr. & Mrs. Darcy #7: When wealthy Lady Denham goes missing, most assume one of her would-be heirs has grown impatient. But when other ladies disappear one by one, Mr. and Mrs. Darcy find themselves drawn into the frantic effort to discover what has become of the missing women) $15.99
Brown, Duffy Braking for Bodies (Cycle Path #2: PBO; A ferry full of tourists brings Fiona's sleazy former boss to Mackinac Island. When the man is found dead, it's up to Evie to clear Fiona's name) $7.99
Burdette, Lucy Killer Takeout (Key West Food Critic #7: PBO; Assigned to write a piece about a local festival's grab & go food, Hayley winds up hunting for a killer when the newly crowned festival queen is accused of murdering a rival) $7.99
Burton, Mary Vulnerable (PBO; A body found in the woods pulls forensic tech Georgia Morgan into a 5-year-old unsolved case. But the deeper she digs, the deadlier the secrets that emerge. Can homicide detective Jake Bishop keep her safe?) $9.99
Butler, Dori Hillestad The Ghost in the Tree House (Haunted Library #7: Kids; There's a ghost in a neighbor's tree house. Could it be someone from Kaz's family? Or is someone trying to cause problems for the ghost-busting club?) $4.99
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) $15.99
Cantrell, Janet Fat Cat Takes the Cake (Fat Cat #3: PBO; Ron North had a creepy crush on Julie in high school. Now he's throwing a high school reunion to gather support for his mayoral campaign. When tabby cat Quincy leads Chase to Ron's body, Julie becomes a suspect. Can Chase prove her innocence?) $7.99
Carter, M.J. The Infidel Stain (Blake & Avery #2: London, 1841: Back from their adventures in India, Jeremiah Blake and William Avery look into a shocking series of murders in the world of London's gutter press that the police seem mysteriously unwilling to investigate) $27.00
Casey, Elizabeth Lynn Needle and Dread (Southern Sewing Circle #11: PBO; With the support of her sewing circle friends, Rose has opened a sewing shop, and is running workshops for enthusiasts. When an argumentative guest ends up dead in the project room, it's up to Tori and the gang to find the killer) $7.99
Chapman, Brenda Tumbled Graves (Stonechild & Rouleau #3: When a woman and her daughter go missing, Rouleau dispatches Kala Stonechild and Paul Gundersund to investigate) $14.99
Child, Lee Make Me (Jack Reacher #19: In the tiny town of Mother's Rest, a worried woman named Michelle Chang mistakes Reacher for someone else: her missing partner in a private investigation that she thinks must have turned lethal. Reacher teams up with Chang and starts to ask around) $9.99
Clancy, T/Blackwood, G Under Fire (Jack Ryan Jr. #9: When an MI6 agent tells Jack that his old friend Seth Gregory has disappeared with operational funds and has probably turned traitor, Jack doesn't believe him, and starts searching for Seth) $9.99
Cleeves, Ann (ed) The Starlings & Other Stories (Anthology. Mystery stories written by the Murder Squad and their 6 accomplices, each inspired by the Pembrokeshire photos of David Wilson) $19.95
Coben, Harlan Fool Me Once (Maya sees an unthinkable image captured by her nanny cam while she is at work: her young daughter playing with her husband Joe - who was murdered two weeks earlier. But can she believe what she sees, even when she desperately wants to?) $28.00
Collins, Kate Moss Hysteria (Flower Shop #18: PBO; Abby and Marco are ecstatic about moving into their new home. When a body is found floating in a nearby pond, the police suspect their helpful next-door neighbor, but Abby and Marco aren't convinced) $7.99
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) $15.95
Crawford, Isis A Catered Mother's Day (Simmons Sisters #11: After Ellen Hadley's children forget her birthday and her husband forgets their anniversary, Bernie jokingly suggests that Ellen fake her own kidnapping to wake up her family. She didn't expect the stunt to end up with Ellen in a hotel room next to a dead body) $7.99
Daheim, Mary Here Comes the Bribe (Bed & Breakfast #30: Judith has her hands full with unexpected family ties and a body in the backyard) $23.99
de Giovanni, Maurizio The Bastards of Pizzofalcone (Giuseppe Lojacono #2: Newly installed at the Pizzofalcone precinct in Naples, Inspector Lojacono heads up a team investigating a high-profile murder that has the entire city on edge) $18.00
Dunmore, Helen Exposure (1960: In Cold War London, a spy may be a friend or neighbor, a colleague or lover. Giles Holloway and Simon Callington face a terrible dilemma over a missing top-secret file. When Simon's wife Lily buries the file deep in a suburban garden, she believes she is protecting her family. What she will learn is that no one is immune from betrayal) $25.00
Dyer-Seeley, Kate Silenced in the Surf (Meg Reed #3: Covering a windsurfing competition should be a breeze for reporter Meg Reed, but with a killer in the curl, she's headed for rough waters) $7.99
Eastman, Dawn An Unhappy Medium (Family Fortune #4: PBO; Clyde's nephew Seth is organizing a Zombie Fun Run, and Clyde has a nagging feeling that something will go wrong. When one of the zombie runners is murdered, can Clyde and her cop boyfriend Mac find the ghoulish killer?) $7.99
Essa, Ibrahim The Televangelist (TV preacher Hatem el-Shawai - charismatic, quick-witted, and revered by housewives and politicians alike for delivering Islam to the masses - has friends in high places. When he is entrusted with a secret that threatens to wreak havoc across the country, he is drawn into a web of intrigue at the very heart of Egypt's government) $16.95
Estleman, Loren D. Desperate Detroit and Stories of Other Dire Places (Crime stories representing 40 years of his writing career, featuring gangsters, PIs, killers, feuding families, corrupt cops, and more) $16.99
Evanovich, J/Sutton, P Wicked Charms (Lizzy & Diesel #3: To search for the Stone of Avarice, part of a lost pirate treasure, Lizzy and Diesel are going to need a treasure map and a ship) $8.99
Faye, Lyndsay Jane Steele (Jane Steele suffered at the hands of her spiteful aunt and predatory cousin, then at a grim school where she fought for her life before escaping, leaving the corpses of her tormentors behind. Years later, when she learns her childhood home has a new master, she takes a position there as governess. As she falls in love with the gruffly tragic Mr. Thornfield, she faces a dilemma: can she possess him, body, soul, and secrets, without revealing her murderous past?) $27.00
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) $16.00
Flower, Amanda Crime and Poetry (Magical Bookshop #1: PBO; Violet Waverly's grandmother Daisy runs Charming Books, where the perfect book tends to fly off the shelf and pick you. When a dead man is discovered clutching a book from the shop, can Violet get Daisy off the suspect list by finding the real killer?) $7.99
Furlong, Susan Rest in Peach (Georgia Peach #2: PBO; Nola is coordinating the Peach Cotillion dinner, as well as the grand opening of her new shop. When the teen Peach Queen's mother is stabbed to death, Ginny is a suspect, and Nola steps in to prove her friend's innocence) $7.99
Gates, Eva Reading Up a Storm (Lighthouse Library #3: PBO; A small boat crashes into the coast, lured by some mysterious lights on the shore. The two seafarers survive, but when one of them is killed a few days later, Lucy finds herself navigating a sea of suspects) $7.99
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) $14.99
Golemon, David L. The Mountain (Event Group #10: When a mission to find the remnants of Noah's Ark runs into trouble, it's up to Major Jack Collins and his team to rescue them from forces that will kill to keep the artifacts in Turkey) $8.99
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?) $7.99
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) $16.00
Hamdouchi, Abdelilah Whitefly (The traffickers, drug dealers, and smugglers know what it takes to get a gun into Morocco, and so does Detective Laafrit. When the fourth corpse in three days washes up in Tangier with a bullet in the chest, as Laafrit's team hunts for the murder weapon, Laafrit follows a hunch and reveals the killer at the heart of an international conspiracy) $14.95
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) $6.99
Harris, Gregory The Dalwich Desecration (Colin Pendragon #4: PBO; Master sleuth Colin Pendragon and his trusted partner Ethan Pruitt head to rural Sussex County, where the bucolic peace has been shattered by the murder of a monk in the hallowed halls of Whitmore Abbey) $15.00
Hearon, Leigh Reining in Murder (Carson Stables #1: After rehabilitating an injured thoroughbred she rescued from a road accident, horse trainer Annie Carson delivers the animal to its owner, only to discover the woman has been murdered) $7.99
Hesse, Monica Girl in the Blue Coat (YA; Amsterdam, 1943: Hanneke secures black market goods for paying customers. When Mrs. Janssen asks her to search for a Jewish teen, who vanished from the secret room where Mrs. Janssen was hiding her, Hanneke is drawn into a web of mysteries) $17.99
Hollis, Lee Death of a Bacon Heiress (Hayley Powell #7: A bacon heiress offers Hayley a writing gig with a juicy paycheck, but Hayley's good fortune fizzles fast when the heiress is found murdered) $7.99
Hunter, Seth The Winds of Folly (Nathan Peake #4: 1796: Peake is sent into the Adriatic with a small squadron to help bring Venice into an Italian alliance with Britain against the French) $18.95
Jones, Peter Eureka! (A look at the ancient Greeks, covering each major period, and introducing the major figures of the age, as well as exploring Greek mythology and providing insights into everyday life) $15.95
Kerr, Philip The Other Side of Silence (Bernie Gunther #11: French Riviera, 1956: W. Somerset Maugham is being blackmailed. Is it because of his unorthodox lifestyle, or does it hark back to his time with the British Secret Service? He turns to Bernie Gunther for professional advice) $27.00
King, Laurie R. The Murder of Mary Russell (Mary Russell #14: Mary Russell is used to her own dark secrets, and those of her partner Sherlock Holmes. But she is shocked when Samuel Hudson arrives, claiming to be Mrs. Hudson's son. The story he tells cannot possibly be true, yet Mary believes him as surely as she believes the threat of the gun in his hand) $28.00
King, Stephen Finders Keepers (Bill Hodges #2: Young Pete Saubers has found a treasure trove: cash and notebooks stolen from iconic author John Rothstein, who was murdered years ago. It's up to Bill Hodges, Holly Gibney, and Jerome Robinson to rescue Pete and his family from Rothstein's deranged and vengeful killer) $9.99
Knoll, Jessica Luckiest Girl Alive (Edgar finalist. With a glamorous job, expensive wardrobe, and handsome blueblood fiance, Ani is close to the perfect life she's worked so hard to achieve. But something buried in her past still haunts her. Will breaking her silence destroy everything she's worked for - or will it at long last set her free?) $15.99
Larsen, Ward Assassin's Game (David Slaton #2: David Slaton was once Israel's most lethal assassin. Now Mossad wants him back in action, to kill the scientist who is developing a nuclear-tipped ballistic missile for Iran) $9.99
le Carre, John Our Kind of Traitor (movie tie-in edition) (Reissue; When a big-time Russian money launderer enlists their help to defect, a vacationing couple soon find themselves pawns in a deadly endgame whose outcome will be determined by the victor of the British Secret Service's ruthless internecine battles) $16.00
Lee, Patrick Signal (Sam Dryden #2: When an old colleague calls, Dryden helps her rescue four kidnapped girls. They flee into the night, just ahead of the police and FBI. When he learns the real secret behind the mission, Dryden will need all his skills, intelligence, and training to save himself, his friends, and the world itself) $9.99
Levien, David Signature Kill (Frank Behr #4: Down on his luck and broke, ex-cop Frank Behr takes on a no-win case, to locate a wayward girl who's been missing for months, and finds a connection to an unidentified body found recently in an Indianapolis park) $15.95
Lindsay, Jeff et al Dexter Down Under (Full color graphic novel. On a trip to Australia, when Dexter discovers that someone is setting up illegal hunting safaris in the Outback - with humans in the crosshairs - he investigates as only he can) $19.99
Maron, Margaret Long Upon the Land (Deborah Knott #20: When Judge Deborah Knott's father Kezzie finds a dead man on a remote corner of his farm, the investigation uncovers long-simmering hostility between the two men. After the local newspaper implies her family might be involved in the killing, and that her deputy husband is dragging his feet on the case, Deborah sets out to find answers) $7.99
McKinlay, Jenn Vanilla Beaned (Cupcake Bakery #8: PBO; Mel and Angie decide to open their first franchise in Las Vegas. When the potential bakery location gets blown up, can Mel figure out who's trying to keep the bakery from cashing in?) $7.99
Myers, Ann Cinco de Mayhem (Santa Fe Cafe #2: PBO; When a local restaurateur tries to take over all of the food carts in Santa Fe, and winds up dead under Linda's famous tamale truck, Rita and Flori team up to find the killer and clear Linda's name) $7.99
Perry, A/Drayton, J The Search for Anne Perry (Nonfiction. Given unparalleled access to Anne Perry, her friends, relatives, colleagues, and archives, Drayton intersperses the story of Perry's life with an examination of her crime writing, drawing parallels between Perry's own experiences and her characters and storylines) $16.99
Perry, Anne Treachery at Lancaster Gate (Thomas Pitt #31: When a bomb goes off during an important - and secret - police raid, killing several officers, Pitt investigates. The evidence trail leads him straight to a deadly crime in the drawing rooms of London's elite) $28.00
Reilly, Matthew The Tournament (1546: Suleiman the Magnificent issues an invitation to the rulers of Europe: send your finest player to compete in a chess tournament. The English send scholar Roger Ascham, who brings along his student Elizabeth Tudor. As barbaric deaths, diplomatic treachery, and depravity unfold before their eyes, they realize the real game is being played within the court itself) $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) $16.00
Runcie, James Sidney Chambers and the Perils of the Night (TV tie-in edition (Grantchester #2: Reissue; Cambridge, England, 1950s: Full-time priest and part-time sleuth Canon Sidney Chambers, working in tandem with the increasingly exasperated Inspector Geordie Keating, is called on to investigate several crimes) $17.00
Sanderson, Douglas Blondes Are My Trouble (Mike Garfin #2: Reissue; Is there a connection between a blonde woman who complains she's being followed by a man, and another woman found dead beneath the wheels of a large truck? PI Mike Garfin discovers they are linked by vice on the highest floors of the swankiest Sherbrooke Street apartments) $13.95
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) $9.99
Shelton, Paige The Cracked Spine (Delaney is excited about starting a new job in Edinburgh, at a rare book and manuscript shop. When a precious artifact goes missing and a coworker's sister is murdered, Delaney decides to apply some American ingenuity to the case) $25.99
Silva, Daniel The English Spy (Gabriel Allon #15: An iconic member of the British Royal Family is killed when a bomb explodes on her holiday yacht; British intelligence turns to legendary spy and assassin Gabriel Allon to track down her killer) $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) $15.00
Smith, Lachlan Panther's Prey (Leo Maxwell #4: Leo is now working as a public defender in San Francisco. After a client's acquittal, Leo and his co-counsel Jordan get involved. When she's found raped and murdered, Leo is a suspect. The case takes a bizarre turn when their recently acquitted client walks into the police station and offers to confess to Jordan's murder) $24.00
Stevens, Chevy Always Watching (Working with a new patient who attempted suicide, psychiatrist Nadine Lavoie is forced to confront her own troubled history and uncover her own secrets) $7.99
Svensson, Anton The Father (Made in Sweden #1: First in a trilogy of novels based on the true story of 3 brothers who committed 10 audacious bank robberies in Sweden) $26.99
Swanson, Peter The Kind Worth Killing (Steel Dagger shortlist. Ted and Lily meet on a late night flight, forge an unusual bond, and begin planning to kill Ted's wife. But they both have dark secrets, and what began as a murder scheme turns into a very lethal game of cat and mouse) $9.99
Taylor, Andrew The Silent Boy (Edward Savill #2: Historical Dagger shortlist. 1792: Edward Savill is working in London as agent for a wealthy American. Word arrives that his employer's estranged wife was killed in France, and his 10-year-old son Charles is in England with a group of French refugees. Sent to retrieve the boy, Savill discovers Charles is mute. The boy has witnessed horrors beyond his years, but what haunts him so deeply that he is unable to utter a word?) $15.99
Taylor, David C. Night Life (Michael Cassidy #1: Edgar finalist. NYC, 1954: Michael Cassidy is plagued by dreams that sometimes come true. Assigned to investigate when a Broadway dancer is found tortured and killed, he learns that the man may have possessed compromising photos of someone very important. But the case isn't Cassidy's only puzzle: he's dreaming of his own murder) $15.99
Thomson, Lesley The Detective's Secret (Stella Darnell #3: A man has died beneath a late-night train, and Stella Darnell suspects it could have been murder. Now she and Jack Harmon are stirring up the past with questions that no one wants answered - questions leading to an old unsolved case) $14.95
Unger, Lisa Crazy Love You (After an unpleasant childhood, Ian has found success in New York City. But his childhood friend Priss is trouble, and he's growing tired of their late nights together. That makes Priss angry, and when Priss is angry, terrible things begin to happen) $7.99
Upson, Nicola London Rain (Josephine Tey #6: London, 1937: A BBC radio adaptation of Queen of Scots is part of King George VI's coronation celebration, and playwright Josepine Tey has been invited. She becomes involved in another sort of drama when a venerable newsman is shot to death in his broadcasting booth) $15.99
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) $7.99
Winspear, Jacqueline Journey to Munich (Maisie Dobbs #12: 1938: When the German government agrees to release a British citizen from Dachau, the British Secret Service sends Maisie to collect the man. In the heart of Nazi Germany, she encounters unexpected dangers; Signed copies expected; unabridged audio $39.99) $26.99
Woods, Stuart Naked Greed (Stone Barrington #34: Stone is thrown into the turbulent world of beer making and distribution when he rescues a brewery owner from an attack by two rogue cops) $9.99
Woods, Stuart Family Jewels (Stone Barrington #37: Stone's latest client is looking for help discouraging a man's attentions. But no sooner does Stone fend off the party in question than his client becomes involved in two lethal crimes. Stone must probe deep into her life to uncover the truth) $28.00
Yu, Ovidia Aunty Lee's Chilled Revenge (Aunty Lee #3: Sleuthing restaurateur Aunty Lee investigates a pair of murders connected to an animal rescue society that her friend and business partner Cherril used to be involved with) $14.99


Ace, Cathy The Corpse with the Garnet Face (Cait Morgan #7: Cait and Bud head to Amsterdam, where an uncle Bud never knew he had has met an untimely death, leaving behind a cryptic message for his nephew) $14.95
Baldacci, David The Last Mile (Amos Decker #2: Melvin Mars is facing execution for killing his parents 20 years ago. When another man confesses to the crime, Mars may become a free man. Who wants Mars out of prison, and why now? Amos Decker and his FBI special task force investigate) $29.00
Bertman, Jennifer C. Book Scavenger (Kids; Garrison Grisworld created Book Scavenger, an online game where books are hidden around the globe, with clues for finding them revealed through puzzles. After an attack leaves Griswold in a coma, 12-year-old Emily and her friend James discover an odd book, which they come to believe contains the only copy of Griswold's newest game. Rushing from clue to clue, can they find the secret at the heart of the game before Griswold's attackers find them?) $7.99
Bolton, Sharon (S.J) 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) $16.99
Burton, Miles Death in the Tunnel (alternate title: Dark Is the Tunnel) (Arnold & Merrion #12: Reissue; Originally published in 1936. Inspector Arnold of Scotland Yard teams up with amateur criminologist Desmond Merrion to investigate a murder that was meant to look like suicide) $12.95
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) $7.99
Dufresne, John I Don't Like Where This Is Going (Wylie Coyote #2: Troubled by the cover-up after a woman falls to her death outside the Luxor Hotel, Wylie sets out to find answers with the help of an old friend) $25.95
Duncan, Elizabeth J. Murder on the Hour (Penny Brannigan #7: People are flocking to Llanelen to have their family treasures valued for a popular antiques TV show. When a shy, quiet local is found dead, her heirloom quilt missing, Penny Brannigan's search for clues leads to a mysterious document that could hold the key to a long-forgotten secret and present-day murder) $26.99
Fesperman, Dan The Letter Writer (1942: When a body is found floating in the Hudson River, NYPD cop Woodrow Cain investigates with the help of Danzinger, a man who writes letters for illiterate immigrants and seems to have boundless knowledge of the city and its denizens. The case leads them into a web of corruption and possibly treasonous activity) $26.95
Fuller, Bill A Girl's Guide to Landing a Greek God (PBO; Angie's grandmother sends her on a trip to an uncharted Greek island, where she falls for Milos, a descendant of the original gods of Olympus. To hang onto him, she'll have to battle monsters, uncover secrets about her past, and go toe-to-toe with Zeus, whose plan for returning to power does not include a sassy girl from the outer boroughs) $14.99
Greenaway, R.M. Cold Girl (B.C. Blues #1: When a popular singer vanishes, RCMP investigator David Leith and his team work through the possibilities. Was she snatched by the Pickup Killer, or does the answer lie with her reticent fans and friends?) $17.99
Hammer, Joshua The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu (Nonfiction. Abdel Kader Haidara, an archivist and historian, spent decades tracking down and salvaging ancient Islamic and secular manuscripts. In 2012, when Al Qaeda militants seized control of Timbuktu and threatened to destroy them, Haidara organized a dangerous operation to smuggle all 350,000 volumes out of the city to safety in southern Mali) $26.00
Hand, Elizabeth Hard Light (Cass Neary #3: When offbeat photographer Cass Neary's lover Quinn, who is wanted by both Interpol and the Russian mob, misses their rendezvous in London, Cass fears she'll be the next to disappear, and goes on the run) $25.99
Havill, Steven F. Come Dark (Posadas County #20: Undersheriff Estelle Reyes-Guzman investigates when the volleyball coach is found gunned down in the shower room) $15.95
Locke, Attica Pleasantville (Jay Porter #2: Gold Dagger shortlist. 1996: When a volunteer for a mayoral candidate goes missing on Election Night, in a neighborhood for upwardly mobile blacks in Houston, a local - a candidate's nephew - is arrested. Jay Porter reluctantly finds himself serving as a defense attorney in a case that will also put an electoral process on trial, exposing the dark side of power and those determined to keep it) $15.99
Masterman, Becky Fear the Darkness (Brigid Quinn #2: Retired FBI agent Brigid Quinn agrees to help a local couple by investigating the death of their son. When dangerous things start to happen, she begins to wonder if she can trust anyone) $15.99
Maxwell, Edith Delivering the Truth (Quaker Midwife #1: PBO; Massachusetts, 1888: Rose Carroll hears secrets and keeps confidences as she attends rich and poor births alike. When arson threatens the town's carriage factory, and a factory owner's son is killed with Rose's knitting needle, she is drawn into investigating) $14.99
McCreight, Kimberly Where They Found Her (Journalist Molly Sanderson investigates when a newborn's body is found in the woods near a university campus in a well-to-do New Jersey town) $15.99
Miske, Karim Arab Jazz (International Dagger shortlist. Ahmed is a French Arab, non-observant, unable to reconcile his conflicting identities, and troubled by the past. When a neighbor is murdered, with a joint of pork placed near her body, he finds himself first among many suspects. As the detectives work to untangle the events leading up to the woman's death, Ahmed assists them, determined to clear his name) $24.99
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) $15.00
Nguyen, Viet Thanh The Sympathizer (Edgar finalist. Saigon, 1975: A general and his trusted captain determine who will be aboard the last flights out of the country. As the general and his compatriots begin new lives in LA - the captain, a communist operative - observes them and sends coded messages to an old friend in the communist administration. Under suspicion, the captain contemplates terrible acts to remain undetected. And when he falls in love, he finds his ideals clash with his loyalties to those close to him) $16.00
Rollins, J/Blackwood, G War Hawk (Tucker Wayne #2: A former army colleague turns to Tucker for help. As Tucker and his dog Kane search for a young idealist's killer, the trail leads to powerful people in the US government) $27.99
Rowland, John Calamity in Kent (Inspector Shelley #16: Reissue; Originally published in 1950. Newspaper reporter Jimmy London teams up with Inspector Shelley to investigate when a dead body is found inside a locked railway carriage in a peaceful seaside town) $12.95
Rowling, JK/Galbraith, R Career of Evil (Cormoran Strike #3: PI Strike investigates when a package containing a woman's severed leg is delivered to his assistant Robin Ellacott) $17.99
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) $16.00
Simenon, Georges Inspector Cadaver (alternate title: Maigret's Rival) (Maigret #24: When a friend's brother-in-law is accused of murder, Maigret heads to the small French town to help. He must face an old enemy, a former cop who seems to be doing everything in his power to obstruct Maigret's investigation) $12.00
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) $15.00
Sykes, S.D. (Sarah) Plague Land (Somershill Manor #1: 1350 CE: After years in a monastery, Oswald de Lacy finds himself lord of Somershill Manor when his father and brothers die of the plague. When a young woman is killed, the village priest claims the attack was supernatural, but Oswald's search for the real killer leads him into a maze of political intrigue, family secrets, and violent strife) $15.95
Todd, Charles A Pattern of Lies (Bess Crawford #7: 1918: An explosion at the Ashton Gunpowder Mill has killed over a hundred workers. When suspicion and rumor lead to the persecution of the Ashton family, Bess follows the only known witness to the Front in France in hopes of learning the truth) $14.99
Vachss, Andrew Drawing Dead (Cross #3: PBO; The Cross Crew is notorious for its deadly efficiency and its disinterest in anything other than money. Why, then, would anyone be foolhardy enough to threaten them - and, more importantly, threaten their loved ones?) $15.00
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) $9.95
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) $15.95
Weiss, Kirsten The Perfectly Proper Paranormal Museum (PBO; When Maddie's career flatlines, she's pressured into managing her home town's paranormal museum, where a new ghost may be on the loose. A fresh corpse at the museum embroils Maddie in murders past and present) $14.99
Wortman, Marc 1941: Fighting the Shadow War (The history of clandestine US involvement in WWII prior to Pearl Harbor, as FDR used all the powers at his disposal to battle Hitler from the shadows while working to gain public support for US entry into the war) $27.00


Abel, James Protocol Zero (Joe Rush #2: Rush discovers that an Alaskan research team has fallen victim to something that seems impossible, yet the evidence looks undeniable in the lab. Now the danger may threaten thousands more) $9.99
Alem, Raja The Dove's Necklace (When a dead woman is discovered in a Mecca alley, no one will claim the body because of her nakedness. As Detective Nassir investigates, the secret life of the holy city is revealed - a city both beholden to brutal customs and reckoning uneasily with new traditions) $29.95
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) $14.00
Balliett, Blue Pieces and Players (Petra & Calder #4: Kids; Agatha finalist. 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) $7.99
Barrett, Lorna A Fatal Chapter (Booktown #9: When the president of the Stoneham Historical Society dies under mysterious circumstances, can Tricia figure out who had a motive to kill her friend?) $7.99
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) $16.95
Black, Cara Murder in the Marais (Aimee Leduc #1: Reissue; Parisian PI Aimee Leduc handles a top-secret decoding job for an old Jewish woman, but when she goes to drop off her findings at her client's house, she finds the woman strangled to death, a swastika carved on her forehead) $9.99
Black, David Fast Shuffle (Harry is a car salesman who believes he's a 1940s PI. The people around him think he's unstable, and are getting fed up with his behavior. When Harry witnesses a murder, no one believes him, and soon Harry and his girlfriend Friday are on the run, hunted by the police, the killer, and even Harry's friends and relatives) $9.99
Blake, Heather Gone with the Witch (Wishcraft #6: PBO; The organizer of the Pawsitively Enchanted pet contest thinks someone is sabotaging the event, and hires Darcy to keep an eye on things. When her lead suspect is found dead and someone starts snatching up pets, can Darcy find the culprit?) $7.99
Bond, Larry Lash-Up (When China provokes a military crisis with the US and starts shooting down GPS satellites, Navy engineer Ray McConnell knows he must act quickly before US military capabilities are crippled) $9.99
Bridge, Kathleen Hearse and Gardens (Hamptons Home & Garden #2: PBO; While helping a friend clear out furniture from a massive estate, Meg discovers a skeleton in one of the bungalows) $7.99
Brown, Rita&Sneaky Pie Tail Gait (Mrs. Murphy #23: When a beloved history professor is gunned down on the golf course in broad daylight, Harry and her furry cohorts begin nosing into the case) $7.99
Carlisle, Kate Ripped from the Pages (Bibliophile #9: In the caves deep under her parents' commune, a room is unearthed containing artwork, rare books, wine, jewelry - and a perfectly mummified body. Brooklyn sets out to solve the mystery of the treasure trove) $7.99
Castillo, Linda After the Storm (Kate Burkholder #7: When a tornado tears through town and unearths human remains, police chief Kate Burkholder finds herself plunged into a decades-old case that takes her into the Amish community to which she once belonged) $7.99
Christopher, Adam Blood and Ink (Elementary: PBO; Novel based on the TV show. Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson investigate when the CFO of a secretive hedge fund is stabbed through the eye with an expensive fountain pen) $7.99
Clarke, Richard A. Pinnacle Event (The investigation of five simultaneous murders on three continents reveals the recent black-market sale of nuclear weapons. But who bought them? And what is their target? US intelligence expert Ray Bowman teams up with agents from Israel and South Africa to prevent the attack) $9.99
Cleverly, Barbara Diana's Altar (Joe Sandilands #13: Cambridge, 1933: When a man dies inside the old All Hallows Church on All Hallows' Eve, Scotland Yard sends Sandilands to investigate. Thrown into a deadly ring of cloak and dagger politics and high society hedonism, he must uncover the truth before the Hellfire Club topples institutions and harms the people he has sworn to protect) $26.95
Cochran, Peg Berry the Hatchet (Cranberry Cove #2: PBO; After the mayor of Cranberry Cove is murdered, Monica's mother and stepmother become suspects when the police find out he was dating both of them) $7.99
Collins, Max Allan Better Dead (Nathan Heller #18: 1950s: Nate Heller is doing legwork for Senator Joe McCarthy, despite not liking the man's witch-hunting tactics. To find out what the CIA has on McCarthy, Heller turns to an army scientist who's having misgivings about his CIA work. And then the scientist goes missing) $26.99
Collins, Max Allan Quarry (alternate title: The Broker) (Quarry #1: Reissue; The assignment was simple for a pro like Quarry: stake out the man's home and kill him. When things go horribly wrong, Quarry has a new mission: learn who hired him, and make the bastard pay) $7.99
Connelly, Michael The Crossing (Harry Bosch #20 / Mickey Haller #6: The murder rap against his client seems ironclad, but defense attorney Mickey Haller is sure it's a setup, and turns to Harry Bosch for help. With secret help from his former LAPD partner Lucia Soto, Bosch turns the investigation inside the police department) $15.99
Cooley, M.P. Flame Out (June Lyons #2: When an arson investigation at an old factory turns up a woman's body sealed in a barrel, police officer June Lyons and her partner expect it to be the factory owner's long-lost wife, but it isn't. As the case grows more complex, June teams up with FBI special agent Hale Bascom to find the truth) $14.99
Cronin, Doreen The Case of the Weird Blue Chicken (Chicken Squad #2: Kids; When a weird blue bird arrives at Chicken Squad HQ squawking about a house-napper, it's up to Dirt, Sugar, Sweetie, and Poppy to uncover the clues and solve the case) $5.99
Cussler, C/Morrison, B Piranha (Oregon Files #10: In 1902, a volcano erupts on Martinique, wiping out a city and sinking a ship carrying a German scientist on the verge of an astonishing breakthrough. More than a century later, Juan Cabrillo and his crew will have to deal with the scientist's legacy) $9.99
Donally, Claire Catch as Cat Can (Sunny & Shadow #5: PBO; When an unknown man is found murdered in the seafood shop's freezer, the police suspect the shop owner. Can Sunny get him off the hook?) $7.99
Durham, David Anthony The Risen (A novel about the superb gladiator Spartacus and the vast slave revolt he led that came very close to bringing Rome and its supposedly invincible legions to their knees) $28.95
Finder, Joseph The Fixer (When Rick Hoffman loses his job, he sets out to renovate his childhood home, empty since his father's stroke. There he makes a discovery that will put his life in peril, and change everything he though he knew about his father) $9.99
Fluke, Joanne Eyes (Reissue; A car salesman, a womanizing bartender, a beloved minister. Minnesota police can't find a connection between their murders, but that's because what links them can't be seen with the naked eye) $7.99
George, Elizabeth The Edge of the Shadows (Becca King #3: YA; Someone is setting fires on Whidbey Island, and Becca King and her friends wonder if one of the newcomers is responsible. Meanwhile, Becca explores her growing extrasensory abilities, encouraged by psychic Diana Kinsale) $10.99
Glatt, John The Lost Girls (Nonfiction. The story of three women, held captive in a Cleveland basement for nearly a decade, and their amazing escape in May 2013) $7.99
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) $15.00
Griffiths, Elly The Woman in Blue (Galloway & Nelson #8: Archaeologist Ruth Galloway, her druid friend Cathbad, and DCI Harry Nelson team up to solve a series of crimes in Little Walsingham, a town famous for religious apparations) $25.00
Haines, Carolyn Bone to Be Wild (Sarah Booth Delaney #15: When her old flame Scott Hampton and his band receive death threats, Sarah Booth jumps in to help investigate) $7.99
Hardisty, Paul E. The Evolution of Fear (Clay Straker #2: Clay is wanted by the CIA for acts of terrorism he didn't commit, his best friend has just been murdered, and the woman he loves has disappeared. Tracking her to Cyprus, he is drawn into a violent struggle between Russian mobsters, Greek Cypriot extremists, and Turkish developers) $14.95
Harris, Sherry All Murders Final! (Sarah Winston #3: PBO; When one of her virtual garage sale clients is murdered, Sarah turns to her police chief ex for help solving the crime) $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) $7.99
Hart, John Redemption Road (A boy with a gun waits for the man who killed his mother. A detective confronts her past in the aftermath of a shooting. After years in prison, a good cop walks free. But for how long? And in the forest, on the altar of an abandoned church, the unthinkable has just happened; Signed copies expected) $27.99
Hechtman, Betty Seams Like Murder (Crochet #10: PBO; When the Hookers find a dead body in the apartment above CeeCee's garage, Molly is determined to find the killer) $7.99
Hiebert, Michael Dream with Little Angels (Leah Teal #1: In 1975, a teenage girl disappeared in Alvin, Alabama. New detective Leah Teal was assigned the case. Months later, the girl turned up dead. Now it's 1987, and another girl goes missing. Then another. Leah is sure these incidents are connected to her unsolved first case - and then Leah's daughter joins the list of missing girls) $9.99
Hill, Susan The Soul of Discretion (Simon Serrailler #8: In a risky undercover operation, Simon must inhabit the mind of the worst kind of criminal. This takes a toll on Simon, and, as the investigation unfolds, on the town and some of its most respected citizens) $15.95
Holt, Hazel Mrs. Malory and Death Is a Word (Mrs. Malory #21: Eva Jackson has returned to the village after the death of her journalist husband. When she decides to compile a book of his unpublished work, a fire breaks out in the garage where his papers are stored. And when Eva meets a suspicious end, Sheila wonders if there's a killer at large) $7.99
Hood, Joshua Clear by Fire (After refusing an order to murder an innocent Afghan family, Mason Kane finds himself on the run, hunted by his former black ops comrades and labeled a terrorist by the country he faithfully served) $9.99
Hughes, Andrew The Convictions of John Delahunt (Dublin, 1841: The murder of a small boy leads to public outcry when the apparent culprit turns out to be an informant in the pay of the authorities at Dublin Castle) $14.95
Janik, Erika Pistols and Petticoats (Nonfiction. A lively exploration of the struggles faced by women in law enforcement and mystery fiction for the past 175 years) $25.95
Johnson, Craig Dry Bones (Walt Longmire #12: 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) $16.00
Jonasson, Jonas Hitman Anders and the Meaning of It All (In a brothel turned low-rent hotel, a fired female priest, a receptionist, and a murderer just out of prison form an unusual new business, quickly building a clientele of rich Swedish gangsters. Things take an unexpected turn when the killer finds Jesus) $15.99
Jones, Peter Veni, Vidi, Vici (A look at the ancient Romans, covering each major period and aspect of the Roman world) $14.95
Kessler, Kate It Takes One (Audrey Harte #1: PBO; When Audrey was 13, she and her friend Maggie killed Maggie's abusive father. Back home after 7 years, Audrey ends up fighting with a drunken Maggie. When Maggie turns up dead, Audrey has to find out who the killer is before everyone blames her) $14.99
Lagercrantz, David Fall of Man in Wilmslow (1954: With a witch-hunt for homosexuals raging across Britain, no one is surprised when mathematician Alan Turing is found dead. It's widely assumed he committed suicide, but DS Leonard Corell, who dreamed of a career in higher mathematics, suspects greater forces are involved) $26.95
Larsson/Lagercrantz The Girl in the Spider's Web (Millennium #4: A continuation of Larsson's series, written by David Lagercrantz. Journalist Mikael Blomkvist gets a call from a trusted source who claims to have information vital to the US. The source has been in contact with a young woman hacker - who resembles someone Blomkvist knows only too well. In desperate need of a scoop, he turns to Lisbeth Salander for help) $16.95
Lee, Harper Go Set a Watchman (1950s: Returning home to Maycomb for a visit, Jean Louise Finch - Scout - struggles with issues both personal and political, involving her father Atticus, society, and the small Alabama town that shaped her) $15.99
Lehane, Con Murder at the 42nd Street Library (Crime fiction collection curator Ray Ambler and NYPD detective Mike Cosgrove investigate when a dead body turns up in a second floor office) $25.99
Lippman, Laura Wilde Lake (Lu Brant's first case as state's attorney dredges up painful memories of 1980, when her brother A.J. saved his best friend at the cost of another man's life. Now she wonders if the events happened as she remembers, and what details might have been withheld from her because she was a child. The more she learns about the case, the more questions arise) $26.99
Logan, Kylie Irish Stewed (Ethnic Eats #1: PBO; Determined to perk up business at her aunt's diner, Laurel plans to feature different ethnic cuisines as specials. But first she'll have to figure out who stabbed a local reporter with the diner's receipt spike) $7.99
Ludlum, R/Mills, K The Patriot Attack (Covert-One #12: An attack on a Japanese warship brings Japan and China to the brink of war just as Covert-One is trying to recover mysterious material from the wreckage of the Fukushima nuclear reactor) $9.99
MacBride, Stuart In the Cold Dark Ground (Logan McRae #10: When DS McRae's missing persons investigation turns up a dead body in the woods, DCI Steel's Major Investigation team charges up from Aberdeen. And, as usual, she wants him to do her job for her) $25.99
Mackay, Malcolm The Night the Rich Men Burned (Violence spills out into the city's streets as the three most powerful rivals in Glasgow's dark and dangerous debt collection business make deadly attempts to outmaneuver one another) $26.00
Massey, Jeremy The Last Four Days of Paddy Buckley (One night, undertaker Paddy Buckley hits a pedestrian crossing the street. When he discovers it's the brother of a Dublin mobster - dead - Paddy drives away. Next day, Paddy finds himself assigned to oversee the funeral arrangements. When events go awry, he is plunged into an unexpected eddy of intrigue, deceit, and treachery) $16.00
Maxwell, Edith Farmed and Dangerous (Local Foods #3: Cam investigates when a cantankerous resident at the local assisted living facility dies after eating some of Cam's produce) $7.99
McDermott, Andy The Revelation Code (Wilde & Chase #10: After Eddie and Nina are kidnapped, Nina learns her captor has plans for her archaeological skills - hunting down a series of ancient stone figures that he believes will reveal all of God's secrets to him) $9.99
McHugh, Mary Bossa Novas, Bikinis, and Bad Ends (Happy Hoofers #4: PBO; The Hoofers' Carnival gig at the most elegant hotel in Rio de Janeiro turns deadly when their Brazilian companion is found dead in her room) $7.99
Oliver, Lauren The Shrunken Head (Curiosity House #1: Kids; Edgar finalist. When the Amazonian shrunken head is stolen from Dumfrey's Dime Museum, orphans Philippa, Sam, Thomas, and Max are determined to get it back. Their search leads them to a series of murders and an explosive secret about their pasts) $6.99
Palmer, Daniel Constant Fear (Andy is part of a computer club that distributes money from the obscenely wealthy to the needy. But this time, they've stolen from the wrong people: a vicious drug cartel that is coming to get its money back) $9.99
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) $9.99
Parker, R/Atkins, A Slow Burn (Spenser #45: Hired to look into a deadly apartment building fire, Spenser learns that, not only was it arson, but it might be tied to similar fires plaguing one of Boston's oldest neighborhoods. He follows the trail through a mire of corruption and greed) $27.00
Parra, Nancy J. Newlywed Dead (Perfect Proposals #3: PBO; When the bartender at her sister's wedding drops dead from a lethal nightcap, the authorities think it's a tragic accident, but Pepper suspects murder) $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) $9.99
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) $16.00
Quinn, Spencer Woof (Bowser & Birdie #1: Kids; Agatha finalist. 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) $7.99
Quinn, Spencer Arf (Bowser & Birdie #2: Kids; Bowser has questions. Why is Birdie looking worried? Who broke into their house? Why is the new girl in town digging into the mystery of what happened to Birdie's dad, a policeman killed in the line of duty? Bowser better keep his ears perked and his paws ready, because a cold case is heating up) $16.99
Riggs, Cynthia Bloodroot (Martha's Vineyard #12: When a patient dies at a Martha's Vineyard dental office, and then the offfice receptionist's body turns up floating in the harbor, 92-year-old sleuth Victoria Trumbull takes on the case) $25.99
Robb, Candace The Service of the Dead (Kate Clifford #1: 14th-century York: Determined to be independent after her husband's death, Kate Clifford opens a guest house, and also rents bedchambers where wealthy men can discreetly entertain their mistresses. When a guest is murdered and his female companion disappears, can Kate discover those responsible before the scandal ruins her business?) $25.95
Sandford, John Extreme Prey (Lucas Davenport #26: The governor is cranking up a presidential campaign, and invites Lucas to join his campaign staff. It's kind of fun, until they find they have a shadow - an armed man intent on killing the governor and anyone who gets in the way) $29.00
Sands, Kevin The Blackthorn Key (Kids; Edgar finalist. When a mysterious cult begins to prey on London's apothecaries, apprentice Christopher Rowe must use every skill he's learned to uncover the key to a terrible secret) $7.99
Scott, Cavan The Patchwork Devil (Sherlock Holmes: 1919: While the world awaits the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, Holmes and Watson investigate a severed hand. It belongs to a soldier who supposedly died in the trenches two years earlier - but it's fresh. The mystery puts Holmes on the trail of a descendant of Victor Frankenstein) $14.95
Slaughter, Karin Pretty Girls (Years ago, Claire and Lydia's young sister Julia vanished. The two have not spoken since. Now Claire's husband has been murdered. What could connect the two tragedies? Claire and Lydia look to the past, unearthing the secrets that destroyed their family) $9.99
Smith, Karen Rose Silence of the Lamps (Caprice De Luca #5: PBO; When a rival caterer is bludgeoned to death with an antique lamp, Nikki is the #1 suspect. Can Caprice clear her sister's name?) $7.99
Smith, Wilbur Golden Lion (1784: A truce has been made between the English and the Dutch, ending long years of battle on the seas, and Hal Courtney sails his ship in search of fortune and treasure. But though the war is over, the final battle has not been won) $9.99
Stewart, Amy Girl Waits with Gun (1914: Constance Kopp towers over most men, and has no interest in marriage or domesticity. When a belligerent factory owner smashes into the Kopp sisters' buggy, her demand that he pay for the damages turns into a war of bricks, bullets, and threats. The sheriff enlists Constance's help in convicting the men responsible) $14.95
Tanenbaum, Robert K. Trap (Butch Karp #27: A fatal blast rocks a book signing. The author was NYC's leading advocate for charter schools, and also a Holocaust survivor. A neo-Nazi is the prime suspect, but DA Butch Karp wonders if the hate crime is a smokescreen for another motive) $9.99
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) $7.99
Thompson, Victoria Murder in Morningside Heights (Gaslight #19: Abigail Northrup had joined the ranks of the New Women, planning for a life without a husband and working as an instructor at a women's college. When the police declare her death an accident, her parents turn to private detective Frank Malloy. Difficulties arise when Frank and Sarah learn that Miss Northrup lived in a world of secrets and lies) $26.00
Thynne, Jane The Pursuit of Pearls (Clara Vine #2: On the eve of WWII, Clara Vine goes inside Berlin's Faith and Beauty school - a finishing school that serves as a training ground for the wives of the Nazi elite - to search for the truth behind a startling murder) $16.00
Viets, Elaine Checked Out (Dead-End Job #14: Hired to find a valuable watercolor that may have been tucked inside a donated book, Helen becomes a library volunteer. She learns 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) $7.99
Viets, Elaine The Art of Murder (Dead-End Job #15: Helen and her friend Margery observe a painting class at a mansion turned museum, and note an up-and-coming artist. When they later see her deadly end, Helen is hired to go undercover and scope out the crime scene) $25.00
Wilde, Darcie A Useful Woman (Rosalind Thorne #1: PBO; The influential women of Regency London society have learned they can rely on Rosalind Thorne's wit and discretion. When an aristocratic wastrel is found dead in Almack's ballroom, Rosalind must use her skills and connections to uncover the killer) $15.00
Yakumaru, Gaku A Cop's Eyes (A linked series of short stories. Reassigned from a juvenile detention center, a job that required him to have faith in humanity, to the police department and a job that sees everyone as a suspect, detective Natsume patiently listens to all the people involved, diligently checks their stories, and digs up the truth to resolve his cases) $22.95


Axelrod, Steven Nantucket Grand (Henry Kennis #3: Could a series of disturbing crimes over a period of months all be connected? Cozy mystery author Jan Stiles thinks it's possible, but police chief Henry Kennis has his doubts) $15.95
Barr, Nevada Boar Island (Anna Pigeon #18: At her new posting at Acadia National Park in Maine, Anna tries to help a friend's daughter deal with cyberbullying and a stalker) $26.99
Brown, Rita&Sneaky Pie Tall Tail (Mrs. Murphy #24: Harry's investigation into a woman's suspicious death leads back to 1784 and the hunt for a brutal slaveholder's murderer. Now it's up to Harry and her furry cohorts to expose the bitter truth and corner a callous killer) $27.00
Cartmel, Andrew Written in Dead Wax (Vinyl Detective #1: He hunts out rare and elusive LPs; his business card describes him as the 'Vinyl Detective. Now a mysterious woman wants to pay him a large sum to find a priceless lost jazz recording on behalf of a wealthy (and rather sinister) client) $14.95
Corby, Gary The Singer from Memphis (Nicolaos #6: Would-be author Herodotus has hired Nico and Diotima to accompany him on a research trip to Egypt. But with Egypt rebelling against the Persians, three different armies roaming the countryside, pirates at sea, and crocodiles in the river, what was supposed to be a simple historical investigation turns into a dangerous adventure) $26.95
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) $22.00
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) $14.95
Denning, G.S. A Study in Brimstone (Warlock Holmes: Warlock Holmes is a good man, perhaps, and certainly a font of arcane power. But he's brilliantly dim. Luckily, Dr. Watson is always there to guide him through the treacherous shoals of Victorian propriety, and save him from a gruesome death every now and then) $12.95
Estleman, Loren D. Cape Hell (Page Murdock #9: US Deputy Page Murdock is dispatched to Cape Hell, Mexico, to investigate a report that a former Confederate captain is raising an army to take over Mexico City, and then intends to head north to rekindle the Civil War) $24.99
Flower, Amanda The Final Tap (Living History Museum #2: PBO; For the Barton Farm Maple Sugar Festival, director Kelsey Cambridge hires a curmudgeonly expert to teach the classes, a decision she regrets when the man is murdered) $14.99
Grecian, Alex Lost and Gone Forever (Murder Squad #5: Inspector Walter Day has been missing for a year, and it's strongly suspected that Saucy Jack has him. Private detective Nevil Hammersmith has made finding Day his primary case, and he has company, a pair of bounty hunters. But he is gradually coming to realize that they are not what they seem) $27.00
Gutcheon, Beth Death at Breakfast (Retirees Maggie Detweiler and Hope Babbin are off to Maine to visit Hope's son, deputy sheriff Buster Babbin, and attend a cooking class at an inn. When an obnoxious fellow guest is found dead, Maggie and Hope decide Buster's investigation could use their help) $25.99
Hamilton, Steve The Second Life of Nick Mason (Nick Mason #1: Nick Mason makes a deal with a criminal mastermind. Nick will be released from his prison term, but in return, when his cell phone rings, Nick must answer and follow whatever order he's given. Forced to commit increasingly dangerous crimes, hunted by the relentless detective who put him behind bars, and desperate to go straight, Nick will have to risk everything to break free; unabridged audiobook $35.00) $26.00
Hirahara, Naomi Sayonara Slam (Mas Arai #6: PBO; Japan is facing Korea in the World Baseball Classic at Dodger Stadium. Curmudgeonly gardener Mas Arai finds himself embroiled in a murder case when a Japanese tabloid writer drops dead on the field) $16.00
Jennings, Maureen No Known Grave (Tom Tyler #3: Reissue; Arthur Ellis finalist. 1942: At a Shropshire convalescent hospital, staffed by Anglican nuns devoted to helping victims of war, DI Tom Tyler investigates a double murder) $14.95
Johnson, Craig The Highwayman (Walt Longmire: Novella. When Rosey Wayman is transferred to the Wind River Canyon, an area notorious for a lack of radio communication, she starts receiving 'officer needs assistance' calls - coming from Bobby Womack, a legendary Arapaho patrolman who met a fiery death in the canyon decades ago. With an investigation that spans this world and the next, Sheriff Walt Longmire and Henry Standing Bear take on a case that pits them against a legend: The Highwayman) $20.00
Johnston, Linda O. To Catch a Treat (Barkery & Biscuits #2: PBO; After confronting the woman they suspect is kidnapping purebred pets, Carrie's brother and his girlfriend wind up on the suspect list when the woman is murdered. Can Carrie solve the mystery?) $14.99
Kiely, Tracy Killer Cocktail (Nic & Nigel #2: PBO; When Nic and Nigel attend an Academy Awards afterparty, they discover behind the scenes footage from a film known for backstage love triangles and the tragic death of its star) $14.99
Lawson, Jessica Nooks & Crannies (Kids; Tabitha doesn't have a friend in the world except her pet mouse Pemberley. When she and 5 other children are invited to a country estate, the other children begin disappearing. With Pemberley at her side, Tabitha sets out to solve the mystery) $7.99
Mattich, Alen The Heart of Hell (Marko della Torre #3: 1991: Croatia has declared independence, leading to civil war in Yugoslavia. Rebecca Vees and two other US agents have been killed. Marko della Torre was the last one to see Rebecca alive; US authorities coerce him into locating the man they think is responsible for the deaths: corrupt Zagreb cop Julius Strumbic) $15.95
May, Peter Extraordinary People (alternate title: Dry Bones) (Enzo Files #1: Reissue; Jacques Gaillard vanished 10 years ago. Can forensics expert Enzo Macleod figure out what happened by applying new science to the old case? The mystery leads deep into the Paris catacombs, where he unearths disturbing clues deliberately left behind by a killer) $14.99
McCrumb, Sharyn Prayers the Devil Answers (1936: Ellie Robbins has long proven she can handle herself, but when she is appointed to serve out her late husband's term as sheriff of a Tennessee town, the demands are challenging. When dark secrets come to light, she must struggle with small town superstitions and the tenuous ties she shares with a condemned killer as she carves out a place for herself) $25.99
McMillen, R.J. Green River Falling (Dan Connor #3: Pipeline employees have been murdered, and a journalist is missing. All the clues point to a Haida man, but Walker is convinced his friend is innocent. When RCMP officer Dan Connor is pulled into the investigation, he and Walker search for the truth) $14.95
Nettmann, Nadine Decanting a Murder (Sommelier #1: PBO; The Sommelier Certification Exam was supposed to be the toughest part of Katie Sitwell's week, but that was before a dead body was found at a Napa Valley winery party. When the evidence points to her best friend Tessa, Katie drops everything to clear Tessa's name) $14.99
Oates, Joyce Carol Jack of Spades (When a venerated mystery writer is accused of plagiarism by a strange woman from his small town, his life and sanity begin to unravel) $15.00
Preston, D/Child, L Beyond the Ice Limit (Gideon Crew #4: 5 years ago, a gigantic meteorite - actually a complex organism from the reaches of space - implanted itself deep under the ocean. Now it's growing, and the mission to save the planet requires Gideon's expertise with nuclear weapons. He and his team soon discover the organism has no intention of going quietly) $27.00
Pronzini, Bill Zigzag (Nameless Detective: Collection. 2 novellas and 2 stories) $24.99
Rowland, John Murder in the Museum (Inspector Shelley #7: Reissue; Originally published in 1938. When a professor breathes his last in the British Museum Reading Room, it looks like natural causes, but Inspector Shelley's suspicions are aroused. Museum visitor Henry Fairhurst adds his detective talents to the baffling case) $12.95
Sarenbrant, Sofie Killer Deal (Emma Skold #1: Police inspector Emma Skold investigates a series of murders tied to open-house showings in a posh Stockholm suburb) $16.95
Simenon, Georges Felicie (alternate title: Maigret and the Toy Village) (Maigret #25: As he investigates an old sailor's murder, Maigret matches wits with Felicie, an adversary as skilled in innuendo and evasion as Maigret is in deduction.) $12.00

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