#4
Search

Cabal: An Aurelio Zen Mystery

From Publishers Weekly Emblematic of the many deceptions and misconceptions upon which the latest stylish Aurelio Zen mystery turn are the layered, radical fashions of a hot new Italian designer [...]

View More
#4
Book

Bell, Book & Candlemas (A Wiccan Wheel Mystery)

About the Author Jennifer David Hesse is an environmental attorney by day and author by night.?Born and raised in Central Illinois, Jennifer now makes her home in Chicago with her husband, guitar [...]

View More
#5
Book

The Enlightened (Mind Dimensions Book 3) (Volume 3)

From a USA Today bestselling author comes the exciting continuation of the Mind Dimensions series Kidnapped. Consciousness expanded. And that was just the start of my day. I always thought I was a nice enough guy. Th [...]

View More
#4
Book

Serpents in the Cold (The Boston Saga)

Review 'Brutally realistic . . . The authors give us one last, lingering look at the good-bad old days.'?Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review'There is a classic noir sensibility at work in [...]

View More
#1
Search

The Skeleton in the Closet

From Publishers Weekly Taking a break from her two long-running series (Agatha Raisin and Hamish Macbeth), Beaton introduces a pair of engaging misfits whose struggles to cope with overbearing fa [...]

View More
#3
Access

The Deader the Better: A Leo Waterman Mystery (Leo Waterman Mysteries)

From Publishers Weekly Lots of smooth, wiseacre talk powers this agreeable caper past two major shortcomings: a near-overpowering intro section and a woefully underdeveloped big-scam ending that [...]

View More
#2
Book

Tall Tail: A Mrs. Murphy Mystery

Review Praise for the Mrs. Murphy Mysteries by Rita Mae Brown and Sneaky Pie Brown ? ?As feline collaborators go, you couldn?t ask for better than Sneaky Pie Brown.??The New York Times Book Revi [...]

View More
#1
Read

The Complete Sherlock Holmes Volume I (Volume 1)

Excerpt. ? Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. From Kyle Freeman?s Introduction to The Complete Sherlock Holmes, Volume I?Arthur Conan Doyle began writing A Study in Scarlet in 1886 whi [...]

View More
#5
Book

Line of Vision

Amazon.com Review Penzler Pick, : First-time author David Ellis captures the imagination from the very first page with the voice of Marty Kalish, an investment banker in a tony company. Marty rec [...]

View More
#2
Access

Death of a Gossip (Hamish Macbeth Mysteries, No. 1)

From the Inside Flap When a famous gossip columnist is murdered at the local fishing school, no one is ready to talk. It's up to Hamish Macbeth, with the inspiring assistance of the lovely Prisci [...]

View More
#5
Book

A Medal for Murder (A Kate Shackleton Mystery)

From Booklist Two unrelated events bring private detective and WWI widow Kate Shackleton to Harrogate on a warm Friday afternoon in August 1922. She is attending the amateur theater production a [...]

View More
#3
Read

The Judas Virus

"A fast-paced medical mystery with believable characters and plenty of twists and turns."-Leonard S. GoldbergIt was a miracle-until a killer turned it into a weapon.When Dr. Chris Collins's estranged father, Wa [...]

View More
#4
Search

Area 51

Review Reviews for Bob Mayer's science fiction:Kirkus? 'A crackling science thrillerin the vein of Crichton that mixes action with science fiction.'Publishers Weekly.? 'The bestcombination of sci [...]

View More
#4
Read

Gentleman Rogue (Infernum) (Volume 3)

About the Author Born and raised in the Chicagoland area, Percival Constantine grew up on a fairly consistent diet of superhero comics, action movies, video games, and TV shows. At the age of ten [...]

View More
#3
Search

Operation Soldier Next Door (Cutter's Code)

About the Author Justine Davis lives on Puget Sound in Washington State, watching big ships and the occasional submarine go by, and sharing the neighborhood with assorted wildlife, including a pa [...]

View More
#3
Read

Triumph

About the Author The author was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1947 and is the son of Mary and Lou. He attended public high school, where he met his wife of 48 years, Carol. He served in the [...]

View More
#4
Book

The Case of the Negligent Nymph

Stated First Printing September 1954. Book # 1029. Clean unmarked copy. Normal foxing. Normal shelf and edge wear from handling. Small tears along bottom end of spine. Creases along spine. Satisfaction guaranteed! [...]

View More
#2
Book

Cold Harbour (Dougal Munro & Jack Carter)

From Publishers Weekly In his latest thriller, Higgins ( The Eagle Has Landed ) returns to familiar territory with nothing very new to offer. As D-day approaches in Europe, the Allied command lea [...]

View More
#4
Read

Wounds of Attachment (An American in Beijing) (Volume 2)

From the Author An American in Beijing political thriller series set in contemporary China, jumps from one side of the country to the other.? In the next book of the series, Wounds of Attachment, [...]

View More
#1
Book

Quest for Honor

About the Author David Tindell was born in Germany and grew up in southern Wisconsin. Today he lives up in the northwestern corner of the state, in a log home on a lake with his wife Sue, their Y [...]

View More