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A Question of Identity
$15.95
The murder of an old woman rocks the town of Lafferton. The murderer has left a distinctive "sign" on the body and at the scene of the crime.Simon Serrailler is obliged to delve deeper and scratch out answers in this addictive mystery of surpassing darkness by the bestselling Susan Hill. Learn More

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A Whispered Name: A Father Anselm Thriller
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Father Anselm investigates the atrocities of war in this gripping mystery, proving that no one can truly escape the darkness of their past. Learn More

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Act of Fear
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Since fate forced Dan Fortune to go straight, he has become the resident private eye of the run-down Chelsea part of Manhattan, chiseling out a career of divorce work and subpoena delivery. But a big case is coming his way. A beat cop is mugged in broad daylight and the only possible witness disappears the next morning. Learn More

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After You with the Pistol
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Another deliciously nasty, highly entertaining, comic masterpiece featuring the honorable Charlie Mortdecai. Learn More

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Another Woman
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Another bestseller Penny Vincenzi’s fan are waiting for. “Nobody writes smart, page-turning commercial women’s fiction like Vincenzi” —USA Today Learn More

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Bedlam
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Following the notable debut of The Secret Adventures of Charlotte Brontë, beloved author Laura Joh Rowland offers her legions of fans the next installment in the Charlotte Brontë mystery series… with more to come. Learn More

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Bedlam (Paperback)
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Struggling with romantic entanglements and her stressful rise to prominence on the literary scene, Charlotte Bronte is more alone than ever. While visiting London, Charlotte tours Bedlam and is sure she recognizes Mr. Slade, her long-missing ex-lover, strapped to one of the stretchers. Charlotte starts digging, and soon finds herself trying to reveal a secret that some would kill to protect. It is up to Charlotte to find the truth and expose a plot of global proportion. But what if the conspirators get to her first?



Laura Joh Rowland is the author of fifteen other mysteries, including the critically acclaimed The Secret
Adventures of Charlotte Bronte;
, The Snow Empress, and The Cloud Pavilion. She was educated at the University of Michigan and lives in New York City with her husband and cat.



“Sharply relevant, Rowland’s inventive action-thriller delivers enough intrigue and romance to satisfy a wide array of readers.”--Booklist

“[Rowland] creates a believable Charlotte whose intelligence, stubbornness, and wit recall Jane at every turn. Even more important, the mystery itself is particularly fine.”--Entertainment Weekly

“Rowland simply refuses to let readers lift their eyes from the page.”--Minneapolis Star-Tribune

“This delightful and sophisticated mystery transports readers through an era of Victorian history, with Charlotte Bronte; leading the way... A must read for historical fans.”--Romantic Times

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The Betrayal of Trust
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A cold case comes back to life in the "eagerly awaited" (P.D. James) sixth book of the addictive Simon Serrailler detective series. Learn More

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Black Knight in Red Square
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Built in the twilight of the Tsarist state, Moscow’s Metropole Hotel is a poignant reminder of the decadence of the last regime. But today its corridors are musty, its rooms are dank, and now its restaurant is the scene of a quadruple murder. To keep the killings under wraps, the Kremlin hands the investigation over to famously discreet police investigator Porfiry Rostnikov. A terrorist is targeting foreigners to embarrass the Soviet state, and the killer will happily sacrifice any Russian who gets in the way.


Praise for the work of Stuart M. Kaminsky:

“The Ed McBain of Mother Russia.” —Kirkus Reviews“[Kaminksy] had an uncanny knack for summoning up the feel of cities and even lost eras, and doing so in a few details.” —Booklist



Stuart M. Kaminsky (1934–2009) was one of the most prolific crime fiction authors of the last four decades. In 1981’s Death of a Dissident, Kaminsky debuted Moscow police detective Porfiry Rostnikov, whose stories were praised for their accurate depiction of Soviet life. In all, Kaminsky wrote more than sixty novels. Learn More

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Carolina Skeletons
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“This sensitive, well-written book is full of compassion and understanding.” —The New York Times Learn More

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