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The Overlook Press specializes in reviving the finest rediscovered crime classics of the past and publishing today’s most outstanding writers of mystery, suspense, espionage and thrillers. Ranging from police procedurals and psycho-noir to international potboilers and serial killer thrillers, Overlook produces today’s most original and riveting tales of literary intrigue.  Contemporary classics from international stars R.J. Ellory, Gerald Seymour, Susan Hill, and Eoin Colfer carry on the rich tradition established by veteran masters including award-winning storytellers Robert Littell and Charles McCarry.

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The Last Supper
$26.95

Perhaps the most richly complex of McCarry s renowned Paul Christopher novels, The Last Supper is an epic recreation of the history of an organization ensnared by a culture of conspiracy, deceit, and senseless violence

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The Last Supper (Paperback)
$15.95

Perhaps the most richly complex of McCarry s renowned Paul Christopher novels, The Last Supper is an epic recreation of the history of an organization ensnared by a culture of conspiracy, deceit, and senseless violence

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The Late Great Creature
$14.00
The "funniest tour de force" (Time) about an old-time horror-movie actor who makes a sensation with his final performance Learn More

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Legends
$25.95
Who is Martin Odum A retired spy, or a "legend," a false identity created by the CIA The answer is in the gripping new novel by the author of The Company. Learn More

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Lethal Injection
$12.95
The gritty noir cult classic is now back in print—and the first of nine Nisbet books from Overlook! Learn More

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Lookout Cartridge
$16.95
A riveting novel rich with suspense and intrigue by the author rightly compared to Pynchon and Delillo. Learn More

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The Man in the Picture
$15.00
From the author of the Simon Serrailler mysteries, a gothic tale of high art and gruesome ends Learn More

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The Man Who Never Returned
$15.00
Judge Joe Crater’s disappearance in 1930 spawned countless conspiracy theories and captured the imagination of a nation caught in the grip of The Depression. Fifteen years later, Fintan Dunne, the detective encountered in Quinn’s novel Hour of the Cat, recently retired and bored, answers a summons to New York where he is asked to solve the old case for a newspaper magnate interested in making a profit.

Dunne confronts haphazard investigating, aggrieved participants, and a grieving spouse as he travels from New York to Los Angeles and Havana, wading through decades-old clues in an attempt to solve the mystery still baffling America. Peter Quinn once again has written a compelling blend of history and fiction that is simply unputdownable. Learn More

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The Miernik Dossier
$24.95
Charles McCarry's first novel, praised as "a fast moving tale of Byzantine intrigue" by The New York Times Learn More

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The Miernik Dossier (Paperback)
$14.95
Charles McCarry's first novel, praised as "a fast moving tale of Byzantine intrigue" by The New York Times Learn More

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