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jacqueline-winspear's picture
Jan.13.2013
In Leaving Everything Most Loved by New York Times bestselling author Jacqueline Winspear, Maisie Dobbs investigates the murder of Indian immigrants in London.   The year is 1933. Maisie Dobbs is contacted by an Indian gentleman who has come to England in the hopes of finding out who killed...
garry-vaux's picture
Jan.21.2011
House Demons will explain all of life’s little mysteries, and guarantees to change the way you view your life forever! Why do you lose your car keys? Why do socks go missing? Why do you forget why you’ve walked into a room, and many more of these day to day puzzles, all thanks to the research of...
garry-vaux's picture
Jan.21.2011
House Demons will explain all of life’s little mysteries, and guarantees to change the way you view your life forever! Why do you lose your car keys? Why do socks go missing? Why do you forget why you’ve walked into a room, and many more of these day to day puzzles, all thanks to the research of...
sean-beaudoin's picture
Jan.18.2011
He’s come to do a job. A job that involves a body. A body wrapped in duct tape found hanging from the goal posts at the end of the football field. You Killed Wesley Payne is a truly original and darkly hilarious update of classic pulp-noir, in which hard-boiled seventeen year old Dalton Rev...
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Jan.12.2011
In the summer of 1932, Maisie Dobbs's career takes an exciting new turn when she accepts an undercover assignment directed by Scotland Yard's Special Branch and the Secret Service. Posing as a junior lecturer, she is sent to a private college in Cambridge to monitor any activities, "not in the...
r-barri-flowers's picture
Aug.01.2009
A mystery and suspense anthology of twenty-two thrilling stories by award-winning, bestselling members of the American Crime Writers League. Includes the following contributors: Introduction by Jan Burke"Murder Past, Murder Present" by R. Barri Flowers"For the Love of the Grape...
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Jul.07.2009
"I like the wide sweep of it. There are many mysteries between father and son that people don't talk about... There's much leaping, but each line, so to speak, steps firmly on something solid. The father figure comes through consistently, there's a lot of buoyancy, and the son is consistent...