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Proven Guilty (The Dresden Files, Book 8)

From Publishers Weekly Harry Dresden, Chicago's only consulting wizard, takes on phobophages, creatures that feed on fear who attack a horror film convention, in the diverting eighth installment [...]

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Flowers for the Judge: Albert Campion 7

Review 'Albert Campion is the most sprightly detective of them all, and along with sharp characterizations and vivid, witty dialog, he helps make Miss Allingham's mysteries the joy they are -- Ch [...]

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A Welcome Grave (Lincoln Perry)

From Publishers Weekly Starred Review. Edgar-finalist Koryta stakes a claim as one of today's pre-eminent crafters of contemporary hard-boiled mysteries with his third Lincoln Perry whodunit (aft [...]

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Gun Machine (Thorndike Large Print Crime Scene)

From Booklist Detective John Tallow is a classic burnout, sleepwalking on the job until the day his supercop partner (and only friend) is killed by a shotgun-wielding lunatic. The incident was Ta [...]

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Midnight in Death (In Death Series)

Review Gritty and steamy. -- BooklistVery suspenseful. -- Literary Times --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Read m [...]

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The Case of the Yellow Diamond (The Sean Sean Mysteries)

About the Author Before he became a mystery writer and reviewer, Brookins was a freelance photographer, a public television program director, a cable TV administrator, and a counselor and faculty [...]

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The Jericho Journals

THE JERICHO JOURNALS The eccentric San Miguel painter, Edward Jericho, is known for his unannounced absences, but usually he cleans his brushes before he leaves. It would be so like him to be off in search of one of the [...]

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Wicked Craving (A Savannah Reid Mystery)

From Publishers Weekly When Maria Wellman, the unpopular wife of philandering diet guru Dr. Robert Wellman, is found dead on the beach below the couple's cliff-top estate, Savannah Reid investiga [...]

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The Saints of the Lost and Found

From Publishers Weekly Avery Marie Broussard, the narrator of this repetitive novel from Causey (Bobbie Faye's Very (Very, Very, Very) Bad Day), comes from a family of con artists with unusual gi [...]

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Playing the Mind Game Exercises with Her

A woman becomes involved with a mysterious, powerful individual after there is a deadly at-fault accident on her part. Her identity is changed and becomes a part of his global altering plans. [...]

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The Second Chair (Dismas Hardy (Paperback))

From Publishers Weekly Lescroart starts slowly and takes too much time building reader interest in this latest addition to his acclaimed San Francisco legal suspense series featuring lawyer Disma [...]

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Basha

From Booklist When Amon Weizman saw a young Palestinian, Ahmed Naji, hanging around the Tel Aviv tennis courts, he knew that the boy could become a champion. After promising Ahmed's parents that [...]

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Exhume (Dr. Schwartzman Series)

About the Author Danielle Girard is the author of nine previous novels, including Chasing Darkness and Savage Art, as well as The Rookie Club series. Her books have won the Barry Award and the RT [...]

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The Good Soldier: A Tale of Passion (Penguin Classics)

Amazon.com Review First published in 1915, Ford Madox Ford's The Good Soldier begins, famously and ominously, 'This is the saddest story I have ever heard.' The book then proceeds to confute this [...]

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Father; Unknown

About the Author After investing and winning in the real estate market, then winning and losing some battles in the stock market this is Doug Kabreys first full length novel. He married his high [...]

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Snowbound

From Publishers Weekly At the start of this overwrought thriller from Crouch (Abandon), attorney Will Innis's wife, Rachael, fails to come home from a late night at work. Her car is found on an A [...]

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The Book of Jake

About the Author Reborn in December 1954, I arrived in the soon to be suburban northwest Connecticut. Growing up was very average. I was very average??C, C+??much to my parents? misgivings. Thank [...]

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The Fisherman's Son

Review A real David and Goliath story expertly packaged within the setting of the fishing community of Gloucester. -- Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Scott Katz, February 7, 2005Lawyer's novel has [...]

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Secrets in the air (Volume 1)

A flight attendant becomes suspicious when two young girls appear drugged on a flight to Las Vegas. Her fears become real when she herself is kidnapped and discovers she must do whatever it takes to save the young girls [...]

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