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A Shameful Murder by Harrison, Cora

A Shameful Murder

Jul 6, 2015
Shakespeare No More - A Jacobean Mystery by Hays, Tony

Shakespeare No More - A Jacobean Mystery

Jul 6, 2015
A sense of entitlement / Anna Loan-Wilsey. by Loan-Wilsey, Anna, author.

A sense of entitlement / Anna Loan-Wilsey.

When her job takes her to Newport, Rhode Island, traveling secretary and sleuth Hattie Davish finds herself in the middle of a labor dispute that results in murder, forcing her to search for a killer amongst the town's gentry.

Jul 6, 2015
The scribe - a novel by Guinn, Matthew.

The scribe - a novel

Jul 6, 2015
Robert B. Parker's the Devil wins - a Jesse Stone novel by Coleman, Reed Farrel, 1956-

Robert B. Parker's the Devil wins - a Jesse Stone novel

Jul 6, 2015
Resorting to murder - holiday mysteries by

Resorting to murder - holiday mysteries

Holidays offer us the luxury of getting away from it all. So, in a different way, do detective stories. This collection of vintage mysteries combines both those pleasures. From a golf course at the English seaside to a pension in Paris, and from a Swiss mountain resort to the cliffs of Normandy, this new selection shows the enjoyable and unexpected ways in which crime writers have used summer holidays as a theme. These fourteen stories range widely across the golden age of British crime fiction.

Jul 6, 2015
Scam chowder by Corrigan, Maya, author.

Scam chowder

Jul 6, 2015
Run you down by Dahl, Julia, 1977- author.

Run you down

"New York City tabloid reporter Rebekah Roberts knows almost nothing about the mother who abandoned her as an infant. Aviva Kagan was just a teenager when she left her Hasidic Jewish life in Brooklyn for a fling with a college boy from Florida - and then disappeared. When Rebekah hears about a young Hasidic mother found dead in her bathtub in upstate New York, she thinks there might be a story in it. And as she looks closer, she discovers that the woman once knew Aviva's younger brother, Sam. Re

Jul 6, 2015
A wicked deed by Gregory, Susanna, 1958-

A wicked deed

"The murder of a student priest prompts Matthew Bartholomew to investigate, uncovering superstition and heresy at the heart of the Suffolk Parish where he has been sent to formally accept a gift."--

Jul 6, 2015
A summer of discontent by Gregory, Susanna, 1958-

A summer of discontent

"When the Bishop of Ely is accused of murder, Matthew Bartholomew investigates the crime and in the midst of his inquiry is forced to acknowledge that another recently discovered corpse could be connected to the first crime."--

Jul 6, 2015
A masterly murder by Gregory, Susanna, 1958-

A masterly murder

"It is a gloomy November day, and a corpse is just the beginning of the intrigue. Matthew Bartholomew recognizes the deceased as the book-bearer of Michaelhouse Fellow John Runham. The death looks like suicide, but before Bartholomew can confirm it, there is a second tragedy. Meanwhile, at Michaelhouse itself, the Master announces his retirement, to everyone’s surprise—everyone, that is, except the ruthless Runham, who is hastily elected. Runham demands that Bartholomew choose between his teachi

Jul 6, 2015
Rattlesnake crossing by Jance, Judith A.

Rattlesnake crossing

Sheriff Joanna Brady attempts to catch a serial killer who keeps the victims' scalps as souvenirs and uses a gun stolen from a slain arms dealer's collection as the weapon.

Jul 6, 2015
Drawing fire by Cantore, Janice.

Drawing fire

Homicide detective Abby Hart's investigation of a possible serial killer sees her joining forces with irritating private detective and potential witness Luke Murphy, but as the case progresses it leads to a painful cold case from Abby's past.

Jul 6, 2015
Devoted in death by Robb, J. D., 1950-

Devoted in death

Jul 6, 2015
The Devil's Monk by Fraser, Sara

The Devil's Monk

Jul 6, 2015
A Deceptive Homecoming by Loan-Wilsey, Anna

A Deceptive Homecoming

Jul 6, 2015
Double whammy by Hiaasen, Carl.

Double whammy

In big stakes bass fishing tournaments, contestants will do anything to win. Maybe tht's why there is a corpse floating in Coon Bog. Now it's up to R.J. Decker, novice private investigator, to find out who was dying to get the biggest fish. Help comes in the unlikely form of Skink, a half-mad hermit with a taste for road kill.--

Jul 6, 2015
Desperate measures - a novel by Orchard, Sandra.

Desperate measures - a novel

Researcher Kate Adams has finally pinpointed the supposed "miracle plant" that tore her family apart years ago. She's certain that discovering its secrets is her only hope of solving the mystery surrounding her father's disappearance. She's willing to risk anything to find the truth, including her relationship with Detective Tom Parker. But with so many people in pursuit of the plant, going it alone might be a fatal mistake.

Jul 6, 2015
Wreck the halls by Graves, Sarah.

Wreck the halls

"Jacobia Tiptree's plans to spend the Christmas holidays renovating her home take a backseat when Faye Anne Carmody is accused of taking an axe to her no-good husband, but when another local citizen turns up dead, Jake begins to suspect a more fiendish murder plot."--

Jul 6, 2015
Death in Salem by Kuhns, Eleanor.

Death in Salem

"It's 1796, and traveling weaver Will Rees is visiting Salem, Massachusetts. He's in town to buy a luxurious gift for his pregnant wife, a few yards of well-made fabric from the traders at the famed Salem harbor. While traveling through Salem, however, Rees comes upon a funeral procession for the deceased Mrs. Antiss Boothe. When Rees happens upon Twig, a friend who fought alongside him in the war, he learns that Mrs. Boothe had been very ill, and her death had not come as a surprise. But the ne

Jul 6, 2015