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One Deadly Game (McCall Malone Mysteries) (Volume 3)

About the Author Glenn Harris is the author of the Clint McCall - Devon Malone Mystery series featuring two Portland, Oregon, private detectives. He lives and writes in the middle of the Columbia [...]

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Guardians of the Night (A Gideon and Sirius Novel)

About the Author Hailed as being ?one of the best writers in the mystery field today? by Publishers Weekly, Alan Russell is the bestselling author of such acclaimed novels as Burning Man, St. Nic [...]

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Dead to the Last Drop (A Coffeehouse Mystery)

Review Praise for the Coffeehouse Mysteries ? 'Coyle's Coffeehouse books are superb.'?Library Journal (starred review) ? ?Fun and gripping.??The Huffington Post ? ?Highly satisfying.? ?Publishers [...]

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The Witching on the Wall: A Cozy Myster (Witchy Women of Coven Grove) (Volume 1)

The Seven Caves tourist attraction has been a safe haven for 20 year old Bailey Robinson, that is until murder strikes a failing movie star in one of the Caves. The celebrity grew up in the town near the Seven Caves and [...]

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Splitsville.com

About the Author About The Author Tonya is an Amazon Movers and Shakers, and International bestselling author. She writes humorous cozy mystery and women?s fiction that involves quirky characters [...]

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Think Zebras

About the Author Kathryn Scott, DrPH is passionate about public health, and she wrote Think Zebras to share her love of the discipline and admiration for its practitioners with others. Kathryn be [...]

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Fonduing Fathers (A White House Chef Mystery)

Review Praise for the national bestselling White House Chef mysteries:'Pulse-pounding action, an appealing heroine, and the inner workings of the White House kitchen combine for a stellar adventu [...]

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The Last Moriarty (A Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mystery)

About the Author Charles Veley is an avid fan of Sherlock Holmes and Gilbert and Sullivan. He wrote The Pirates of Finance, a new musical in the Gilbert and Sullivan tradition that won an award a [...]

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T is for Trespass (Kinsey Millhone)

From Publishers Weekly Starred Review. The 20th Kinsey Millhone crime novel (after 2005's S Is for Silence), a gripping, if depressing, tale of identify theft and elder abuse, displays bestseller [...]

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Tied In: The Business, History and Craft of Media Tie-In Writing

Tie-in novels are books based on pre-existing media properties -- like TV shows, movies and games -- and they regularly top the national bestseller lists. But as popular as tie-ins books and novelizations are among reade [...]

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Out of Range (A Joe Pickett Novel Book 5)

Game warden Joe Pickett returns in a twisting, action-packed tale of greed, power, and murder.Joe Pickett is attempting to enjoy-all right, survive-his mother-in-law's wedding to a local big-shot rancher when he receives [...]

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Exposed (Basic)

From Publishers Weekly Starred Review. Last seen in A Necessary Evil (2006), FBI special agent Maggie O'Dell pursues a vengeful monster and his sadistic assistant who infect innocent people with [...]

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On The Back Of The Tiger (Nick Wallace) (Volume 2)

About the Author Richard Gustafson is the author of the Nick Wallace thriller series. Richard is a computer systems developer in Minnesota who, when he is not getting Nick in more trouble, loves [...]

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Imperfect Strangers

From Publishers Weekly Though Woods's (Heat) latest caper provides all the credibility of a soap opera, the novel also offers some of the guilty pleasures attendant to that TV format. When wine m [...]

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Coup d'Etat (A Dewey Andreas Novel Book 2)

The wait is over—Ben Coes, whose debut Power Down was called "the must read thriller of the year" (Vince Flynn) is back and at the top of his game with a mesmerizing new novelWanting only a peaceful, obsc [...]

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The Woods

From Publishers Weekly At the start of this disappointing stand-alone from bestseller Coben (Promise Me), Paul 'Cope' Copeland, acting county prosecutor for Essex County, N.J., and Lucy Gold, his [...]

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Tool of the Trade

From Library Journal Nicholas Foley appears to be an ordinary American psychology professor. He is, in fact, a Russian spy, inserted into the United States after World War II, joining the America [...]

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Extreme Measures: A Thriller (A Mitch Rapp Novel)

From Publishers Weekly Any hope this contrived thriller had of suspending disbelief for most readers who weren't already fans of bestseller Flynn's Mitch Rapp series (Protect and Defend, etc.) is [...]

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Sexbot

About the Author Patrick Quinlan is the author of seven novels, including six thrillers written under his own name. These books include the crime novels Smoked, The Takedown (renamed The Falling [...]

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Bullet Proof (An Eliot Ness Novel)

About the Author Max Allan Collins ? NEW YORK TIMES BEST-SELLING author Max is a prolific American mystery writer who has been called 'mystery's Renaissance man'. He has written novels, screenpla [...]

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