Book ‘Em: Four Bibliomysteries by Edgar Award-Winning Authors

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MysteriousPress.com/Open Road #ad - A gifted novelist, intelligent and compassionate. Joyce carol oates  the book of the lion by thomas Perry: An anonymous phone call sends Professor Dominic Hallkyn on a mad dash through the streets of Boston in pursuit of a priceless Chaucerian manuscript. Thomas perry is, quite simply, brilliant. Robert B.

Cook: rare books dealer and amateur historian Franklin Altman has always wondered how the world might have turned out if the First World War had ended differently. Noir’s reigning crown princess. Booklist  what’s in a Name? by Thomas H. A quartet of crime stories about deadly books—penned by award-winning contemporary mystery writers.

But the caller’s demands will lead to a devilish plot twist. Carolyn hart’s work is both utterly reliable and utterly unpredictable. Charlaine Harris. On the fiftieth anniversary of the armistice Treaty, the contents of which, he claims, an ancient German mysteriously appears and presents him with a personal manuscript, have the power to change history.

Parker  from the queen by carolyn hart: when a priceless, owner of the mystery bookstore Death on Demand, autographed and inscribed to the Queen of England, first edition of Agatha Christie’s Poirot Investigates, Ellen Gallagher calls on her friend Annie Darling, disappears from her South Carolina thrift shop, to track it down.

Book 'Em: Four Bibliomysteries by Edgar Award-Winning Authors #ad - The little men by megan abbott: rumors and strange experiences lead a washed-up actress in 1950s Hollywood to question the suspicious circumstances surrounding the alleged suicide of a former occupant of her low-rent bungalow—especially after she discovers an ominous inscription in a book that’s closely guarded by her mysterious landlord.

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Bookshop Mysteries: Five Bibliomysteries by Bestselling Authors

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MysteriousPress.com/Open Road #ad - Five thrilling tales of mystery, and murder from an exceptional quintet of Edgar, CWA Dagger, mayhem, and National Book Award winners. Remaindered by peter lovesey: for some nefarious reason, the widow and former associates of a slain gangster are determined to keep the Precious Finds Bookstore open following the unfortunate demise of the shop’s owner.

The book thing by laura lippman: private investigator Tess Monaghan must help the irascible proprietor of a Baltimore children’s bookstore keep her business afloat by unmasking an elusive and utterly ingenious book thief. The travelling companion by ian rankin: a young Scotsman in Paris is drawn into a shocking mystery that resides within the pages of an unpublished manuscript allegedly penned by Robert Louis Stevenson.

By joyce carol oates: when an obsessive collector of bookstores discovers a charming new shop, he decides he must have it at any cost—even if he has to commit murder. Mystery, Inc. Dead dames don’t sing by john harvey: looking for a big payday but finding big trouble instead, ex-London-cop-turned-private-investigator Jack Kiley attempts to uncover the true origins of a controversial, pseudonymously written pulp novel.

Bookshop Mysteries: Five Bibliomysteries by Bestselling Authors #ad - Multiple award-winning, bestselling authors provide the literary thrills and chills in this masterful collection of five ingeniously puzzling mysteries that belong in the library of every crime fiction aficionado. Crime and literature make strange and sinister bedfellows in this winning anthology of book-themed whodunits by five acclaimed masters of mystery and suspense.

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Fantastic Crimes: Four Bibliomysteries by Bestselling Authors

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MysteriousPress.com/Open Road #ad - If edgar allan poe and monty python had lived in the same country and the same century and somehow struck up a creative collaboration, their work might have resulted in fiction similar to Fowler’s. Richmond times-Dispatch  From F. An essential writer of popular fiction today. The washington Post  . A great storyteller and a thoughtful one.

David morrell, new york times–bestselling author of first blood  Elizabeth George, the New York Times–bestselling author of the Inspector Lynley novels, brings you The Mysterious Disappearance of the Reluctant Book Fairy. A master storyteller. The star-ledger  christopher Fowler, author of the Bryant and May mysteries, presents Reconciliation Day.

Fantastic Crimes: Four Bibliomysteries by Bestselling Authors #ad - Hapless bookseller monty Danforth’s recent discovery of a millennia-old manuscript plunges him into a cutthroat conspiracy. From anne perry, the new york times–bestselling author of the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series, comes The Scroll. A woman’s gift for immersing herself in the plot of whatever book she likes draws overwhelming fame—and misfortune.

One man’s obsession with a lost edition of Bram Stoker’s Dracula sends him on a dangerous journey to Transylvania. Paul wilson, the new york times–bestselling creator of Repairman Jack, comes The Compendium of Srem. Book-centered mystery novellas from four masters of the craft.

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Good Behavior: A Dortmunder Novel Book Six The Dortmunder Novels 6

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MysteriousPress.com/Open Road #ad - It’s an impossible assignment—but one he cannot refuse. Dortmunder is almost in the building when the alarm sounds, forcing him up the fire escape and onto the roof. It was supposed to be a simple caviar heist. A hapless thief is drafted by a gang of nuns in need, in a novel by an Edgar Award winner who “has no peer in the realm of comic mystery novelists” San Francisco Chronicle.

He leaps onto the next building, smashing his ankle and landing in the den of the worst kind of creature he can imagine: nuns. Although decades removed from his Catholic orphanage, Dortmunder still trembles before the sisters’ habits. But these nuns are kinder than the ones he grew up with. They bandage his wound, let him rest, and don’t call the cops—for a price.

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Wake the Dead The Inspector Thanet Mysteries Book 11

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Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller #ad - The thaxden fête is one of the highlights of the Sturrenden social calendar, and this year it promises to be better than ever. Wake the dead is the 11th book in the Inspector Thanet Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order. The victim is the mother of Hugo Fairleigh, local member of Parliament and organizer of the fête.

A quaint english village’s summer gala is interrupted by murder in this award-winning mystery series starring the mild-mannered Detective Inspector Thanet. Written by the cwa silver dagger–winning Dorothy Simpson, understated, Wake the Dead is a perfect English mystery novel: at once tightly plotted, and utterly shocking.

Wake the Dead The Inspector Thanet Mysteries Book 11 #ad - Suspecting the killer came from fairleigh’s own circles, Thanet begins investigating the MP’s family, certain of only one thing: This party is over. Inspector luke thanet and his wife are having a wonderful time at the party—until murder intervenes. An elderly woman who suffered a stroke just a few days before, she’s an unlikely target for a killer, yet someone saw fit to hold a pillow over her face until she breathed no more.

 . The food is exquisite, the music lovely, and the company divine. Local celebrities have descended on Thaxden Hall to raise money for the town hospice. Det.

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A Darker Shade of Sweden: Original Stories by Sweden's Greatest Crime Writers

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Mysterious Press #ad - Also included is an introduction by Edgar nominee John-Henri Holmberg, exploring the history of these stellar authors and their contributions to crime writing. Gripping.  .  .  . Ever since stieg larsson shone a light on Swedish crime writing with his Girl With the Dragon Tattoo trilogy, readers around the world have devoured fiction by Scandinavian masters of suspense.

A Darker Shade of Sweden: Original Stories by Sweden's Greatest Crime Writers #ad - A darker shade of sweden includes an assortment of outstanding crime fiction—never before published in English and in some cases brand-new to this volume—from Larsson and a wide range of other talents including Henning Mankell, the creator of Kurt Wallander; Åsa Larsson; Eva Gabrielsson; Inger Frimansson; Åke Edwardson; Sara Stridsberg; Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö; and more.

Stories by stieg larsson, henning mankell, and over a dozen other masters of Nordic noir: “A wonderful collection” Camilla Lӓckberg. These unsettlingly dark tales reaffirm the dominance of Swedish writers with original crime fiction. The sun UK.

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The Egyptian Cross Mystery

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MysteriousPress.com/Open Road #ad - Ellery hustles his father into his roadster and heads east, since there is nothing he’d like better for Christmas than a juicy, gruesome puzzle. When the queens arrive in Arroyo, they learn that the victim was an eccentric atheist, but not the sort to make enemies. Until, that is, ellery reads of an unusual killing in rural Arroyo, West Virginia: A schoolmaster has been found beheaded and crucified.

What initially looks to be the work of a sadistic cult turns out to be something far more sinister. It will take several bodies before Queen divines the clue that unlocks the mystery of the Christmas crucifixion.   . In the months ahead, more victims will turn up all over the world—all killed in the same horrifying manner.

The Egyptian Cross Mystery #ad - It’s christmas in chicago, amateur sleuth ellery, and Inspector Richard Queen is enjoying a busman’s holiday at a conference on gangland violence—but his son, isbored silly. One of the great golden age detectives is back in a mystery that “pioneered a style which countless writers would follow in the decades to come” American Culture.

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A Lily of the Field Inspector Troy Thriller Book 7

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Atlantic Monthly Press #ad - In his seventh inspector troy novel, lawton moves seamlessly from vienna and Auschwitz to the deserts of New Mexico and the rubble-strewn streets of postwar London, following the fascinating parallels of the physicist Szabo and musician Voytek as fate takes each far from home and across the untraditional battlefields of a destructive war to an unexpected intersection at the novel’s close.

The result, a lily of the field, is lawton’s best book yet, a historically accurate and remarkably written novel that explores the diaspora of two Europeans from the rise of Hitler to the post-atomic age. The book follows two characters—Méret Voytek, a talented young cellist living in Vienna at the novel’s start, and Dr.

A Lily of the Field Inspector Troy Thriller Book 7 #ad - Karel szabo, a hungarian physicist interned in a camp on the Isle of Man. Inspector troy of scotland yard returns in “one of the best thrillers of the year” Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review. Spanning the tumultuous years 1934 to 1948, John Lawton’s A Lily of the Field is a brilliant historical thriller from a master of the form.

Lawton’s thrillers provide a vivid, moving and wonderfully absorbing way to experience life in London and on the Continent before, during and after World War II. The washington Post  .

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Sherlock Holmes and the Apocalypse Murders

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MysteriousPress.com/Open Road #ad - It looks unmistakably like the handiwork of that notorious murderer who stalked the alleys of Whitechapel a decade before. Holmes is not fazed. At the height of the ripper murders, Holmes was called in by his brother Mycroft to catch the killer, whose social position made him impossible to arrest. It is a murder gruesome enough to shock even the battle-hardened Dr.

Sherlock Holmes and the Apocalypse Murders #ad - Day always captures the flavor of Conan Doyle” The Sherlockian E-Times. Croxley mews is a typical London street: narrow, winding, and dark. The killer was exiled, but now he may have returned—bringing all the terrors of the apocalypse in his wake. Watson, who has never before seen a woman disemboweled. A gruesome new murder puts London’s greatest detective on the trail of Jack the Ripper—again.

He caught jack the Ripper once—and he will do so again. Sherlock holmes has never trod its cobblestones—until the day a woman is found lying dead on them.

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The Second Deadly Sin The Edward X. Delaney Series Book 2

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Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller #ad - Following a winding path of avarice, and fraud, Delaney uncovers a long line of suspects that includes Maitland’s wife, son, deception, and mistress. A month ago, world-renowned artist Victor Maitland was found dead in his Mott Street studio—stabbed repeatedly in the back. A police detective must find out who murdered a world-famous artist in a thriller by the #1 New York Times–bestselling “master of suspense” The Washington Post.

Delaney is still adjusting to life on the outside, and he’s bored by his free time. He welcomes the chance to put his well-honed investigative skills to the test once again. To investigate the case, Delaney plunges into Maitland’s rarefied orbit. With no clear leads or suspects, the New York Police Department calls Chief Edward Delaney out of retirement.

The Second Deadly Sin The Edward X. Delaney Series Book 2 #ad - When a second murder rocks manhattan’s art world, Delaney moves closer to the truth about what kind of a man—or monster—Victor Maitland really was. But which of the artist’s enemies was capable of killing him and leaving no trail? .

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