- A Useful Woman by Darcy Wilde
- The Paris Librarian by Mark Pryor
- Mr. Churchill's Secretary by Susan Elia MacNeal
- Possessed by Kathryn Casey
- I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes
- The Chalk Circle Man by Fred Vargas
- A Most Extraordinary Pursuit by Julianna Gray
- The Ghosts of Galveston by Kathleen Shanahan Maca
- Girl Waits with Gun by Amy Stewart
- The Bookseller by Mark Pryor
- A Dark and Stormy Murder by Julia Buckley
- The Queen's Accomplice by Susan Elia MacNeal
- A Study in Scarlet Women by Sherry Thomas
- Jade Dragon Mountain by Elsa Hart
- Digging Up The Dirt by Miranda James
- No Cure For Love by Peter Robinson
- A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn
- Inside the Chicken Ranch by Jayme Blaschke
- The Unquiet Dead by Ausma Zehanat Khan
- The Black Cat Knocks on Wood by Kay Finch
Inspired by the novels of Jane Austen, this new mystery series set in 19th-century London introduces the charming and resourceful Rosalind Thorne, a woman privy to the secrets of high society--including who among the ton is capable of murder...
Hugo Marston's friend Paul Rogers dies unexpectedly in a locked room at the American Library in Paris. The police conclude that Rogers died of natural causes, but Hugo is certain mischief is afoot.
For fans of Jacqueline Winspear, Laurie R. King, and Anne Perry, Mr. Churchill's Secretary captures the drama of an era of unprecedented challenge--and the greatness that rose to meet it.
A WALKING NIGHTMARE--IN SIZE-NINE STILETTOS . . .
"I Am Pilgrim is simply one of the best suspense novels I've read in a long time." --David Baldacci, #1 New York Times bestselling author"A big, breathless tale of nonstop suspense." --Janet Maslin, The New York Times "The pages fly by ferociously fast. Simply unputdownable." --Booklist
The debut mystery in the internationally bestselling Commissaire Adamsberg series
Known for her original plots, deft characterization, and lyrical voice, Juliana Gray presents an extraordinary novel of an uncommon pursuit
One of the oldest cities in Texas, Galveston has witnessed more than its share of tragedies. Devastating hurricanes, yellow fever epidemics, fires, a major Civil War battle and more cast a dark shroud on the city's legacy. Ghostly tales creep throughout the history of famous tourist attractions and historical homes.
A National Bestseller
A New York Times Editors' Choice
A September 2015 Indie Next Pick
A Publishers Marketplace Buzz Book of 2015, Fall/Winter
One of USA Today's "New and Noteworthy"
One of New York Post's "Must-Read" Books
One of Cosmopolitan's "24 Books to Read this Fall"
Who is killing the celebrated bouquinistes of Paris?
An aspiring suspense novelist lands in the middle of a real crime, in the first in a captivating new series by the author of the Undercover Dish Mysteries.
Lena London's literary dreams are coming true as long as she can avoid any real-life villains...
Spy and code-breaker extraordinaire Maggie Hope returns to war-weary London, where she is thrust into the dangerous hunt for a monster, as the New York Times bestselling mystery series for fans of Jacqueline Winspear, Charles Todd, and Anne Perry continues.
An NPR Best Book of 2016USA Today bestselling author Sherry Thomas turns the story of the renowned Sherlock Holmes upside down...
On the mountainous border of China and Tibet in 1708, a detective must learn what a killer already knows: that empires' rise and fall on the strength of the stories they tell.
The New York Times bestselling author of the Cat in the Stacks mysteries is back with more of those sleuthing Southern belles, the Ducote sisters...
Featuring a foreword by Michael Connelly, this relentlessly suspenseful thriller from the New York Times bestselling and Edgar award-winning author of the Inspector Banks novels marks the first time that Peter Robinson has set a novel in America.
In her thrilling new series, Deanna Raybourn, the New York Times bestselling author of the Lady Julia Grey mysteries, returns once more to Victorian England...and introduces intrepid adventuress Veronica Speedwell.
Thanks to the classic Dolly Parton film The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and ZZ Top's ode "La Grange," many people think they know the story of the infamous Chicken Ranch. The reality is more complex, lying somewhere between heartbreaking and absurd.
"Khan is a refreshing original, and The Unquiet Dead blazes what one hopes will be a new path guided by the author's keen understanding of the intersection of faith and core Muslim values, complex human nature and evil done by seemingly ordinary people.
The author of Black Cat Crossing is back as mystery novelist Sabrina Tate and her cat Hitchcock find themselves roped into another dangerous murder case...