Summer in London-the sun is finally shining, the flowers are in bloom, and life is humming merrily along for book editor Samantha Clair, off to lunch with her old friend, art-dealer Aidan Merriam. Humming merrily until she learns that his partner has just been found dead in their gallery, slumped over his desk with a gun in his hand. Could anything be worse?
The "New York Times" bestselling author of "Ming Tea Murder "serves up heists, homicides, and herbal blends" "in the latest in the Tea Shop mysteries.
The much-anticipated new entree in the Sebastian St. Cyr "simply elegant"* historical mystery series, from the national bestselling author of Who Buries the Dead and Why Kings Confess.
The thrilling final installment of the New York Times bestselling Nina Borg series set in Denmark
"Fantastic . . . an honest, beautifully detailed book and an entertaining read.""A fantastical treat."
--DIANA GABALDON, THE WASHINGTON POST
The suffragette movement is reaching a fever pitch, and Inspector Frederick Primrose is hunting a murderer on his beat. Across town, Fleet Street reporter Frances "Frankie" George is chasing an interview with trapeze artist Ebony Diamond. Frankie finds herself fascinated by the tightly-laced acrobat and follows her to a Bond Street corset shop that seems to be hiding secrets of its own.
Turn-of-the-century Detective Isaac Bell takes on the upstart leader of a vicious crime organization in this novel in the #1 New York Times-bestselling series.
The first installment in the San Angeles trilogy, a thrilling near-future cyberpunk sci-fi series
R.S. Belcher, the acclaimed author of "The Six-Gun" Tarot and "The Shotgun Arcana" launches a gritty new urban fantasy series about the mysterious society of truckers known only as, "The Brotherhood of The Wheel."
Molly Murphy Sullivan's husband Daniel, a police captain in turn-of-the-century New York City, is in a precarious position. The new police commissioner wants him off the force altogether. So when Daniel's offered an assignment from John Wilkie, head of the secret service, he's eager to accept. Molly can t draw any details of the assignment out of him, even where he ll be working.
"Monday's Double Switch is a rocket ride of a sports mystery with a wicked curve ball on every smoothly written page. May Johnny Adcock's careers as a relief pitcher and sleuth motor on for a very long time."--David Baldacci, #1 New York Times bestselling authorBlackmail. Bullets. Deception. It's time to play ball.
Orphaned by an act of senseless violence that took their mother from them, half-brothers Clarence Luckman and Elliott Danziger have been raised in state institutions, unaware of any world beyond its walls. But their lives take a sudden turn when they are seized as hostages by a convicted killer en route to death row.
1815. Peter and Paul Skillen, identical twins and fearless thief-takers, stalk all who dare to walk in the shadow of the hangman. When they catch a notorious burglar, they claim a handsome reward and infuriate the Bow Street Runners who believe they have a monopoly on policing in the capital. The Home Secretary, Viscount Sidmouth, faces a crisis.
A Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2016
Winner of the 2017 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction
Now Richard's in court fighting for his life, and Stanley's out on the firing line trying to dig up some evidence in his favor. It won't be easy.
London, Autumn 1916. When he slips out of a house in the early hours of the morning, Simon Wilder is too preoccupied to realize that he is being stalked. As he walks along the street, lights begin to dim as a warning that there's another Zeppelin attack. Guns begin to pound away as British airplanes attack the Zeppelin. Suddenly, it bursts into flame and lights up the whole sky.