This gripping, darkly funny debut thriller from acclaimed screenwriter Scott Frank is "an L.A. story with a little bit of Elmore] Leonard, a little bit of Day of the Locust, and a whole lot of earthquakes" (Interview).
Glaxo is a chilling novel of betrayal, romance, and murder, from a major Latin American writer being published in English for the first time.
It's just another day at the office for Detective Edgar "Lefty" Mendieta: abandoned by the woman he loves, demoralized by his city's (nad his nation's) ubiquitous corruption, and in dire need of some psychotherapy. Against this backdrop, he catches the case of Bruno Canizales, a high-powered lawyer with a double life, who was killed by a single silver bullet.
A true story of murder and conspiracy that points directly to Vladimir Putin, by The Guardian's former Moscow bureau chief.
Ulf has one small problem--his former boss, Oslo's most notorious drug kingpin, wants him dead.
Jane Austen turns sleuth in this delightful Regency-era mystery
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A page-turning debut in the tradition of Michael Crichton, World War Z, and The Martian, Sleeping Giants is a thriller fueled by an earthshaking mystery--and a fight to control a gargantuan power.
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER"A twisted psychological thriller you'll have trouble putting down."--People
Detective Esa Khattak heads up Canada's Community Policing Section, which handles minority-sensitive cases across all levels of law enforcement. Khattak is still under scrutiny for his last case, so he's surprised when INSET, Canada's national security team, calls him in on another politically sensitive issue.
A promising young singer is found dead in a clearing in a forest, gruesomely murdered her larynx cut out, and an antique music box placed carefully atop her body, playing a mysterious lullaby that sounds familiar, but that no one can quite place. Chief Inspector Odd Singsaker, of the Trondheim Police Department, still recovering from brain surgery, is called in to investigate.
In the chilling tradition of Daphne du Maurier and with the acuity of Kate Atkinson comes a haunting, psychological thriller about one woman's search for the truth about her past through a closed community full of dark secrets.
Darkly comedic. New York Post
Crime pays. And pays well.
Sal, Max, and Enzo Bruschetti have proved this over a lifetime of nefarious activity that they have kept hidden from law enforcement. Now, however, Max has a problem. His doctor has told him to take it easy, and so Max has decided that the time has come for the family to retire.
Casey Duncan is a homicide detective with a secret: when she was in college, she killed a man. She was never caught, but he was the grandson of a mobster and she knows that someday this crime will catch up to her. Casey's best friend, Diana, is on the run from a violent, abusive ex-husband.