"That cold-blooded human spider spinning his lousy webs of intrigue..."
Fathered by an incubus, raised by a mortal mother, and liaison to the Pemkowet Police Department, Daisy Johanssen pulled the community together after a summer tragedy befell the resort town she calls home. Things are back to normal--as normal as it gets for a town famous for its supernatural tourism and presided over by the reclusive Norse goddess Hel.
"Like his intriguing protagonist Garrett Reilly, author Drew Chapman possesses startling skills and this first novel just blows the doors off. The Ascendant is a rollicking, globe-hopping, timely, and prescient page-turner--a twenty-first century thriller" (C.J. Box, New York Times bestselling author of Breaking Point and The Highway).
Stone Barrington's newest client brings mayhem in his wake in this "edge-of-your-seat adventure"* in the #1 New York Times bestselling series.
At the crossroads of high finance and international terrorism, a son is searching for his father's killer. . .
Raymond Khoury, the international bestselling author of The Last Templar, is back with another ingenious, fast-paced thriller that straddles present-day NYC and Russia in the early 1900s--the time of the infamous Rasputin and his mysterious rise to power.
It was planned to look like a suicide.
But even in the best-laid plans, evidence is left behind
Jocelyn Branham Earnest was found dead on the floor of her living room in Forest, Virginia. By her side was a gun and a suicide note typed, lacking a signature, and with one fingerprint on it. A fingerprint apparently belonging to Jocelyn's estranged husband
Ex-Wall Street trader, ex-con, and devoted father to an autistic son, Jason Stafford first appeared in Black Fridays, "one of the year's finest crime debuts" (Booklist). Now, in Mortal Bonds, he goes to work for the wealthy family of a financial criminal...
With "an unforgettable cast of characters" (W.E.B. Griffin) and nonstop action, Mike Maden's Drone kicks off an explosive new thriller series exploring the hard realities of drone warfare.
Introducing Blowback, an exhilarating new espionage thriller by former CIA ops officer Valerie Plame and thriller writer Sarah Lovett.
With an Introduction by Max Allan Collins
The author of "Get Carter" returns to his greatest invention, a smooth-operating hardcase named Jack Carter, who is about to burn a city down in order to silence an informant
A small-town kidnapping presents a major problem for Commissario Trotti--and draws us into CWA Award winner Timothy Williams' debut, set against the rich backdrop of a provincial Italian city.
Hayward is a sleepy Southwestern town full of cattle, trucks, and tumbleweeds. Virgil Dalton's been the sheriff for over a dozen years and has lived there all his life. It's a place where everybody pretty much knows everybody--but they don't know each other's secrets...
One summer night in 1930, Judge Joseph Crater steps into a New York City cab and is never heard from again. Behind this great man are three women, each with her own tale to tell: Stella, his fashionable wife, the picture of propriety; Maria, their steadfast maid, indebted to the judge; and Ritzi, his showgirl mistress, willing to seize any chance to break out of the chorus line.
From the Queen of Espionage a play of Odysseus return from the Trojan Wars. Part of Titan's reissuing of all of Helen MacInnes' works.
A comedy play in two acts about what "really" happened when Odysseus returned home from the Trojan War.
An original thriller from bestselling author Christopher Fowler that reinventing the haunted house story.
Learn the Words. Get the blood. Rule the world. The Ustari Cycle starts here.From the "exhilarating, powerful, and entertaining" (Guardian) storyteller of the Avery Cates series comes a gritty supernatural thriller featuring a pair of unlikely heroes caught up in the underground world of blood magic. Magicians: they are not good people.
The "spellbinding" (People, 4 stars), New York Times bestseller from the author of The Dovekeepers an extraordinary novel about an electric and impassioned love affair--"an enchanting love story rich with history and a sense of place" (USA TODAY).
Winner of the 2015 Bony Blithe Award for Best Canadian Light Mystery A classic whodunit series in the tradition of Agatha Christie, featuring eccentric criminologist and foodie Cait Morgan.With birthday celebrations in the cards, Cait Morgan and her significant other, retired cop Bud Anderson, travel to Las Vegas.
A suspenseful mystery set on the Pacific Northwest coast about a pipeline conspiracy that pits the everyday working man against high-level government.When childhood best friends Ollie Swanson and Dougie Tarkenen commit larceny, they must keep it secret into their adult lives. Years later, Dougie turns up dead, apparently drowned in a canoe accident. Ollie is devastated.
In modern day England, Professor Felix Guichard is called in to identify occult symbols found on the corpse of a young girl. His investigation brings him in contact with a mysterious woman, Jackdaw Hammond, who guards a monumental secret--She's Dead. Or she would be, were it not for magic which has artificially extended her life. But someone else knows her secret.
"Bram Stoker, business manager for London's Lyceum Theatre, is never surprised to find the supernatural waiting in the wings--especially when a chilling murder appears to have origins in the occult..."
The small town of Jarrett Creek is bankrupt. Samuel Craddock thought he was retired but now he's been asked to return as police chief. Gary Dellmore, heir apparent to the main bank, is dead, apparently murdered. Dellmore supposedly had a roving eye, although his wife says he was never serious about dallying.
A dysfunctional British nuclear family seek a new life away from the big city in the sleepy Somerset countryside. At first their new home, The Hollow, seems to embrace them, creating a rare peace and harmony within the family. But when the house turns on them, it seems to know just how to hurt them the most--threatening to destroy them from the inside out.
David Loogan's dark past is revealed in this prequel to Bad Things Happen--the critically acclaimed mystery that Stephen King called a "great f***ing book."
It's Halloween in Weatherford, Texas--which means Phyllis Newsom is baking up a storm of yummy seasonal treats...but she's about to get even busier unmasking a killer.
France, 1942. While war blazes at the front lines of Europe, in the walled southern city of Carcassonne, nestled deep in the Pyrenees, a group of courageous women is engaged in an equally lethal battle. Like their ancestors who fought northern invaders seven hundred years before, these members of the French Resistance--code-named Citadel--fight to liberate their home from the Nazis.
"Eleven Days," thef ollow-up to 2013's acclaimed "A Dark Redemption (New York Times, New Yorker, "NPR), follows DI Jack Carrigan and DS Geneva Miller as they investigate a vicious fire that engulfs a quiet convent in West London. There were ten nuns in residence--their bodies discovered behind a locked door--and an eleventh body in the chapel.
The bestselling author of Bring Her Home and Cemetery Girl presents a twist filled thriller about a troubled family whose secrets should be taken to the grave...
In the second book in Robert Olen Butler's Christopher Marlowe Cobb series, "The Star of Istanbul" is a classic tale of adventure, romance, and war.
Inspector Sebag is a policeman in the South of France with an unparalleled sixth sense, who excels at slipping into the skin of killers and hunting them down. However, when a retired French Algerian cop is discovered in his apartment with the symbol OAS left near his body and few indications who kiled him or why, Sebag's skills are put to the test.
Two individuals from different countries but who share one ancestral bloodline race to thwart a terrorist plot in Jerusalem--the first heart-pounding book in a new epic trilogy that delves into the dark underbelly of the Holy City.
The bestselling, Man Booker Prize-winning novel hailed as "a true achievement. Catton has built a lively parody of a 19th-century novel, and in so doing created a novel for the 21st, something utterly new. The pages fly."--New York Times Book Review