"Indiana Jones meets Lara Croft in Benson's engrossing action thriller."
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THE DEBUT OF A CAPTIVATING VOICE AND RIVETING STORYTELLER!
Gil Ferko is a private-equity lieutenant who commutes to Manhattan from the New Jersey suburbs. His wife, Mary Beth, has become a shut-in since a hit-and-run accident killed their infant daughter. When Ferko reconnects with Jen Yoder, a former high school classmate, Jen introduces him to heroin.
Edgar Award-shortlisted author Ashley Weaver returns with Death Wears a Mask, the witty and stylish next installment in the delightful 1930s Amory Ames mystery series
“Amory Ames and her rakish husband Milo might just be the new Nick and Nora Charles.” —Deborah Crombie
It was amazing, really, what murder had done for my marriage . . .
Ronen, a former agent of Israel’s legendary intelligence agency, the Mossad, disappears following a failed assassination on a Hezbollah operative. His wife—former Mossad herself—fears that he may be pursuing an unauthorized mission of revenge. She contacts his former commander, Gadi, to track Ronen down and stop him before he harms both himself and his country.$17.99ISBN: 9781250105783Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 DaysPublished: Minotaur Books - September 13th, 2016
In 88 B.C., it seems as if the entire ancient world is at war. In the west, the Italian states are rebelling against Rome; in the east, Mithridates is marching through and conquering the Roman Asian provinces. Even in the relatively calm Alexandria, a coup has brought a new Pharaoh to power and chaos to the streets.Email or call 713-524-8597 for priceISBN: 9781468313031Availability: Hard to FindPublished: The Overlook Press - June 7th, 2016R.J. Ellory, the bestselling author of A Quiet Belief in Angels and City of Lies, is back in a story packed with mystery, betrayal, and shocking family history. Annie O’Neill has it all: a cozy Manhattan apartment, a beautiful bookshop, and a network of supportive friends—but her father died in her childhood, leaving a hole she has yet to fill.Email or call 713-524-8597 for priceISBN: 9781681771311Availability: Special OrderPublished: Pegasus Books - May 3rd, 2016
Dublin, 1841. On a cold December morning, a small boy is enticed away from his mother and his throat savagely cut. This could be just one more small, sad death in a city riven by poverty, inequality and political unrest, but this murder causes a public outcry. For it appears the culprit - a feckless student named John Delahunt - is also an informant in the pay of the authorities at Dublin Castle.Email or call 713-524-8597 for priceISBN: 9781681771595Availability: Special OrderPublished: Pegasus Books - August 9th, 2016
Toward the end of the World War II, young British artist Kenneth Brill is arrested for painting landscapes near Heathrow Village; the authorities suspect his paintings contain coded information about the new military airfield that is being built. Brill protests that he is merely recording a landscape that will soon disappear.