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The Guilty: A Gripping Hard-Boiled Mystery (P.I. Jack Marconi Book 3)

Vincent Zandri

$3.99

From New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon Overall No. 1 Bestselling Thriller and Shamus Award Winning Author Vincent Zandri Comes a Brand New Hard-Boiled Mystery.SOMETIMES THE RECIPE FOR TRUE LOVE CAN BE THE PERFECT POISON!

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The Remains

Vincent Zandri

$3.99

It's been thirty years since the terrifying abduction of twin sisters Rebecca and Molly Underhill by a deranged man who lived in a cabin behind their house in upstate New York. Fearful of retribution against their family, the girls kept the incident secret.

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THE KING OF MACAU (Jack Shepherd Book 4)

Jake Needham

$4.99

"Needham writes so that you can smell the street food mingling with the traffic jams, the sweat, and the garbage."
- Libris Reviews

Jack Shepherd is a lawyer, but he doesn't much like to admit it. He's fled the acrid life of Washington and now he works by himself in Hong Kong. He no longer lobbies government agencies, negotiates for corporations, or shows up in court. From his little unmarked office on Hollywood Road, he works quietly to solve the problems his big-money clients don't want anyone else to know they have.

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A WORLD OF TROUBLE (Jack Shepherd Book 3)

Jake Needham

$4.99

"A WORLD OF TROUBLE is one terrific novel." - The Bangkok Post
Jack Shepherd was sick of Washington politics, sick of corporate law, and even a little sick of himself. So he hit the road looking for a new start, made a couple of wrong turns, and somehow wound up in Hong Kong. Now he needs a job, and being a lawyer for General Chalerm Kitnarock is a job, so he takes it.

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LAUNDRY MAN (Jack Shepherd Book 1)

Jake Needham

$4.99

"If there's a living writer whose work makes me think of the great Raymond Chandler, it's Jake Needham." - James David Audlin
"LAUNDRY MAN is the kind of book you always hope to find, but rarely do. It's so good on many levels that it's almost frightening someone can tell a story this well." - Perfect at Midnight Reviews

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THE DEAD AMERICAN (The Inspector Samuel Tay Novels Book 3)

Jake Needham

$4.99

"Jake Needham is Asia's most stylish and atmospheric writer of crime fiction." - The Singapore Straits Times
They steer a tight ship in squeaky-clean Singapore. No dissent, no opposition, no criticism. It's like an entire country run by Walt Disney. Disneyland with the death penalty, somebody once called it.

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THE UMBRELLA MAN (The Inspector Samuel Tay Novels Book 2)

Jake Needham

$4.99

"Jake Needham is Michael Connelly with steamed rice." -- The Bangkok Post
The first bomb cracked the Hilton like an egg; the second gutted the lobby of the Marriott; and the third peeled the front off the Grand Hyatt. Three massive explosions, all at American hotels in the heart of the city, and all within a few horrifying seconds. Hundreds are dead and thousands are injured. Singapore is bleeding.

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THE AMBASSADOR'S WIFE (The Inspector Samuel Tay Novels Book 1)

Jake Needham

$4.99

"Jake Needham is an author we should all treasure, a classic master of suspense who makes readers hunger for more." - James Grady, author of SIX DAYS OF THE CONDOR
"THE AMBASSADOR'S WIFE is another terrific book from a terrific writer. In the genre of crime fiction set in Asia, Jake Needham is in a class of his own." -The Bangkok Post

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THE GIRL IN THE WINDOW (The Inspector Samuel Tay Novels Book 4)

Jake Needham

$4.99

**BARRY AWARD NOMINEE -- BEST PAPERBACK ORIGINAL OF 2016**
"Jake Needham is a man who knows Asia like the back of his hand." -The Malaysian Star
Singapore is a good house in a bad neighborhood. Three hundred million Muslims live in Indonesia and Malaysia completely surrounding the barely five million people living in the secular city-state. Islamic terrorism in Asia may not get much attention in America or Europe, but it gets plenty in Singapore.

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Ward Zero: the dead ward... A psychological suspense novel

Linda Huber

£1.99

Horror swept through her.Had she been buried alive?
On Sarah's first visit to see her foster mother, Mim, in Brockburn General Hospital, she is sucked into a world that isn't what it should be.
Someone is lying, someone is stealing. And someone is killing - but who? With a grieving child to take care of, as well as Mim, Sarah has to put family first. She doesn't see where danger lies - until it's too late.

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The Criminological Sherlock Holmes

Kelvin Jones

£7.00

An A-Z guide to the forensics and criminological detail of the Sherlock Holmes stories. Provides a fascinating insight into the world of Victorian crime and methods of detection and includes a reprint of Holmes' monograph on the tracing footprints.

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A Cromer Corpse

Kelvin Jones

£7.68

Melancholic ex cop John Bottrell is looking forward to a peaceful retirement when a man's body is fished out of the sea at Cromer, a pentagram carved into his groin. It's a ritual killing, which is more in Bottrell's line than the local police, so he's co-opted back to Norfolk to solve the case. Then there's another murder, this time a 13 year old girl - also with the mark of a pentagram. In a fast paced narrative, the reader is drawn into a web of modern paganism where nobody is quite who they seem to be but everyone has a motive for murder. Kelvin Jones recreates the essential eeriness of East Anglia during a heatwave and melds crime and horror, leading us into a world of magic, mystery and murder.

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Flowers Of Evil

Kelvin Jones

£8.35

It's the long hot summer of 1976. Young D.C. John Bottrell arrives in Bristol to begin work on the Somerset and Avon's Special Investigations Unit under the watchful eye of his former colleague, DCI Ian Glenister. Bottrell is soon introduced to the unit's first case. The remains of a woman have been found in a disused ice house in the garden of a Redland mansion, the only clue to her identity being the expensive French mackintosh which she was wearing. Bottrell, a young detective with a passion for criminology, who also possesses psychic abilities, is tested to the limit in a case which involves passion, guile and obsession. An intriguing and puzzling murder mystery by the author of Stone Dead and Witch Jar.

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Stone Dead

Kelvin Jones

£7.39

Ex-Met detective John Bottrell travels to Cornwall to escape the memory of his wife's tragic death but he little realises that he will soon be embroiled in a web of murder, witchcraft and the occult. When the naked body of a young woman is found on a footpath suspicion falls on her boyfriend. However, after Bottrell has applied his analytical skills to the activities of the local pagan community he is forced to revise his opinion. A dark tale of intrigue and obsession from the wilds of West Cornwall.

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Witch Jar

Kelvin Jones

£7.73

When ex-metropolitan police detective and psychic John Bottrell returns to Cornwall to recuperate, having inherited a cottage from his mother-in-law on the remote Lizard peninsula of West Cornwall, he little realises that his analytical abilities will be tested to the full. On the very day of his arrival in the village of St Sampson, Bottrell's car collides with that of local incomer Melanie Pearson, with whom he strikes up an immediate rapport. When Melanie's daughter, Isobel, is found hanging from a tree in the mysterious Hob's Wood, her death is at first thought to be another suicide. But when Bottrell meets Ian Glenister, a former Metropolitan police colleague, assigned to investigate Isobel's death, he learns that foul play is suspected in the deaths of two other teenagers. Bottrell, a melancholy alcoholic, stalks the wild Cornish landscape in this psychological thriller which combines elements of the occult, new age overtones and traditional crime narrative. Witch Jar is the second in the series of novels featuring John Bottrell.

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Sherlock Holmes And The Cromer Hound: An Investigation

Kelvin Jones

£7.07

A fascinating investigation into the literary origins of Conan Doyle's horror classic. Kelvin Jones traces the story from its East Anglian roots to its final emergence as a West Country thriller. The story's geography, mythical dimension and folkloric allusions are also examined in depth. A must for Holmes fans.

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Sherlock Holmes: The Plagues Of London

Kelvin Jones

£8.07

It is December 1888. The body of Queen Victoria's physician is discovered in a railway carriage on Paddington Station. Sherlock summons his brother Mycroft to the scene. Sherlock is convinced the crime bears no resemblance to the Ripper murders but when a letter arrives at Scotland Yard, ostensibly from the Ripper, claiming he is the author of the crime, Lestrade doubts Sherlock's wisdom. When the body of Sir James Fawcett, a leading expert on tropical diseases, is found at his home in Chelsea the day after, Sherlock realises that a challenging criminal mind is at work. This Sherlock Holmes novel, which follows the author's own chronology of the cases of Holmes, introduces readers to a number of real life Victorian celebrities, including Oscar Wilde. By the author of 'Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Detective.'

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The Complete Inspector Ketch: The Casebook Files Of A Norwich Detective

Kelvin Jones

£11.60

The complete edition of crime stories, featuring the lugubrious, alcoholic and long in the tooth East Anglian detective, DCI Ketch.The novel and sixteen short stories in this volume feature a dogged Norwich detective, 'Ketch', so named after his ancestor, Jack Ketch the hangman. Ketch (real name Huw Price) is an alcoholic, nearing retirement in the force. Seventeen atmospheric tales of murder and mayhem, set in and around the towns and villages of Norfolk, involving blackmail, revenge, lust and obsession. By the author of the Stone Dead Omnibus.

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Conan Doyle And The Spirits: The Spiritualist Career of Arthur Conan Doyle

Kelvin Jones

£8.56

An exhaustive and definitive study of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's career as a psychic investigator by Sherlock Holmes biographer Kelvin I. Jones.The author has been a prolific writer for a quarter of a century. He has published six books about Sherlock Holmes, as well as numerous articles about the Victorian detective. Ed Hoch, the renowned American crime writer, has said of his Sherlockian work: "Kelvin I Jones reveals a sensibility and knowledge of 19th Century literature that extends far beyond the world of Sherlock Holmes."

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The Norwich Murders

Kelvin Jones

£7.32

There's a serial killer stalking the streets of Norwich and it's the job of DCI Price (known to his colleagues as 'Ketch,' }to unmask him. Although there's not much in the way of forensic evidence, Ketch believes that killer is a religious maniac. Plagued by alcoholism and melancholia. Ketch struggles to keep pace as the killer's body count slowly rises. A fast paced and atmospheric crime thriller set against the backdrop of an ancient city.

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The Prophet of Marathon

Bob Waldner

$4.99

James Bennett didn't come to the Florida Keys to find a new father. As the rebellious, serially underemployed scion of an old-money New York family, he'd spent years disappointing the one he already had. But when smooth-talking ex-televangelist John Wainwright takes an interest in him, he spurns an invitation to grow up and finally join his family's business on Wall Street in favor of staying in Marathon to help Wainwright rebuild his church.

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Betrayal: Book 1

Sharon Brownlie

$2.99

What makes a woman kill? An upbringing marred by rejection and hurt when you are let down by the ones you love and a society that is supposed to protect you? As a teenager that rejection lures Helen King into the world of drugs and prostitution.

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Toxic Minds: The damage is done... (A Lambeth Group Thriller)

Gordon Bickerstaff

$2.99

Conspiracy. Suspense. Thriller
Toxic Minds is a thrilling emotional drama.
'There's a special place in hell for women who don't help each other' - Madeleine Albright
The damage is done… Alexa Sommer had it all - then came meltdown, and divorce as she is forced out of her job. Desperately, she tries to reconnect with her family and rebuild her life in a new job. But her work is controversial, and her enemies plan to stop her by any means. Alexa's new colleagues have a compelling reason to want her sacked. Gavin Shawlens is a colleague, and he is all Alexa has on her side as a perfect storm of dreadful nightmares bear down on her.

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The Black Fox: Run for your life... (A Lambeth Group Thriller)

Gordon Bickerstaff

$2.99

Incredible conspiracy. Intricate espionage. Spy story.
Zoe Tampsin is resourceful, smart and Special Forces-trained, but she has been given an impossible mission.
She has to protect scientist, Gavin Shawlens, from assassination by the CIA, and discover the secret trapped in Gavin's mind that the CIA want destroyed.

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