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Mystery Novels to Solve

A Long Cool Glass of Murder (The Terry Bell Mysteries Book 2)

Colin Garrow

£3.99

When taxi driver and amateur sleuth Terry takes on a new client, he doesn't expect her to turn up dead. With echoes of his recent past coming back to haunt him, can he work out what's going on before someone else gets killed?

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The Cobalt Sky (Sam Dyke Investigations Book 10)

Keith Dixon

$2.99

Edward Ransome is one of England's most famous artists - rich, a friend to celebrities and known for his devotion to his craft for almost fifty years.

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Silencing Salter (A Luca Mystery Book 7)

Dan Petrosini

$4.99

Chasing a killer can be a deadly job

Detective Luca investigates the death of a high-profile businessman, and it doesn't surprise him the man has enemies.

Powerful people make powerful enemies, after all. But Luca isn't prepared for the sheer number of people the victim pissed off - nor just how influential they .

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Push Back

Dan Petrosini

$3.99

A son's freedom against the death of thousands.

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Cop or Killer? (A Luca Mystery Book 6)

Dan Petrosini

$4.99

Breaking the law to protect your family seems reasonable, until its not.

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The Lover's Portrait: An Art Mystery (Zelda Richardson Mystery Series Book 1)

Jennifer S. Alderson

$3.99

A portrait holds the key to recovering a cache of looted artwork, secreted away during World War II, in this captivating historical art thriller set in the 1940s and present-day Amsterdam.

When a Dutch art dealer hides the stock from his gallery - rather than turn it over to his Nazi blackmailer - he pays with his life, leaving a treasure trove of modern masterpieces buried somewhere in Amsterdam, presumably lost forever. That is, until American art history student Zelda Richardson sticks her nose in.

After studying for a year in the Netherlands, Zelda scores an internship at the prestigious Amsterdam Museum, where she works on an exhibition of paintings and sculptures once stolen by the Nazis, lying unclaimed in Dutch museum depots almost seventy years later.

When two women claim the same portrait of a young girl entitled Irises, Zelda is tasked with investigating the painting's history and soon finds evidence that one of the two women must be lying about her past. Before she can figure out which one and why, Zelda learns about the Dutch art dealer's concealed collection. And that Irises is the key to finding it.

Her discoveries make her a target of someone willing to steal - and even kill - to find the missing paintings. As the list of suspects grows, Zelda realizes she has to track down the lost collection and unmask a killer if she wants to survive.

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The Paperboy: Peter Hatherall Mystery Book 6

Diana J Febry

£2.99

A stand-alone murder mystery featuring DCI Peter Hatherall.
A young mother brutally stabbed in a busy park in front of her son.

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A Secondhand Life (The Killer Thriller Series Book 1)

Pamela Crane

$4.55

FromUSA Today best-selling author Pamela Crane comes a dark thriller about the monsters that hide in plain sight.
"Fans of K.L. Slater, Teresa Driscoll, and Lisa Gardner will relish the knife-sharp prose, empowering characters, and mind-blowing twist ending ofA Secondhand Life. Crane's writing is chilling in that can't-get-enough way." -Goodreads reader review

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The Art of Fear (The Little Things That Kill Series Book 1)

Pamela Crane

$1.18

A fearless detective. A stolen child. And a killer just getting started.
FromUSA Today best-selling author Pamela Crane comes a terrifying tale of small-town secrets and murder.
Ari Wilburn's life ended long ago-the day she watched her little sister die in a tragic accident and did nothing to stop it. Crippled with self-blame and resented by her parents, she stumbles through life … and onto an unexpected clue that casts doubt on whether the death was accidental.

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In Plain Sight (Hero Series Book 3)

M A Comley

$3.56

From the New York Times bestselling author of the Justice series. M A Comley has sold over two and a half million copies worldwide. No one is safe... Not even the police. DI Nelson is used to dealing with violent crimes but this one is personal.

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The Tainted Vintage (Dvorska & Dambersky Book 1)

Clare Blanchard

$3.56

In the small Czech town of Vinice the mayor has been found dead in his wine cellar.
Detectives Jana Dvorska and Ivan Dambersky are called to the scene and soon realise that despite appearances, Mayor Slansky's death was most definitely not from natural causes.

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FINDING MIRANDA: Minokee Mysteries, Book One

Iris Chacon

$3.56

Nobody "sees" Miranda Ogilvy except the hunky blind deejay next door and the men hired to kill them both. Murder, political corruption, quirky small-town neighbors, and Dave the Wonder Dog work together to make this mystery fun, romantic, and satisfying.

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Monogamy Twist

Nancy Jardine

$1.18

When Luke Salieri inherits a dilapidated English estate from a woman he's never heard of - with quirky Dickensian conditions attached - it's a mystery he wants resolved immediately. But there's a catch: just how far will he have to go to persuade the right woman to help him?

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Topaz Eyes

Nancy Jardine

$3.95

A peculiar invitation to Heidelberg involves Keira Drummond in the search for a collection of extraordinary jewels once owned by a Mughal Emperor - the set last known to be in the possession of Amsterdam resident, Geertje Hoogeveen, in 1910. Who of Geertje's descendants can Keira rely on, since distrust among them is rife? Who is the deadliest third-cousin, determined enough to hire thugs to tail Keira and Teun Zeger, a Californian she is very drawn to, as they pair up to unearth the jewellery? And who harbours the ultimate mystery item that is even more precious than the Mughal jewels?

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Take Me Now

Nancy Jardine

$1.18

Patience isn't Nairn Malcolm's strong point when someone sabotages his business. It gets much worse when he is also under attack. Who can transport him around from his Scottish island castle base, help keep his business running smoothly, and be available to him 24/7?

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Wired For Sound: The MacGrough Clan Book 2

Cherime MacFarlane

$3.56

Number 3 Listopia's Best Indie Romantic Suspense
It's 1988 and Bushmaster is about to become history in the worst way possible when the front man is electrocuted during sound check. Someone had enough. All the band members had a motive.

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Remarkable Things

Deirdre Palmer

$3.56

It's never too late to find out who you really are...
When Gus Albourne inherits Aunt Augusta's cottage in the Sussex village of Hangburton, he finds himself with more than a property on his hands.
Why did Augusta make Gus, her adoptive nephew, her sole beneficiary, while his late brother, Robert, the natural son, was left out of the will? Robert's widow, Elspeth, and disabled daughter, Jenny, are far more deserving than Gus, but when he tries to share the legacy with Elspeth, she refuses, hinting at a long-ago family feud involving Augusta.

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