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Stuff To Spy For
Hapless best friends James Lessor and Skip Moore decide to become amateur private eyes when presented with an offer they cannot refuse, but probably should have, in this LOL third outing.
Styx & Stone Review
1960's newspaper reporter Ellie Stone rushed to New York City when she found out her estranged father, a distinguished professor, had been savagely bludgeoned in his home. Local police believed it was a routine break in, but Ellie thought otherwise.
Sweet Tea Revenge Review
The groom is dead, the bride is devastated and angry, and there is a murderer loose in Charleston. Indigo Tea Shop owner Theodosia Browning helps Detective Tidwell sort out the numerous suspects, whether he wants her to or not.
T is for Trespass Review
Award winning author Sue Grafton's latest mystery landed on the bestseller list. Read a quick blurb, plus personal information about PI Kinsey Millhone.
The 6th Target Review
The Women's Murder Club go through their toughest time ever as one member fights for her life and the other three work to get a serial killer off the streets.
The Ark Review
Archeologist Dilara Kenner and combat engineeer Tyler Locke race to find the secret behind Noah's Ark, and her father's disappearance, before its secret is used once again to totally destroy the earth.
The Arthur Ellis Awards
The prestigious Arthur Ellis Awards are presented in early June by the Crime Writers of Canada, a national organization for Canadian crime writers.
The Bad Always Die Twice Review
1950's actor Rex March died in a fiery plane crash in the California desert. Six month's later his body shows up in the bed of his former lover, and police accuse her of killing him just a few hours before he was found.
The Big Sleep Review
In Raymond Chandler's first novel, hard-boiled private eye Philip Marlowe was introduced with great success. He became one of the most popular detectives in crime fiction history.
The Black Stiletto Black and White Review
While Martin Talbot screens a 1959 film of his crusading mother in disguise, similar current events tie the past and present together in this exciting thriller.
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