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The Double Cross Review
Nell and the rest of the Someday Quilts group wonder what they got themselves into when their quilting retreat host ends up dead, and one of their own is the chief suspect.
The Fallen Review
Twenty world leaders are meeting for the G8 summit in beautiful Colorado Springs. When a rogue terrorist group threatens to destroy the leaders if their demands are not met, there is only one man that can stop the slaughter.
The Fat Man Review
The Fat Man, A Tale of North Pole Noir, is a humorous and heart-warming mystery that will have you laughing out loud and longing for more!
The Feng Shui Detective Goes West Review
Amateur detective and Feng Shui specialist C.F. Wong must travel to England to visit the Queen, and to help bring balance to the world.
The Genesis Secret Review
An exciting discovery on an archeological dig in Kurdistan and a series of murders in London are unexpectedly related in this first-class thriller.
The Ghost and Mrs. McClure Review
Penelope had a difficult evening when she hosted her first best-selling author as the new co-manager of a small town bookstore. Not only did she have to deal with his obnoxious entourage, but during his speech the author died after drinking out of a water bottle she had handed him.
The Ghost and the Femme Fatale Review
The grand opening of a renovated old movie house provided the perfect opportunity for the community of Quindicott to hold a noir film festival until a couple of suspicious accidents take their deadly toll.
The Girl Who Disappeared Twice Review
When a young girl is kidnapped in plain daylight, a newly formed renegade team of highly trained specialists and their brilliant, intuitive leader do whatever they have to in order to bring the young girl home.
The Hardy Boys
The Hardy Boys were created in 1926 and became the most popular juvenile crime series in publishing history.
The High Window Review
Raymond Chandler's third Philip Marlowe novel continues to satisfy. As Marlowe seeks a stolen coin, and contemplates a series of unexplained murders, he finds he must deal with the usual motley cast of characters.
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