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Deadly Trail [Tempe Crabtree Mystery Series Prequel]
The tranquility of the village of Bear Creek in the Southern Sierra is disrupted by the suspicious death of the owner of the local Inn. Investigating a murder case isn't Deputy Tempe Crabtree's job, but when the detectives don't look any further than Nick Two John as the primary suspect, Tempe begins asking questions. Putting the planning for her wedding to Pastor Hutch Hutchinson on hold, it doesn't take long for her to discover there are several more people who wanted the victim dead, includin... more info>>
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Whispers in the Night
At night Sandi's perfect life seems less than perfect. The only child of a well-to-do family that runs an art gallery, in the light of day she's beautiful (although she doesn't think so), and engaged to a successful stockbroker. But at night, there are the whispers… Are the whispers trying to say something, or is she simply insane? Sandi doesn't understand, and is sure her family and fiancé won't either. She changes her major from art history to psychology to look for answers. Then, one evening ... more info>>
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The Sweet Ride
"As far as I'm concerned, Richard S. Prather was the King of the paperback P.I writers of the 60s. Shell Scott should be in the Top Ten of any readers list of favorite private eyes." --Robert J. Randisi For four decades, Richard S. Prather published over 40 works of detective fiction, most featuring his clever, cad-about-town hero, Shell Scott. Known for their arched humor, punchy dialogue, and sunny Southern California locale, the Shell Scott books represent one of the greatest private ey... more info>>
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The Sure Thing
"As far as I'm concerned, Richard S. Prather was the King of the paperback P.I writers of the 60s. Shell Scott should be in the Top Ten of any readers list of favorite private eyes." --Robert J. Randisi For four decades, Richard S. Prather published over 40 works of detective fiction, most featuring his clever, cad-about-town hero, Shell Scott. Known for their arched humor, punchy dialogue, and sunny Southern California locale, the Shell Scott books represent one of the greatest private ey... more info>>
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Dance With The Dead
"As far as I'm concerned, Richard S. Prather was the King of the paperback P.I writers of the 60s. Shell Scott should be in the Top Ten of any readers list of favorite private eyes." --Robert J. Randisi For four decades, Richard S. Prather published over 40 works of detective fiction, most featuring his clever, cad-about-town hero, Shell Scott. Known for their arched humor, punchy dialogue, and sunny Southern California locale, the Shell Scott books represent one of the greatest private ey... more info>>
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Dead Man Falling
False identities, the persistence of memory, and the refusal to admit that love cannot save you, combine in a razor-edged crime novel that establishes Randall Silvis as one of the preeminent practitioners of the literary art. The hero of this novel, Mac Parris, isn't who he appears to be. A wildlife photographer living under an assumed name, he knows firsthand that the most dangerous animal of all is the one behind the camera. He has spent his adult life hiding from the FBI and his own past, whi... more info>>
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Buried in Baltimore [A Toni Credella Mystery]
When Toni Credella teams up with a tough private investigator in hopes of getting her own PI license, she finds herself investigating one crime too many. What's the connection between the murder of a homeless woman and a young girl who met a mysterious death decades earlier? Why has that forgotten girl's body been buried in a public place for so long? The search for answers sends Toni on a roller coaster ride of suspense, mystery and danger. To get her feet safely back on the ground, she'll have... more info>>
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Murder Observed
Barry Lockwood is a lucky guy, or so it seems. He's found himself in a fresh relationship with Elizabeth Bauer, a lovely and charming journalism student, young enough to be his granddaughter and she's craving commitment. It seems so right but Anna Pittman smells something fishy. Twenty years after divorcing Barry, she still has a knack for ruining his good times. She suspects that this young lass is barking up the wrong tree. Then there is Dollfuss Moltke, Beth's shadowy, omnipresent companion c... more info>>
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Murder Crossed
It's been a long time since Clara Gamadge's school days, but forever young at heart she still has close ties to the old gang and her alma mater, Woolcott Academy. Springtime on campus is usually a time of winding down and wrapping up until suddenly murder and suspense are the only subjects on anyone's mind. Usually when Clara receives a note from Louise Littleton, Wolcott's youthful and sprightly beautiful headmistress, it's just to keep in touch, but this time it concerns mysterious circumstanc... more info>>
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Trouble in Paradise
It seemed logical that Captain Jose Da Silva of the Brazilian Federal Police Force, a man with a maverick reputation for problem solving, be the one assigned to solve Brazil's growing scourge of death squads. They were unpredictable and ran on their own agenda. So did Da Silva. His superiors knew he worked on the fringes of authority and would send him to the edge-to the remote border town of Paraiso. There had been five new underworld slayings and the signs pointed to a new kind of death squad.... more info>>
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Fifty Candles
Earl Derr Biggers (1884-1933) is best remembered as the creator of Chinese detective Charlie Chan, whose long-running series of exploits (portrayed in the movies first by Warner Oland and later Sidney Toler) made him a world-famous character from the 1930s to the 1950s. At the height of the series, Charlie Chan was nearly on par with Sherlock Holmes ... and he spawned such Oriental detective imitators as Mr. Moto and Mr. Wong. Biggers had always been interested in mystery fiction, but his intere... more info>>
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A Kind of Justice
A KIND OF JUSTICE is an anthology of mystery, suspense and horror that takes the reader from Southern California to the Caribbean, from Tennessee to Mexico and points in between. Justice can have many faces.
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Raffles Holmes & Company
A Wildside Mystery Classic. In Raffles Holmes & Company, the son of Sherlock Holmes (who also happens to be the grandson of debonaire thief A. J. Raffles (the literary creation of E. W. Hornung) decides to have his own adventures published. Upon selecting the man who will chronicle his life (much as Watson did for Holmes's adventures), we get the tale of Raffles' astonishing origin, followed by an exciting series of adventures involving burglary, extortion, armed robbery, and more--with Raffles ... more info>>
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Trouble in Tahiti: Commissaire Tama, Chief of Police
WORMS IN THE APPLE OF PARADISE! CRIME IN TAHITI: Just like the golden-skinned vahines, it's not like it is anywhere else … A con man who pulls gold nuggets from the bellies of fish … A banker who drops dead at the front-door delivery of his own coffin … An animal-rights sex-kitten who murders a foie gras producer next to his goose pens … A million-dollar sniffer dog stabbed to death for reasons unknown … A seven-foot transvestite hooker who brutalizes her clients … BUT FOR BIZARRE CRIMES, A UNIQ... more info>>
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Tequila Sunrise: Hardboiled P.I. Nathaniel Rose--Bullets, Booze, and Broads
Private Eye. Tough Guy. He works hard, plays hard, and loves hard. Rose would do anything for the women in his life, from the strippers to the socialites. When an old case comes back to haunt him, who can Rose trust? When a client's husband disappears, why does Rose lose his taste for fast food? When a young woman wants to make a few copies, why does she honeymoon in heaven? When seven witnesses watch a man kill his wife and her lover, how lucky can he be? When a socialite wants her husband dead... more info>>
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Alibi and Dr. Morelle
A Wildside Mystery Classic. At the time that Ted Patrick is planning to pull off his biggest house-breaking job, Dr. Morelle, aided as ever by Miss Frayle, sets up an off-beat criminological experiment, which is destined to have unexpected results. The success of Ted Patrick's coup, achieved with the inside help of a pretty blonde, Myra Campbell, is marred by the killing of a village policeman. Patrick gets away with the loot but runs into trouble when his cleverly planned alibi crumbles dramati... more info>>
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Liquid Death and other Stories
John Russell Fearn began his writing career as a pioneer in the science fiction field, appearing in all of the American pulp science fiction magazines in the early 1930s. However, many of his fans don't know that Fearn was also a prolific and successful writer in other genres, especially crime and detective fiction. This volume contains some of his best stories from the famous "weird menace" pulp magazine, Thrilling Mystery Stories, plus several others, including two which are previously unpubli... more info>>
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Dead Man's Walk
"As far as I'm concerned, Richard S. Prather was the King of the paperback P.I writers of the 60s. Shell Scott should be in the Top Ten of any readers list of favorite private eyes." --Robert J. Randisi For four decades, Richard S. Prather published over 40 works of detective fiction, most featuring his clever, cad-about-town hero, Shell Scott. Known for their arched humor, punchy dialogue, and sunny Southern California locale, the Shell Scott books represent one of the greatest private ey... more info>>
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Kill Him Twice
"As far as I'm concerned, Richard S. Prather was the King of the paperback P.I writers of the 60s. Shell Scott should be in the Top Ten of any readers list of favorite private eyes." --Robert J. Randisi For four decades, Richard S. Prather published over 40 works of detective fiction, most featuring his clever, cad-about-town hero, Shell Scott. Known for their arched humor, punchy dialogue, and sunny Southern California locale, the Shell Scott books represent one of the greatest private ey... more info>>
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Secret of the Second Door
Now that the killer was hunting him down, now that he was about to die, Neil wondered: Was Corinne worth dying for? She had lied to him, she had cheated him and been unfaithful to him. Now she had betrayed him. But Neil understood at last. He was as helpless against Corinne as he was against the bullets that were waiting for him.
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Bad Girls
When a French secret service operative is murdered on a lonely Alpine highway, a womanizing CIA agent must find the killer and terminate ... with Extreme Prejudice. Back in the states, the same agent discovers ... The Only Good Red. Three years after a bank robbery goes bad, a convict on the verge of parole learns that his partner's wife really knows how to set up a ... Con Job. When an attractive young woman borrows money for a new car, it's the loan manager who learns never to trust the ... Fi... more info>>
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The Trojan Hearse
"As far as I'm concerned, Richard S. Prather was the King of the paperback P.I writers of the 60s. Shell Scott should be in the Top Ten of any readers list of favorite private eyes." --Robert J. Randisi For four decades, Richard S. Prather published over 40 works of detective fiction, most featuring his clever, cad-about-town hero, Shell Scott. Known for their arched humor, punchy dialogue, and sunny Southern California locale, the Shell Scott books represent one of the greatest private ey... more info>>
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Grave Secrets
Dr. Amy Prescott has just one clue, a mysterious message left to her from Simon Kittredge, a rogue reporter hot on the trail of a sticky stock scam. The snag is he's disappeared in the run-down mining town of Rock Springs, Idaho. Amy rushes into the fray only to find fierce resistance from the town folk. To find what they are hiding Amy must enlist the natural resourcefulness of Native American master of disguise Nathan Blackthorne. Together they will find Simon's trail as the intrigue grows, th... more info>>
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Kill the Clown
"As far as I'm concerned, Richard S. Prather was the King of the paperback P.I writers of the 60s. Shell Scott should be in the Top Ten of any readers list of favorite private eyes." --Robert J. Randisi For four decades, Richard S. Prather published over 40 works of detective fiction, most featuring his clever, cad-about-town hero, Shell Scott. Known for their arched humor, punchy dialogue, and sunny Southern California locale, the Shell Scott books represent one of the greatest private ey... more info>>
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Shell Scott's Seven Slaughters
"As far as I'm concerned, Richard S. Prather was the King of the paperback P.I writers of the 60s. Shell Scott should be in the Top Ten of any readers list of favorite private eyes." --Robert J. Randisi For four decades, Richard S. Prather published over 40 works of detective fiction, most featuring his clever, cad-about-town hero, Shell Scott. Known for their arched humor, punchy dialogue, and sunny Southern California locale, the Shell Scott books represent one of the greatest private ey... more info>>
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