Sort By:
« prev 1 … 9… 19 20 21 22 23 … 33 … 45 next »
501 – 525 of 1109

Las Vegas Gold
Three strikes...you're dead? A Major League baseball team with a woman as manager? A starting pitcher who can not only throw a baseball with a the best but can throw a whole game to Las Vegas gamblers? A gang of drug smugglers who are attempting to take over the team for their own purposes? Las Vegas Gold is a novel that has all this and more. Molly Malone is the red-haired manager of a group of American League baseball players all carefully chosen from the ranks of free agent and amateur play... more info>>
Add to Cart

Last Licks
Spud and Sweet are determined to figure out which one of them is going to be the most favorite potato at the Thanksgiving meal. The problem is, this is one bet that guarantees somebody is going to get mashed. This story is part of the Thanksgiving mystery anthology THE KILLER WORE CRANBERRY.
Add to Cart

Laugh Not [Sunset Investigations Vol. VI]
Ferreting out the reason for a deliberate hit-and-run was complicated enough for the detectives of Sunset Investigations, as was finding a stolen show horse before threats of mutilation could be carried out. Far worse, however, was learning the identity of a territorial werewolf before he slaughtered another hapless person.
Add to Cart

Lawman-in-Charge
Former crime-scene investigator Megan O'Ryan helped convict the St. Patrick's Strangler, who killed Megan's sister. Now she's trying to heal in a small Wisconsin town. But a copycat killer is at work in Crystal Lake, and Sheriff Luke Torretti needs Megan's help-on the case and at home, where the widower's troubled teenage son has become a suspect. The boy claims he's innocent-and Megan believes him. Because the more she and Luke investigate, the more Megan becomes convinced that her own past has... more info>>
Add to Cart

Least Favorite Son
When the police close the case due to lack of suspects, the owner of stolen hunting gear turns to female private eye Bo Fexler for answers. What she finds is family drama and a neighborhood feud. A least favorite son is either looking for approval or acting out of spite and Bo's about to expose everything. A short story from our Fingerprints line.
Add to Cart

Leave No Trace
Jessica Waters was looking forward to attending college in the fall with her best friend, Sandra Adams. But when Sandra disappears the night after prom, mutual friend, Jason Harris becomes the number one suspect. Jason isn't the only suspect in the tight-knit community of Carlsbad, New Mexico. Before Sandra disappeared, she confessed to having an affair with coach and teacher, Carl Lundstrum. Now Jessica is going to make it her mission to find out what happened to her best friend if it is the la... more info>>
Add to Cart

Left at Georgetown
Virginia Davies has a lot going on in her life--a new marriage, new city, new job, a new play--and murder! She married her longtime boyfriend Dr. Andy Clark, then they moved from Orange County, California to Georgetown, Texas, where she took a job as a curator at the prestigious San Gabriel Museum. Her main source of pride, her manuscript--Murder as a Community Project--was optioned for production as a play. Unfortunately, Virginia's propensity for finding trouble followed her from the west coas... more info>>
Add to Cart

Legal Tender
Lindy thinks she has it all. An exciting life in New York City. Career prospects. Men. And she does, too. That is, until Granny Walker is killed. Then, all bets are off. To satisfy the terms of Granny's will Lindy must step into her grandmother's orthopedic shoes and assume her place on the family farm. She'll have to uncover the mystery between a raging bull and a Mustang, all while finding a husband and fighting off a nasty cousin. Life on the farm makes a white sale at Bloomie's look like chi... more info>>
Add to Cart

Legendary Women Detectives: 6 Novelets Featuring The World's Greatest Female Super-Sleuths
Sherlock Holmes' Female Rivals! This unique collection for connoisseurs of detection done female style brings back six of the greatest fictional women sleuths of the era of gaslights and horseless carriages. Fans of Kinsey Milhone and other contemporary women detectives, as well as of Agatha Christie and Honey West, will love this collection featuring the foremothers of today's fictional female crime-fighters. Long out of print and unobtainable, these celebrated women 'tecs--Baroness Orczy's Lad... more info>>
Add to Cart

Less Than Frank [Gracie Lee Series Book 3]
My new job: Gracie Lee Harris, dead body finder. First, my con-man husband. Now, Frank, the no-good contractor renovating my apartment. Frank was less than, well, frank, with people; now someone has made sure he's less than alive. And I think Ray--uh, Detective Fernandez--is starting to wonder about me, since I'm always sticking my nose into his homicide investigations. That could be the reason he keeps coming to question me.... They say God doesn't give us more than we can handle, but I wish He... more info>>
Add to Cart

Let Darkness Come
The murder trial promises to be the most sensational to hit Chicago in years. And attorney Briley Lester knows it could make—or break— her career. The tabloid headlines are screaming that a long-mistreated society wife has killed her abusive husband—the scion of one of the city's wealthiest, most powerful, most dangerous families…. It seems like a hopeless, open-and-shut case, but Briley is becoming more and more convinced that her client truly is innocent. A tragic secret, almost too sh... more info>>
Add to Cart

Let's Talk of Murder
A new Berkeley Brigade mystery! Not only Lord Luten, who is hors de combat, Corinne DeCoventry, Sir Reginald Prance and Coffen Pattle but that charming rascal Lord Byron become involved in this murder. The Prince Regent wants it solved--and he's willing to give Luten a government post to do it--or so he says. There's mischief afoot, and a bawdy house comes under investigation. Regency Mystery/Romance by Joan Smith; originally published by Belgrave House/Regency Reads
Add to Cart

Lethal Artist: Zion
Zion, the artist, has a passion for art and searches for the most beautiful women to grace his gallery. He loves his subjects, touches them, kisses them, but not before beheading them. In death, they are preserved for eternity. Yet, one eludes him. One with psychic abilities to match his own and she's always beyond his reach. He will stop at nothing to possess her in life or in death and make her his showcase beauty under glass.
Add to Cart

Lethal Dose of Love
What does it take to make a law-abiding, outgoing, philanthropic woman murder her only son? Sean's misdeeds began with the thefts of school kids' lunches and toys, and escalated to womanizing and blackmail. The town's reputation is in jeopardy. His mother puts up with it for twenty-seven years, four months and seventeen days--then she snaps. Claire devises a plan to poison him. Trouble is, she buys the plant, from which she derives the poison, in a good friends' shop. When Payton comes under... more info>>
Add to Cart

Lethal Knowledge
Distracted by a murder charge lodged against his daughter Jacki, semi-retired P.I. Winston Simon never expected to again find himself face-to-face with the terrorist Atesh. Now his country's new ambassador to the United Nations, Atesh is also the mastermind of an ominous threat against the United States--a plot so evil that all previous U.S. terror attacks would pale in comparison. Fearful that he will be recognized and Homeland Security alerted, Atesh devises a plan to put an end to Simon, once... more info>>
Add to Cart

Lethal Legacy
Dr. Amy Prescott has transformed the science of forensics into an art with her intuitive sense for danger and an eye for detail. When Mai Nguyen is found sprawled out on her kitchen floor in a pool of blood and shattered glass, Sheriff Boyce is confident that Amy's colleague, the victim's husband, Dr. Cam Nguyen, is the murderer. Amy combs the scene, determined to uncover the truth, while Cam remains helpless in jail unable to prove his innocence. Amy's involvement in the case becomes too person... more info>>
Add to Cart

Lethal Memoirs
As senior editor of a major publishing house, April Matthews has often read books about murder and mayhem. However, when her brother is accused of murder, her mother goes missing, and an anonymous manuscript describes in detail an event she spent years trying to hide, she is stunned to realize that the man who killed her father is now after her and her family. Caleb McKinley is the arrogant and ambitious assistant DA, and is determined to prosecute April's brother for murder. When he finds the m... more info>>
Add to Cart

Life and Fire
Mr. Henry Smith, agent for the Phalanx Life and Fire Insurance, will stop at nothing to protect the interests of his company.... A classic mystery from the March 22, 1941 issue of "Detective Fiction Weekly."
Add to Cart

Lilah and the Locket
The first morning of Kristie''s vacation she jogs along the beach with her German shepherd, Lilah. At the base of the Cape Hatteras lighthouse, Lilah finds a human bone below the sand dune. Kristie''s plans for a quiet week are forgotten as she joins in the investigation. Ocean breezes blow across the Outer Banks of North Carolina and Kristie uncovers a personal connection to the murder victim and her locket. She meets a handsome government worker named Nathan who is working to complete the Nati... more info>>
Add to Cart

Lion in the Path
Aubrey Brice knew someone wanted her dead, but why? Was it because of the accident that she had witnessed? Perhaps it had something to do with the mysterious woman in red. She had even come to suspect that her family was somehow entangled in the intrigue. Could she trust anyone? Certainly not the shrewd and disturbing claims adjuster, Gregory Sterling. Able to see no way out of her plight, Aubrey turns amateur detective in an effort to bring a murderer to justice.
Add to Cart

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>>
Add to Cart

Little Dumber Boy
Will's aunt wants him to spend some time with his estranged son at Christmas. All Will wants is to knock off his girlfriend's husband and collect a share of the life insurance policy. Unfortunately, when you fail to take into account all the angles, the perfect crime can really ruin your holiday. A short story from our Fingerprints line.
Add to Cart

LockeStep
Professional bodyguard John Locke is in no mood to baby-sit Greg Amadeo, a drug dealer turncoat who wants to visit his wife in Mexico, collect some cash and settle debts before testifying in the States, but how can Locke pass up the warm climate, lovely ladies and a quick buck. Amadeo has a trick up his sleeve that may cause Locke to come back in a body bag if he doesn't use all the skills he learned in the British army's SAS elite corps. With an appreciation for the more civilized aspects of li... more info>>
Add to Cart

Loot
In April 1945, The Nazis, reeling and near defeat, frantically work to hide the huge store of art treasures that Hitler has looted from Europe. Truck convoys loaded with the cultural wealth of the Western world pour in an unending stream into the compound of the vast Altaussee salt mine high in the Austrian Alps. But with the Allies closing in, the vaunted efficiency of the Nazis has broken down. At Altaussee, all is tumult and confusion. In the commotion a single truck, its driver, and its pri... more info>>
Add to Cart

Lost City of the Condor
Arla Vaughn: Pre-Columbian Treasure Series -- the Inca. While traveling on a local bus in Chinchero, Peru, Arla is approached by a mysterious female peddler who shows her a small, silver warrior. The statue is identical to those found only in rare Inca tombs located high in the Andes. Arla suspects this is a genuine artifact, perhaps stolen from the same Capacocha burial site her co-worker, Lance Hayden, is seeking. When the woman tells her she has many more items for sale, Arla follows her t... more info>>
Add to Cart

« prev 1 … 9… 19 20 21 22 23 … 33 … 45 next »
501 – 525 of 1109