Sort By:
« prev 1 … 23… 33 34 35 36 37 … 45 next »
851 – 875 of 1109

The Cult of Light and Lies
One night, and one stupid mistake, turned the life of suburban housewife and mother, Tilley Jenkins, into a prison of paranoia and fear. Dancing and drinking on a rare girl's night out, feeling young and sexy, she flirts with a man she met briefly. Before she knows it, she's had too much to drink and no way home. She wakes in the morning and finds herself in bed with him, the first man she's slept with, besides her husband, in twenty-five years. Her guilt spirals her down the pathway of depress... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Day That Dusty Died [Deb Ralston Series Book 9]
Detective Deb Ralston's personal and professional lives interact badly, as she copes with foot surgery and the return of her sister, a drug addict and prostitute now ridden with AIDS, and with the suicide of a teenage girl, the rape of a six-year-old, and the overly-friendly Mr. Washington.
Add to Cart

The Dead Detective
C.J. Thomas wishes she had never heard of Budge Dirkwood. It's not the fact that she stumbled over his dead body when she went to meet him for the first time, and it's not the fact that the victim's obnoxious rich cousin seems intent on having her arrested for the murder. It's not even the fact that the victim was a somewhat flaky pawnbroker who dabbled in the I Ching and believed in all the paranormal phenomena that C.J.'s rational mind automatically rejects. No, the problem is that the ghost o... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Dead Sea Codex
While visiting Israel, archaeologist and museum curator Lisa Donahue finds an ancient papyrus, part of a lost first century AD codex on the teachings of Jesus' female disciples. Lisa teams up with her ex-boyfriend Gregory Manzur, racing to find the rest of the codex ahead of Christian fanatics who will kill to prevent the codex's publication. Told from multiple points of view, this mystery/suspense story is set in Israel in 1997, prior to the recent Palestinian uprisings. The characters, two Ame... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Deadly Game
"Gems fascinate me--the way women do. Like women, each gem is different. Each has its own individual coloring and shape. It can be a glittering thing, full of fire--or it can be cold and forbidding." Mike Sloan, most-wanted jewel thief and respectable jeweler on the side, was an expert with both gems and women. He could always get a beautiful woman to front for him. But tonight was his biggest and most dangerous job--and it would take more than a beautiful woman to keep Mike Sloan warm--and ali... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Deadly Thorn
When Sally Oliver discovers her husband of only three months has murdered two previous wives, she flees for her life with the aid of her friend, Julia. Jimmy, obsessed with getting Sally back, follows her and Julia to Seattle. Even with detectives Williams and O'Brian on the job, Jimmy manages to kidnap Sally twice. He then discovers his third wife is helping the police. The three women take matters into their own hands and disguise themselves to track Jimmy down.
Add to Cart

The Defender's Duty [Sinclair Brothers Trilogy Book 3]
All that New York City cop Jude Sinclair wants is to get back on his feet, fighting crime. And as long as he's stuck recuperating in Virginia, he's going to make everyone as miserable as he is. But health aide Lacey Carmichael refuses to run away. Sweet, optimistic and beautiful, she's everything Jude won't allow himself to need. Because danger has followed Jude all the way from New York. And with everyone around him at risk, it'll take everything Jude's got to do his duty, and to keep Lacey saf... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Devil's Dance
THE DEVIL'S DANCE! A ring of evil buried in an ancient forest, the Devil's Dance belongs to the country of the Melungeons, that strange race of outcasts whose prehistoric origin is unknown. People believe that they worship the Devil himself, practicing obscene rites and drinking the blood of their victims during their debauched rituals. When Christine arrives at the ancient mansion where her sister's staying, she hears all the lurid stories about the curious country folk. Then she discovers she ... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Devil's Gate
"Marry me, Anna, Be my wife--" When Tavas Haspura wills the Devil's Gate ranch to Anna instead of his own nephew, Ivan, the words Anna has hoped all her life to hear from her secret love bring suspicion and fear rather than joy and anticipation. Anna soon discovers the isolated Nevada ranch is in a state of panic. Mysterious cattle mutilations cause rumors of witchcraft, threatening to plunge the ranch into financial ruin. When Ivan's wife Colleen turns up missing and her body is found deep in t... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Diamond Bullet Murder Case [A Gillian Hazeltine Courtroom Mystery]
The Inspiration for Perry Mason! Erle Stanley Gardner used to read the Gillian Hazeltine courtroom mysteries, as an attorney himself, they inspired Gardner to create his own lawyer sleuth, Perry Mason. Now read the original!! Although the unusual aspects of The Diamond Bullet Murder Case fascinate the great criminal lawyer, Gillian Hazeltine, he refuses to take the case--convinced the defendant cannot possibly be saved, for the defendant's fiancée, Nellie Hearthstone, a terrified orphan, confess... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Diamond Exchange
An international courier--know him as Rincon--is paid well to discreetly convey the interests of his clients who operate on the shady side, even the dark side, of law and convention. In the case of "The Diamond Exchange," that task is clandestinely transporting a priceless collection of precious jewels clustered in gold as well as enshrouded in a country's turbulent history. Rincon escorts the national treasure from Europe to South America and back, all in the course of his dangerous but highly... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Diamond Seekers
When a courier for the powerful crime family descended from Niccoli Machiavelli realizes he's being followed by a rival family assassin, he takes a detour through the English countryside to shake his pursuer. He manages to hide his precious cargo--a fortune in blood diamonds from Sierra Leone--before his pursuer collides with an English family on a holiday drive. The courier drowns in a swollen river; the mother and son die in the crash. The father is emotionally devastated, and retires in despa... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Dirt-Brown Derby
PI Frank Johnson is hired by Mary Taliaferro, a wealthy aristocrat owning a horse estate near Middleburg, Virginia. Mary's teen-age daughter Emily has died in a riding tragedy. The local law enforcement says it's an accident. Mary thinks it's murder. Frank is broke and the money Mary offers is too good to pass up, but his case quickly becomes more complicated when the stable manager is murdered one day after he starts his investigation. Frank soon discovers that there is much more going on here,... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Dr. Thorndyke Mystery Omnibus: The Red Thumb Mark; Dr. Thorndyke's Cases; The Eye of Osiris
First Three Classic Books Featuring "The Greatest Medico-Legal Detective Of All Time!" That's what the Encyclopedia of Mystery and Detection hails R. Austin Freeman's legendary fictional sleuth, Dr. John Evelyn Thorndyke, forensic scientist and attorney. Like Sherlock Holmes, he is concerned with spying out concrete clues from which he can build irrefutable evidence against those guilty of crimes like theft an murder. A resident of London's Inner Temple district, Thorndyke is tall, slender, athl... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Dream Ender [A Dick Hardesty Mystery]
The plague came, seemingly, from nowhere, striking down tens of thousands without reason or mercy; and the stricken community rallied for whatever protection it could find. When PI Dick Hardesty is hired to investigate the murder of a man who was a willing partner in the slaughter, he must wend his way through a convoluted maze of suspects to find the one person responsible. And, as always, he learns that things are never as simple as they first appear.
Add to Cart

The Drowning Pool
Police Lieutenant, Mike Gardner, proposes marriage to Kim Reynolds, an academic librarian, but her response is not what he hoped for. Kim, a woman of independent mind and spirit, is not ready to make a total commitment to Mike. Undaunted, when Mike gets a call about a homicide which occurred nearby, he invites Kim to act as a consultant in the investigation. He respects Kim's paranormal intuition. Kim and Mike of The Inferno Collection, join forces again to solve the puzzling, mysterious death o... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Dumb Shall Sing
The harsh realities of village life in Colonial New England are fertile ground for gossip and superstition. Catherine Williams, a wealthy widow and midwife, refuses to believe that an Irish Catholic servant girl is to blame for the mysterious death of a newborn infant Catherine delivered. With the help of her Native American servant, Massaquoit, she must use the town's own religious prejudices to discover the truth. Historical Mystery by Stephen Lewis, originally published by Berkley Prime Crime
Add to Cart

The E. Phillips Oppenheim Mystery Omnibus: The Box with Broken Seals; The Double Traitor; The Zeppelin's Passenger
'"Brilliantly Constructed and Convincingly Told!" Wrote The London Times. Don't miss this handpicked trio of our editor's favorite Oppenheim thrillers! E. Phillips Oppenheim was one of the inventor's of the spy novel. Before James Bond 007, Oppenheim's debonair British agents were busy saving the free world from enemy agents, traitors, and vengeance seeking madmen. And romance is one of the strongest elements of any Oppenheim masterwork. All his books could be summed up by this review from the L... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Enemy Stalks [Hawkman Book 1]
Agent Jim Anderson has retired from the Agency due to an eye injury he acquired after seeking revenge against his wife's killers. He's found all but the ring leader, Dick Hendersen. When he leaves the Agency, he's given a new identity: Tom Casey, Private Investigator. He moves to the remote Copco Lake in northern California, where his ability to heal injured hawks earns him the nickname Hawkman by the local residents. There he meets, Jennifer Morgan, a young widow. Dick Henderson is the double a... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Eye of Anna
I hadn't reread this book in years. When I began to prepare it for FictionWise, I discovered that it may be the best book I ever wrote. How do you simultaneously chase a serial killer and fight a massive hurricane? Mark Shigata and Al Quinn have to do it.
Add to Cart

The Face On Miss Fanny's Wall
After recognizing her great-grandmother's picture on the wall of a restored bordello-turned-visitor center, Tessa Steele sets out to track down exactly how Hallie became one of Miss Fanny's 'ladies'. Threatening phone calls and letters warning her that Nosy little girls get into trouble become the least of her worries when she meets Sgt. Dale McCord, a state police officer investigating a series of so-called 'hauntings' at Miss Fanny's. Caught between her own curiosity about Miss Fanny's and... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Fag Is Not For Burning
Skewered by a Spear and Barbecued! Seattle gay art gallery owner Horton Lendland is definitely dead, and it wasn't just a wienie roast! The suspects are legion: A hustler--two business partners--the best friend--the once-successful painter--the Catholic priest--sundry street urchins--the gay bar owner--the S&M crowd--the American Indian--the teacher accused of pederasty. Trouble is, the Seattle P.D.'s too busy chasing serial killers to spare anyone but the young, inexperienced Detective Cord Max... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Fergus Hume Mystery Omnibus: Mystery of a Handsom Cab; The Green Mummy; The Secret Passage
The First Mystery Novel Megabestseller & Two Others! When Fergus Hume's classic detective novel Mystery of a Hansom Cab first appeared in 1888, two years after the initial magazine appearance of the first Sherlock Holmes story, it created a sensation. Doyle's creation had whetted the public appetite for tales of mystery and detection, and Hume's Mystery of a Hansom Cab appeared to satisfy that hunger. Almost half-a-million copies were snatched up in the United Kingdom alone, an unheard of sale f... more info>>
Add to Cart

The Fires of Remorse
Imagine a middle-aged man with a solid career, beautiful wife and a waterfront home in sunny South Florida. Picture also, a gorgeous ophthalmologist with a beachfront condo, her own thriving practice and a bevy of rich friends sharing her life in the fast lane. You would have thought they had won life's lottery. Wanting for nothing, intoxicated by pleasure and devoid of pain. It's a natural assumption that would be wrong. Ugly intruders, like wantonness and jealousy, infect perfect worlds. Uninv... more info>>
Add to Cart

The First Mary Roberts Rinehart Omnibus: The Bat; The Breaking Point; Where There is a Will
Three classic MRR spellbinders in one inexpensive eBook! Download Rinehart's best, The Bat, The Breaking Point, and Where There's a Will--for one low price! Rinehart's mysteries are filled with love and humor, and feature ordinary people in terrifying situations that could happen to anyone. You have a relative with a will, don't you? Could it be the springboard to murder in your family? Everyone has a breaking point? What's yours? If an insane murderer picked you out as a target, how confident d... more info>>
Add to Cart

« prev 1 … 23… 33 34 35 36 37 … 45 next »
851 – 875 of 1109