With her perfect life in ruins after her husband, Frank, is arrested for accounting fraud, landscape designer and mystery novel enthusiast Pat Foy joins forces with two old friends, both mystery novelists, to help her make it up to victims of the crime.
A tale inspired by the true unsolved disappearance of actress Jean Spangler in 1949 finds former stenographer and OSS spy Lily Kessler secretly investigating the murder of a Hollywood starlet, a case that is further complicated when other aspiring actresses meet a similar demise. By the author of Sugar Skull. Simultaneous. 25,000 first printing.
Traumatized detective Cassie Maddox struggles in her career and relationship with Sam O'Neill while investigating the unsettling murder of a young woman whose name matches an alias Cassie had used as an undercover officer.
Thirty-five years after a devastating accident that irrevocably shapes the lives of six people, a pair of redemption-seeking survivors reaches out to one another in an effort that is compromised by a fellow survivor's release from prison.
When a French archaeologist who has come to Istanbul looking for ancient Greek artifacts turns up dead, Yashim, an intelligence agent and a eunuch, becomes the main suspect and finds himself investigating a secret society and exploring the city's ancient waterworks to clear his name. Reprint. 30,000 first printing.
Omar Yussef, a history teacher at a UN school in the West Bank, manages to stay away from all the violence surrounding him, until a former pupil, George Saba, a Palestinian Christian accused of collaborating with the Israelis, is charged with murder, and Omar, unable to believe in his guilt, decides to investigate the case for himself. A first novel. Reprint.
In the conclusion of the Garnethill trilogy, Maureen O'Donnell faces all new threats as she deals with a lack of money, her abusive father, and the approaching trial of psychologist Angus Farrell for the murder of her boyfriend, and now an elderly stallholder at the local flea market is beaten to death, and Maureen suddenly finds her own life in danger. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.
When an editor turns up murdered in the newsroom of the financially troubled New York Globe, one of the city's leading newspapers, Priscilla Bollingsworth, an ambitious, young NYPD detective, teams up with rebellious reporter Jude Hurley to find a killer among a ruthless media tycoon, a bumbling publisher, resentful journalists, and other suspects.
Transfered to counter-espionage operations, MI5 agent Liz Carlyle learns of a Russian government plot against Nikita Brunovsky, a Russian oligarch living in Britain and a vocal opponent of Putin, and is given the task of stopping the assassination.
Addicted to pain killers and still bound to Gretchen Lowell, the beautiful serial killer who had abducted and tortured him before turning herself in, even after she is incarcerated for her crimes, Portland detective Archie Sheridan is caught in another deadly duel with a vicious murderer targeting teenage girls, ambitious reporter Susan Ward, and Gretchen herself. Reprint.
Resigning from a Manhattan law firm to work solo in Buffalo, attorney Michael Seeley reluctantly takes on a case at the request of his estranged physician brother, Leonard, involving a patent infringement on an AIDS vaccine, replacing the former lead lawyer, an apparent suicide, only to discover that the vast financial stakes in the case may have led to murder. By the author of Errors and Omissions. 20,000 first printing.
Finding local pressures rising when a crime wave peaks with the murder of a prominent restauranteur, New Orleans homicide detective Skip Langdon begins a detailed search for the killer, as well as for the victim's missing heirs