Books

Format: 02/2018
Format: 02/2018
Greer, Robert
Robert Greer
[field_chapter]

A rare antique draws Denver detective C. J. Floyd into a plot of murder, greed, and a mystery rooted in nineteenth-century Utah.

The Fourth Perspective by Robert Greer
Greer, Robert
Robert Greer
[field_chapter]

A Creole woman's secrets about the Kennedy assassination lure a detective from Colorado to the Louisiana swamps in search of the truth.

The Mongoose Deception by Robert Greer
Hess, Joan
Joan Hess
[field_chapter]

After a crossbow killing at a cheap roadside motel, Ozarks police chief Arly Hanks finds herself investigating her first murder case.

Malice in Maggody by Joan Hess
Hess, Joan
Joan Hess
[field_chapter]

When a woman is shot in a cannabis patch, Arly Hanks must restore order to her Ozarks community, in this sharp-witted mystery by an Agatha Award–winning author.

Mischief in Maggody by Joan Hess
Keyes, Edward
Edward Keyes
[field_chapter]

A drug dealer turned informant navigates New York's underworld in a tale that "maintains tension" from an Edgar Award finalist (The New York Times Book Review).

Double Dare by Edward Keyes
Boot, Max
Max Boot
[field_chapter]

A chronicling of CIA operative Edward Lansdale, this biography definitively reframes our understanding of the Vietnam war.

The Road Not Taken by Max Boot
Caldwell, June
June Caldwell
[field_chapter]

Room Little Darker explores the clandestine aspects of modern life through jagged, visceral tales of wanton sex, broken relationships and futuristic nightmares – in stories both hilarious and profoundly moving.

Room Little Darker by June Caldwell
Gerlach, Heinrich
Heinrich Gerlach
[field_chapter]

The original version of the classic novel of the epic World War II battle, confiscated by the Russian secret services in 1949, and now rediscovered in the Russian archives.

Breakout at Stalingrad by Heinrich Gerlach
Goldsworthy, Adrian
Adrian Goldsworthy
[field_chapter]

A beautifully produced account of the history and importance of Hadrian's Wall.

Hadrian's Wall by Adrian Goldsworthy
Kenyon, Paul
Paul Kenyon
[field_chapter]

A vivid, heartbreaking portrait of the fate that so many African countries suffered after independence.

Dictatorland by Paul Kenyon
Nesser, Hakan
Hakan Nesser
[field_chapter]

What better way to get to know a man than to get to know his best friend? Håkan Nesser's charming, whimsical and celebratory volume to his beloved dog Norton.

Norton's Philosophical Memoirs by Hakan Nesser
Saltykov-Shchedrin, M.E.
M.E. Saltykov-Shchedrin
[field_chapter]

A powerful novel from the great Russian satirist: the Golovlev family are ruled by matriarch Arina Petrovna, but her son, Porfiry, plots her downfall.

The Golovlevs by M.E. Saltykov-Shchedrin
Goodkind, Terry
Terry Goodkind
[field_chapter]

In a spin-off from the Sword of Truth series comes the second book of The Nicci Chronicles, where new alliances are forged and old enemies return.

Shroud of Eternity by Terry Goodkind
Wexler, Django
Django Wexler
[field_chapter]

The Beast, imprisoned beneath the fortress-city of Elysium for a thousand years, has been loosed upon the world. Military might and arcane power clash in the conclusion to the Shadow Campaigns.

The Infernal Battalion by Django Wexler
Ewing, Barbara
Barbara Ewing
[field_chapter]

At a drama school reunion, recriminations spiral into an accusation of rape. A timely book in light of the Weinstein scandal.

The Actresses by Barbara Ewing

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