Books

Format: 11/2018
Format: 11/2018
MacLeod, Charlotte
Charlotte MacLeod
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A young woman investigates the death of her wealthy, estranged father in a small Rhode Island town in this novel by the author of the Peter Shandy Mysteries.

Cirak's Daughter by Charlotte MacLeod
MacLeod, Charlotte
Charlotte MacLeod
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A historical mystery set in early twentieth-century New England from the acclaimed author of the Peter Shandy series.

King Devil by Charlotte MacLeod
MacLeod, Charlotte
Charlotte MacLeod
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A young woman must escape family conflict—and find her own identity—in order to track down a thief in this novel by an acclaimed mystery writer.

Maid of Honor by Charlotte MacLeod
Marlowe, Stephen
Stephen Marlowe
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A PI heads from DC to Saudi Arabia to save the life of a client targeted by a hit man.

Mecca for Murder by Stephen Marlowe
Rice, Craig
Craig Rice
[field_chapter]

The Dorothy Parker of detective fiction (William Ruehlmann) ghostwrites for silver-screen sleuth George Sanders in this "thriller with laughs on the side"(New York Herald-Tribune).

Crime on My Hands by Craig Rice
Rice, Craig
Craig Rice
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From the "grand dame of mystery mixed with screwball comedy": The children of a widowed mystery writer play amateur sleuths and matchmakers (Ed Gorman, Ellery Queen Award-winning author).

Home Sweet Homicide by Craig Rice
Rice, Craig
Craig Rice
[field_chapter]

A midway murder sends a terrified eyewitness running for her life—from a cop, a con, and her own secrets—in this mystery by the author of the John J. Malone series.

Innocent Bystander by Craig Rice
Rice, Craig
Craig Rice
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A weekend getaway among friends becomes an occasion for murder in this "entertaining tantalizer" of a whodunit (Kirkus Reviews).

The Man Who Slept All Day by Craig Rice
Rice, Craig
Craig Rice
[field_chapter]

From the author of the John J. Malone Mysteries: An estranged relative becomes heir to a Chesapeake Bay fortune—and his family's ghostly history.

Yesterday's Murder by Craig Rice
Rice, Craig
Craig Rice
[field_chapter]

Two New York City street photographers develop a deadly get-rich-quick scheme in this novel from "the grand dame of mystery mixed with screwball comedy" (Ed Gorman).

The Sunday Pigeon Murders by Craig Rice
Rice, Craig
Craig Rice
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This Thanksgiving, two birds of a feather are about to get plucked—"Why can't all murders be as funny as those concocted by Craig Rice?" (New York Times)

The Thursday Turkey Murders by Craig Rice
Rice, Craig
Craig Rice
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The "grand dame of mystery mixed with screwball comedy" introduces her popular, sharp-witted Chicago lawyer/sleuth (Ed Gorman, Ellery Queen Award-winning author).

Eight Faces at Three by Craig Rice
Rice, Craig
Craig Rice
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A Chicago attorney scours the Big Apple for a missing bride and a wedding-night murderer in a mystery that's "Miss Rice at her best" (The New Yorker).

Having Wonderful Crime by Craig Rice
Rice, Craig
Craig Rice
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A supermodel's beauty secrets trigger an ugly series of murders in this "pretty damn wonderful" mystery (New York Times).

My Kingdom for a Hearse by Craig Rice
Rice, Craig
Craig Rice
[field_chapter]

A Chicago cad blackmails a torch singer in this thriller: "Why can't all murders be as funny as those concocted by Craig Rice?" (New York Times)

The Corpse Steps Out by Craig Rice

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