Talking God by Tony Hillerman

By Tony Hillerman

Loaded with ebook extras (not on hand within the print edition), together with Tony Hillerman's operating remark on his paintings and his sequence heroes Leaphorn and Chee; plus: a distinct profile of the Navajo nation.

A grave robber and a corpse reunite Leaphorn and Chee in a deadly enviornment of superstition, historical rite, and dwelling gods.

A grave robber and a corpse reunite Navajo Tribal Policemen Lt. Joe Leaphorn and Officer Jim Chee. As Leaphorn seeks the id of a homicide sufferer, Chee arrests Smithsonian conservator Henry Highhawk for ransacking the sacred bones of his ancestors. because the layers of every case are peeled away, it turns into shockingly transparent that they're attached, that there are mysterious others pursuing Highhawk. Leaphorn and Chee have entered into the damaging area of superstition, historical rite, and dwelling gods.

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The Coffin Lane Murders (Inspector Faro, Book 11) by Alanna Knight

By Alanna Knight

One other Case for Inspector Jeremy Faro, Edinburgh's Victorian Detective The frantic arrival of computer Dean at Inspector Faro's door one iciness morning brings information of the 1st killing in Coffin Lane. followed by way of his step-son Vince and Vince's associate on the surgical procedure, Dr Conan Pursley, Faro rushes to a bad scene. For a path of blood throughout the snow ends up in the physique of a tender lady, a knife wound in her chest. Molly Blaith were on her option to put up a letter for her organization omit Errington. Or had she? For any such trip would not have taken her down Coffin Lane. Did she have an assignation? used to be she the sufferer of against the law of ardour? Or was once her demise just the start of a reign of terror that may carry Edinburgh in its grip? for less than days later Faro is woken via one other hammering at his door. laptop Dean has come to file the second one homicide in Coffin Lane. Alanna Knight is a novelist, playwright and biographer whose writings have been; first released in 1969. She is the writer of greater than 30 novels, in addition to non-fiction works on Robert Louis Stevenson. Alanna Knight is a member of the Crime Writer's organization and of the Society of Authors in Scotland.

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Thugs and Kisses (An Odelia Grey Mystery, Book 3) by Sue Ann Jaffarian

By Sue Ann Jaffarian

With the category bully murdered at her thirtieth highschool reunion and her boss, the irritating Michael Steele, lacking, Odelia doesn't recognize which gap to poke her titanic nostril into first. This selection is made for her as she's back swept into the motion concerning agreement killers, tangled relationships, and deadly buyer's regret. all through this event, Odelia bargains together with her on-again, off-again dating with Greg and her appeal to detective Devon Frye.

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The Gay Phoenix (Sir John Appleby, Book 31) by Michael Innes

By Michael Innes

While magnate Charles Povey is killed in a extraordinary boating coincidence, his corrupt, look-alike brother, Arthur, adopts his id and his monetary empire. however the charade turns into advanced whilst considered one of Charles's many mistresses sees during the guise and blackmails Arthur. input retired detective, Sir John Appleby.

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The Hot Rock (Dortmunder, Book 1) by Donald E. Westlake

By Donald E. Westlake

Clean out of felony, Dortmunder plans a heist that may suggest warfare John Dortmunder leaves detention center with ten cash, a teach price tag, and not anything to generate income on yet his stable identify. fortunately, his recognition is going some distance. not anyone plans a caper larger than Dortmunder. His buddy Kelp choices him up in a stolen Cadillac and drives him clear of Sing-Sing, telling a narrative of a $500,000 emerald that they simply need to thieve. Dortmunder doesn't hesitate to agree. The emerald is the crown jewel of a former British colony, in recent times granted independence and break up into international locations: one for the Talabwo humans, one for the Akinzi. The Akinzi have the stone, the Talabwo wish it again, and their UN consultant bargains a very good payday to the boys who can get it. It's no longer an easy heist, yet after many years in stir, Dortmunder might use the problem.

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Stone of the Heart by John Brady

By John Brady

While the physique of Jarlath Walsh is chanced on at the grounds of Dublin’s Trinity university with the pinnacle overwhelmed in, Sergeant Matt Minogue suspects that it wasn’t a random killing. Walsh used to be an idealist, yet an individual desires the detective to think the younger guy was once a drug-pusher. In a fateful conflict close to the Northern eire border, Inspector Minogue discovers the reality.

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Death Message (Tom Thorne, Book 7) by Mark Billingham

By Mark Billingham

Thorne checked out the image, feeling the heart beat quicken along with his neck. there have been instances while he couldn't see what was once staring him within the face, yet this, for greater or worse, used to be his specialty. Thorne knew a lifeless guy whilst he observed him.

supplying the "death message." That's what law enforcement officials name these harrowing moments after they needs to inform an individual family member has been killed. Now Detective Investigator Tom Thorne is receiving messages of his personal: photos of homicide sufferers despatched to his mobilephone phone.

who're the sufferers? who's sending the pictures? And why is he sending them to Tom Thorne? the reply lies within the detective investigator's earlier, with a guy he had as soon as despatched to legal for all times. yet even in the back of bars, the main risky psychopath Thorne has ever confronted remains to be a grasp at manipulating others to do his soiled paintings for him. And Thorne needs to act quick as the images keep it up coming, and the killer's subsequent objective is an individual the detective investigator understands rather well. . . .

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Night at the Vulcan (Roderick Alleyn Series, Book 16) by Ngaio Marsh

By Ngaio Marsh

In her spare time, while now not busy writing mysteries, Ngaio Marsh was once a winning theatrical manufacturer, and the mysteries she wrote with theatrical settings are a few of her top, evening on the Vulcan between them. A shabby, fourth-rate theater, the Vulcan isn't the place Martyn Tarne was hoping to paintings, whilst she moved from New Zealand to London in wish of a glittering appearing occupation. yet a woman has to consume, so Martyn takes a role as cloth wardrobe to the Vulcan's best girl. this offers her with a ringside seat to the behind the curtain circus – the getting older alcoholic actor, the waspish playwright, the ingénue at the make, the strangely gracious grande dame. there's, after all, a homicide, and Inspector Alleyn to inject a welcome pragmatism, yet Vulcan's maximum excitement lies within the crafty, bittersweet snap shots of the theatrical "types" that Marsh knew so good.

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North Sea Requiem (Joanne Ross, Book 4) by A. D. Scott

By A. D. Scott

FROM the writer WHO “BRILLIANTLY conjures up THE lifetime of A SMALL SCOTTISH TOWN” (RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH ) COMES a unique THAT UNCOVERS THE DEEP AND LASTING DIVISIONS OF A neighborhood AND ITS PEOPLE.

When a small-town Scottish girl discovers a severed leg within the boot of 1 of the neighborhood hockey players’ uniforms, it’s a huge scoop for the Highland Gazette. yet reporter Joanne Ross desires a front-page tale of her personal, and he or she hopes to discover it in Mae Bell, an American jazz singer whose husband disappeared in an plane coincidence 5 years in the past and who's looking out the Highlands for her husband’s colleagues.

Things take a truly sinister flip while Nurse Urquhart, who dis-covered the limb, suffers a hideous and brutal assault. Even stranger, she was once the recipient of letters caution her to maintain her nostril out of someone’s business—letters that Mae Bell and the employees of the Highland Gazette additionally obtained. What may perhaps all of it mean?

Unfolding opposed to a gorgeously rendered overdue Nineteen Fifties Scottish geographical region, North Sea Requiem captures the mores and problems with one other period, in particular in Joanne Ross—a lady wrestling with divorce, profession, and a chairman who desires to be greater than simply her stronger. the result's a poignant, usually haunting mixture of violence, loss, and redemption in a story packed with unnerving plot twists and unforgettable characters.

This is said to be a retail ebook.

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