Detective

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“this really extraordinary volume stands to become the new benchmark narrative . . .”

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“The Satapur Moonstone is a flawless gem. Historical mysteries don’t get any better than this.”

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“if you like learning about what makes people tick, and you appreciate the underlying absurdity and pathos of life, then Department of Sensitive Crimes will tickle your funny bone

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“a cozy mystery but nevertheless an exciting one, with tense and tough moments, aided by its rugged Scottish setting and the author’s entertaining unravelling of the plot.”

“Once more, Winspear demonstrates her exceptional ability to craft a suspenseful mystery and graphic picture of a critical time and place.”

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Evil Things introduces the readers to a small country where the winter snow hides a cataclysmic crime. It’s a chilling entry in this three-part series.”

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The Hiding Place has enough shocks and twists to keep the reader off balance until the last page.”

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Erle Stanley Gardner was once one of the most popular and widely-read American authors. Almost everyone who spoke English knew his name.

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Death in Paris is a mashup of some of the most favorite literary tropes.

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“a terrific addition to your crime fiction library. . . . provides interesting insight into Chandler’s creative processes. . . . you’re going to have fun with this one.”

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Great Britain, 1923: Detective Inspector John Redfrye is a blessing to the Cambridge CID.

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“The Mitford Murders is the first in what promises to be an absorbing mystery series.”

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“calling it literary is a stretch. Even the most ardent art critics will surely tire of it after 318 pages.”

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The year is 1921, and the place is Bombay, India.

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Indie Publisher Catalyst Press launches this fall with a South African crime novel by Martin Steyn that is certain to please fans of hard-boiled detective fiction with unfamiliar settings and likea

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“Despite the awards, despite the glowing testimonials from the usual lineup of similar authors, and despite the status as a USA Today bestselling author . . .”

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“a novel with a plot as twisted as a slalom course and a rush as exciting.” 

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“great fun and a spectacular read. The story of the Carrion King story is so good that you’ll want it to be real. . . .

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It seems ironic to wait in high excitement for a calm and quiet novel to come out.

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“Private investigator Makana is a breath of fresh air, filled with humanity and empathy . .

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The Whitechapel district of London’s East End in the latter decades of the 19th century was a popular place for immigrants and the poor working class.

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“The fictionalized Alice is an entertaining creation and one of whom the actual Alice probably would’ve approved . . .”

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In This Grave Hour is lucky number 13, and there’s no sign the series will stop showing how individual acts of heart can do much to counter collective tragedy.”

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"Faye’s prose seduces readers . . ."

Writer Michael Sims, on a recent New York Times Book Review podcast, called Sherlock Holmes the “first modern super hero.”

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