Private Investigators

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“A delightful cozy romance and mystery, set in the middle of a decade when times might be changing but the motives for murder remained surprisingly the same.”

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“What’s perhaps most remarkable about Blood Grove—as with all Easy Rawlins novels—is Mosley’s undiminished gift for embedding the poignant messaging of the protest novel in hard-bo

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“Like his earlier books, Sleep Well, My Lady gives Quartey, a Ghana-born Californian physician as well as writer, plenty of space to lay out issues of class and wealth, as well as

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The two women provide a welcome humorous touch as they guide us through their world.”

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“Once again, Hard Case Crime breathes new life into a classic crime fiction novel.”

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“With the tone and style of an old-fashioned murder noir, written from the female point of view, Fortune Favors the Dead is the beginning of a stellar period piece in a hard-boiled

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“Throughout the story, Maxwell weaves new and enticing situations that make the reader turn the page.”

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“Love will have its way and murder will out, but it’s a harrowing and dangerous experience for the Kentucky heiress and her noble intended, with plenty of false clues and mysterious diversi

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“a thoroughly enjoyable book, for both the plot centering around a still-contemporary malady, as well as its historical description of a world on the brink of a new century.”

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Murder at the Mena House reflects a much more glamorous and gentler age of sleuthing, when the detective wore a tuxedo instead of a trench coat and his lovely com

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The buzz surrounding Joe Ide at the 2017 Bouchercon Convention in Toronto was palpable as he was presented with the Anthony Award for his debut crime novel IQ. Once he’d also picked up the

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“thanks to the author’s skill, the plot is tight, the scenario plausible, and the narrative tidy and intelligent, conveyed with a wry undertone throughout.”

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“Louise Penny is convincing proof that a Canadian setting, Canadian characters, and the Canadian point of view represent a deep, rich stratum in contemporary crime fiction that cannot, shou

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“A satisfying, indulgent, binge book guaranteed to release a flood of pleasurable endorphins.”

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“Lepionka, a Shamus Award-winning and Anthony and Macavity Award-nominated author, shows us that she not only has top-notch writing chops, she has longevity, with Roxane Weary destined to f

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“A Lady’s Guide to Gossip and Murder is a perfect summer read whether on the beach or poolside accompanied by a glass of frosty lemonade.”

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Blood Relations is a psychological thriller-cum-horror tale trembling on the brink of reality.”

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“A charming first entry in a new series, introducing an investigative duo who are at the same time exact opposites while being obviously made for each other.”

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Tracy Clark returns with the second installment of her Chicago Mystery series.

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“Beverly Cleary once said great fiction should be, above all things, a pleasure to read, and Westside is certainly that, and then some.”

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“Lansdale delivers another exciting East Texas action thriller that will satisfy his many fans, while whetting their appetite for adventures with Hap and Leonard. Well done, Mr.

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Bestselling and award-winning writer Matt Coyle’s Private Investigator Rick Cahill is back with a vengeance in this latest tome, Wrong Light, the fifth book in the award-winning series.

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“one of the most unusual, unlikely, and un-put-downable PI novels ever.”

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“an enjoyable ride with interesting characters and an author who isn’t going to let you down.”

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The Infinite Blacktop is Sara Gran’s third novel featuring Claire DeWitt, self-proclaimed “world’s greatest detective,” in an extraordinary series that blends the tropes of locked-room mys

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