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Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Carnival Crime
Donald J. Sobol

Dutton Juvenile, 2011

The boy detective is back with ten new exciting adventures Since 1963, when Dutton published Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective , the first book in the series, the brainy crime-stopper has been a favorite character among middle-grade readers. Following the classic formula, this new installment presents ten new mysteries, complete with answers at the end of the book that allow the reader to solve the cases along with the boy detective. Join ...
  
  











  



  
The Detective's Muse: A Niall O'Huiginn Mystery

Spider Bite Press, 2012

The Detective's Muse by Brian Delahunt is an innovative literary mystery about the cost of love and the hope for the future. When Lieutenant O'Huiginn investigates a brutal crime, he's stunned to see that the victim's best friend resembles his dead fiance. His creative fire reawakened, O'Huiginn begins a search for the killers, even as he's determined to finish the aisling poem that has been tormenting him since childhood. Beautifully written, ...
  
  











  



  
As I Breathe (One Breath at a Time: Book 2)

J.R. Rain Press, 2013

Presented by #1 bestselling author, J.R. Rain. An epic love story spanning time and space...and everything in-between. She is lost...He is searching...How far would you go to find true love? Do you believe love is strong enough to defy the laws of time? Brielle Eden doesn’t know what to believe. She wakes from a coma and inexplicably finds herself in the psychiatric ward of a mysterious Parisian hospital with no memory of how she came to ...
  
  











  



  
Pride and Perilous: A Kyle Callahan Mystery
Mark McNease

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013

The Katherine Pride Gallery is the center of high art and low death in Pride and Perilous, book II of the Pride Trilogy and the second of the Kyle Callahan Mysteries. Kyle, an amateur photographer, is about to have his first exhibit at the gallery, in Manhattan's Meatpacking District. As time ticks away, bodies begin to fall and Kyle realizes somebody wants this gallery closed forever. Join the chase as Kyle and his partner Danny Durban reunite ...
  
  











  



  
Perfect for Framing (Appalachian Adventure Mysteries)

Ingalls Publishing Group, 2011

There's trouble a-brewing at the Property Owners Association. Greed, jealousy and hunger for power are a deadly mix when individual freedoms clash with group desires in this mountain subdivision. "Maggie Bishop delivers a thrilling whodunit, peppered with lovable characters and set against the beautiful backdrop of the mountains of North Carolina. Breath-taking action and nail-biting suspense, twisting plot that guarantees constant speculation, ...
  
  











  



  
While the Village Sleeps

Jonathan Geffner, 2014

A new genre is born..."DUMMY NOIR!" The groundbreaking, twisting, suspenseful, hilarious mystery novel - While the Village Sleeps - answers the burning question, "Can a dummy find justice in a human world?"  Private Investigator Van Trillo has a talented side-kick: his wooden partner, Sam Suede. Trillo's habit of using ventriloquism on suspects works like a charm. Nervous and disoriented, they unwittingly and unwillingly divulge information ...
  
  











  



  
The Mac Faraday Mysteries Box Set (It's Murder, My Son; Old Loves Die Hard; Shades of Murder; Blast from the ...

Acorn Book Services, 2013

Murder comes to the resort town of Spencer, Maryland, set on the shores of Deep Creek Lake, in a big way in this box set containing the first four books of mystery author Lauren Carr’s Mac Faraday Mysteries. IT’S MURDER, MY SON introduces readers to Mac Faraday, a homicide detective. The worst day of his life turns into a new beginning when he discovers that he has inherited $270 million and an estate on Deep Creek Lake from his birth ...
  
  











  



  
Maximum Security (A Dog Park Mystery) (Lia Anderson Dog Park Mysteries), 2013

It's not like she's going to do anything dangerous . . . When Detective Peter Dourson arrests a nice stranger for the brutal murder of a dog park regular, he begs his girlfriend, artist Lia Anderson, to stay out of it. But her best patron takes the woman under her wing, and Renee insists her new friend needs help. Lia isn't going to do much, just ask a few questions. Surely that won't lead to trouble. Besides, she's got an escape-artist ...
  
  











  



  
The Killer Wore Leather: A Mystery
Laura Antoniou

Cleis Press, 2013

Mr. Global Leather has been murdered! In the Grand Sterling Hotel of Midtown Manhattan, home of the huge annual leather/BDSM/fetish ball and contest, Mr. & Ms. Global Leather, last year's male winner lies dead on the floor of his suite, wearing only very frilly, bright yellow panties. Cormac "Mack" Steel made a lot of enemies in his year wearing the studded leather sash, not the least being his co-winner Mistress Ravenfyre. But she is not alone ...
  
  











  



  
Leaving Fantasy Land (A Tram Taylor Novel)

James E. Parker, 2012

Leaving Fantasy Land is a crime thriller with heart. Entering his early forties, Tram Taylor finds himself at a crossroads in his humdrum, boring life. His dream of being a cop died on the vine years ago. His marriage is slowly unraveling one tattered thread at a time. And his comic book store, Fantasy Land, is a brick and mortar testament to a life of failed dreams. However, all of that changes when a mysterious dead body suddenly turns up ...
  
  











  



  
Don Danger: Above Suspicion Part One, 2014

So it begins, the stories are many and I have the time to give you a look at what it’s been like for an Old Dick like me to dodge bullets, knives, machetes and angry husbands with women scorned. My part of the globe is in the high desert just south of the Sierras and just East of the road to nowhere! I’m a little more than a boomer and hard boiled enough to take your breath away with a thumb or an index finger. There are no rules in my book ...
  
  











  



  
Treehouse, 2012

Demons have chased Detective Henry Sauter since that fateful night when, as a rookie cop, he loosened the noose from a dead child's neck and lowered the limp body to the forest floor beneath the menacing door of a ramshackle treehouse. Now, more than two decades later, children are once again turning up dead beneath the same treehouse Sauter had torn down himself in the wake of the first child's death. Finally confronted by those persistent ...
  
  











  



  
A Vow of Silence
Veronica Black

St Martins Pr, 1990

"Outstanding." Publishers Weekly A Sister Joan Mystery. The sisters at lonely Cornwall Convent share chilling secrets they cannot confess . . . Sister Sophia is dead. Sister Magdalen has vanished. Sister Joan, newly transferred to the convent to investigate its mysterious troubles, begins to suspect what she hardly dares to name: Blasphemy . . . and worse . . .
  
  











  



  
Who's Dicing the Daughters of Pan?
David Nemec

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012

The author of 38 baseball books and seven novels, including the internationally acclaimed The Systems of M.R. Shurnas, David Nemec adds to his reputation as a writer of erotic whodunits (Bright Lights Dark Rooms: Doubleday), (Mad Blood: The Dial Press) with a graphic tale set in today’s Manhattan of a serial killer with a grotesquely comic flair that will both challenge and shock thinking readers. As in Stonesifer, Nemec’s most famous serial ...
  
  











  



  
Dawn's Death
Lee Carey

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013

Southern Beach Mystery. Bobby Harris has suffered many losses in his life, such as the murder of his pregnant wife, the loss of his leg to a Great White, and now the loss of a woman he loves. In this sequel to 'The Thin Line', Bobby teams up with his ex-partner, David Black, from homicide to solve the mysterious death at Sandbridge Beach, Virginia. Prepare yourself for many colorful characters, twists and turns, and a surprise ending. Visit the ...
  
  











  



  
The Ford Chronicles: Out of the Frying Pan

Captain's Chair Publishing, 2012

Ford Edwards is stuck in a dead-end job as a sous chef and has lived an unnoticed life. So when a beautiful woman picked him up and took him home, he was surprised. When she dies the next day in a bombing at the Medical Clinic where she worked, he was crushed. When the Police made him their main suspect, he was shocked. With the help of his friends, Ford is forced to leave the safety of his mundane life and act as his own advocate to ...
  
  











  



  
The Body in the Butter Churn: A Green Mountain Whodunit
Ms Elaine Magalis

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012

Not since Alexander McCall Smith have such unlikely detectives set out to bring a malefactor to justice. But when a meeting in the Old Shrubsbury School House Museum kitchen unexpectedly ends with the discovery of Agatha Hamilton’s body in the Star butter churn, the museum’s elderly caretaker and her 12-year-old assistant decide that they’re uniquely qualified to investigate Old Aggie’s death. Besides, they reason, the murderer would ...
  
  











  



  
In a Manner of Speaking
Barbara Cutrera

On My Way Up, LLC, 2013

Neile Landry, a talented corporate interpreter, is forced to face her past fears and rethink her future plans as she is confronted with deception, threats to her life, and murder. When Neile’s wealthy employer dies in a suspicious car accident that also critically injures her co-worker and best friend, she forms an unlikely partnership with Scotsman Ewen Erskine, a recent business acquaintance. Erskine suddenly inherits his uncle’s ...
  
  











  



  
Revenge for Old Times' Sake (Tracy Eaton Mystery)

Cherokee McGhee, 2010

Book 3 in the "Tracy Eaton Mystery Series" -- Free-spirited Tracy cheers when her stuffy husband, Drew, loosens up enough to rearrange the nose of his secretive boss, Ian Dragger. But Drew's timing couldn't be worse. When Ian is found floating face down in the Eatons' pool, Drew is the prime suspect. Yet Ian made enemies like the mint makes money, and other suspects abound, starting with Ian's wife, who was at odds with her husband's affluent ...
  
  











  



  
The Convivial Codfish
Charlotte MacLeod

Doubleday, 1984

After years of toiling upward through the ranks, Jeremy Kelling has finally attained his goal: to preside as Exalted Chowderhead over the Annual Scrooge Day revels of the Comrades of the Convivial Codfish. Suddenly, at the height of the ceremonies, Jeremy discovers that he's been robbed of his extremely valuable emblem of office. The Great Chain of the Convivial Cod is gone! He calls his new nephew-in-law, Max Bittersohn, nemesis of art ...
  
  











  








   



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