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  • The Murder at Sissingham Hall reviews

    The Murder at Sissingham Hall Book Reviews

    Clara Benson

    "It's absolutely delightful, and I would recommend it to anyone who's a fan of Sarah Caudwell, or Agatha Christie, or anyone who loves really clever British murder m...

  • Ephemeral Creatures reviews

    Ephemeral Creatures Book Reviews

    Gregory Mattix

    When Kevin gets behind the wheel drunk after a night out with friends, that leads to tragic consequences. The ensuing car crash kills his best friend and seriously maims another. A...

  • Run For Your Life reviews

    Run For Your Life Book Reviews

    C.M. Sutter

    With the weekend right around the corner, Homicide Detective Mitch Cannon is looking forward to Saturday night. It isn't often he has a date, and this one will be particularly...

  • The Potential reviews

    The Potential Book Reviews

    David A. Davies

    It began when he got behind the wheel. It didn't end with his first kill. Chris Morehouse, a chauffeur for the US embassy in Germany, is navigating his way through the tight s...

  • Lady Molly of Scotland Yard reviews

    Lady Molly of Scotland Yard Book Reviews

    Baroness Emmuska Orczy

    An Apple Books Classic edition. The Baroness Orczy is better known as the author of The Scarlet Pimpernel , but this shortstory collection is equally compelling. Published in 1910,...

  • Herbs and Homicide reviews

    Herbs and Homicide Book Reviews

    Carly Winter

    5 stars, Liz Konkel of Readers' Favorite: The story has an upbeat tone that is typical of the cozy genre though Winter adds a unique quality to it through the use of ...

  • Salvation reviews

    Salvation Book Reviews

    Meghan O'Flynn

    If you like mouthy detectives, serial killers, and suspenseful mysteries that don't quit, this chilling and actionpacked hardboiled detective series has you covered! Try this ...

  • A Bookshop to Die For reviews

    A Bookshop to Die For Book Reviews

    M.P. Black

    Ditching her fiancé at the altar, Alice Hartford bolts to her childhood hometown to reconnect with the last, happy remnant of her past: her mom's old bookstore. But the bookst...

  • Mystic Pieces reviews

    Mystic Pieces Book Reviews

    Ada Bell

    Enjoy this small town paranormal cozy mystery series with an amateur sleuth by author Ada Bell. Aly doesn't believe in psychics. Too bad she just had a vision.   Futu...

  • Death at Hazel House reviews

    Death at Hazel House Book Reviews

    Betty Rowlands

    ‘Riveting, can't put it down! I love this story… a wonderfully twisted tale of a crime that has more twists than I thought possible... fantastic.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars ...

  • Cards on the Table reviews

    Cards on the Table Book Reviews

    Agatha Christie

    "Cards on the Table" is a detective novel written by Agatha Christie and first published in 1936. The story is part of Christie's Hercule Poirot series, featuring th...

  • A Christmas Carol reviews

    A Christmas Carol Book Reviews

    Charles Dickens

    An Apple Books Classic edition. It’s Christmas Eve in Victorian England. While some families don’t know where their next meal will come from, Ebenezer Scrooge sits in his large hom...

  • A Nose for Mischief reviews

    A Nose for Mischief Book Reviews

    K.T. Lee

    “I thoroughly enjoyed my time reading this quick and fun novel. It is the first in a new series and you can bet your bottom that I will be continuing!” – JenJen Reviews “...if you ...

  • Risky Whiskey reviews

    Risky Whiskey Book Reviews

    Lucy Lakestone

    Stirring up trouble in New Orleans ... Eager to shake up her drinks and her life, mixologist Pepper Revelle jumps at an invitation to join the elite Bohemia Bartenders. Leader Neil...

  • The Honeymoon Homicide reviews

    The Honeymoon Homicide Book Reviews

    J. R. Mathis & Susan Mathis

    Enjoy this SmallTown Murder Mystery Featuring A Unique Sleuthing Couple I'm Father Tom Greer, a Catholic Priest in a smalltown parish who never expected this . . . When I came...

  • Murder at the Mayfair Hotel reviews

    Murder at the Mayfair Hotel Book Reviews

    C.J. Archer

    It was the most fashionable place to stay in London, until murder made a reservation. Solve the puzzle in this new cozy historical murder mystery from USA Today bestselling author ...

  • Dark Secrets reviews

    Dark Secrets Book Reviews

    W.L. Knightly

    After a terrible car crash, former actress Claire Ford is accused of the worst crime a mother can commit. She has a history of lying, so no one believes her when she says it was ju...

  • Lights, Camera, Action reviews

    Lights, Camera, Action Book Reviews

    Heather Silvio

    An empath talent agent risks her life – and her heart – when she teams up with her notquitehuman client to prove him innocent of murder. Human lie detector Catherine Rodham moves a...

  • The Thirty-Nine Steps reviews

    The Thirty-Nine Steps Book Reviews

    John Buchan

    An Apple Books Classic edition. John Buchan’s novel is credited with kicking off the “man on the run” genre of thriller. Since its publication in 1915, it’s inspired a multitude of...

  • Welcome Home to Murder reviews

    Welcome Home to Murder Book Reviews

    Cindy Kline

    A Cozy Mystery with a touch of Irish charm, where family ties and old grudges collide in a tangled web of murder and suspicion. After a failed marriage in the US, Molly McGuire hea...

  • The Next Girl reviews

    The Next Girl Book Reviews

    Carla Kovach

    IF YOU ONLY READ ONE BOOK THIS YEAR, MAKE IT THE NEXT GIRL... You thought he’d come to save you. You were wrong. ‘ Absolutely the best thriller I’ve read this year! ’ Goodreads Rev...

  • The Girls in the Water reviews

    The Girls in the Water Book Reviews

    Victoria Jenkins

    'WOW! This book was fantastic, I loved it. I literally binge read it because I couldn't put it down... if I could give it 6 stars I would.'  Bonnie's B...

  • Pawsitively Poisonous reviews

    Pawsitively Poisonous Book Reviews

    Melissa Erin Jackson

    Every town has its secrets, but no one has a secret like hers.  Amber Blackwood, lifelong resident of Edgehill, Oregon, has earned a reputation for being a semireclusive o...

  • Innocence Taken - Pray He Kills You Quickly reviews

    Innocence Taken - Pray He Kills You Quickly Book Reviews

    Victoria M. Patton

    Two dead girls, another one missing, and a secret that will rip a tightknit community apart. When a missing teen's body shows up dismembered on the side of the road, Lt. Damie...

  • Mystery Repeats Itself reviews

    Mystery Repeats Itself Book Reviews

    Cordelia Rook

    Delighted by the promise of living and working in a glittering Gilded Age mansion, Minerva Biggs moves to idyllic Bryd Hollow, North Carolina with her dog Plantagenet. She's l...

  • Severance reviews

    Severance Book Reviews

    Anonymous

    When does the cost of staying silent become greater than the price of speaking up? A desperate woman risks everything to expose the sinister company at the heart of Severance , the...

  • Where Lost Girls Go reviews

    Where Lost Girls Go Book Reviews

    B.R. Spangler

    ‘ I loved this book!! It has everything you could want in a mystery/thriller . It grabbed me from the first sentence and didn't let me go until the last one. I couldn't t...

  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes reviews

    The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Book Reviews

    Arthur Conan Doyle

    An Apple Books Classic You get not one, not two, but 25 gripping mysteries in Arthur Conan Doyle’s first of five collections of Sherlock Holmes short stories. Follow the brilliant ...

  • Banana Chiffon and Bad Deeds reviews

    Banana Chiffon and Bad Deeds Book Reviews

    London Lovett

    Meet London's newest amateur sleuth, Scottie Ramone, in Banana Chiffon and Bad Deeds A prequel novella to the Scottie Ramone Cozy Mystery series.  A missing grandmoth...

  • Die Noon reviews

    Die Noon Book Reviews

    Elise Sax

    Matilda Dare can't sleep. Her insomnia is one more reason to move to the quirky small town of Goodnight, New Mexico after she inherits a house, a small newspaper, and two old ...

  • Deadly Stillwater reviews

    Deadly Stillwater Book Reviews

    Roger Stelljes

    THE CRIME SERIES WITH 2.5+ MILLION DOWNLOADS and 50,000+ REVIEWS New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Mystery Series TWO GIRLS GONE... Shannon hustled to her car and dug ...

  • Silenced Girls reviews

    Silenced Girls Book Reviews

    Roger Stelljes

    “ Wow wow wow!  Grips you in a choke hold and  does not let go … Oozes suspense and  bonechilling twists and turns .  Astonishing … One of those...

  • Malice Aforecourt reviews

    Malice Aforecourt Book Reviews

    Rennae Todd

    He was an irritating man, but just because she'd argued with him didn't mean she wanted him dead. Hettie Parke enjoys her position as president of the Parke Croquet Club,...

  • Little Girl Missing reviews

    Little Girl Missing Book Reviews

    J.G. Roberts

    How can a little girl vanish into thin air?  Fiveyearold Cassie Bailey’s mother tucked her into bed and kissed her goodnight. This morning she’s missing, her unicorn bedco...

  • Lost Creed reviews

    Lost Creed Book Reviews

    Alex Kava

    "Ryder Creedalong with his dogs!is a true inspiration: tough, smart, dynamic."   James Rollins Fifteen years ago Ryder Creed's sister, Brodie disappeared fr...

  • The Lodger reviews

    The Lodger Book Reviews

    Marie Belloc Lowndes

    An Apple Books Classic edition. Originally published in 1911 as a short story, The Lodger was based on the unsolved murders attributed to Jack the Ripper. Belloc Lowndes’s story is...

  • Dead Even reviews

    Dead Even Book Reviews

    Patti Larsen

    Come to Whitewitch Island, they said. A nice place to retire, they said… Who knew I owned so much stuff? Or that it would take up all this space in so many boxes I could barely nav...

  • The Brothers Karamazov reviews

    The Brothers Karamazov Book Reviews

    Fyodor Dostoyevsky

    The Brothers Karamazov (Russian: Братья Карамазовы, Brat'ya Karamazovy), pronounced [ˈbratʲjə kərɐˈmazəvɨ]) is the final novel by the Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky. Dostoy...

  • Murder at the Manor reviews

    Murder at the Manor Book Reviews

    Catherine Coles

    Downton Abbey crossed with Murder, She Wrote...set in a Yorkshire village! Evelyn Christie has resigned herself to another long, boring weekend at Hessleham Hall, the home of her h...

  • The Mysterious Affair at Styles reviews

    The Mysterious Affair at Styles Book Reviews

    Agatha Christie

    The Mysterious Affair at Styles is a detective novel by Agatha Christie. It was written in the middle of World War I, in 1916, and first published by John Lane in the United States...

  • The Honeyed Taste of Deception reviews

    The Honeyed Taste of Deception Book Reviews

    CeeCee James

    The only thing worse than a pregnant bridezilla is a corpse as the wedding cake topper. When Elise Pepper begins her job at the Dream Wedding Boutique, she thinks her life is final...

  • The Night Of reviews

    The Night Of Book Reviews

    Michael Lister

    Lucas Burke and Alix "Biade" Baker are Panama City Beach PIs specializing in missing persons caseswork they were led to by their own sister's disappearance.&#xa0...

  • Half a Monster reviews

    Half a Monster Book Reviews

    Axel Blackwell

    Officer Darren McDaniel just wants to get his trainee through the shift without another major flustercluck. His plan for the day, teach Rookie Conklin paperwork and parking tickets...

  • 1st Shock reviews

    1st Shock Book Reviews

    Adrienne Giordano

    Elite forensic sculptor Meg Schock is obsessed with solving cold cases and bringing justice to victims. When the local US attorney brings her the skull of a young murdered woman wi...

  • Goliath reviews

    Goliath Book Reviews

    Richard Turner

    In the summer of 1931, the British Airship Goliath on her maiden flight mysteriously vanishes without a trace over West Africa, taking with her a secret that people are willing to ...

  • The Mystery of the Blue Train reviews

    The Mystery of the Blue Train Book Reviews

    Agatha Christie

    "The Mystery of the Blue Train" is a compelling detective novel written by Agatha Christie, first published in 1928. Set against the backdrop of glamorous travel and high...

  • Death of an Old Git reviews

    Death of an Old Git Book Reviews

    Andrea Frazer

    `A mischievously entertaining crime novel' SIMON BRETT The first instalment in The Falconer Files, Andrea Frazer's insanely grippingvillage detective series with a deligh...

  • Apple Pie and Arsenic reviews

    Apple Pie and Arsenic Book Reviews

    C. A. Phipps

    Would you kill for pie? Finding the body of her friend was a shock and when she's accused of the death, not only does Maddie want answers, she must find a way to clear her nam...

  • Man In The Water reviews

    Man In The Water Book Reviews

    Jon Hill

    An attempted murder. A missing spouse. And an international conspiracy that could change the world. Jack Green has always been skeptical of socalled facts. Though he's forced ...

  • Rebel Without a Claus reviews

    Rebel Without a Claus Book Reviews

    Zara Keane

    “When I’d ditched my cheating husband and stagnant career in the San Francisco PD to open a private investigation agency in Ireland, I hadn’t envisioned ‘purveyor of butt bleach’ b...

  • Hot Scheming Mess reviews

    Hot Scheming Mess Book Reviews

    Lucy Carol

    Secrets, spies, sexy guys. Staying alive is hard! In this fastpaced mystery, outofwork actress Madison Cruz runs an obstacle course of singing telegrams and spies as she tries to c...

  • Conceit reviews

    Conceit Book Reviews

    Alana Albertson

    The last person I want to ask for help is my exboyfriend, Navy SEAL Grant Carrion, especially since I broke his heart two years ago. But when my brother, Joaquín Cruz, is arrested ...

  • Peace on Earth reviews

    Peace on Earth Book Reviews

    Maia Ross

    Crime never takes a holiday. Why should Irma? Irma Abercrombie is an energetic retiree with a shadowy past, a mean right hook, and a profound love of Christmas. Surrounded by seaso...

  • Ring Around the Rosie reviews

    Ring Around the Rosie Book Reviews

    Jullian Scott

    Rosie Thompson is an eighteenyearold girl with her whole life ahead of her. The Homecoming Dance is just one night away and she can already feel the weight of the crown upon her he...

  • Chasing Tinsel reviews

    Chasing Tinsel Book Reviews

    Ellie Ashe

    Two years after she was accused of fraud, Miranda Vaughn is finally back to work. But instead of returning to her highly paid position as an investment banker, she's selling d...

  • You Lied For Me reviews

    You Lied For Me Book Reviews

    Zee David

    From a murder suspect to an unlikely ally in a murder investigation – can Brie finally snip the ties that bind her to a series of gruesome murde...

  • Too Far to Fall reviews

    Too Far to Fall Book Reviews

    Shane Sawyer

    A pretty little town An inheritance A breakin A body Edie Doyle may be new in town, but she's about to uncover longheld secrets. Secrets someone will do anything to protect. W...

  • Little Broken Things reviews

    Little Broken Things Book Reviews

    Cheryl Bradshaw

    Detective Georgiana Germaine is back on the trail of a coldblooded killer, and once again, the case hits close to home . Twentyyearold Olivia Spencer sits at her desk in her mother...

  • The Shadow Priest reviews

    The Shadow Priest Book Reviews

    D.C. Alexander

    "This is a great beach read." –USA TODAY Network "[The main characters'] personalities come through loud and clear in dialogue. I love these guys and they'...

  • The Mystery of a Hansom Cab reviews

    The Mystery of a Hansom Cab Book Reviews

    Fergus Hume

    An Apple Books Classic edition. We’ve all heard of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes. But what about the novel that inspired Doyleand outsold him? Fergus Hume’...

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  • The Murder at Sissingham Hall reviews

    The Murder at Sissingham Hall Book Reviews

    Clara Benson

    "It's absolutely delightful, and I would recommend it to anyone who's a fan of Sarah Caudwell, or Agatha Christie, or anyone who loves really clever British murder m...

  • Ephemeral Creatures reviews

    Ephemeral Creatures Book Reviews

    Gregory Mattix

    When Kevin gets behind the wheel drunk after a night out with friends, that leads to tragic consequences. The ensuing car crash kills his best friend and seriously maims another. A...

  • Run For Your Life reviews

    Run For Your Life Book Reviews

    C.M. Sutter

    With the weekend right around the corner, Homicide Detective Mitch Cannon is looking forward to Saturday night. It isn't often he has a date, and this one will be particularly...

  • The Potential reviews

    The Potential Book Reviews

    David A. Davies

    It began when he got behind the wheel. It didn't end with his first kill. Chris Morehouse, a chauffeur for the US embassy in Germany, is navigating his way through the tight s...

  • Lady Molly of Scotland Yard reviews

    Lady Molly of Scotland Yard Book Reviews

    Baroness Emmuska Orczy

    An Apple Books Classic edition. The Baroness Orczy is better known as the author of The Scarlet Pimpernel , but this shortstory collection is equally compelling. Published in 1910,...

  • Herbs and Homicide reviews

    Herbs and Homicide Book Reviews

    Carly Winter

    5 stars, Liz Konkel of Readers' Favorite: The story has an upbeat tone that is typical of the cozy genre though Winter adds a unique quality to it through the use of ...

  • Salvation reviews

    Salvation Book Reviews

    Meghan O'Flynn

    If you like mouthy detectives, serial killers, and suspenseful mysteries that don't quit, this chilling and actionpacked hardboiled detective series has you covered! Try this ...

  • A Bookshop to Die For reviews

    A Bookshop to Die For Book Reviews

    M.P. Black

    Ditching her fiancé at the altar, Alice Hartford bolts to her childhood hometown to reconnect with the last, happy remnant of her past: her mom's old bookstore. But the bookst...

  • Mystic Pieces reviews

    Mystic Pieces Book Reviews

    Ada Bell

    Enjoy this small town paranormal cozy mystery series with an amateur sleuth by author Ada Bell. Aly doesn't believe in psychics. Too bad she just had a vision.   Futu...

  • Death at Hazel House reviews

    Death at Hazel House Book Reviews

    Betty Rowlands

    ‘Riveting, can't put it down! I love this story… a wonderfully twisted tale of a crime that has more twists than I thought possible... fantastic.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars ...

  • Cards on the Table reviews

    Cards on the Table Book Reviews

    Agatha Christie

    "Cards on the Table" is a detective novel written by Agatha Christie and first published in 1936. The story is part of Christie's Hercule Poirot series, featuring th...

  • A Christmas Carol reviews

    A Christmas Carol Book Reviews

    Charles Dickens

    An Apple Books Classic edition. It’s Christmas Eve in Victorian England. While some families don’t know where their next meal will come from, Ebenezer Scrooge sits in his large hom...

  • A Nose for Mischief reviews

    A Nose for Mischief Book Reviews

    K.T. Lee

    “I thoroughly enjoyed my time reading this quick and fun novel. It is the first in a new series and you can bet your bottom that I will be continuing!” – JenJen Reviews “...if you ...

  • Risky Whiskey reviews

    Risky Whiskey Book Reviews

    Lucy Lakestone

    Stirring up trouble in New Orleans ... Eager to shake up her drinks and her life, mixologist Pepper Revelle jumps at an invitation to join the elite Bohemia Bartenders. Leader Neil...

  • The Honeymoon Homicide reviews

    The Honeymoon Homicide Book Reviews

    J. R. Mathis & Susan Mathis

    Enjoy this SmallTown Murder Mystery Featuring A Unique Sleuthing Couple I'm Father Tom Greer, a Catholic Priest in a smalltown parish who never expected this . . . When I came...

  • Murder at the Mayfair Hotel reviews

    Murder at the Mayfair Hotel Book Reviews

    C.J. Archer

    It was the most fashionable place to stay in London, until murder made a reservation. Solve the puzzle in this new cozy historical murder mystery from USA Today bestselling author ...

  • Dark Secrets reviews

    Dark Secrets Book Reviews

    W.L. Knightly

    After a terrible car crash, former actress Claire Ford is accused of the worst crime a mother can commit. She has a history of lying, so no one believes her when she says it was ju...

  • Lights, Camera, Action reviews

    Lights, Camera, Action Book Reviews

    Heather Silvio

    An empath talent agent risks her life – and her heart – when she teams up with her notquitehuman client to prove him innocent of murder. Human lie detector Catherine Rodham moves a...

  • The Thirty-Nine Steps reviews

    The Thirty-Nine Steps Book Reviews

    John Buchan

    An Apple Books Classic edition. John Buchan’s novel is credited with kicking off the “man on the run” genre of thriller. Since its publication in 1915, it’s inspired a multitude of...

  • Welcome Home to Murder reviews

    Welcome Home to Murder Book Reviews

    Cindy Kline

    A Cozy Mystery with a touch of Irish charm, where family ties and old grudges collide in a tangled web of murder and suspicion. After a failed marriage in the US, Molly McGuire hea...

  • The Next Girl reviews

    The Next Girl Book Reviews

    Carla Kovach

    IF YOU ONLY READ ONE BOOK THIS YEAR, MAKE IT THE NEXT GIRL... You thought he’d come to save you. You were wrong. ‘ Absolutely the best thriller I’ve read this year! ’ Goodreads Rev...

  • The Girls in the Water reviews

    The Girls in the Water Book Reviews

    Victoria Jenkins

    'WOW! This book was fantastic, I loved it. I literally binge read it because I couldn't put it down... if I could give it 6 stars I would.'  Bonnie's B...

  • Pawsitively Poisonous reviews

    Pawsitively Poisonous Book Reviews

    Melissa Erin Jackson

    Every town has its secrets, but no one has a secret like hers.  Amber Blackwood, lifelong resident of Edgehill, Oregon, has earned a reputation for being a semireclusive o...

  • Innocence Taken - Pray He Kills You Quickly reviews

    Innocence Taken - Pray He Kills You Quickly Book Reviews

    Victoria M. Patton

    Two dead girls, another one missing, and a secret that will rip a tightknit community apart. When a missing teen's body shows up dismembered on the side of the road, Lt. Damie...

  • Mystery Repeats Itself reviews

    Mystery Repeats Itself Book Reviews

    Cordelia Rook

    Delighted by the promise of living and working in a glittering Gilded Age mansion, Minerva Biggs moves to idyllic Bryd Hollow, North Carolina with her dog Plantagenet. She's l...

  • Severance reviews

    Severance Book Reviews

    Anonymous

    When does the cost of staying silent become greater than the price of speaking up? A desperate woman risks everything to expose the sinister company at the heart of Severance , the...

  • Where Lost Girls Go reviews

    Where Lost Girls Go Book Reviews

    B.R. Spangler

    ‘ I loved this book!! It has everything you could want in a mystery/thriller . It grabbed me from the first sentence and didn't let me go until the last one. I couldn't t...

  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes reviews

    The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Book Reviews

    Arthur Conan Doyle

    An Apple Books Classic You get not one, not two, but 25 gripping mysteries in Arthur Conan Doyle’s first of five collections of Sherlock Holmes short stories. Follow the brilliant ...

  • Banana Chiffon and Bad Deeds reviews

    Banana Chiffon and Bad Deeds Book Reviews

    London Lovett

    Meet London's newest amateur sleuth, Scottie Ramone, in Banana Chiffon and Bad Deeds A prequel novella to the Scottie Ramone Cozy Mystery series.  A missing grandmoth...

  • Die Noon reviews

    Die Noon Book Reviews

    Elise Sax

    Matilda Dare can't sleep. Her insomnia is one more reason to move to the quirky small town of Goodnight, New Mexico after she inherits a house, a small newspaper, and two old ...

  • Deadly Stillwater reviews

    Deadly Stillwater Book Reviews

    Roger Stelljes

    THE CRIME SERIES WITH 2.5+ MILLION DOWNLOADS and 50,000+ REVIEWS New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Mystery Series TWO GIRLS GONE... Shannon hustled to her car and dug ...

  • Silenced Girls reviews

    Silenced Girls Book Reviews

    Roger Stelljes

    “ Wow wow wow!  Grips you in a choke hold and  does not let go … Oozes suspense and  bonechilling twists and turns .  Astonishing … One of those...

  • Malice Aforecourt reviews

    Malice Aforecourt Book Reviews

    Rennae Todd

    He was an irritating man, but just because she'd argued with him didn't mean she wanted him dead. Hettie Parke enjoys her position as president of the Parke Croquet Club,...

  • Little Girl Missing reviews

    Little Girl Missing Book Reviews

    J.G. Roberts

    How can a little girl vanish into thin air?  Fiveyearold Cassie Bailey’s mother tucked her into bed and kissed her goodnight. This morning she’s missing, her unicorn bedco...

  • Lost Creed reviews

    Lost Creed Book Reviews

    Alex Kava

    "Ryder Creedalong with his dogs!is a true inspiration: tough, smart, dynamic."   James Rollins Fifteen years ago Ryder Creed's sister, Brodie disappeared fr...

  • The Lodger reviews

    The Lodger Book Reviews

    Marie Belloc Lowndes

    An Apple Books Classic edition. Originally published in 1911 as a short story, The Lodger was based on the unsolved murders attributed to Jack the Ripper. Belloc Lowndes’s story is...

  • Dead Even reviews

    Dead Even Book Reviews

    Patti Larsen

    Come to Whitewitch Island, they said. A nice place to retire, they said… Who knew I owned so much stuff? Or that it would take up all this space in so many boxes I could barely nav...

  • The Brothers Karamazov reviews

    The Brothers Karamazov Book Reviews

    Fyodor Dostoyevsky

    The Brothers Karamazov (Russian: Братья Карамазовы, Brat'ya Karamazovy), pronounced [ˈbratʲjə kərɐˈmazəvɨ]) is the final novel by the Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky. Dostoy...

  • Murder at the Manor reviews

    Murder at the Manor Book Reviews

    Catherine Coles

    Downton Abbey crossed with Murder, She Wrote...set in a Yorkshire village! Evelyn Christie has resigned herself to another long, boring weekend at Hessleham Hall, the home of her h...

  • The Mysterious Affair at Styles reviews

    The Mysterious Affair at Styles Book Reviews

    Agatha Christie

    The Mysterious Affair at Styles is a detective novel by Agatha Christie. It was written in the middle of World War I, in 1916, and first published by John Lane in the United States...

  • The Honeyed Taste of Deception reviews

    The Honeyed Taste of Deception Book Reviews

    CeeCee James

    The only thing worse than a pregnant bridezilla is a corpse as the wedding cake topper. When Elise Pepper begins her job at the Dream Wedding Boutique, she thinks her life is final...

  • The Night Of reviews

    The Night Of Book Reviews

    Michael Lister

    Lucas Burke and Alix "Biade" Baker are Panama City Beach PIs specializing in missing persons caseswork they were led to by their own sister's disappearance.&#xa0...

  • Half a Monster reviews

    Half a Monster Book Reviews

    Axel Blackwell

    Officer Darren McDaniel just wants to get his trainee through the shift without another major flustercluck. His plan for the day, teach Rookie Conklin paperwork and parking tickets...

  • 1st Shock reviews

    1st Shock Book Reviews

    Adrienne Giordano

    Elite forensic sculptor Meg Schock is obsessed with solving cold cases and bringing justice to victims. When the local US attorney brings her the skull of a young murdered woman wi...

  • Goliath reviews

    Goliath Book Reviews

    Richard Turner

    In the summer of 1931, the British Airship Goliath on her maiden flight mysteriously vanishes without a trace over West Africa, taking with her a secret that people are willing to ...

  • The Mystery of the Blue Train reviews

    The Mystery of the Blue Train Book Reviews

    Agatha Christie

    "The Mystery of the Blue Train" is a compelling detective novel written by Agatha Christie, first published in 1928. Set against the backdrop of glamorous travel and high...

  • Death of an Old Git reviews

    Death of an Old Git Book Reviews

    Andrea Frazer

    `A mischievously entertaining crime novel' SIMON BRETT The first instalment in The Falconer Files, Andrea Frazer's insanely grippingvillage detective series with a deligh...

  • Apple Pie and Arsenic reviews

    Apple Pie and Arsenic Book Reviews

    C. A. Phipps

    Would you kill for pie? Finding the body of her friend was a shock and when she's accused of the death, not only does Maddie want answers, she must find a way to clear her nam...

  • Man In The Water reviews

    Man In The Water Book Reviews

    Jon Hill

    An attempted murder. A missing spouse. And an international conspiracy that could change the world. Jack Green has always been skeptical of socalled facts. Though he's forced ...

  • Rebel Without a Claus reviews

    Rebel Without a Claus Book Reviews

    Zara Keane

    “When I’d ditched my cheating husband and stagnant career in the San Francisco PD to open a private investigation agency in Ireland, I hadn’t envisioned ‘purveyor of butt bleach’ b...

  • Hot Scheming Mess reviews

    Hot Scheming Mess Book Reviews

    Lucy Carol

    Secrets, spies, sexy guys. Staying alive is hard! In this fastpaced mystery, outofwork actress Madison Cruz runs an obstacle course of singing telegrams and spies as she tries to c...

  • Conceit reviews

    Conceit Book Reviews

    Alana Albertson

    The last person I want to ask for help is my exboyfriend, Navy SEAL Grant Carrion, especially since I broke his heart two years ago. But when my brother, Joaquín Cruz, is arrested ...

  • Peace on Earth reviews

    Peace on Earth Book Reviews

    Maia Ross

    Crime never takes a holiday. Why should Irma? Irma Abercrombie is an energetic retiree with a shadowy past, a mean right hook, and a profound love of Christmas. Surrounded by seaso...

  • Ring Around the Rosie reviews

    Ring Around the Rosie Book Reviews

    Jullian Scott

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