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The Cuckoo's Calling (Cormoran Strike, #1)
Mortal Stakes (Spenser, #3)
Moonlight Mile (Kenzie & Gennaro,#6)
The Godwulf Manuscript (Spenser, #1)
A Drink Before the War (Kenzie & Gennaro, #1)
The Mystery of the Blue Train (Hercule Poirot, #6)
W is for Wasted (Kinsey Millhone #23)
Sixkill (Spenser, #39)
Painted Ladies (Spenser, #38)
Darkness, Take My Hand (Kenzie & Gennaro, #2)
V is for Vengeance (Kinsey Millhone #22)
The Deep Blue Good-By (Travis McGee #1)
The Maltese Falcon
Murder on the Links (Hercule Poirot #2)
Promised Land (Spenser, #4)


  • Luck for Hire by Katherine Nabity
    Luck for Hire
    Release date: Apr 01, 2014
    One SIGNED copy!

    If science is a product of observation, then magic is the manipulation of what isn't or can't be observed. Private investigators are o…more View Details »
    Giveaway dates: Jul 13 - Aug 04, 2014
    1 copy available, 149 people requesting
    Countries available: US
  • Racing Through Darkness by G.K. Parks
    Racing Through Darkness (Alexis Parker, #5)
    In preparation for the release of Camels and Corpses (8/5/2014), I'm giving away a copy of Racing Through Darkness.

    No matter how far or fast I run, so…more View Details »
    Giveaway dates: Jul 11 - Aug 05, 2014
    1 copy available, 79 people requesting
    Countries available: US
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    Top Fast-Paced Mystery
    142 books — 236 voters

    Andrew Vachss
    Most investigators don't even know what the word means. You stop the cops from using informants and the only crimes they'd ever solve would be those by deranged postal workers who come to work once too often.
    Andrew Vachss, False Allegations

    Ed Lynskey
    Shouldering the duffel bag with the Marine Corps bulldog, Old Man knocked Jan's photo off the bed table. He turned to stone staring down at the photo. His face then splintered into hurt. Tears seeped into his eyes. He grappled for the nearest bedpost and slumped forward on extended arms. His shoulders jerked and head sagged a little while his heart broke. Old Man cried the mute cry of men of his generation.
    Ed Lynskey, The Blue Cheer

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