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In the latest Nero Wolfe mystery, the famed detective must wade through old grudges, scorned lovers, and mob bosses to solve the murder of a political reformer.
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Teenager Keith Moore was the last person to see Amy Giordano before she went missing in this Edgar Award-nominated thriller from Thomas H. Cook.
Readers are in very good hands when it comes to this crime writer and forensic anthropologist.
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In Charlotte MacLeod's The Withdrawing Room, Sarah Kelling fears that something sinister is targeting her boarding house.
When two Norwegian operatives are murdered in the Soviet wilderness, those closest to them must discover what went wrong.
Nobody wrote mysteries like the Queen.
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Get to know the beloved Chief Inspector Armand Gamache.
The Continental Op means business in Hammett's short story collections.
The so-called "American Agatha Christie" revolutionized the mystery genre with her 1908 novel, The Circular Staircase.
Is a human criminal responsible for the strange happenings at the British Museum—or is an ancient curse truly to blame?
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Sherlock's little sister would take any of these sleuths as her Watson.
Readers won't be able to stop thinking about these twisted and thrilling tales.
When a man is found dead on the Westminster Bridge, there’s only one crime-solving duo for the job.