Hoping to find a new read that keeps you on the edge of your seat? As your trusty partner in crime, we've done the sleuthing for you. From gripping thrillers to mysteries by award-winning authors, our investigations have uncovered the best in ebook deals this month. But act fast! Like the most successful killers, they'll be gone before you know it ...
Note: These deals were last updated on 10/2/18. Check back soon to get debriefed on next month's best discounted books.
The Art Restorer
An enigma concealed in the paintings of a Spanish artist—a contemporary of Picasso and Dalí with billionaire clients—is the key to a murder mystery that stretches back to the WWII era, from the author of The Antiquarian.
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A desperate young man becomes entangled with a Scottish crime family in this “brilliant, irresistible” novel from the author of The Wasp Factory (New York Times).
"Beguiling.” —The Guardian
An Owl Too Many
Peter Shandy heads out on a nocturnal hike to spot owls with some of his colleagues, but it’s anything but a hoot when one of their party winds up dead...
“Farcical humor, from slapstick to quiet witticisms, abounds in this mystery.” —Publishers Weekly
A Dancer in the Dust
Edgar Award-winning author
A “beautifully written and elegantly plotted” thriller of ill-fated love—one man’s love for an extraordinary woman, and one woman’s love for her troubled country (The Globe & Mail, Toronto).
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Arson Plus and Other Stories
This collection of short stories introduces the Continental Op—the legendary, hardboiled, and nameless San Francisco sleuth who his creator called “as callous and brutal and cynical as necessary.”
"Hammett is a master of the detective novel, yes, but also one hell of a writer." —The Boston Globe
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