The Book of Hours
The Book of Hours book. Read 151 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Castle Priory is a crumbling Oxfordshire mansion, one Brian Blac...
Edward Gorey Opening Animations for the PBS Mystery! Series
http://youtu.be/-ge-Yr5vkYU http://youtu.be/rAmGsM4Dids These wonderful animations (1 and 2) based on the art of Edward Gorey were used in the memorable
The Final Reveille (A Living History Museum Mystery, 1)
The Final Reveille (A Living History Museum Mystery, 1) [Flower, Amanda] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Final Reveille (A Living History Museum Mystery, 1)
Isabella Alan's 'Murder, Plain and Simple (2013) launched her Amish Quilt Shop Mysteries. When Angela Braddock inherits her late aunt’s Amish quilt shop, she leaves behind her career and broken engagement for a fresh start in Holmes County, Ohio.
Why Everyone's Talking About 'The Girl On The Train'
In Paula Hawkins' debut novel 'The Girl on the Train' (2015), Rachel takes the same train into London every day, daydreaming about the lives of the occupants in the homes she passes. But when she sees something unsettling from her window one morning, it sets in motion a chilling series of events that make her question whom she can really trust.
The Burying Place (Jonathan Stride, #5)
The Burying Place book. Read 308 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A stunning, clever and unputdownable thriller for fans of Harlan...
Set on a Pennsylvania college campus during Halloween, 'Quoth The Raven' (1991) was Jane Haddam's 4th novel featuring former FBI investigator Gregor Demarkian. When a hated professor turns up dead, Demarkian must find the killer before a visiting professor (and friend) is the next victim. Haddam's popular Demarkian Holiday series began in 1990 with 'Not A Creature Was Stirring'.
'The Devil's Shadow' was Hugh Holton's 8th and last book before he died in 2001. A former Chicago homicide detective, Holton's first novel 'Presumed Dead' was published in 1994. Holton's thrillers feature Larry Cole, an African American Chicago policeman. (As a personal aside, Holton remains the finest speaker I have ever heard at a writers' conference.-SP)
Ill-Gotten Panes (A Stained-Glass Mystery)
Amazon.com: Ill-Gotten Panes (A Stained-Glass Mystery) (9780425267950): McAndrews, Jennifer: Books
Death by Cashmere: A Seaside Knitters Mystery
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Mysteries Histories: Three Debuts! | stevereads
What is it we love about murder mysteries? An old enemy of mine maintained the appeal came from order - that in murder mysteries, everything happens for a
In 1990, Carole Nelson Douglas began her Irene Adler series with 'Good Night, Mr. Holmes'. Miss Irene Adler, the beautiful American opera singer who once outwitted Sherlock Holmes, is also a superb detective, as Oscar Wilde and Bram Stoker can attest.
Abby Cooper: Psychic Eye: A Psychic Eye Mystery
Abby Cooper: Psychic Eye: A Psychic Eye Mystery eBook: Laurie, Victoria: Amazon.ca: Kindle Store