Anna Katharine Green's collection of stories featuring her legendary character Violet Strange has been hailed as the first fictional female detective series. The Violet Strange stories are classic mysteries in the Agatha Christie vein, mixing romance, humor, and detection.
In her latest adventure, Jane Whitefield, who helps people in trouble disappear from one life and establish a new identity, is hired by a Las Vegas gambling casino executive running from contract killers. But the killers are on the trail of the shadow woman, and soon Jane becomes the principle target of their rage and revenge.
In this remarkable thriller, Jonathan Rabb presents a strikingly real solution to an actual unsolved historical mystery, all the while painting a vivid, unforgettable picture of a dark city in chaos at a time of great political uncertainty.
In this sequel to the Edgar Award–winning The Butcher's Boy, Thomas Perry's highly skilled mob hit man returns to the United States with more reasons to kill—until the odds turn terrifyingly against him.
This ingenious debut introduces John Shakespeare, Elizabethan England's most remarkable investigator, in a tale of conspiracy and murder that succeeds brilliantly as both historical fiction and crime thriller.