When the newest member of Eric Peterkin’s London club is found stabbed to death, Eric throws himself into a quest for the truth: missing nurses, morphine addiction, shell shock. The Great War is over, but the memories remain...
Colonel Russell, before the War, had four sons. Now he has four widowed daughters-in-law. When he’s found murdered in Eric Peterkin’s Usual Armchair, Eric finds himself drawn into the intrigues of those left behind when the men go off to fight.
Twenty years after graduation, ten members of a university RPG club reunite at a snowed-in cabin in northern Ontario to relive their tabletop glory days. And then the first body falls, in a way eerily reminiscent of an in-game death.
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Looks like this is setting up for some great psychological suspense here. Check it out!
A group of teens become trapped in a labyrinthine cave system with a demonic entity that feeds on fear. A book that focuses on how humans act during times of crisis, one that does not shy away from blood, this is a book you won’t want to put down.
You're hired to steal some art, but someone else beats you to it and now your client is demanding ... "reparations". The world absolutely needs more mystery capers like this!
His journalism career ended badly. Hers hasn’t started. If they can’t discover who robbed a San Francisco museum, they’ll both wind up in the obituaries. Order now for some high stakes larceny!
I love anything that involves trying to solve a murder, and the setup is deliciously reminiscent of "Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased)" ... just updated with a lively, modern narrative voice that's a joy to read.
Sixteen-year old Margo tries to solve a murder aided by her late boyfriend Hank, who can spy on suspects unseen. As Margo’s quest becomes more perilous, Hank is helpless to protect her from the sinister forces that killed her mother.