Assault With A Deadly Glue Gun
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Anastasia Pollack, crafts editor for a fashion magazine, has a lot of problems. Now on top of everything, she finds a dead body, and the police suspect her of murder. Can someone skilled in making crafts solve a murder?
The Sleeping Dictionary
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A young woman’s turbulent life is set against the history of India and the Raj.
Long Live the King
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Second in the Dilberne fortune trilogy, this Downton Abbey era fiction details the life of parents trying to marry off their children.
The Perfect Fake
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An ex-con in financial straits is coerced into forging an ancient map. Too many people become interested in the map causing several mysterious deaths.
Beautiful Ruins
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This novel has three stories woven together covering a half a century in time with the movie industry as a background.
Bone Rattler
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A mystery set in colonial America begins with Duncan McCallum being transported to the New World for the crime of protecting his uncle from the British.
After I'm Gone
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A rich man's mysterious disappearance continues to affect his family and friends for years.
Traplines
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Warm, sometimes funny reminiscences of a childhood spent hunting and fishing in the Sawtooth Valley.
Tatiana
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It’s been awhile since the last Arkady Renko novel, and this one doesn't disappoint the reader. Renko always uncovers the secrets even in modern day Russia.
For Darkness Shows the Stars
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A terrific sci-fi version of Jane Austen’s Persuasion. More than one letter is exchanged between protagonists creating a framework for their shared past.
The Black Count
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Winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for biography details the exiting life of Alexander Dumas’ father. Dumas used his father and his father’s experiences as the model for the Count of Monte Cristo and the Three Musketeers.
The Gods of Guilt
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In this sequel to Lincoln Lawyer juries are called the gods of guilt. Defending an innocent man creates difficulties in court and in Mickey Haller’s personal life.

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