Browse Our Books
by Author
Jeff Abbott
Peter Abrahams
Susan Wittig Albert
Steve Alten
Nancy Atherton
David Baldacci
Nevada Barr
Allison Hoover Bartlett
Raymond Benson
Steve Berry
Lawrence Block
Alice Borchardt
Rhys Bowen
C. J. Box
Alan Bradley
Dan Brown
Rita Mae Brown
Sandra Brown
Edna Buchanan
D. W. Buffa
Flavia Bujor
Jan Burke
Lee Child
Lincoln Child
Derek Ciccone
Carol Higgins Clark
Mary Higgins Clark
James Clemens
Harlan Coben
Tim Cockey
Margaret Coel
Eoin Colfer
Michael Connelly
John Connolly
Stephen Coonts
Bernard Cornwell
Catherine Coulter
Robert Crais
Deborah Crombie
Clive Cussler
Diane Mott Davidson
Jeffery Deaver
Nelson Demille
William Dietrich
Tim Dorsey
James D. Doss
Carol Nelson Douglas
David Drake
Robert Dugoni
John Dunning
Barry Eisler
Aaron Elkins
Earl Emerson
K. J. Erickson
Janet Evanovich
Linda Fairstein
Robert Ferrigno
Dan Fesperman
Jasper Fforde
Joseph Finder
Vince Flynn
Ken Follett
Alan Dean Foster
Kinky Friedman
Alan Furst
Lisa Gardner
Elizabeth George
Tess Gerritsen
Mark Gimenez
Terry Goodkind
Chris Grabenstein
Sue Grafton
Andrew Grant
Tim Green
Martha Grimes
James Grippando
Andrew Gross
James W. Hall
Parnell Hall
Laurell K. Hamilton
Steve Hamilton
Charlaine Harris
Joanne Harris
Carolyn Hart
John Twelve Hawks
Sparkle Hayter
David Hewson
Tami Hoag
Jilliane Hoffman
Anthony Horowitz
Katherine Howe
Harry Hunsicker
Stephen Hunter
Gregg Andrew Hurwitz
Greg Iles
John Jakes
Dean James
J. A. Jance
Stephany Kane
Joseph Kanon
Jesse Kellerman
Jonathan Kellerman
Jack Kerley
Laurie King
Michael Koryta
Elizabeth Kostova
Jayne Ann Krentz
Joe R. Lansdale
Dr. Denis Leary
Donna Leon
John Lescroart
David Lindsey
Laura Lippman
David Liss
Peter Lovesey
Margaret Maron
George R. R. Martin
Steve Martini
Sujata Massey
Bill McBride
Val McDermid
Michael McGarrity
Brad Meltzer
Kyle Mills
Chris Mooney
David Morrell
Bob Morris
Walter Mosley
John J. Nance
Newman, Sharan
Carol O'connell
Robin Paige
Chuch Palahniuk
Palmer, Michael
Sara Paretsky
Barbara Parker
Robert B. Parker
T. Jefferson Parker
Ridley Pearson
Ridley Pearson, Writing as Dr. Joyce Reardon
Geoge Pelecanos
Sharon Kay Penman
Otto Penzle
Anne Perry
Thomas Perry
Preston, Douglas, Child, Lincoln
Douglas Preston
Ian Rankin
Ben Rehder
Kathy Reichs
Matthew Reilly
Anne Rice
Kat Richardson
Rick Riordan
Nora Roberts
James Rollins
Karen Rose
David Rosenfelt
Ann B. Ross
S. J. Rozan
Ann Rule
John Sandford
Jonathan Santlofer
Steven Saylor
Lisa Scottoline
Diane Setterfield
Sheldon Siegel
Daniel Silva
David Skibbins
Karin Slaughter
Alexander McCall Smith
Dana Stabenow
James Swain
Keith Thomson
Brad Thor
P. J. Tracy
Jess Walter
Martha Wells
Randy Wayne White
Stephen White
Jaqueline Winspear

Back To Top Of Page

s

Death in Lover's Lane: A Henrie O Mystery by Carolyn Hart

Publisher: Avon Books (T), 1997
ISBN: 9780380974139
ID: Mar0479

Flat Signed! Hardcover first edition / first printing. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on the title page and is author's signature only. Minimum scuffing and edge wear. No writing or marks Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for author's signature.

Price in US $ 34.95

Summary: When an unpopular student proposes an investigative report on three unsolved campus-related murders from some twenty years earlier, Henrie O believes the girl is just stirring up controversy, until she turns up dead. By the author of the award-winning "Dead Man's Island. "

s

Death in Paradise by Carolyn Hart

Publisher: Avon Books, 1998
ISBN: 9780380974146
ID: Mar0478

Flat Signed! Hardcover first edition / first printing. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on the title page and is author's signature only. Minimum scuffing and edge wear. No writing or marks Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for author's signature.

Price in US $ 34.95

Summary: Henrie O has experienced much sadness and loss in her life--yet nothing more tragic than the sudden death six years ago of her beloved newspaperman husband, Richard, on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. Then, on a brisk March morning, a package arrives by courier that shatters her fragile peace of mind--a chilling message that claims Richard's fatal fall from a towering island cliff was no accident. It was murder.
It is news that enrages the normally self-contained Henrie 0, and a summons she cannot ignore, as she follows cryptic clues and her infallible instincts to a secret-shrouded tropic Eden--a lush and verdant Pacific paradise where giant palm fronds hide evil deeds from inquisitive eyes and the soft, salt scented ocean breeze whispers of treachery and death. At the lavish mountaintop estate of Belle Ericcson--where Richard spent the final days of his life--and in the company of the fabulously wealthy matriarch's large, extended clan, Henrie is privy to the rumors that have torn Belle's family apart: terrible allegations of greed and jealousy; of treachery, adultery, abuse...and of a mystery that surrounds the kidnap-slaying of Belle's eldest child, CeeCee, which may have been what called Richard Collins to Kauai and to his death.
Henrie O's anger and pain--her duty to the past and to the cherished memory of the man she dearly loved--have brought her to this island of breathtaking, lethal beauty. But her unwavering determination to uncover the truth in a house of lies may ensure that she never leaves. Because the deaths did not begin with Richard Collins, nor have they ended there. And the closer she gets to unmasking her husband's assassin, the more frighteningly apparent it becomes that someone's dark and enduring homicidal passions have not yet been fully satisfied.

s

Mint Julep Murder by Carolyn Hart

Publisher: Bantam, 1995
ISBN: 9780553094633
ID: Mar0477

Flat Signed! Hardcover first edition / first printing. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on the title page and is author's signature only. Minimum scuffing and edge wear. No writing or marks Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for author's signature.

Price in US $ 34.95

Summary: Another installment in the author's award-winning Death on Demand series follows the husband-and-wife team of bookworm-sleuths, Annie and Max Darling, as they investigate a murder at a book festival.

s

Resort To Murder: A Henrie O Mystery by Carolyn Hart

Publisher: William Morrow, 2001
ISBN: 9780380977734
ID: Mar0476

Flat Signed! Hardcover first edition / first printing. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on the title page and is author's signature only. Minimum scuffing and edge wear. Has a remainder mark No writing or marks Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for author's signature.

Price in US $ 34.95

Summary: "Carolyn Hart's ex-reporter sleuth, Henrietta "Henrie 0" O'Dwyer Collins, joins a wedding party in glorious Bermuda -- only to discover that death is an uninvited guest."Resort To Murder
Retired Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Henrietta Collins no longer races around the globe in pursuit of news. But her talent for troubleshooting and her zest for life are much needed at a family gathering in sunny Bermuda, where murder prowls the halls of a luxury hotel. Henrie 0 has come to the island with her grandchildren for the remarriage of their father, Lloyd Drake. Henrie O's former son-in-law plans to marry Connor Bailey, a beautiful widow with a dark past and a knack for attracting men. Only a year earlier, the resort manager's husband fell from a tower to his death after quarreling with Connor. And now it seems that his restless spirit is haunting the hotel -- and perhaps seeking revenge.
Henrie 0 has no patience for bogus supernatural appearances, no matter how artfully done. But when she sets out to unmask the "ghost's" creator, she soon realizes there's much more at stake.
A second death -- a fatal fall from a cliff -- makes it clear to Henrie 0 that great evil is afoot in this elegant enclave kissed by warm turquoise water, glistening pink sands, and balmy ocean breezes. With everyone connected with the once-joyous planned union of Lloyd and Connor now both a suspect and a potential target of a fiendishly relentless killer, Henrie 0 is gravely concerned for the well-being of her loved ones. It is more than motivation enough for the accomplished amateur sleuth to take investigative matters into her own able hands despite the risks. Decades of experience have taught her that there are some lethal secrets that haunt both the innocent and the guilty alike, vengeful spirits who will not rest until some terrible blood debt has been repaid in full.

s

Scandal in Fair Haven by Carolyn Hart

Publisher: Bantam, 1994
ISBN: 9780553094657
ID: Mar0475

Flat Signed! Hardcover first edition / first printing. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on the title page and is author's signature only. Minimum scuffing and edge wear. No writing or marks Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for author's signature.

Price in US $ 29.95

Summary: When a bloodstained and desperate man breaks into her vacation cabin, Henrie O poses as his aunt and journeys to Tennessee to investigate a town's murderous secret. By the author of "Dead Man's Island. "25,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo. Tour.

s

Yankee Doodle Dead by Carolyn Hart

Publisher: William Morrow, 1998
ISBN: 9780380975297
ID: Mar0474

Flat Signed! Hardcover first edition / first printing. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on the title page and is author's signature only. Minimum scuffing and edge wear. No writing or marks Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for author's signature.

Price in US $ 29.95

Summary: Unless you find the idea of a woman who runs a mystery book store as an amateur crime solver just too cute for comfort, you'll have some fun with Carolyn G. Hart's latest cozy yarn about Annie and Max Darling, the Nick and Nora Charles of the South Carolina island resort town called Broward's Rock. Annie, of course, still keeps her Death on Demand book shop, matching wits with customers about unlikely murder methods from classic mysteries while serving them iced café lattes to ward off the summer heat. Max, the most underemployed private detective of recent memory (he doesn't seem to have had a paying client since 1995), is still as charming and sexy (to Annie, that is) as ever--although his annoying mother, Laurel, has become positively dangerous. But Laurel is only one of a veritable Orient Express-load of possible suspects when an obnoxious ex-military man is shot to death at the Broward's Rock Fourth of July Festival. The racist, sexist, antigay Bud Hatch could have been killed by any of his several enemies. It's up to Annie and Max to clear Laurel and various other friends of suspicion, and Hart certainly knows how to keep a familiar story from becoming too obvious. Other Death on Demand tales in paperback: "The Christie Caper", "Deadly Valentine", "Death on Demand", "Design for Murder", "Honeymoon With Murder", "A Little Class on Murder", "Mint Julep Murder", "Something Wicked", "Southern Ghost". "--Dick Adler"