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1. False Profits - Patricia Smiley

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Full of colorful characters and with a fun and feisty heroine, False Profits is a real treat.

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2. Frames - Loren D. Estleman

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The film business is tough. For Valentino, it's murder.

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3. Face of the Enemy - Joanne DobsonBeverle Graves Myers

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Praise for Face of the Enemy... "If you are not a fan of 1940s American history, you will become one!" -Naomi Hirahara author of the Mas Arai mysteries In December 1941, patriotism and paranoia grip New York as the city mobilizes for war. Nurse Louise Hunter is outraged when the FBI arrests Masako Fumi, an avant-garde artist and newcomer to the city. Then Masako's art dealer is found dead in the gallery where he'd been closing down her show and Masako's troubles multiply. Louise hires a radical lawyer and enlists the help of her journalist roommate. Louise and homicide detective Michael McKenna must defy both racism and ham-fisted government agents to expose the real killer. Joanne Dobson, an Agatha nominee was an English Professor at Fordham University. She lives in New York. Beverle Graves Myers is a retired psychiatrist, lifelong opera lover, and avid traveler. She lives in Kentucky. www.joannedobson.com www.beverlegravesmyers.com

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4. Fade to Blue - Bill Moody

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Praise for the Evan Horne mysteries.... "When Bill Moody writes about dead jazz musicians, you can hear the blue notes bouncing off the walls." -The New York Times Jazz pianist Evan Horne, settled into San Francisco, takes a gig in Los Angeles, where he's been hired to teach actor Ryan Stiles to look like he's playing piano for an upcoming film role. Suddenly Stiles' adversarial relationship with the paparazzi explodes when a photographer is killed. Was it an accident or is Stiles a suspect? Evan wants out, but Stiles' manager dangles the opportunity for Evan to score the film if he stays. Then when the film begins, another mysterious death occurs, and somebody begins to blackmail the star. Evan launches his own investigation. Then Evan's old nemesis, serial killer Gillian Sims, escapes from prison.... Jazz drummer Bill Moody lives in northern California. He hosts a weekly jazz show, and is the author of six earlier Evan Horne novels. www.billmoodyjazz.com

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5. False Fortune - Twist Phelan

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6. Family Claims - Twist Phelan

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7. Fatal Induction - Bernadette Pajer

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Praise for Fatal Induction... "Bradshaw will win readers over as he puts his own life...in jeopardy in pursuit of the truth." -Publishers Weekly Seattle, 1901. An electrical competition incites Electrical Engineering Professor Benjamin Bradshaw's obsession for invention. The winner's telephonic system will deliver music from the Seattle Grand Theater to homes throughout the city, and Bradshaw is confident he can win. But soon after the shock of President McKinley's assassination, Bradshaw uncovers a crime closer to home. A gypsy peddler's cart is suddenly abandoned behind his house, and the peddler's child may have witnessed a murder. Frustrated by the police department's apathy, Bradshaw follows the girl's trail. Soon he knows that to save the child, he must transform his contest entry into a trap to catch a killer.... Bernadette Pajer lives in Monroe, WA with her husband and son. Fatal Induction is second in her Professor Bradshaw Mystery series. bernadettepajer.com

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8. Fatal Undertaking LP - Mark de Castrique

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"You want to borrow a casket?" Funeral director and part-time sheriff Barry Clayton finds the request absurd until he learns the casket will be the centerpiece of the Jaycees haunted house, a charity benefitting the children's hospital. But when the president of the Jaycees is mur-dered in the casket on Halloween, the national press descends to cover the bizarre crime. Barry is assigned to be the lead investigator of the case. Then someone fires a shot at Archie Donovan, and Barry wonders whether the victim in the casket was even the intended target. Barry's police and personal lives collide when his ex-wife Rachel comes to town, hoping to use the story to launch her TV career. Soon her prying creates a backlash that leaves another body in its wake. Unmasking the killer may be a fatal undertaking.... Mark de Castrique's mysteries are set in the mountains of North Carolina where he lives with his wife Linda. www.markdecastrique.com

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9. Fear of Landing LP - David Waltner-Toews

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It's the early 1980s. Even as President Suharto violently stifles dissent, the islands of Java and Bali are under the million-dollar development schemes of Western governments. Canadian veterinarian Abner Dueck wanted a mundane job. But when some cows die under mysterious circumstances, Dueck's life changes abruptly. Soon after, two of his friends are murdered. To unravel the mysterious deaths, Dueck must first understand the long shadow cast upon Indonesian life by the 1966 massacres; the complexities of their music; the demands and intrigues of love and conspiracy, death and mystery; and of course, the stories behind Indonesia's cultural heritage and personal identity. David Waltner-Toews is a specialist in the epidemiology of food and waterborne diseases, zoonoses, and ecosystem health. He has published several non-fiction books. Fear of Landing is his debut novel.

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10. Fever Dream A Daniel Rinaldi Mystery - Dennis Palumbo

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On a blistering summer day, a bank robbery goes wrong, and all of the hostages are killed except Treva Williams. Psychologist and trauma expert Daniel Rinaldi is called in to treat her. Soon the investigating officers, Sergeant Harry Polk and Detective Eleanor Lowrey-as well as Rinaldi-are plunged into a vortex of mistaken identity, kidnapping, and surprising revelations against District Attorney and gubernatorial candidate Leland Sinclair. Rinaldi is distracted by the suicide of a young patient and his growing attraction to Eleanor. Then death threats against Sinclair fuel accusations and political maneuvering. Soon, what he knows-or thinks he knows-will pull him toward a shocking and possibly lethal confrontation. Former Hollywood screenwriter Dennis Palumbo is now a licensed psychotherapist in private practice. Fever Dream is his second mystery novel, following Mirror Image. www.dennispalumbo.com

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11. Fever Quest - Hannah Parry

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A tale of loyalty, betrayal... and the painful cost of doing the right thing. Sixteen year old Isabella lives in 19th century India where her father is missing in action. With her street-urchin friend Midge, she sets out on a mission to find him, while delivering an vital malaria cure on the way. But when the two get caught up in the malevolent plans of a diamond mogul, everyone's fate depends upon Isabella. She can only save her friend and the countless sick who are in jeopardy if she can find the courage to put others before herself... Fever Quest is an exciting action-packed historical drama aimed at the 11+ marketplace.

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12. Fiddle Game - Richard A Thompson

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13. Fifteen Digits - Nick Santora

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14. Final Act - J. M. Gregson

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Lambert & Hook discover that interrogating professional actors is an impossible business in the latest intriguing mystery.

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15. Final Approach An Emily Locke Mystery - Rachel Brady

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Four years ago Emily Locke lost her infant daughter and husband in an inexplicable accident. She has nearly rebuilt her life when Richard Cole, a former police detective now working as a PI, wants help he says only she can provide-reconnaissance at a Texas sky-diving establishment more than a thousand miles away-to solve a missing child case. Emily agrees, but similarities between this new case and her sad past make it increasingly difficult for her to stay objective. Soon she's convinced that she is somehow connected to whoever took little Casey Lyons...and maybe her own daughter. A graduate of Wright State University and The Ohio State University, Rachel Brady enjoys a career in biomedical engineering. Her interests include health and fitness, acoustic guitar, and books of all kinds. She lives outside Houston, Texas, with her husband and their three children. Final Approach is her debut novel. www.rachelbrady.net

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16. Final Curtain: An Edna Ferber Mystery - Ed Ifkovic

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In 1940, against the backdrop of Hitler and the specter of world war, Edna Ferber follows an old dream: to act onstage. Starring in The Royal Family, the comedy written with George Kaufman, she travels to Maplewood, New Jersey for a week of summer stock. But her escape from the headlines is short lived. An understudy is murdered. Who shot the handsome young actor?

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17. Final Undertaking: Burryin' Barry Mystery - Mark de Castrique

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18. Findings - Mary Anna Evans

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19. Fire Prayer LP - Deborah Turrell Atkinson

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"...a fast-paced mystery brimming with the beauty and culture of Hawaii...with characters as memorable as a sunset on the beach." -Margaret Coel, author of The Drowning Man Tanner Williams has asked Storm Kayama to come to Moloka'i to make sure his ex-wife Jenny is taking good care of his diabetic son, Luke. Meanwhile, Storm's law partner and lover, Ian Hamlin, is investigating whether a Moloka'i kayaking company was negligent when the son of an O'ahu shipping magnate disappeared. It looks like a great excuse for Storm and Hamlin to get away from Honolulu for the weekend. But just hours after Storm's visit to Jenny's home, 12-year-old Luke finds his mother dead. Luke calls the police and disappears. Will Storm find Luke in time? Is Jenny's death somehow related to the kayaking incident? Deborah Turrell Atkinson lives in Honolulu, Hawaii, with her husband and two children. Fire Prayer is third in her Storm Kayama mystery series, after Primitive Secrets and The Green Room, a Booksense Notable Book for 2005. www.debbyatkinson.com

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20. First, Do No Harm - Larry Karp

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Praise for First, Do No Harm... "Karp's story, steeped in descriptions of 1940's smalltown life, builds to a shattering climax that will haunt readers as much as the book's characters." -Publishers Weekly Martin Firestone can't figure why his father, eccentric painter Leo Firestone, is throwing a fit. All Martin did was tell his dad he'd been accepted to medical school. Then Leo tells Martin a story about his own father, Dr. Samuel Firestone, an extraordinarily gifted doctor and a living legend in the small city of Hobart, NJ. And a man with a serious character flaw. But there are loose threads in Leo's story. Martin picks them up, and, sixty years after the fact, goes snooping.... And like his father, he comes away with a lot more junk than he bargained for. Larry Karp is the author of the Music Box Mystery and the Ragtime Mystery series. Karp has also written nonfiction, practiced perinatal medicine, and restored and collected antique music boxes. He and his wife live in Seattle. www.larrykarp.com

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