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1. Pane of Death - Sarah Atwell

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When Tucson glassblower Emmeline Dowell is asked to help out on a commission for enigmate software mogul Peter Ferguson, she thinks she's hit the artistic jackpot. But then she finds the glass missing - and its owner dead in a pool of blood.

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2. Perhaps She'll Die - M. K. Preston

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Returning to her hometown to solve the mystery of her father's lynching, Chantalene must also unravel the mystery of her mother's disappearance fifteen years ago.

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3. Plugged - Eoin Colfer

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Eoin Colfer is the author of the Artemis Fowl novels. Written with the same warmth and wit, though with additional language and violence, Plugged is a brilliant crime novel from a naturally gifted writer.

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4. Painted Veil - Beverle Graves Myers

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5. Panthers Play for Keeps - Clea Simon

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Praise for previous Pru Marlowe Pet Noirs... "Pru Marlowe can hear what animals are thinking? The wonderfully talented Clea Simon makes it a delight to believe it. Clever, original and completely captivating!" -Agatha award winning author Hank Phillippi Ryan of Parrots Prove Deadly While walking Spot, a service dog in training, Pru Marlowe is led to the mangled body of a young woman. Before she knows it, Pru's investigating the apparent wild cat attack-but there haven't been pumas in the area for years. Wallis, Pru's tabby, is sure there's a killer cat at large, but Spot suggests that the violent death was something more than an animal attack. With panther panic growing, Pru may have to put aside her own issues-and her own ideas of domesticity-to solve a savage mystery. Clea Simon is the author of the Theda Krakow and Dulcie Schwartz mysteries, as well as several nonfiction books. A former journalist, Simon lives in Massachusetts with her husband and their cat. www.cleasimon.com

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6. Parrots Prove Deadly - Clea Simon

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Praise for Parrots Prove Deadly... "Pru Marlowe can hear what animals are thinking?...Clea Simon makes it a delight to believe it. Clever, original and completely captivating!" -Hank Phillippi Ryan Anthony, Agatha and Macavity winning author When Pru Marlowe is called in to retrain a foul-mouthed African gray after its owner's death, the animal psychic can't help hearing the bird's words as a replay of a murder scene. But the doctor on call scoffs at the idea, and the heirs just want their late mother's pet to quit cursing. The only other possible witnesses are evasive, leaving Pru stuck with what may be a feather-brained theory. Even her crotchety tabby Wallis doesn't buy it, but Pru agrees to "interrogate" the big bird, and is soon dealing with drugs, jealousy, and a potential rabies outbreak.... Clea Simon lives in Massachusetts with her husband Jon and their cat Musetta. www.CleaSimon.com

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7. Party Girls Die in Pearls - Plum Sykes

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Ursula Flowerbutton, a studious country girl, arrives for her first term anticipating nothing more sinister than days spent poring over history books - and, perhaps, an invitation to a ball. But when she discovers a ghastly crime, she is catapulted into a murder investigation. Determined to unravel the case, Ursula enlists the help of her fellow Fresher, the glamorous American Nancy Feingold. While navigating a whirl of black-tie parties and secret dining societies, the girls discover a surfeit of suspects. From broken-hearted boyfriends to snobby Sloanes, lovelorn librarians to dishy dons, none can be presumed innocent.

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8. Pennant Man - Daniel Wyatt

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Professional baseball hasn't always been integrated. Up until the 1940s, there were white leagues and negro leagues. Regardless of talent, white team owners fought long and hard to keep blacks from entering their exclusive clubs. Then the Brooklyn Dodgers took the other owners on by scouting two black players of equal talent. The goal -- two players breaking the color line together...

One was Jackie Robinson. The other had a past.

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9. Pet in Peril - Marie Celine

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Gourmet Pet Chef Kitty Karlyle must once again draw on her sleuthing skills when her best friend is suspected of murder.

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10. Phantom Limb: A Daniel Rinaldi Mystery - Dennis Palumbo

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Psychologist and Pittsburgh Police Department consultant Daniel Rinaldi has a new patient. Lisa Harland, a local girl, once made a splash in Playboy and the dubious side of Hollywood before bottoming out...

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11. Photo Finish - John McEvoy

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Praise for the Jack Doyle Mysteries... "John McEvoy is a racing expert whose knowledge permeates the pages." -Publishers Weekly of The Significant Seven Jack Doyle, former advertising man and ama-teur boxer, accepts a new job as a thoroughbred jockey's agent for Mickey Sheehan, a 17-year-old riding phenom from Ireland. Mickey and Jack are an effective team until someone begins secretly doping the horses. To identify the culprit, Doyle calls in his old friend Moe Kellman, furrier-to-the-Mob; trainer Ralph Tenuta, himself the target of a blackmailer; and veterinarian Ingrid McGuire, a talented horse communicator. Moving from Chicago's Heartland Downs to New York's Saratoga Race Course to Mob capo Fifi Bonadio's lavish yacht in Chicago's Belmont Harbor, will Jack's persistent push for answers get him killed? John McEvoy, former Midwest editor and senior correspondent for Daily Racing Form, is the author of five previously published nonfiction books on thoroughbred horse racing. He lives in Illinois.

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12. Plain Dead - Emma Miller

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When a newspaperman is murdered in the Amish community of Stone Mill, Pennsylvania, Rachel Mast digs up the dirt to find out who wanted to bury the lead.

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13. Plains Crazy - J M Hayes

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14. Playing with Fire - Gerald Elias

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When an anxious phone call from obscure violinmaker Amadeo Borlotti disturbs Daniel Jacobus's Christmas Eve festivities, he and his friends Nathaniel and Yumi make light of it. Borlotti preferred the quiet life in the country away from the limelight, but his larceny grew incessantly. Now it's up to Jacobus to find out why.

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15. Pleasing the Dead LP - Deborah Turrell Atkinson

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The day attorney Storm Kayama arrives in Kahului to help Lara Farrell set up her new dive shop, someone bombs a restaurant. When one of Lara's employees, a recent Japanese immigrant, kills himself and one of his young daughters, Storm begins to ask questions. The tentacles of the Yakuza, the dangerous Japanese branch of organized crime, ensnare local businesses, real estate, and politics. Cunning and deadly, the clan leaders exploit underage women and eliminate anyone who dares face up to them. Storm finds herself up against a lethal and faceless enemy, in a place where disposing of a victim is as easy as dumping her in shark-infested waters. Deborah Turrell Atkinson lives in Honolulu, Hawaii, with her husband and two children. A zest for traveling off the beaten path, friends, and her deep interest in the native myths and lore that abound among Hawaii's rich and varied cultures contribute to her books. www.debbyatkinson.com

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16. Plunder A Faye Longchamp Mystery - Mary Anna Evans

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Praise for Plunder... "Engaging, character-driven. -Publishers Weekly Faye Longchamp and her husband Joe Wolf Mantooth are researching archaeological sites near the mouth of the Mississippi soon to be flooded by oil by the Deepwater Horizon disaster. When her babysitter is injured, leaving Faye to work with a toddler underfoot, she hires Amande, a bright and curious teen who lives nearby. But when Amande's grandmother and no-account uncle are murdered, her two known relatives battle over her small inheritance: a raggedy houseboat, a few shares of stock, and a hurricane-battered island that's not even inhabitable. Pirate-era silver coins are found and lost. A murderer is on the loose, and, as the oil slick looms, Faye can see that Louisiana is still being plundered.... Mary Anna Evans has degrees in physics and engineering, but her heart is in the past. Plunder is seventh in her award-winning series. www.maryannaevans.com

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17. Poisoned Ground A Rachel Goddard Mystery - Sandra Parshall

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Praise for Poisoned Ground... "Once again, Sandra Parshall delivers great characters and a twisty, suspenseful plot." -Dennis Palumbo, author of the Daniel Rinaldi Mysteries When a powerful development company sets its sights on Mason Country, Virginia, as the location for a sprawling resort for the rich, the locals begin taking sides. But few oppose the development more vocally than veterinarian Rachel Goddard. She sides with locals reluctant to sell their land and, thus, complicates the life of her new husband, Sheriff Tom Bridger. When a beloved couple is gunned down on the very farm they refused to sell, it seems supporters will stop at nothing to ensure the success of the resort. As the violence escalates, Rachel discovers the attacks are more sinister than they appear. Can she bring the truth to light before her community tears itself apart? Sandra Parshall is the Agatha Award-winning author of five previous Rachel Goddard mysteries. www.sandraparshall.com

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18. Police and Thieves - James Patrick Hunt

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19. Post Mortem - Kate London

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"She could not escape the horror of it: falling unstoppably, irretrievably until the hard concrete reaches up. That last glimpse of them at the edge." A long-serving beat cop in the Met and a teenage girl fall to their deaths from a tower block in London's East End. Left alive on the roof is a five year old boy and rookie police officer Lizzie Griffiths. Within hours, Lizzie Griffiths has disappeared and DPS officer Sarah Collins sets out to uncover the truth around the grisly deaths, in an investigation which takes her into the dark heart of policing in London.

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20. Powers of Arrest - Jon Talton

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Praise for Powers of Arrest... "In Talton's excellent second Cincinnati Casebook mystery...two mature, vulnerable people become real partners whose survival really matters."-Publishers Weekly starred review After spinal tumor surgery, Cincinnati Homi-cide Detective Will Borders is lucky to be alive and lucky to have a job as public information officer for the department. When a star cop is brutally murdered, the crime bears a chilling similarity to killings on a peaceful college campus, where his friend Cheryl Beth Wilson teaches nursing. The two young victims were her students. Most homicides are routine, but here there are no easy suspects, and even Borders' stepson is under suspicion. So Borders again teams up with Cheryl Beth to pursue a sadistic predator before he kills someone else. Jon Talton is the author of nine novels and the former business editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer. Jon lives in Washington state, is an economics columnist for the Seattle Times, and runs the blog Rogue Columnist. www.jontalton.com

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