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Bell, Book, and Scandal (Jane Jeffry Mysteries, No. 14)
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Bell, Book, and Scandal (Jane Jeffry Mysteries, No. 14)

By Churchill, Jill

New York: William Morrow, 2003. One would never guess to look at suburbanite homemaker Jane Jeffry that she would be interested in murder, but she's practically an expert on the subject. Which is why, with best buddy Shelley Nowack in tow, Jane's booking down to a nearby mystery writers' convention to mingle with the agents, publishing bigwigs, and famous authors . and to maybe drum up interest in her own recently completed manuscript. But what would a mystery convention be without a mystery? So when a famous ego-squashing editor is undone by an anonymous poisoner, and a much hated book-bashing journalist is himself bashed quite nastily in the parking lot, Jane and Shelley jump right on the case, ready to snoop, eavesdrop, and gossip their way to a solution. But the would-be killer they seek is no open book. And trying to read him/her/them may turn out to be harder and deadlier than anyone initially imagined. 1st US Edition. New/New.

$20.00

Death in the Cotswolds

By Tope, Rebecca

London: Allison and Busby, 2008. After two disastrous house sitting incidents in which she unwittingly became embroiled in murder and mayhem, Thea Osbourne is only too happy to have a bit of peace and quiet. The only positive thing that came out of her experiences is her blossoming relationship with DI Phil Hollis and she relishes the thought of their spending some quality time together. Even meeting Phil’s childhood acquaintance, the eccentric Ariadne, cannot detract from Thea’s happiness. . Reprint. Pbk. Near Fine.

$6.00

A Grave in the Cotswolds (The Cotswold Mysteries)
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A Grave in the Cotswolds (The Cotswold Mysteries)

By Tope, Rebecca

London: Allison and Busby, 2011. Undertaker Drew Slocombe is not having a good day. His business is failing, the car needs an MOT (safety inspection) and he’s driving 120 miles to the Cotswolds to carry out the late Greta Simmonds’ final wishes. Unfortunately, when he gets there, a string of bureaucratic mistakes means that he’s now the chief suspect of a murder inquiry. He’s beginning to wish he had never heard of Greta Simmonds. Thea Osborne and her loyal spaniel Hepzie are still pursuing their occupation as house-sitters, despite the disastrous incidents of the past. At the moment they are staying in Greta Simmonds’ house, which is currently between ownership. Thea is torn between moving back home or waiting for the execution of the will. After all, she does have outstanding payments due. Then the discovery of a body in a nearby field takes the decision out of Thea’s hands, and she finds herself embroiled in a murder investigation once again. Having befriended the police’s only suspect, Drew Slocombe, Thea believes him to be innocent. As Thea and Drew work together to clear his name, it slowly dawns on them that in a village simmering with secrets, a means and a motive could be laid at anybody’s door.. Reprint. Pbk. Near Fine.

$6.00

The Sherlock Holmes Companion

By Hardwick, Michael & Hardwick, Mollie

New York: Bramhall House, 1962. "This indispensable companion brings together all the ingredients... a Who's Who, plots of each story, biographies of Holmes and Watson, an anthology of their aphorisms and a chapter on their relation to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, their creator" The illustrations are from the originals done for the Strand Magazine by Sidney Paget in the 232p. illus. Reissue. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good, Slight Chips. Illus. by Sidney Paget.

$15.00

Ovation by Death: A Vic Bowering Mystery
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Ovation by Death: A Vic Bowering Mystery

By Yeager, Dorian

New York: St Martins Press, 1996. ARC/Advance Reading Copy. Softcover. Fine.

$5.00

Curse the Darkness

By Grant-Adamson, Lesley

London: Faber & Faber, 1991. The fifth mystery featuring Rain Morgan (after Guilty Knowledge ) is a highly original, satisfying tale. When Alf Wilson, an elderly screenwriter, "invites" his neighbors and gossip-columnist/sleuth Rain to discover his body hanging from his chandelier, it is an invitation for Rain to investigate whether the situation is a case of murder or not. In the meantime, novelist John Gower--whose success is thus far measured in positive reviews rather than in money--stages his own death in order to win publicity for his work. Unfortunately for Gower, the scheme works too well. While Gower's estranged wife and his agent reap the rewards, the author is left to hide in a remote cottage and later in an urban squatters' digs. He writes the masterpiece of his career, but finds himself leading a life increasingly similar to that of his own fictional main character. A mystery on two levels, with Rain's pursuit of the truth running parallel to the action in the false disappearance, the novel also examines the writing life as experienced by a journalist, a screenwriter and a novelist. A smashing conclusion brings Rain and Gower together in dangerous circumstances.. Softcover. Very Good.

$5.00

Virgin Territory
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Virgin Territory

By Todd, Marilyn

London: Macmillan, 1996. Claudia jumps at the chance to leave Rome and to chaperone Sabina, after 30 years as a Vestal Virgin , back to Sicily.. Unfortunately, Sabina is an imposter. And back in Rome, investigator Marcus Orbilio fears Claudia is in danger. He must go to Sicily to save her. 1st UK Edition. Hardcover. New/New.

$35.00

Brother Cadfael : The Leper of St. Giles [VIDEO]

By Peters, Ellis

London: Central Films, 1994. Cadfael, a British TV series broadcast between 1994 and 1998 was based on The Cadfael Chronicles novels written by Ellis Peters. Produced by ITV Central, it starred Derek Jacobi as the medieval detective and monk Brother Cadfael. This is part of a boxed set of Series 1 [1994] Containg 4 episodes, and parts will NOT be seld separately. Each VHS cassette cassette lasts approx. 75 minutes. The set includes "Once Corpse Too Many" "The Sanctuary Sparrow" "The Leper of St.Giles" and "Monl's Hood" Each VHS cassette cassette lasts approx. 75 minutes All cassettes As as New in orginal box.. First Thus. Video Box. As New. Boxed Set.

$20.00

Brother Cadfael : One Corpse Too Many [VIDEO]

By Peters, Ellis

London: Central Films, 1994. Cadfael, a British TV series broadcast between 1994 and 1998 was based on The Cadfael Chronicles novels written by Ellis Peters. Produced by ITV Central, it starred Derek Jacobi as the medieval detective and monk Brother Cadfael. This is part of a boxed set of Series 1 [1994] Containg 4 episodes, and parts will NOT be seld separately. Each VHS cassette cassette lasts approx. 75 minutes. The set includes "Once Corpse Too Many" "The Sanctuary Sparrow" "The Leper of St.Giles" and "Monl's Hood" Each VHS cassette cassette lasts approx. 75 minutes All cassettes As as New in orginal box.. First Thus. Video Box. As New. Boxed Set.

$20.00

Everybody Had a Gun

By Prather, Richard S.

New York: Gold Medal / Fawcett, 1958. Clean crisp copy, looks unread, has minor water mark, else fine. Reprint. Pbk. Near Fine.

$10.00

Brother Cadfael : Monk's Hood [VIDEO]

By Peters, Ellis

London: Central Films, 1994. Cadfael, a British TV series broadcast between 1994 and 1998 was based on The Cadfael Chronicles novels written by Ellis Peters. Produced by ITV Central, it starred Derek Jacobi as the medieval detective and monk Brother Cadfael. This is part of a boxed set of Series 1 [1994] Containg 4 episodes, and parts will NOT be seld separately. Each VHS cassette cassette lasts approx. 75 minutes. The set includes "Once Corpse Too Many" "The Sanctuary Sparrow" "The Leper of St.Giles" and "Monl's Hood" Each VHS cassette cassette lasts approx. 75 minutes . All cassettes As New in orginal box.. First Thus. Video Box. As New. Boxed Set.

$20.00

The Face in the Cemetery : A Mamur Zapt Mystery
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The Face in the Cemetery : A Mamur Zapt Mystery

By Pearce, Michael

London: Harper Collins, 2002. It is the beginning of the war and Gareth Owen, Mamur Zapt and Head of Cairo's Secret Police, is unhappily rounding up enemy aliens. But nationality is a slippery thing in cosmopolitan Egypt. Who counts as German? And whose is the face in the cemetery? Owen would prefer to have to answer neither of these questions. He is preoccupied with missing guns (missing? in war time?) and dubious ghaffirs. Villages usually pick Dogberry-type simpletons as their watchmen. But what are these toughs doing here? And this heavily-armed, thumb-sucking girl? The face in the cemetery, though, refuses to go away, and Owen comes to realize that it poses questions that are not just professional but uncomfortably personal. . 1st Pbk Ed.. Softcover. Very Good.

$5.00

Brother Cadfael : The Sanctuary Sparrow [VIDEO]

By Peters, Ellis

London: Central Films, 1994. Cadfael, a British TV series broadcast between 1994 and 1998 was based on The Cadfael Chronicles novels written by Ellis Peters. Produced by ITV Central, it starred Derek Jacobi as the medieval detective and monk Brother Cadfael. This is part of a boxed set of Series 1 [1994] Containg 4 episodes, and parts will NOT be seld separately. Each VHS cassette cassette lasts approx. 75 minutes. The set includes "Once Corpse Too Many" "The Sanctuary Sparrow" "The Leper of St.Giles" and "Monl's Hood" Each VHS cassette cassette lasts approx. 75 minutes All cassettes As as New in orginal box.. First Thus. Video Box. As New. Boxed Set.

$20.00

Saint Peter's Fair

By Peters, Ellis

London: Futura., 1984. 10th mystery solved by Brother Cadfael in medieval Shrewsbury.. Reprint. Pbk.. Very Good.

$5.00

A Single Death

By Wright, Eric

Toronto: Collins, 1986. Signed by Author. 1st Can Ed. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine - Price Clipped.

$15.00

Right as Rain

By Pelecanos, George P.

London: Orion, 2001. Derek Strange and Terry Quinn are ex-cops turned private detectives in Washington, DC. Hired to investigate the death of an off-duty black police officer at the hands of a white policeman, Strange and Quinn are faced with the institutionalised racism of the nation's most poorly trained and dangerous police force.As the two private detectives confront the degradation of the city's flourishing drug trade, they find themselves up against some of the most implacable, dead-eyed killers ever to grace the pages of a novel. . Pbk. Very Good.

$5.00

A Gladiator Dies Only Once: The Further Investigations of Gordianus the Finder (Novels of Ancient Rome)
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A Gladiator Dies Only Once: The Further Investigations of Gordianus the Finder (Novels of Ancient Rome)

By Saylor, Steven

New York: St. Martin's Minotaur, 2006. A Gladiator Dies Only Once is a collection of short stories by American author Steven Saylor, first published by St. Martin's Press in 2005. It is the eleventh book in his Roma Sub Rosa series of mystery stories set in the final decades of the Roman Republic. The main character is the Roman sleuth Gordianus the Finder. . Softcover. Very Good.

$5.00

Ellenika Enklemata : 2

By Mares, Gianni ( Yiannis, Giannes)

Athens: To Vima, 2012. An anthology of 7 mystery stories by Greek authors : Kostas Katsoularis, Panagiotis Agapitos, Amanda Michalopoulou. Phillipos Philippou, Hieronymous Lykaris, Andreas Aposrtolides, Petros Markaris. 244p.. Reissue. Softcover. New Book from Greece.

$12.00

My Sister's Keeper

By Kelly, Nora

Toronto: HarperCollins, 1992. The University Feminist Union is attacked, and campus sleuth Gillian Adams investigates-exposing herself to the sexism and violence she is trying to end. 1st.Can Ed.. Near Fine/Good,Slight Chips & Tears.

$15.00

Darkness at Pemberley

By White, T. H.

London: Gollancz Crime, 1991. Vitage mystery story first published 1932. Reissue. Pbk. Near Fine.

$5.00

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