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Along Comes a Stranger
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Along Comes a Stranger

By Lawson, Dorie McCullough

New York: Harper, 2007-04-24. Advance Uncorrected Proofs. Hardcover. Very Good. 258 pages; light edge wear; Advance Uncorrected Proofs; A series of peculiar and seemingly suspicious events leads Kate to a terrifying conclusion about her mother-in-laws new beau. The truth she uncovers could forever shatter her life and the lives of those she loves, in this eloquent yet suspenseful debut novel.

$5.00

Code To Zero
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Code To Zero

By Follett, Ken

New York: Signet, 2001-11-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 466 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; spine lean; n January, 1958, America's best hope to catch up with the Russians in the space race sits on a pad at Cape Canaveral. But the launch of the "Explorer I" satellite is delayed due to the weather, even though it is a sunny day. The real reason rests deep in the mind of a NASA scientist who wakes that morning with his memory completely erased--he knows a dark secret someone wants him to forget.

$1.00

A Century of Great Suspense Stories
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A Century of Great Suspense Stories

By Deaver, Jeffery (editor)

New York: Berkley Hardcover, 2001-11-01. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 590 pages; light edge wear to jacket; One hundred years of suspense--by a host of the best mystery and detective authors--is collected in one timeless anthology. Contributors include Lawrence Block, Harlan Ellison, Patricia Highsmith, Tony Hillerman, John D. MacDonald, and Steve Martini, and many more.

$3.00

With Intent to Kill
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With Intent to Kill

By Kopp, Nancy

New York: Signet, 1998-11-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 384 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; In a small Wisconsin town, a county D.A., fleeing memories of a painful marriage, finds herself immersed in the investigation of the brutal murder of a four year-old boy--the son of a prominent community member. Complicating matters is a police detective who's as stubborn about his work as he is handsome, a model student-turned suspect whom none of the townspeople can believe is guilty, and the dark secrets of a powerful family that will do anything to keep them hidden.

$1.00

Memories of Midnight
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Memories of Midnight

By Sheldon, Sidney

New York: William Morrow, 1990-09-10. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. 399 pages; edge wear to boards, corners bumped, some soiling to boards; Sidney Sheldon's genius as a storyteller has never been more powerfully displayed than in this gripping new novel. Moving from the exotic shores of the Mediterranean to the post-World War II years in Londong, here is a compelling portrayal of one woman's fight against a terrifying destiny.

$1.99

The Final Judgment
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The Final Judgment

By Patterson, Richard North

New York: Knopf, 1995-11-15. Book Club. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 437 pages; light edge wear; At a heady moment of triumph in her legal career, Caroline Masters is summoned home to defend her niece who has been charged with the murder of her lover. Caroline soon finds herself engulfed by her own past and struggling to maintain the "withdrawal of feeling" that has been the cornerstone of her professional success. An electrifying new novel by the author of Degree of Guilt and Eyes of a Child.

$1.99

The Anastasia Syndrome and Other Stories
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The Anastasia Syndrome and Other Stories

By Clark, Mary Higgins

New York: Pocket Books, 1991-03-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 308 pages; spine crease, edge wear; Collection including the novella of the title and four short stories dealing with such subjects as obsessive love and psychic contact with the dead.

$1.74

A Stranger is Watching

By Clark, Mary Higgins

New York: Simon & Schuster, 1978-02-15. Book Club. Hardcover. Good/Good. 256 pages; spine slightly cocked, corners bumped, some edge wear and edge tears to jacket; Two years ago, magazine editor Steve Peterson lost his wife Nina to a vicious killer. Now he's trying to rebuild his life; providing for his troubled son, Neil, and allowing romance to blossom with journalist Sharon Martin. In two days time, Ronald Thompson is to be put to death for the murder and Sharon believes she may be able to help the family move on. But there's a problem - they're executing the wrong man ...For the real murderer is still at large. A cunning psychopath who has been patient, very patient - but who can be patient no more. And as he sits, and waits, and watches, a terrible plan is forming ..

$1.99

On Fire
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On Fire

By Neggers, Carla

New York: Mira, 2003-11-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 376 pages; spine canted a bit, some edge wear, spine creasing; When the owner of a sunken research ship is suspected of murdering his captain, his granddaughter asks one of his friends, an FBI special agent, to help clear his name. Riley and Straker are total opposites, but they share a determination to find the truth--and a passion they're finding harder to ignore.

$1.00

Bloodline

By Sheldon, Sidney

New York: William Morrow & Co, 1977. Hardcover. Good. 320 pp. edge wear to boards, corners bumped; From master storyteller Sidney Sheldon comes a dazzling tale rich in love, suspense, and high financial intrigue on three continents. The only child of one of the world's richest men, Elizabeth Rolfe has it all - beauty, intelligence, innocence, and youth. But when her father dies, Elizabeth quickly discovers that she has inherited more than his vast pharmaceutical company with offices and factories all over the world. Her legacy also includes an unspeakable terror that threatens to destroy the business. As she struggles to save the company that took her family four generations to build, Elizabeth realizes that she has become an unknown assassin's next target.

$1.99

The Fun House
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The Fun House

By Reid, Philip

New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1973. Book Club. Hardcover. Good/Good. 160 pages; ex-library with usual markings, some edge wear to jacket and boards, damage to pastedowns, spine slightly cocked;

$1.99

Dark Lady
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Dark Lady

By Patterson, Richard North

New York: Ballantine Books, 2000-08. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 448 pages; spine creasing, light edge wear; The setting is Steelton, a struggling Midwestern town trying to save its decaying inner city by building a major league baseball stadium. Dark Lady introduces Assistant County Prosecutor Stella Marz, who has escaped her alcoholic father and working class background to become head of the Prosecutor's homicide unit. Her ambition is to become County Prosecutor. But this ambition, indeed her very survival, is threatened when her ex-lover Jack Kovak, a drug lawyer, is murdered, and Stella leads the investigation. There are more deaths and revelations about Jack Kovak's dealings with the city's crime lord, and a trail of wrong-doing, that implicates officers in law enforcement, possibly within her own office. As her inquiry draws her into a re-examination of her own complex past, her certainty that she is being watched and followed, leads her to fear for her own future.

$1.00

Station Wagon in Spain

By Keyes, Frances Parkinson

New York: Fawcett Crest, 1959. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. 255 pages; edge wear, spine creasing, corner of front cover taped;

$1.99