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Fog Over Finny's Nose (Heartsong Presents Mysteries #23)
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Fog Over Finny's Nose (Heartsong Presents Mysteries #23)

By Mentink, Dana

Uhrichsville: Barbour Publishing, Inc, 2008-08-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; The worm business is thriving for vermiculturist Ruth Budge. . .until a disembodied toe turns up on the golf course, and members of a strange cult begin to infiltrate the quiet seaside town of Finny, California. Life is already crazy for forty-seven year old Ruth, juggling the needs of her worm farm, her new spouse, and a platoon of crippled seabirds bequeathed to her by her dead husband. Then there's the insanity swirling around the first-ever Finny Fog Festival and the discovery of a bizarre diary from one of the town's seediest ancestors.Things go from misty to murderous as a man plummets to his death from an exploding hot air balloon. Is the craziness a byproduct of the festival or a decades old curse unearthed in the antique diary? Ruth had better find out fast or her worms won't be the only things six feet under.

$1.99

The Family Stalker
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The Family Stalker

By Katz, Jon

New York: Crimeline, 1995-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; ex-library with usual markings; The "Suburban Detective" returns in a startling new mystery. When Marianne Dow claims someone is trying to destroy her family, Kit Deleeuw is convinced that her new client is simply suffering from life's stresses--until Marianne disappears and her husband is found bludgeoned to death in the bathtub.

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A Prayer for the Dying
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A Prayer for the Dying

By Higgins, Jack

New York: Signet, 1985-09-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. cover and spine creases, edge wear; The classic bestseller from the master of the game. No one becomes a contract killer and expects to hang around to collect a pension. Sooner or later, even the best in their field make mistakes. Even Martin Fallon, the most ruthless hitman of them all. Fallon was the best you could get with a gun in his hand, but his first mistake was to cross powerful crime boss Jack Meehan, and his last, to seek redemption for his soul...

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Degree of Guilt
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Degree of Guilt

By Patterson, Richard North

New York: Ballantine Books, 1993-12-04. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; A huge, stunning courtroom thriller--one of the most dramatic, psychologically compelling, and suspenseful in years. It is a murder trial rife with sensation and scandal: the victim--a world-famous novelist; the defendant--one of the most powerful women in TV journalism; the defense attorney--a focus of national attention 15 years before when he initiated an investigation that brought down a president.

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Cappuccino At the Crypt
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Cappuccino At the Crypt

By Heusler, Marianna

New York: Worldwide Library, 2012-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; A trip to Sicily with a group of teenage girls from St. Hilda's school involves more than chaperoning duties for headmaster Father Felix. He's come to Palermo to right a wrong done by a thief. Since the crime was revealed during confession, Father Felix is bound by his vows. But that doesn't mean he can't return the stolen coin. Unfortunately, the valuable artifact is hidden in the infamous crypts in Palermo—under the body of a dead priest!Along for the trip are intrepid teachers Amelia Johnston and Julia Hopwood, who happily put their detective gears in full grind. A troubled student, missing drugs, a murdered woman and a headmaster oddly interested in preserved corpses put the duo in the middle of a dangerous mystery. And it looks as if only one of them will be going home alive.…

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False Impressions
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False Impressions

By Berne, Karin

New York: Popular Library, 1986-11-01. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear;

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Last Walk Home
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Last Walk Home

By Page, Emma

New York: Walker & Co, 1985-05-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. light edge wear, surface tear in front cover from sticker removal; A Kelsey and Lambert novel. A Longmead schoolteacher is found strangled with her own silk scarf and several of the village's men become suspects, as Chief Inspector Kelsey investigates.

$3.99

My Foe Outstretch'd Beneath the Tree
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My Foe Outstretch'd Beneath the Tree

By Clinton-Baddeley, V. C

London: Arrow UK, 1974-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. edge wear;

$1.99

The Man from Barbarossa (James Bond)
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The Man from Barbarossa (James Bond)

By Gardner, John

New York: Berkley, 1992-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Russian terrorists kidnap a man suspected of Nazi war crimes--and get the wrong man. The rebels threaten to kill their captive unless ten million dollars and the real war criminal are delivered to them within 72 hours. Only the KGB's newest secret weapon could possibly stop their plan--Comrade James Bond.

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Snark
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Snark

By Deandrea, William L

New York: Popular Library, 1987-02-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Clifford Driscoll, a.k.a. Bellman, the unwilling tool of the agency, seeks the missing Sir Lewis Alfot, former director of British intelligence, while trying to avoid death at the hands of American terrorist Leo Calvin

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Death in the Round
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Death in the Round

By Morice, Anne

Middlesex: Penguin Books, 1981-12-17. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; One of Morice's best, this is the story of a small, provincial theater company thrown into disarray by the death of its elderly patron. The plot is clever and surprising, the characters and their seedy secrets are well presented, and the story moves along briskly, with touches of suspense and wit. - The Mystery Lover's Companion, Art Bourgeau

$1.99

Undercurrent: An Environmental Mystery
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Undercurrent: An Environmental Mystery

By Metikosh, Anne

Edmonton: Newest Press, 2005-01-20. Mass Market Paperback. Good. edge wear; Conservation Officer Charlie Meikle’s peaceful life in the wilderness of northern Ontario is shattered when she finds the body of an old friend face down in the lake. Jim Griffith’s death is ruled accidental, but to Charlie things don’t add up. A bizarre discovery in the old fisherman’s cabin leads Charlie to suspect he was murdered, but why? A desperate hunt for answers turns into a life and death struggle when Charlie stumbles across an illegal toxic waste dump that has the potential to destroy the lake and the town around it—and that has the financial backing of people influential and determined enough to destroy her.

$1.99

Judas Child
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Judas Child

By O'Connell, Carol

New York: Jove, 1999-08-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear, corner of cover torn; Several days before Christmas, two 10-year-old girls suddenly disappear from a close-knit small town. Enter forensic psychologist Ali Cray, whose own painful past makes her more determined than ever to ensure justice for this case.

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Birthright
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Birthright

By Amiel, Joseph

New York: Fawcett, 1986-04-12. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Deborah de Kronengold was raised in Europe, in the fairy tale, fabulously wealthy world of the most powerful banking family of all time. Her sharp intelligence inspired her grandfather - much against her father's wishes - to groom her as the next head of his financial empire. — But Deborah's dreams were shattered when her grandfather and mother died. For then she learned how her father's schemes had robbed her of the money and power she had been told were hers.So Deborah de Kronengold - now penniless and desperate, alone and angry - went to New York with one goal in mind: to amass the money, the power and the sheer nerve to destroy her father.

$1.49

The Rage of Innocence
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The Rage of Innocence

By Pease, William D

New York: Signet, 1994-05-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; When a stunning socialite is found slain in her magnificent Washington, D.C., area home, her corporate power broker husband is the leading suspect. Only a beautiful, dedicated police detective is willing to place her career and her life on the line to prove him innocent.

$1.00

Death Swap
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Death Swap

By Babson, Marion

New York: Walker and Company, 1987. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear; The Harper family look forward to their holiday in Rosemary Blake's house in England, but their enjoyment is short-lived when three attempts are made on Arthur Harper's life. Who is trying to murder him and what is the macabre connection that exists between the Harpers and the Blakes?

$2.99

Accidentally Yours (Love & Laughter #20)
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Accidentally Yours (Love & Laughter #20)

By Kirkwood, Valerie

New York: Harlequin, 1997-04-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Accidents and Catastrophes Follow Sonny Chapin…So falling off a mountain, straight into the arms of the man of her dreams, wasn't all that unusual. Knowing her luck, however, she feared it was too good to be true. It was.Because Trace Whittington was gorgeous and funny and sexy and just as much in love with her. Wrong. He was her enemy! His family had destroyed her father's business. But now to save everyone's neck, she had to work with him. And the old saying about loving your enemy suddenly took on a whole new meaning….

$1.99

A Place Called Rambulara (Harlequin Romance #2658)
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A Place Called Rambulara (Harlequin Romance #2658)

By Way, Margaret

New York: Harlequin, 1984-10-01. Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear;

$1.49

Love Letters (Silhouette Desire #207)
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Love Letters (Silhouette Desire #207)

By Camp, Elaine

New York: Silhouette Books, 1985-04-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; DEAR MAUDIE, What should I do about my philandering husband? My daughter's flirty boyfriend? My boring love life?Emmy Bakersfield, aka "Maudie," dealt with such questions every day. Her most intriguing correspondent wanted to know how to woo the woman he'd loved since college, even though she thought of him only as a friend. Emmy tried to help. "Send roses," she said--but she had her own problems. The publicity for her first book was being handled by her old college buddy Whit Hayes, but she felt differently about Whit now. If only he'd stop deluging her with roses!

$1.99

A Beauty Uncovered (Harlequin Desire #2259)
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A Beauty Uncovered (Harlequin Desire #2259)

By Laurence, Andrea

New York: Harlequin Desire, 2013-10-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; A beastly boss is tamed in this Secrets of Eden book from Andrea Laurence... CEO Brody Eden is a loner. The brooding billionaire has secrets that he refuses to unveil to anyone...until he meets his new assistant, Samantha Davis. She's temptation personified, and she's sitting right outside his door.Samantha's never met a man as guarded--and gorgeous--as Brody. She doesn't want to fall for her boss, but there's something about Brody.... Beneath his gruff manner, Sam senses tenderness--and an intense passion waiting to be unleashed. And she'll make it her mission to enter his lair...and his bed.

$1.00

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