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Some of Our Favorite Felonies

These are some of our favorites among the titles we publish; we love them, and we hope you will too! Happy reading!

A Clubbable Woman, by Reginald Hill

A Clubbable Woman, by Reginald Hill

No. 1 in the peerless series featuring Dalziel and Pascoe, the mismatched Yorkshire cops; see where it all began

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The Faces of Angels, by Lucretia Grindle

The Faces of Angels, by Lucretia Grindle

Edgar nominee; “A claustrophobic, atmospheric novel” set in Florence, said London’s Literary Review, “which vividly evokes a city full of ghosts and painted angels”

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Missing, by Karin Alvtegen

Missing, by Karin Alvtegen

If you loved The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, buckle up for a ride with Sweden’s “Queen of Crime” —an Edgar nominee and reminiscent, said one review, “of Ruth Rendell at her very best”

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Death-in-the-Garden

Death in the Garden, by Elizabeth Ironside

“A superb mystery…reminiscent of one of Dorothy L. Sayers’
masterpieces” —Washington Post

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A Man Lay Dead, by Ngaio Marsh

A Man Lay Dead, by Ngaio Marsh

“First published in 1934; No. 1 in the “Inspector Alleyn” series by a writer known as the Empress of the Golden Age Mystery

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The Herring-Seller's Apprentice, by L.C. Tyler

The Herring-Seller’s Apprentice, by L.C. Tyler

Edgar nominee and a “deviously plotted black comedy of a novel” —Publishing News

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The Killings at Badger's Drift, by Caroline Graham

The Killings at Badger’s Drift, by Caroline Graham

We adore “Midsomer Murders” and here, in this little English village, is where it all started; England’s Crime Writers Association named Badger’s Drift one of the 100 Top Crime Novels of All Time

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A Dark Dividing, by Sarah Rayne

A Dark Dividing, by Sarah Rayne

“As sinister, dark, and twisted as they come… totally hypnotic” —The Bookseller

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The Crime at Black Dudley, by Margery Allingham

The Crime at Black Dudley, by Margery Allingham

“In Margery Allingham’s hands, the detective novel is transformed into an art” –Sunday Telegraph; No. 1 in her glorious series featuring that interesting young man, Albert Campion

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Blotto, Twinks and the Ex-King's Daughter, by Simon Brett

Blotto, Twinks and the Ex-King’s Daughter, by Simon Brett

This first in a zany series set between the wars among the English aristocracy is “a complete wow,” said Booklist, “absolutely bullet-riddled with wit…Brett’s best yet, and that’s saying something”

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The House Without a Door, by Elizabeth Daly

The House Without a Door, by Elizabeth Daly

Agatha Christie’s favorite mystery writer; a gorgeous evocation of New York at its most glamorous

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The Spy's Wife, by Reginald Hill

The Spy’s Wife, by Reginald Hill

You thought Hill only wrote cop stories? Try this “terrific, suspenseful tale with an extraordinary heroine” —Cleveland Plain Dealer

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