Give books away. Get books you want.
Margaret Maron

Margaret Maron

·3.94·73,030 Ratings
“ Before you speak, let your words pass through three gates: Is it true? Is it necessary? Is it kind? ” ― Rumi
Authors' Books
  • Southern Discomfort (Deborah Knott Mysteries, #2)

    1994·
    ·3.98·2,666 Ratings
    Deborah Knott may have lost the district election, but a bigoted judge's sudden death - and some old-fashioned political horse trading - have won her a governor's appointment. True to Southern form, her swearing-in is followed by a raucous reception that
  • Killer Market (Deborah Knott Mysteries #5)

    1997·
    ·3.94·1,713 Ratings
    A chilling misadventure begins when Deborah, hunting high and lowboy for lodging, is befriended by an eccentric old lady calling herself Mrs. Jernigan. Deborah follows the chiffon-clad Good Samaritan through rooms of French provincial and high-tech modern
  • One Coffee With (Sigrid Harald, #1)

    2005·
    ·3.69·897 Ratings
    A new series featuring NYPD homicide detective Sigrid Harald There was more than coffee in Professor Quinn's morning coffee. Someone in the art department office had slipped in a spoonful of poison. Among the suspects are a young secretary, an enraged Hun
  • Bootlegger's Daughter (Deborah Knott Mysteries, #1)

    2000·
    ·3.99·5,475 Ratings
    This first novel in Maron's Imperfect series, which won the Edgar Award for best mystery novel in 1993, introduces heroine Deborah Knott, an attorney and the daughter of an infamous North Carolina bootlegger. Known for her knowledge of the region's past a
  • Corpus Christmas (Sigrid Harald, #6)

    2006·
    ·3.86·486 Ratings
    A relic of Manhattan's Gilded Age, the Erich Bruel House on Gramercy Park contained three floors of glorious art--and one Christmas corpse. Now it's up to Lieutenant Sigrid Harald to wrap up this homicide before the killer strikes again in this classic my
  • Up Jumps the Devil (Deborah Knott Mystery, #4)

    1996·
    ·4.03·2,262 Ratings
    In the fourth entry in the acclaimed series, Judge Deborah Knott's table is set with a double helping of Southern-style homicide. As Thanksgiving Day approaches, Judge Knott looks forward to spending some quality time with her lover and family. But the sl
  • Home Fires (Deborah Knott Mysteries, #6)

    1998·
    ·4.04·1,963 Ratings
    At a stop along her campaign trail, Judge Deborah Knott attends a community picnic at the Mr. Olive Church. When the historic building is destroyed by a fire shortly after the outing -- and the charred skeleton of a young man is found among the ashes -- K
  • Bloody Kin

    1995·
    ·4.08·603 Ratings
    When Jake Honeycutt died in a hunting accident, his wife, Kate, hoped that moving to his family farm in Colleton County, North Carolina would help heal her grief and provide a home for their unborn child. In this close-knit Southern community, Kate will d
  • Last Lessons of Summer

    2004·
    ·3.77·897 Ratings
    In this dark and suspenseful departure from her critically acclaimed Judge Deborah Knott series, award-winning author Maron follows a young publisher's search for answers to old murders, which leads her to the darkest secrets of her family's past.
  • The Right Jack (Sigrid Harald, #4)

    1990·
    ·3.97·365 Ratings
    NYPD Homicide Detective Sigrid Harald's partner, Detective Tildon, should have been safe at his cribbage tournament in a posh Manhattan hotel but a bomb blast leaves him in intensive care. Sigrid is sent to investigate who the real target was.
Similar Free eBooks
Load more similar PDF files