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  • Resort to Murder

    ·3.47·110 Ratings
    Editors Carl Brookins, Ellen Hart and William Kent Krueger (known as the Minnesota Crime Wave) have solicited 13 riveting stories of murder, mystery and mayhem, in this follow-up to the best-selling short story anthology The Silence of the Loons.
  • Snatched (Bloodwater Mysteries, #1)

    ·3.43·264 Ratings
    Roni Delicata is the pushy crime reporter for the school newspaper The Bloodwater Pump. Brian Bain is a quiet science geek who has a tendency to blow things up. Ordinarily, they would have nothing to do with each other. But today isn’t an ordinary day:
  • The League of Delphi (The Delphi Trilogy #1)

    ·3.55·90 Ratings
    History’s darkest secrets hide in plain sight.  
One of the freshest new voices in the world of young adult suspense, Chris Everheart confirms that he’s here to stay with this fast-paced, ingeniously plotted, unputdownable thriller. A lone teen, a
  • The End of Baseball

    ·3.77·135 Ratings
    Hungry for a pennant, young Veeck jettisons the team's white players and secretly recruits the legendary stars of the Negro Leagues, fielding a club that will go down in baseball annals as one of the greatest ever to play the game.
  • Errands

    ·3.39·319 Ratings
    As bestselling author of the critically acclaimed masterpiece, Ordinary People, Judith Guest knows the subtle rhythms of family life. With a perceptive eye that captures the nuanced relationships of husbands and wives, parents and children, and the consta
  • The Tarnished Eye

    ·3.33·281 Ratings
    "The Tarnished Eye takes readers to the community of Blessed, in northern Michigan, where Sheriff Hugh DeWitt still grieves for his infant son, who died of SIDS a few years earlier. Obsessed with the past, he's endangering his future with his beloved wife
  • Knockout

    ·4.03·184 Ratings
    The work of John Jodzio has already made waves across the literary community. Some readers noticed his nimble blending of humor with painful truths reminded them of George Saunders. His creativity and fresh voice reminded others of Wells Tower's Everythin
  • If You Lived Here You'd Already Be Home

    ·3.98·124 Ratings
    A middle-aged masochist in love with a comatose man. A gay birthday clown lamenting the loss of his beloved dog. An amateur veterinarian keeping watch over his suicidal daughter. And a bikini model with a barnacle stuck to her butt cheek. These are just a
  • War of Streets and Houses

    ·3.53·162 Ratings
    2015 Doug Wright Spotlight Award NominationIgnatz Award Nomination for Outstanding Graphic NovelAn American artist witnesses the Quebec spring 2012 student strike on the streets of Montreal. The brutal police response and their violent tactics trigger an
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