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Jacket Man

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eBook, 4/19/16, $1.99

From the New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of Far From True, a short story where the grifter is not who he seems. Sam seems like an ordinary guy. While he is filling up his car with gas in Stamford, Connecticut, a car whips into the station lot, stops alongside, and asks him […]

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Meet and Greet

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eBook, 4/19/16, $1.99

From the internationally #1 bestselling novelist comes a tale of small time criminals on a new grift that might cost them everything. Peppard and Jarman have a new grift that seems simple enough: Go to the airport. Imitate a hired driver by copying a name that they see in the crowd. Collect the passenger before […]

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Where the Evidence Lies

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eBook, 4/19/16, $1.99

From the New York Times best-selling author of the Lincoln Rhyme series, a short story about Lincoln Rhyme solving a mysterious plane crash with no forensic evidence. A small jet with only one pilot onboard crashes into the Atlantic Ocean. Local authorities are unsure whether the cause of the crash is a bomb or a […]

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Start-Up

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eBook, 4/19/16, $1.99

A young man struggles to find his identity in this short story by the bestselling author of The Tourist. Olen Steinhauer’s crafty story begins as an affectionate recounting by Tom, a down-on-his-luck graduate caring for his sick mother and reconnecting with his awkward friend, Jerry McLaughlin. Jerry lives in a relative’s basement in Chicago, and […]

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The Voiceless

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eBook, 4/19/16, $1.99

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Theory of Death comes a short story set in an imaged future where computers speak for humans. This tale begins, “It was a time when the world, though filled with sound, was quiet.” Technology has replaced the need to speak with texting, but when a virus […]

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The Assassin Trilogy: The Silver Bear, Columbus and Dark Men

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E-book, 06/12/2012, $2.99

“A devastatingly cool series.”–Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review He calls himself Columbus. His real name never meant much to him anyway. He never knew his father, an earnest young congressman and rising star in the Democratic Party named Abe Mann, or his mother, a prostitute whose involvement with Mann would prove dangerous. All […]

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A Christmas Killing

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eBook, 11/10/15, $1.99

Meet Detective Kevin Byrne, rising star of the Philadelphia police force. Christmas Eve, 1988: Partnered with streetwise veteran Frankie Sheehan, Byrne is called to investigate the brutal assault of a young woman in a crime-ridden neighborhood, The Devil’s Pocket. There, with the rest of the city hunkered down in their holiday celebrations, relentless rookie Byrne […]

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The Night Ferry

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eBook, 7/14/15, $9.99

“Vibrant and utterly contemporary . . . An altogether superior thriller.” —Los Angeles Times Struggling detective Alisha Barba is trying to get her life back on track after almost being crippled by a murder suspect. Now on her feet again she receives a desperate plea from an old school friend, who is eight months pregnant […]

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Trouble in Paradise

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E-book, 05/07/13

In this digital-only short story, DA Rachel Knight and her besties take a Caribbean vacation and end up solving a crime. With her besties Bailey and Toni in tow, Rachel leaves work and rainy LA behind and sets off for a much needed vacation in Aruba. Greeted by glittering sand and a balmy breeze, the […]

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If I’m Dead: A Rachel Knight Story

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Ebook, 04/03/2012

It started with a haunting image: a Ford Explorer, iridiscent in the moonlight and alone on a desolate stretch of beach. Its owner, Melissa Gibbons, has gone missing. Her husband says she flew the coop. But Los Angeles Deputy DA Rachel Knight is convinced otherwise: Melissa Gibbons has been murdered. So begins the confounding case […]

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The Opium-Eater

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eBook, 2/17/15, $1.99

From bestselling thriller author David Morrell comes a brooding Thomas De Quincey tale about the coldest of deaths and their heartbreaking aftermath. Thomas De Quincey—the central character of Morrell’s acclaimed Victorian mysteries, Murder as a Fine Art and Inspector of the Dead—was one of the most notorious and brilliant literary personalities of the 1800s. His […]

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Bombproof

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E-book, 10/1/2013, $2.99

A kinetic standalone from “first class storyteller” Michael Robotham (San Francisco Chronicle). Sami Macbeth is not a master criminal. He’s not even a minor one. He’s not a jewel thief. He’s not a safe-cracker. He’s not an expert in explosives. Sami plays guitar and wants to be a rock god but keeps getting side-tracked by […]

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A Morning for Flamingos

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E-book, 12/15/2011

“Truly astonishing.”–Washington Post Book World Clutching the shards, of his shattered life, Cajun detective Dave Robicheaux has rejoined the New lberia police force. His partner is dead–slain during a condemned prisoner’s bloody flight to freedom that left Robicheaux critically wounded and reawakened the ghost of his haunted, violent past. Following the trail of the escaped […]

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Black Cherry Blues

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E-book, 12/15/2011

“Enthralling.”–Washington Post Book World Dave Robicheaux was once a Louisiana homicide cop.  Now he’s trying to start a new life, opening up a fishing business and caring for his adopted girl, Alafair. Compared to Louisiana, Robicheaux thought Montana would be safe–until two Native American activists suddenly go missing.  When Robicheaux begins investigating, he is led […]

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