Death On the Pont Noir. October The Murder of Harriet Krohn. I Can See in the Dark. Death On the Rive Nord. The Silence of the Sea. Yrsa Sigurdardottir.
Erasing Memory. Raw Bone. The Undesired. The Corpse with the Silver Tongue. Cathy Ace. A Conspiracy of Faith. Midnight Sun. Jo Nesbo. Sail of Stone. The Last Lullaby. Carin Gerhardsen. An Event in Autumn. Henning Mankell.
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Night Rounds. The Viper. Hakan Ostlundh. Stone Coffin. Who Watcheth. Snow Kills. Blood on Snow. The Scream of the Butterfly. Jakob Melander. The Alphabet House. Cinderella Girl. Without a Trace. Liza Marklund. The Ice Queen. Nele Neuhaus. Someone to Watch Over Me.
- Reward Yourself.
- Design with Constructal Theory.
- See a Problem?!
- Foucault and the History of our Present.
- Measuring and managing information risk : a FAIR approach.
- ARNALDUR INDRIĐASON.
- Between Two Fires: Transnationalism and Cold War Poetry.
Protected by the Shadows. Even Dogs in the Wild. Ian Rankin. The Son.
Ragnar Jonasson. The Sandman. Lars Kepler. The Gingerbread House. The Lion's Mouth. Anne Holt. The Hand That Trembles. Colleen Cross. By Christopher Rice. By Jonco Bugos. By Clive Bennett. By Kevin Dickson. By Matthew Rettenmund. By Bruce Alexander.
- Detective Erlendur books in order:.
- Contextualizing Inclusive Education: Evaluating Old and New International Perspectives;
- The Vietnam lobby: the American Friends of Vietnam, 1955-1975;
- The Everything Golf Instruction Book: From Teeing Off to Sinking the Putt, All You Need to Play the Game.
By Damian Santiago. By Amy Bloom.
Arnaldur Indridason's Detective Erlendur books in order - Dead Good
By Robert Wilson. By Jon Sharpe. By Nadeem Aslam. By Karen Backstein.
the crime fiction collection (so far)
By Shannon Mayer. By Marie Sexton. By Arabella Sheen. By Shawna McCallister. By Lisa Campbell. By Scott Rabb. By Jose Saramago. By Henry Green. By Robin Cook. By Jane Kamensky. By Keith Diamond. By Erica Kennedy. By Mister Mann Frisby. By Brandon Halsey. By Lynsay Sands. By Nathaniel Hawthorne.
The young Erlendur cases
Home Books Fiction. Items Per Page: 15 30 60 Year Newest Pub. Items - of Check box to include out-of-stock items. View: Grid List. A source of controversy upon its publication, this novel was the first to openly address color prejudice among black Americans. The author, an active member of the Harlem Renaissance, offers insightful reflections of the era's mood and spirit in an enduringly relevant examination of racial, sexual, and cultural identity. Nearing the end of his long and impressive career, High Constable Jacob Hays, New York City's first detective, is ready to take it easy and sail through the last days of his job.
But then, three high-profile murders in the sweltering summer of put Hays back on top of his game. Mary Rogers, a popular counter girl, is found brutally ravaged near the Hudson River.
John Colt, namesake of the firearm, beats his publisher Samuel Adams to death. And young Irish gang leader Tommy Coleman is accused of killing his wife, daughter, and others. It will take several years and hidden clues in the work of Edgar Allan Poe to help Hays solve this trio of puzzling cases. Jessica, a model, becomes bitter toward her uncle, Maurice James Kingsley, an elderly writer who used her letters and conversation to create a novel about the modeling business.
Reluctantly agreeing to lead a group of settlers through the Rockies to Oregon, mountain man Joe Fox gets more than he bargains for when ruthless outlaw Max Starbeau attacks the group, murdering some and kidnapping a beautiful young woman whom Joe must rescue. Condemned to death for their crimes, Reiner and companions are given a reprieve if they will carry out the Empire's most desperate and suicidal missions against dark elves, rogue army commanders, chaos cultists, ratmen, and other enemies of the Empire, in an omnibus volume containing the first three Blackhearts novels.
When a grisly murder occurs on a Scottish island, Edinburgh detective Fin Macleod must confront his past if he is ever going to discover if the killing has a connection to another one that took place on the mainland.