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Boris Akunin! Boris Akunin (2008)
Special Assignments: The Further Adventures of Erast Fandorin. Random House Trade Paperbacks
Erast Fandorinh, a nineteenth-century sleuth in Russia, is hunting a swindler and a serial killer. The cast is populated by eccentric characters and superbly twists through the underworld of Czarist Russia. Well crafted literature - both entertaining and thrilling. More...
Frank Tallis! Frank Tallis (2007)
Death in Vienna: A Novel. Random House Trade Paperbacks
In 1902 Vienna was a cultural and scientific center of the World. Detective Oskar Rheinhardt and his friend Max Liebermann investigate a mysterious murder. Elegant fin-de-siècle portrait of the seat of the Austro-Hungarian empire and an intelligent story. Top-notch thriller with style! More...
Robert van Gulik! Robert van Gulik (2007)
The Chinese Maze Murders: A Judge Dee Mystery. (First published in 1957) University Of Chicago Press
Legal thriller from 7th century China. The plot is based on real crime-detecting judge Ti Jen-chieh (630-700 AD). Fairly accurate rendering of traditional Chinese court proceedings with a colorful portrait of social and cultural conditions ancient China. One of the best books in the Judge Dee Mystery series. More...
Dan Brown! Dan Brown (2006)
The Da Vinci Code. Anchor
International murder mystery with a collection of fascinating esoteria from 2,000 years of Western civilization. Brown suggests a catholic conspiracy, linking Mona Lisa's smile to the secret of the Holy Grail. While historians have complaints about the accuracy of Brown's facts, no one has any doubts that this is one of the most thrilling and briskly paced page-turners in years. More...
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Eric Ambler! Eric Ambler (2002)
Journey Into Fear. Vintage
Mr. Graham, a naval ordnance engineer for an English armament manufacturer is assisting Turkey during WWII to modernize their navy, when he finds himself the object of an assassination plot headed up by a German agent named Moeller. Graham, an ordinary fellow, outwitts the professional killers. More...
Marquise de Sade! Marquise de Sade (1996)
Crimes of Love. Peter Owen Publishers
Defiant, provocative and unconventional. De Sade's best collection of erotic crime. More...
Colin Watson! Colin Watson (1991)
The Naked Nuns. Mandarin
Inspector Purbright receives a strange cable - stating that "TWO NAKED NUNS AVAILABLE PHILADELPHIA". Featuring white slave traffic and international crime, this novel is one of Watson's best. His Inspector Purbright is the most intellectually dazzling detective in fiction and Watson's dry wit is unique among English crime fiction writers. More...
Clive Cussler! Clive Cussler (2008)
The Chase. Berkley
Set in 1906, the novel features the Butcher Bandit, who is emptying bank vaults and killing innocent people. Isaac Bell, wealthy lead agent of the top-notch Van Dorn Detective Agency, heads the manhunt - chasing him across the American West. A fast-paced historical action novel. More...

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