Hercule Poirot sets out to solve one case for each of the 12 labors performed by his namesake of Greek mythology.
Living inside a library sounds like a dream. But the social tumult of the early 1900s can’t be kept outside the walls forever. What really happened to the Lyons family all those years ago?
Miss Silver has her hands full when she is hired by a deaf woman who learns via lip-reading about two men planning a robbery and murder.
A dying billionaire wants Harry Bosch to find his long-lost heir — who may not even exist. Meanwhile, Bosch is on the trail of a serial rapist, a case whose solution might hit a little too close to home.
Ruth Galloway is back in Norfolk, and it doesn’t take the archaeology professor long to pick up the threads of her old life, including getting swept up in a murder investigation.
Nina Hill loves her single life. She has no time for a boyfriend in her carefully scheduled days, no matter what her friends (and his) think. Or does she?
A pandemic where the infected people are unresponsive sleepwalkers marching to an unknown destination turns out to be even more scary than the one we’re living through.
A mathematician “proves” that all mystery stories fall into just seven types. But before a publisher can print his work, she must figure out what he’s hiding.
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Return with me to a more innocent time, when the only bloodsuckers you had to worry about were actual vampires.