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Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge is assigned one of the most baffling investigations of his career—a cold murder case with an unidentified victim and a cold trail with few clues to follow.
Neroche is under assault and nightmarish creatures roaming the Nine Kingdoms in a war of evil. Miach of Neroche is torn between his responsibilities and the hunted woman he loves.
The Throne of Caesar revolves around the most famous murder in history. It’s Rome, 44 AD, and the Ides of March are approaching.
Georgie and Darcy are finally on their honeymoon in Kenya’s Happy Valley, but murder crashes the party.
Psychological detective Maisie Dobbs investigates the mysterious murder of an American war correspondent in London during the Blitz in a page-turning tale of love and war, terror and survival.