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February 24 2016

Time of Fog and Fire: New Excerpt

Rhys Bowen
Time of Fog and Fire by Rhys Bowen is the 16th book in the Molly Murphy Mystery series where Molly's husband Daniel takes a secret service job in San Francisco, and Molly fears he is imminent...
December 12 2015

The Man on the Washing Machine: New Excerpt

Susan Cox
The Man on the Washing Machine by Susan Cox is a debut crime novel about Theophania Bogart, a former Englishwoman who flees to San Francisco and gets caught up in a smuggling operation and a series...
January 6 2015

The Body Snatchers Affair: New Excerpt

Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini
The Body Snatchers Affair by Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini is the third historical mystery in the Carpenter and Quincannon series set in late-19th century San Francisco (available January 6, 2015). Two...
July 28 2014

City of Ghosts: A New Excerpt

Kelli Stanley
City of Ghosts by Kelli Stanley is the 3rd historical mystery featuring investigator Miranda Corbie as she travels the United States during the early days of WWII (available August 5, 2014). June,...
April 2 2014

Critical Damage: New Excerpt

Robert K. Lewis
An exclusive excerpt from Critical Damage by Robert K. Lewis, the second dark crime novel featuring former San Francisco cop and recovering junkie, P.I. Mark Mallen (available April 8, 2014). When...
April 1 2013

Untold Damage: New Excerpt

Robert K. Lewis
An excerpt of Untold Damage, the first novel in the series featuring former San Francisco undercover police officer Mark Mallen (available April 8, 2013). Estranged from his wife and daughter, former...
October 19 2011

The Barbary Dogs: New Excerpt

Cynthia Robinson
Opera singer extraordinaire Max Bravo is ready for some rest and relaxation. But when an old friend takes a leap off the Golden Gate Bridge, Max realizes that rest and relaxation simply aren’t in...