A fantastic, never-before-published Tom Thorne novel by England's crime king.
It's been twenty-five years since Tom Thorne last went to work wearing the "Queen's cloth" but now, having stepped out of line once too... more
In his international blockbusters The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons, and The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown masterfully fused history, art, codes, and symbols. In this riveting new thriller, Brown returns to his element and... more
It's Christmas morning on the edge of the rugged Mortimer Ranges. Sarah Barnard saddles Tansy, her black mare. She is heading for the bush, escaping the reality of her broken marriage and her bankrupted trail-riding... more
The dazzling new novel in the #1 "New York Times"-bestselling series from the grand master of adventure. It is called zero point energy, and it really exists--a state of energy contained in all matter everywhere,... more
In 2011, D.J. McIntosh took the book world by storm with her debut novel, The Witch of Babylon. Praised for its “stellar research” and “superb writing”, it introduced readers to John Madison, a rakish New York... more
43 years after the Ratcliffe Highway murders brought London to a panic in 1811, Thomas De Quincey, the infamous author of Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, wrote a notorious essay about the murders. That much is... more
One freezing night in Oslo Christmas shoppers gather to listen to a Salvation Army street concert. An explosion cuts through the music, and a man in uniform falls to the ground, shot in the head at point-blank range.... more
Winnie Maas died because she changed her mind ...A community is left reeling after a teacher -- Arnold Maager -- is convicted of murdering his female pupil Winnie Maas. It seems the girl had been pregnant with Maager's... more
For thirty-six years, James Patterson has written unputdownable, pulse-racing novels. Now, he has written a book that surpasses all of them. "Zoo" is the thriller he was born to write. All over the world, brutal attacks... more
A counter-terror operation, codenamed Wildlife, is being mounted in Britain's most precious colony. Its purpose: to capture and abduct a high-value jihadist arms-buyer. Its authors: an ambitious... more
From David Baldacci—#1 bestselling author and one of the world's most popular, widely read storytellers—comes the most thrilling novel of the year. THE HIT Will Robie is a master of killing. A highly skilled... more
On 11 July 1982, Elisa Sordi was beautiful. Commissario Michele Balistreri was fearless. Italy was victorious.
A killer was waiting...
On 9 July 2006, with Sordi's case twenty-four years cold, and Balistreri... more
Not everyone who's missing is lost When two teenage girls go missing along the Irish border, forensic psychologist Paula Maguire has to return to the hometown she left years before. Swirling with rumour and secrets, the... more
Loyal, honest and, above all, principled. There is no finer detective in Victorian London than Thomas Pitt. It is 1896, and Thomas Pitt is in charge of Special Branch. He is beginning to understand the power he now... more
Stone Barrington finds intrigue abroad in the sensational new thriller by the "New York Times"-bestselling author. Stone Barrington is no stranger to schemes and deceptions of all stripes--as an attorney for the premier... more
1945. The vote in the House of Lords as to who should inherit the Barrington family fortune has ended in a tie. The Lord Chancellor's deciding vote will cast a long shadow on the lives of Harry Clifton and Giles... more
Critics called Force of Nature an“amazing” (Associated Press), “outstanding” (Minneapolis Star Tribune), “warp speed . . . showdown between good and evil” (The Denver Post). “This is the best Box I’ve... more
In Six Years, a masterpiece of modern suspense, Harlan Coben explores the depth and passion of lost love and the secrets and lies at its heart.
Six years have passed since Jake Sanders watched Natalie, the love of... more
From the author of the acclaimed New York Times bestseller Into the Darkest Corner comes another page-turning novel of "gripping suspense" (Wall Street Journal).
Genevieve has finally escaped the stressful demands... more
No. 1 international bestseller and Swedish crime sensation Camilla Lackberg's new psychological thriller - irresistible for fans of Stieg Larsson and Jo Nesbo. On a late summer's night, a young woman jumps in her car,... more
Hull, northern England. Two weeks before Christmas, an elderly man - the only survivor of a fishing trawler tragedy 40 years before - is found murdered at sea. In a church, a young girl - the last surviving member of a... more
In her hey-day, ex FBI agent, Brigid Quinn, not only worked serial killer cases but became their prize. Small and blond, from a distance she looked vulnerable and slight...the perfect bait to catch a killer. But as... more
It's finally time! Detective Lindsay Boxer is in labor—while two killers are on the loose.
Lindsay Boxer's beautiful baby is born! But after only a week at home with her new daughter, Lindsay is forced to return to... more
Sophie Brinkmann had no idea her former patient was an international crime lord. Hector Guzman had a Latin charm and easy smile she couldn't deny, so she agreed to a date...
Jens Vall is in Paraguay facilitating a... more
When Homicide Detective Jacob Striker discovers a torture chamber in a steel barn down by the river, he is propelled into an investigation that leads to two mysterious bombers. Howl and Ember are their names. And they... more
Here’s a paragraph you might find a little strange: “Micah had ridden three times, got thrown once. He found horses hard to read. Their thoughts might go back to the beginning of horse time, or they might be afraid of a candy...more
Loneliness can be divided into two types: transient and chronic. The first is more common than the second, meaning most people feel lonely sometimes and some people feel lonely most of the time. Transients aren’t interesting....more
At a party in 1960s Manhattan, a beautiful blonde named Constance meets a professor of poetry many years her senior. After a brief and not especially rigorous courtship, she agrees to become his wife. And, perhaps unsurprisingly,...more
How can you resist a book whose first chapter begins: “Have you ever peeked inside a friend’s trash can? I have.” Trash is like “one’s sex life,” the book continues, “the less said about it, the better.”
What does it mean to say “I’m sorry”? Increasingly, in this age of ceremonial, highly ritualized apology, it’s hard to distinguish between true remorse and savvy public relations. Jonathan Dee’s sixth novel, “A...more