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Night Shift

by: Stephen King

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EDITORIAL REVIEW: From the depths of darkness, where hideous rats defend their empire, to dizzying heights, where a beautiful girl hangs by a hair above a hellish fate, this chilling collection of twe
Burned

by: Ellen Hopkins

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Raised in a stern, abusive Mormon household, a teenage girl starts to question her religion and struggles to find her destiny. Her father is abusive, her mother is submissive, and her church looks the
The Rules

by: Kerry Barnes

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The second instalment of Kerry Barnes' explosive new series! Do you live by the rules, or die by them? Holed up in prison, Mike Regan is offered a deal – his freedom in exchange for his firm takin
Sugar Skull

by: Denise Hamilton

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From the Edgar, Anthony, Macavity, and Willa-nominated author Denise Hamilton comes SUGAR SKULL Acclaimed by award committees and critics for her groundbreaking The Jasmine Trade, Denise Hamilton ret
Jasmine Trade

by: Denise Hamilton

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Everything was set. Seventeen-year-old Marina Lu had even ordered custom-made gowns for the ten bridesmaids who, in several months' time, would have preceded her down the aisle at her storybook weddin
Where the Dead Lay

by: David Levien

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Indianapolis PI Frank Behr juggles two cases in Levien's disjointed follow-up to City of the Sun. When Behr's Brazilian jujitsu instructor is shot to death execution-style at the Brazilian's martial
City of the Sun

by: David Levien

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 Screenwriter Levien's debut crackles with raw intensity as it hurtles from a placid Indianapolis suburb to a dingy Mexican outpost. Paul and Carol Gabriel are devastated when their 12-year-old son,
Knife Music

by: David Carnoy

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Kristen Kroiter was sixteen, a high-school sophomore injured in a car accident. Dr. Ted Cogan saved her life when he treated her in the ER six months ago -- but now the police are questioning Cogan ab
The Maltese Falcon

by: Dashiell Hammett

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A treasure worth killing for. Sam Spade, a slightly shopworn private eye with his own solitary code of ethics. A perfumed grafter named Joel Cairo, a fat man name Gutman, and Brigid O'Shaughnessy, a b
Black notice

by: Patricia Cornwell

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It's like a splash of cold water on a hot day to be plunged, after the irritating third-person satire of Cornwell's last novel, Southern Cross (1998), back into the bracing narration of medical examin