Murder on the Beach Bookstore Newsletter  
   November, 2016                                                                                     Volume 21, Number 11        
          
Events in November  
Winter Store Hours Start November 1 
Monday - Saturday 10-6 
Sunday 12 - 5
Closed Thanksgiving Day, November 24
Open Friday, November 25
 
Hank Phillippi Ryan Signs Say No More: 
Wednesday, November 2 at 7 PM
Hank Phillippi Ryan is the investigative reporter for NBC's Boston affiliate and has won thirty-three Emmys and thirteen Edward R. Murrow awards for journalism. Ryan has also won multiple awards for her bestselling crime fiction, including five Agatha Awards, and the Anthony, Daphne, Macavity, and Mary Higgins Clark Awards.
Say No More
When Boston reporter Jane Ryland reports a hit and run, she soon learns she saw more than a car crash--she witnessed the collapse of an alibi, and now she's under pressure to tell all to the police. She's also digging up the inside scoop for an expose of sexual assaults on Boston's college campuses for the station's new documentary unit, and is working with a victim to reveal her heartbreaking experience on camera. But, an anonymous message--SAY NO MORE--has Jane really and truly scared.
FOR 1st printing, Signed: 25.99

D J Niko Signs The Judgment,
Nina Romano Signs In America:
Saturday, November 5 at 5 PM
D.J. Niko is the pseudonym for Daphne Nikolopoulos, an award-winning journalist, author, editor, and lecturer.  As a former travel writer and zealous adventurer, she has visited remote spots on six continents, inspiring her archaeological thriller series, The Sarah Weston Chronicles, as well as her historical novel, The Judgment. She was born and raised in Athens, Greece, and now resides in Florida with her family.
The Judgment
965 BCE Upon the death of his father, Solomon has been appointed king of the united monarchy of Israel and Judah. He travels to Egypt to negotiate with Pharaoh Psusennes II. There he falls in love with the pharaoh's beautiful daughter, Nicaule, and the two kings agree to an arranged marriage. Against her will, for she loves another, Nicaule follows her new husband to Israel.
Forty years later, someone who once was loyal to King Solomon has come back to claim the crown of Israel-and tear Solomon's empire asunder. Signed: 14.99

Nina Romano earned an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Florida International University. She's a world traveler and lover of history. In America is the final book in the Wayfarer Trilogy from Turner Publishing following the 2016 Independent Publisher Book Award gold medal-winning The Secret Language of Women and Lemon Blossoms.
In America
In America follows the story of Marcella, the daughter of the characters at the center of Nina Romano's continent-spanning Wayfarer Trilogy, as she comes of age in Brooklyn, in the late 1920s. Marcella must balance new friendships, promising suitors, and life as a modern working girl with the expectations of her tradition-bound family. She unearths a devastating family secret that shakes her to her core and tests the boundaries of her love, loyalty, and faith.Signed: 17.95

Women's National Book Association, FL Chapter  Meeting Wednesday, November 9 at 6:30 PM
Speaker: Steven K. Brown, P.I. will discuss his book, 
5 Things Women Need to Know
About the Men They Date 5.99 
Meeting is free to members
$10.00 for nonmembers

James Grippando Signs The Penny Jumper:  
Thur sday, November 10 at 7 PM
 
James Grippando is the New York Times bestselling author of 26 novels of suspense, including the popular series featuring Miami criminal defense attorney Jack Swyteck. James is also the author of "Leapholes" for young adults. His novels are enjoyed worldwide in 28 languages.  He lives in south Florida with his wife, three children, two cats and a golden retriever named Max who has no idea he's a dog.
The Penny Jumper 
Things haven t come easy for brilliant young astrophysicist Ainsley Grace. Her mother, an equally talented astrophysicist, died when Ainsley was a child. A brainiac who started college at age sixteen and earned her Ph.D., Ainsley struggled to fit in. But the pieces of her life seem to fall together when Ainsley teams up with her mother's former colleague at MIT to finish Project Cosmic Company, which her mother had been working on when she died. Then the dream unravels.
Nightstand Press, 1st printing, signed:19.99 
 
 
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We Are on
Winter Store Hours
Mon - Sat 10 - 6
Sunday  12 - 5

Murder on the Beach
Is Closed
Thursday, November 24
Happy Thanksgiving!

We are open November 25

Events:

Wed, Nov 2 at 7 PM
Hank Phillippi Ryan signs
Say No More 25.99

Sat, Nov 5 at 5 PM
DJ Niko signs
The Judgment 14.99
&
Nina Romano signs
In America 17.95

Wed, Nov 9 at 6:30 PM
WNBA FL Chapter Meeting
P I Steven K Brown discusses his book
5 Things Women Need to Know About the Men
They Date 5.99
Meeting Free to Members
$10 nonmembers

Thu, Nov 10 at 7 PM
James Grippando signs
The Penny Jumper 19.99
 

Sunday Sleuths
Sun, Nov 20 at 3 PM
The Fixer,
By Joseph Finder 9.99

Tuesday Murder Club
Tue, Nov 22 at 6:30 PM
The Tenth Saint,
By DJ Niko 14.95


Coming Next Month:
Thu, Dec 1 at 7 PM
Andrew Gross

Fri, Dec 2 at 7 PM
Fred Lichtenberg

Thu, Dec 8 at 7 PM
Sophie Hannah
 
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Sunday  12 - 5

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Thursday, November 24
Happy Thanksgiving!

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Bestseller Lists
September, 2016 Bestsellers at Murder on the Beach 

Hardcovers
1. Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen, RH, 27.95
2. Karolina's Twins by Ronald Balson, MPS, 25.99
3. The Jealous Kind by James Lee Burke, SS, 27.99
4. Murder At Rough Point by Alyssa Maxwell, ZEB, 25.00
5. Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris, MPS, 25.99
6.  A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny, MPS, 28.99
7. The Shattered Tree by Charles Todd, HC, 25.99
8. Surrender, New York by Caleb Carr, RH, 30.00
9. A Time of Torment by John Connolly, SS, 26.99
10. Curious Minds by Janet Evanovich, RH, 28.00
                        
Mass Market/Trade
1. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins, BRK, 16.00
2. The Theory of Death by Faye Kellerman, HC, 9.99
3.The Last Mile by David Baldacci, HAC, 15.99
4. Little Black Dress by James Patterson, HAC, 4.99
5. The 14th Colony by Steve Berry, MPS, 15.99
6. The Fifth Gospel by Ian Caldwell, SS, 15.99
7. No Farm, No Foul by Peg Cochran, BRK, 7.99
8. Cancelled By Murder by Jean Flowers, BRK, 7.99
9. Paint the Town Dead by Nancy Haddock, BRK, 7.99
10. Candy Corn Murder by Leslie Meier, ZEB, 7.99
 

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Signed First Editions 
James Lee Burke
Jealous Kind
27.99
Lee Child
Night School
28.99
Harlan Coben
Home*
28.00
John Connolly
A Time of Torment
26.99
Michael Connelly
The Wrong Side of Goodbye
29.00
Janet Evanovich
Curious Minds
28.00
James Grippando
The Penny Jumper
19.99
Carl Hiaasen
Razor Girl
27.95
Alyssa Maxwell
Murder at Rough Point
25.00
Louise Penny
A Great Reckoning
28.99
Hank Phillippi Ryan
Say No More
25.99
Charles Todd
The Shattered Tree
25.99
Randy Wayne White
Seduced
27.00
Stuart Woods
Sex, Lies & Serious Money
28.00
                                                                *Signed Tip-In

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Book Reviews
Say No More
By Hank Phillippi Ryan
Reviewed By Stephanie Saxon Levine
Jane Ryland, Boston television reporter, witnesses a hit-and-run car crash which ruins an alibi. She has been working on an expose of sexual assaults on college campuses and has just convinced a date rape victim to give an interview on camera. Then, an anonymous warning, "Say no more," has her deeply concerned.
     Meanwhile, Jake Brogan hunts the murderer of a Hollywood screenwriter, drowned in her pool in The Reserve, a secretive Boston community.
     A young woman must decide whether to go public about her assault. Jane and Jake, newly engaged and beginning to go public about their relationship, both seek solutions to crimes as they face their fears about the dangers of speaking the truth.
     This is a wonderfully suspenseful read. Hank Phillippi Ryan's characters bravely confront their challenges while taking the reader along with them. Her years as an investigative reporter have given the author a unique insight into her protagonist's world. Her considerable talent absorbs this reader into the story, indeed has carried me through the five books in this series, each of which can stand alone. I will be eager to read the next one. 
Enthusiastically recommended. FOR 1st printing, signed: 25.99

The One Man
By Andrew Gross
Reviewed by Cheryl Kravetz
Renowned physicist Alfred Mendl and his family use forged documents to flee war-torn Paris, but are caught by the Nazis and sent by train to a concentration camp. They are separated when they arrive at the camp. The guards are unaware that Mendl holds knowledge that only two people in the world possess.
     Intelligence Lieutenant Nathan Blum escaped the Krakow ghetto as a teenager after the Nazis murdered his family and fled to America where he decodes messages from Occupied Poland. He is asked by "Wild" Bill Donovan, head of the OSS to sneak into the most guarded place on earth to find and escape with Alfred Mendl, the one man the Allies believe can ensure them victory in the war.
     Andrew Gross has found his calling in his new book, The One Man. I have been a fan of Andrew Gross and his books since he began his writing career and I believe The One Man is outstanding. It surpasses even some of the top writers of our time.
     The One Man captures the lingering horrors of World War II and its long-lasting residual effects on not only the victims of Nazi soldiers, but their families as well. It focuses mostly on people, rather than the crimes committed by the Nazis. But it also shows how the Nazis exterminated some of the greatest minds the world will ever see.
     Andrew Gross did extensive research for this project, interviewing numerous survivors, studying documents, books, journals. Among the interviews he conducted was that of his 95-year-old father-in-law who escaped Warsaw just months before the war. He was the only one in his family to survive. Sadly, his father-in-law passed away before he could see the book published. It will forever stand as his legacy.
     The book is written with compassion and sheds light on little known aspects of the war. Don't miss this as it reveals Andrew Gross's wonderful talent.  
MacMillan 1st printing, signed: 26.99

The Penny Jumper 
By James Grippando 
Reviewed by Sue Wilder   
Ainsley Grace, astrophysicist, is hired by a stock-trading firm to write a program that will result in tens of millions of dollars of profits.  Ainsley, working at MIT on a giant telescope program, takes on the project for a payday that will help her pay back her student loans and other debts accumulated during her mother's terminal illness. 
     Ainsley writes a program that creates an algorithm to supersede the penny jumpers.  High frequency traders buy and sell stocks according to computer programs that generate big volume, thus generating profits one penny at a time.  Unfortunately, she is framed by the very people she is working for, and is picked up by the FBI.  She must figure out who sold her out or lose her career and go to prison. 
     Mr. Grippando clearly explains penny jumpers and high-frequency trading on Wall Street.  As always, his research is impeccable.  By utilizing the novella format, he builds suspense with a just enough detail about Ainsley and her backstory.  Authentic New York and Boston locations combined with a fast moving story produces a good read. 
Nightstand Press, 1st printing, signed: 19.99


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New Hardcovers in November
J effery Archer - This Was a Man.A shot is fired, but who pulled the trigger, and who lives and who dies?  MPS 28.99
 
David Baldacci - No Man's Land.Thirty years ago, John Puller's and Paul Rogers' worlds collided with devastating results. HAC 29.00
 
Linwood Barclay (Promise Falls Trilogy) - Twenty Three. Dozens of people in Promise Falls, New York have died and hundreds are going to the hospital with similar flu-like symptoms. PUT 27.00
 
Carol Birch - Orphans of the Carnival. 
Branded a freak from birth, a woman becomes an international sensation but longs for genuine human connection. RH 27.95 
 
JoAnna Carl - Chocolate Bunny Brouhaha. An Easter candy caper featuring chocolatiers Lee Woodyard and her Aunt Nettie, and a killer who's hopping mad. PUT 23.00
 
Suzanne Chazin - No Witness But the Moon. A tense stand-off between a Hispanic police officer and an undocumented immigrant leads to the shooting death of one, the shattered life of the other, and the shocking connection between them. ZEB 25.00
 
Lee Child - Night School. It's 1996, and Jack Reacher is still in the army. In the morning they give him a medal, and in the afternoon they send him back to school. That night he's off the grid. RH 28.99
 
Lincoln Child and Douglas Preston - Obsidian Chamber. Special Agent A.X.L. Pendergast is missing, presumed dead. Sick with grief, Pendergast's ward, Constance, is taken captive by a shadowy figure from the past. HAC 28.00
 
Mary Higgins Clark - Sleeping Beauty Killer. Casey Carter was convicted of murdering her fiance fifteen years ago, but professes her innocence. SS 26.99
 
John Clarkson - Bronx Requiem. Seventeen hours after he was released from prison Paco Johnson was found murdered in the streets of the Bronx. MPS 26.99
 
Michael Connelly - Wrong Side of Goodbye.A reclusive billionaire hires Harry Bosch, retired from the LAPD, now a private investigator, to find answers to an unsolved problem. HAC 26.00  
 
Patricia Cornwell - Chaos.Elisa Vandersteel is killed while riding her bicycle along the Charles River. Dr. Kay Scarpetta decides at the scene that this is no accident. HC 28.99
 
Ellen Crosby - Champagne Conspiracy.Lucie Montgomery and winemaker Quinn Santori help Quinn's uncle solve a death that occurred in San Francisco in 1923. MPS 25.99
 
Clive Cussler - Odessa Sea. Dirk Pitt, director of the National Underwater and Marine Agency, is on the Black Sea, helping to locate a lost Ottoman shipwreck, when he responds to an urgent Mayday "Under attack!" from a nearby freighter.  PUT 29.00
 
Janet Evanovich - Turbo Twenty Three. In the heart of Trenton, N.J., a killer is out to make sure someone gets his just desserts. 28.00
 
John Grisham - Whistler.  Lacy Stoltz, an investigator for the Florida Board on Judicial Conduct, learns of a previously disbarred lawyer who is back in business with a new identity. RH 28.98
 
Keigo Higashin - Under the Midnight Sun. In Osaka in 1973, the body of a murdered man is found in an abandoned building. MPS 26.99
 
Kay Hooper - Wait For Dark - An SCU team investigates a string of accidents, only to uncover a deadly monster. BRK 27.00
 
Dorothy Howell - Pocketbooks and Pistols. Haley Randolph discovers a former co-worker shot dead behind the store.  ZEB 25.00
 
Joe Ide - IQ.A resident of one of LA's toughest neighborhoods uses his blistering intellect to solve the crimes the LAPD ignores. HAC 26.00
 
P.D. James - Mistletoe Murder.Four of the author's previously uncollected stories, two of which feature the young Adam Dalgliesh.  RH 24.00
 
Iris Johansen - Night Watch. Kendra Michaels is visited by the researcher who gave her sight through a revolutionary medical procedure. Then he disappears. MPS 27.99
 
Emily Littlejohn - Inherit the Bones. Secrets and lies can't usually stay buried forever in Cedar Valley. But, someone has uncovered the lies, and his murder continues a chain of events that began almost forty years ago. MPS 25.99
 
Leslie Meier - Eggnog Murder. Christmas in Maine is picture perfect until murder dampens the holiday spirit. ZEB 25.00
 
Stephanie Meyer - Chemist. An ex-agent on the run from her former employers must take one more case to clear her name and save her life. HAC 28.00
 
Stefanie Pintoff - City on Edge.The night before the Thanksgiving Day Parade, a crowd gathers on Manhattan's Upper West Side. Then a gunshot rings out, police commissioner Logan Donovan falls, and panic erupts. RH 27.00
 
David Rosenfelt - Twelve Dogs of Christmas. Defense lawyer Andy Carpenter's long-time friend Martha "Pups" Boyer takes in stray puppies that the local dog rescue center can't handle, but, not everyone admires her work MPS 24.00
 
Ted Russ - Spirit Mission. Lieutenant Colonel Sam Avery leads an illegal mission deep into ISIS-held territory. MPS 28.00
 
Hank Phillippi Ryan - Say No More.When Boston reporter Jane Ryland reports a hit and run, she soon learns she witnessed the collapse of an alibi. MPS 25.99
 
John Sandford - Escape Clause. Two large, and rare, Amur tigers have vanished from the Minnesota zoo, and authorities are worried that they've been stolen for their body parts. PUT 29.00
 
Asle Skredderberget - Oslo Conspiracy.  A scientist is found dead in a hotel room in Rome. MPS 25.99
 
Randy Wayne White - Seduced.Five hundred years ago, Spanish conquistadors planted the first orange seeds in Florida. Now the trees are dying at the root. Fishing guide and part-time investigator, Hannah Smith sets out to find samples of the original root stock. PUT 27.00
 
Stuart Woods - Sex, Lies and Serious Money.Stone Barrington arrives home to find an unexpected new client on his doorstep. PUT 28.00

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New Historicals in November
Robin Blake - Skin and Bone. 1743. The body of a newborn child is found in a tanning pit and merchants try to modernize the town's economy. MPS 25.99
 
Rhys Bowen - Away in a Manger. Christmastime, 1905. New York City. Molly Murphy Sullivan is looking forward to the approaching holidays. As Molly and the children listen to carolers in the street, they hear a lovely voice, the voice of an angel, and see a beggar girl huddled in a doorway, singing "Away in a Manger." 15.99
 
John A. Connell - Spoils of Victory. Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a scenic Alpine ski town that managed to escape the destruction of World War II. It is also a refuge for war criminals, a depository for Nazi stolen riches, and the latest post for army investigator Mason Collins.  
16.00
 
David Downing - One Man's Flag.Spring 1915: World War I rages across Europe, and the British Empire is assailed on all fronts, domestic and abroad. Amidst this bloodbath of nations, one man's flag is another man's shroud. 16.95

Charles Finch - Inheritance. Charles Lenox has received a cryptic plea for help from an old Harrow schoolmate but when he looks into the matter he finds that his friend has suddenly disappeared. MPS 25.99

Andrew Hunt - Desolation Falls. 1938. Auto racers from around the world gather west of Salt Lake City, intent on breaking the land-speed record. A wealthy English motorist disappears and his younger brother is found dead. MPS 26.99
David Morrell - Ruler of the Night. 1855. England's first death by train is recorded on the very first day of railway operations in 1830. Twenty-five years later, a man is stabbed to death in a locked first-class passenger compartment. HAC 27.00
Anne Perry - Christmas Message. 1900 A man is murdered over a torn piece of ancient parchment he was taking to Jerusalem. RH 20.00
Tony Schumacher - British Lion. set in the years after World War II, the sequel to The Darkest Hour, London detective John Rossett joins forces with his Nazi boss to save the commander's kidnapped daughter as the Germans race to make the first atomic bomb. 15.99

Martin Cruz Smith - Girl From Venice. 1945. A fisherman discovers a young woman floating in the lagoon. She is alive and in trouble. Born to a wealthy Jewish family, Giulia is on the run from the Nazis. SS 27.00
Wilbur Smith - Pharaoh. Pharaoh Tamose lies mortally wounded. The ancient city of Luxor is surrounded. Taita, advisor to the Pharaoh, prepares for the enemy's final, fatal push. HC 28.99
Sam Thomas - Midwife and the Assassin. 1649. Three years have passed since midwife Bridget Hodgson and her deputy Martha Hawkins fled York for the safety of the English countryside. But when a mysterious letter from London brings them to the capital, they are forced into service under Jonathan Marlowe, Oliver Cromwell's chief spymaster. 15.99
 
Sherry Thomas - Study in Scarlet Women. Charlotte Holmes has become a social pariah, an outcast fending for herself on the mean streets of London. When the city is struck by a trio of unexpected deaths and suspicion falls on her sister and her father, Charlotte is desperate to find the true culprits and clear the family name. 15.00
Will Thomas - Hell Bay. Cyrus Barker is providing security for a secret conference with the French government on the private estate of Lord Hargrave on a remote island off the coast of Cornwall when Hargrave is killed by a sniper shot, and the French ambassador's head of security is found stabbed to death.  MPS 25.99
Charles Todd. No Shred of Evidence. On the north coast of Cornwall, an apparent act of mercy is repaid by an arrest for murder. Four young women have been accused of the crime. 14.99
 
 
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New Nonfiction in November
Peter Ackroyd - Alfred Hitchcock. A biography of Alfred Hitchock, the master of suspense.  RH 26.95
Shaun Assael - Murder of Sonny Liston. On January 5, 1971, Sonny Liston was found dead in his home of an apparent heroin overdose. But no one close to Liston believed that his death was acci­dental. 27.00
Yudhijit Bhattacharjee - Spy Who Couldn't Spell. The true account of the FBI's hunt for the ingenious traitor Brian Regan, known as the Spy Who Couldn't Spell. PUT 27.00
Lauren Cochrane - Fifty Women's Fashion Icons.
Fashion can be used for self-expression, to make a political statement, or simply to attract attention. Through this collection, discover how these 50 trendsetters, Tilda Swinton to Michelle Obama, have used fashion to assert their position in the world and become iconic.  20.00
Design Museum - Fifty Dresses That Changed the World. Filled with pages of beautiful clothes and famous faces including Wallis Simpson, Jackie Kennedy, Twiggy and Cher and, Princess Di. 20.00
Clint Emerson - 100 Deadly Skills Survival Edition. The essential guide for surviving today's emergencies, from navigating in the wild to staying alive in any disaster. 19.99
Benjamin Percy - Thrill Me. Bold new essays on how to craft a thrilling read in any genre from the bestselling author of The Dead Lands. 16.00
 
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New Paperbacks in November
Rebecca Adler - Good, the Bad and the Guacamole. The town of Broken Boot is holding its annual Homestead Days Music Festival at Two Boots dance hall where country singer Jeff Clark is performing. 7.99  
Lawrence Block - Sinner Man. Lawrence Block's first crime novel, lost for nearly 50 years.
To escape punishment for a murder he didn't mean to commit, insurance man Don Barshter has to take on a new identity: Nathaniel Crowley, ferocious up-and-comer in the New York mob. 9.95
Chris Bohjalian - Guest Room. When Kristin Chapman agrees to let her husband, Richard, host his brother's bachelor party, she expects a certain amount of debauchery. But at the party two scared young women brought there by force, kill their captors and drive off into the night.16.00
Ali Brandon - Twice Told Tail. At Pettistone's Fine Books, Hamlet the cat isn't the only shadowy figure lurking around the Brooklyn brownstone. 7.99  
Allison Brennan - Lost Girls. Photojournalist Siobhan Walsh has been searching for two sisters who disappeared two years ago in Mexico. When she receives a call from a priest in Texas about an abandoned baby holding a locket with her name, she calls her friends in the FBI for help. 7.99
Adam Brookes - Spy Games. Journalist Philip Mangan is trying to stay out of trouble in East Africa. But he is caught in a terrorist attack in East Africa when a Chinese figure approaches him in with information on the origins of the attack. HAC 9.99  
Sandra Brown - Unspeakable. Carl Herbold is a psychopath who has just escaped the penitentiary where he was serving a life sentence. Bent on revenge, he's going back to Blewer County, Texas where he began. 14.99
Helen Callaghan - Dear Amy.  A teenage girl's abduction stirs dark memories of a twenty-year-old cold case. 15.99
Andrea Camilleri - Voice in the Night. Two deaths lead Inspector Montalbano into investigations of corruption and power. 16.00
JoAnna Carl - Chocolate Falcon Fraud. It's murder for a chocolatier whose love of old crime films plunges her into a real-life murder. 7.99
Kate Carlisle - Deck the Hallways. If contractor Shannon Hammer can't nail the killer her dad will wind up in jail. 7.99
Lee Child - Night School (LP). A Jihadist sleeper cell in Hamburg, Germany, has received an unexpected visit from a Saudi courier seeking safe haven while waiting to rendezvous with persons unknown. 29.00
John Connolly - Books to Die For. The world's most beloved mystery writers celebrate their favorite mystery novels in this collection, featuring essays by Michael Connelly, Kathy Reichs, Ian Rankin, and more. 17.00
Ellen Crosby - Ghost Image. When freelance photojournalist Sophie Medina finds Brother Kevin Boyle, a Franciscan friar and controversial environmentalist, dead in the magnificent gardens of a Washington, DC monastery, she is sure her friend was murdered. 16.00
Clive Cussler - Pharaohs Secret. When the NUMA crew is exposed to a dangerous toxin, Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala will stop at nothing to find a cure foretold by Ancient Egyptian lore. 9.99
Frédéric Dard - Crush. Bored with her mundane factory job, her nagging mother and her alcoholic father-in-law, Louise goes to work as a maid for a glamourous couple. Then their model life starts to fall apart and painful secrets from their past emerge. 12.95
Augusto De Angelis - Mystery of the Three Orchids. A man's body is found among the wooden mannequins of the O'Brian fashion house. 12.95  
Vicki Delany - We Wish You a Murderous Christmas. Merry Wilkinson is enjoying a rare evening off at the Yuletide Inn when the son of the hotel owner is found stabbed to death. 7.99
Stuart Douglas - Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. An anonymous telegram brings strange news to Baker Street; there is an impostor Sherlock Holmes at work in New York City, solving cases and taking society by storm. 9.95
Janet Evanovich - Tricky Twenty-Two. Ken Globovic (Gobbles has been arrested for beating up the dean of students at Kiltman College. Gobbles has missed his court date and gone into hiding. 8.99
Linda Fairstein - Into the Lion's Den. Someone has stolen a page from a rare book in the New York Public Library. At least, that's what Devlin Quick's friend Liza thinks she's seen, but she can't be sure. 16.99
 - Ben Sees it Through. Returning home to his Cockney roots after a trip to Spain, Ben meets a mysterious stranger on a cross-Channel. 12.99
 - Little God Ben. Homeless and down on his luck, Ben takes a job as a stoker on a cruise ship.  12.99
 - Murderers Trail. Ben, wandering hungry through the foggy back alleys of Limehouse, is spooked by news of an old man murdered in Hammersmith runs. 12.99
 - No 17. The first book featuring Ben, the ex-sailor who can't help running into trouble. 12.99
Sharon Farrow - Dying for Strawberries. With seasonal crowds flocking to its sandy beaches and lively downtown shops, and the Berry Basket, a berry emporium with something for everyone, the lakeshore village of Oriole Point is ripe for summer fun and murder. 7.99
Paul Finch - Strangers. PC Lucy Clayburn is about to find out, going undercover is the most dangerous work there is. 14.99
Frank Froest - Crime Club. The Detective Story Club's first short story anthology is based around a London detective club and includes three newly discovered tales unpublished for 100 years, plus a story bearing an uncanny resemblance to a Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes story but written some seven years earlier. 15.99  
Émile Gaboriau - Blackmailers. Monsieur Lecoq of the French Sûreté is called to investigate a Bank Robbery in one of the world's first detective novels, widely credited as the inspiration for Sherlock Holmes. 15.99
Lisa Gardner - Find Her. Seven years ago, carefree college student Flora was kidnapped while on spring break. For 472 days, Flora learned just how much one person can endure.   
Sally Goldenbaum - Trimmed with Murder. All Izzy Chambers Perry wants for Christmas is to keep her brother out of jail. 15.00
Mark Greany - Tom Clancy's Commander in Chief. President Jack Ryan and his allies facing a treacherous foe threatening to unleash chaos around the globe. 9.99
Anna K. Green - Leavenworth Case. D r. John Curran looks at how Anna Katherine Green was a pioneer who inspired a new generation of crime writers, in particular a young woman named Agatha Christie. 15.99
Lena Gregory - Death at First Sight. Cass Donovan left her psychiatric practice in New York City to open up a psychic shop in her hometown on Bay Island. 7.9
Susannah Hardy - Killer Kebab. The Bonaparte House is closed for the season, and Georgie Nikolopatos looks forward to fixing up the Greek restaurant and historic landmark, until her renovation plans hit a fatal snag. 7.99
  
Leigh Hearon - Saddle Up for Murder. Horse trainer and Carson Stables owner Annie Carson blames the random losses of local livestock on feral animals stalking Olympic Peninsula county's farms and ranches. 7.99
Betty Hechtman - Hooking for Trouble. The Tarzana Hookers' Yarn University has been a big success, and the classes have drawn in a slew of new crochet devotees. A less welcome arrival is the boxy monstrosity in the yard behind Molly's house.  7.99
Dorothy Howell - Swag Bags and Swindlers. Haley Randolph's 25th birthday is just around the corner, and the full-time fashionista is ready to quit her credit card-paying job at Holt's Department Store. 7.99
Gregg Hurwitz - Orphan X.
Evan Smoak is a man with a dangerous past. Chosen as a child, he was raised and trained as an Orphan, an off-the-books black box program designed to create the perfect deniable intelligence asset: an assassin. 9.99  
Lisa Jackson - Final Scream. A small timber town nestled in the shadow of Oregon's Cascade Mountains is the perfect place for a killer to hide. 15.00
Caroline Kepnes - Hidden Bodies. Joe Goldberg is no stranger to hiding bodies. Now he's heading to Los Angeles determined to put his past behind him. 16.00
Kate Kessler - Two Can Play. A criminal psychologist uses her own dark past to help law enforcement catch dangerous killers. 15.99
Stephen King - Bazaar of Bad Dreams. A collection of stories, featuring autobiographical comments on when, why, and how King came to write (or rewrite) each story. 9.99
Catherine Lloyd - Death Comes to Kurland Hall. As wedding bells chime in Kurland St. Mary, a motley group of visitors descends on the village and with a murderer on the prowl, some of them may not be returning home. 15.00
James Lovegrove - Cthulhu Casebooks Sherlock Holmes. 1880. Dr John Watson has returned from Afghanistan, injured and desperate to forget a nightmarish expedition that left him doubting his sanity. 19.99
  
Phillip Margolin - Violent Crimes. Attorney Amanda Jaffe becomes entangled in a murder case involving Big Oil, an estranged father and son, and the greatest ethical dilemma of her career. 9.99
Ann A. McDonald - Oxford Inheritance. At Oxford University, an American student searches for the truth about her mother's death. 15.99
Jenn McKinlay - Likely Story. Set in coastal Connecticut, where librarian Lindsey Norris must solve a shooting and a missing person's case involving two reclusive brothers. 7.99
Louise Millar - City of Strangers.
A journalist is set on discovering the identity of a stranger who has turned her life upside down 16.00  
Margaret Millar - Collected Millar Legendary Novels. The four novels in this collection straddle one of the most tumultuous decades of the 20th century and display Millar's uncanny ability to craft truly disturbing suspense fiction while still addressing social issues. 17.99
Patrick Millikin - Highway Kind Tales of Fast Cars. Thrilling crime stories about cars, driving, and the road from the world's bestselling and critically acclaimed writers. 15.99
Bernard Minier - Circle. June 2010. In the middle of a World Cup match, Martin Servaz receives a call from a long-lost lover and a few miles away a professor is brutally murdered. 16.99
D. A. Mishani - Man Who Wanted to Know Everything. Called on a stormy night to the scene of his first murder investigation as the new commander of investigations, Inspector Avraham Avraham discovers that he knows the victim. 15.99
Shirley Rousseau Murphy - Cat Shout for Joy. Joe Grey and Dulcie are thrilled to be awaiting their first litter. They are also sad for Pan's father, the old yellow cat Misto, whose time on earth is drawing to a close. 7.99
Ann Myers - Feliz Navidead. Chef Rita Lafitte of Tres Amigas Café discovers a dead actor during the premier performance.  7.99
Hakan Nesser - Hour of the Wolf. A boy is found in a dark duffel coat, lying in the ditch, contorted at impossible angles. 16.00
Carla Norton - What Doesn't Kill Her. Reeve LeClaire doesn't think of herself as Daryl Wayne Flint's victim. Not when Reeve is finally recovering a life of her own after four years of captivity. 7.99
 James Patterson - 15th Affair. Lindsay Boxer thinks she has found domestic bliss. But when a beautiful, alluring blonde woman with links to the CIA disappears from the scene of a brutal murder at a downtown luxury hotel, Lindsay's life begins to unravel. 15.99
James Patterson (Bookshot) - Killer Chef. Someone is poisoning diners in New Orleans' best restaurants. 4.99
 
Marion Pauw - Girl in the Dark. A single mother and lawyer, Iris has a colorful caseload, a young son with behavior issues, and a judgmental mother. She also has a brother, shocking news she uncovers by accident. 15.99
Kathy Reichs - Bone Collection. A collection of pulse-pounding tales featuring forensic anthropologist, Temperance Brennan, including the untold story of her first case. 9.99
Ruth Rendell - Dark Corners. When his father dies, Carl Martin inherits a house in an increasingly rich and trendy London neighborhood where he finds his father's bizarre collection of homeopathic "cures" in the medicine cabinet. 16.00
Douglas Schofield - Time of Departure. When a highway construction crew unearths two skeletons in a common grave, Florida state prosecutor Claire Talbot reopens an investigation into a string of abductions that took place before she was born. 16.99
Adam Sisman - John Le Carre. David Cornwell's pseudonym "John le Carré" has helped to keep the public at a distance. The author probes Cornwell's unusual upbringing, abandoned by his mother at the age of only five and raised by his con man father, and explores his background in British intelligence, as well as his struggle to become a writer, and his personal life. 18.99
Martin Cruz Smith - Canto for a Gypsy. The priceless Royal Crown of Hungary is on display in St Patrick's Cathedral in New York. Guarded by many, including the NYPD and the gypsy antique dealer Roman Grey, a heist is impossible. But everybody wants the legendary Crown of Saint Stephen. 16.00
 - Gypsy in Amber. A girl was found mutilated, the victim of a rite not believed to take place in the modern world. 16.00
Andrew Taylor - Fireside Gothic.  A collection of three gothic novellas, perfect for fans of The Loney, by Andrew Michael Hurley. 17.99
Nancy Thayer - Hot Flash Holidays. The women of The Hot Flash Club are back for the holidays. 16.00
Lea Wait - Dangling by a Thread. Hermit Jesse Lockhart lives alone on King's Island, Maine, where he's created a private sanctuary for the endangered Great Cormorants.  7.99
Dan Wells - Extreme Makeover. Lyle Fontanelle is the chief scientist for a health and beauty company experimenting with a new, anti-aging hand lotion. 15.99
Randy Wayne White - Seduced (CD). Five hundred years ago, Spanish conquistadors planted the first orange seeds in Florida, but now the trees are dying at the root, weakened by infestation and genetic manipulation. The only solution might be to find samples of the original root stock. No one is better equipped to traverse the swamps and murky backcountry of Florida than fishing guide Hannah Smith. 40.00

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Murder on the Beach Mystery  Bookstore Newsletter 
Publisher- Joanne Sinchuk
Editor- Stephanie Saxon Levine

Contributors-  
Cheryl Kravetz, Stephanie Saxon Levine, Stacey Schwartz, Joanne Sinchuk,
 Sue Wilder, and David Wulf


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