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  • Panic
    by Jeff Abbott
    After finding his mother murdered, documentary filmmaker Evan Casher discovers that every aspect of his life has been fabricated and that he is being targeted by a ruthless organization of killers.

  • Night of the Panther
    by E.C. Ayres
    When her friend and professional rival Tony Lowell steps in to help Police Detective Lena Bedrosian solve the murder of a Fresh Water Fish and Game officer in Florida, the two soon discover that Lena has become the next person on the hit list.

  • The Whale's Footprints
    by Rick Boyer
    When a house guest is murdered in his bed, Doc's son Jack is the prime suspect. After all, Andy had been Jack's rival both at the Oceanographic Institute and for the attention of a beautiful whale watcher named Alice. But Doc believes the murderer must have been interested in the victim's top-secret lab work.
  • The Gideon Oliver Series
    by Aaron Elkins
    Gideon Oliver, linguistics expert and professor of physical anthropology at Heidelberg University, finds himself caught up in a mystery involving murder, secret agents, international intrigue, and espionage. Reprint.

  • Bound
    by Sally Gunning
    Alice Cole spent her first seven years living in two smoky, crowded rooms in London with her family. But a new home and a better life waited in the colonies, or so her father promised--a bright dream that turned to ashes when her brothers and mother tookill and died during the arduous voyage. Arriving in colonial New England unable to meet the added expenses incurred by their misfortunes at sea, her father bound Alice into servitude to pay his debts.

  • Turnabout
    by Jeremiah Healy
    Security expert Matthew Langway faces roadblocks in his attempt to locate a kidnap victim. He doesn't trust his own partner, an alcoholic he suspects of skimming their business's profits, and the parents of the victim are not forthcoming.

  • Bluefin Blues
    by Paul Kemprecos
    In need of cash, sometime private detective Soc Socarides takes on the case of a murdered fisherman found harpooned in a stolen boat, but begins to regret his actions when the investigation takes another deadly turn.

  • Douglas Kiker Novels
    by Douglas Kiker
    Mac finds a drowned girl in a sunken Volkswagen and discovers that she had a very close relationship with a celebrated senator who is planning an all-out presidential campaign.

  • A Small and Incidental Murder
    by John Walter Putre
    When an ex-Navy diver and private eye is called to investigate a murder on an island in Chesapeake Bay, he encounters violence as fisherman square off against real estate developers.

  • McMansion
    by Justin Scott
    Incensed by the spread of mansions in the area, realtor and private detective Ben Abbott, who refuses to sell them, becomes involved in the murder of a greedy developer found under a bulldozer when an eco-activist is arrested for the crime.

  • McMansion
    by Justin Scott
    Incensed by the spread of mansions in the area, realtor and private detective Ben Abbott, who refuses to sell them, becomes involved in the murder of a greedy developer found under a bulldozer when an eco-activist is arrested for the crime.

  • Reamde
    by Neal Stephenson
    When his own high-tech start up turns into a Fortune 500 computer gaming group, Richard Forthrast, the black sheep of an Iowa family who has amassed an illegal fortune, finds the line between fantasy and reality becoming blurred when a virtual war for dominance is triggered.

  • The Spotted Cats
    by William G. Tapply
    Brady Coyne goes to Montana in search of some golden leopards stolen during a brutal robbery from his invalid friend in Cape Cod, but the hunter soon becomes the quarry amid the treacherous terrain.

Prepared by Hillary Garrett, Reference Librarian October 15, 2005

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