Killer Instinct – James Patterson, Howard Roughan

PROFESSOR JAHAN Darvish nudged his thick black glasses along the bridge of his nose and stared into the minibar fridge of his swanky Manhattan hotel suite while doing his best to ignore the outrageous price list posted off to the side. Twenty-eight dollars for one of these tiny little bottles of vodka? Seriously? But Darvish […]

Lethal Lemon Bars – Addison Moore

I see dead people. Mostly I see dead pets, and on the rare occasion I do see a dearly departed of the human variety, but right now, I’m seeing a newly engaged couple that I’m hoping will call it quits before legal teams need to get involved. “A divorce party!” Mom snaps her fingers above […]

Lethal White – Robert Galbraith, J.K. Rowling

If only the swans would swim side by side on the dark green lake, this picture might turn out to be the crowning achievement of the wedding photographer’s career. He was loath to change the couple’s position, because the soft light beneath the canopy of trees was turning the bride, with her loose red-gold curls, […]

Lethal Agent – Kyle Mills, Vince Flynn

THE cave was more than ten meters square, illuminated with a handful of battery-powered work lights. The glare and heat from them was centered on two rows of men kneeling on colorful cushions. Armed guards lurked near the jagged walls, barely visible in the shadows. Mullah Sayid Halabi sat cross-legged, gazing down from a natural […]

Let Me Lie – Clare Mackintosh

Death does not suit me. I wear it like a borrowed coat; it slips of my shoulders and trails in the dirt. It is ill-fitting. Uncomfortable. I want to shrug it of ; to throw it in the cupboard and take back my well-tailored clothes. I didn’t want to leave my old life, but I’m […]

Leave No Trace – Mindy Mejia

BY THE TIME the boy in ward four attacked me, I’d already nicknamed him The Lost One in my head. He’d been admitted a week ago, transferred from police to orderlies while dozens of reporters swarmed the entrance, overwhelming security in their struggle to get a clear shot of our newest, involuntary patient. Inside, he’d […]

Last Seen – Sara Shepard

IT WAS SO dark in the shed. His underwear was wet, and his skin itched. It smelled awful in here —a little like the mouse that had died under his family’s porch that one time. And he could hear the ocean going whoosh-whoosh-whoosh, but he didn’t know where the sound was coming from. He hadn’t […]

Last Lullaby – Carol Wyer

Adam Brannon looked like he was going to explode. He slapped the steering wheel with the palm of his hand and, taking his eyes off the road, stared at his wife in the passenger seat, arms folded tightly across her chest. ‘Oh, for fuck’s sake! Give it a rest, Charlotte.’ Charlotte’s bottom lip, crimson from […]

Last Light – Helen Phifer

Detective Inspector Lucy Harwin parked in the small car park on the opposite side of the road to the crime scene and got out of her car. She surveyed the area; there were no houses which faced directly onto what was left of the derelict St Cuthbert’s Church. A row of terraced houses that backed […]

Last Goodbye – Arlene Hunt

They were easy to follow undetected through the congested streets. She was wearing a bright-red jacket and perky bobble hat; he wore a cashmere overcoat with a pale-blue scarf tossed artfully around his neck. They were a distinctive couple, happy, good-looking, the kind of pairing that turned heads. Outside the Brown Thomas department store they […]

Last Girl Lied To – Laurie Elizabeth Flynn

WHEN I FIRST met you, that stupid-hot day last September when you jumped into my car and slid down in the passenger seat and told me to drive, you were bleached blond. You had a pixie cut with dark roots, the kind of hair that was less a hairstyle and more a lifestyle. You were […]

Last Breath – Karin Slaughter

“Come on now, Miss Charlie.” Dexter Black’s voice was scratchy over the jailhouse payphone. He was fifteen years her senior, but the “miss” was meant to convey respect for their respective positions. “I told you I’m’a take care of your bill soon as you get me outta this mess.” Charlie Quinn rolled her eyes up […]

Lady in the Lake – Laura Lippman

Isaw you once. I saw you and you noticed me because you caught me looking at you, seeing you. Back and forth, back and forth. Good-looking women do that. Lock eyes, then look one another up and down. I could tell at a glance you’ve never doubted you’re good-looking and you still had the habit […]

Labyrinth – Catherine Coulter

Sherlock had the next hour planned out to the minute. A quick stop at Clyde’s Market for mozzarella cheese for Dillon’s lasagna and some Cheerios for Sean’s breakfast tomorrow, then thirty minutes at the gym: Йfteen minutes on the treadmill and some quick upper-body work, that is if she managed to avoid Tim Maynard, a […]

Knowing You – Samantha Tonge

‘Starting a new fashion?’ says a tall man in a cap. He’s wearing sunglasses even though it’s winter and is squashed against me on the busy train. I look down. This crowded space is sweltering, so I took off my coat and accidentally revealed that my jumper is on inside out. I blush but the […]

Knight Moves – Julie Moffett

It’s not like I woke up on a Monday morning expecting to become a spy, but that’s exactly what happened. It’s not the kind of thing a normal, almost sixteen-year-old girl expects to happen on a regular school day in early October. I guess that’s the problem. I’m not exactly normal. My name is Angel […]

Knife – Jo Nesbo

A ragged dress was hanging from one branch of a rotting pine tree. It put the old man in mind of a song from his youth, about a dress on a washing line. But this dress wasn’t hanging in a southerly breeze like in the song, but in the ice-cold meltwater in a river. It […]

Kittyzen’s Arrest – Addison Moore, Bellamy Bloom

My name is Bizzy Baker, and I can read minds. Not every mind, not every time—but it happens, and believe me when I say it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. “Good morning.” I hold up the carafe to the elderly man reading his paper. As the manager of the Country Cottage Inn, I […]

Kiss the Girls and Make Them Cry – Mary Higgins Clark

Gina Kane stretched in her window seat. Her latest prayer had been answered. The door of the jumbo jet was closing and the Мight attendants were preparing for takeoА. The middle of the three seats on her side wasempty and would remain that way for the sixteen-hour direct Мight from Hong Kong to JFK in […]

Kiss And Say Good Spy – Diane Henders

Driving through the cold grey November morning, I belted out an off-key version of ‘My Own Way To Rock’ along with Burton Cummings. The bouncy tune might have been enough to energize me for a day at the office, but it couldn’t dissipate the perpetual current of low-level anxiety buzzing in the back of my […]


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