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 […]

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 […]

Killing Dreams – L.A. Dobbs

Sam Mason’s phone pinged for the third time as he pulled the White Rock Police Department Tahoe into the dirt driveway that led to the ramshackle farmhouse where Frank Buckner had lived for most of his eighty-five years. He glanced down at the phone display as he slowed at the beginning of the long driveway, […]

Killer Cupcakes – Addison Moore

I see dead people. Mostly I see dead pets, but on the rare occasion I do see a dearly departed of the human variety. But right now, all I can see, hear, or think about is accomplishing the task at hand. “Get it in, Lemon,” Everett grunts. “I don’t know how much longer I can […]

Kill, Sleep, Repeat – Britney King

T PROLOGUE he first time it happened, I did not think it was funny. It wasn’t funny the second time, either. By that point, saving her ass had become a full-time job. With mandatory overtime. By then, I’d realized something profound—what didn’t kill me only made me want her more. Maybe it would have helped […]

Keep You Safe – Rona Halsall

Natalie sits on a metal bench on the top deck of the ferry, watching the mountains of the Lake District glide past. She wonders what her son looks like. Has his hair darkened, his face thinned out? They change so quickly when they’re young and she has nothing to go on, not a single picture […]

Keep Quiet – Lisa Scottoline

Jake Buckman knew his son had a secret, because his wife told him so. They didn’t know what it was but they suspected it was about a girl, since Ryan had been texting non-stop and dressing better for school, which meant he actually cared if his jeans were clean. Jake wished he and his son […]

Keep Her Safe – Richard Parker

Maggie couldn’t work out what sort of noise had woken her. As the shadowy ceiling of her bedroom came into focus she turned to her clock and squinted: 10:13 p.m. Her lack of sleep that week had prompted her to go to bed early, but she’d been there less than an hour. She waited for […]

Judgment – Joseph Finder

A perfect May night in Chicago, warm but not quite balmy. A soft breeze coming in off the lake, carrying with it the faint murmurings of traffic from Michigan Avenue twenty floors below. Juliana was sitting alone on one end of a couch on the Peninsula’s rooftop terrace, still wearing her conference lanyard, still wired […]

Just Between Us – Rebecca Drake

Funerals for murder victims are distinguished from other services by the curiosity seekers. Those who come even though they have no real relationship with the victim, but have been fooled by the publicity surrounding the death into thinking that they had a personal connection. We watched them, these sobbing and wild-eyed men and women, and […]

Juror #3 – James Patterson, Nancy Allen

BALANCING A TRAY loaded with dirty glassware, Darrien Summers dodged the masked men and women in evening dress as he made his way through the dining room. The annual Mardi Gras ball at the country club in Williams County, Mississippi, was in full swing, the dance floor so crowded that many guests swayed to the […]

Jealousy – Nancy Bush

Jean-Luc gazed around the kitchen, his heart pounding crazily, as it had ever since he’d taken this job. The place was impossible! The oven was ancient. The grill erratic. The counters so badly scarred that Jean-Luc had sprayed them down with disinfectant himself. The Crissmans might think their Denim and Diamonds affair was the height […]

Jar of Hearts – Jennifer Hillier

The trial has barely made a dent in the national news. Which is good, because it means less publicity, fewer reporters. But it’s also bad, because just how depraved do crimes have to be nowadays to garner national headlines? Pretty fucking bad, it seems. There’s only a brief mention of Calvin James, a.k.a. the Sweetbay […]

Jane Doe – Victoria Helen Stone

I see the moment he first notices me. The slight double take as he spots the new girl in the office. I don’t notice him in return. I make sure of it. He’s a man who likes to think he’s in charge. He’s afraid of women who come on strong. How could you ever control […]

It’s A Ghost’s Life – Erin McCarthy

“BAILEY BURKE, do you solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?” I cleared my throat. “I do.” “Does this dress make me look fat?” my best friend, Alyssa Dembowski, asked me, emerging from her dressing room at Saks. Dicey question to pose to a […]

Island of the Mad – Laurie R. King

SHERLOCK HOLMES AND I STOOD shoulder to shoulder, gazing down sadly at the tiny charred corpse. “She should never have left us alone,” I told him. “She had no great choice in the matter.” “There’s always a choice.” “Strictly speaking, perhaps. But it’s best that she disappear, at least for a time. Even putting aside […]

Into the Water – Paula Hawkins

SOMETHING WOKE ME up. I got out of bed to go to the toilet and I noticed Mum and Dad’s door was open, and when I looked I could see that Mum wasn’t in bed. Dad was snoring as usual. The clock radio said it was 4:08. I thought she must be downstairs. She has […]

Into the Fire – Gregg Hurwitz

The industrial sliding doors heaved open to a burst of bitter alpine air, a dizzying flurry of snow, and a barrage of hoarse cries. “Hello—goddamn it—somebody help! He’s bad. He’s really— Oh, Jesus, wake up, Grant. Please, just— Someone help!” From the blurry white, Terzian emerged, lugging his injured companion into the waiting room. Grant’s […]

Indulgence in Death – J.D. Robb

THE ROAD WAS A KILLER, HARDLY WIDER THAN a decent stream of spit and snaking like a cobra between giant bushes loaded with strange flowers that resembled drops of blood. She had to remind herself that the trip had been her idea—love was another killer—but how could she have known driving in western Ireland meant […]

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