When Sister Anne McGrath, a much-loved community saint, is brutally murdered, Seattle Mirror reporter Jason Wade, who has a personal interest in the case, joins the investigation and makes a shocking discovery about Sister Anne's past that changes everything. Original.
A Tochtli le gustan los sombreros, los diccionarios, los samuráis, las guillotinas y los franceses. Pero Tochtli es un niño y ahora lo que quiere es un nuevo animal para su zoológico privado: un hipopótamo enano de Liberia. Su padre, Yolcaut, un narcotraficante en la cúspide del poder, está dispuesto a cumplir todos sus caprichos. No importa que se trate de un animal exótico en peligro de extinción. Porque Yolcaut siempre puede. Tochtli vive en un palacio. Una madriguera recubierta de oro en la que convive con trece o quizá catorce... continue
NATIONAL BESTSELLER • The most famous true crime novel of all time "chills the blood and exercises the intelligence" (The New York Review of Books)—and haunted its author long after he finished writing it. On November 15, 1959, in the small town of Holcomb, Kansas, four members of the Clutter family were savagely murdered by blasts from a shotgun held a few inches from their faces. There was no apparent motive for the crime, and there were almost no clues. In one of the first non-fiction novels ever written, Truman Capote reconstructs the murder and the investigation that led to the capture, t... continue
An exciting new detective series set in the Caribbean island of Jamaica Introducing crime-fighting duo Jamaican Detective Raythan Preddy and Scottish lawman Detective Sean Harris, set in the picturesque city of Montego Bay, Jamaica. In Montego Bay, Jamaica, privileged Chinese-Jamaican brothers Lester and Carter Chin Ellis have enjoyed a sheltered life as the heirs to the iced desserts empire Chinchillerz. One fateful night, following a fiery encounter with local law enforcement the brothers are taken to Pelican Walk Police Station, where Lester is detained for drunk driving, while Carter is re... continue
After years working as a homicide detective, there are some things you just can’t forget. For retired homicide detective Steve Ryan, hair-raising true crime stories are more than just entertainment — they were real life. Investigating homicide for more than a decade, he spent time searching for killers and saw his share of sad and unjust occurrences. Some things were so terrible they were impossible to forget, even after his retirement from the police force. In The Ghosts That Haunt Me, Steve memorializes his time as a homicide investigator. While hard to tell, these stories were harder to liv... continue
POLISHED TO PERFECTION, THE HOTLY-ANTICIPATED DEBUT *The instant Sunday Times Top 5 bestseller* *The New York Times No.1 bestseller* *One of Buzzfeed's highly anticpated Booktok reads in 2022* 'Delightful' GUARDIAN 'An escapist pleasure' SUNDAY TIMES 'A true 21st century heroine' JANICE HALLETT 'A dream of a debut . . . exquisite' NETGALLEY, Books of the Month 'Smart, riveting, and deliciously refreshing ' LISA JEWELL 'An instantly gripping and delightful whodunnit' STYLIST I am your maid. I know about your secrets. Your dirty laundry. But what do you know about me? Molly the maid is all alone... continue
The Trees is a page-turner that opens with a series of brutal murders in the rural town of Money, Mississippi. The murders present a puzzle, for at each crime scene there is a second dead body: that of a man who resembles Emmett Till, a young black boy lynched in the same town 65 years before. The detectives suspect that these are killings of retribution, but soon discover that similar murders are taking place all over the country. In this bold, provocative book, Everett takes direct aim at racism and police violence, and does so in a fast-paced style that ensures the reader can't look away.