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New Mystery Books include:
“The Eleventh Victim” by Nancy Grace; “The Traffickers” by W.E.B. Griffin; “Dead To The World”, “From Dead To Worse”, “Dead Until Dark.” “Definitely Dead”, “Club Dead”, “Dead As A Doornail”, and “Living Dead In Dallas” by Charlaine Harris; “The Devil's Punch Bowl” by Greg Iles; “Fire And Ice” by Judith A. Jance; “The Girl Who Played With Fire” by Stieg Larsson; “Promise Not To Tell” by Jennifer McMahon; “Alex Cross's Trial” by James Patterson.
New Large Print Mystery Books include:
“Smash Cut” by Sandra Brown; “Bangkok 8” by John Burdett; “Even Money” by Dick Francis; “Gentlemen And Players” by Joanne Harris; “Chosen To Die” by Lisa Jackson; “Guardian Of Lies” by Steve Martini; “Shell Game” by Carol O'Connell; “206 Bones” by Kathy Reichs; and “Epitaph” by James Siegel.
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