By Heinrich Dieter Neumann
Eigentlich wollte Kommissarin Helene Christ in den wohlverdienten Segelurlaub mit Freund Simon Simonsen aufbrechen, doch ein Mord durchkreuzt ihre Pläne. Im Wald nahe der Ostseesteilküste wird die Leiche der vierzehnjährigen Clarissa gefunden. Das Mädchen conflict Teilnehmerin des Ferienlagers Nis Puk und laut Freundin Gesa in einen ihrer Betreuer verknallt. In der Mordnacht hatte sie eine Verabredung mit Alim Tayfur - und von dem fehlt seither jede Spur. Als guy Alims DNA an der Leiche identifiziert, steht der Mörder für Christs Kollegen Edgar Schimmel daher schnell fest. Fakten lügen nicht.
Helene Christ bekommt jedoch hautnah mit, dass in der Familie des Mädchens einiges im Argen liegt. Bruder Patrick hat keinen Zweifel daran, dass sein Vater Clarissas Mörder ist. Und tatsächlich verhält sich Carl von Sassenheim alles andere als kooperativ. Im Gespräch mit dem Mann überkommt Helene ein ungutes Gefühl. was once haben die von Sassenheims zu verbergen?
By Nikki Hopeman
"DEXTER meets Deadite... Nikki Hopeman's publication simply will be the main smart zombie tale to hit the cabinets in particularly a few time." ~ Michael Arnzen, Bram Stoker Award-winning writer of Play lifeless while a chain of grisly murders terrorizes the metal urban, Theo-an undead "Riser" operating as a forensic technician for the Pittsburgh police-decides to take advantage of his darkish present to seek the killer. He unearths a companion in his in basic terms pal, Dr. Henry Libitin, yet Theo's specific expertise of experiencing the sufferers' final moments comes with a stunning rate. "An very good read." ~ Scott A. Johnson, writer of Deadlands
By Stuart Woods
The compelling mystery that introduced the occupation of best-selling novelist Stuart Woods in an anniversary hardcover edition.
within the sour iciness of 1920, the 1st physique is located in Delano, Georgia; the bare corpse of an unidentified teen. there isn't any direct proof of homicide, however the physique bears marks of what seems a ritual beating. The research falls to Will Henry Lee, a failed cotton farmer newly appointed as Delano's first leader of police. Lee's obsession with the crime starts a narrative that weaves throughout the many years, following the lifetime of a small southern city and the function of 3 police chiefs in unraveling the crime. Chiefs is the simplest form of mystery, the place the research performs out opposed to the drama underneath the outside of a possible placid neighborhood, seething with the pressures of race, love, hate, and; continuously; political energy, extending from the city fathers the entire option to Washington, DC. With a brand new foreword by way of the writer, this quantity can be a collector's treasure for all fanatics of Stuart Woods.
By Donald E. Westlake
One in all baseball's preeminent pitchers, Orel Hershiser stocks tales from his notable profession to demonstrate the 9 values that experience guided his own existence.
By Greig Beck
In the jungles of Paraguay, Dr Aimee Weir and her workforce are in trouble.
whereas drilling deep into the Earth a contagion moves, their camp is quarantined, yet employees begin to vanish within the night.
Is it worry of illness - or has whatever way more deadly surfaced?
Alex Hunter - code identify Arcadian - and his Hotzone All-Forces battle Commandos are dropped in to the catastrophe quarter to do no matter what it takes to stem the outbreak. yet for the project to be successful, the Arcadian needs to discover ways to grasp his violent internal demons lengthy sufficient to confront the chance that not just threatens his personal instant survival, yet that of mankind.
'top sci-fi horror ... page-turning thrills and spills' - Daily Telegraph
By John Philpin
A serial killer wears many faces, yet none extra terrifying than this one...
Every serial killer suits a profile, follows a development, makes a mistake. Until now...
Six years in the past forensic psychiatrist Lucas Frank "retired" from searching serial killers. yet somebody wishes him again within the worst approach. It starts off with a brutal triple murder within the picturesque Maine city of Ragged Harbor. And it will not cease there. unexpectedly Lucas is compelled to do what he swore he may by no means do back: input the twisted brain of a killer who enjoys murder. Only this time Lucas needs to hunt a psychopath whose development of habit defies all common sense. A killer who can strike an individual, at any place, every time. The FBI is helpless. or even he's baffled on the contradictory clues and taunting tricks left behind.
Lucas Frank has met his fit. that is why he used to be referred to as out of retirement.
But does a person wish him to seize a killer--or be the final word trophy?
The Alhambra : a sequence of stories and sketches of the Moors and Spaniards was once released in may possibly 1832, such as a chain of essays and brief fiction items, it used to be often called his "Spanish caricature Book." In 1851 Irving wrote the "Author's Revised Edition", additionally titled stories of the Alhambra. stories of the Alhambra is a set of essays, verbal sketches, and tales.
By Heinrich Böll
Nobel Prize winner Heinrich Böll's strong novel a few lady terrorized via the media
In an period within which reporters will cease at not anything to wreck a narrative, Henrich Böll's The misplaced Honor of Katharina Blum has taken on heightened relevance. a tender woman's organization with a hunted guy makes her the objective of a journalist made up our minds to snatch headlines through portraying her as an evil girl. because the assaults on her increase and she or he turns into the sufferer of nameless threats, Katharina sees just one method out of her nightmare. Turning the secret style on its head, the unconventional starts off with the confession of a criminal offense, drawing the reader right into a internet of sensationalism, personality assassination, and the unavoidable eruption of violence.
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By Irv C. Rogers