Friday, April 03, 2009

Mystery Bestsellers for April 03, 2009

Mystery Bestsellers

A list of the top 15 for the week ending April 03, 2009 has been posted on the Hidden Staircase Mystery Books website.

A bit more of a shuffle this week than in recent past, with last week's featured bestseller, True Detectives by Jonathan Kellerman moving into 4th position.

Long Lost by Harlan Coben

New this week in 7th position is Long Lost, the 9th mystery in the Myron Bolitar series by . Myron Bolitar hasn't heard from Terese Collins since their torrid affair ended ten years ago, so her desperate phone call from Paris catches him completely off guard. In a shattering admission, Terese reveals the tragic story behind her disappearance-her struggles to get pregnant, the greatest moment of her life when her baby was born ... and the fatal accident that robbed her of it all: her marriage, her happiness and her beloved only daughter. Now a suspect in the murder of her ex-husband in Paris, Terese has nowhere else to turn for help. Myron heeds the call. But then a startling piece of evidence turns the entire case upside down, laying bare Terese's long-buried family secrets ... and the very real possibility that her daughter may still be alive. In grave danger from unknown assailants in a country where nothing is as it seems, Myron and Terese race to stay a step ahead of Homeland Security, Interpol, and Mossad. Soon they are working at breakneck pace, not only to learn what really happened to Terese's long-lost little girl-but to uncover a sinister plot with shocking global implications. says "Readers will be sorely tempted to finish Long Lost in one setting", adding "Long Lost is one of Coben's most entertaining efforts."

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The top four mystery bestsellers this week are shown below:

The Associate by John GrishamThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg LarssonRun for Your Life by James PattersonTrue Detectives by Jonathan Kellerman

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Thursday, April 02, 2009

eHarlequin's Free Book Friday: A NASCAR Holiday 3

eHarlequin.com gives you another reason to love Fridays! Buy two or more books this Friday and they'll give you their weekly featured book absolutely free! That's right, every Friday, enjoy a featured free book with the purchase of two or more other titles! (Your free book will automatically be added to your cart.)

This Friday's free book (04/03/2009) is from the Contemporary Romance series. (Not a mystery or suspense novel, we know, but you can still order two mysteries and get this book free!)

A NASCAR Holiday 3 (various authors)

A NASCAR Holiday 3 (various authors)
NASCAR Series

Four romances that will send hearts into overdrive!

Have a Beachy Little Christmas by Liz Allison and Wendy Etherington

An island romance between Tiffany McMillan, the boss's daughter, and Jesse Harwood, a NASCAR team engineer, is strictly forbidden, but can they keep the passion at bay during a company holiday getaway?

Winning the Race by Brenda Jackson

NASCAR driver Miles Gregory roars back into town just for a Christmas wedding—until a reunion with his high school sweetheart gives him a reason to stay …

All They Want for Christmas by Marisa Carroll

Santa, if you're listening, all NASCAR driver Trace Collier's daughter and single mom Carrie Ferrell's son want for Christmas is a family. 'Tis the season for mischief and matchmaking!

A Family for Christmas by Jean Brashear

NASCAR crew chief Gib Cameron gets a crash course in life's little surprises when he sees his first love, Cassie Wheeler. Just what—or who—has she been keeping under wraps?

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Mystery Book Review: Probable Claws by Clea Simon

Mysterious Reviews, mysteries reviewed by the Hidden Staircase Mystery Books, is publishing a new review of Probable Claws by Clea Simon. For our blog readers, we are printing it first here in advance of its publication on our website.

Probable Claws by Clea Simon

by
A Theda Krakow Mystery

Poisoned Pen Press (Hardcover)
ISBN-10: 1-59058-565-8 (1590585658)
ISBN-13: 978-1-59058-565-8 (9781590585658)
Publication Date: April 2009
List Price: $24.95

Review: Freelance music journalist Theda Krakow is arrested for the murder of an animal shelter veterinarian in Probable Claws, the fourth mystery in this series by Clea Simon.

Theda has a wide sphere of friends but they all have something in common: their love of cats. One friend, Rachel, is the veterinarian at the local animal shelter. Another friend, Violet, manages the Helmhold House for Wayward Cats. When it becomes apparent that many of the cats at the Helmhold House are very ill, Violet calls Theda. They come to the conclusion that a bag of kibble bits cat food may be contaminated. Theda takes a sample to Rachel for testing who determines it was tainted with some kind of alkaloid. Someone accidently or intentionally dropped cocoa or chocolate, or some derivative thereof, into the bag of kibble bits. There have been widespread threats against the shelters: some to get rid of all animals that freely roam the streets, some to stop killing animals. Even bomb threats have been received. Someone may have made good one of those threats. When Theda returns to Rachel’s office to pick up her special "tuxedo" cat Musetta, she walks into the lab to find Rachel dying, stabbed with a scalpel. While trying to understand Rachel’s last words, a vet tech had heard Theda scream and runs in to find her holding Rachel’s body with the bloody murder weapon in her hand.

Theda is arrested, released on bail, and loses her job all within a few days. She and Bill, her ex-cop boyfriend, have been having problems too. Bill is willing to help, but his work keeps him busy most days and nights giving them not too much time for a lot of talk about what has passed and what’s to be in the future. Bill urges her to let the police do their job. But Theda wants to do a little snooping to find the killer as she believes the police have not started a search since they have her as a prime suspect. This involves Theda looking into animal shelter politics and threats, and questioning her friends at the city shelter. She has to juggle the time she has between Bill, Musetta, her friends, wanting to get her job back, and finding clues to the killer before she becomes a target herself.

The well-developed plot of Probable Claws keeps the reader guessing. There are a surprising number of suspects to consider, some less obvious than others. Theda is an interesting amateur sleuth with plenty of conflict in her life, but she balances her priorities very well. And it's hard not to enjoy the interaction Theda has with her cats, in particular Musetta. While cat lovers will be drawn to Probable Claws for its feline characters, it's the overall book itself that will have mystery readers looking forward to the next in the series.

Special thanks to guest reviewer Betty of The Betz Review for contributing her review of Probable Claws and to Poisoned Pen Press for providing an ARC of the book for this review.

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Synopsis (from the publisher): When cats start getting sick, feline-loving freelance writer Theda Krakow suspects an accident is to blame. But her shelter-owning rocker buddy Violet claims the contaminated kibble was poisoned.

When Theda starts looking at shelter politics she finds a number of people who could have happily committed this heinous crime. The city shelter may be backing down from a healthy pet initiative, a series of threatening letters suggests a darker motive, and old-fashioned jealousy may factor in as well. The pressure mounts as Theda’s editor grabs onto the idea of a hot story—and dangles a prime job as bait.

But how can Theda investigate when feelings run so high?

As the music scene rallies to raise funds to save the cats, Theda finds herself on the outs with both her buddies and her longtime boyfriend Bill.

And when she’s caught at a murder scene, bloody scalpel in hand and only her beloved cat Musetta as a witness to what really happened, Theda must scramble to find the real killer before she, and Musetta, become the next victims.

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Friends of Mystery Announces Winner of 2009 Spotted Owl Award

Mystery Book Awards: The Edgars, The Agathas, The Anthonys, and many more.

Friends of Mystery, a non-profit literary/educational organization headquartered in Portland, Oregon, has announced that this year's winner of the for the best mystery by a Pacific Northwest author is Executive Privilege by Phillip Margolin (HarperCollins), a legal thriller partly set in Oregon and involving the possibility that the President might be a serial killer.

Margolin, a Portland attorney and author, is an original member and longtime supporter of Friends of Mystery.

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Games of Mystery: The Legend of Crystal Valley, New at Big Fish Games

Games of Mystery

, your source for mystery-themed electronic and board games, parties for kids and adults, and mystery getaway vacations, is pleased to announce the availability of a new mystery game from Big Fish Games released today. You can find out more about these games by visiting our page or by clicking on the links provided below.

The Legend of Crystal Valley

Eve has returned to her childhood home only to find out that her father is missing! Help Eve track down her father and learn all about The Legend of Crystal Valley by solving complex puzzles. This adventure game will take you deep into Crystal Valley and introduce you to the inhabitants as you unravel this magical mystery. Can you find Eve’s father and figure out his place in Crystal Valley?

The Legend of Crystal Valley may be downloaded and purchased for as little as $6.99 with the Big Fish Game Club Jumbo Pack. A sample version (77.17 MB) may be downloaded and played for free for one hour; the full version is 444.20 MB.

Watch a preview video below:

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Other popular games on our page include several and games, games in the series and in particular the latest, Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst, Adventure Chronicles: The Search for Lost Treasure, Syberia and Syberia II, The Serpent of Isis, James Patterson's Women's Murder Club: A Darker Shade of Grey, and Nick Chase: A Detective Story.

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Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Mystery Book Review: Long Lost by Harlan Coben

Mysterious Reviews, mysteries reviewed by the Hidden Staircase Mystery Books, is publishing a new review of Long Lost by Harlan Coben. For our blog readers, we are printing it first here in advance of its publication on our website.

Long Lost by Harlan Coben

by
A Myron Bolitar Mystery

Dutton (Hardcover)
ISBN-10: 0-525-95105-9 (0525951059)
ISBN-13: 978-0-525-95105-6 (9780525951056)
Publication Date: March 2009
List Price: $27.95

Review: Sports and entertainment agent Myron Bolitar takes on a personal case when he's called to help out an former love not seen in 10 years in Long Lost, the ninth mystery in this series by Harlan Coben.

Terese Collins disappeared from Bolitar's life as quickly as she entered it. Ten years have passed since their brief, but intensely satisfying, affair took place on a tropical island. Now she's calling him, begging him to meet her in Paris. Curious about the urgency, but also hoping to rekindle the passion they once shared, he agrees only to discover she's a suspect in the murder of her ex-husband. When Bolitar is threatened at an outdoor cafe, and kills a man in self-defense, he's whisked out of France to England by his closest friend, Win Lockwood, and becomes a fugitive himself. But it is in England where Bolitar discovers the story behind Terese's current predicament, when she lost her only daughter in a tragic automobile accident many years ago. As he struggles to connect the death of a young girl to the murder of her father, the stakes are raised when anti-terrorist agencies take an interest in his investigation and assume he's in possession of information that they need ... and will get any way possible.

Readers will be sorely tempted to finish Long Lost in one setting. The narrative is taut, the pace relentless. That the author takes more than a few convenient shortcuts to advance the plot is perfectly reasonable; tangential and likely lengthy detours would simply be an unacceptable compromise here. The riveting action scenes are crisply choreographed, and the characters, in particular series leads Bolitar and Win, are in fine form. The potentially trite plot, which notably shares many key story elements with Ira Levin's 1976 thriller The Boys from Brazil, gets a 21st century update with modern technology and a new generation of fundamentalists.

Minor quibbles include jokes about Mee that wear thin very quickly (but maybe that's the point) and Bolitar's occasional sarcastic interaction with the reader. Still, the three-year pause between Bolitar thrillers may be just what was needed to refresh this series; though far from masterful, Long Lost is one of Coben's most entertaining efforts.

Special thanks to Penguin Group for providing a copy of Long Lost for this review.

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Synopsis (from the publisher): Myron Bolitar hasn't heard from Terese Collins since their torrid affair ended ten years ago, so her desperate phone call from Paris catches him completely off guard. In a shattering admission, Terese reveals the tragic story behind her disappearance-her struggles to get pregnant, the greatest moment of her life when her baby was born ... and the fatal accident that robbed her of it all: her marriage, her happiness and her beloved only daughter.

Now a suspect in the murder of her ex-husband in Paris, Terese has nowhere else to turn for help. Myron heeds the call. But then a startling piece of evidence turns the entire case upside down, laying bare Terese's long-buried family secrets ... and the very real possibility that her daughter may still be alive.

In grave danger from unknown assailants in a country where nothing is as it seems, Myron and Terese race to stay a step ahead of Homeland Security, Interpol, and Mossad. Soon they are working at breakneck pace, not only to learn what really happened to Terese's long-lost little girl-but to uncover a sinister plot with shocking global implications.

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Press Release: Christopher Valen Wins The Garcia Prize for Best Fiction Book of the Year

Mystery Novelist Awarded The Garcia Prize for Best Fiction Book of the Year:
Christopher Valen Wins Prestigious Honor for debut novel, White Tombs

White Tombs by Christopher Valen

St. Paul (MN) – Mystery novelist Christopher Valen has been awarded The Garcia Prize for his debut mystery, White Tombs. An annual award presented in conjunction with the national Reader Views Book Awards, The Garcia Prize is awarded to the best fiction book of the year. White Tombs also won Best Mystery of the Year honors.

White Tombs (Conquil Press, ISBN: 978-0980001723, $14.95, Mystery) introduces protagonist Detective John Santana. When a prominent leader of St. Paul’s close-knit Hispanic community is murdered, Detective Santana promises the widow he will bring down the killer.

Despite the snow and bitter cold, the case heats up quickly—suspects are killed before they can be questioned; Santana’s alcoholic partner’s trigger finger draws the attention of Internal Affairs; a sexually explicit photo of a murder victim surfaces in an unlikely place; a snow plow becomes a deadly weapon; and police brass threaten to pull Santana off the case.

Hunted by an assassin out for revenge, his violent Colombian past, and the younger sister he left behind, Santana’s simple vow to a dead man’s wife could be the oath that costs him his life. Everybody knows Minnesota winters can be deadly. But if the weather doesn’t kill Detective John Santana, the bullets might.

A chilling, harrowing, and suspenseful tale, White Tombs has garnered lavish praise, including:

“Valen's debut police procedural provides enough plot twists to keep readers engrossed.” – Library Journal

“A superb police procedural starring a fascinating lead detective. Santana is a wonderful new addition to the sub-genre.” – Harriet Klausner, The Mystery Gazette

“This book goes well beyond just being a detective story. The characters are fantastically well-developed and the writing is solid and elegant.” – Reader Views

"Truly a 5-star read." – Armchair Interviews

"John Santana puts Valen's police procedural in a class of its own.” – Abigail Davis, author of Hanging Katherine Garret

"Fast-paced, suspense-filled, and packed with accurate detail. A gripping story of revenge, murder and official corruption." – Brian Lutterman, author of Bound to Die and Poised to Kill

Christopher Valen (www.christophervalen.com) is a writer and college professor who lives with his wife in the St. Paul, Minnesota area. Valen’s second novel, The Black Minute, will be released in September 2009 by North Star Press. White Tombs is available wherever fine books are sold. The Reader Views Awards is an annual literary awards program that recognizes excellence in independent publishing. Founded in 2005, Reader Views (www.readerviews.com) is based in Austin, Texas.

Members of the news media wishing to request additional information, or a review copy of White Tombs, are kindly asked to contact Maryglenn McCombs by phone – (615) 297-9875, or by email – [email protected].

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Harlequin Worldwide Mystery Titles for April 2009

eHarlequin.com has announced the April 2009 titles for their Worldwide imprint, your partner in crime. Amateur sleuths, traditional cozies, police procedurals and private-eye fiction, written by award-winning authors. To purchase any of the books below, click on the book title or the book cover. (Previous months titles can be found on the backlist page.)

The Blood Ballad by Rett MacPherson

The Blood Ballad by
A Torie O'Shea Mystery (11th in series)

The roots of her family tree get tangled in murder when New Kassel, Missouri, genealogist Torie O'Shea discovers shocking information about her fiddler grandfather, John Robert Keith. Not only did he have ties to a popular Ozark Depression-era band called the Morgan Family Players, but he apparently wrote many of the songs, for which he received no credit. Before Torie can sort out fact from fiction, she stumbles upon the body of a Morgan descendant, grandson Cliff Weaver, beaten to death and stuffed in an old trunk.

Adding to the grim discovery, Torie receives a CD mailed to her by the victim before he died. On it is a blood ballad that tells the tale of the murder of Belle Morgan, who disappeared years earlier. And when the song leads Torie to Belle's remains, Torie races to solve murders past and present … as family ties become deadly.

Secrets Dark and Deep by Anne White

Secrets Dark and Deep by
A Lake George Mystery (4th in series)

Fall has arrived in the beautiful Lake George resort town of Emerald Point—and with it comes a murder mystery as old as a deadly secret. Mayor Loren Graham is pulled into the tangled mess, despite the local sheriff's orders to stick to politics, when a neighbor drags her to the ruins of an old home, where a woman's skeleton lies half-buried.

Local residents, including a newly returned travel writer who left town amidst scandal many years before, and Loren's own reclusive neighbor, understand the significance of the body—identified as a college girl who disappeared twenty-five years earlier. Soon Loren is pulled into the dark past…and the haunting present, where a killer waits to strike. Because some secrets are still worth killing for—and, worse, Loren is about to discover why.

Marked by Fate by Laura Bradford

Marked by Fate by
A Jenkins and Burns Mystery (3rd in series)

Newspaper reporter Elise Jenkins enrolls in a journalism class and finds herself interpreting a strange story of murder when her teacher, Hannah Daltry, is found strangled. What makes the case unusual is that more than three decades ago, when Hannah was just seven, she witnessed a bank robbery by hiding under a desk. Two of the robbers were killed, and one escaped. Is Hannah's murder related to this thirty-five-year-old crime? Or to something else entirely?

Elise's fiancĂ©, detective Mitch Burns, is working all the angles, but it's Elise's nose for a story that leads her through the twists and turns of the mystery—and the secrets that surround Hannah's life…and death. Convinced the killer is someone in the writing class, Elise follows her instincts, connecting the dots of yesterday's crime to the modern face of a killer.

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Harlequin Mira Mystery and Suspense Titles for April 2009

eHarlequin.com has announced the April 2009 titles for their Mira imprint, the brightest stars in women's fiction. From all titles available, we've only listed those that are mystery, thriller, or suspense on this page. To purchase any of the books below, click on the book title or the book cover. (Previous months titles can be found on the backlist page.)

Cypress Nights by Stella Cameron

Cypress Nights by Stella Cameron
Non-series

Roche Savage is a talented psychiatrist with an insatiable—some might say kinky—sex drive. He's always avoided gentle, reserved women because he knows that if he loses control. Unfortunately, he spies reticent Bleu Labeau, a young widow who has come to Toussaint to start a new school—Bleu, who was taught that sex is dirty, wrong and best performed in the dark.

The school has unleashed another passion, as well. When bodies start turning up, the local sheriff and the townspeople must fend for themselves. Taking the lead, Roche and Bleu race to unravel the mystery. But when it's revealed that all the victims are former patients of Roche, speculation arises that the people of Toussaint may not be looking for a stranger, but one of their own.

The Warrior by Sharon Sala

The Warrior by Sharon Sala
Non-series

John Nightwalker is a strong, rugged Native American soldier who has seen many battles. While hunting down an old enemy, he crosses paths with Alicia Ponte. On the run from her father—a powerful arms manufacturer—Alicia seeks to expose her father's traitorous crimes of selling weapons to our enemies in Iraq. But Richard Ponte will do anything to stay below the radar … even if it means killing his own daughter.

Drawn to the mystery that surrounds Alicia, John feels compelled to protect her. Together they travel through the beautiful yet brutal Arizona desert to uncover deadly truths and bring her father to justice. But their journey is about to take an unexpected turn … one that goes deep into the past.

Bronx Justice by Joseph Teller

Bronx Justice by
A Jaywalker Mystery (2nd in series)

It is the late 1970s and criminal defense attorney Harrison J. Walker, better known as Jaywalker for his rebellious tactics, is struggling to build his own practice when he receives a call from a desperate mother. Her son, Darren Kingston, has been arrested for raping five white women in Castle Hill, an area of the Bronx long forgotten by the city.

A young, good-looking black man, Darren is positively identified by four of the victims as the fifth prepares to do the same. Everyone—from the prosecution to the community at large—sees this as an open-and-shut case with solid eyewitness testimony. Everyone, that is, except Jaywalker.

The young attorney looks deep into the crimes, studying both the characters involved and the character of our society. What he finds will haunt him for the rest of his career.

Nightwalker by Heather Graham

Nightwalker by Heather Graham
Non-series

Jessy Sparhawk has seen firsthand how gambling can ruin people's lives. But one night, desperate for money, she places the bet that will change her life forever. Just as she's collecting her winnings, a man stumbles through the crowd, a knife protruding from his back, and crashes into her, pinning her to the craps table.

Hired to investigate the murder, private detective Dillon Wolf finds himself fascinated by the gorgeous redhead who'd been trapped beneath the victim—and by the single word the dying man had whispered in her ear. Indigo.

What neither of them realizes is that the nightmare is only just beginning. Because bodyguard Tanner Green may have been killed by that knife, but his angry ghost isn't going anywhere—not without vengeance. Now, literally caught between the living and the dead, Dillon and Jessy have no choice but to forge ahead together. Their investigation will take them from the glitz of the Vegas strip into the dealings of casino magnate Emil Landon, the man who signs both their paychecks, and out into the desert to a ghost town called Indigo, where past and present come together in a search for gold.

Years ago, blood was shed on that very ground, and now it looks as if history is about to repeat itself, with the living and the dead facing off for possession of a fortune, and Dillon and Jessy fighting not only to stay alive but for the chance to build a future.

4 Bodies and a Funeral by Stephanie Bond

4 Bodies and a Funeral by Stephanie Bond
A Body Movers Mystery (4th in series)

Ever had one of those days? A surprise visit from her father—who's on the run from the law—has given Carlotta Wren a lot to think about. Should she join her former fiancĂ©, Peter, in proving her father is innocent? If she does, are her body-moving days over?

And then …

A close friend's behavior begins to spin out of control …
The cops turn up the heat on her father's case …
Carlotta discovers that her brother Wesley's gambling debts are child's play compared to his new vice …
And the Charmed Killer, a serial murderer, unleashes his wrath on Atlanta.

Now the bodies are piling up—and Carlotta's father is the number one suspect!

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