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  • A Prisoner in Malta: A Christopher Marlowe Mystery
    Phillip DePoy
    Hardcover: 01/26/2016
     
    The year is 1583, and someone's plotting to kill Queen Elizabeth I. The Queen's spymaster turns to a brilliant...
  • The Killing Way
    Tony Hays
    Paperback: 03/02/2010
     
    When a young woman is brutally murdered and the blame is placed at Merlin’s feet, Arthur’s ...
  • Year of The Hyenas
    Brad Geagley
    Paperback: 08/05/2008
     
    A murder mystery set in ancient Egypt that merges historical fact and speculation with a nail-biting crime ...
  • Wine of Violence
    Priscilla Royal
    Paperback: 01/30/2006
     
    'With its intriguing plot, chilling conclusion and characters who exhibit universal and timeless feelings,...

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