A woman, naked, bloody, and dazed, stumbles out in front of a car one freezing night, and Lieutenant Eve Dallas springs into action.
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They say there are only two things you can count on, but that was before DEATH discovered the sands running out of his own timer. Seems he’s developing, ahem, a personality.
Fulfilling a pledge made before the Battle of the Somme, five officers meet in Paris only to be stalked by a murderous driver, pushing them off the roads, one by one.
The forces of Hell are coming, and they want Charley banished and Beep used for a portal. But Charley and Reyes are more determined, especially when Razer comes back through the god glass.
Discovering that “me first” isn’t always good and knowing that your brother or sister is right there with a helping hand causes Hal and Martha to reconsider.
An epidemic is killing Britain’s dragons. The only fighting dragons left are Temeraire and the ferals, desperate to prevent Napoleon discovering the hole in their defenses.
Audrey’s anxiety disorder is debilitating, and it takes Linus to push her into trying, all within the laughing you’ll do as you read teen sarcasm about her family.
Sherlock Holmes and Watson follow the twists and turns of this case that begins with a beleaguered art dealer and ends in the corrupt bowels of government.
Someone is kidnapping and murdering women, and Casey, Dalton, and Will must find out if it’s an outsider or if its games-playing by the Council that owns Rockton.
Murder stalks the guests at a luxurious Yorkshire time-share, and Duncan Kincaid can’t resist stirring the pot behind the local policemen’s backs.