Penny keeps the reader guessing until the end . . . The Madness of Crowds moves at a brisk pace, with each chapter drawing the reader forward into the next.
Shay Rynne grew up in the Corporation Flats ― public housing ― in Fenian Street, Dublin. He has always toyed with the idea of joining the Garda Síochána, the Irish police. But in the early 1970s, young fellows from the tenements of Dublin have not been welcomed in the police force. When his friend Rosaleen is killed and the case goes unsolved, Shay decides to put on the uniform of a Dublin garda and sets out to find the killer.
The Freemasons' Most Worshipful Grand Master has been murdered. His body has been laid out in the ritualistic Chamber of Reflection at the Masonic Temple, surrounded by centuries of secrets. Royal Newfoundland Constabulary Insp. Nicholas Myra and Cst. Donna Whiffen dig through thousands of years of history, secrets, scandals, and symbols in a hunt for the killer.
Constable Nell Munro is angry and in danger of losing her job. A teacher, Jay Tuck, has been found dead, a crooked knife nearby. A two—spirit Innu youth named Pashin is the main suspect, but Nell doesn't buy it.
A thrilling novel about two people stranded under mysterious circumstances in the South China Sea, battling the memories of the crimes that haunt them.
In the town of Maples Springs dark forces are at play as people go missing, heartbreak that residents just brush off, while Lucinda Mayweather strikes a deal with something in the shadows for the most precious thing in the world, and nothing will stop her from getting what she desires.
Though State of Terror revolves around a different cast of characters, and different settings, than most of Penny’s other books, many of the core elements that make the Gamache series so appealing remain.
In A Rip Through Time, New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong introduces a brand-new series mixing mystery, romance, and fantasy with thrilling results.
Hope Sze escapes for a romantic weekend away at the Rumrunner's Rest, a Roaring Twenties inn once celebrated both for Prohibition's best alcohol and the smoothest jazz bands north of the Detroit River.
Gina Malone, a bestselling relationships advice author and expert on exes, meddles in other people's affairs for a living. It makes for enemies. One of them is scaring her to death.
In Three for Trinity, the third book in the Sebastian Synard Mystery series, offbeat humour meets suspense as a nefarious crime unfolds.
When a man disappears, the police conclude he is simply fleeing an unhappy home and a mountain of debt. Then a body is discovered. Inspector Green’s daughter, a rookie patrol officer, fears that her actions precipitated the murder and starts to dig for answers. Her search leads her straight into the path of danger. And another body.
Death on Darby's Island is a murder-mystery set in the outport community of Darby's Island in the mid-seventies.
The Hanged Woman’s Daughter Newfoundland, 1835 Where does a person go when she loses her family, her home, and her place in a community? What can she do when she feels she doesn’t belong anywhere and to anyone? The disappearance of John Snow from Salmon Cove is shrouded in mystery.
Maddy Bell was just eight years old when she was sent away for the murder of a two year old boy living in the rural town of St. George, New Brunswick.