We have many, many books, used and new, that are not listed on our website, about 25,000 in all. Come in and browse and find a treasure, or give us a call or drop us an email to inquire. You can also download our PDF catalog, featuring cozies, British, Historicals, International Mysteries, Noir and more. Some of our inventory is older and so some of these titles will be first come, first served. You can email us your order and we’ll get back to you shortly with a total; you can pay us via check or credit card. We’re offering a 15% discount on all our titles as well as free shipping via media mail in the continental U.S.
You can also search our inventory and order titles via our ABE Books page.
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“We are defined not so much by what we’re reading, as by what we’re reading next.”
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Signed books available soon:
Let us know if you want an inscription! Just email us to reserve a signed copy.
Body on Baker Street, Vicki Delany
The Trickster’s Lullaby, Barbara Fradkin
Signed books still available:
The Jukebox Kings, Doug Allyn
Murder in St. Germain, Cara Black
On Her Majesty’s Frightfully Secret Service, Rhys Bowen
The Marsh King’s Daughter, Karen Dionne
The Chalk Pit, Elly Griffiths
Exit Strategy, Steve Hamilton
War, Spies and Bobby Sox, Libby Fischer Hellmann
August Snow, Stephen Mack Jones
Manitou Canyon, William Kent Krueger
The Day I Died, Lori Rader-Day
A Twisted Vengeance, Candace Robb
Never Let You Go, Chevy Stevens
Check out our “Best of 2016” list.
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Aunt Agatha’s won the 2014 Raven Award, presented by Mystery Writers of America! Established in 1953, the award recognizes outstanding achievement in the mystery field outside the realm of creative writing.
We are absolutely thrilled and astonished to be the recipient of the Raven Award! We feel we have been privileged for twenty-one years to share our passion for mysteries with readers and to put forward the work of writers we love. We are really grateful to the Mystery Writers of America for this wonderful honor.
—Robin and Jamie
This video by Kelly Nichols was shown at the ceremony: