Book List in Order:14 titles

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    Love and murder in Key West. Tropical storms come and go, but human nature remains deadly all year long. Young Meggie Trevor, cast adrift emotionally--and into jeopardy--by the apparent death of her CIA agent father, takes on all the villains that ro...


  • An uneasy man in a brutal business: Nine stories, including the Edgar-nominated "Marley's Revolution," follow CIA case officer Charles Marley in his career of lies and seduction. He is adept, according to the people who run him, at turning other coun...


  • "One of the most surreal, savage and compelling crime novels I've ever read . . . wholly original in story and so witty and elegant and brutal by turns you just don't want to let go of it."--Ed Gorman A year after the death of his wife, Clete Dowski ...


  • Publishers Weekly: "A mix of old-line Commies, red-diaper babies and more recent Russian emigres. . . . Engaging." Tamar Gillespie, a young artist married to a disabled policeman, cares nothing for the political passions that roiled her small Connect...


  • F. Paul Wilson: "I love a good science thriller, and this one is a helluva read."Starred Review, Publishers Weekly: "Superior science fiction thriller. . . . Boland's taut atmospherics are top-notch, and the evolutionary themes he explores are easily...


  • LOVE & MURDER IN KEY WEST: Meggie Trevor (LAST ISLAND SOUTH) is back, ashamed she's working security for the guy who wants to be Porn King of the Florida Keys. Her mother had better not find out! Mixing it up with arts patrons, amateur sex stars, and...


  • USA Today called JOHN C. BOLAND's debut novel EASY MONEY (St. Martin's Press) an "Entertaining whodunit. Great fun!" In Boland's new Key West thriller, LAST ISLAND SOUTH, novice investigator Meggie Trevor is so broke she'll take on any client who pay...


  • 2012 Edgar nominee John C. Boland's "Last Island South" was nominated by both the International Thriller Writers Association and the Private Eye Writers of America as "best short story" in 2009. Here are two dozen Boland stories from Alfred Hitchcock...


  • Richard Welles, the younger son of a Baltimore investment-banking family, is out for a rough-weather sail with his wife Anne when they rescue the young daughter of a real estate tycoon from a plane crash in the Chesapeake Bay. The child's father, Har...






  • New York stockbroker Don McCarry is always open to a deal, even when the deal leads to a shifty bunch running a desert farming company in Israel. What he finds isn't all bad news: There's a shapely Sabra named Esther who's more than willing to show h...


  • Financial machinations leading to violence and greed involve corporate financial advisor Richard Wells in a complex web when he decides to investigate a financially troubled company that he had personally advised...


  • Stockbroker Donald McCarry is on the French Riviera enjoying an undeserved vacation. His mission: to keep a golden-egg-laying client from squandering McCarry's potential earnings on a shaky movie deal. But then a deja vu brush with death starts to wa...


  • When fresh money hits The Street, it's stockbroker Donald McCarry's business to know about it. And when it's a halfbillion-dollar investment pool, it's McCarry's pleasure. Gentlemanly Gustav Raab's funds, flipped a few times a year, can provide McCar...