Monday, June 8, 2015

Summer Mystery Sale! Buy 4 Mysteries and Get Your 5th FREE!

Dying for a good mystery? Daedalus has got you covered! Purchase four mysteries from our special selection and get a 5th mystery for FREE! Don't miss out on this great offer. Visit our special page here and stock up for the summer!

Here are just a few of the titles available:

The Mysterium: A Hugh Corbett Medieval Mystery

This 17th mystery in P.C. Doherty's superbly detailed historical series—following The Waxman Murders and Nightshade—opens in February 1304. London is coming to terms with the fall from power of Walter Evesham, chief justice in the Court of the King's Bench, just as a series of brutal murders shocks the populace. Accused of bribery and corruption, Evesham has sought sanctuary to atone for his sins, but when he is discovered dead in his cell at the Abbey of Sion, it appears that the killer known as the Mysterium, once brought to justice by Evesham, may have returned. Sir Hugh Corbett is tasked with discovering whether this foe is indeed the Mysterium or an even more cunning imitator.

To Davy Jones Below: A Daisy Dalrymple Mystery

With the peal of wedding bells still ringing in their ears, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple and her new husband Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard embark on an ocean trip to America, in this ninth mystery in Carola Dunn's long-running cozy series (following Rattle His Bones). The honeymooning pair are joined by a coterie of fellow travelers, including American industrialist Caleb P. Arbuckle, his millionaire friend Jethro Gotobed, and his new wife Wanda, an ex-showgirl with huge ambitions. But soon the pleasant prospect of the voyage descends into an atmosphere rife with chaos, intrigue, and ugly rumors, followed by a series of suspicious accidents and a sudden death. And with harsh weather and rough seas brewing, it's up to Daisy and Alec to uncover the passengers' tangled
secrets and hidden agendas.

The Sound and the Furry: A Chet and Bernie Mystery

In this sixth installment of a sharp and witty mystery series that shows no signs of slowing down, canine narrator Chet and his human partner PI Bernie Little are handed a hard case in the Big Easy when they happen upon a prison work crew that includes Frenchie Boutette, an old criminal pal. It seems Frenchie's brother Ralph, the one white sheep in their Louisiana family, has gone missing. Chet and Bernie head down to New Orleans, and Chet discovers a world of sights, smells, and tastes that are like nothing he's ever encountered—and uncovers a world of trouble involving family feuds, stolen shrimp, Big Oil, and a legendary bayou gator named Iko.

What are some of your favorite mystery novels?  Please share in the comments.


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