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In #1 New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris's "Dahlia Underground," venerable vampire Dahlia Lynley-Chivers survives an attack by an anti-vampire terrorist group, only to show them they tried to blow up the wrong bloodsucker.Bailey Ruth Raeburn, a ghost assigned to assist humans in trouble, steps into the middle of a marital dispute with surprising twists in Carolyn Hart's "Riding High...
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Dahlia underground / Charlaine Harris
Hixton / William Kent Krueger
Small change / Margaret Maron
The trespassers / Brendan DuBois
Madeeda / Harley Jane Kozak
House of horrors / S. W. Hubbard
Sift, almost invisible, through / Jeffrey Somers
The bedroom door / Elaine Viets
The conqueror worm / Barbara D'Amato
In memory of the sibylline / Lou Kemp
The bloodflower / Martin Meyers
The awareness / Terrie Farley Moran
Tadesville / Jack Fredrickson
Limbo / Steve Brewer
The insider / Mike Wiecek
Swing shift / Dana Cameron
Riding high / Carolyn Hart
Grave matter / Max Allan Collins and Mickey Spillane
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