The Complete Passport to Crime

The Complete Passport to Crime

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Billy Boyle by James R. Benn set in WWII Europe

Murder in the Marais by Cara Black set in Paris

Rock Paper Tiger by Lisa Brackmann set in China

Chinatown Beat by Henry Chang set in Chinatown, New York City

The Last Kashmiri Rose by Barbara Cleverly set in Calcutta, India

The Coroner’s Lunch by Colin Cotterill set in Laos

The Dragon Man by Garry Disher set in Australia

Jack of Spies by David Downing set in China

Zoo Station by David Downing set in Berlin

Blood of the Wicked by Leighton Gage set in Brazil

Siren of the Waters by Michael Genelin set in Slovakia

Crashed by Timothy Hallinan set in Hollywood

The Bishop’s Wife by Mette Ivie Harrison set in Draper, Utah

Slow Horses by Mick Herron set in London

White Sky, Black Ice by Stan Jones set in Alaska

The Boy in the Suitcase by Lene Kaaberbol and Agnete Friis set in Copenhagen

Ghost Month by Ed Lin set in Taipei

Jade Lady Burning by Martin Limon set in Japan

The Last Detective by Peter Lovesey set in Bath, England

Wobble to Death by Peter Lovesey set in England

Random Violence by Jassy Mackenzie set in Johannesburg

Death in the Off-season by Francine Mathews set in Nantucket Island

Eye for an Eye by T. Frank Muir set in St. Andrews, Scotland

Death of an Englishman by Magdalen Nabb set in Florence, Italy

The Ghosts of Belfast by Stuart Neville set in Belfast

The Collaborator of Bethlehem by Matt Rees set in Palestine

The Woman Who Married a Bear by John Straley set in Sitka, Alaska

Detective Inspector Huss by Helene Tursten set in Goteborg, Sweden

Outsider in Amsterdam by Janwillem Van De Wetering set in Amsterdam

Another Sun by Timothy Williams set in Guadeloupe, Caribbean

Converging Parallels by Timothy Williams set in Italy

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Praise for Books in the Series

“[A] tapestry of colonial misrule. ” Publishers Weekly on Another Sun

“The talented Downing is off and running once again.” –Booklist on Jack of Spies

“Stylish and engaging.” The Washington Post on Slow Horses

“Lin is an astonishing talent.” –Junot Diaz on Ghost Month

“Loved loved loved Crashed, Tim Hallinan’s first Junior Bender mystery. Great narrative voice, complex plot, 3-D characters. Hallinan’s deft comic tone and colorful characters have earned him comparisons to Donald Westlake and Carl Hiassen. Check it out now.” —Nancy Pearl

“This book has got it all—an instant classic.” —Lee Child on Billy Boyle

“Add the voice of Helen Tursten to the list of mystery writers who know how to craft a truly satisfying police procedural.” Philadelphia Inquirer on Detective Inspector Huss

“[Janwillem Van de Wetering] is doing what Simenon might have done if Albert Camus had sublet his skull.”—John Leonard

Zoo Station hooked me on the first page.” Huffington Post UK

“Mr. Genelin [author of Siren of the Waters] seems incapable of writing a dull page.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“Neatly plotted and well written. It is a more than sparkling debut.”Times Literary Supplement on Death of an Englishman

“A new generation of crime writers is trying to put apartheid and modern South Africa in focus … [Random Violence is] a thought-provoking book.”Portland Oregonian

“Top notch … controversial and entirely absorbing.”The New York Times Book Review on Blood of the Wicked

“The first volume in Lovesey’s beloved Peter Diamond series has a handsome new 20th-anniversary edition” Entertainment Weekly

“[W]hat a great gift any of Limon’s six mysteries starring Army Sgts. George Sueno and Ernie Bascom would make for those mystery lovers who haven’t yet discovered them! … Imbued with affecting characters, a morally knotty storyline, and a last chapter that just plain stuns.” —Maureen Corrigan on Jade Lady Burning

“A tightly spun web worthy of a classic spy thriller…. Leduc’s City of Light is a stylish, dangerous place.” Washington Post Book World on Murder in the Marais

“Neville’s novel is a coldly lucid assessment of the fragility of the Irish peace … a rare example of legitimate noir fiction.” New York Times Book Review

“Trooper Active proves such an interesting and likable guide that the selfish reader can’t but hope Nathan won’t get that Anchorage transfer for at least a few more books.” Wall Street Journal