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Who painted my money white: When greed drives everything else and everything has a price (Money series Book 1)

A ship carrying 2 containers, each containing Rs.5000 crores in 500- and 1000-rupee notes, docks in the dark of night at Kochi. The money is quickly distributed to members of a minority community using a network of 100 Chartered accountants. The bulk of the money finds its way back into fake firms, shell corporations and charities with the sole aim of destabilizing the country.

The Lost Symbol
The Lost Symbol Sented by Emma

Famed Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon answers an unexpected summons to appear at the U.S. Capitol Building. His plans are interrupted when a disturbing object—artfully encoded with five symbols—is discovered in the building. Langdon recognizes in the find an ancient invitation into a lost world of esoteric, potentially dangerous wisdom.

Kill Marmot
Kill Marmot Sented by Luis

Following a mail truck after he gets seriously lost in rural Washington state, Kevin finds himself in a tiny, remote town that has no phone service, no Internet, no regular mail service (the mail truck is private), and a population of 32. But it does have paved roads, a Town Hall that could service a city of 30,000, a vegetarian cafe, a tasteful bar, a resident artist, and a Montessori school. And right outside the grand Town Hall is a six-foot statue of a marmot.

Dwindling Sands (The Hourglass Killer Trilogy Series Book 1)

Unrequited love: defined as love not reciprocated or returned in kind. Unrequited love becomes the bane of police detective Tess Champion’s existence in the town of Aurora, Colorado. Unrequited love will soon become the bane of several other women’s existence as well.

Digital Fortress
Digital Fortress Sented by Luis

Before the multi-million, runaway bestseller The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown set his razor-sharp research and storytelling skills on the most powerful intelligence organization on earth--the National Security Agency (NSA)--in this thrilling novel, Digital Fortress.

The Abandoned Room
The Abandoned Room Sented by Jacob

The Abandoned Room, published in 1917, is a classic mystery novel written by Charles Wadsworth Camp. The book starts out with the mysterious death of Bobby Blackburn's grandfather.

The Beetle
The Beetle Sented by Luis

The Beetle: A Mystery By Richard Marsh The Beetle (or The Beetle: A Mystery) is an 1897 horror novel by the British writer Richard Marsh, in which a polymorphous Ancient Egyptian entity seeks revenge on a British Member of Parliament. It initially out-sold Bram Stoker's similar horror story Dracula, which appeared the same year. The story is told from four points of view, which generally flow from each other with limited scene repetition. In order, the four narrators are Robert Holt, Sydney Atherton, Marjorie Lindon, and Augustus Champnell.

The Stretton Street Affair

The whole circumstances Of the Stretton Street Affair were so complicated and so amazing from start to finish that, had the facts been related to me, I confess I Should never have for a moment given them credence.

The Seven Secrets
The Seven Secrets Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A timeless whodunit about the unusual murder of one of London’s elite and the twisting and treacherous investigation to find the true killer 

The Hand Of Fu Manchu
The Hand Of Fu Manchu Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Sax Rohmer was born on February 15th, 1883 as Arthur Henry Sarsfield in Birmingham to working class parents. Rohmer started his career as a civil servant but soon had ambitions to write full time. Not content with just fiction he wrote poetry, songs as well as comedy sketches for music hall performers. From these varied beginnings he reinvented himself as Sax Rohmer

Bat Wing
Bat Wing Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Arthur Henry Sarsfield Ward (1883-1959), better known as Sax Rohmer, was a prolific English novelist. He is most remembered for his series of novels featuring the master criminal Dr. Fu Manchu.

Arson Plus
Arson Plus Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Dashiell Hammett is the undisputed master of hardboiled detective fiction, and one of the greatest mystery writers of all time

The Memory of Mars
The Memory of Mars Sented by Rebecca

"As soon as I'm well we'll go to Mars for a vacation again," Alice would say. But now she was dead, and the surgeons said she was not even human. In his misery, Hastings knew two things: he loved his wife; but they had never been off Earth

When Rogues Fall Out
When Rogues Fall Out Sented by Cameron

Meet Mr Toke, a dubious connoisseur of fine antiques who deals in fabulous objets d’art and doesn’t mind how he acquires them.

The stoneware monkey
The stoneware monkey Sented by Emma

R(ichard) Austin Freeman (April 11, 1862 London - September 28, 1943 Gravesend) was a British writer of detective stories, mostly featuring the medico-legal forensic investigator Dr Thorndyke. He invented the inverted detective story and used some of his early experiences as a colonial surgeon in his novels

The Shadow of the Wolf
The Shadow of the Wolf Sented by Rebecca

ABOUT half-past eight on a fine, sunny June morning a small yacht crept out of Sennen Cove, near the Land's End, and headed for the open sea.

The Penrose Mystery
The Penrose Mystery Sented by Emma

Penrose is an eccentric old man in possession of some dazzling gems, which he won't insure. When Dr Thorndyke is alerted to a burglary at his house, a scrap of paper is found with the word 'lobster' on it along with two Latin words. Meanwhile, Penrose has fled in panic after a car accident.

The Mystery at Number 31, New Inn
The Mystery at Number 31, New Inn Sented by Sarah Gerdes

New Inn, the background of this story, and one of the last surviving inns of Chancery, has recently passed away after upwards of four centuries of newness.

The Jacob Street Mystery
The Jacob Street Mystery Sented by Steve Bark

The Jacob Street Mystery is the story of a brutal murder that takes place in a peaceful, pleasant afternoon in the woodland scene of Linton Green. But thanks to an unseen witness, the killer may be caught, and the witness turns out to be a blessing in disguise. Richard Austin Freeman (11 April 1862 – 28 September 1943) was a British writer of detective stories, mostly featuring the medico-legal forensic investigator Dr. Thorndyke

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