Here at The Mysterious Bookshop, we are one person short right now. Please be patient with us regarding emails and packages.
We'll be up to speed again shortly.
Meanwhile, have a spectacular Mother's Day.
Tuesday, May 22nd, 6.30 p.m. - 8.00 p.m.
Edgar Award-winner Bruce DeSilva will discuss his second novel
Cliff Walk $24.99
Reporter Liam Mulligan investigates a case of government corruption and sex slavery in the great state of Rhode Island.
Join us for the launch party.
SIGNED COPIES NOW AVAILABLE
We have signed copies of Getaway by Lisa Brackmann. Michelle Mason is in gorgeous Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, after the unexpected death of her financier husband. Soon, she finds herself enmeshed in a covert operation involving drug runners, goons, and venture capitalists. $25.00
The Reflecting Eye by John Connolly is a Charlie Parker novella, with illustrations by David Wolfe. This was signed by John on his Atria Bus Tour last month and no bookstore was allowed to sell any of the 725 numbered copies except during that tour. Now that the tour is over, we do have a very limited number of copies for sale. This hardcover edition in red boards is signed by Connolly and David Wolfe and we will sell it on a first-come, first-serve basis. $30.00
A French girl walks into a bar! Not the start of a joke, but of a tense twisted noir tale, set in 1990s Brooklyn over the course of a single week. Andrew Cotto was here signing copies of Outerborough Blues: A Brooklyn Mystery. Trade Paperback Original. $15.05
Ed Lin signed One Red Bastard, the sequel to Snakes Can’t Run, in the new series featuring Chinatown detective-in-training Robert Chow. It is the fall of 1976 and New York’s Chinatown is in an uproar over the possibility of Mao’s daughter being granted asylum. But for Chow, rumors turn deadly serious when his girlfriend is accused of murdering the daughter’s representative. $25.99
The Lola Quartet is the third novel by Emily St. John Mandel, a Brooklyn based author who is gaining a fine reputation here in the tri-State area. Set in 2009, Gavin Sasaki, a young reporter, returns in disgrace to the Florida town of his birth. There he begins a search for his missing high school girlfriend and her daughter who looks a lot like Gavin. $24.95
More After the Jump!