Seattle Mystery Bookshop

117 Cherry Street
Seattle, WA 98104

United States

(206) 587-5737; staffseattlemystery.com

Type: Bookstore — new books, used books

Web site: http://www.seattlemystery.com/

Catalog URL: http://www.seattlemystery.com/

Twitter account: @SeattleMystery

Description: For Mystery Lovers Who Know What They Want, And For Those Who Haven't A Clue.

We Carry Whodunits, Detectives, Suspense, Thrillers, Spies and True Crime. As Well As New, Used, Signed, Rare and Collectible First Edition Mysteries.

Open: 10 - 5 Monday, 10 - 6 Tuesday- Saturday, 12 - 5 Sunday and 24/7 On Our Website!

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While we only carry mysteries, we can order almost anything!
November 2013 by SeaMystery

Upcoming events

Neil Low signs Theater of The Crime (Wednesday, September 10 at 12pm)
A fire at a historic Seattle theater leaves behind smoldering clues and bodies. Detectives Alan Stewart and Vera Deward once again find themselves in the midst of an international mystery. They’re frustrated by a troupe of Russian Émigrés, magicians, and dancers who may know more than they are willing to say. As the murders continue, the partners employ hard-knock detective techniques, psychic predictions, potions, and good old fashioned sleuthing to find that in the world of magic, sleight-of-hand and treachery can reach beyond the stage. (SeaMystery)… (more)
James Ellroy signs Perfidia (Friday, September 12 at 12pm)
The story of 24 days in LA, starting on Dec 6th, 1941, 608 pages of masterful noir. The first of a new L.A. Quartet we’re promised – presumably covering ’41 – the Black Dahlia murder. Characters from earlier books grapple with massive change within their city: Dudley, Bucky, Lee, Buzz, Kay, Sid, Ward, along with historical figures – detectives, police chiefs, mayors, gangsters, studio bosses and actors. A sprawling epic of crime, paranoia, racism, violence, betrayal, narcissism and, of course, war. The hardest of noir, not a nice book but a great book – JB recommends – his review comes next week.

Please Understand – this is a stock signing. We’re told he will sign older titles as long as you buy the new book only from us. Check with us before you drop anything off as time will be limited. (SeaMystery)
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Peter May signs The Lewis Man (Saturday, September 13 at 12pm)
Saturday September 13th Time To Be Determined - Peter May signs The Lewis Man

Fin MacLeod has left everything in Edinburgh – his job as a Detective Inspector as well as his wife – and returned to the wind-swept outer Hebridean islands where he grew up. There he’s drawn into the discovery of a body in a peat bog who is identified as the father of his first love. Middle of the trilogy, the first of which is now in paper, The Blackhouse.

This will be a drop-in signing. Reserving a copy required. Older books to be signed by prior arrangement. (SeaMystery)
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Yasmine Galenorn signs Priestess Dreaming (Saturday, October 4 at 12pm)
With the war in Otherworld raging, the Queen of Shadow and Night summons Camille to her court. Aeval orders her on a quest through the mists to find an ancient ally of the Queen’s. Camille is to seek out The Merlin and wake him from his long sleep. Surrounded by danger on all sides, with Morgaine and Bran along for the journey, Camille must pray they are allies rather than enemies, as the sisters undertake a perilous search through the labyrinth of time. (SeaMystery)… (more)
Hank Phillippi Ryan signs Truth Be Told (Friday, October 10 at 12pm)
Truth Be Told is part of the bestselling Jane Ryland and Jake Brogan series.

It begins with tragedy: a middle-class family evicted from their suburban home. In digging up the facts on this heartbreaking story—and on other foreclosures— reporter Ryland soon learns the truth behind a big-bucks scheme and the surprising players who will stop at nothing, including murder, to keep their goal a secret. Turns out, there’s more than one way to rob a bank. Boston police detective Jake Brogan has a liar on his hands. A man has just confessed to the famous twenty-year-old Lilac Sunday killing, and while Jake’s colleagues take him at his word, Jake is not so sure. But he has personal reasons for hoping they’ve finally solved the cold case. (SeaMystery)… (more)
Urban Waite signs Sometimes The Wolf (Tuesday, October 21 at 12pm)
Deputy Sheriff Bobby Drake returns (The Terror of Living), still trying to separate himself from the problems and reputation of his father, the former sheriff, as well as his grandfather but the small community they inhabit in the Cascade Mountains has a tenacious memory. Now, choices from the men’s pasts are coming to town to haunt them and the hard feelings between these men will have to be set aside if they and their loved ones are to survive. (SeaMystery)… (more)
John Connolly signs The Wolf in Winter (Monday, November 10 at 12pm)
Prosperous, ME, is as wealthy as it sounds and guards itself carefully. It doesn’t accept strangers, only begrudgingly allowing tourists to come to look at the ancient church, moved there and reconstructed stone by stone, from England. But there is something ugly and morbid going on – a dead hobo and a missing girl – and PI Charlie Parker is heading their way. The results ripple far and wide. 12th in the series by the Irishman, a series highly recommeded by JB, Fran, and Adele. (SeaMystery)… (more)
Fuminori Nakamura signs Last Winter We Parted (Wednesday, November 12 at 12pm)
Wednesday November 12th at Noon - Fuminori Nakamura signs Last Winter We Parted

A young writer travels to a prison to interview a man accused of a couple of grisly murders. A photographer, the accused works are disturbing. The writer is supposed to do a profile of the killer and the crimes but he begins to have doubts that the man is guilty. Now the guy’s sister – that’s someone capable of horrors! And then there is someone that the people involved in the case refer to as “The Puppeteer”. (SeaMystery)… (more)
Bernadette Pajer signs Edison Effect (Saturday, November 29 at 12pm)
UW Professor Bradshaw is drawn into the controversy over electrical services. Edison wants his help but Bradshaw resists. When Edison’s device is tossed into Elliot Bay, great effort is put into finding it. Then one of the divers is found dead in a window of The Bon Marché wrapped in holiday lights powered by Edison’s gizmo and things get nasty as the holidays approach. For anyone wanting a book earlier than Thanksgiving Weekend, let us know and Bernadette will come in to sign reserves when the book is just out. (SeaMystery)… (more)
Pamela Christie signs Death And The Cyprian Society (Saturday, January 17, 2015 at 12pm)
Saturday January 17th at Noon – Pamela Christie signs Death And The Cyprian Society

3rd in the Regency series with courtesan Arabella Beaumont. She has plans to turn a hotel into a social club for her fellow courtesans. To make it happen she requires a friend to repay a sizable loan made some time ago. Should not be a problem except that this friend is being blackmailed by the footman with whom she’s been dallying. Arabella steps in to end the blackmail and thereby get her money, but things turn ugly. (SeaMystery)… (more)

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