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    Hit the jackpot with stories from Michael Connelly, Laura Lippman, Walter Mosley, Alexander McCall Smith, and more superstars of mystery.

    In "One Dollar Jackpot", Michael Connelly's curmudgeonly Harry Bosch finds himself going toe-to-toe with a professional poker player. Jeffery Deaver offers up "Bump", a tale of a has-been actor trying to make it big by hustling cards. "Hardly Knew Her" by Laura Lippmann showcases a young woman learning about bluffing the hard way, while "In the Eyes of Children" by Alexander McCall Smith features a scam at a poker table on the high seas.

    With these, and more offerings from mystery greats such as Joyce Carol Oates, John Lescroart, Walter Mosley, Peter Robinson, and Eric Van Lustbader, Dead Man's Hand is a suspenseful anthology that's a big winner for any fan of crime fiction. Otto Penzler; Introduction copyright 2007 by Howard Lederer; “Missing the Morning Bus” copyright 2007 by Lorenzo Carcaterra; “Pitch Black” copyright 2007 by Christopher Coake; “One-Dollar Jackpot” copyright 2007 by Michael Connelly; “Bump” copyright 2007 by Jeffery W. Deaver; “Poker and Shooter” copyright 2007 by Sue DeNymme; “Deal Me In” copyright 2007 by Parnell Hall; “The Stake” copyright 2007 by Sam Hill; “The Monks of the Abbey Victoria” copyright 2007 by Rupert Holmes; “A Friendly Little Game” copyright 2007 by Lescroart Corporation; “Hardly Knew Her” copyright 2007 by Laura Lippman; “The Uncertainty Principle” copyright 2007 by Eric Van Lustbader; “In the Eyes of Children” copyright 2007 by Alexander McCall Smith; “Mr. In-Between” copyright 2007 by Walter Mosley; “Strip Poker” copyright 2007 by The Ontario Review, Inc.; “The Eastvale Ladies’ Poker Circle” copyright 2007 by Peter Robinson

    ©2007 See description (P)2021 HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books

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