A sampling of new mystery titles at Once Upon A Crime bookstore

Rare paperbacks
Once Upon A Crime owner Gary Shulze displays a collection of rare paperback books in the store's Mystery Annex backroom. Shulze said his most expensive book is priced at $1500.
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Below is a list of recently released mystery novels being featured at Once Upon A Crime mystery bookstore in Uptown Minneapolis. Some of the authors will be signing copies of their books in upcoming weeks.

"The Bone House" — Brian Freeman

Hilary and Mark Bradley are caught in a web of suspicion after a young girl, who Mark was seeing, is found dead.

"Cold Wind" — C.J. Box

Joe's gold-digging mother-in-law Missy marries one of Wyoming's wealthiest men. Her husband is found dead, and she is soon arrested. Joe, unsure if she committed the crime, takes a journey into the unknown to avenge the killer.

"Cookie Dough or Die" — Virginia Lowell

Sheriff Deloy Jenkins seeks the truth after Clarisse Chamberlain dies of what appears to be an accidental drug overdose. Jenkins must now uncover who did it after he discovers Chamberlain's business partner, Olivia, might be a person of interest.

"Field Gray" — Philip Kerr

The tough, sardonic protagonist Bernie Gunther is everything you've come to know in a mystery -- he drinks too much, smokes too much and has a sharp tongue. He is soon taken to a Russian prisoner-of-war camp spanning three decades: pre-, post- and during World War II .

"Heads You Lose" — Liza Lutz and David Hayward

The once author couple pairs up again in a comedy of sorts as readers find a headless corpse in its first chapter and take a journey through a mystery that includes email correspondence between the authors.