Book-centered mystery novellas from four masters of the craft. From Anne Perry, the New York Times bestselling author of the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series, comes The Scroll. Hapless bookseller Monty Danforth's recent discovery of a millennia-old manuscript plunges him into a cutthroat conspiracy. A master storyteller. The Star-Ledger Christopher Fowler, author of the Bryant and May mysteries, presents Reconciliation Day. One man's obsession with a lost edition of Bram Stoker's Dracula sends him on a dangerous journey to Transylvania. If Edgar Allan Poe and Monty Python had lived in the same country and the same century and somehow struck up a creative collaboration, their work might have resulted in fiction similar to Fowler's. Richmond Times-Dispatch From F. Paul Wilson, the New York Times bestselling creator of Repairman Jack, comes The Compendium of Srem. Prior Tom's de Torquemada yields the ultimate power, deciding who lives and dies during the Spanish Inquisition, but an ancient, evil tome is about to change that. A great storyteller and a thoughtful one. David Morrell, New York Times bestselling author of First Blood Elizabeth George, the New York Times bestselling author of the Inspector Lynley novels, brings you The Mysterious Disappearance of the Reluctant Book Fairy. A woman's gift for immersing herself in the plot of whatever book she likes draws overwhelming fame and misfortune. An essential writer of popular fiction today. The Washington Post.