Blabbermouth (A Brit Moran Mystery), by Joel Travis. (Still free?)
"Hilarious" and "compelling," this mystery is praised for its tight plotting and witty dialogue. Get it free today!
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294 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 32 reviews.
The Last Track: A Mike Brody Novel, by Sam Hilliard. (Still free?)
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"The ability to find people is a powerful one, but not without its pitfalls. The Last Track tells the story of Mike Brody, master tracker and former Special Services operative. Charged with hunting for a lost young man through the wilderness of Montana, Mike is faced with his toughest challenge yet, as a killer is on the loose as well, and everything lies on Mike's talents. "The Last Track" is an exciting adventure and mystery, highly recommended." --The Midwest Book Review
291 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 25 reviews.
Murder at the War A Modern-Day Mystery with a Medieval Setting (Peter Brichter mystery), by Mary Monica Pulver. (Still free?)
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"Mary Monica Pulver's a longtime member of the SCA, and is well-qualified to write a mystery set in and among the Society's members at our largest gathering, the Pennsic War. There's no attitude of "oh, look at the freaky weirdos who should get a life," instead, we get a sympathetic look at the SCA's subculture and how it meshes and clashes with the surrounding "mundane" world. The various groups within the SCA are presented fairly faithfully, although things now are not quite as they were when she wrote this book. The mystery element is honestly puzzling, and hinges on a bit of SCA lore that's in front of the reader's face from the beginning. A good first mystery novel, with an unusual setting." -- Eric Oppen, Amazon reviewer
260 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 21 reviews.
They Met At Shiloh, by Phillip Bryant. (Still $0.99?)
This book takes you back to Civil War times - into the battlefield and inside the heads of four soldiers as they launch into two days of the worst fighting of the war. A bargain book today at $0.99!
"Serious historical fiction. 'They Met at Shiloh' follows four men across the battlefield of Shiloh during the American Civil War. Each man must fight not only the battle set before him, but internal wars as well. To the interested reader, to the person who wants to know more about Shiloh and the cog this battle fit in the larger scheme, this book may be helpful. Even more valuable, if someone asks 'what was it like to be a soldier in the western theatre of the Civil War,' 'They Met at Shiloh' is highly recommended." -- Peter Leavall, Amazon reviewer
220 pages, with a 4-star rating from 25 reviews.
The Topsail Accord, by JT Kalnay. (Still free?)
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"The Topsail Accord is the third of JT Kalnay's books I've read and while I very much enjoyed the others, this one was by far my favorite. It is first a unique love story about two people but you always know that Kalnay's books include a secondary love story entwined around the first... for the places he writes about in such a magical way his readers fall in love with them too. I was so emotionally caught up with the characters, so anxious to discover which philosophy would prevail. Would it be Shannon's belief that love is to be guarded and protected, to be brought out only for brief, cherished moments or Joe's faith that love is open-hearted and boundless?" -- Vicki Williams, Amazon reviewer
370 pages, with a 3.8-star rating from 18 reviews.
My Soul to Keep (Rise of the Fallen), by Sean Hayden. (Still free?)
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"This is a very fast paced story full of adventure, love, heartbreak, and strange powers. I really enjoyed Mr. Hayden's clean writing and compelling characters. Connor is a very well told main character full of real teen insecurities and strengths. You really feel Connor's emotions, are happy when he's happy and torn up when he's hurt. The story stands alone, but the ending hooks you in and leaves you anxious for the next book. I highly recommend this to anyone who loves YA Urban Fantasy with a nice touch of romance." -- J. Campbell, Amazon reviewer
222 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 29 reviews.
ABSOLUTION (A Frank Renzi mystery), by Susan A Fleet. (Still free?)
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"Relentless tempo ... sharp writing." -- Kirkus Discoveries
"Intertwining relevant 21st century issues with captivating character development and suspenseful action, Fleet's thriller is set in pre-Katrina New Orleans 2005. A serial killer is on the loose [and] detective Frank Renzi [must catch him] before he claims his next victim. A wholehearted "Bravo!" -- K. G. Hunt Florida Times-Union
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282 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 40 reviews.
Fast Lane, by Dave Zeltserman. (Still free?)
Here's a hard-boiled noir you don't want to miss! From Dave Zeltserman, the Shamus award-winning author and the Ellery Queen's Readers Choice Award winner. His novel Small Crimes was selected by NPR as one of the five best crime novels of 2008 and by the Washington Post as one of the best novels of 2008. His crime novels Outsourced and A Killer's Essence have both been optioned for film. Today, get this well-written mystery for free!
"PI Johnny Lane is somewhat of a celebrity in Denver due to his monthly column "Fast Lane" in the local paper. He is very busy and has so many clients that he needs to outsource some of his work. Oh and in tradition of Jim Thompson, he is also a psychopath. When a young woman asks for his help finding her birth parents, things flip in a hurry and Johnny makes the most insane decisions every time, yet his explanations almost make sense. This is one of Zelsterman's early books. Great fast paced psycho noir." -- Amazon reviewer
200 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 13 reviews.
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