Here is today's selection of bargain Kindle books!
The Last Plea Bargain, by Randy Singer. (Still on sale?)
Assistant DA Jamie Brock prosecutes a murder case where the defendant is a high-profile defense attorney... and has to re-evaluate her ethics in order to reach a conviction.
"What would happen to the legal system if suddenly every defendant demanded a trial by jury? With over 90% of cases settled by plea bargain agreements, if defendants were no longer willing to work out a deal, it would literally bring the legal system to a halt. This is the scenario Randy Singer presents in his latest legal thriller, The Last Plea Bargain. For those who enjoy legal thrillers, Randy Singer is the author to check out. His novels are fun, insightful, complex, intelligent stories which are meticulously researched and developed. After impatiently waiting 18 months to read The Last Plea Bargain, I was not disappointed!" -- Amazon reviewer
432 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 86 reviews.
Bitter Nothings, by Vicki Tyley. (Still on sale?)
Dervla uncovers terrible secrets from the past after her step-family is killed and her father disappears.
"Vicki Tyley is the Australian P.D. James - a writer whose work is a can't miss read." -American Editor
"Tyley is a master at weaving a complex, multilayered plot." -BigAl's Books and Pals
233 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 14 reviews.
Dying to Get Published (The Jennifer Marsh Mysteries), by Judy Fitzwater. (Still on sale?)
This "comic mystery tour de force," long out in paperback, is now available for your Kindle.
"I was captivated by the humorous and suspenseful story of Jennifer Marsh, a fictional aspiring mystery writer, and her ultimately deadly attempt to get published. The story simply leapt off the page, and I enthusiastically recommended it to my boss, who heads up Ballantine's mystery publishing program. I was very happy when he enjoyed it as well, and shortly afterward we acquired DYING TO GET PUBLISHED and two sequels from Judy Fitzwater. I hope that others will love the book as much as I did." -- Amazon reviewer
240 pages, with a 3.6-star rating from 137 reviews.
Petectives, by Robert J. Smith. (Still on sale?)
This charming mystery novella follows the exploits of Gatsby, the master feline sleuth.
"A very entertaining read without humanizing the acting animals too much.
The plot is well invented, and has a typical animalistic outcome." -- Amazon reviewer
58 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 8 reviews.