Here is today's selection of bargain Kindle books!
Rusty Nail - A Thriller (Jack Daniels Mysteries), by J.A. Konrath. (Still free?)
Chicago police lieutenant Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels receives disturbing videos from a serial killer, and risks everything she has to track him down. Snappy dialogue and high action pepper this J.A. Konrath thriller... free today!
"Konrath's third outing to feature Chicago police lieutenant Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels, like its predecessors, Whiskey Sour and Bloody Mary, offers violent thrills peppered with hilarious one-liners. Jack's receipt of an anonymous snuff video that looks like the work of a serial killer called the Gingerbread Man, who was recently brought to justice, marks the start of a cat-and-mouse game with the killer, who plucks victims from the periphery of Jack's world—both professional and private. Engaging characters, true guffaws and tightly knit subplots." -- Publishers Weekly
282 pages, with a 4-star rating from 81 reviews.
Traces of Kara (A Thriller), by Melissa Foster. (Still 4.99?)
Unbeknownst to her, nursing student Kara Knight has a fraternal twin - who is obsessed with tracking her down and having the two of them die together. This new psychological thriller is from acclaimed best-selling writer Melissa Foster.
"What sets Melissa Foster apart are her compelling characters who you care about... desperately. This is psychological suspense at its most chilling. I dare you to read the first chapter and not be hooked." International bestseller, M.J. Rose
"Psychological suspense at its best, weaving a tight-knit plot, unrelenting action, and tense moments that don't let up, ending in a fiery, unpredictable revelation." Midwest Book Review
"TRACES OF KARA is a twisted, eerily atmospheric tale with an ending that will shock you." Author Barbara Taylor Sissel
306 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 63 reviews.
Cruel Justice (Justice series (Book #1)), by M A Comley. (Still 0.99?)
In modern-day England, Detective Inspector Lorne Simpkins investigate the murder of a wealthy widow who is found headless in the woods.
Reader reactions: "Excellent plot." "Fast-paced." "Loved the character Lorne." "Great book!"
344 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 115 reviews.
Visits, by John Phelps. (Still 2.99?)
The aging Tony Lansing decides it's time to get revenge on all who have done him wrong in his life.
"This is a thrilling enjoyable story. The main character is simultaneously likeable and despicable. If you looking for a fun escape, read "Visits" and enjoy!" -- Amazon reviewer
202 pages, with a 5-star rating from 5 reviews.
End World: Dawn of the Corrupted, by David Peters. (Still 2.99?)
Dylan Murphy and his wife Niccole struggle to survive as zombie infections spread across the planet.
"New author David Peters has his own original style that I cannot compare to any other author. He humanizes his characters in a way that are very realistic but, far from boring. The story is very original and kept me engaged so I couldn't put the book down. Read it in a few days. It's thrilling from beginning to end. Without giving anything away....It really makes you think about how life would be if this happened in our world and what we would do as a society. Loved it!! Can't wait for the next one in this series." -- Amazon reviewer
327 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 14 reviews.
AFTER MIDNIGHT, A Denver After Dark Suspense, by Kathy Clark. (Still 3.99?)
In this romantic suspense, Denver police officer Sam Morgan is on patrol when a routine stop turns into a murder that propels him into a mysterious investigation - and an unexpected alliance with a street prostitute.
"This is a very convincing book with realistic, complex characters, detailed and atmospheric settings and a plausible, powerful plot. The action is fast-paced but the author takes time to reveal the people in her novel fully. They are not cardboard cutouts that can be typical of books of this genre. For example, we see Sam's family background and how that has led him to be a cop, and we learn why it is Kate's ambition to stand on her own two feet. We understand why they have become the people they are now and they continue to develop. Clark creates a thrilling adventure that goes in directions you don't expect and which keeps you on the edge of your seat. She portrays tension and fear as well as tenderness and trust." -- Amazon reviewer
236 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 13 reviews.
Shooting Crows At Dawn, by David Grace. (Still 4.95?)
Aging Sheriff Jubal Dark's re-election may depend on an old unsolved murder case that erupts from his past.
"With the new murders in Dark's jurisdiction, an old unsolved murder, Holly's relentless desire to help and a departmental leak, this is a book to curl up with for a good read.
Mr. Grace is a wonderful writer who has the ability to capture a reader's attention and hold it. His writing pulls the reader into the story and makes you want to keep reading far into the night. If you are looking for a crime thriller, I highly recommend this book." -- Amazon reviewer
354 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 5 reviews.
The Six: Complete Series, by E.C. Richard. (Still 2.99?)
This is the complete set of episodes for a thrilling tale of desperation, as six kidnapped strangers are forced to make unbearable choices in order to survive.
"I thought it well written. Could not put it down. Great storyline with BELIEVABLE characters . Quite enjoyable and I would recommend it to others." -- Amazon reviewer
224 pages, with a 4-star rating from 6 reviews.
The Recruiter (A Thriller), by Dani Amore. (Still 0.99?)
Samuel Ackerman is driven to find new recruits for the Navy SEALs program... and breaks all the rules to meet his goal.
"Dani Amore is a sensation among Kindle owners who love fast-paced thrillers."-Mystery Tribune
"Move over James Patterson, Dani Amore has arrived."
"Dani Amore writes fast-paced gripping tales that capture you from Page One and hold you enthralled until the last word. This lady is one hell of a storyteller."
-author J.D. Rhoades
240 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 13 reviews.
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