Here is today's selection of bargain Kindle books!
Finding My Escape, by Fran Veal. (Still 0.99?)
Troubled teen Hannah witnesses the murder of her parents, and finds a way into an alternate, dreamlike reality to help her forget. This highly-praised thriller has elements of romance and suspense and is a recommended read. 99 cents today!
"Ms. Veal has done a fabulous job of weaving all the elements together and keeping you guessing. This is definitely an original story, and a real page-turner. It is well-written and believable. Edgy and gripping, yet tender and romantic - this book has it all." -- Amazon reviewer
231 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 22 reviews.
The Aspen Account, by Bryan Devore. (Still 0.99?)
The mysterious skiing death of a software company employee launches a thrilling series of events as Michael Chapman is assigned to replace him, and newspaper reporter Sarah Matthews starts investigating a conspiracy that could topple the mega-corporation.
"I felt like you were on a thrilling rollercoaster and that you were really feeling the emotions/hardships of the characters. I think the main character, Michael Chapman was a realistic guy and you could totally relate to what he was going thru. I was worried about the accounting perspective, but the author explained it in realistic layman terms, but did not talk down to the reader. There were many twists and every time that I thought I would put it down, I just had to read "one more page"... It was a nice twist of "James Bond" meets "The Firm."" -- Amazon reviewer
411 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 151 reviews.
Fatally Flaky: A Novel (Culinary Mysteries), by Diane Mott Davidson. (Still 0.99?)
Another delicious serving of mystery from Diane Mott Davidson, where caterer Goldy ventures out of the kitchen and puts her sleuthing skills to work once more.
"Stir in a slimy spa owner, rumors of a malpractice suit and the usual cast of supporting characters—including Goldy's patient cop husband, Tom, and her capable culinary assistant, Julian Teller—and you've got another winning entry in Davidson's mouthwatering series." -- Publishers Weekly
432 pages, with a 3.6-star rating from 113 reviews.
The Advocate's Betrayal (The Advocate Series), by Teresa Burrell. (Still 0.99?)
Child advocate and amateur sleuth Sabre Orin Brown investigates when her friend is accused of murdering her husband.
"This book made me laugh, cry and at times it even got my adrenaline rushing. Teresa Burrell is a great other and I can't wait to see what she comes up with next. I see a bright future in Teresa Burrell.
The best part of the Advocate series is that it is coming from an actual child advocate, someone who has seen these kinds of cases first hand. Luckily for us readers, she was able to make incredible stories that give us an inside look at the life of a child advocate." -- Amazon reviewer
321 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 73 reviews.