Here is today's selection of bargain Kindle books!
House of Mirrors, by Lisa M. Logan. (Still 2.99?)
In this highly-rated paranormal thriller, Eleanor discovers that the antique mirrors she's bought have a ghostly presence contained within them.
"I love suspense and the paranormal, so I really enjoyed this novel! Logan has a great way with words, describing scenes with key, specific details that paint a picture and often hint at deeper layers of meaning. For example, a bright yellow tarp protecting an auto accident from the rain belies the seriousness of the accident and hints at Eleanor's (the main character's) troubled past. The tatooed serial number on the inside of one jovial character's arm reveals an awful truth about the Holocaust. Logan is also great with dialogue -- I especially liked the mother-in-law character, Miriam, a chain smoker with snappy comebacks!" -- Amazon reviewer
143 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 9 reviews.
McCreed's Law (The Montana Series), by L. J. Martin. (Still 0.99?)
"To catch an outlaw, hire an outlaw." From L.J. Martin's "Montana" series, one man has the skill, motivation and courage to track down the mad dog outlaws who hit the train and disappeared with its passengers and a shipment of gold. 99 cents today!
"Wow! This book is the difference between a 1960's western TV show and a modern western movie.
The Author holds nothing back as he creates the movie in your mind. What struck me was how he captures the political incorrectness of that time. From killing an Indian, to shooting horses, and the way women were treated back then. That's when it hits you... this really was once a very wild west and it was kill or be killed! Eating was more for staying alive than it was for enjoyment (like it is today). I highly recommend this graphic adventure and if you are a western fan you will be hooked on L.J. Martin's Montana series." -- Amazon reviewer
288 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 36 reviews.
The Assassin's List (The Adam Drake series), by Scott Matthews. (Still free?)
Free today, this first book in the Adam Drake series thrills to the bone with counter-terrorism action.
"This book is superb! A thriller that really does thrill, with a plot that races head-long into the crisis with a protagonist that is believable and admirable. He finds himself pulled into a conspiracy investigation he resents being in and yet finds invigorating and redemptive. Both the bad guys and the good guys in this great read are well-drawn characters (certainly as well-drawn as any popular thriller and more than most) and they draw us in the same way protagonist Adam Drake is drawn in." -- Amazon reviewer
294 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 19 reviews.
Lord Esterleigh's Daughter (The Serpent's Tooth), by Kathy Fischer-Brown. (Still 4.99?)
This full-length romance set in 18th-Century England is the first in the Serpent series.
"A spunky heroine! This book is a well-researched, well-written tale of English society in the latter half of the 18th century. It's the story of Anne Fairfield, raised in poverty but finding later that her father is a wealthy man. But he is also one with a convuluted and less than honorable past. Here we meet members of English society, both upper and lower classes, good and bad. How Anne reacts to these people shows us a heroine willing to fight for what she wants, unwilling to suffer fools gladly. Ms. Fischer-Brown's historical novels are a deviation from those we so often see in bookstores,that are all froth and no meat. Her characterizations and descriptions are superb." -- Amazon reviewer
347 pages, with a 3.8-star rating from 9 reviews.