Huckleberry Fiend (Paul Mcdonald Mystery #2) (The Paul Mcdonald Series), by Julie Smith. (Still 0.99?)
"I have been a long time Julie Smith fan, but her Paul McDonald series might be my favorite.... okay, I love this one, but still New Orleans Mourning is my very, very favorite. This one does everything I love about Smith's work..vivid, nail-on-the-head descriptions of people, places and things like in the Skip Langdon's series (some people think my hair and Skip's bear a strong resemblance), but Paul is Skip's quirky cousin: smart, quick, sarcastic and wry. Huckleberry Fiend is a multi-layered read. I loved learning about Huck Finn (another great read, do that again), especially about some of the edits found in the original manuscript. This is a writer's novel. A winning combination of reverence for great literature plus a suspenseful modern mystery. And funny. Do yourself a favor, curl up with your favorite reading device, a tall something and take a ride with Paul and his crazy friends." -- Amazon reviewer
223 pages, with a 5-star rating from 3 reviews.
Murder Most Magic, by Audrey Mackaman. (Still 2.99?)
"I loved this fantasy where women had all the magical powers. The main character, Diana Thoth Goodfarmer, has this exciting power to read people's deaths through their handwriting. Figuring out who murdered the victim kept me guessing all the way to the end in this fast paced, entertaining fantasy." -- Amazon reviewer
169 pages, with a 5-star rating from 5 reviews.
Rising Sun, Falling Star, by Vickie Hall. (Still 0.99?)
"Rising Sun, Falling Star is a fictional novel based on historical events. The story tells of racial prejudice towards the Japanese people of America during World War ll. American Citizens of Japanese decent and their families denied their constitutional rights are sent to internment camps for the duration of the war. The novel starts with the lives of one family in California, the Onishi's are like any other family living in the United States. But the parents are Japanese nationals and their children USA citizens. The family, as other Japanese families, are made to leave their homes, businesses, work, and schools and forced by the US government to live in 'Relocation Centers'. Circumstances the families had to tolerate are heartbreaking. The amazing tolerance and indomitable characteristics of the internees is clear throughout the book. Rising Sun, Falling Star tells of love, forgiveness, hardship, and determination of ordinary people." -- Amazon reviewer
332 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 13 reviews.
Operation Dinner: How to Plan, Shop & Prep for Easy Family Meals, by Lori Loomis. (Still 0.99?)
"The author is very informative and gives loads of tips along the way. She starts out with her own story of how family dinner had gone out of the window and how she set out on a quest to bring her family back to the table for dinner. This book is her system on how to accomplish this in today's hectic world. She covers meal planning and encourages shopping once a month with a few mini-trips for perishables in between for maximum time and money savings. Dinner prep is explored and wonderful tips for prepping ingredients as soon as you return from the store are included. There are great tips for how to shop and freeze all types of food. I loved the diagrams of beef and pork that explained the cuts and where they are located on the animal. I will come back to this book again and again and I am now inspired to get my kitchen and menu more organized and try once a month shopping again. Read this book, there truly is something in it for everyone from the beginner to the old pro." -- Amazon reviewer
166 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 145 reviews.
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