The Island of Whispers, by Brendan Gisby. (Still 0.99?)
"Imagine my surprise when I logged on to write a review and I saw that everyone else had already said the same thing I wanted to say. So, I'll summarize in just a few short words: A wonderful, tragic, truthful story, reminds me of "Watership Down". He is a great writer and storyteller." -- Amazon reviewer
236 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 12 reviews.
The Paris Lawyer, by Sylvie Granotier. (Still 3.99?)
Recently translated from the award-winning French legal thriller!
"This was an incredibly compelling story that maintains that peculiar sensibility that is utterly French yet eludes description. While most of the more procedurally focused stories I have read flow between police and criminal, Granotier mixes it up and gives us young lawyer Catherine Monsigny enmeshed in two different storylines of past and present.
Lush descriptions place readers in the city of Paris or in the small village in the hills of central France. It is easy to relate to the small town feel: curious neighbors, unlocked doors and a bit of suspicion about anyone different, Parisian or immigrant. Granotier has pulled layers from the characters to expose their secrets and flaws up to the last pages, and created a story that was well worth the time to read." -- Amazon reviewer
316 pages, with a 3.8-star rating from 26 reviews.
Blazing Nights (A Night Games Novel), by Linda Barlow. (Still 0.99?)
Wick - The Omnibus Edition, by Michael Bunker. (Still 2.99?)
"An epic, thought-provoking portrayal of terrifying calamity. Therein however, lies a still-beating heart and a hopeful soul of a nation clawing for survival." ~ Eamon Ambrose, Eamo the Geek Reviews
"Michael Bunker goes way beyond writing a popular thriller: he clearly has a literary agenda, making the W1CK series so rich and so deep you could analyse each and every page and write a whole book about it. I guess you'd have to call it W1CK1P3D1A." ~ Max Zaoui, Everyone's a Critic Reviews
"Michael Bunker is the sort of writer you read compulsively not because his books are thrilling (they are) or because his prose is elegant (it is) but because, like a tribal storyteller, he weaves intoxicating tales that elevate your mind and transport your soul to another place altogether." ~ Jason Gurley, Bestselling Author of Greatfall
574 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 56 reviews.
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