The Ian Fleming Files: Operation Armada, by Damian Stevenson. (Still 0.99?)
"The book is written in a style very reminiscent of the Bond novels. The author has clearly done his research; details of every description fill the book and immerse the reader in Fleming's dangerous world. As the story progresses, we see echoes of the future James Bond in Fleming's actions and his words.
It's a very well-written, exciting and fun book, and (especially if you're a Bond fan) I highly recommend it!" -- Amazon reviewer
212 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 115 reviews.
The Housewife Assassin's Handbook (A Romantic Mystery) (Book 1) (Book #1: Housewife Assassin Series), by Josie Brown. (Still free?)
"Brown takes a dark look at the fears of parenthood and family... Still, the message from the somber realities is one full of hope: love makes a family, commitment keeps it together."--Publishers Weekly
"The writing is laced with venomous humor..."-The Wall Street Journal
"A fine piece of literary work." -New York Post , Page Six
"If you like Desperate Housewives, then you'll fly through this gossipy novel full of Wisteria Lane-esque characters living in a suburban jungle. Brown entertains up to the satisfying ending." --Examiner.com
"A funny, engaging, and often bittersweet tale..." --Cincinnati Public Library Spotlight Feature
228 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 229 reviews.
Somewhere in the Highlands (Somewhere in Time), by Beth Trissel. (Still 0.99?)
"I have read all the Somewhere books and eagerly awaited Fergus' story. This author never disappoints. The characters, even the supporting cast, are so well developed, they take on a life of their own, and you can't help but be touched by the budding affection between Fergus and Beezus. This book has romance, action and intrigue. What's not to love? Not to be a plot spoiler, I particularly enjoyed the scene where Fergus attacks the Highlander with his Jedi sword. That scene establishes the geek as a true hero. From page to page, I routed for Fergus and Beezus in their quest. And I found myself wanting them to fall in love. If you haven't read Ms. Trissel's Somewhere series, you're missing a lot. Somewhere in the Highlands is up there with Somewhere My Love, one of my favorite books." -- Amazon reviewer
147 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 16 reviews.
Jacob's Return, by Annette Blair. (Still 0.99?)
"This reprint of a 1999 historical romance is an entertaining tale of redemption as the Amish society provides a strong backdrop to the tale of two rival brothers and the good woman between them. The story line is character driven with each key player having faults and flaws that make them seem real. Readers will enjoy this late nineteenth century Amish family drama as shunning the sinners competes with redeeming the sinners for the souls of Bishop Zook's community." -- Amazon reviewer
338 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 47 reviews.
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