The 7th Day, by Nika Lubitsch . (Still 0.99?)
"Brilliant and clever story. This book immediately draws you in with its clever way of presenting the story. We have a woman on trial accused of her husband's brutal murder which she swears she did not commit. The story is first narrated by her and then through accounts in the newspapers; it's very well done. It was impossible to put down and it took me a while to guess what the twist was. Congratulations also to the translator who made a fine job of it." -- Amazon reviewer
147 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 9 reviews.
Bourbon & Blood: A Crime Fiction Novel (Bill Conlin Thriller), by Garrard Hayes. (Still 0.99?)
"Fast-paced crime drama. A good, fast-paced story. The protagonist is a war veteran drawn into the underside of life. He is morally conflicted and leaves the reader unsure of whether to like him. Yet I found myself always rooting for him. I enjoyed the story and am looking forward to the next installment." -- Amazon reviewer
328 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 26 reviews.
Blood, Smoke and Ashes, by Bradley Convissar. (Still 0.99?)
"Some abuse is too terrible to comprehend. Some damage runs too deep to ever heal and sometimes revenge is not as sweet, as it is evil. Brad Convissar's first full length novel is a genuine diamond in the rough. Briskly paced and entertaining. Brad takes us on a journey about an angry spirit of a serial killer whose hate and vengeance is stronger than death itself. The nightmare must be stopped at all costs and a trio of unlikely heroes must find a way to execute the evil once and for all. Very solid writing from Brad Convissar. Well done." -- Amazon reviewer
352 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 64 reviews.
The Halloween Queen Who Lost Her Scream: An Evil Blue Fairy Tale (KiteReaders Monster Series), by Donna Davies. (Still 0.99?)
"This delightfully illustrated book will be enjoyed by young and old alike. Follow the tale of a Halloween Queen who needs the help of all her "scary" friends to help her find her scream. You'll find yourself rooting for the ghoulish gang as they go from place to place gathering the ingredients needed to counteract the spell. Enjoy!" -- Amazon reviewer
33 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 8 reviews.
Stone and Silt, by Harvey Chute. (Still 4.99?)
"The murder mystery plot was exciting, dangerous, and stressful to read. There were many twists and turns on the way to the resolution. Nikaia, Klima, and Yee Sim were very resourceful and clever. But, my favorite parts were the everyday background details and the interactions between Nikaia's family and friends. I loved the way the consequences of Nikaia's choices led to her father giving her the nickname Mischief. Her relationships with her family, friends, and community were authentic. Mr. Chute's vivid descriptions of Fort Yale, British Columbia, and the Fraser River brought them to life and made them seem like a "real" character. The telling of Nikaia's mountain quest, the Anybody Boat, Charlie Ray's trap line experience, Annie Adams' basket weaving, and other stories brought realism to the book by teaching meaningful lessons to characters, and providing insight into the culture of the First Nations people and pioneer life during the gold rush. I also enjoyed the tentative, developing feelings between Nakaia and Yee Sim. I was glad to read in an interview that there are plans for a follow-up novel with many of the same characters." -- Amazon reviewer
210 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 7 reviews.
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