Ties That Bind (A Madison Knight Novel), by Carolyn Arnold. (Still 0.99?)
"Police procedural at its best...after 30 years as a cop... the most technically correct police procedural novel I have ever read..."
--Zach Fortier, Author of CurbChek and CurbChek-Reload
"Arnold's writing style is very close to JD Robb's "In Death" series..."
--Karen DeLabar, Blogger and Book Reviewer
290 pages, with a 4-star rating from 150 reviews.
Treachery in Bordeaux (The Winemaker Detective Series), by Jean-Pierre Alaux. (Still 0.99?)
"I am not a big fan of wine. I can't tell the difference between a fine vintage and a cheap box of plonk - to my eternal dismay. But that did not detract from this beautiful book. And it is a beautiful book. Very atmospheric. You will feel Benjamin Cooker's angst over the book on wine he is writing. You will enjoy watching the growing bond between Cooker and his new assistant, Virgile Lanssien. There are wonderful descriptions of the art, architecture, history and landscape of the Bordeaux region. The mystery in this book is not a murder but the attempted destruction of vintner Denis Massapain and his Monicales Haut-Brion Estate by way of Brettanoymces (a yeast) introduced into his casks. There is secondary mystery about three paintings that will ultimately tie in to the mystery about the wine. There is a marvelous conversation between Cooker and the discredited Ferdinand Ténotier that will lead Cooker and Virgile to the villain they seek. The shoes are John Lobb, the cigars are Cuban, and the wine is `classic'. As is this book." -- Amazon reviewer
103 pages, with a 4-star rating from 21 reviews.
Sisters in White (Snow Sisters, Book Three; Love in Bloom Series), by Melissa Foster. (Still 3.99?)
"Sisters in White is a steamy romance infused with solid reflections on complex, evolving interpersonal relationships, and is a satisfying conclusion to the trilogy." -- Midwest Book Review
"Melissa Foster works effortless magic creating just the right mix of family drama. It is rare that love stories focus on the insanity that is family without overshadowing the love story and Melissa Foster worked both into this story wonderfully." -- Readers' Favorite
248 pages, with a 5-star rating from 1 reviews.
THE LEGEND OF ARKATAK, by Khedidja Ouheb. (Still 2.99?)
"When I finished The Legend of Arkatak, I assumed it was a retelling of a traditional myth, so imagine my surprise when I found it was actually imagined completely by the authors. But it has that feel, of an ageless story that has been polished and retold many times. Like a great myth, the Legend of Arkatak is mostly concerned with character as it traces the rise of Arkatak. If you're into Greek or Roman mythology, I'd definitely recommend this book with its blend of adventure, drama and humanity." -- Amazon reviewer
340 pages, with a 5-star rating from 4 reviews.
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