Alex, by Adam J Nicolai. (Still 0.99?)
This full-length ghostly thriller has over 450 five-star reviews.
"Devastating. Intense. Brilliant. This book had me hooked from the first moment I started reading. Any person, even if you don't have children, can easily slip into the shoes of the main character and experience his anguish while he tries to come to terms with his child's murder, and the horror he feels at reliving his memories of Alex. It is absolutely brutal in the best kind of way. You want him to find answers, to know for sure if he's losing his mind, or if all of this is happening for a reason.
Because deep down, we all want to believe that things happen for a reason. Even the worst of things.
Will be recommending this heartily to everyone I know! Should not be missed!" -- Amazon reviewer
304 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 654 reviews.
The Privateer Clause (Marsha & Danny Jones Thriller), by Ken Rossignol. (Still 0.99?)
A great price for this e-book. And, if you buy (or already have) the printed book, the e-book is free through Amazon's brand-new Matchbook program.
"This novel is centered around a husband and wife with very interesting backgrounds in law enforcement and the Secret Service. The interaction between them and the other characters is interesting. They remind me a little of the old Nick and Nora mysteries of the 30's and 40's but more down to earth and deadly professionals. The pace is fast and the threats unceasing from beginning to end. The action occurs on and around a US cruise ship out of Florida down in the islands. Just when you think the threats have finished another one appears that is even more dangerous until an ending that will surprise you! If you like fiction, the sea, mysteries and terrorists then this book will be a very enjoyable read for you and it all takes place in our current period of time." -- Amazon reviewer
204 pages, with a 3.7-star rating from 32 reviews.
SOMEWHERE MY LOVE (Somewhere In Time), by Beth Trissel. (Still 0.99?)
99 cents... or FREE if you buy (or already have) the printed copy.
"A beautiful love story with plenty of suspense and mystery. With a murderer on the loose and a house haunted by the ghosts of the past, can William and Julia figure everything out and survive? Visit Foxleigh Hall and find out." -- Night Owl Romance, a Night Owl Top Pick
"As I read Somewhere My Love, I recalled the feelings I experienced the first time I read Daphne DuMaurier's Rebecca long ago. Using the same deliciously eerie elements similar to that gothic romance, Beth Trissel has captured the haunting dangers, thrilling suspense and innocent passions that evoke the same tingly anticipation and heartfelt romance I so enjoyed then, and still do now." -- joysann for Publishers Weekly
264 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 79 reviews.
Propinquity, by John Macgregor. (Still 4.99?)
This thought-provoking, groundbreaking book was released 25 years ago. Did it serve as the basis for Dan Brown's Da Vinci code? You decide.
"This novel was a good read for me. And this was a week when I also read novels by major American writers Don Delillo and Louise Edrich, and my current favourite Englishman Julian Barnes...
I find this spiritual idea behind the book most beautifully and subtly worked out. Macgregor is rediscovering, behind the centuries-old dogmas of romantic love, another kind of connection between human beings: the rather antique term 'propinquity'.
What seems to be a preposterous plot involving the resurrection of a female Christ figure thus contains a profound core. -- Dr Barry Westburg, Radio 5UV
366 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 18 reviews.
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