New Year Island, by Paul Draker. (Still 0.99?)
"New Year Island is a page-turner, with more twists than a den of snakes. It's fast moving and unpredictable, with distinctive characters, gripping images, well-crafted action scenes, nice, apt touches of humor, and plot twists we never see coming. Draker keeps a lot of psychological balls in the air beautifully. These people are believable, which is what makes the whole thing so scary." -- Michael J. Carr, Editor of Brad Meltzer's #3 NYT Bestseller The Zero Game
736 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 246 reviews.
Dead In The Water: Murder at the Monterey Aquarium (Rebecca Schwartz #4) (The Rebecca Schwartz Series), by Julie Smith. (Still 2.99?)
"Things aren't looking too good for Rebecca Schwartz's friend Marty Whitehead. When Marty's boss is found murdered at the aquarium where she works, she is accused of the murder and it's Rebecca to the defense, lawyer that is, of her friend. But did Marty really kill the woman that was living with her ex-husband? Rebecca goes on a wild ride with a new found love interest to discover if her client is truly innocent. The shocking ending will you leave you on pins and needles, hoping that Rebecca can save herself, her new love, and the children she has grown fond of before a psychopath adds to his murder spree.
This was a first rate thriller of a story. It kept me reading right on through to discover the end." -- Amazon reviewer
212 pages, with a 3.8-star rating from 32 reviews.
ROCK ME, GENTLY (ROCKING ROMANCE COLLECTION), by M.J. Schiller. (Still 3.99?)
"M.J. has a special talent of bringing out the human traits in her characters. So many of us see the rich and famous as posing, elaborate, eccentric people who live out of touch with the world. I suppose they put on their pants one leg at a time, just like we do. And M.J. brings that out. She also doesn't hold back. The antagonist in this book is the evil of evils. He is not for the faint of heart. When rock star, Josh, finds Cassie, he finds his home ... what he's been looking for without knowing he was looking. As usual, M.J. uses her magical way of making this love story home-grown real." -- Amazon reviewer
212 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 6 reviews.
What She Saw (Forensic Handwriting Mysteries), by Sheila Lowe. (Still free?)
"A spell-binding “who dunnit” that will keep you locked in until the very last page. It is not often that I find books that suck me in from the very first few pages, but that is exactly what I found with Sheila Lowe’s “What She Saw”. One of the things I loved most about this novel is that the pieces of the puzzle didn’t always fit the way I thought they might. Each piece lead to another twist and another turn. Just when I thought I had it all figured out, Lowe tugged the rug out from under me. There were quite a few moments in this book that I didn’t see coming. I love those kinds of mysteries!" -- Amazon reviewer
338 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 53 reviews.
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