Dark Alleys (A Spencer Manning Mystery Book 2), by Rick Polad. (Still 0.99?)
I read a lot of mysteries and this is one of the best I have had the pleasure of reading in the last several years. Spencer Manning, doing a favor for a public defender, gets into a bit of trouble trying to keep a lady of the night out of trouble and, in doing so solves two parallel crimes. The two cases are expertly woven together in a manner that kept me guessing but avoided getting too tangled in the weeds." -- Amazon reviewer
330 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 37 reviews.
Spit In The Ocean: A Laid-Back Bay Area Mystery (The Jake Samson & Rosie Vicente Detective Series Book 4), by Shelley Singer. (Still 0.99?)
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"A lively but grim story in a weird world like only a Mike Hammer could tell. Colorful scenes with gripping detail and characters that spring to life . Shelley Singer shows her writing skills in how she manages merging crisp dialogue with prose in and out again. I highly recommend it." -- Amazon reviewer
187 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 3 reviews.
The Devereaux Disaster (Susquehanna Virus Series Book 2), by Steve McEllistrem. (Still 0.99?)
"Having enjoyed the first book in this series, I was eagerly awaiting the next book, yet I was surprised with the direction that McEllistrem took with the story - and that's a good thing! This second story focuses on a group of cadets - children - who are bio-engineered to help solve an earthly problem. Their development leads to a series of events that allow McEllistrem to reintroduce major characters from the first novel and continue their stories. The political intrigue continues in this second story, allowing you to get further insight into the motivations of some of the characters, and leading to some interesting moral dilemmas. The Escala (advanced humans) are back, and their destiny is a parallel plot line to what happens with the cadets - the "second generation" of bio-engineering. Frankly, I can't wait to see what McEllistrem does with generation #3 in this trilogy." -- Amazon reviewer
406 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 12 reviews.
The Duchess War (The Brothers Sinister Book Book 1), by Courtney Milan. (Still free?)
"As always, Milan creates characters with depth and history. Minerva has solid reasons for wanting a safe world. Stepping outside of it is not consequence free. Robert is reacting to a legacy of shame that isn't his to bear but which he can't put down. I really loved her clever mind and his need to find a cause that redeems him. They were great characters on their own and totally worked as a couple." -- Amazon reviewer
271 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 356 reviews.
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