The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky, by David Litwack. (Still 0.99?)
"Author David Litwack gracefully weaves together his message with alternating threads of the fantastic and the realistic... The reader will find wisdom and grace in this beautifully written story..." -- San Francisco Review Book Review
"...a fully imagined, gripping read..." -- Kirkus Reviews
290 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 58 reviews.
Along the Way Home, by Christi Corbett. (Still 0.99?)
"This is a sprawling epic that showcases the struggle to leave the past behind and start anew. A novel about the power of the human spirit in the face of tragedy and loss, readers will get their fill of adventure and survival drama on the frontier. "Along the Way Home" is a book for readers who love frontier novels with strong characters, nearly non-stop adventure, and emotional drama." -- InD'Tale Magazine
404 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 108 reviews.
Silent Scream: An edge of your seat serial killer thriller (Detective Kim Stone crime thriller series Book 1), by Angela Marsons. (Still 0.99?)
"Silent Scream is a great mystery. The characters are unique and complex. The book is well-written. There is some British slang (especially regarding food). There is a great twist at the end of the book. I was able to figure out who were the killers, but was shocked by the turn of events at the end. I cannot wait for the next D.I. Kim Stone book!" -- Amazon reviewer
390 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 492 reviews.
Fools Rush In: An April Fools Day Anthology, by Celia Kennedy. (Still free?)
"I love anthologies and short stories. These were well timed for the holiday. Want a to read about a fun scavenger hunt in New York City? Love the geek gets the guy trope? The workplace romance? This one has all that and more. Very cute. A couple I wish were longer. All in all, a very enjoyable read. The truth is, short stories evolve from a lack of page real estate. They have to get to the point and fast. They have little time to hook the reader, and even less to form a three act structure. This is why they have such great potential. The writing has to be tighter. There is no time or space for a huge amount of back story or unnecessary prose. This was very enjoyable and great for reading on the commute train to work." -- Amazon reviewer
236 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 31 reviews.
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