Frosted Blood, by Larry Pellitteri. (Still 0.99?)
"The overall plot is well done with high tech weaponry, and all sorts of interesting events taking place. One fun thing I like is how this story weaves together various elements of folklore (think Mount Shasta, Atlantis, Mayans, Vlad) and superstition in new and interesting ways. The book moves along nicely. The character of Michael grows and develops over the course of the book. He's not static, and his relationship with Emma and the establishment of Jeremy as the potential spoiler of that relationship is very entertaining and creates good tension. I look forward to reading sequels to this work." -- Amazon Reviewer
335 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 27 reviews.
The Villain's Sidekick (The HandCannon Files Book 1), by Stephen Brophy. (Still 2.99?)
"This book is taut, well-edited, and well-crafted. Characterization is detailed without being tedious, and the storyline quickly draws the reader in. There is a good deal of literary tension that qualifies this book as a page-turner. On top of that, it is darn funny. The humor, though, does not get in the way of the plot, as it does in so many other books, but rather supports it. There was nary a weak spot, and I enjoyed every page. This is one of the very best books I’ve read this year, and I give it my highest recommendation." -- Amazon Reviewer
106 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 48 reviews.
Let It Be, by Chad Gayle. (Still 0.99?)
"I really enjoyed this book and strongly recommend it! It's a quick read but you become emotionally invested in each character, especially the main character, Michelle. I really rooted for her, identified with her and felt like I knew her as a friend. I think Gayle captured the essence of this struggling woman - and many women like her. The perspectives in this book were really interesting too and allowed you to see (if not agree with) "all sides of the story"." -- Amazon Reviewer
236 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 72 reviews.
The Professor (McMurtrie and Drake Legal Thrillers Book 1), by Robert Bailey. (Still 0.00?)
"I love a good, juicy legal thriller, particularly one set in the American south. It goes back to TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, I imagine. Few reading experiences can compare with getting knee-deep into a case with a lawyer and his staff, following along with them to the inevitably dramatic conclusion. I had to read the last few pages of THE PROFESSOR standing up, because I was far too emotionally involved in the story to be able to sit. It is just that good." -- Amazon Reviewer
428 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 515 reviews.
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