Homeowner With a Gun: A Thriller, by Samuel Hawley. (Still 0.99?)
"I have read many true accounts of homeowners with a gun who were put in a situation like the main character of this novel. The author did his homework and did a very credible job of setting up the plot. What added suspense as the plot developed is the depiction of the homeowner as a "normal" person with confusion, fear, remorse, etc. Nothing makes sense to the homeowner who is then forced to solve the puzzle to protect himself from whatever forces seek to cause him harm. I would recommend this book to my friends." -- Amazon Reviewer
314 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 53 reviews.
In Times Like These: A Time Travel Adventure, by Nathan Van Coops. (Still free?)
"what makes this story interesting is that the characters weren't looking to time travel - they start out entirely by accident. Because of this and the first person narration, we're learning about time travel (and the science behind it) right along with Ben and his friends. Suspense, witty dialogue, and a well-crafted world make this an enjoyable read." -- Amazon Reviewer
384 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 164 reviews.
Dangerous Passage (Southern Crimes Book #1): A Novel, by Lisa Harris. (Still free?)
"This story becomes more and more complex. However, I never felt lost or confused. Instead, the author crafted an intricate story, adding layer upon layer to keep me guessing as to what would happen next. I realized early on that there was much more to these two murders than met the eye, but it wasn't until the very end that I fully understood everything. Definitely the mark of a great story-teller! I also enjoyed that while this book is definitely a romantic suspense, the two are balanced well. I'm anxiously awaiting the next book in this series!" -- Amazon Reviewer
322 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 309 reviews.
Cold Feet at Christmas, by Debbie Johnson. (Still 0.99?)
"I am a sucker for a great romance that involves an attractive curmudgeon, a sassy, confident woman, a secluded cabin and a holiday setting, which must be the reason I fell in love with this book. This story was both hysterical and heartbreaking at once. They way that Leah diffused the situation when she deemed it necessary to lighten the mood is really was made this story really great. Actually it was pretty much Leah that made this story period." -- Amazon Reviewer
222 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 38 reviews.
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