Sunday, January 31, 2016
Murder in the Pearl District (Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery Series Book 5), by Dianne Harman. (Still free?)
"This is a fun mystery that is really enjoyable to read. This is my first time reading the Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery books and I was worried that since I am reading these out of order. There was no trouble feeling lost, or like I was missing something vital by not reading the first books. It is always nice to be able to pick up a book in a series and be able to really enjoy it without feeling lost. So, if you have not read the series before, don't let that keep you from reading this book. I enjoyed the characters, which are a diverse group, who are well developed and mesh well with the plot. The plot itself is well developed and with enough twists to really hold your interest. The writing is light, refreshing and very engaging. " -- Amazon Reviewer
179 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 130 reviews.
The Third Girl (Molly Sutton Mysteries Book 1), by Nell Goddin. (Still free?)
"Well written, expertly woven mystery, good pacing but not rushed - all of which made it a superior read. An engaging cast of characters that the author took her time revealing, and who I look forward to knowing better. Nell Goddin demonstrated solid insight into each character's behavior and motivation, as well as the interwoven-ness of French village life. I enjoyed this book on many levels." -- Amazon Reviewer
321 pages, with a 4-star rating from 78 reviews.
Sink: Old Man's Tale, by Perrin Briar. (Still free?)
"An amusingly adventurous tale of two adversaries thrown together on a journey that takes them both out of their miserable existences and teaches them what life is truly about. With Graham stuck working unhappily for an unscrupulous man and Jeremiah stuck in his own world of isolation the two are forced to travel a journey together that will teach them both what is important in their lives. This rollercoaster will keep you turning the pages to the end." -- Amazon Reviewer
172 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 30 reviews.
Cast In Blood: Revelations Series Book 1:, by Christine Sutton. (Still free?)
"I loved this story. Had some twist and turns . a super great supernatural story with some Kick ass female characters how can you not want to cheer them on I can not wait for book two to come out . The ending had me wanting more." -- Amazon Reviewer
390 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 14 reviews.
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