MURDERED (Click Your Poison Book 2), by James Schannep. (Still 0.99?)
"First off I love to read a good murder mystery. Murdered (Click Your Poison) is a choose your path adventure. With Murdered you get not only a good murder mystery but you get to investigate the murder and choose which direction the investigation takes. I am very impressed by how well done the book is and the different paths you are given. I have since read through it once and I can not wait to read it again and choose to follow a different path to see where that will lead. I highly recommend this book!" -- Amazon Reviewer
372 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 41 reviews.
Keys of Life: Uriel's Justice, by Carolyn Schield. (Still free?)
"The plot was a mix of spy, crime, drama, and mystery and it was enough to keep me reading and wondering what was going to happen in the next chapter. It starts to get good towards the middle of the book when all the separate stories begin to make more sense. It pits Archangel Uriel, leader of the Pure of Hearts, against Antar, leader of the Children of Nephilim, in a battle against light and dark. To me, the book kind of feels like Alias (some similarities to collecting Rambaldi artifacts) meets Harry Potter, with dashes of Lord of The Rings and Where in the World is Carmen San Diego." -- Amazon Reviewer
382 pages, with a 4-star rating from 53 reviews.
The Lead Cloak (The Lattice Trilogy Book 1), by Erik Hanberg. (Still free?)
"Brilliant. Hanberg has created a gripping storyline that is entirely possible in our rapidly developing Information Age. Byron Shaw's character development is engaging...you become torn with the decisions he has to make along the way. There is NO end to the foresight and creativity that Hanberg brings to this novel. This is a wonderfully written Sci-Fi story that has me wishing the second installment was already available. You would be remiss to pass on this book. You will love it from the moment you get through the first page. Looking forward to Part II !!!!!!" -- Amazon Reviewer
424 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 25 reviews.
The Downstairs Maid, by Rosie Clarke. (Still 1.99?)
"Rosie Clarke has written a dramatic, emotional and engrossing saga that will capture readers’ attention from the very first page and keep them engrossed until the final full stop. Writing with flair, style and panache, Rosie Clarke exquisitely depicts a world on the precipice of great social and cultural change and brings to vivid and authentic life the first few decades of the twentieth century, where the working classes where shaking off the shackles of circumstance and seeking to become masters of their own destinies, while the aristocracy were realising that the conventions that had bound them for centuries were crumbling around them.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
450 pages, with a 4-star rating from 10 reviews.
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