Sunday, April 10, 2016
Free and bargain Kindle books (Sunday April 10)
Murder in the Mind (Detective Inspector Skelgill Investigates Book 6), by Bruce Beckham. (Still free?)
""Murder in the Mind", as all all Bruce Beckham books, is very well written. Author's style combines in perfect harmony such rarely seen together literary elements as a lyricism, sense of humor, and thoughtfulness, He is equally good in creating complex characters, vivid scenery, and highly suspenseful twisted plots. I am convinced that Bruce Beckham is a master of Whodunit in a classical English tradition of the genre." -- Amazon Reviewer
264 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 15 reviews.
RATS, by Joe Klingler. (Still 0.99?)
"Don't start this book if you have to be somewhere in 15 minutes. You'll be late! I was immediately drawn in by the story and the characters, and was always kept wondering what would happen next. The use of technology was educational and believable, even if the programming skills of one of the characters is well beyond anything I've seen in my career! Finally, the social message of interfering with the affairs of another sovereign state, and not cleaning up the mess you made, is one that never gets stale. Highly recommended!" -- Amazon Reviewer
455 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 237 reviews.
TROUBLE AT THE KENNEL: A Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery, by Dianne Harman. (Still free?)
"Now, dog lovers and mystery lovers, you'll love this fast, fun read by Dianne Harman. Kelly, our heroine, owner of Kelly's Koffee Shop, and Mike, sheriff of Beaver County, return from Cuba only to learn that the owner of Doggie Love Kennel has been killed -- more precisely, murdered and all the dogs turned loose. So now Kelly and Mike must not only find a murderer, but see if they can find room in their hearts for a couple of new dogs... Great fun from an adroit writer." -- Amazon Reviewer
142 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 41 reviews.
26 Miles to the Moon: The Great Space Race Is On!, by Andrew Males. (Still free?)
"The book was so entertaining, it honestly makes you think about those rare changes in life that you may have, which could change your entire world. How you should take them, and not settle for sitting at a desk job just because it’s “conventional”. This story also teaches us that we should always root for the under dog, especially when we feel like we ARE the under dog. We can do more than we think!" -- Amazon Reviewer
320 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 6 reviews.
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