The Library: Where Life Checks Out, by Carmen DeSousa. (Still 0.99?)
"Carmen DeSousa sure knows how to write a fantastic mystery that kept me second guessing my choices of the killer until the very end. When I arrived, all out of breath and confused by the wild ride, I was shocked. And that is the exact way a well written mystery should make you feel--out of breath and mouth agape.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
262 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 202 reviews.
One Night in Tehran: A Titus Ray Thriller, by Luana Ehrlich. (Still 0.99?)
"What gives One Night in Tehran its authentic feel is the author's knowledge of the situation in the Middle East, her familiarity with its customs, and her intense research into the processes of the FBI and the CIA. All is extremely convincing. But it takes more than depth of research to grab a reader's attention from the beginning of a story and hold it to the very end. That requires imagination... and the skill to turn that imagination into words. Ms. Erlich has that enviable quality in her writing that really good actors have. The writing never obtrudes or causes the reader to look at it in any questioning way. It is that perfect mix of quality prose and dialogue that is so natural that reader is aware only of story, drawn unwittingly into the very heart of what is happening." -- Amazon Reviewer
289 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 458 reviews.
Grand & Humble, by Brent Hartinger. (Still free?)
"Grand and Humble is a story that is riveting to the end, taking twists and turns as the reader struggles to figure out who these two boys are and how they are linked. The conclusion is epic and satisfying! The clues were there the whole time, and when the reader finishes, they will page back through and try to find the clues and link them together.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
224 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 42 reviews.
Descent (The Immortal Chronicles Book 1), by Sloane Murphy. (Still free?)
"This book awed me, considering this is by a debut author, the creativity flowed of the page and and the characters seamlessly jumped out and worked so well with strong development and a well thought out story line and plot. The twist and turns throughout this book had me guessing what was going on and caught me out with emotion on a couple of occasions that I didn't see coming. watching the story unfold with all the half truths, deceit and lies leaking out to play havoc with the world that Addie thought she new was so cleverly intertwined and all interlinked in its dual POV with Xander that you will want to know more." -- Amazon Reviewer
260 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 10 reviews.
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