The Silver and Gold Deception: A Romantic Comedy, by Brenda G. Bradley. (Still 3.99?)
"This is a very well written story that stays true to the description. My favorite character personally is the 6'3 transgender lady named Harriet (formerly Harry). She's always one to be "extra" which adds great humor to the story line. Overall, the book has everything; romance, mystery, and light-hearted moments to make you laugh. This is a good read that I think anyone would enjoy...and personally I like that you can get through it in one sitting.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
116 pages, with a 3.8-star rating from 5 reviews.
Devils and Details (Ordinary Magic Book 2), by Devon Monk. (Still 4.99?)
"I really loved the first book in this series and as soon as I saw a second in the series on Amazon I grabbed it and read it straight through. A fast read I find finished it in one sitting. The gods are having power issues and only the town's sisters three can save the day. As if that isn't enough of a issue a murdered vampire is found and the on again off again affections of one part time deputies are thrown in the mix. As usual humor and thrills are high and by the time the book wraps up you find that the story has concluded well but left enough new questions to make you want the next book much quicker than next spring." -- Amazon Reviewer
288 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 16 reviews.
KILLER ON THE FENS a gripping crime thriller full of twists, by JOY ELLIS. (Still 2.99?)
"Wow, simply wow. Joy Ellis knows how to keep her readers glued to the page. Killer on the Fens has a little bit of everything - a mysterious woman from DI Galena's father's past, an RAF base shrouded in mystery, catacombs, haunted marshes, crooked businessmen, and a serial killer with a knack for making bodies look their best. A bevy of long hidden secrets begin to unravel when an aspiring drug dealer is rescued from a deep trench on a rundown airbase. There are several competing plot lines, but Joy Ellis adroitly works the threads together. The result is resulting an astounding character driven mystery that leaves readers begging for more." -- Amazon Reviewer
252 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 16 reviews.
The Buried Book, by D. M. Pulley. (Still 4.54?)
"A number of reviewers have done an exemplary job of explaining the storyline and characterizations in The Buried Book and I echo their positive comments. As an avid reader, it is a delight to read a book whose author tells the story well, who creates characters that the reader cares about and who so accurately captures a time and place for the reader to experience...or to remember ... having lived through them as I did in the 1950's.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
410 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 78 reviews.
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