Sunday’s Mystery Kindle Books: Late Reads

The Ankeny Arsonist
by G.G. Morris

KINDLE NOOK

Daughter of a famous chanteuse, Wanda Whipple prefers sleuthing to champagne and caviar. When an arsonist lights up the mayor’s home, Wanda’s investigative skills are put to a trial by fire…literally!

Before long, a body is discovered in the rubble of the mayor’s home, and the hunt is on for a killer. Wanda’s old flame heads up the investigation, but Detective Rubio’s no match for Wanda’s talent for smoking out a suspect.


Pardner’s Trust
by Randall Dale

KINDLEAUDIBLE

A good horse gone bad and a young, ambitious cowboy meet in an epic battle of wills in the dry and dusty southwest. Hard working and honest to the core Ricky Richardson, taught by one of the best, is injured in a freak horse accident that leaves him in the hospital and the horse dead. After six weeks of recovery and without work he is desperate for a job.

An offer comes with a catch, he must show up with a horse to ride and the only horse in his price range is a mistrusting black with a history of having been mistreated.

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(The Pardner’s Trust Series)


Pandemic
by Scott Sigler

KINDLE NOOK AUDIBLE

To some, Doctor Margaret Montoya is a hero – a brilliant scientist who saved the human race from an alien intelligence determined to exterminate all of humanity. To others, she’s a monster – a mass murderer single-handedly responsible for the worst atrocity ever to take place on American soil.

All Margaret knows is that she’s broken. The blood of a million deaths is on her hands. Guilt and nightmares have turned her into a shut-in, too mired in self-hatred even to salvage her marriage, let alone be the warrior she once was.

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(Infected Series)


Son
by Jack Olsen, Gregg Olsen

KINDLE NOOK AUDIBLE

For more than two years, a rapist prowled the night streets of the homey, All-American city of Spokane, Washington, terrorizing women, sparking a run on gun stores, and finally causing one newspaper to offer a reward – the calls taken by the distinguished managing editor himself, Gordon Coe. In March 1981, luck and inspired police work at last produced an arrest, and Spokane shuddered. The suspect was clean cut and conservative…and Gordon Coe’s son.

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