Archive for October 2, 2017

Monday’s Mystery Kindle Books: Late Reads

And Still, She Wept
by T.C. Barnes


New York Detective Frank Reilly is a man on a mission. After having lost his beloved wife to cancer, he is drawn back from the brink of an emotional abyss by the murder of a teenage girl who looks just like her. With nothing else left to assuage his guilt, he throws himself into the investigation with every ounce of passion still left inside him.

The Satan Bug
by Alistair MacLean


HELL IS ABOUT TO BE UNLEASHED… Five strands of high-voltage wire, 200 yards of bare ground and double barbed wire fences patrolled by armed guards with dogs separated Mordon Research Centre from the outside world.

Yet behind the locked doors of E block, a scientist lies dead, and a new toxin of terrifying power has vanished…

Beaded to Death
by Janis Patterson


You’d think the life of a bead artist would be fairly uneventful. But that’s not the case for Lilias Ruiz. Especially when she returns from an art fair tour and is greeted by a dead body. The police are convinced she’s the killer and suddenly Lilias finds herself hanging on to a thread of innocence. But after her home is vandalized and her van broken into, Lilias begins to realize that she has something someone wants.

Dragon’s First Rule
by Silver Milan


When Jett realizes Ariel has no one, he vows to protect her, as the girl has been turned against her will in dragon territory. He plans not only to shield her, but to hunt down the very outlaw who hurt her. But Jett soon finds himself growing attached to his quirky yet beautiful lion shifter. He begins a dangerous game with her, skirting the razor’s edge of passion.

Monday’s Mystery Kindle Books: Early Reads

Double Knit Murders
by Maggie Sefton


The first two books in the national bestselling Knitting mysteries- Knit One, Kill Two and Needled to Death. In Knit One, Kill Two, Kelly Flynn returns to Colorado for her aunt’s funeral only to suspect that the woman’s death was not an accident. With the help of the knitting regulars at House of Lambspun, Kelly’s about to get a few lessons in creating a sumptuously colored scarf-and in luring a killer out of hiding…

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(Knitting Mysteries)

The Psalmist
by James Lilliefors


Luke Bowers is in the good and evil business. Nothing at the scene identifies the woman or explains why she was at the church. And when state police homicide investigator Amy Hunter comes to town to head up the case, not everyone is pleased that a young, female outsider has the job…

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(Bowers and Hunter Mysteries)

The Blowback Protocol
by Lars Emmerich


A little girl has been slain. Is it Special Agent Sam Jameson’s fault? Homeland, Justice, and a powerful US senator think so. And Sam is afraid they might be right. She’s been suspended, and she even faces an indictment. With her beau stuck on an overseas deployment, she’s left alone with her guilt and heartache – until a cryptic and terrifying message propels her out of her darkness and into a morass of international intrigue.

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(A Sam Jameson Thriller)

The Moonlit Mind
by Dean Koontz


In this chilling original stand-alone novella, available exclusively as an eBook, #1 New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz offers a taste of what’s to come in his new novel, 77 Shadow Street, with a mesmerizing tale of a homeless boy at large in a city fraught with threats . . . both human and otherwise.

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(Bowers and Hunter Mysteries)

Our Start-Up
by Dov Reichman


Nir has a great idea. But will it work? Middle school student, Nir Carmelli, dreams of conquering the world with his idea for an innovative new product. Although aware of the difficulties, Nir decides to advance the idea, even if it does not become a product or profitable business.

Not only off the ground… but soaring! His classmate, Anna, gets involved in the project, creating a friendship between the two and even first love. Together, the young inventors learn many practical lessons about what it takes to develop a successful start-up.