Archive for October 8, 2017

Sunday’s Mystery Kindle Books: Late Reads

Ghost Fleet
by P. W. Singer, August Cole


What Will World War III Look Like? Ghost Fleet is a page-turning imagining of a war set in the not-too-distant future. Navy captains battle through a modern-day Pearl Harbor; fighter pilots duel with stealthy drones; teenage hackers fight in digital playgrounds; Silicon Valley billionaires mobilize for cyber-war; and a serial killer carries out her own vendetta.

by Tim Johnston


The Rocky Mountains have cast their spell over the Courtlands, who are taking a family vacation before their daughter leaves for college. But when Caitlin and her younger brother, Sean, go out for an early morning run and only Sean returns, the mountains become as terrifying as they are majestic. Written with a precision that captures every emotion, every moment of fear, as each member of the family searches for answers…

The Obsidian Chamber
by Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child


A TRAGIC DISAPPEARANCE – After a harrowing, otherworldly confrontation on the shores of Exmouth, Massachussetts, Special Agent A.X.L. Pendergast is missing, presumed dead.

A SHOCKING RETURN – Sick with grief, Pendergast’s ward, Constance, retreats to her chambers beneath the family mansion at 891 Riverside Drive–only to be taken captive by a shadowy figure from the past.

Fugitive Mate
by Anastasia Wilde


Emma Wilkes is on the run from her ex-boyfriend–with a stolen laptop containing evidence of his crimes. When she meets a hot guy in a truck stop bar, she pretends to be his date, hoping to throw her ex’s hit squad off her trail.

Alpha wolf Jace Monroe has only weeks to find a true mate and bond with her, or he’ll lose his pack and his territory. To him, the stranger coming on to him is just a delectably curvy distraction from his troubles. But to his wolf, she’s the one…

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(Silverlake Shifters)

Debunking Misconceptions About Catholicism
by J Alvarez


In seeking knowledge, we use our minds, but in seeking the true meaning of our lives, we must use our hearts. Recent surveys purportedly saying that many Catholics no longer want to go to church got it all extremely wrong!

This book will debunk misconceptions of Catholics wrongly perceived as idol worshipers or celebrators of pagan traditions. It will try to answer in very simple layman’s terms the following controversial questions that even a fifth grader will understand…

Who Am I?
by Roland Stirnemann


In the world we live in temptation is everywhere. For many Christian parents, raising God-fearing children can seem like a perpetual struggle. And raising sons who live their lives in God’s light is even more difficult. By helping parents understand the hearts and minds of their sons, this invaluable book will help you to mold them into strong spiritual men who live by God’s rules.

Sunday’s Mystery Kindle Books: Early Reads

Death of a Ghost
by M. C. Beaton


When Police Sergeant Hamish Macbeth hears reports of a haunted castle near Drim, he assumes the eerie noises and lights reported by the villagers are just local teenagers going there to smoke pot or, worse, inject themselves with drugs.

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(A Hamish Macbeth Mysteries)

Black Shadow Moon: Stoker’s Redemption
by P.G. Kassel


Author Bram Stoker thought he’d seen the last of the vampire Vlad Tepes. While his literary masterpiece Dracula is now nearly complete, the guilt having put his friends and wife in danger follows him daily. The despair deepens when Stoker learns Tepes has bound himself to the author’s wife and claimed her for his own.

With vampire blood coursing through her veins, Stoker’s only option to keep her from becoming undead is to slay the beast. Once again, Stoker must enlist Henry Irving and Arthur Conan Doyle to destroy the fiend who inspired Dracula. What he doesn’t know is that they’re in for the fight of their lives… and souls.

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(Bram Stoker’s Dark Secret)

The Painted Queen
by Elizabeth Peters, Joan Hess


Arriving in Cairo for another thrilling excavation season, Amelia is relaxing in a well-earned bubble bath in her elegant hotel suite in Cairo, when a man with knife protruding from his back staggers into the bath chamber and utters a single word – “Murder” – before collapsing on the tiled floor, dead.

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(Amelia Peabody Mysteries)

Final Approach
by John J. Nance


A government investigator looks into the cover-up of a deadly plane crash in this aviation thriller from the New York Times–bestselling author of LockoutIn the control tower at Kansas City International Airport, all the radar displays are red. But for the experienced pilots of North America Airlines, the thunderstorms aren’t the problem: NAA has been cutting costs to stave off bankruptcy, and will do anything to keep their planes in the air. Unfortunately, no matter what they do, one is on its way down.

Across Great Divides
by Monique Roy


Across Great Divides is a timeless, World War II story of the upheavals of war, the power of family, and the resiliency of human spirit. When Hitler comes to power in 1933, one Jewish family refuses to be destroyed and defies the Nazis only to come up against another struggle–confronting Apartheid in South Africa.

Across Great Divides illuminates a Jewish family in Germany in WWII caught in significant 20th century travesties: the Nazi occupation of Europe during World War Two and Apartheid in South Africa.

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