Friday’s Mystery eBooks

Homicide by Hamlet
by Lois Lavrisa
Rating: 4.1

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Annie Mae has one last job to do before she retires from a thirty-year career in academia, one week of summer theater camp. Easy peasy. Until a team leader is murdered, and all hell breaks loose. Everyone is a suspect and everyone has a secret. Will she find out the truth before she becomes the killer’s next victim? Or will death be her swan song?

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(Georgia Coast Cozy Mysteries)


Washed Up
by Laurinda Wallace
Rating: 4.5

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Gracie’s vacation to Arizona to sort out her relationship with Deputy Marc Stevens immediately turns deadly. A battered body in a mountain stream, suspicious treasure hunters, and a missing teen are players in a dangerous drug cartel case. Her romantic life may fizzle as Marc focuses on the investigation, leaving her to explore on her own. A spur-of-the-moment hiking trip with her B & B hostess leads the pair to discover a crucial piece of evidence in an unmapped cave. That’s when her vacation in the high desert heats up.

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(A Gracie Andersen Mysteries)


A Girl Named Blue
by Cecilia Randell
Rating: 4.7

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Blue Faust considers herself a regular girl. A little shy, maybe, and a smidge isolated. But she’s got a plan for that, and a list.  When she and her mother move to a new city, she implements it. This will be The Year of New Things, and there will be adventures. Little does she know just how right she is.

While out hiking one day with new friends, she finds herself in a strange world. Confronted with kidnappers, stubborn beast-mounts, advanced technology and killer crystals, she has to somehow find a way to get everyone home. Throw in an assortment of hooligans, mercenaries and clansmen, and Blue has all the New she can handle.

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(The Adventures of Blue Faust)


MEG: Primal Waters
by Steve Alten
Rating: 4.4

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Eighteen years have passed since Angel, the Megalodon shark broke free of the Tanaka Lagoon and returned to the Mariana Trench. Meanwhile, Jonas Taylor-adventurer, has become Jonas Taylor, middle-aged father of two, overwhelmed by mountains of bills and the daily strife of raising a family. But life is about to change.

A Hollywood television producer wants Jonah to join his new survival series: Daredevils. For the next six weeks, two teams of crazy daredevils on a South Pacific Ocean voyage on-board a replica of a Spanish Galleon will try to outperform one another in front of the cameras.


Deadly Secrets
by Margaret Daley
Rating: 4.4

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Secrets. Murder. Reunion. Sarah St. John, an FBI profiler, finally returns home after fifteen years for her niece’s wedding. But in less than a day, Sarah’s world is shattered when her niece is kidnapped the night before her vows. Sarah can’t shake the feeling her own highly personal reason for leaving Hunter Davis at the altar is now playing out again in this nightmarish scene with her niece.

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(Strong Women Extraordinary Situations)


The Girl I Didn’t Marry
by Annabelle Costa
Rating: 4.6

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She’s a good girl. He’s the no-good son of a Brooklyn mobster. Nick Moretti met the girl he wanted to marry at age fourteen. Jessie Schultz–the most beautiful girl he’d ever known. From the moment he saw her, he knew she’d be his wife someday.

Jessie fell hard for the bad boy with the smoldering eyes. Too bad her father would rather rearrange Nick’s face than let his only daughter date the son of a local thug. So while she’s living under her father’s roof, Nick has to stay away. Just a little longer… Then Nick gets hurt.

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(Jessie & Nick)


The Age of Anomaly
by Andrei Polgar
Rating: 5.0

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The Age of Anomaly is here to provide much-needed clarity. My name is Andrei Polgar but a lot of you might know me as “the One Minute Economics guy on YouTube” and I’ve never been an economist who desperately wants to sound intelligent.

Instead, through my work, I’ve had one goal and one goal only: making economics easy to understand, something traditional education has failed at remarkably. As time passes, my work is featured in more and more universities all over the world.