Sunday’s Mystery eBooks

The Seventh Witch
by Shirley Damsgaard
Rating: 4.6


The Seventh Witch is the seventh installment in Shirley Damsgaard’s Agatha Award-nominated Ophelia and Abby series featuring a small-town librarian with paranormal abilities and her endearingly unapologetic witch grandmother. Combining the best aspects of mystery and fantasy—a sort-of Miss Marple with magic—Damsgaard’s The Seventh Witch is a whodunit with a difference; a delightful diversion for anyone who loves the supernatural charm of Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse novels or Kim Harrison’s bestselling excursions to The Hollows.

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A Sight for Sore Eyes
by Ruth Rendell
Rating: 4.0


A Sight for Sore Eyes tells three stories, and for the longest time, the reader has no inkling of how they will come together. The first is a story of a little girl who has been scolded and sent to her room when her mother is brutally murdered; as Francine grows up, she is haunted by the experience, and it is years before she even speaks. Secondly, we become privy to the life of a young man, Teddy, born of unthinking young parents, who grows up almost completely ignored…

The Latina President: …And The Conspiracy to Destroy Her
by Joe Rothstein
Rating: 4.7


“If Grisham wrote political thrillers, they’d feel like this!”

She’s elected President of the United States pledged to lead a popular revolt against the corruption and greed of financial moguls and their lackeys in Congress. A conspiracy of the rich and powerful is determined to stop her before she succeeds. The result: impeachment, murder, assassination. “An unusually deep plot for a political thriller…An enthralling protagonist at the heart of a gripping tale of White House intrigue,” says Kirkus Reviews.

by Bernard Beckett
Rating: 4.0


A thought-provoking tale of the future set on an isolated island fortress: “The ending is an absolute mind-blower” (Booklist).

Anax thinks she knows history. She has studied the stories of the distant twenty-first century very diligently. Her grueling all-day examination has just begun, and if she passes, she’ll be admitted into the Academy—the elite governing institution of her utopian society. But Anax is about to discover that for all her learning, the history she’s been taught isn’t the whole story. And the Academy isn’t what she believes it to be.

In the Moment
by Lorhainne Eckhart
Rating: 4.7


“Eckhart has done it again–she is a masterful author that leaves you begging for more!”Katie Orost

Living on her parents’ ranch in the middle of nowhere, most people would give anything to be part of her family and have the kind of love her parents did. But Becky Friessen needed more than quiet and stability. She craved excitement, action, a spark of adventure and not letting anyone steer her into something she didn’t want to do, or living in a quiet piece of the world where nothing ever happened. Until she meets a man who shocks her with an indecent proposal that she finds herself actually considering…

Organizational Synergy
by Dr. Rami Ben-Yshai
Rating: 4.9


Organizational Synergy – A Practical Guide is a must-read for every manager, entrepreneur, business owner and organizational consultant who wants to profit and succeed in today’s business environment.

“This book is a practical, methodical and user-friendly tool. It helps you to assimilate the language of synergy smoothly in the organization, especially during specific conflicts. A message that deeply impressed me is the fact that parties don’t have to reach an agreement to respect each other. The message-circle experiment is one that I’d recommend to my department managers to apply to their subordinates. For me, the blank pages in the exercises section served as a bridge between theory and practice.”

Devotion – Men in the Bible
by Dennis Stevenson
Rating: 5.0


Devotion – Men in the Bible introduces you to thirty stories of men in every kind of circumstance. Meet men in their moment of triumph, greatest failure and everywhere in between. Discover how their stories are connected to yours and use that inspiration to change your own life.

Author Dennis Stevenson unlocks the secret to reading Bible stories like they were written directly to you. Learn how these ancient tales of loyalty, betrayal, anger, lust, hopelessness, fear and faith can unleash an explosion of spiritual vitality.