Tuesday’s Mystery eBooks
Wine and Dead, Another Murder
by Christa Nardi
Rating: 4.7 #ad
A murder and a toxic substance in a vineyard would spell doom for the manager of any winery. And when that manager is a woman, a rarity in the wine industry, people are quick to place the blame on her shoulders. Even though Sheridan’s husband, Brett, and his partner are already on the case, the amateur sleuth, is quick to jump in. In her search for clues, Sheridan and her friends explore the offerings at several nearby vineyards, where they discover more than great wine.
(A Sheridan Hendley Mysteries)
by T.O. Paine
Rating: 3.9 #ad
“The end blew my mind. I did not see that coming. . .” ★★★★★ – Readers’ Favorite
Randall the Hunter goes to the window. Opens the curtains. The blizzard rages outside. He says no one is leaving. He says nothing will stop the hunt. Nothing will stop the excursion.
Charly Highsmith is a survivor. Abandoned by her parents, she spent her teens looking after her autistic brother on the bitter streets of Denver, Colorado, with nothing but a jacket and a backpack.
The Last Party
by Clare Mackintosh
Rating: 4.2 #ad
On New Year’s Eve, Rhys Lloyd has a house full of guests. His vacation homes on Mirror Lake are a success, and he’s generously invited the village to drink champagne with their wealthy new neighbors.
But by midnight, Rhys will be floating dead in the freezing waters of the lake.
On New Year’s Day, Ffion Morgan has a village full of suspects. The tiny community is her home, so the suspects are her neighbors, friends and family—and Ffion has her own secrets to protect.
Special Agent Maximilian
by Mimi Barbour
Rating: 4.6 #ad
In this electrifying romantic suspense set in the steamy streets of New Orleans, Lieutenant Commander Nik Baudin accidentally meets up with an identical twin he never knew existed. When his brother Max goes missing, Nik assumes his identity as Special Agent Maximilian. This gives him access to FBI files making it easier to arrest the gangsters who attacked his brother and to stop their trafficking of underage girls. Being that Nik has specialized commando training, he’s the perfect man for the job – that’s if his PTSD doesn’t kick in and leave him cowering in a corner…
(Undercover FBI Mysteries)
The Sword of Reckoning
by Lea Schizas
Rating: 4.4 #ad
A fatal judgment call from the past comes back to haunt the now prestigious Detective Savannah Flowers, unmasking long-forgotten memories, and quickly realizing her deadliest enemy may be someone closest to her.
An event from fifteen years ago pushed Savannah to pursue a career as a homicide detective. A current case now stirs that horrific night to the surface, with all mounting evidence pointing it has something to do with her past. Teetering solely on intuition, she pushes to discover answers to the multitude of questions that will not only help solve the crimes but perhaps unravel intuitions stirring lately.
I’m Not Scared
by Niccolò Ammaniti
Rating: 4.0 #ad
Southern Italy, 1978. In the midst of a relentlessly hot summer, as the adults stay inside tending to their own business, six children explore the scorched wheat fields that enclose their tiny Italian village. When the gang find a dilapidated farmhouse, nine-year-old Michele Amitrano makes a discovery so momentous that he doesn’t dare tell a soul. It is a secret that Michele doesn’t fully understand, yet it will force him to question everything and everyone around him, and will bring his innocent world toppling down.
EMP Shelter In Place
by James Hunt
Rating: 4.3 #ad
Ben will encounter an enemy with no moral compass, and an unrelenting fire that threatens to burn his home, and his family, to ash.
When an EMP sends the small mountain town of Bear Ridge into darkness, Firefighter Lieutenant Ben Riker must hike to the city of Asheville to rescue his two young sons. But on his journey, Ben discovers that the EMP was only the beginning of a far deadlier plot.