Murder in Adland (Detective Inspector Skelgill Investigates Book 1), by Bruce Beckham. (Still 0.99?)
"Apart from the whodunnnit part of the book, which was skillfully written, and allowed for no plot holes, the development of the characters was superb. There were times when the writing reminded me P.D. James, because the people came to life on the page for me. I enjoyed Skelgill's weaknesses - fishing and food and Jones makes a perfect sidekick for him.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
266 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 90 reviews.
Master Of My Dreams (A Heroes of the Sea Book 1), by Danelle Harmon. (Still 3.99?)
"Danelle Harmon's "Heroes of the Sea" series is wonderful. The heroes are brave, loyal, strong, and gentlemen through and through. The author does an excellent job of painting the American Revolutionary War period from a different perspective--that of English Naval officers. It's very refreshing and makes for a much appreciated break from cookie cutter romances.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
391 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 74 reviews.
The Pocket Watch: The Pocket Watch Chronicles, by Ceci Giltenan. (Still 0.99?)
"With Ceci Giltnan her superbly written riveting stories only get better if that is even possible! As I have been an avid fan since her debut as an author with the fantastic Highland Solution and all her books are written with such compassion and beauty with intrigue and powerful plots that hold the readers interest from the first word in the first chapter to the last word in in the epilogue. They have all been on my keeper shelves, well to me that's how Ceci Gilenan's spectacular books roll! As a Jersey girl this book was extremely special to me as I could picture each place she described in Maggie's background. All in all I absolutely loved The Pocket Watch by Ceci Giltenan a spectacular time-travel that will both pull your heart strings, and is so much fun to read. I can't wait with what's next for this brilliant author as I am so looking forward to it!" -- Amazon Reviewer
171 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 96 reviews.
Q Road: A Novel (Mysteries & Horror), by Bonnie Jo Campbell. (Still 3.99?)
"I was immediately drawn into this rural world peopled by an array of eclectic and sympathetic characters struggling with the onslaught of family farms being devoured by development. The plot revolves around one man's attempt to continue farming against the odds (and fate itself.) While the theme is both grand and timely, it is the people who live on Q Road that make this book one of the most absorbing books I have read in some time. Bonnie Jo Campbell has a gift for bringing a range of characters to life, and every one is both unique and believable and unlike any characters that have gone before. Parts are so beautifully written I had to read them several times, just to feel the goosebumps raise up on my skin from the sheer beauty and power of her words. When I finished, I wanted to begin again, for I was reluctant to leave these people and this world behind. I came away feeling that I had lived this story and cared deeply about the characters and most importantly about the land itself." -- Amazon Reviewer
288 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 21 reviews.
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