Book Discovery Day! (Tuesday, August 29)

It’s Book Discovery Day! Twice a week we bring you a selection of books that are newly-published, or that have been overlooked.

Every great book was once a hidden gem. Browse through the books below and start your own discovery!

Book Discovery – newly-published and overlooked books!

 

The Miranda’s Rights Mysteries: Books 1-3, by Linsey Lanier
Books 1-3 in the exciting mystery-thriller series from bestselling author Linsey Lanier.

“Gripping and dramatic”
“Puts you on the edge with suspense and leaves you there until the last page.”
“I just adore this series!”

A serial killer strangling young girls in a bizarre ritual.
A beautiful young horse breeder’s face is brutally crushed by the hooves of her favorite stallion.
An arrogant creep has just discovered how much he enjoys murdering women.

The Miranda’s Rights Mystery series is the emotional story of a stubborn loner who discovers a talent for facing down killers while looking for her stolen daughter.

***SOMEONE ELSE’S DAUGHTER***
A woman can never make herse…

Deadly Revelations: Stories about Love & Murder, by John D. Ottini
Love makes the world go round. But it can also turn spouses into enemies, saints into sinners, and passion into murder. In Deadly Revelations, John D. Ottini crafts five suspenseful stories about troubled relationships, the frayed bonds of trust, and the lengths people are willing to go to in order to preserve the one thing they hold dear.

In “Remorse,” Bradley discovers his wife Sara may be cheating on him. Discovering the truth leads him on a dark and dangerous path that may bring him to an unimaginable point of no return. “Loves Me Not” is the small-town story of Jonathan and Grace, two married New York City ex-pats, and Grace’s disturbing question: did the man that she loves murder the town’s innocent librarian? I…

Undergrad Elementalist: An Emma Dawes Story (Emma Dawes, Elementalist Book 1), by T. Franklin Beck
Emma Dawes is getting used to living on campus. She’s getting to know her roommate, throwing parties, doing the things that most college freshmen do. She’s also been invited into a secret club, where students learn to control and unleash their innate magical abilities. Learning about magic was great at first, but when people start dying, seemingly killed by magic users, Emma’s peaceful college existence gets a whole lot more complicated… and deadly.

In this coming of age urban fantasy tale, a young woman named Emma Dawes learns that she has magical powers, and is suddenly thrust into a world of excitement and danger as she is recruited into her new school’s magic club. She is simultaneously discovering herself while she discov…

White Wine & Medical Marijuana: A Compilation of Poems, by Julia Cirignano
White Wine & Medical Marijuana is a book of poetry that explores themes such femininity, sexuality, weakness, strength, addiction, power, and profanity. It analyzes these themes, while keeping the language casual, simple, and accessible to all readers. Enjoy the power struggle between self criticism and self love, the raw life observations, and the relentless scrutinization of everyday life….
Elvingstone: A Gothic Fantasy Romance, by J.P. Reedman
In an alternate world Victorian England, Arabella Lorne dances every night upon the stage, surrounded by egotistical prima donnas, dishonest theatrical agents, and sinister hangers-on,
When the ageing Diva Eulalia Fairbanks accuses Arabella of upstaging her, and her Eulalia’s ‘bully boys’ decide to make an example of the young actress, Arabella fears for her very life.
However, the saturnine, brooding Sir Alaric Stannion, an admirer who has watched Arabella’s performances from his box every night, rescues her and holds out an escape from her tumultuous life.
He offers to marry her and make her mistress of Elvingstone Manor. A marriage purely of convenience, as he needs a wife for propriety’s sake.
Barred from t…
            
A Wolf Like Me (Thomas Spell Book 1), by Andy Fitz
A midnight ritual by a secret society in the English Countryside nearly costs Thomas Spell his life. He returns home to Chicago to find that he carries within himself something unspeakable – a condition for which he believes there is no cure, until he meets Penelope, a beautiful and brilliant pre-med student determined to heal him. But The Brotherhood searches for him still, convinced that he holds the key to an unimaginable power. As his life begins to spiral out of control, Thomas is forced to confront his own past, as well as the dark forces closing in on him and everything he holds dear….
The Last Fighter Pilot: The True Story of the Final Combat Mission of World War II, by Don Brown
*A NATIONAL BESTSELLER!*

The New York Post calls The Last Fighter Pilot a “must-read” book.

From April to August of 1945, Captain Jerry Yellin and a small group of fellow fighter pilots flew dangerous bombing and strafe missions out of Iwo Jima over Japan. Even days after America dropped the atomic bombs on Hiroshima on August 6 and Nagasaki on August 9, the pilots continued to fly. Though Japan had suffered unimaginable devastation, the emperor still refused to surrender.

Bestselling author Don Brown (Treason) sits down with Yelllin, now ninety-three years old, to tell the incredible true story of the final combat mission of World War II. Nine days after Hiroshima,…

Sweet Dreams: Book 2 (The Orange Blossom Series), by Leigh Duncan
Sarah Bowen is trapped in Orange Blossom…and she’s desperate to escape.

The day Sarah dropped her college-bound best friends off at the airport, she vowed to follow in their footsteps…soon. While she worked in her family’s pie shop and socked away every spare dime toward her expenses at a world-renowned culinary school, she dreamed of the day she’d become a famous chef and open her own restaurant. But Sarah’s plans have simmered on the back burner when one disaster after another delayed her plans. Her friends have established careers and started families while she remained trapped in a small town filled with nosy matrons who frown as they look over her shoulder. It’s no wonder that resentment has added a bitter …

 

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