Organized for Scheduled Sabotage (Organized Mysteries Book 3), by Ritter Ames. (Still 0.99?)
“I just love a book where I become so comfortable with the lead characters and their families. Colorful kids, husbands, and wives, and I could tell you about each of their personalities. It’s like hanging out with old friends. But a few of these particular friends have an accidental nose for crime which I quite enjoy, including the scary, suspenseful parts. This time we’re adding in rescue animals, a truly likeable character named Liz with a soft spot for horses, and a quartet or curious, tiny goats to boot. (So fun.) Enjoyed the rural atmosphere and all the critters.” — Amazon Reviewer
Planning a photo shoot can be murder…
When Kate McKenzie and Meg Berman are hired to help organize location opportunities for a photo shoot featuring a bestselling calendar author, they can’t wait to start. Even better, they learn the royalties from the annual calendars help fund an animal rescue program in their state of Vermont. But once sabotage turns to murder and the police start looking for suspects, Kate and Meg find their lives suddenly upended by chaos and their own reputations at risk—along with their client’s as well. Now, it’s not enough to fulfill the terms of their contract, they must also find a way to save their client and her rescue program, too. All while making sure their next work outfits aren’t matching orange jumpsuits.
Organized for Scheduled Sabotage is the newest release in the popular Organized Mysteries series from USA TODAY bestselling author Ritter Ames, which features a small town New England setting and interesting characters, along with humor, strong family and friendship ties, and absorbing cozy mysteries.
207 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 19 reviews.
The Popish Midwife: A tale of high treason, prejudice and betrayal, by Annelisa Christensen. (Still 1.99?)
“This is one of the finest historical fictions I have ever read. The research is extensive and the detail excellently portrayed without slowing the story. But the thing that captivated me most was Ms. Christensen’s ability to vocalize the ‘first person’ dialogue. The dated pattern of speech is a wonder to read.” — Amazon Reviewer
**AWARD WINNER for Christian Historical Fiction in the Readers’ Favorite 2017 International Book Awards**
In seventeenth-century London, thirteen years after the plague and twelve years after the Great Fire, the restoration of King Charles II has dulled the memory of Cromwell’s puritan rule, yet fear and suspicion are rife. Religious turmoil is rarely far from tipping the scales into hysteria.
Elizabeth Cellier, a bold and outspoken midwife, regularly visits Newgate Prison to distribute alms to victims of religious persecution. There she falls in with the charming Captain Willoughby, a debtor, whom she enlists to gather information about crimes against prisoners, so she might involve herself in petitioning the king in their name.
“Tis a plot, Madam, of the direst sort.’
With these whispered words Willoughby draws Elizabeth unwittingly into the infamous Popish Plot and soon not even the fearful warnings of her husband, Pierre, can loosen her bond with it.
This novel is the incredible true story of one woman ahead of her time and her fight against prejudice and injustice.
453 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 35 reviews.
Falling (Girl With Broken Wings Book 1), by J Bennett. (Still free?)
“Poignant. And witty. The prose is occasionally overblown, but very clever. Smartly written. Superbly artistic. Fantastic, dry humor! Very original. Bennet has a very sharp mind. And the characters? I never really wanted to leave them alone to their lives. Interrupting my reading to live my own life was like having to suddenly walk away from a great conversation with a good friend.” — Amazon Reviewer
The first novel in the Girl With Broken Wings series
A Gripping Paranormal Action Thriller With A Quirky, Resilient Heroine!
Maya knew something was wrong… The stranger’s glowing hands were a big tipoff.
When the stranger murders Maya’s boyfriend with a single touch, drags the college sophomore to an abandoned storage unit, and injects her with a DNA-altering serum, Maya prays for a savior. Instead, she gets a double helping of knight-in-not-so-shining-armor when two young men claiming to be her half-brothers pull off a belated rescue.
>>> ““There are so many positive adjectives I can apply to this novel, I scarcely know where to begin. It’s totally exciting. Dramatic. Vividly intense. Poignant. Need I add that it’s an utterly riveting, page-turning read?” A Night’s Dream Of Books Blog
Now Maya is swiftly transforming into an “angel”, one of the scientifically-enhanced, energy-sucking creatures her brothers have spent their whole lives trying to destroy. Maya’s senses sharpen, her body becomes strong and agile, and she develops the ability to visually see the emotions of those around her as colorful auras…beautiful auras…tempting auras.
>>> “Maya is imperfect, sarcastic and believable; and her plight is heart-poundingly realistic.” Reading Lark Blog
Struggling to control the murderous appetite that fuels her new abilities, this budding paranormal warrior must find a way to accept her new condition and learn to trust her angel-hunting brothers as she joins them in their fight against the powerful and destructive creatures.
>>> “Quirky and fun with a dash of heart-wrenching family drama.” Black Sun Reviews Blog
On the up side, at least Maya’s eldest brother has stopped trying to kill her!
Get ready to fall hard for Falling, the first novel in the action-packed, great new adult fiction series, Girl With Broken Wings
Warning: this new adult paranormal action thriller contains strong language, violence, and sexual content.
Falling is now a paranormal and urban fantasy free book on Amazon.
199 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 94 reviews.
An Urchin of Means (The Baker Street Series Book 1), by April White. (Still 2.99?)
“April White has the rare ability to take history and wrap it around and through her characters. Her ability to weave the reader into her tale right from the start is a gift. Ringo is leading the way on another strong series!” — Amazon Reviewer
Ringo Devereux knows far too much for a man of his times. There’s no simple explanation for it that doesn’t involve improbable conversations about the future, and Ringo’s advanced understanding of three-phase generators and the secret histories of his city are not things he can discuss with the Victorian Londoners around him. Even his origins as an orphaned street thief are far too dangerous for a young gentleman of means to reveal.
An encounter with a ten-year-old pickpocket, and a luncheon with Oscar Wilde and Arthur Conan Doyle draw Ringo back into the shadows of his criminal past. A stolen gemstone, a suspicious pawnbroker, and a damning bundle of letters are mysteries that require Ringo’s thief’s instincts, his obscure facts, and the help of a little girl with the skills of deduction like his.
But are these crimes as random as they first appear? What do a covert affair and a blue carbuncle have in common? Ringo knows too much, but someone knows more, and the identity of a mysterious red-haired woman is perhaps the most diabolically complicated plot of them all.
258 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 41 reviews.
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