Killers, Detectives, and Ex Cons: Discounted Mystery / Thriller eBooks

Murder in Aix on Kindle

Murder in Aix ($3.99) by Susan KIernan-Lewis: When Maggie Newberry’s new best friend is arrested for murder, Maggie is determined to find the real culprit in Aix-en-Provence. But it turns out that the killer as warped as any Maggie has encountered in her four years living in France.

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Flapjack on Kindle

Flapjack ($0.99) by Daniel Ganninger: Detectives Murphy and Galveston must find an invention that will change the way the world uses energy before its power falls into the wrong hands.

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This Doesn't Happen In The Movies on Kindle

This Doesn’t Happen In The Movies ($0.99) by Renee Pawlish: Witty, intrepid Reed Ferguson is a wannabe private eye with a love of film noir and detective fiction, and he needs a paying client to prove his career choice to himself and his parents. The customer shows up at his downtown Denver office in the form of Amanda Ghering, a rich, attractive, but unhappily married woman. She hires Reed to find her missing husband, but it doesn’t take long before Reed realizes that all is not as it seems.

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A Good Looking Corpse on Kindle

A Good Looking Corpse ($0.99) by Jeff Klima: Tom Tanner has a dark past but he’s no murderer. Unfortunately, Mikey Echo—the spoiled son of the most powerful man in Hollywood—seems to think otherwise. After a young actor suffers an untimely demise out a thirty-fourth-floor window, handsome ex-con Tom is summoned to scrub the splatter below. At the scene, he learns that producer Mikey has an indecent proposal to make—and for Tom, that means signing a deal with the devil.

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Bite Me on Kindle

Bite Me ($0.99) by Mike Faricy: Bite Me is the THIRD masterfully bizarre mystery in the Dev Haskell Series. Wise-cracking, back-slapping, sideways-thinking Private Investigator Dev Haskell is in the middle of dissipating a lover’s quarrel…

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Storey on Kindle

Storey ($0.99) by Keith Dixon: Coming home after several years working in London, Paul Storey is intent on discovering what to do with the rest of his life. Unfortunately, he finds himself gravitating to a group of liars, thieves, and con men, and the past he’s tried to avoid becomes both a liability and an advantage as he becomes involved in crimes both ancient and modern.

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Mojado on Kindle

Mojado ($1.99) by R. Allen Chappell: Mexico’s most ruthless killer––loose on the reservation. Our Navajo friends can track prey, but can they catch a killer before he catches them? No one knew what a really bad man was… now they do!

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The Patricide on Kindle

The Patricide ($0.99) by Kim Ekemar: After a fire, wealthy landowner Patrice Lafarge is found dead and alone in his locked bedroom. What appears to be an accidental death is after the autopsy declared homicide. One of his children, present at his 75th birthday, has to be the murderer – but who did it, how was it done, and why?

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Thursday at Noon on Kindle

Thursday at Noon ($0.99) by William Brown: Something is about to blow up in the desert at noon on Thursday and Richard Thomson, a failed CIA agent, is the only one who can stop it. Kennedy is in the White House, Khrushchev is in the Kremlin, and Nasser rules Cairo. While the world is focused on the Russian missiles in Cuba, no one notices the even more deadly ones being rolled out in the Egyptian desert pointed at Israel, no one except Thomson.

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