Lethal Weapons and Prime Suspects: Discounted Mystery / Thriller eBooks

Wipe Out (Maggie PI Mysteries Book 3) on Kindle

Wipe Out (Maggie PI Mysteries Book 3) ($0.99) by Rose Pressey: Would you trust your grandmother to rescue you from a potential murder charge? Well, P.I. Maggie Thomas must now rely on her elderly assistant Dorothy to keep her out of the slammer. Do knitting needles qualify as lethal weapons anyway?

This deal is good on July 28, 2019

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Can I Kill Him Now? on Kindle

Can I Kill Him Now? ($0.99) by Kathleen Hering: Plant nursery owner Ellie Michaels thought about killing her soon-to-be-ex-husband during divorce court. But, she didn’t do it! Now, she and her friend Trish need to convince the cops that Ellie’s not the prime suspect. That is if the two women live through their own late-night slap-stick stakeout … Written by the author of A Designer Mystery series.

This deal is good on July 28, 2019

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The Claire Hardcastle Mysteries Boxed Set on Kindle

The Claire Hardcastle Mysteries Boxed Set ($2.99) by Penelope Haines: A new mystery series featuring Claire Hardcastle, commercial pilot and flying instructor. Claire Hardcastle is fiery, clever, daring – and she’s trying to prove herself in a man’s world. A world with more than its share of excitement and crime. With her new partner, Detective Sergeant Jack Body, she looks for motive, method and murderers.

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Outback Creed on Kindle

Outback Creed ($0.99) by Jonathan Macpherson: A working trip to the outback soon becomes a hellish nightmare for Tom McLaren when he intervenes in a local crime and soon becomes the target of a drug-fuelled gunman. Reaching the apparent safety of a small coastal town, Tom learns that the crime is part of a larger conspiracy involving a mining deal worth billions.

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Zodiac: The Killer Cop on Kindle

Zodiac: The Killer Cop ($1.99) by DM Rasey: Serial killers were, are, and always will be what is inherently programmed in their DNA. For a while, that genetic predisposition to kill may lay dormant or be masked by some socially acceptable or even commendable profession – a teacher, lawyer, cop, mailman, etc. – but, ultimately, it’s the desire to kill that prevails.

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The Sinclair Betrayal: A Jayne Sinclair Genealogical Mystery on Kindle

The Sinclair Betrayal: A Jayne Sinclair Genealogical Mystery ($0.99) by M J Lee: In the middle of war, the first casualty is truth. For years, Jayne Sinclair, genealogical investigator, has avoided researching her own family. Then she is forced to look into the death of her grandmother, an agent for the SOE in France during WW2. She discovers some dark secrets hidden in the past. Who betrayed her grandmother to the Germans?

This deal is good on July 28, 2019

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