Alibis and International Espionage: Discounted Mystery / Thriller eBooks

The Redemption of Charlie McCoy on Kindle

The Redemption of Charlie McCoy ($0.99) by CD Wilsher: “A wonderfully offbeat caper with smart characters wielding guns and razor-sharp dialogue.” – Kirkus Reviews. “The result is a moving account of changing family and social relationships that skirts the fine line of criminal behavior and draws readers into a story that holds no easy solutions.” – D.Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review.

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The Angus McKinnon Thrillers: A Trilogy on Kindle

The Angus McKinnon Thrillers: A Trilogy ($2.99) by Nick Elliott: Sea of Gold, Dark Ocean and Black Reef, all in one box set. Together, these action-packed thrillers have received over 190 four and five star reviews on Amazon worldwide. The stories follow the assignments marine insurance investigator, Angus McKinnon, finds himself running as he is inescapably drawn into the shadowy world of international espionage.

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Augustus: Son of Caesar (Augustus Series) on Kindle

Augustus: Son of Caesar (Augustus Series) ($0.99) by Richard Foreman: Rome 44 BC.Caesar is dead – murdered by Marcus Brutus and his fellow conspirators. Mark Antony now holds power in Rome – War is inevitable. The fate of Rome will be decided on the battlefield rather than in the Forum. Caesar is dead. Long live Caesar.

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Mystery Man (Dev Haskell - Private Investigator Book 22) on Kindle

Mystery Man (Dev Haskell – Private Investigator Book 22) ($2.99) by Mike Faricy: “Revenge is best served cold…” Especially when two large, canvas, cargo bags are filled with cash and locked in a vault. Someone is about to pay… big time.

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Five Years in Yemen: A Titus Ray Thriller on Kindle

Five Years in Yemen: A Titus Ray Thriller ($0.99) by Luana Ehrlich: CIA contractor Jacob Levin goes missing in Iraq while field testing a new drone detection device. Five years later, he’s spotted in Yemen. Now, it’s up to Titus Ray to bring him home.

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Too Many Heroes: The Gripping New Post-War Crime Thriller on Kindle

Too Many Heroes: The Gripping New Post-War Crime Thriller ($0.99) by Jan Turk Petrie: Set in post-WWII Britain, Frank is a man on the run whose last name changes with every new move. Grace Stevenson is the unhappy wife of a London pub owner with a gambling habit. Frank takes a job at the pub and—after some wariness—becomes Grace’s lover. When Grace’s husband is murdered, Frank, who’s without an alibi, becomes the main suspect.

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Murder on the Saanich Peninsula on Kindle

Murder on the Saanich Peninsula ($0.99) by Kathy Garthwaite: When a woman is found murdered on a coastline outcrop on Vancouver Island, Inspector William Gibson immediately suspects her husband is responsible. His junior partner is not so sure. But as the real truth emerges, it will have a knock-on effect that will change the detective’s life forever. Atmospheric and suspenseful, with a powerful ending.

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The Wolf and the Lion (Sleuth John Malone Book 2) on Kindle

The Wolf and the Lion (Sleuth John Malone Book 2) ($0.99) by Jo Hamilton: 1981. Murder in Room Nine – a book written by mystery writer, Kathleen Seville, while she lived at infamous Beaumont House. She vanished days before the grim discovery under the grand old house, and it’s up to retired detective, John Malone, to find her. All he’s got to go on is a highlighted passage ripped out of her book that was sent to Beaumont House gardener, Gladys Flynn.

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