Family Secrets and the Roaring 20s: Discounted Literary eBooks

Sophie Last Seen Seen on Kindle

Sophie Last Seen ($0.99) by Marlene Adelstein: Six years after the disappearance of ten-year-old Sophie from a shopping mall, her mother is living in a self-destructive limbo as any sense of closure eludes her. She is reunited with her daughter’s best friend who carries her own secrets about that day. Together they follow clues left by Sophie hoping to find answers to her disappearance.

This deal is good on December 29, 2020

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Deadly Keyholes on Kindle

Deadly Keyholes ($2.99) by Julie Morton: A cornered woman is a dangerous animal. Some in Julie Morton’s second novel, Deadly Keyholes, pay for this lesson with their lives. Miranda LaVelle, an abused, neglected child of the Roaring 20s Jazz Era, is rescued from poverty and probable death by her great aunt, Genevieve Woods.

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The Immigrant's Lament on Kindle

The Immigrant’s Lament ($2.99) by Mois Benarroch: The celebrated poetry book “The Immigrant’s Lament” by Mois Benarroch is the rare poetry book with a story, narrating his own experience of alienation and emigration. Published in six languages (Spanish, Hebrew, Italian. French, Portuguese, and English), it has recently been the subject of a Literary symposium at the University of Tel Aviv.

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The Munich Girl on Kindle

The Munich Girl ($0.99) by Phyllis Edgerly Ring: What family secrets is a portrait of Eva Braun hiding? Fifty years after WW2, Anna is plunged into the treacherous world of the Munich girl who was her mother’s confidante – and Hitler’s lover – and finds her beliefs about right and wrong shattered. “Historical fiction that reads like memoir.”

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