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Posted on May 11, 2012 9:38:44 AM PDT
Awesome Mugshots: You Have the Right to Remain Silent...

If you're one of those people who guffaw at people of walmart, this book is for you!

Posted on May 11, 2012 10:03:14 AM PDT
LB says:
This is getting love in the mystery world and I just clicked on it:

Burnt Offerings

The scratch of a single match-spark, heat, chemical reaction, fire being born-and an intense thriller begins.

Terror reigns over the North Florida National Forest, the coastal town of Bayshore, and the barrier island of Pine Key-a fiery terror whose flame threatens to consume the whole world.

An exacting and methodical killer whose weapon is fire is working on his masterpiece, and only a wounded and scarred FDLE agent and a retired ritual crimes expert hiding from the world in a cabin in the woods have any hope of stopping him.

Posted on May 11, 2012 10:59:05 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 11, 2012 11:05:21 AM PDT
Dee Reader says:
Kade's Dark Embrace (Immortals of New Orleans) by Kym Grosso

North Rim Delight (A Vet Tech Romance) by Regina Duke

Careful What You Wish For (The Wishes Chronicles #1) by Paula Milhouse

Posted on May 11, 2012 11:15:04 AM PDT
TAR@AL says:
Georgia on My Mind by Marie Force

Posted on May 11, 2012 12:55:40 PM PDT
Dee Reader says:
Timeless Love by Jeanne Savery, (time travel)

To Love A Witch by Debora Geary, (~71 pages)

Give Me-A Tale of Wyrd and Fae by LK Rigel

Posted on May 11, 2012 1:19:49 PM PDT
TAR@AL says:
Romantic Suspense:
Beside a Dreamswept Sea by Vicki Hinze. The third book of The Seascape Trilogy. FYI, you may already have already picked up Beyond The Misty Shore NOT FREE TODAY!

Posted on May 11, 2012 1:35:05 PM PDT
TAR@AL says:
Healthy Chicken Dishes That Keep You Feeling Full and Help You Easily Lose Weight

Posted on May 11, 2012 1:58:02 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 11, 2012 1:58:40 PM PDT
Dee Reader says:
Some Afternoon Picks
20th Century Vampire (A Dark Seasons Prequel) by Amy Cross

Prize of my Heart by Lisa Norato, Historical Romance

Royal Renegade {Regency Escapades) by Alicia Rasley

In reply to an earlier post on May 11, 2012 2:04:47 PM PDT
[Deleted by the author on May 16, 2012 5:34:40 AM PDT]

Posted on May 11, 2012 2:35:20 PM PDT
Dee Reader says:
Dry Spell (Elemental Magic) by Angela Wallace, book 2 of series

Posted on May 11, 2012 3:22:27 PM PDT
Relax Dad, It's Just the Kitchen!

Posted on May 11, 2012 4:13:02 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 11, 2012 4:14:19 PM PDT
Dee Reader says:
Dead Red Cadillac by RP Dahlke, previously offered

The Underground Lady (Jay Leicester Mysteries book 8) by JC Simmons

Posted on May 11, 2012 4:22:23 PM PDT
Pa says:
End of a Girl (Folio 55) - Nia Sinjorina

Science Fiction
In 2020 an anonymous narrator, seemingly faced with the end of the world, is given the task of writing the tale of an unknown teenage girl from the remote Lake District town of Egremont. Using diary extracts, newspaper articles, personal interviews, military reports, journalist notebooks and other more unconventional sources, the narrator lays down the foundations of a story that will grow to challenge what we see, what we feel and what we believe about our past, our present and our future.
Among The Wild - Carl Petit
Genre Fiction
Noah Adair is a 13-year-old boy orphaned on the Oregon Trail in the late 1840s. After his parents die in a flood, his aunt rejects him in favor of his little brother, while his venomous uncle takes to beating him. Noah is very much alone in a world he doesn't really understand. When he discovers that his life is in danger, he flees into the wilds on a stolen horse.
City of Darkness (City of Mystery) - Kim Wright
Historical Fiction
City of Darkness takes place in 1888 London, where Jack the Ripper roams the streets with impunity and Scotland Yard seems helpless to stop him.

The science of forensics is in its infancy but a few detectives - Trevor Welles among them - recognize that they are dealing with a different sort of killer, a "modern criminal" who chooses his victims at random. If Jack is to be caught, he won't be caught with Scotland Yard's normal methods of deduction for there is no logic to this madness. The question is no longer "Why was the victim killed?" but rather "How was the victim killed?"
V2 - Dave Davies
Genre Fiction
Autumn 1944: V2 rockets are being fired by the Germans from Holland against London. They must be stopped, whatever the cost!
A riveting and fast paced story of suspense, deception, sex, and betrayal, in a superbly authentic setting.

Posted on May 11, 2012 5:25:41 PM PDT
Dee Reader says:
The Savage Series by Tamara Rose Blodgett, Children's Literature
The Pearl Savage (book1)
The Savage Blood (book 2)
The Savage Vengence (book 3) NOT FREE

Posted on May 11, 2012 5:32:29 PM PDT
AmeliaAT says:
I got these today:

Dahlke, RP

Running her dad's Crop-Dusting business in Modesto, California she's hoping to dodge the inevitable fortieth birthday party. But when her trophy red '58 Cadillac is found tail-fins up in a nearby lake, the police ask why a widowed piano teacher, who couldn't possibly see beyond the hood ornament, was found strapped in the driver's seat.

Reeling from an interrogation with local homicide, Lalla is determined to extricate herself as a suspect in this strange murder case. Unfortunately, drug running pilots, a cross-dressing convict, a crazy Chihuahua, and the dead woman's hunky nephew throw enough road blocks to keep Lalla neck deep in an investigation that links her family to a twenty-year old murder only she can solve.


The Underground Lady (Book 8 of the Jay Leicester Mysteries Series)
Simmons, JC

Twenty-five years ago, in the deep south, a small airplane mysteriously disappears in the dense piney woods of Mississippi. The pilot, a young widow named Hadley Welch, who owns and runs a worldwide privately held pharmaceutical company is the lone occupant. Now, her daughter, after receiving an anonymous tip about her mother's disappearance, hires Aviation Consultant, Jay Leicester, to investigate. Agreeing only after learning that not only did the missing woman used to own the land where his cottage now sits, but that she took off from a grass runway now part of his farm and, may in fact, have crashed on his land. Soon after making inquiries into the missing aircraft and pilot, Jay Leicester's life is threatened, his neighbor's are threatened, and the missing woman's daughter is threatened.


Castle Cay (Julie O'Hara Mystery Series)
Hanson, Lee

When her best friend is murdered, Julie O'Hara, a body language expert, packs up her suspicion and flies to Boston for his funeral. Who could have killed rising artist Marc Solomon, and what does Castle Cay, the Solomon's mysterious Caribbean island, have to do with it? Before long, Julie's sixth-sense pulls a hidden string that unravels a deadly conspiracy...and her own troubled past.


Let Us Prey (Book 1, Gotcha Detective Agency Mysteries) (Gotcha Detective Agency Series) (Mystery, ChickLit)
Scott, Jamie Lee

Mimi Capurro is trying to put her life back together after the sudden death of her husband. Using the skills she learned as a secret service agent, she runs the Gotcha Detective Agency, along with her skilled computer forensics partner Charles Parks. Gotcha specializes in executive protection (bodyguards), and tailing cheating spouses.

Nick Christianson is running from the demons of his past, and that has put him back in his old stomping grounds in Salinas, CA. Nick has transferred from the San Francisco Homicide Division and is now adjusting to this new police department.

Mimi never expects to run into her old college flame Nick, when she takes on an executive protection case for New York Times bestselling author Lauren Silke. But when Lauren's assistant is murdered, the homicide case, along with Mimi, land in Nick's lap. Will Mimi and Nick be able to solve this murder without killing each other first?


When I Met Crazy in the Morning: Mae's Tale (Short Story Based on the Characters from JOSEPHINE: Red Dirt and Whiskey)
McGuire, Melinda (Literary Fiction, Historical Fiction)

I didn't like Josephine: Red Dirt and Whiskey (The Hefner Falls Series) (STILL FREE) very well, but I could see that it had potential, and I thought it might have worked better as a novella, so I picked this one up to give the companion short story a chance.

BTW, I reviewed Josephine: Red Dirt and Whiskey (The Hefner Falls Series). I really wanted to like it more than I did, and there were a lot of good things about the writing. If you're really into snapshot pictures of life in a small town during the Great Depression, particularly for young women with few options in life, you may really like it. It just wasn't my cuppa.

Posted on May 11, 2012 5:35:46 PM PDT
babel says:
I got three from Kinlib and one from a price drop email from eReader - it seems to be mystery night:

Skin Deep (Simeon Grist #3) (Simeon Grist Mystery) - After stopping popular TV series star Toby Vane from beating up his date in a bar, Grist is hired by Vane's producer to keep an eye on the actor until the syndication deal for the series goes through.

Let Us Prey (Book 1, Gotcha Detective Agency Mysteries) (Gotcha Detective Agency Series) - PI Mimi Capurro never expects to run into her old college flame Nick, when she takes on an executive protection (bodyguard) case for New York Times bestselling author Lauren Silke.

Director's Cut (Maddie Pryce Mystery Series #2) - Old Hollywood is on a crash course with the present when a 60-year-old film turns up in an eccentric ballerina's attic. But someone is disposing of people close to the movie.

The Underground Lady (Book 8 of the Jay Leicester Mysteries Series) - 25 years ago, a small airplane mysteriously disappears in the dense woods of Mississippi. The pilot, a young widow named Hadley Welch, is the lone occupant. Now, her daughter, after receiving an anonymous tip about the disappearance, hires Jay Leicester to investigate.

Posted on May 11, 2012 5:46:59 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jun 14, 2012 4:08:44 PM PDT
My finds for the day -
Olga - A Daughter's Tale based on a true story
Shelley The Lifeboat Labrador memoir
Finding Your Own Inner Strength memoir
False Labels:Don't Let People Label You inspirational short stories
Goodbye, Pert Breasts: the Diary of a Newborn Dad non-fiction
No Time To Run (Legal Thriller Featuring Michael Collins, Book 1)

Posted on May 11, 2012 6:04:34 PM PDT
AuntOh says:
Good evening, fellow linkers! Thanks for keeping up the thread, Cinder! *waves*

Today's picks:
Eyes of the Keep (Legacy of the Ten) (fantasy)
Dreamwalker (The Ballad of Sir Benfro) (fantasy)
The Monarch (Anne Serafini Mystery)
Kill All the Lawyers (Solomon vs. Lord Novels) (mystery)
Haven (War of the Princes) (fantasy)
Prize of My Heart (hist fic/romance/poss. inspirational?)
Beside a Dreamswept Sea (romanc/poss. inspirational)
Skin Deep (Simeon Grist #3) (Simeon Grist Mystery)
Far Horizons (The Emigrants Trilogy) (hist fic)

Posted on May 11, 2012 7:04:00 PM PDT
Dee Reader says:
City of Darkness by Kim Wright, Historical Fiction
Blinke It Away by Victoria Landis, Suspense
Guardian of Time (book 2, The Prophecies Dystopian Trilogy) by Linda Hawley, Mystery/Thriller
Far Horizons (The Emigrants Trilogy) by Kate Hewitt, Historical Fiction
Wayfarer's Promise by Shelia Raye, Historical Romance

Posted on May 11, 2012 7:08:59 PM PDT
AuntOh says:
@Cinder: You stinker - Thank you so much! (My sisters are supposed to use that. They don't.) I think I fixed the problem, thanks for letting me know. The only one? huh.

Another pick for me (because I don't have enough to read)
Tangled Tides (The Sea Monster Memoirs) (mer-people)

In reply to an earlier post on May 11, 2012 7:24:20 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 11, 2012 10:32:27 PM PDT
Cinder says:
@AuntOh, you are welcome. <g>.

Relax Dad, It's Just the Kitchen! by Stan Reese
Nonfiction - cooking

Spirit Circle: A Story of Adventure & Shamanic Revelation by Hal Zina Bennett
Mystery/adventure? - based on ancient legends and shamanic revelations of the Southwest.

Prince: A Year at East Hill Farm by Helen Husher
nonfiction, horses, Vermont - A memoir about why we ride and why horses matter, framed by a year of joyful return to the complicated lessons of the horse barn. (author has 2 other Vermont books free). eta- links
Off the Leash: Subversive Journeys Around Vermont
A View from Vermont

Summer's Crossing (The Iron Fey) by Julie Kagawa
Fantasy, novella - Summer Court prankster, King Oberon's right hand, bane of many a faery queen's existence-and secret friend to Prince Ash of the Winter Court. Until one girl's death came between them, and another girl stole both their hearts.

The Ways of Mages by Andrew Beery
Fantasy, inspirational - Can faith, love, honor, intrigue and magic cross a thousand years to save a kingdom from the ravages of evil ambition?

Mungai and the Goa Constrictor by Amelia E. Curzon
Set in a rainforest of an unspecified continent, Mungai and the Goa Constrictor is a tale littered with colourful and enjoyable characters, conspiracies and unlikely friendships between the species. Told through the eyes of animals...

(previously offered)
The Philanthropist's Danse by Paul Wornham
Mystery & Thrillers

Posted on May 11, 2012 8:32:47 PM PDT
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Posted on May 11, 2012 9:02:22 PM PDT
LynxFM says:

Entertainment journalist Laura Bell has been a single mother for her daughter's entire life. She has not even seen her daughter's father, Joey Matthews, a member of a once hugely popular boy band, in almost 10 years. When his band, Zero Gravity, plans a reunion tour, Laura is asked to cover the event. She is suddenly forced to confront her past. Can she build a life for her daughter, one that includes Joey, without compromising her new-found Christian faith? Or will she have to choose between God and Joey?

Posted on May 11, 2012 9:44:02 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 12, 2012 2:44:38 AM PDT
Cinder says:
more Fantasy

A Place Beyond The Map by Samuel Thews
A flamboyant and cunning Faë with a penchant for mischief, Periwinkle is also a bit of a thief. When he snatches Phinnegan away to a Place-Beyond-the-Map, Phinnegan discovers that fairy tales aren't all they're cracked up to be...

The Chaosifier by Mike Evers
High on a mountain in Central Europe a vengeful chaos lord has managed to get a terrifying device to do his bidding. The future of the whole of mankind is at stake, and only a plucky band of luck goblins can possibly stop him. A rip-roaring fantasy adventure from the author of The Spirit Archer.

Reswyt (Dreamline) by David Mayer
paranormal - Sabine has more than an average teen's share of problems. She's been forced to leave behind everything she knew growing up in Oregon to start high school as a transfer student in California... to a vast, eerie forest... noble hawks, fierce wolves, and stalwart bears.

Legion of Bats by Shadow Stephens
Hidden away in the rural West Virginia town of Tanner, Zoe grows up feeling like an outsider-always just a little bit different from the people around her.

Phantom Lives - Power by Elizabeth Loraine
she found out that the place she had been dreaming about since she was a small child was real. A Civil War plantation - Collier. It's a magical place, guarded by Immortal's who also haunted her dreams. Now she knows why. She's a Keeper, those who are chosen to guard the Gates, the portals between time and space.

HEWN (Ultimate Fantasy) by J. G. CUFF
Welcome to the Queen's Realm; a dangerous, old world of lore and sprawling beauty. They were warned never to walk into the eastern woods...

Blood of the Falcon, Volume 1 (The Falcons Saga) by Court Ellyn
On a far-flung battlefield, Kieryn's twin brother, Kelyn, joins the fight between the warring Falcon Kings. While seeking to distinguish himself with the sword, he must wrestle with decisions that threaten his family's honor and the lives of thousands.

previously offered
Dragon Time and Other Stories by Ruth Nestvold
The Changelings (War of the Fae: Book 1) by Elle Casey
The Coming Storm by Valerie Douglas

eta- @Kelly, if you want to catch another post on our OT discussion thread, I can try to help you with some questions, over there. :)

Posted on May 12, 2012 12:28:23 AM PDT
Cinder says:
some Science Fiction
Psychomancer by Alan Ryker
alternatingly funny and horrific, philosophical and explosive. It asks: When good luck is real, what happens if we end up on the wrong end of someone else's?

The Tomb of the Devils by Michael D. Christensen
The Rainbow Z by Zaria Garrison
DARKOUT by Glenn Specht
Infasion by Steve Garry

Phantom Universe (Summer Chronicles #1) by Laura Kreitzer
Bakkian Chronicles, Book I - The Prophecy by Jeffrey Poole
Hedgeland (Hedgecraft Series Book 1) by Ann Nyland
Paradox - The Angels Are Here by Patti Roberts
Turing Evolved by David Kitson
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