Amazing January Sale Guide for Mystery and Crime

Amazing Reads

As we enter into New Year what better way is there than to spend the evenings curled up with a book? Here are some great books at amazingly low prices that you should add to your reading list!

 

Nomad on the Run

Beneath the golden desert and azure seas of Morocco lurks a hidden world of greed, deceit and financial terrorism. But the players are not who you might think.

Lured away from his seemingly idyllic life as a managing director for a major international bank in Toronto, Eric Martin returns to his ancestral roots in Morocco. Tempted by a mysterious offer from a boutique financial firm, Eric soon discovers he has walked into the middle of a whirlwind where everyone has their own secret agenda, and he unwittingly has become the key to unlocking them all. From the broad avenues of Toronto to the mean streets of Casablanca, Eric rushes to discover the truth before time runs out.

Identity Crisis

A missing client, a dead body, the FBI, and the Mob.

How much can one lawyer handle?

A simple domestic abuse case turns deadly when the alleged abuser is killed and Stephanie Ann “Sam” McRae’s client disappears. When a friend asks Sam to find Melanie Hayes, the Maryland attorney is drawn into a complex case of murder and identity theft that has her running from the Mob, breaking into a strip club and forming a shaky alliance with an offbeat private investigator to discover the truth about Melanie and her ex-boyfriend.

THE IDEAL VICTIM

If Michael the avenging angel is watching, you’re already dead…

When a typed message quoting the Bible is delivered to Detective Dani McKenna, she discovers a calculated serial killer – stalking his victims before choosing the right moment to strike.

What is the dark secret that Dani’s been hiding for years? Could it be the reason for the murders?

When the case threatens Dani’s sanity, she must battle her own personal demons as well as catch a killer who’s getting ready to end yet another life. But the victims might not be the only ones being watched… Dani’s own life could be on the line.

PREDICTABLE VIOLENCE

The plot of Predictable Violence is intelligent and full of twists, with a reveal of whodunit that will shock. If you love gripping detective thrillers with a jaw-dropping ending, this book is a must for you!

Mackenzie Anderson’s husband and two-year old daughter were shot and killed when Mack was only nineteen years old. When the police stopped trying to find the murderer, Mack began working with a private investigator. But, the murderer was a ghost. Mack had no way of knowing then that in a fluke of life she would come face-to-face with the murderer six years later. Now, she must decide if she will risk everything for vengeance.

Murder Will Out

LOGAN IS THE FIRST PERSON YOU’D CALL FOR TWO-FISTED DETECTIVE ACTION!

And three times Logan means three times the adventure.

1930s Hollywood wasn’t just moving picture stars and backlots. It was also a petri dish crawling with crime. Power breeding corruption, wealth motivating robbery, and revenge leading to murder. In these three tales, Private Investigator, Tom Logan uses his brains, fists, and caustic wit, to first, take on a mysterious organization called ‘The Syndicate,’ which is usurping territory from other mobs and has placed a target on him, and the female witness he’s protecting.

A Silver Medallion

Human Trafficking terrifies her. Seeing it face-to-face forces her to act.

In 2015, Crystal Moore encounters a slave in Dallas, Texas — a slave trapped not by chains, but by threats her two girls held hostage in the jungles of Mexico will be killed if she escapes.

To naïve Crystal, it’s clear. The children must be rescued first, or the mother will never escape, knowing the brutal man in Mexico would kill the girls.

Crystal would like to forget it, but her conscience will not let her.

 

The Price of Silence

Trying to put an abusive relationship behind her, Amy Robinson joins a group of young people on a weeklong kayaking trip in the wilderness of British Columbia. She makes new friends, and together they face the thrills of the rapids and the hungry bears.

But the biggest danger facing Amy has nothing to do with nature. Her ex-fiancé Tyler has followed her from Vancouver. He’s on the run from drug gangs and in desperate need of cash to help him flee the country – the cash Amy has saved for her expanding hair-salon business.

Luckily for Amy, one of her new friends is a cop, and although she’s wary of his affection at first, Amy is gradually drawn to Police Detective Ben Malik.

The Stone House Secret

Since reporter Jenessa Jones’ return to her hometown, her romance with Detective Michael Baxter has begun to heat up–but his ex-wife and her ex-boyfriend do all they can to keep that from happening. When a scandalous murder is uncovered on the local college campus, Jenessa is assigned the front-page story.

Her aunt is named as a prime suspect, compelling Jenessa to find the real killer in order to keep her family member from going to prison. As she follows the trail of clues, Jenessa’s investigation puts her life in grave danger. Can Detective Baxter capture the murderer and save the woman he loves?

What Hides Beneath

Hidden beneath a lump of clay and dirt is a very rare art work crafted by a Japanese artist known as a warrior. Two museum curators, who specialize in Asian art say it is valuable but renowned appraiser, Annette Williams claims it is worthless and her words carry weight in the art world. So which is it?

Pete White, an insurance investigator disappears from the museum where he is researching the treasure. Did he uncover its true value or find it’s a fake?

Lieutenant Detective Philip Samyn wonders why he is assigned to investigate a low priority robbery from a museum. Is his boss trying to push him to retire?

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