Starting off this month with a bang! 1 September S D Monaghan’s debut thriller ‘The Accident’ is published today at the bargain price of 99p .. check out my review here
3 September: Currently on offer at only 99p is Liz Mistry’s Unquiet Souls, first in a series of three – and ALL of them are offered at this low price at the moment! With fab reviews, don’t miss out! http://amzn.eu/2O4TC2O
Also today, some really good reads with low prices.
“a writer of compelling insight, with a gritty yet humorous edge”
The Secrets of Married Women by Carol Mason, £1.00 here
Also £1.00, Until I Met Her, first in the thrilling Emma Fern series by Natalie Barelli “I found this book more and more chilling as I read further into it”. Available here
Keeping with the £1.00 bargains, this thriller by Adam Croft has very decent reviews, “ absolutely brilliant. I could hardly put it down once I started reading it“. Find it here
If you’re still counting the pennies after the school holidays, then this one is FREE today, tagged as ‘A Psychological Thriller Unlike Anything You’ve Read Before!’ Little Boy Found has prompted one reviewer to say ‘Wow, just wow’. Click here if you fancy adding it to your tbr list.
4 September Starting off with a couple of romantic reads at only 99p each: The Magnolia Girls by Helen J Rolfe, third in Magnolia Creek series, is available to pre-order for 12 September (left). Autumn at the Cosy Cottage Cafe (right) by Rachel Griffiths is the second book in a lovely warm series and is out now. You can read what I thought of this one here
At only £1.00, there is Trail of Broken Wings by Sejal Badani, which, judging by the reviews, is quite some read involving domestic violence and whether you love it or not, it seems to evoke a lot of feeling.
There are also two books FREE today – the first, The Ares Virus is a thriller, and the first in the Rob Stone series. Or, if you prefer chick-lit, then Beth Good’s The Cornish Colouring Book Club is also up for grabs today.
5 September Kane and Abel by Jeffrey Archer is available today for only £1.19 and is a cracking book, first read a number of years ago and twice since .. I cannot recommend it highly enough – don’t let your opinion of the author stand in the way of enjoying such a stunning read!
Described as ‘an absorbing and enriching read’ The Dark Isle by Clare Carson is 99p today. Second in the Sam Coyle trilogy with the first also at the same price today, and the final novel currently £3.99.
At 99p, Good as Gone by Amy Gentry has the tag line ‘a dark and gripping thriller with a shocking twist and is reviewed as ‘A First-class Thriller’ so promises to be one you can really get your teeth into!
For those who prefer a scarier read (and I know several who do – you know who you are), ‘if you like suspense and very strange cult like thing’s you would like this story’ should appeal to you! Stolen Prophet by award winning author Julian M. Coleman is FREE today.
6 September Publication Day for Alice Castle with Death in Dulwich which is only 99p – and trust me, it is worth way more! Not only does Alice write a well plotted mystery, there are no repetitions of phrases as the vocabulary used is a real joy to read .. you can catch up with my review here
A couple of grittier reads are among today’s FREE books: first up, Cup of Evil by E. Groat with lots of ‘twists, turns and surprises. Following on is more of a horror read in A. I. Nasser’s Kurtain Motel which is ‘scary and mysterious’ but perhaps better given a miss by any arachnophobes in the reading world!
At only 99p each, these two thrillers both have excellent reviews. The Boneyard by Mark Sennen is a police procedual set on Dartmoor which will appeal to fans of Mark Billingham, whilst Linda Huber’s Chosen Child is a psychological suspense described as ‘chilling’.
7 September Beginning with two cracking thrillers, both 99p. Firstly, I Know My Name is a psychological suspense by C. J. Cooke, followed by Helen Fields’ Perfect Prey the follow-on novel from Perfect Remains, currently at the same price.
If you fancy more of a mystery read then Gwen Parrott has a WWII murder mystery on offer today at 99p, with great reviews. Dead White is the first in the Della Arthur series. Also 99p is the very recent release of Summer at Coastguard Cottages by Jennifer Bohnet.
Finally – for today – a couple of FREE reads. For the chick-lit lovers, Fearless Flying by Karen Gordon is the first of seven books in the Vivienne series. If you prefer a true story, then perhaps Love by Deception by K. C. Barnard will fit the bill – but be warned, this is a harrowing tale of domestic violence and abuse.
Available at the moment for only £1.99 (normally £14.99) this thriller has generated excellent reviews; The Boy Who Saw by Simon Toyne is second in series.
Also a sequel, The Terminate Code by Kevin Bradley has terrific reviews as does the first book. This one is FREE
Second FREE book today is J. F. Kirwan‘s 66 Metres ‘a chilling thriller which will keep you on the edge of your seat’
Finally, a couple of great reads for 99p each: The Woman at No. 24 is a standalone book by Juliet Ashton, ‘fresh, fun and utterly fabulous’ whilst Everything We Left Behind completes Kerry Lonsdale‘s trilogy.
15 September After being missing for a few days due to illness, let’s get things rolling again!
First up today is a brand new release, seventh book in this police procedural crime series .. Heads or Tails by Damien Boyd already has top reviews despite only being published yesterday. Currently £3.98.
If you enjoy a good wartime read, this one is described as ‘gripping and meticulous’. First of seven in series, Then We Take Berlin promises to be a credit to the author John Lawton.
If you fancy a feel-good, fun novel then The Not So Perfect Mum by Kerry Fisher may be just the one for you. Alternatively, Robert Bryndza novels were recently recommended to me by another author and you can download The Night Stalker, second instalment in the Erika Foster series for the same price as the other books in this section – all three are currently 99p each.
If you’re looking for a good read being offered for FREE then perhaps these two may fit the bill? Joint Judgement is Wendy Cartmell‘s third book in the Emma Harrison series, whilst Aaron Stander‘s Murder in the Merlot is book eight in his Ray Elkins series.
Starting off with one for those who prefer a chilling, scarier read, The Limehouse Golem by Peter Ackroyd is being made into movie and will be released this year starring Bill Nighy, Douglas Booth and Olivia Cooke. Currently £3.99 for the paperback version, it promises to be “mesmerising, macabre and totally brilliant”.
At only 99p, The Death’s Head Chess Club is a tale with it’s origins in Auschwitz during WWII, and has earned author John Donoghue excellent reviews.
Also 99p, Lucy Dawson‘s Everything You Told Me is described as ‘a gripping read with an intriguing and unsettling mystery at its heart’
Three FREE choices today, beginning with The Phase Transition, the first in the Rise of the Gray Order series by Ryan Okerlund.
Next up is a mix of horror and science fiction by K. R. Griffiths with the sequel novella also FREE, Panic is the first in a series of six.
Finally, Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things by Martina McAtee is the first of two supernatural tales described as ‘spectacular’.
17 September Louise Phillips is the award-winning Irish author of the Kate Pearson, criminal psychologist, novels. The Doll’s House second and Last Kiss third in series are both on offer at the low price of 99p each and have terrific reviews describing them as ‘gripping’ and ‘a cracker of a read’.
The Viscount’s Christmas Temptation and The Major’s Faux Fiancee – books 1 and 4 respectively in Erica Ridley‘s Dukes of War Regency Romance series are both FREE and offer witty dialogue and an emotional read.
Do you enjoy crime thrillers, all the better if they are FREE? There are a couple of great ones today, beginning with Candles and Roses, first book in Alex Walters‘ DI Alec McKay series, involving a serial killer. (The second on series is currently on offer at 99p). Also FREE – and with solid 5* reviews – is Nerve Damage, a chilling psychological thriller by J. L. Myers.
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