Rebecca Schwartz Complete Set: Five Funny Cozy Mysteries

by Julie Smith


Funny, lively lawyer Rebecca Schwartz is a perennial favorite among cozy readers who can’t get enough of smart-mouthed women sleuths. You can’t read just one, they’re like chocolates! And now, for the first time, you can get all five for a yummy bargain price – only pennies more than half price. That’s what we call a delicious Kindle deal! And by the way, they go well with chocolates.


A rollicking tale of murder, romance, and bordellos…

“A lively romp of a novel … Smith shows an Agatha Christie-like capacity for making much ado about clues, concocting straw hypotheses, and surprising us, in the end.” -San Francisco Chronicle

“Funny and witty, with a clever, outspoken heroine.” —Library Journal

Rebecca Schwartz, nice Jewish lawyer with a few too many fantasies, is happily playing the piano in a whorehouse when she suddenly finds herself assigned to make sure a near-naked state senator escapes a police raid. That dirty job done, a lovely evening turns even more delightful when she’s picked up by the cops and spends the next two hours at the Hall of Justice. Could this day get any worse? Of Course! Guess who arrives home to find a dead hooker on her living room floor? Fans of Janet Evanovich, Joan Hess, and Elizabeth Peters will get a kick out of this one.

$0.00 Previously $8.99

Category: Mystery – Women Sleuths


The Hypothesis

by Nick Slade

Answers lie beneath the surface. So does grave peril.

When a high-profile client is murdered in Greece, and an associate is shot dead in Chicago, Sid Aror finds himself heading up the suspect list.

There’s no one he can call on for help for fear of implicating them. Backed into a corner, he’s left with no option but to solve the cases to exonerate himself.

Yet, he lacks the skills needed to unravel the mystery on his own. He’s no sleuth.

On the run, and saddled with deep-rooted fears, Sid creates a hypothesis that explains the murders but quickly realizes that finding evidence to support it is a whole other thing.

His search for the truth draws him into a world of corporate kickbacks, espionage, and underground organizations. Into a conspiracy so big that it could result in the next big war.

$1.99 Previously $4.99

Category: Mystery – International Mystery & Crime


Mad World

by Michael Evans

When a secret technology is released from a government lab, an EMP cripples the nation’s power grid as drones bomb major cities. Will Ryder and his family survive? The Purge meets One Second After in this thrilling story of EMP survival and redemption.

$0.99 Previously $3.99

Category: Thrillers – Technothrillers


The Killing Vote

by Bette Golden Lamb & J. J. Lamb

Seven days!
That’s the deadline to quash a top-secret, political-corporate legislative package that would legalize killing indigent terminally ill hospital patients … not through benign assisted suicide … but by aggressive, selective euthanasia.
This in the name of political party control, a balanced federal budget, and greater corporate profits.
What the greedy powerbrokers don’t anticipate is an in-your-face, seniors’ advocacy group that gets wind of the secret legislative plot and reacts aggressively.
The Coalition of Older & Retired Persons (CORPS) hires Ted Yost—semi-retired investigative journalist—to expose the scurrilous behind-the-scenes manipulations.
Yost barely gets started when his client’s office is blown up, his California home is vandalized, his wife is kidnapped, and someone tries to kill him.

$0.99 Previously $3.99

Category: Thrillers – Political


Deuce Mora Mystery Series Vol. 1-3

by Jean Heller

These three heart-stopping, hard-boiled mysteries feature Deuce Mora, a female sleuth with a conscience and an attitude–fiery, tough, athletic, a dirty fighter when she has to be, lead columnist for the Chicago Journal who normally writes about politics, and, rather than shying away from fights, she tends to pick them.

$0.00 Previously $6.99

Category: Mystery – Hard-Boiled


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