Oh, Sweet Poison

by Nurit Reichman

A marriage ceremony transforms into a wild murder mystery, set in a romantic and passion-driven woodland. After the divorce from her first husband, Alona finds surprising love overseas. She moves into the home of her American fiancé William in St. Louis, nestled in an enchanted woodland estate. Friends and family from Israel and the US travel to attend Alona’s wedding ceremony. When the wedding turns into a murder case, they find themselves in together, waiting for the killer to be discovered. Oh, Sweet Poison is a gripping detective story, written in the style of the good old-fashion mysteries by Agatha Christie. A complex and humorous tangle of relationships. The product is a brain-twisting mystery that will stay with you long after the shocking conclusion.

$0.00 Previously $3.99

Category: Mystery – Traditional Detectives

The Territory of Lies

by Ana Stone

Falling in love is supposed to be the most wonderful time of your life.

That’s not how it is working for psychiatrist Sydney Forrest. She finds herself smack in the middle of a conspiracy surrounding a terrorist attack.

The FBI are confiscating her patient files, she’s under surveillance, and there’s someone out there who wants to do more than ruin her career.

She’s walking in the territory of lies and unsure what is waiting around the next turn.

Falling in love is taking a back seat…To staying alive.

$2.99 Previously $5.99

Category: Thrillers – Conspiracies

Sharpe Edge (Cozy Suburbs Mystery Series Book 2)

by Lisa B. Thomas

It’s lights out at the Christmas party when the hostess ends up dead. But is it an accident or murder? Teacher-turned-reporter Deena Sharpe gets crafty to dig out the truth to save her brother’s new relationship and maybe even his life! Sharpe Edge is the second book in the Cozy Suburbs Mystery Series. A little romance, some snarky suburban competition, and a lot of mystery will keep you turning pages in this cozy whodunit.

$1.99 Previously $2.99

Category: Mystery – Cozy

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