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Old 10-06-2012, 10:52 AM   #31
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Another Gina Cresse title: Colton P.I. - Second Unit

Moonlighting as a private eye between jobs as a Hollywood stuntman, Sam Colton gets hired to find a beautiful young UCLA law student who disappeared without a trace. Before long, Sam finds himself up against hired hit-men, trained Mastiffs, and an ambitious California Senator with his eye on the Presidency.

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Deadfall in Berlin by Robert Alexander

Thirty years after his mother's murder in war-torn Berlin, Will, a Chicago actor, explores via hypnosis what he may have witnessed as a young boy. Reliving those last days of World War II, he finds not only long-buried truths, but a killer still very much on the hunt. Told with haunting detail of the last days of the war, DEADFALL IN BERLIN was an Edgar Nominee for Best Novel. Robert Alexander's other novels include The New York Times bestseller, The Kitchen Boy, and his latest, When Dad Came Back As My Dog.

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Not sure if this qualifies, under mysteries, more like a caper/action book...

School for Scumbags by Danny King

Habitual teenage delinquent Wayne Banstead is expelled from yet another school and finds himself hauled off to Gafin School for Misdirected Boys: a special school for 'special children'. It plays host to the worst of the worst, the cream of teenage offending – thieves, bullies, arsonists and flashers. The teachers should have their work cut out, but far from rehabilitating the boys the teachers seem more intent on instructing their pupils how to get away with their misdeeds. The pros, the cons and the downfalls are all set out like an algebra equation. Even the school motto is ambiguous at best: 'Pueri Auxilium Se' or 'Help Yourselves Boys'.

With careful tutoring Wayne and his classmates are about to take a step up into the big leagues. But in the big leagues the big boys play for keeps. With lots of action, swearing and a slam-bam robbery, Danny King's latest is definitely not for kids.

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Rashomon Gate, the 1st in the Akitada Mystery series by I. J. Parker is free at Amazon today for anyone who has been collecting this series. I haven't seen this one free before, the author recently got the rights back for it.

Edited to add: Turns out this is a repeat freebie with a different ASIN.

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Grifter's Game by Lawrence Block

Just picked up Grifter's Game by Lawrence Block for $2.99 at Amazon (8.49 at B&N; 7.69 at Kobo). 37 Amazon ratings at 4.3 out of 5 stars.

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Con man Joe Marlin was used to scoring easy cash off beautiful women. But that was before he met Mona Brassard and found himself facing the most dangerous con of his career, one that will leave him either a killer or a corpse.
Grifter's Game was originally published as Mona by Gold Medal in 1961. This is the book's first publication under the author s intended title.
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Rashomon Gate, the 1st in the Akitada Mystery series by I. J. Parker is free at Amazon today for anyone who has been collecting this series. I haven't seen this one free before, the author recently got the rights back for it.
I think it was free on Sept. 23, 2012. That's when I got mine for free from Amazon.



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I think it was free on Sept. 23, 2012. That's when I got mine for free from Amazon.
Thanks. There must be two versions floating around, I just checked my calibre library and I have this title from back in May, but no yellow bar showed up on the one I linked.
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Fictionwise has a 60% off sale this weekend. I highly recommend the Gideon Oliver series by Aaron Elkins.

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Thanks. There must be two versions floating around, I just checked my calibre library and I have this title from back in May, but no yellow bar showed up on the one I linked.
I decided to check my files, as I knew the title was familiar. I found two others in my files and this one doesn't show that I have purchased it before nor did I have an updated version from Amazon waiting for download.

Mine from March 11, 2012
Publisher - Stony Creek Press (April 18, 2011)
ASIN - B004XD95IS
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Mine from May 18, 2012
Publisher - Ingrid J. Parker Inc. (May 14, 2012)
Page Numbers Source ISBN - 0312287984
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Your linked one - this is probably an updated/corrected one?
Publisher - Ingrid J. Parker Inc. (June 05, 2012)
ASIN - B0089GJVZM
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Legwork by Katie Mundy is free again. Originally published by Avon in 1997.

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LEGWORK is the debut novel in Katy Munger's hilarious and acclaimed Casey Jones Mystery series. Casey is a big, bad bottled blonde who takes no prisoners as she delves into cases for those who are marginalized on the outskirts of society. Set in North Carolina and the surrounding states, LEGWORK features a colorful cast, solid plot and writing that is both laugh out funny and vry moving at times.
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I was able to get "Beat the Bones" for Kindle, but doesn't look like "A Hank of Hair" is available. Would be nice if hopefully that publisher can expand their e-presence in the future - it's so interesting to discover, or re-discover, the older books.
Yay, thanks. Found it at Amazon and Kobo. Looks like Soho Press is publishing these also.

While looking for these I found three bargain books from Wakefield by Steve J. Spears, 1.95 each, at Amazon. Originally published in 2003, 2004, and 2005.

Murder at the Fortnight

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Mix Elmore Leonard with a pinch of Tarantino, a hint of farce and a dob of Agatha Christie and you've got 'Murder at The Fortnight'. Introducing Stella Pentangeli - Lady Showbiz Detective - and Investigator Ng - The Last Honest Cop. 'Murder at The Fortnight' is a darkly hilarious tale of murder, greed, fame and lust set squarely under the bright lights of the world of showbusiness. When celebs start dropping like flies at The Playwright's Fortnight, Stella and Ng must battle media hysteria and political backstabbing in their desperate search for a killer who keeps on killing. Who will be next? The dialogue is snappy, the characters outrageous, and the story gripping.

Steve J. Spears was a professional writer for thirty years. He is best known as the author of one of Australia's classic plays, 'The Elocution of Benjamin Franklin'. He has published stage plays, children's books and a collection of his essays, 'In Search of the Bodgie'. 'Murder at The Fortnight' is the first in his series of darkly comic whodunit novels under the collective title of 'The Pentangeli Papers'.
Murder By Manuscript.

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All internationally renowned 'lady showbiz detective' Stella Pentangeli wants, is to solve a simple literary riddle: did William Shakespeare belong to a blood-thirsty 17th century cult which resurrected dead people? All enigmatic and brilliant Investigator Ng wants, is to find out why a relentless monster is using Shakespeare's personal recipe to make 'resurrection soup' out of 21st Century citizens. As the body count mounts, all the serial killer wants is to add Stella and Ng to the menu. 'Murder by Manuscript' follows 'Murder at The Fortnight' as the 2nd volume of 'The Pentangeli Papers'.
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In 'Innocent Murder', Investigator Ng and Stella Pentangeli work different sides of the crime fence. Ng's case is one of triads, sex slavery and murder. Stella's case is a showbiz trifle - she must discover who is stealing plotlines from the hugely successful soap 'The Young and the Naked' and selling the information to a rival channel.
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Hazardous Duty (Christian mystery) (Squeaky Clean Mysteries) [Kindle Edition]
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Buying a gun to kill your wife: $3,000
Hiring Trauma Care to clean afterward: $1,500
Having that same cleaner uncover evidence that frames you: priceless

On her way to completing a degree in forensic science, Gabby St. Claire drops out of school and starts her own crime scene cleaning business. “Yeah, that’s me,” she says, “a crime scene cleaner. People waiting in line behind me who strike up conversations always regret it.”

When a routine cleaning job uncovers a murder weapon the police overlooked, she realizes that the wrong person is in jail. But the owner of the weapon is a powerful foe . . . and willing to do anything to keep Gabby quiet.

With the help of her new neighbor, Riley Thomas, a man whose life and faith fascinate her, Gabby plays the detective to make sure the right person is put behind bars. Can Riley help her before another murder occurs?

“Christy Barritt’s novel, Hazardous Duty, is a delightful read from beginning to end. The story’s fresh, engaging heroine with an unusual occupation hooked me, and I couldn’t put it down. I highly recommend Hazardous Duty.”

—Colleen Coble Author of Fire Dancer, book one of the Smoke Jumpers Series

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Captivating, entertaining, and downright funny, this book will keep you reading until the satisfying ending. Unique characters capture your heart and have you rooting for them from the beginning. Gabby St. Claire is truly a breath of fresh air. (Susan Sleeman The Christian Suspense Zone)

Christy Barritt created one lovable and unique character. Readers will fall in love with Gabby from page one with her laugh out loud scenes and sarcastic humor. This mystery was fun to read as well as to solve. Up until the very end, I wasn't too sure who the real suspect was in the book. I'm not sure if Gabby St. Claire will morph into a book series, but I'm sure readers will want to meet her again at future crime cleaning scenes. (Tyora Moody Faithwebbin)

If you like murder mysteries and suspense with a chick-lit feel, you'll want to read this one! (Michelle Sutton michellesutton.net)

"The next time you're temped to watch CSI reruns, read this book instead! Spunky, sassy Gabby St. Claire sparkles in this new series. She'll keep you turning the pages." (Siri Mitchell Sporting the Faith Newsletter)

"In this witty novel, chick lit meets mystery in the show-tune singing Gabby, creating a fun whodunit where you just don't know who killed the woman or which guy you like for the heroine. There's the changeable Detective Parker or the sweet guy-next-door-with-a-secret Riley for Gabby, and who but the would-be Senator husband would want the murder victim dead? Hazardous Duty will take you on a ride through twists, turns, quirks, acorn brownies, and spiritual questions that keep Gabby guessing. She's a character you're guaranteed to love, and the plot is entertaining and fast paced." (Roseanna White Christian Review of Books)
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Free from Deadly Niche Press: Legends of Tsalagee
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Amerotke Omnibus by Paul Doherty - 3 ancient Egypt mysteries - $9-ish for the 3

The Amerotke Omnibus is a collection of three Paul Doherty mysteries, featuring Amerotke, the Chief Judge in Thebes, Egypt during the time of the Pharoah Hatusu (more commonly spelled Hatshepsut). The three books, which are numbers 2, 3 and 4 in the series, are:

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THE ANUBIS SLAYINGS: Hatusu, the remarkable young widow of Pharaoh Tuthmosis II, has forced Egyptian society to acknowledge her as Pharaoh, and her success in battle is spreading Egypt's glory well beyond its frontiers. In the Temple of Anubis, negotiations are taking place between Hatusu and the defeated King Tushratta of Mitanni for a peace treaty that will seal her greatest victory. But, in one night, two hideous murders in the temple and the theft of the Glory of Anubis threaten the tentative truce. The respected judge Amerotke must find the truth or Egypt's fragile peace could be destroyed for ever...

THE SLAYERS OF SETH: Lord Amerotke, Pharaoh's Chief Judge, is in the middle of a murder case. A young ambitious scribe, Ipumer, allegedly in love with the daughter of a powerful general, is dead. The prosecution has accused Lady Neshratta - apparently tired of the dalliance - of the crime. If found guilty, she will be buried alive in the desert sands of the Red Lands.When Amerotke is summoned to the Temple of Seth by Lord Senenmut, it seems there is another grave murder to investigate. One of Egypt's great heroes has been brutally killed and Pharaoh Hatusu herself has decided to intervene, and she calls on Judge Amerotke for help. There is more to link the deaths than originally meets the eye - but can Amerotke track down the killer before he strikes again?
The Omnibus is $9.99 for the three at Amazon, and even less ($9.15 right now, exclusive of Rewards dollars) at Books On Board. This works out to a fairly reasonable price for backlist books, IMO. These were never big sellers in the US, but I picked up several in the series in DTB while in the UK on various business trips, and enjoyed them all.

Most (all?) of the rest of the series have recently become available as e-books in the US. A few were available previously as agency books, but now more are available and they are discountable, although not bargains, other than the Omnibus.

I recommend these if you like historical mysteries.

Links (hopefully affiliate free, since I started in each case by typing in the main URL and searching from there, although they look a bit messy):

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/The-Amerotke-O...words=amerotke

Books on Board: http://www.booksonboard.com/index.ph...R=Paul+Doherty
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Optical Delusions in Deadwood (Deadwood Mystery Series #2) by Ann Charles is free again.

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With her reputation endangered, her bank account on the verge of extinction, and her career at risk of going up in flames, Violet Parker is desperate. When the opportunity to sell another vintage home materializes, she grabs it, even though this "haunted" house was recently the stage for a two-act, murder-suicide tragedy. But someone--or something--in the house wants Violet stopped...dead.
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Hot Enough to Kill (The 1st Jolene Jackson Mystery) by Paula Boyd from Diomo Press is free again. It is stated to have been revised in July, which is after the last time it was posted here as free, in June.

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Kickapoo, Texas, is the last place Jolene Jackson wants to be, but with her 72-year-old mother’s boyfriend murdered and Mother Dearest locked up because of it, she’s got little choice but to head south and deal with it.

Bullets are flying, chicken’s frying and there’s a lunatic on the loose in the mesquites with a shotgun who’s Hot Enough to Kill.
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The Lion, the Lamb, the Hunted: A Psychological Thriller is free (again?) on Amazon.
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