Thrillers with Romance Books
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by SB Sarah | June 04, 2013 | Tuesday at 10:05 am | 1 Comments
RECOMMENDED: Prime Time by Hank Phillippi Ryan is $2.99. I think this deal is Kindle-only but often the price will be matched elsewhere soon. This is Ryan's first mystery, and it won the Agatha Award. If you like mystery with smart women protagonists, you'll like this. Charlie McNally, the heroine, is a television news reporter.
(Also: check out the original cover on the right- very different, huh?)
Could an innocent e-mail offer really result in murder, mayhem and a multimillion-dollar fraud ring? The last person to ask is dead...but that won't keep Charlotte McNally from poking around.
Face it--in the cutthroat world of television journalism, this seasoned reporter knows that she'd better pull out all the stops or kiss her cushy job (and that means her life) goodbye.
But all too soon her investigation leads her straight to Josh Gelston, who is a little "too" "a lot" too handsome. Could she trust a word he said? Charlie might have a nose for news, but men are a whole other story. Which means she is putting her job, life "and" heart on the line.
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The Root of All Trouble by Heather Webber is $2.99. This is the 7th Nina Quinn Mystery.
When a spring storm rolls through Freedom, Ohio, landscape designer Nina Quinn expects to get her hands dirty with the mess left behind. But after high winds uproot a tree, revealing the corpse of a man inside its rotted hollow, Nina quickly realizes that cleaning up after Mother Nature’s fury is the least of her worries.
It soon becomes clear that there is no lack of suspects in the man’s untimely death. As a shady contractor and philanderer, he’d angered a lot of people before he disappeared, including some of Nina’s closest friends. With the help of her police detective ex-husband, a mysterious coroner’s investigator, her formerly-felonious employees and her zany neighbors, Nina sets out to uncover a killer...before another victim ends up planted six feet under.
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Now You See Me by SJ Bolton is $2.99. This is a thriller with some violence against women, so be ye warned.
One night after interviewing a reluctant witness at a London apartment complex, Lacey Flint, a young detective constable, stumbles onto a woman brutally stabbed just moments before in the building’s darkened parking lot. Within twenty-four hours a reporter receives an anonymous letter that points out alarming similarities between the murder and Jack the Ripper’s first murder—a letter that calls out Lacey by name.
If it’s real, and they have a killer bent on re-creating London’s bloody past, history shows they have just five days until the next attempt. No one believes the connections are anything more than a sadistic killer’s game, not even Lacey, whom the killer seems to be taunting specifically.
However, as they investigate the details of the case start reminding her more and more of a part of her past she’d rather keep hidden.
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Ok anyone want to help me with these essays2008-11-19 21:14:42 by vapidbitchesclub
For this site i soooooo suck at these. i have one writen so far for books, movies, music, and food.
books i tend to read anything i can get my hands on, thrillers, romance, you name it i'll read it. with music i like just about everything from sinatra to marilyn manson, it might be better if i list what i dont like. i dont like fine young canibles their song she drives me crazy, drives me crazy. im not a fan of the song american pie, i feel its too long. im also not a fan of the song paper planes by MIA it makes me want to shove ice picks in my ears. as far as movies go, my all time favorites are the original romeo and juliet, and steven kings rose red
Quick Change in Strategy for a Bookseller2010-08-12 16:15:58 by DatsWhatSheSaid
Iris Reeves, a 53-year-old administrative assistant in East Texas, is one of the bookstore holdouts. Nearly every weekend, she and her husband drive 60 miles to the nearest Barnes & Noble for a long browsing session. She buys several paperbacks (thrillers, science fiction and paranormal romance) and he buys nonfiction (with a few auto magazines thrown in).
She has watched with alarm as dozens of bookstores, both independents and chains like Crown Books, have disappeared. Beyond Barnes & Noble and Borders, the only other retailers nearby that sell new books, she said, are religious bookstores
Been there done that2005-03-05 21:58:45 by Whatyouneedtodo
For a while is plan these times. Make dates with friends if you can. Invite someone over for dinner. Make a list of all the grown-up movies you never got to see and rent them, have your own little film festival. Get some books thrillers or romance novels or whatever you can get lost in and have a reading orgy. Take a long hot bath with delicious oils, have a glass of wine, play some music you love and just relax.
The idea is to have that time filled. Plan it ahead of time, and just do it. You'll still miss your kids, but you won't focus on it as much. With time, you'll learn to appreciate having some adult time, and treasure your time with the kids even more
At the library2008-01-02 08:28:51 by moneyupclose
They were having a sale on books, all you could fit in a bag for $1. I got a beat up copy of jurassic park, good condition hardback Daniel Steele, and some thrillers and some trashy romance novels all for $1. It made a nice gift for my mom, especially because I know she will trade them with the local used book store when she is done, and they are worth more as a trade in than I paid for them.
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