The Warhol Incident, by G.K. Parks. (Still 0.99?)

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"One of the most compelling books I've read in a very long time. I got caught up in the storyline immediately and can't put it down. I'm looking forward to the next book in this series by this new talented author." -- Amazon reviewer

A year ago, Alexis Parker turned her back on everything she knew. Walking away from the Office of International Operations proved to be both the easiest and hardest thing she had ever done. However, her newfound life in the private sector is turning out to be anything but the cushy desk job she imagined.

Now ghosts from her past have come to haunt her. Running into a former acquaintance while retrieving a painting in Paris sends Alex spiraling back to the life she hoped to leave behind. Buried traumas from her last mission at the OIO are unearthed when similarities force the present to collide with the past. Those she believed to be friends quickly become enemies, and enemies soon become allies. It's a minefield of uncertainty that can have deadly consequences if she places her trust in the wrong person.

Meanwhile, the dynamic is shifting between her and James Martin, the man she had once been hired to protect. The two are standing on an emotional precipice, teetering on the edge of will they or won't they. It will all reach a crescendo as blood is spilled and sacrifices are made. Survival isn't always a guarantee, but merely a whimsical dalliance.

343 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 11 reviews.

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Brass in Pocket (Inspector Drake 1), by Stephen Puleston. (Still free?)

"For all you crime readers: this one is fabulous! Congrats Mr. Puleston. I will be adding you to my extensive library of crime writers including Karin Slaughter, Elizabeth Haynes, John Patterson and Catherine Coulter! You are in good company." -- Amazon reviewer

It is the middle of the night ...The road is deserted ...A killer is waiting ...
Two traffic officers are killed on an isolated mountain pass in North Wales. Inspector Drake is called to the scene and quickly discovers a message left by the killer - traffic cones in the shape of a No 4.
The killer starts sending the Wales Police Service lyrics from famous rock songs. Are they messages or is there some hidden meaning in them?

Does it all mean more killings are likely? When a politician is killed Drake has his answer. And then the killer sends more song lyrics. Now Drake has to face the possibility of more deaths but with numbers dominating the case Drake has to face his own rituals and obsessions.

Finally when the killer threatens Drake and his family he faces his greatest challenge in finding the killer before he strikes again.
383 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 103 reviews.

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Coincidental Identity, by Jo West. (Still 2.99?)

"Interesting and unusual plot line with appealing characters. This is a story that has broad appeal but is especially interesting to readers familiar with Boston and/or the San Francisco Bay Area. The final resolution to this fast-paced drama is one of substantial satisfaction despite the predictability of the ending. This is a quality book that has all the elements of a thoroughly entertaining and well written effort." -- Amazon reviewer

Kat Ryan is looking forward to a peaceful week attending a conference in Boston, Massachusetts, away from California, the stress of her demanding job, and the latest upheaval in her personal life. Clara Dunfey was not looking forward to another boring day of retirement from the Boston PD. A mistaken identity starts a violent chain of events that leads the duo from Boston to California as they try to solve the mystery behind a kidnapping that eventually leads them to a murder.
167 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 6 reviews.

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The Indigo Thief, by Jay Budgett. (Still 3.99?)

"Humor and action! The point of view flips back and forth throughout the book giving you enough details to feel intimately connected to the characters and leaving out enough to create excitement and suspense. The main character, Kai, feels like your slightly nerdy best friend that gets thrown into a world of action. Kai's decisions will have you questioning how far you are willing to go for the people you love. The fictional plot often feels like a not-so-far-off reality." -- Amazon reviewer


After the Final World War, the Hawaiian Federation stands alone as the world's last sovereign nation. Surrounded by deadly waters, its continued existence relies heavily on the Indigo vaccine, an injection given to children at the age of fifteen to stave off horrifying effects induced by poisonous nuclear fallout particles called Carcinogens.

But the Indigo vaccine is always in short supply, exacerbated by attacks from thieves who wish to steal Indigo for themselves, capitalizing on its scarcity to both generate profits and pull apart the very fabric of society.

After surviving such an attack, fifteen-year-old Kai Bradbury is declared an enemy of the state by the Feds. Captured by the Lost Boys-the world's deadliest band of misfits-he must find a way to escape, prove his innocence, and save those he loves before it's too late.

He must become what the world fears most: an Indigo thief.

368 pages, with a 5.0-star rating from 6 reviews.

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