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Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $3.99.

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The Manhattan Swindle

by John M. Murray

In the thriller "The Manhattan Swindle", former partners are caught up in family politics, even as they work to come into their own adulthoods. In Jay Perin’s historical thriller "The Manhattan Swindle", rival families set a political... Read More

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The Maltese Attack

by John M. Murray

In the political thriller "The Maltese Attack", headstrong young people are swept into an international power play. In Jay Perin’s thriller "The Maltese Attack", two young people become political pawns to a Libyan coup. In the early... Read More

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The Tree of Knowledge

by Karen Rigby

"The Tree of Knowledge" is a funny and engaging mystery novel whose academic antiheroes regard logic as a training strategy, a weapon, and a cause. In Daniel G. Miller’s cozy mystery novel "The Tree of Knowledge", an Ivy League... Read More

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Cuts That Don't Bleed

by Joe Taylor

An outwardly strong but still vulnerable woman struggles to survive her brutal past in Cuts That Don’t Bleed, a thriller about love and justice. A survivor of rape and childhood sexual abuse strives to avenge her past in Michelle L.... Read More

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Devour

by Benjamin Welton

San Francisco scenery and culture are injected in "Devour", a gritty crime thriller about a vast conspiracy. David Temple’s sharp thriller "Devour" includes lost family members and an innocent man accused of a heinous murder. Michael... Read More

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Perfect iSland

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Perfect iSland" is an experimental novel about the effects of political turmoil and personal tragedy on two ordinary Singaporeans. A couple struggles to stay together as a dictatorship threatens their country in Sanjay Perera’s novel... Read More

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Saxxons in Witherston

by John M. Murray

"Saxxons in Witherston" is a murder mystery that focuses on optimism and community more than the crimes themselves. In Betty Jean Craige’s cozy mystery "Saxxons in Witherston", a town attempts to repel a hate group while solving a... Read More

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