Miserly Monday (Fictionophile’s #Kindle book bargains)

As many of you know, I’m always excited about a bargain. It occurred to me that my tally of bargain Kindle purchases takes up a lot of space on my monthly recap posts, so I thought I’d do everyone a favour and make a separate post to tell you about them.

These books might vary in price from Amazon.ca to Amazon.com to Amazon.co.uk but they are all still BARGAINS!  Probably about what you would pay for a cup of coffee.

Click on the price tag

to go to the Amazon.com link for the book.

Clicking on the book’s cover will take you to Goodreads.

Note: I do NOT receive any remuneration from Amazon.  These are just Kindle deals that I have found and want to share with my fellow book lovers. I am quoting the price I paid – the price might have changed by the time you read this post.

So, here goes my first Miserly Monday…








Blurb: The small police force of White Rock, New Hampshire, is still reeling from the death of Officer Tyler Richardson when they are called to the scene of the accidental drowning of an out-of-town camper. But Chief Sam Mason and Sergeant Jody Harris soon discover the drowning was no accident. Someone murdered Lynn Palmer and staged the scene to make it look that way.
With a pool of suspects who aren’t telling the truth and a corrupt mayor who wants the case solved yesterday, Sam and Jo follow a puzzling trail of clues with a surprise ending. And when a stray dog points them in the right direction, Sam discovers the killer is closer than he thought.
Just when Sam and Jo think they can rest after having solved Lynn’s murder, a shocking discovery proves that sometimes even those you trust can be telling lies.








Blurb: The coastguard’s residence Chamber Cottage, which sits high up on the North Yorkshire cliffs, overlooking The North Sea, holds many dark secrets.
Alec and Peggy are struggling to overcome their marital problems. Both damaged by issues from their childhoods, they are trying to get on with their lives. But this is hard for them to do when they both believe they are being watched. As a result, Peggy, who has terrible scars on her face, becomes more agoraphobic.
To make matters worse, Peggy discovers her estranged mother is stalking both she and Alec, claiming she has a dark secret that is putting Peggy in danger.
What caused the scars on Peggy’s face? Is Alec really the monster Peggy’s mother believes him to be? And what secrets does Chamber Cottage hold?








Blurb: Love ties. Murder binds.
Maggie never felt as though she belonged until Chris Stevens showed her what true happiness meant. Ten years into their marriage, miscarriages and infidelities have scarred them both. Despite their perfect-couple image, Maggie can’t look at Chris with anything but resentment. When a charismatic stranger offers the opportunity for a little harmless flirtation, she jumps into the game.
But charm soon turns to malice, and a deadly split-second decision forces Maggie and Chris onto a dangerous path fraught with secrets, lies, and guilt. With no one else to turn to—no one she dares trust—Maggie will ultimately learn just how binding marital ties can be.








Blurb: A sleepy rural town in South Carolina. The end of summer and a baby about to be born. But in the midst of hope and celebration comes unexpected tragedy, and Dylan Styles must come to terms with how much he’s lost. Will the music of his heart be stilled forever–or will he choose to dance with life once more, in spite of sorrow and heartbreak?
The Dead Don’t Dance is a bittersweet yet triumphant love story–a tale of one man’s spiritual journey through the darkness of despair and into the light of hope.








Blurb:  The Cradle Will Fall is a short story written by Clare Donoghue, the author of Never Look BackNo Place to Die and Trust No One. It is a prequel to her crime series, featuring Jane Bennett and DI Lockyer.
You never forget your first case . . .
Police Constable Jane Bennett is back on the beat after a spell away from the force.
Working with the Serious Case Team, she’s witnessed some of the worst crimes and endured them all. With her eye on promotion, Jane attends each call-out without complaint, determined to show her superiors her dedication. However, nothing could prepare her for this next case.
Behind the ordinary façade of someone’s home, she discovers a truly chilling scene. While her male colleagues flake beside her, Jane shows she is made of sterner stuff and manages to impress DI Lockyer. It is an incident that will change both of their careers, as an indomitable partnership is formed . . .

Let me know in the comments if you want me to continue posting my Kindle bargains on Miserly Mondays.  Also, let me know if YOU have found a great Kindle bargain!

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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9 Responses to Miserly Monday (Fictionophile’s #Kindle book bargains)

  1. It’s a big ‘thumbs up’ from me too, although I shall have to be selective in what I add for myself, as my TBR pile just won’t take much more, it is creaking at the seams already!

    I’m off now just to double check that the offers are also available on Amazon.co.uk and then I’m ready to rock and roll 🙂



  2. Emma says:

    Great idea! I am a big lover of cheap books (that way I can buy more, more, more!)


  3. FictionFan says:

    Great idea for a post! I love and hate these Kindle bargains – brilliant for the bank balance, terrible for the TBR! 😉


  4. A creepy mystery isn’t done without a stalking mother. “A Dark Retreat” sounds too good not to miss!


  5. Bloodhound Books often have great offers, making a selection of their titles free for a time. I love bargains, great idea for a post 😊

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  6. Love this new feature I always love a book bargain as well! 😀

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