Only two bargain Kindle purchases this week.
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.
NOTE: The price tags now reflect the U.S. and Canadian prices. (Apologies to my U.K. followers as the price will not display for me on Amazon.co.uk)
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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.
So, here goes my sixth Miserly Monday…
Blurb: Since being widowed, Caroline Dering has been content to live her life solely for her children: her beloved son, James, due back soon from Malaya, and her daughters, Leda and Bobbie.
Then the mysterious Robert Shepperton arrives in the village.
At first, Caroline’s gentle heart is simply touched by his obvious unhappiness; until gradually she finds her sympathy turning into love.
But the visit of her lovely younger sister, Harriet, to Vittoria Cottage, throws Caroline into a turmoil — because Harriet also falls for Mr. Shepperton …
It was not until now, when she thought she had lost Robert, that Caroline discovered how much he meant to her … she looked back and tried to determine exactly when her friendship for him had grown into love.
But it seemed to Caroline that she had loved him always.
She loved him in all sorts of different ways: she admired his character and enjoyed his humour, she felt an immense tenderness towards him and her heart beat faster when he was there. These feelings were so strong that they were difficult to disguise …
But with her beloved, glamorous sister Harriet evidently winning his friendship and admiration, what can be done …?
Vittoria Cottage is a charming Scottish romance. It is followed by Music in the Hills and Shoulder the Sky.
Blurb: Alva is a sad and lonely child. With her father locked up in prison, she moves with her mother and two older sisters to an apartment building in town. She does not like her new home. Her room is small and her sisters continue to exclude Alva from their games.
Soon a bizarre murder takes place in the building. A husband discovers his wife dead in the hall of their apartment, two weeks after she disappeared from their home.
Where had the body been hidden for two weeks? And how could the perpetrator get in and out of the apartment?
As more disturbing things start to take place, Alva is drawn into a sick and twisted game by a killer who is hiding in plain sight. But Alva is just a child and has no idea just how deadly her new friend might be…
The Man in the Wall is a thrilling and stylish Scandinavian thriller.
Have YOU found a great Kindle bargain this week? If so, please share in the comments.