Fictionophile’s recent Kindle Ebook purchases #bookhaul #KindleDeals

What with all the lovely books I’ve been getting lately from NetGalley, Edelweiss, and assorted publishers you’d reasonably think that I wouldn’t purchase any books… RIGHT?

WRONG!Anyway, check out these fantastic deals I’ve taken advantage of recently. I never could pass up a great deal – and when it comes to book the deals are just that more enticing.

Total price of the 24 books listed in this post:

$21.57  Cdn.

(Works out to less than a dollar each… how great is that?)

As is my usual practice, I have linked the cover graphic to the Goodreads site so you can read more information on the title if you want to.

This box set of the first SEVEN titles in David Hodges is set in the Somerset Levels area of England and features Detective Sergeant Kate Hamblin. Included are the titles:


This terrific boxset brings together Wes Markin’s first three bestselling novels in the DCI Yorke series, a police procedural series set in England. Included are the titles: ONE LAST PRAYER FOR THE RAYS, THE REPENTING SERPENT, and THE SILENCE OF SEVERANCE.


Comprising the first three books in the Detective Chief Inspector John Blizzard series: THE LONG DEAD, STRANGE LITTLE GIRL and THE RAILWAY MAN.

Another British police procedural series.


The Girl Behind the Gates” by Brenda Davies is a historical novel based on a true story in which a young woman was deemed ‘a moral defective and institutionalized for decades in a psychiatric hospital.

This is the debut novel of a practicing psychiatrist.

$ 1.14

The Stranger in the Lake” by Kimberly Belle is a title that has been on my radar for quite a while. Highly praised by several of my fellow book bloggers, I couldn’t pass this one up when the price was reduced.

A domestic/psychological thriller which tells the story of a woman whose new marriage, and new husband, holds many secrets.


Small Mercies” by Alex Walters is the first novel in a police procedural series set in the Peak District. It features DI Annie Delamere and her colleague DS Zoe Everett.


Sutton Place” by Deryn Lake is an historical novel and the first novel of a haunting trilogy, ‘Sutton Place’, masterfully blends fact and fiction as it traces the tortured destinies of all those caught up in a curse.


“The Missing Children” by M.A. Comley

The first novel in the DI Kayli Bright crime trilogy.


“The Witch Elm” by Tana French

A stand-alone crime thriller.


“The Secrets We Bury” by Debra Webb

First title in the Undertaker’s Daughter crime series set in Tennessee. The series features Doctor Rowan Dupont.


“Murder at Mondial Castle” by Issy Brooke

The first in a Victorian era mystery series featuring husband and wife sleuths Lord and Lady Calaway who have been married for thirty years.


“Never Came Home” by Gretta Mulrooney

The sequel to “These Little Lies” and the second novel in the D.I. Siv Drummond police procedural crime series set in a sleepy seaside British town.


“The Lie She Told” by Catherine Yaffe

Story of a single mother Kate Ward and her young son Joe who are living in the remote Scottish Highlands under Witness Protection. Life is finally happy for Kate until someone from her past appears…


“Fire Damage” by Kate Medina

First title in a crime thriller series featuring psychologist Dr Jessie Flynn.


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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20 Responses to Fictionophile’s recent Kindle Ebook purchases #bookhaul #KindleDeals

  1. Katherine says:

    Stranger in the Lake is one I have the ARC for. I was going to do a blog tour at the time I got the widget but had many on at the time so I didn’t. The Girl behind the Gates sounds good as does The Lie She Told. Thanks for sharing all these. Have you ever read the Stillhouse Lake series by Rachel Caine? I highly recommend it. Also books by Lisa Jewell, for example The Family Upstairs. I have lots of thrillers on my blog and it is a genre I am very into. I would love to work on a thriller as a writing project. Enjoy all these books.

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  2. Hm… a couple here that sound interesting… like the Victorian mystery book. Thanks, and happy reading!

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  3. Carol says:

    Like a squirrel storing nuts for winter, you’re good for a few months! 🙌


  4. Christine says:

    I was so excited to see “I Was Born with a Reading List I will Never Finish” and so disappointed to find out it wasn’t a real book. Darn!! 😂😂😂


  5. Carla says:

    You got some great reads here Lynne, at great prices. I picked up the Gretta Mulrooney one and am checking out a couple of others. Not like I need anymore. 😜😊📚💖


  6. Some great titles here! Enjoy, Lynne💜


  7. Kelly says:

    Great haul, Lynne!

    Liked by 1 person

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