- Constance Barker's sixth Sweet Home mystery, Expresso Messo
- MC Beaton's Hamish Macbeth short story Knock, Knock, You're Dead
- Cindy Bell's A Bitter Sweet Murder, the third book in her Chocolate Centered series
- Patti Benning's third Darling Deli mystery Cold Cut Murder
- Morgana Best's Sit for a Spell, the third in the Kitchen Witch series
- Nancy C Davis' sixth Vanessa Abbot Cat Cozy Murder Under the Catwalk
- Leighann Dobbs' A Treacherous Treasure, the third book in her Mooseamuck Island series
- Liz Dodwell's Bird Brain, a Polly Parrett Pet Sitter cozy
- Leona Fox's Tail Wagging Trouble, the debut of her East Pender series
- Mak Han's Barnyard Murder, the second in her Strawberry Shores series
- Dianne Harman's Liz Lucas mystery The Blue Butterfly
- Sheila Hudson's Murder at the Monastary, the third book in her Thursday Club series
- Amelia Morgan's fifth Witches of Enchanted Bay mystery A Riddle of Murder
- debut author Margaret Morse's Murder Casts Its Spell from Gemma Halliday Publishing
- Liv Parker's Mocked, the debut of her Ginger Stevens series
- Laura Pauling's Catered to Death, the sixth in her Holly Hart culinary series
- Summer Prescott's White Chocolate Murder, #31 in the Frosted Love series
- Emma Watts fourth in her Witches of Crystal Cove series, Murder Most Foul
- Anisa Claire West's Murder on the Riviera
- JA Whiting's Sweet Fire and Stone, the seventh in her Sweet Cove series
- Cheryl Zelenka's debut of her Sadie Sunshine series, School Lunch is Murder
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
The past 10 days has seen the release 21 cozy mysteries bargain priced at only 99c for Kindle. In most cases these prices are only good for a limited time, so grab them while you can. Be sure to check first to make sure the price is still 99c. The recent bargain releases include:
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
There is another great batch of new releases this month, so lets get right to them:
- Avery Aames' For Cheddar or Worse, the seventh book in her popular Cheese Shop cozy mystery series
- Cathy Ace's The Case of the Missing Morris Dancer, the second book in her WISE Inquiries Agency series
- Henery Press has reissued Ritter Ames' first two books in her Bodies of Art series, Counterfeit Conspiracies & Marked Masters
- MJ Arlidge's British mystery/thriller The Doll's House, the third in his DI Helen Grace series
- Lucy Arlington's Off the Books, the fifth book in the Novel Idea cozy mystery series
- Stephanie Barron's Regency historical mystery Jane and the Waterloo Map, a Being Jane Austen mystery
- Mike Binder's international political thriller Keep Calm
- Danish author Sara Blaedel's The Killing Forest with DI Loise Rick
- Lynn Cahoon's Murder on Wheels, the sixth book in her Tourist Trap cozy mystery series
- Hope Callaghan's Sweet Southern Sleuths Box Set 2, with stories 5 to 7 in her cozy mystery series
- Maia Chance's Beauty, Beast, and Belladonna, the third book in her Fairy Tale Fatal cozy mystery series
- John Connell's historical mystery/thriller Spoils of Victory, the second book in his Mason Collins series
- Sheila Connolly's A Turn for the Bad, the fourth book in her County Cork cozy mystery series
- Amanda Cooper's The Grim Steeper, the third book in her Teapot Collector cozy mystery series
- Jeanne M Dams' Blood Will Tell, the 16th book in the Dorothy Martin cozy mystery series
- Liz Dodwell's cozy mystery novella Bird Brain, the third book in her Polly Parrett Pet Sitter series
- Dee Ernst's A Founders' Day Death, the second book in her Mt. Abrams cozy mystery series
- Lily Harper Hart's Deadly Arrival, the 16th book in her Hardy Brothers Security series
- BB Haywood's Town in a Cinnamon Toast, the seventh book in the Candy Holliday cozy mystery series
- Barry Eisler's espionage/political thriller The God's Eye View
- Neal Griffin's thriller A Voice from the Field
- Mary Ellen Hughes Scene of the Brine, the third book in her Pickled and Preserved cozy mystery series
- Delia James' A Familiar Tail, the debut of her Witch's Cat paranormal cozy mystery series
- Robert Knott's western thriller Robert B Parker's Blackjack, a Cole and Hitch novel
- Micheal Kurland's The Girl in the High-Heeled Shoes, the second book in his Alexander Brass 1930s historical mystery series
- Jill Marie Landis' Hawaii Five Uh-Oh, the fifth book in her Tikki Goddess humorous cozy mystery series
- Edgar Award winner Joe Lansdale's Honky Tonk Samurai, the latest in his Hap and Leonard humorous hardboiled mystery series
- Joyce and Jim Lavene's cozy mystery short story collection Gone by Midnight
- Amanda Lee's Bewitched, a Wicked Witches of the Midwest paranormal cozy mystery short
- Dixie Lyle's A Deadly Tail, the fourth book in her Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot cozy mystery series
- JD Robb's Brotherhood in Death, the latest in her bestselling In Death series
- Claire Robyns' Worst Laid Plans, the debut of her Maddox Storm small town cozy mystery series
- Karen Rose's romantic thriller Alone in the Dark, the latest in her Cincinnati series
- Sofie Ryan's A Whisker of Trouble, the third book in her Second Chance Cat cozy mystery series
- Michael Sears' thriller Saving Jason, the fourth book in his Jason Stafford series
- Julie Seedorf's The Penderghast Puzzle Protectors, the debut of her Brilliance Minnesota cozy mystery series from Cozy Cat Press
- Diane Vallere's A Disguise to Die For, the debut of her Costume Shop cozy mystery series from Berkley Prime Crime
- Teresa Watson's Who Invited the Ghost to Dinner, the second book in her Ghost Writer cozy mystery series
- Christine Wenger's It's a Wonderful Knife, the fifth book in her Comfort Food culinary cozy mystery series
- Josephine Wiggle's A Deadly Parade, the third book in her Sweet Senses culinary cozy series
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Congratulations to Lauren Carr on the release of the latest Mac Faraday Mystery, Cancelled Vows! Thank you, Lauren, for sharing an excerpt of the new release with us and our readers!
Meet Dallas Walker of Lauren Carr’s CANCELLED VOWS
By Lauren Carr
Today, January 28, 2016, marks the release of Cancelled Vows, the eleventh installment in the Mac Faraday Mysteries, and fans of my Deep Creek Lake mysteries are in for a treat!
For Cancelled Vows, mystery fans are going on a field trip to the Big Apple. Days before his wedding to Chelsea Adams, David O’Callaghan discovers he’s already married to an old girlfriend. So, David, Mac, and Gnarly rush off to New York City to get David’s wife to sign the divorce papers so he can marry Chelsea that weekend. Of course, murder shoots a bullet into their plans—quite literally. (Lesson to be Learned: Never go through a drive-thru in Las Vegas when you’re drunk.)
There’s an added treat in Cancelled Vows: Fans are going to meet a new character—and a character she is!
Readers may wonder why I would be adding a new character to a series that is already established. The answer is simple really. A series that stays the same book after book tends to go stale, not just for readers, but for the writer as well.
In many ways, mystery writers are like movie directors. After coming up with the basic storyline for our murder mysteries, we “cast” the parts to characters. Luckily, we don’t have to deal with agents, lawyers, or actors unions. If a character doesn’t work out—the writer can simply kick a character to the curb and create another character to fill the role.
If the writer is lucky, the character will come completely to life and take the mystery in a whole new and exciting direction.
When putting together the plotline for Cancelled Vows, I needed an investigative journalist who would stand out in New York City, which in itself is the heart of diversity. Not only did she need to be different from the city slickers, but she also needed to be different enough to attract Mac’s and David’s attentions. Who better to stand out than a country girl—but not a sweet Southern flower—a tough Texan thirsting to uncover the truth about her mother’s disappearance.
I was still working on my character’s personality when I started searching for names. Several years ago, I had seen an interview with Elmore Leonard, novelist, short story writer, screenwriter (you name it!), in which he recounted working on a story in which he had a character from New Orleans, who he had given a French name. He said that as he wrote, this character wouldn’t say anything. Then, Elmore Leonard decided to change his name. From that point on, he couldn’t get the character to shut up.
Still in the process of developing this character’s personality and backstory, I was searching for a name when I came upon Dallas.
Okay, I confess! I read an interview with actress Bryce Dallas Howard, daughter of director Ron Howard, in which she stated that her middle name (Dallas) was after the city in which she was conceived.
Hmmmmm, I thought. How intriguing. How about the first name of Dallas, named after Dallas, Texas, where she was conceived? A search on the Internet bought up Walker as a popular surname in Texas.
As soon as I gave this character the name of Dallas Walker, she was born. Like the character in the Elmore Leonard book, I couldn’t get her to shut up—she insisted on telling me everything—all with a thick Texan accent, liberally mixed with little euphemisms and sayings are really adding a lot of levity to the case.
Dallas Walker is one sassy character who won my heart, along with the rest of the cast from Deep Creek Lake, the second she shot upon the page. I’m sure you’ll love her, too, as you meet her in this excerpt from Cancelled Vows below.
In this scene from the middle of Cancelled Vows, Dallas Walker has spent the night sleeping on the sofa in Mac and David’s hotel suite after a murder at the news studio where David’s wife worked. Not having time to go home and change, she freshens up in David’s bedroom before returning to the studio the next morning:
David was aware of Dallas’ following him into the bedroom and closing the door, but he didn’t think anything of it. After all, she needed his undershirt and a place to change her clothes.
Taking the white undershirt out of his suitcase, he said, “This may be a little big in the shoulders, but it should do.”
He turned around to find her standing on the other side of the bed. She had taken off the double-breasted top of her pantsuit. Above the waist, she wasn’t wearing anything but a chocolate-brown silk-and-lace bra. The hue of her underwear matched the brown in her eyes. With a toss of her head, she shook her hair back behind her shoulders, letting it spill down her back, and held out her hand to take the shirt.
Stunned by her lack of modesty, David made no move to give it to her.
“Let’s see how this looks.” She snatched the shirt from his hand. After pulling it on over her head, she unzipped her pants to tuck it in. Frowning at her image in the mirror, she put on the stark-white button-down shirt and fastened the bottom buttons. Cocking her head, she studied her reflection. “Whatta ya think?”
She turned to David, who was trying to get the image of her perfectly toned body out of his mind. He swallowed. “Good.”
Turning back to the mirror, she furrowed her brow. “You can see my bra underneath.”
With her calling it to his attention, David had to agree she was right.
“That won’t work.” In one movement, she pulled both white shirts off over her head. While David’s mouth hung open, she undid the bra’s clasp between her breasts and shrugged out of it.
As much as he did not want to take in her beautiful, plump breasts, he couldn’t resist uttering a gasp of surprise. “Obviously, they don’t teach modesty in Texas.”
“I grew up surrounded by rough and burly ranch hands. I would have never survived being prissy and modest.” With a naughty grin, she tossed the bra to David, who caught it with one hand. “Souvenir of your trip to New York,” she said with a wink.
“And all I was looking to take back to Deep Creek Lake was a divorce.” David tossed the bra into his overnight bag.
She had already pulled both shirts back on over her head. “How is it that Yvonne was married to a hunk like you and never told anyone?” While tucking the undershirt into her pants, she turned to David and looked him up and down. “If I was your wife, I’d shout it from the rooftop.”
“Neither of us knew.”
Hands on her hips, she cocked her head at him. “Dude! How do you get married and not know it?” Her tone was filled with doubt.
“Picture it,” David said. “Drunk in Vegas.”
Her hand shot up. “’Nuff said!” She strapped the belt that she had previously worn on her pants around her waist to cinch in the men’s white button-down shirt that hung down low enough to cover her hips. She left the top four buttons undone to show the white undershirt beneath.
With only a few pieces of clothing, she had transformed her look into stylishly casual.
Without asking, she picked up David’s comb and ran it through her thick locks. “Wish I had time to wash my hair. Do you have a rubber band, sugar?”
David went into the bathroom to go through his shaving kit. He returned with an old, worn rubber band to find that she had begun French braiding her hair from the crown. “I have no idea where this came from.” He held out the band to her.
Because she was using both hands to work the braid, she was unable to take it. “Take a tater and wait, sweetie.”
“What?” David asked her.
“It means don’t get your boxers in a wad,” she said to his reflection in the mirror.
He stared back at her reflection for a moment before shaking his head. “I don’t understand half of what you say…but you sound good saying it.”
“I’ll take that as a compliment, handsome sir,” she replied to his reflection in the mirror.
Lauren Carr is the international best-selling author of the Mac Faraday, Lovers in Crime, and Thorny Rose Mysteries. The eleventh installment in the Mac Faraday Mystery series, Cancelled Vows is scheduled for release on January 28, 2016 and available for pre-order on Amazon.
Lauren is a popular speaker who has made appearances at schools, youth groups, and on author panels at conventions. She lives with her husband, son, and four dogs (including the real Gnarly) on a mountain in Harpers Ferry, WV.
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Tuesday, January 5, 2016
Today is the first "first Tuesday" of the new year, and as usual there is a big batch of interesting new mystery releases, including:
- Julie Alter's Desperate for Death, the sixth in her Kelly O'Connell cozy mystery series
- Jessica Beck's (aka Tim Myers) Raspberry Revenge, the 23rd in the popular Donut Shop cozy mystery series
- Jacklyn Brady's The Cakes of Monte Christo, the sixth book in her Piece of Cake cozy mystery series
- Gene Caffrey's Two Souls, the second book in his Owen Delaney series
- Bailey Cattrell's Daisies for Innocence, the debut of her new Enchanted Garden cozy mystery series
- Karen Chester's Throw a Monkey Wrench, the debut of her Emma Cassidy cozy series
- JJ Cook's (Joyce and Jim Lavene) Sweet Pepper Hero, the fourth book in the Sweet Pepper Fire Brigade cozy mystery series
- Sarah Fox's Death in A Major, the second book in her Music Lover's cozy mystery series from Witness Impulse
- Lisa Gardner's Kindle Single 3 Truths and a Lie, a Detective DD Warren story
- Lily Harper Hart's Ghostly Issues, the second book in her Harper Harlow paranormal cozy series
- Julie Hyzy's Foreign Eclairs, her 9th and final book in her White House Chef cozy mystery series
- Elle James' Voodoo on the Bayou, the first book in her Cajun Magic series
- Jane Jensen's Kingdom Come, the debut of her Elizabeth Harris/Amish mystery series
- Killer Magic, a 99c for Kindle collection of 8 paranormal mystery/suspense books authored by Carolyn Haines, Pamela DuMond, Angie Fox, Connie Shelton, Joanne Pence, Denise Dietz, Carole Nelson Douglas and Harper Lin
- Kelly Lane's One Foot in the Grove, the debut of her Olive Grove cozy mystery series
- Victorial Laurie's A Ghoul's Guide to Love and Murder, the tenth book in her Ghost Hunter paranormal cozy mystery series
- Joyce and Jim Lavene's Last Dance, the first book in their Sheriff Sharyn Howard series, has been reissued for $2.99 for Kindle
- Amanda Lee's Freaky Days, the debut of her Mystic Caravan paranormal mystery series
- Jenn McKinlay's Copy Cap Murder, the fourth book in her Hat Shop cozy mystery series
- Tawni O'Dell's small town mystery/literary thriller Angels Burning
- Diana Orgain's A Second Chance at Murder, the second book in her Love or Money cozy mystery series
- Penny Pike's (aka Penny Warner) Death of a Bad Apple, the third book in her Food Festival culinary cozy mystery series
- Mindy Quigley's The Mount Moriah Mysteries Box Set, with the first 3 books in her Reverend Lindsay Harding series
- David Rosenfelt's mystery/thriller Blackout
- Paige Shelton's To Helvetica and Back, the debut of her Dangerous Type cozy mystery series
- Fran Stewart's A Wee Dose of Death, the second book in her ScotShop cozy mystery series
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
The first day of December happens to be a Tuesday this year, which means it is a big day for new mystery releases! There are over 50 of them, including:
- Rebecca Adler's Here Today, Gone Tamale, the debut of her Taste of Texas culinary cozy mystery from Berkley Prime Crime
- Constance Barker's Peppermint Pandemonium, the fifth book in her Sweet Home cozy mystery series
- Morgana Best's Dizzy Spells, the second book in her Kitchen Witch paranormal culinary cozy series
- Juliet Blackwell's paranormal cozy mystery Give Up the Ghost, the sixth in her Haunted Home Renovation series
- AW Blakely's senior sleuth mystery Old Age Private Eye, the first in his Old Age Pensioner Investigations cozy series
- Cheryl Bradshaw's Sloane Monroe Boxed Set, with the first 6 books in her popular series with PI Sloane Monroe
- Leslie Budewitz's Guilty as Cinnamon, the second in her Spice Shop culinary cozy series
- James Lee Burke's House of the Rising Sun, a Holland Family novel
- Eleanor Calder's Death of a Celebrity and Death of a Liar, the first 2 books of her new cozy series with mystery writer turned innkeeper Harriet Rose
- Anne Canadeo's A Murder in Mohair, the eighth in her Black Sheep Knitting cozy series
- Amanda Carmack's Murder at Whitehall, the fourth in her Elizabethan historical mystery series
- Chris Carter's Robert Hunter thriller An Evil Mind
- Laurie Cass' Pouncing on Murder, the fourth book in her Bookmobile Cat cozy series
- Jane Cleland's Ornaments of Death, the tenth in her Josie Prescott Antiques cozy series
- JJ Cook's (aka Joyce and Jim Lavene) Fat Tuesday Fricassee, the third in the Biscuit Bowl Food Truck culinary cozy series
- EJ Copperman's Ghost in the Wind, the seventh in his Haunted Guesthouse paranormal cozy series
- Cleo Coyle's Dead to the Last Drop, the 15th in her popular Coffee House cozy mystery series
- Judith Cutler's Guilty as Sin, her latest with antiques dealer Lina Townend
- Kathi Daley's Santa Sleuth, the 18th book in her Zoe Donovan cozy series
- Laura DiSilverio's The Readaholics and the Poirot Puzzle, the second in her Book Club cozy mystery series
- Alice Duncan's Unsettled Spirits, the ninth book in her Daisy Gumm Majesty historical mystery series
- Judy Fitzwater's Dying at Honeymoon Inn, the 8th in her cozy series with Jennifer Marsh
- Lily Harper Hart's Deadly Desperadoes, the 15th in her Hardy Brothers Security romantic mystery series
- Judy Hogan's British cozy mystery The Sands of Gower, the first in her Penny Weaver series
- Maddy Hunter's From Bad to Wurst, the eighth book in her Passport to Peril cozy mystery series
- Christine Husom's The Iced Princess, the second in her Snow Globe Shop cozy mystery series
- Sue Ann Jaffarian's novella The Ghost of Mistletoe Mary, a Ghost of Granny Apples humorous paranormal mystery
- Steven James' thriller Every Crooked Path from his Bowers Files series
- Tonya Kappes' A Charming Ghost, the latest in her Magical Cures paranormal/romantic cozy series
- Kate Kingsbury's The Pennyfoot Hotel, a collection of 3 novels and a short prequel from her Pennyfoot Hotel historical cozy mystery series
- Tess Lake's Butter Witch, the debut of her Torrent Witches paranormal cozy series
- Joyce and Jim Lavene's Murder Fir Christmas, the first book in their Christmas Tree Valley cozy mystery series
- Amanda Lee's Wicked Witches of the Midwest Christmas paranormal cozy mystery short story The Christmas Witch
- Amanda Lee's A Witch of a Time, collecting five Wicked Witches of the Midwest short stories
- Harper Lin's Cat-astrophic Spells, the third book in her Wonder Cats cozy mystery series
- Gilly Macmillan's debut psychological thriller form HarperCollins What She Knew
- Rachel McMillan's A Singular and Whimsical Problem, a Christmas prequel novella to her new Merinda Herringford and Jem Watts historical mystery series
- Denise Mina's Blood, Salt, Water, the latest in her acclaimed Alex Morrow series
- Willow Monroe's paranormal cozy mystery short story Christmas Witch
- Robert Mrzak's archaeological thriller The Bone Hunters
- Samantha Price's Secrets Come Home, the debut of her Ettie Smith Amish mystery series
- JR Ripley's Buried in Beignets, the debut of the Maggie Miller cozy series
- RR Shelly's British cozy mystery Dead Ringer, the debut of the Wychwood series
- Anna Snow's holiday mystery novella The Blonde Before Christmas, a Barb Jackson mystery from Gemma Halliday Publishing
- Simon Snow's Australian detective novel Devil's Apple
- Lynette Sowell's Scents of Murder Mysteries, containing the first 3 books in her Scents of Murder Christian cozy series
- Joyce Tremel's To Brew or Not to Brew, the debut of her Brewing Trouble cozy mystery series from Berkley Prime Crime
- Glenis Wilson's Dead on Course, a Harry Radcliffe contemporary horse racing mystery
- Marty Wingate's Empty Nest, the second of her Birds of a Feather cozy series
Monday, November 30, 2015
There are so many terrific mystery ebook deals today that it is all but impossible to keep up with them all, but we have tried to summarize the best of them here in one place. This is normally the best day of the year to bargain shop ebooks, and today is no exception. Many of these prices will go away at midnight PST tonight, though some will go on for longer. Happy shopping!!!!
- 10 of Catherine Aird's classic mysteries in her acclaimed CD Sloan series are on sale for $1.99
- MC Beaton's Hamish Macbeth mystery A Highland Christmas is $1.99
- 3 of Laurien Berenson's Melanie Travis cozy mysteries are $1.99 to $2.39
- Open Road has 36 of Lawrence Block's mysteries and thrillers on sale from 99c to $2.51
- CJ Box's first Cody Hoyt mystery Back of Beyond is $1.99
- The first 4 books in Mollie Cox Bryan's Cumberland Creek cozy mystery series are $1.99 to $2.99
- A pair of Nancy Cohen's Bad Hair Day cozy mysteries are on sale for $1.99 each
- Each of the 6 books in Max Allan Collins' Disaster series of historical mysteries is $1.99
- 3 of Michael Connelly's bestselling hardboiled mysteries are on sale from $3.99 to $4.99
- Amanda Cooper's first Teapot Collector cozy mystery Tempest in a Teapot is $1.99
- Kathi Daley has 6 Christmas cozy mysteries on sale for 99c each
- Each of the first 6 books in Nelson DeMille's bestselling John Corey mystery/thriller series are $1.99
- Down & Out Books has 20 mystery/crime books on sale for 99c for Kindle, including books from Gary Phillips, Frank Zafiro and Eric Beetner, JL Abramo, Sisters in Crime LA, Trey Barker and more
- The first 2 books in Kaitlyn Dunnett's Liss MacCrimmon cozy mystery series are on sale from $1.89 to $1.99
- Each of the 3 books in Mary Anne Edwards Charlie McClung cozy mystery series are 99c
- The 2 books in Alex Erickson's Bookstore Cafe cozy mystery series are on sale from 63 cents (!!!) to $2.39
- Each of the 14 books in Ian Fleming's James Bond series are on sale for $2.99
- 9 of Joanne Fluke's popular mysteries are on sale from $1.99 to $2.99 for Kindle, including 6 from her bestselling Hannah Swensen culinary cozy series
- Each of the 3 books in Anne Frasier's popular Elise Sandburg mystery/thriller series are $2
- The first dozen books in Andrea Frazer's Falconer Files British Village cozy mystery series are $1.99
- A pair of Tess Gerritsen's romantic suspense novels are on sale for 99c each
- John Gilstrap's bestselling thriller At All Costs is $1.99
- 5 of Robert Goldsborough's classic style Nero Wolfe mysteries are $1.99 to $3.90
- 4 of Chris Grabenstein's John Ceepak and Danny Boyle humorous mysteries are 99c to $2.99
- Gemma Halliday Publishing has 11 boxed sets on sale from 99c to $2.99, including authors like Leslie Langtry, Gemma Halliday & Jennifer Fischetto, Kathleen Bacus, Janel Gradowski, Sibel Hodge, Christina Burke and more
- Anne Hillerman's Spider Woman's Daughter, her continuation of her father's acclaimed Navajo/Leaphorn & Chee mystery series, is on sale for $1.99
- 4 books in Hannah Jayne's Underworld Detective Agency paranormal mystery series are on sale from $1.99 to $2.20 for Kindle
- The first 6 books in Jerusha Jones' popular Imogene Museum cozy mystery series are $1.99
- The first 3 books in Tonya Kappes' Magical Cures paranormal cozy mystery series are either free or 99c
- Stephen King's mystery Joyland is $1.99
- A pair of Harry Kemelman's classic Rabbi Small mysteries are on sale from $1.99 to $2.08
- Mary Kubica's acclaimed mystery/thriller novels The Good Girl and Pretty Baby are on sale for $1.99 and $2.99 for Kindle respectively
- GM Malliet's Agatha Award winning Death of a Cozy Writer, the first in her St. Just series, is on sale for $1.30
- 2 books in Edith Maxwell's Local Foods culinary cozy series are on sale for $1.99
- A pair of GA McKevett's Savannah Reid cozy mysteries are $1.99
- 3 of Leslie Meier's Lucy Stone cozy mysteries are $1.87 to $1.99
- The first 3 books in Liz Mugavero's Pawsitively Organic cozy mystery series are $1.99
- Jo Nesbo's 3rd Harry Hole mystery The Redbreast is $1.99
- 3 of J Michael Orenduff's humorous Pot Thief mysteries are $1.99
- 22 of Don Pendleton's Executioner mystery/thriller novels are on sale for $1.99
- A pair of Ellis Peters' Brother Cadfael historical mysteries are $2.60
- 10 classic mysteries from Ellery Queen are on sale from 96 cents to $2.81
- John Sanford's 4th Lucas Davenport mystery Silent Prey is $1.99
- Each of the 11 books in Dorothy Sayers' classic Lord Peter Wimsey traditional British mystery series are $1.99
- 5 of Donald Westlake's humorous mystery/caper novels are on sale from $1.99 to $2.60, including 3 from his popular Dortmunder series