Friday Afternoon’s Mix of eBooks

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Strawberries & Crème Murder
by Susan Gillard
Cozy Mystery
Rating: 4.4

Could a workplace disagreement lead to murder?

Donuts, deceit and the potential murder of a former assistant find master donut backer Heather Janke at the center of a mystery in which she is a potential suspect and possibly the only one capable of discerning the truth. Was her former assistant Christa murdered and if so, why? Follow Heather as she searches for clues to get to the bottom of this sweet caper.


The Bird and the Beetle
by C. L. Stone
Young Adult
Rating: 4.5

With an agoraphobic mother and a barely-there father, Sang Sorenson abhors the isolation keeping her in the shadows. What she craves is a fresh start and to be accepted as ordinary, because for her, being different meant being cast out alone.

When her family moves to a new school district, Sang infiltrates a group of boys, each nearly perfect in every way. Grateful for an influence outside of her parents’ negativity, she quickly bonds with the boys, hoping to blend in and learn from them what it means to have friends.


The Guns of August
by Barbara W. Tuchman
Rating: 4.5

In this landmark, Pulitzer Prize-winning account, renowned historian Barbara W. Tuchman re-creates the first month ofWorld War I: thirty days in the summer of 1914 that determined the course of the conflict, the century, and ultimately our present world. Beginning with the funeral of Edward VII, Tuchman traces each step that led to the inevitable clash. And inevitable it was, with all sides plotting their war for a generation.

Dizzyingly comprehensive and spectacularly portrayed with her famous talent for evoking the characters of the war’s key players, Tuchman’s magnum opus is a classic for the ages.


If You Could See What I See
by Cathy Lamb
Women’s Fiction
Rating: 4.3

In this moving, insightful new novel, acclaimed author Cathy Lamb delves into the heart of going home again, the challenge of facing loss–and the freedom of finally letting go…

With warmth and unflinching humor, If You Could See What I See explores the tender truths we keep close–and what can happen when we find the courage to bare them to the world.


The Parker Sisters
by Lorhainne Eckhart
Romance Compilation
Rating: 4.8

Come and meet The Parker Sisters of Wyoming a spinoff of the romance series Married in Montana from a Readers’ Favorite award–winning author and “queen of the family saga” (Aherman)

The Parker Sisters: The Complete Collection includes all the books and bonus novella’s in this heartwarming big family romance series: Thrill of the Chase, The Dating Game, Playing Hard to Get, What We Can’t Have, Go Your Own Way. CLICK to read the full descriptions!


Three Weeks in Washington
by Luana Ehrlich
Christian Thriller
Rating: 4.8

Winner of the 2017 Fiction Book of the Year from the Oklahoma Center for the Book.

CIA officer Titus Ray arrives in Washington, D.C. on the day a terrorist enters the Washington Navy Yard and murders five people. Convinced the incident is connected to a Hezbollah plot to use chemical weapons on an American city, Titus jeopardizes his own career to interrogate the killer and learn the truth. After the shooter reveals the identity of an Iranian deep-cover operative living in Washington, D.C., Titus embarks on an intelligence operation spanning two continents and exposing an Iranian general obsessed with destroying America…