Monday Morning’s Top eBooks

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by Jana DeLeon
Rating: 4.6

Shaye Archer’s life effectively began the night police found her in an alley, beaten and abused and with no memory of the previous fifteen years, not even her name. Nine years later, she’s a licensed private investigator, with a single goal–to get answers for her clients when there aren’t supposed to be any. And maybe someday, answers for herself.

Emma Frederick thought her nightmare was over when she killed her abusive husband, but someone is stalking her and tormenting her with mementos from her past. With no evidence to support her claims, the police dismiss her claims as post-traumatic stress, but Shaye is convinced that someone is deliberately terrorizing Emma…playing a cat and mouse game with only one goal in mind. To kill Emma.


Entry-Level Cancer
by David Baskett
Biography & Memoir
Rating: 4.7

My First Six Months in the Club That No One Wants to Join

Cancer is terrifying stuff, but having survived it since 2007, I’ve earned the right to poke fun at this ghastly affliction in this sad/happy/gross/wide-open and honest field guide to all the emotions and medical procedures that you (the patient, loved one, family member) can expect to go through. I take the hit of traversing the great unknown so you can understand what to expect from the comfort of your chair. Good luck in whatever comes your way, I’m cheering for you!


How Plants Work
by Linda Chalker-Scott
Crafts & Hobbies
Rating: 4.6

Plants are capable of interesting and unexpected things. Why do container plants wilt when they’ve been regularly watered? Why did the hydrangea that thrived last year never bloom this year?

In How Plants Work, horticulture expert and contributor to the popular blog The Garden Professors, Linda Chalker-Scott brings the stranger-than-fiction science of the plant world to vivid life…


Recipes for Love and Murder
by Sally Andrew
Cozy Mystery
Rating: 4.5

Tannie Maria shares her culinary love as a recipe columnist for the local paper–until The Gazette decides its readers are hungrier for advice on matters of the heart rather than ideas for lunch and dinner.

Assisting other people with their problems, Tannie Maria is eventually forced to face her own issues, especially when the troubles of those she helps touch on the pain of her past, like a woman desperate to escape her abusive husband. When the woman is murdered, Tannie Maria becomes dangerously entwined in the investigation…


Help Me, Hold Me
by Barbara Gee
Inspirational Romance
Rating: 4.9

Callie isn’t all giddy like her friends, but she really is glad about Vince Abbot coming to volunteer at the retreat center. He’s her very favorite hockey player, and the veterans will love having him around for the summer. It’s just that it’s hard to get too excited about anything when you have a loved one who’s dying and you can’t imagine life without him.

And so, while news of Vince’s imminent arrival is causing a huge stir at the center, Callie is too busy with her grandfather and her own volunteering to take much notice. Then she meets him…


The Serpent Waits
by Bill Hiatt
Rating: 5.0

Amy Monroe’s journalistic instincts told her something was wrong in Santa Brígida. The town had too many strange disappearances, mental breakdowns, and bizarre weather patterns. Yet none of these anomalies got much press coverage, let alone serious investigation.

Planning to write a career-making expose, Amy goes to Santa Brígida undercover to find out the truth. She suspects clandestine scientific experiments, but from the moment a key source disappears–together with the motel in which she met him–she realizes that what’s really happening may be stranger than she could ever imagine…