Thursday Morning’s Top eBooks

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No Scone Unturned
by Leighann Dobbs
Cozy Mystery
Rating: 4.5

Why did someone kill Olive Pendleton and hide her body?

When bakery owner Lexy Baker and her posse of iPad toting grandmas witness a murder remotely through the camera of a drone, they go straight to Lexy’s homicide detective husband, Jack, to report the crime. But with no body and no crime reported, Jack can’t do a thing, leaving Lexy and her grandmother no alternative than to solve the murder themselves…


Blockchain Maximalist
by Luis Wester
Rating: New Release

From an industry expert and engaged enthusiast comes an informative and polarizing narrative of Blockchain’s concepts, history, and potential. It explores the ways in which the late 90s have defined the technology and enhances our understanding of it’s possibilities.

The internet emerged in the late 60s, Digital and e-cash seems like a logical progression. What obstacles stood in the way, which ones must still be overcome?


Mary Poppins
by P. L. Travers
Children’s Fiction
Rating: 4.4

The first four books featuring the world’s most beloved nanny, plus delightful bonus features!

Since the 1934 publication of Mary Poppins, stories of this magical nanny have delighted children and adults for generations. This collection includes the first four tales by P. L. Travers, illustrated by Mary Shepard: Mary Poppins, Mary Poppins Comes Back, Mary Poppins Opens the Door, and Mary Poppins in the Park.


Outwitting History
by Aaron Lansky
Rating: 4.7

This true story of a quest to save Jewish literature is “a detective story, a profound history lesson, and a poignant evocation of a bygone world” (The Boston Globe).

In 1980 an entire body of Jewish literature–the physical remnant of Yiddish culture–was on the verge of extinction. Precious volumes that had survived Hitler and Stalin were being passed down from older generations of immigrants to their non-Yiddish-speaking children, only to be discarded or destroyed. So Aaron Lansky, a twenty-three-year-old graduate student, issued a worldwide appeal for unwanted Yiddish works…


Stay The Night
by Ali Parker
Contemporary Romance
Rating: 4.7

My family’s billion-dollar hotel chain has been my life for as long as I can remember. Travel. Women. Wealth. That’s all I know, until fate grabs me by the throat and decides to not let up.

She’s a beach body, a beautiful, curvy California girl who hasn’t found the right person to give into yet. I would have felt the same, but something about her has me pacing the floor at night. And my father sent me out to her hotel specifically. The sly dog knowing that she’s exactly the woman I need in my future…


The Girl Who Sees the Unseen
by Ilan Arad
Rating: 4.2

Twenty-four-year-old Dina, completely unaware of her striking beauty, is both fearless and socially challenged. She is unable to grasp the subtle meaning behind body language and inuendoes and cannot understand why people do not just say what they mean. Dina was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome in early childhood, but with the help of her adoptive father, was able to learn many social signs.

One night on her way home, Dina is sexually attacked but is able to escape and save herself. Dina decides to look for her perpetrator, and starts her own amateurish investigation parallel to the police investigation. For Dina, collecting information is a task she can easily handle; she applies her intellectual abilities, intuition, and lack of fear – turning disadvantage into advantage…