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INTEL 1 Omnibus By Erec Stebbins $4.99 Offer Expired-Subscribe for new deals!
A critically-acclaimed thriller series by award-winning author Erec Stebbins! "A fast-paced international thriller...the twists and turns of plot continue right up to the last emotionally-charged paragraph." (Midwest Book Review)
"One of the writers whose work is most often compared (favourably) with Grisham's, Mark Gimenez and The Absence of Guilt. This is Gimenez at epic length, but the pages turn with great rapidity." (The Independent)
A twisty psychological thriller by acclaimed author Shalini Boland! "A truly magnificent read, loved it from start to finish... leaves you with bated breath right to the very end... that ending... I thought I was going to fall off my chair. It was so darn good..."' (Mixing Reality with Fiction)
Category: Psychological Thriller
Dead Ringer By William Cone $2.99 Offer Expired-Subscribe for new deals!
"For readers interested in the behind-the-scenes intrigue of WWII, and particularly the dissent within Germany's own ranks, this is a delightful read. A historically faithful and ingeniously thrilling account of the last throes of the second world war. ...spectacularly, chillingly successful." (Kirkus Reviews)
The FIFTH and SIXTH funny, offbeat, and surprising legal thrillers in the Tubby Dubonnet series.
"Take one cup of Raymond Chandler, one cup of Tennessee Williams, add a quart of salty humor, and you will get... Dunbar`s crazy mixture of crime and offbeat comedy." (The Baltimore Sun)
"Like Lee Child`s Jack Reacher, Lock is an ex-military policeman. Unlike Reacher, he has a job (as an elite bodyguard), a home, friends and a sense of humour. Lock`s likeability contrasts with Reacher`s pomposity and Black`s style is supremely slick." (The Daily Telegraph)