Reviews of Some Great Reads (an Off-Week Goodie)

by Kassandra Lamb ~ Since I read a fair amount, I’ve started a new feature on my own website—reviews of some great reads I’ve encountered recently. I try to focus on first-in-series books that are free or 99 cents, but I also include some full-price books that I think are worth the price.

Check out my first installment, including these three books:

reviews of some great reads -- What The Cat Knew

PD Workman’s FREE first in series ~

I only like a certain kind of paranormal mystery, one that uses the paranormal aspects as a spice. I like the “meat” of the dish to still be the characters and the storyline, the mystery itself. In What The Cat Knew, PD Workman serves up a gourmet dish exactly to my tastes…

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Our own misterio press author, Vinnie Hansen has recently reduced her first-in-series book to $0.99 on Amazon (free everywhere else).

Carol Sabala is a flawed heroine, with a slightly shaky marriage, an adorable cat named Lola, and a boss she hates. When said boss ends up face first and dead as a doornail in Carol’s cookie dough, she—along with her coworkers at the swanky restaurant where she’s a baker—is a prime suspect…

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reviews of some great reads ~ A Memory of Murder

Nichelle Seely’s debut mystery — Free through Kindle Unlimited, $4.99 to buy (and worth every penny)

Part psychological thriller, part police procedural, Nichelle Seely’s debut novel is riveting! … This tightly written and intense story is way better than most debut novels I’ve read. I give it five fingerprints without hesitation…


To see my complete reviews of some great reads on my website CLICK HERE.

Posted by Kassandra Lamb. Kassandra is a retired psychotherapist turned mystery writer. She is the author of the Kate Huntington psychological mysteries, set in her native Maryland, and the Marcia Banks and Buddy cozy mysteries, set in Central Florida. She also writes romantic suspense under the pen name of Jessica Dale.

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