Don’t miss this one!
This is the second in an ongoing series of mysteries featuring Regan McHenry, Santa Cruz realtor.
In “Backyard Bones,” the body of a pregnant teenager is found bearing a pentagram carved into it, and one of the prime suspects is a Wiccan, who also just happens to be a client of Regan’s. He, along with two other suspects, all have secrets relating to the dead girl, but who is the real murderer?
Nancy Lynn Jarvis
Nancy Lynn Jarvis lives in Santa Cruz, California, where she runs a real estate company with her husband. Nancy loves trying new things, and in the past has worked in advertising, as a librarian and as a business manager.
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Keeps you guessing until the end.
It’s been twenty years since PI Sloane Monroe has returned to her hometown of Tehachapi, California, but when a former classmate is stabbed and tossed overboard during the high school reunion cruise, Sloane isn’t about to allow a murderer to run free in her own backyard.
But in a town where everyone is harboring secrets, how many more men will die before she discovers the truth?
This book is free 5/6 – 5/9.
Just in time for the weekend! Three epicly good historical romance novels for Kindle & Nook:
These two short stories will delight the lover of historical romance!
An absorbing, fast-paced romance where the game of love is played for the highest stakes. Don’t miss this wonderful debut.
A Fun Trip To Paris: A Beautifully Illustrated Adventure of Victorian Children (The Timeless Innocence of Childhood)
A delightful and charming introduction to Victorian Paris and several other French cities
“At a seperate table sits Monsieur Legros
And behind him his poodle, Fidele, you must know
Who can dance, he’s so clever, and stand on his head
Or upon his nose balance a morsel of bread”
This book is free 5/3 – 5/5.
An engaging and fun way for kids to learn their times tables.
Who doesn’t find dinosaurs fascinating? Lots of interesting dinosaur facts are drip-fed throughout this book to engage your child as they practise the facts for the 12 multiplication tables.
There is one flash card per page – one page asks the question and then it is immediately followed by another flash card with the answer. As your child can get to the answers with just one click, there is no need for a pen and paper to help them double check their work.
These digital flash cards take full advantage of ebook technology. This book is fully portable despite having over 400 pages so your child can practise their multiplication anytime, anywhere. There is no need to carry around a box of flash cards that is bulky and heavy, where the cards can get lost or worn out. Just pull out your e-reader at home, in the car, at a restaurant or waiting for an appointment and make learning fun.
This book is free on 5/2.