Free E-Books: 04.12.21

This is a weekly post that I am going to post a bit about the books I have sourced for free. Quite a few finds again this week 😊

I usually find out about these E-Books through social media, through emails I receive from Hello Books and authors newsletters.

In this weekly post, I would like to mention the books I have found and downloaded, so that others may have a chance to be introduced to new authors and the books are promoted before I get a around to reading them.

Prime First Reads – Amazon:

💜 The Paid Bridesmaid – Sariah Wilson

This is my pick for Amazon Prime First Reads this month.

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Rachel Vinson is a bridesmaid for hire: part confidante, part wedding planner, and one hundred percent pretend BFF. Discretion guaranteed. Her next gig is a destination wedding—livestreamed and sponsored—for an Instagram influencer. That means a paradise of new contacts, which could be a boon to her already booming business. If Rachel can keep the very handsome and slightly too interested best man at bay, that is.

High-tech entrepreneur Camden Lewis must know: Who is this gorgeous, intelligent, and mysterious woman? Too good to be real. Convinced she’s a corporate spy out to tank his company, Camden’s not letting her out of his sight. But the constant surveillance is also opening his eyes to things about Rachel that he likes. If she’s a spy, she’s certainly the cutest one he’s ever seen.

As the week’s worth of wedding events march along, Rachel and Camden are learning almost everything there is to know about each other. Rachel’s made a career out of always a bridesmaid…but perhaps there’s a chance for her own trip down the aisle?

Rating on Goodreads: 4.79

Social Media finds:

When scrolling through Facebook & Twitter sometimes I find out about free E-books available. Sometimes these are through Amazon other times they are through newsletter sign ups. Please note again these were available free at the time I obtained them, they may not be free now.

Dream Big Stella – Ashley Farley

Source: Book Cave Email – Purchase Amazon

Genre: Romance

Synopsis from Goodreads:

When a young woman summons the courage to take a chance on life, she discovers the career and man of her dreams.

Stella Boor’s biological father is a nameless, faceless sperm donor. At least, that’s what her parents have led her to believe. Imagine her surprise when she learns he’s none other than rock legend Billy Jameson, and that Billy has died and left Stella a historic inn on a sprawling farm in the mountains of Virginia. A city girl at heart, Stella can’t imagine living anywhere but New York. Her first inclination is to sell the property. But the terms of Billy’s will stipulate she manages the inn for three years before putting it on the market.

Stella considers what’s really keeping her in New York. Her hotel management career is off to a rocky start; she’s lost three jobs in less than a year. She’s grown apart from her best friend, and her so-called boyfriend is only interested in late-night booty calls. Something is missing from Stella’s life. On impulse, she hops on the next train headed to Virginia hoping to find happiness.

When she sees the dilapidated state of the inn, Stella realizes she’s in over her head. But the more she learns about the fascinating Jameson family, the more she wants to know. Why did her mother keep Billy Jameson a secret? Were her biological parents in a relationship, or was she the result of a one-night stand? And why did her father wait until after his death to bring Stella to Virginia?

On her journey to discover answers, Stella learns to have faith in herself and take a chance on love. Join an unforgettable cast of characters in the first instalment of the Hope Springs Series.

Goodreads Rating: 4.40

Love at Wild Harbor – Grace Worthington

Source: Book Cave Email – Purchase Amazon

(Currently £0.77 to buy or free on Kindle Unlimited)

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Synopsis from Goodreads:

One chocolate shop. Two fixer uppers. Three feisty sisters. One sweet love story to bring it all together.
Lily Woods never expected to start life over again at thirty. But when she opens a chocolate shop and buys a dilapidated beach cottage in Wild Harbor, she’s ready to begin a new chapter, spending her days and nights creating fabulous chocolate treats.

TV star Alex Briggs isn’t about to put his heart on the line. He’s finally landed his dream job as the host of a wildly popular home renovation show. Now he’s returning to Wild Harbor to flip a beach cottage, but he never imagined the project would land him next to the captivating girl who rejected him in high school.

Alex never recovered the piece of his heart he gave to Lily all those years ago. How will he keep his distance now that he can’t escape the girl next door?

Lily’s determined to fix up her beach bungalow on her terms, but Alex isn’t about to let her do it alone. Before Lily can stop him, Alex is on a mission to renovate her home and prove he’s the kind of man she can trust. But secrets from their past threaten to destroy their relationship before it begins.

Can this small town girl and big city star overcome their differences and find love again?

Love at Wild Harbor is the first novel in the Wild Harbor Beach series. These clean romances are set in Wild Harbor, a quaint small town full of happily ever afters.

Goodreads Rating: 4.33

I Told You So! The Adventures of William and Thomas – Mark Gunning

Source: Book Cave Email Newsletter – Purchase Amazon

Genre: Children’s book Ages 5-10

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Meet William and Thomas, two best friends. Follow them on a journey as they climb a giant tree, encounter killer bees, feed spicy chili to Harry (a dog), find a monster in the basement, build a gigantic ramp, and make it snow in the summertime. Lost baseballs, angry bees, extra spicy chili, basement monsters, a massive ramp, and broken bones. What more could a kid want?

Goodreads Rating: 4.51

Dotty Deals with a Dilemma – Diane Ezzard

Source: Author Newsletter Email – Purchase Amazon

(Currently £1.99 to buy or free on Kindle Unlimited)

Genre: Cozy Mystery

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Things don’t go according to plan for Dotty when she starts a new job working at the hair and beauty salon. There is one disaster after another.

Things go downhill fast when Dotty’s boss, Sasha and her son, Watson disappear while taking Dotty’s dog for a walk.

When a ransom demand comes through, things turn more sinister. Then the man suspected of kidnapping them is found murdered.

Can Dotty get to the truth before it’s too late?

Join Dotty and her friends as they try to unravel another great madcap cozy mystery.

Goodreads Rating: 4.41

I Can Be Your Friend – Jessica Blade

Source: Author Email Newsletter – Purchase Amazon

Genre: YA Thriller

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Mandy and I are bound to be lifelong-friends. I promise, Mandy, I won’t let anyone come between us.

Mandy Wright is the nicest girl at Bliss High. She has it all: the hottest boyfriend, straight A’s, the lead in our play, everything but me. . .

Everyone adores Mandy, but nobody really cares about her the way I do. After all, I know things no one else does. Like the fact that her closest friends are scheming to bring her down. That her boyfriend is cheating on her. That everyone she trusts is more damaged than she knows.

I’ll make sure they pay for what they did. I’ll do anything to protect Mandy. When their dirty little secrets are exposed, she will be so grateful to me. Then things can become the way they were meant to be all along: They will get the nightmare they deserve and Mandy and I will become Best Friends. Forever.

Goodreads Rating: 4.50

Rough Country – T.J. Brearton

Source: Inkubator Books Email Newsletter – Bookfunnel Download

(Currently £2.99 to buy or free on Kindle Unlimited)

Genre: Crime/Suspense

Synopsis from Goodreads:

A young girl murdered. A town with a dark secret.

A young girl, Kasey, is murdered in the woods of northern New York, a strange symbol carved into her stomach.

Investigator Reed Raleigh, Major Crimes, is tasked with finding the killer.

Reed has his own troubles. He’s in therapy, divorced, estranged from his son. But he desperately needs to solve this case – his own stepdaughter vanished when she was a teenager and Reed knows all about the agony of having no closure. No way is he letting Kasey’s mother go through that.

But as Reed begins to dig, the case grows ever more complex. Why is Kasey’s boyfriend acting so strangely? And why is her mother lying to the police?

As evidence of Kasey’s bizarre secret life starts to emerge, Reed realises this case isn’t just about a dead girl. There’s something much bigger at play in this small rural town, a decades old secret that needs to be protected. At any cost.

Goodreads Rating: 4.31

Kind of Book – Amazon

I have found another new notification site for free e-books, which you then purchase through Amazon. The site is Kind of Book, the link is for the UK site but they also have a site for the US and DE too which you can access from this link. Once again these were free when I purchased but they may not be now. I receive daily emails with deals, this is what I have found so far that has taken my interest:

Watching Glass Shatter – James J.Cudney

(Currently £2.99 to buy or free on Kindle Unlimited)

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Synopsis from Goodreads:

After 40 years of marriage, Olivia’s husband unexpectedly passes away. But when Ben’s will reveals a life-altering secret, she suffers a blow no widow should ever experience. As Olivia visits each of her sons to share a final connection before facing a truth that will change their family, she discovers that each has been harboring a painful secret, just like his father. Will the revelations destroy their family or bring them closer together?

Watching Glass Shatter is the 1st book in the Perceptions of Glass contemporary fiction, family drama series. Currently, there are two available, with a third planned in the future. Chapters switch POV between Olivia and each son, revealing different personalities, voices, and struggles not unlike many of us in life. You’ll undoubtedly love some members of this family and experience a fiery angst for others. But in the end, it will tug at all of your emotions.

Goodreads Rating: 4.12

The Complete Talba Wallis Series (Vol 1-4) – Julie Smith

(Currently £6.93 to buy or free on Kindle Unlimited)

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Synopsis from Goodreads:


In Louisiana Hotshot, their job is to hunt down a sociopath and pedophile who’s molested the fourteen-year-old daughter of their client, hangs out on the ragged edges of the rap and recording industries, and has more powerful allies than a Cabinet member.

But both detectives have unfinished business from the past—in Eddie’s case, something he deeply regrets; in Talba’s, a personal mystery, one so frightening no one will help her investigate. But she knows she won’t sleep till she solves it—and the truth will change her forever.


The hottest detective duo in New Orleans is going to need every skill and ounce of courage they can summon in this intricate tale of a decades-old conspiracy only now coming home to roost, with the murder of Talba’s friend Babalu Maya. Babalu is actually Clayton Robineau, daughter of the local banker in a small Louisiana town that bears her name, a town buried under the weight of its own malevolent past.

As Talba and Eddie investigate, they find that something terrible happened to Clayton as a child, an injury—both pscyhic and physical–so bizarre, so shameful and damning that almost anyone in town would kill to cover it up.


One stormy day Talba gets an emergency call from Janessa, the sister she barely knows, and arrives to find a body floating in a swimming pool—the mortal husk of Allyson Brown, known in New Orleans literary circles as the Girl Gatsby. Like Gatsby, Allyson was one of those mysterious rich people who move to town, give amazing parties, and seem made of moonbeams.

Investigating, Talba finds the reality behind the Gatsby glamour. Allyson was a con artist who neglected her children, ignored her bills, and lied like a Ponzi schemer. But she wasn’t the only bad actor on the local literary scene. Fellow poet Rashad leads Talba a merry chase, leaving a trail of clues in the form of poetry, while novelists engage in fisticuffs, unseemly preening, and unforgivable arrogance.

The Baroness discovers just how seamy, petty, and downright murderous her fellow literati can be.



So thinks PI Talba Wallis, on her way to Parish Prison—and indeed something’s badly amiss.
New Orleans’ most dynamic detective duo have a personal interest in this one—Eddie’s lawyer daughter Angie’s been set up for a drug bust.

Talba embeds herself in the house of prominent Judge Buddy Champagne as a spy, and uncovers plenty of evidence the judge is dirty—but she doesn’t count on how involved she was going to get—especially with Buddy’s 14-year-old daughter Lucy.

Goodreads Rating: 4.44

Presumption of Innocence – Stephen Penner

(Currently £3.72 to buy or free on Kindle Unlimited)

Genre: Legal Thriller

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Homicide prosecutor David Brunelle faces the most difficult case of his career. An innocent young girl is murdered in a heinous, unforgivable way. The only evidence against the killer is the full confession of his accomplice–another young girl he also victimized. But the accomplice is charged with the murder as well, which means she has the right to remain silent. And she’s so scared of the killer, she refuses to take a deal to testify against him. Brunelle can’t just let the murderer walk, but how can he get a conviction when he has no admissible evidence and the killer is protected by the PRESUMPTION OF INNOCENCE?

Goodreads Rating: 4.08

Snowed in at Snowflake B&B – Kellie Hailes

Genre: Christmas Romance

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Samantha Heatherington always loved Christmas at Snowflake B&B. Her cooking job over the festive season was always her favourite time of year. Until, thriller writer Reuben Richards buys the beautiful inn she always thought would one day be hers.

Grumpy and too-good-looking-for-his-own-good, Reuben has no experience running a B&B, let alone cooking and spends most of his time in his study hiding from the guests. Thankfully Sam isn’t interested in love right now, let alone the one man who might lead to her losing the one place that has ever felt like home. It looks like it’s going to be up to Sam to mix up a little bit of Christmas magic!

Can Sam save Snowflake B&B in time for Christmas and maybe even find love under the mistletoe?

Goodreads Rating: 4.41

The Silent Daughter – Claire Amarti

(Currently £2.99 to buy or free on Prime Reading)

Genre: Thriller/Mystery

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Sadie Kelly has lost her job. Until last month, she was a teacher at Horton College – the same high school she went to ten years ago along with her best friend, Fiona. But Fiona died in an accident on their graduation night, in circumstances Sadie’s spent the last ten years trying to forget, and since then nothing’s been the same.

Now Sadie’s back in the small Connecticut town where she grew up, jobless and living temporarily with Fiona’s mother. But when she hears that a Horton schoolgirl has gone missing, everything changes. Because the missing girl is Devon Hundley – daughter of Philip Hundley, a man Sadie knows all too well…

Goodreads Rating: 3.90

All Countries, Capitals and Flags of the World – Smart Family

(Currently £1.49 to buy or free on Kindle Unlimited)

Genre: Non Fiction (I thought this might come in handy some day 😊)

Synopsis from Goodreads:

We appreciate your desire for knowledge! This book consists of information about all the countries of the world, their capitals, flags, population and area (for each continent separately) + MAPS OF EACH CONTINENT, as well as a BONUS! (pp. 32-40)
This is an excellent and useful birthday present, a gift for good grades at school or just for good behavior.
Give knowledge to your child!

Goodreads Rating: 4.23

Dead Wrong – Kate Allenton

Genre: Cozy Mystery

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Psychic Cree Blue’s identity is a secret, and her help in solving cold cases is strictly off the record. She isn’t known for her finesse, but she’s good at what she does. Her intuition and insight have never steered her wrong.

When there’s an attempted murder on the only detective who knows her secrets, she’s willing to step outside the safety of her anonymity and insert herself smack-dab in the middle of an active investigation. She has the skills to help, but convincing the sexy, skeptical detective to accept that help is much harder than dealing with the dead.

With an attempted killer on the loose and another cold case nipping at her heels, Cree will risk more than her secret identity to solve both cases. She’ll risk her sanity and her life.

Goodreads Rating: 4.38

Playing at Murder – Gillian Larkin

Genre: Cozy Mystery

Synopsis from Goodreads:

A short murder mystery story

It had always been a dream of Connie Butterworth’s to be a private investigator. Now that she’s retired, she makes that dream a reality and sets herself up as an investigator.

With reluctant help from her sister-in-law, Sable, Connie takes on her first client.

What starts out as a simple case of tracking down a missing person soon turns into an intriguing case of deception, phone hacking and murder.

Goodreads Rating: 4.02

Lori Lacefield – Newsletter:

There were a few links to Bookfunnel downloads in this author newsletter, this week. Please note that you do need to sign up to the authors newsletters to get the copies. I have also taken a look to see if any of these are also available on Amazon, and put a comment if they are. Here are the links and the books I found:

Crime Fiction

Into The Dark – A.J. Faris

Synopsis from Bookfunnel:

On the surface, Selas Harbor is a homely and quiet town, but what lies hidden in the underbelly of this seemingly peaceful town? Amelia Carter is drawn to the town after she receives a letter from her estranged brother, Mark, asking for help and claiming to be in danger. Despite their differences, the stubborn and intelligent Amelia decides to go to the town where Mark resides with her best friend, Terry.

Initially, it was a quest to find Mark and what danger he was in. Given her brother’s track record, Amelia is not too sure about the veracity of his claims. After arriving in the swampy and woody town of Selas Harbor situated by a lake, the web of lies that had served as a façade for the dark happenings in this nebulous town begins to unravel. Our protagonist comes across interesting and unique characters, each with their own goals, and soon, she uncovers that the truth about her brother and this town might be more than she can handle, both physically and mentally.

How does Amelia cope with her newfound reality and ominous position? Take a read and find out!

Goodreads Rating: N/A (No ratings Yet)

Five Knives – D.F. Bailey

(Currently free to buy on Amazon)

Synopsis from Goodreads:

When a man plummets to his death from an apartment tower, Will Finch’s shock soon becomes a nightmare. As he studies the open windows above the corpse, Finch notices a lamp blinking erratically behind a drawn curtain on the eleventh floor.

When he investigates the distress signal, Finch discovers a woman handcuffed to a bedpost. Over the following week, he uncovers a conspiracy that ties the murder to a series of bombshells. The victim’s bankruptcy. A global stock fraud. A murder spree that began in Baghdad and is now haunting the citizens of San Francisco. Is this the work of a serial killer, a copycat — or both?

But before he can file his report for The San Francisco Post, Finch’s leads evaporate. Within days, three victims are dead. Does a pattern of five knife wounds provide a clue? Can he unravel the mystery before he — and his fiancée — are caught up in the web of murder?

Goodreads Rating: 4.14

Vanished – Clara Lewis

(Currently £0.77 to buy on Amazon)

Synopsis from Goodreads:

How far would you go to save a life?

Homicide detective Ava Locke is good at what she does. But more importantly, she’s committed. An insomniac with a dark, yet blurry past, she works tirelessly to make the world a little bit better. But little does she know that everything is about to change.

When Ava’s Chief calls upon her and her partner Carl to take on an urgent case, Ava must go undercover to try and solve it. But she soon finds that there is more to the case than she had ever thought, and it begins to bring up some harrowing memories she was happier to forget…
As a dangerous and unstable man kidnaps girls from all over the city, Ava and Carl are in a race against time, not only to save the lives of the missing girls, but of Ava herself.

Goodreads Rating: 4.36

Lost Diamond Girls – L.K. Hill

(Currently free to buy on Amazon)

Synopsis from Bookfunnel:

Detective Gabe Nichols is ready to start fresh. A new city, a new job, a new life. After all he and Kyra have been through in the past year, they deserve it. His first day on the new job brings a bizarre case in which several victims around the city are targeted. They all have identical names.

Detective Cody Oliver has moved from rural, small-town cop life to the big city. He and Gabe team up for a bizarre case. One that makes little logical sense and brings enemies from the past to the forefront of their lives again.

When another victim with the same name goes missing, and they realize missing children may be involved, Gabe and Cody race to figure out what clandestine organization is behind the murders. If they don’t act fast, more innocent victims may be lost to the light forever.

Goodreads Rating: 3.99

A Vengeful Truth – Eric Godfrey

Synopsis from Bookfunnel:

Dr Chris Newman is an easy going psychotherapist . He is known to be a genius within his professional circle. He was amazed when two cops knocked his door for his help to solve a brutal murder mystery of rich couple Mr and Mrs. Freidman. The family is well respected and kind hearted .Their reputation of giving to charity and contributing positively to the city was known all over the place. However they had a dark secret unknown to rest of the world!

What is that secret that lead to their death?

Will Dr. Chris be of any help to the police?

A nail-biting thriller and a gripping story!

Goodreads Rating: 4.00 (3 ratings)

The Ride Along – Michaelbrent Collins

(Currently £2.99 to buy or free on Kindle Unlimited)

Synopsis from Bookfunnel:

It was supposed to be just one more ridealong, a night when high schooler Melissa Latham accompanies her father on his patrol. But when a serial killer targets them for a dark, disturbing game, the night turns into a high-speed chase where there is no prize for second place.

They have to find a killer before he murders the next one of their friends.

They have to find a killer before they are caught and charged for the murder of the men he’s already killed.

Goodreads Rating: 4.50 (4 Ratings)

Innocence Lost – D.K. Greene

(Currently £0.99 to buy on Amazon)

Synopsis from Bookfunnel:

Mackenzie Jones returns to her son’s summer camp to deliver something he left behind. But the mountain retreat that should overflow with kids and counselors is a ghost town. Cabins locked. Lights off. Not a soul to be found.

Jones reports her son’s abduction only to be met with disbelief. How could an entire summer camp disappear?

This short story bridges the gap between The Mommy Mysteries and The Killers Club, detailing the kidnapping scheme that took Mackenzie Jones from homemaker to special agent.

Goodreads Rating: 4.20 (5 ratings)

Dead and Buried – Dan Padavona

Synopsis from Goodreads:

The FBI can’t catch an elusive serial killer.

But Darcy Gellar is no ordinary FBI agent. The agency’s most decorated criminal profiler pursues The Full Moon Killer, a murderer with a trail of victims along the eastern seaboard. Sacrificing her family life, she studies the killer’s tendencies and tries to put a face to the mystery man.

Then the police discover a slaughtered girl on a resort beach. Is the Full Moon Killer stalking paradise?

Now Darcy races against time to catch a madman the authorities can’t find. But there’s one problem. She’s his next victim.

Goodreads Rating: 3.56

Crime Thrillers

Final Clearance – Mick Williams

(Currently £2.99 to buy or free on Kindle Unlimited)

Synopsis from Bookfunnel:

A great story for anyone in retail or customer service.

Young furniture salesman Brody Caulson cracks when an obnoxious customer pushes him too far and, in a fit of anger, he commits the ultimate crime.


As Brody battles newly awakened impulses for violence and retribution, a neighbor disappears, and her young son turns to him for comfort and support.

Appeasing an ever-suspicious boss and diverting visits from the local police, it’s up to Brody to avoid discovery and control his dark side long enough to find his missing neighbor whilst babysitting Javier.

But, as the life he knows unravels, he must make a decision – to get her back, he will have to kill again. Can he control his vigilante side, or be lost to the darkness forever?

Rating Goodreads: 4.71

Horror Quickies Vol 1 – Steve Hudgins

(Currently free to buy on Amazon)

Synopsis from Bookfunnel:

If you like scary stories, you’ve come to the right place.

Over 30 Tales of Terror told in a true story style that will make your blood run cold!

The séance was just fun and games until they asked the spirits to give them a sign that they were there.

A young woman hears her mother talking in the basement. The problem is, her mother is not at home.

Strange tales emerge from those who made the mistake of traveling through the eerie town of Allensburg.

The hospital is abandoned. So, why is there a patient standing in the corridor?

A house sitter fears she may not be alone in the house.

These and other terrifying horror quickies await you!

Rating Goodreads: 4.13

The Stick – Vineet Verma

(Currently £0.99 to buy on Amazon)

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Back on duty in Wichita, Homicide Detective Paul Conley is called in to investigate a fatal stabbing. It appears to be the work of a professional. The woman who was with the victim is in shock and doesn’t remember much. Conley believes her at first, but soon has doubts as the investigation progresses. Things get complicated when a mystery man enters the picture. Is he the one responsible for the murder? Or is the woman not as innocent as she seems? Join Paul on this quest as he unravels the intricate web of lies and deceit.

Rating Goodreads: 4.00

The Scent of Bones – Levi Fuller

(Currently free to buy on Amazon)

Synopsis from Goodreads:

There’s a mysterious murder hiding in the darkness… and it gets his own way.

Recently returned home, Detective Claire finds herself in the craziest situation, she thinks she can escape the craziness of a quiet island, but she now finds herself up against the monster.

She is close to you. She gets away with murder. This is no ordinary killer; she seems to stalk her prey.

Rating Goodreads: 3.94

Caroline Fardig Author Newsletter:

There was an additional link to Bookfunnel from this authors newsletter.

Cosy Mystery:

Recipe for Disaster – Tammy Beck

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Tragedy strikes the quaint coastal town of Harmony Bay when everyone’s favorite grandmother passes away.

Mia Thomas is in charge of the priceless cookbook, left in the will to Grandma Des’s granddaughter Cassie. It’s a longstanding tradition that the book be passed on to the next female in line and Mia is proud to hand it over.

When the book is stolen, and the police are too busy with the upcoming annual Harmony Bay fair, it’s up to Mia to take matters into her own hands.

But the people on her suspect list include the Mayor’s wife, Agnes Sutton, and the local baker, Dan Caldwell. Mia works against the clock as she tries to find the book before Cassie returns to claim her inheritance, and she needs to do it without stepping on anyone’s toes.

Rating on Goodreads: 4.00 (5 ratings)

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Christmas Cookie Caper is a fun novelette with delicious holiday recipes and is part of the Bridal Shop Cozy Mystery world.

Max and her assistant Keiko just want to bake (and eat) holiday cookies with their friends. When they learn that someone has stolen the prizewinning cookie recipe, it’s up to Max to catch the culprit with the help of her friends.

All your favorite characters from the Bridal Shop Cozy Mysteries are baking cookies for the annual Christmas Contest. This story occurs between books one and two, but can be read separately and contains no spoilers!

Rating Goodreads: 4.67

Happy Birthday Murder – Rachel Woods

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Lots of clues and red herrings will keep you guessing until the end!
A cozy murder mystery novel

When reporter Roland Bean turns the big three-oh, his wife throws him, and his fraternal twin sister Robyn, a huge birthday bash.

The festive occasion is lively and fun, with lots of family, friends but things turn for the worst when Beanie overhears his sister arguing with her boyfriend, a shady doctor with a seedy past and mob connections.

Later, hours after the party is over, he gets a frantic call from Robyn. Someone broke into her house, and she needs his help.

Rushing to his sister’s rescue, Beanie nearly hits a man staggering into the road. After the stranger collapses in the street, Beanie rushes to render aid. To his horror, he recognizes the dying man as Robyn’s boyfriend, Dr. Henry Montague. When Beanie asks the doctor who shot him, Henry’s last words shake him to the core: Robyn … shot me.

Refusing to believe his twin sister killed a man, Beanie vows to use his investigative skills to prove her innocence. Beanie discovers plenty of suspects as he delves into the doctor’s dirty dealings, but can he solve the case before the killer makes him the next victim?

Rating on Goodreads: 4.00 (6 ratings)

Synopsis from Goodreads:

If only magical hair could solve a murder.

Ellie loves Halloween. Being a witch, it’s basically mandatory.

This year, she’s turned her corn field into a giant maze. When the entire town of Cliff Haven showes up, Ellie is thrilled. Until someone ends up dead.

Will Ellie be able to solve the murder? Will her hair be of any help?

Find out in Corn Maze Confession!

Rating Goodreads: N/A (No Ratings Yet)

I hope you find something that takes your fancy 😊

I only download books that I like the look of the synopsis, and once I have cleared down some of the NetGalley books I am going to be adding 1 or 2 of my E-Books to my TBR each month.

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