Print Books for July 2020

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43 thoughts on “Print Books for July 2020”

  1. The Nazi Spy: Nazi Spy Mystery Series Book 1 – $7 –
    by Alan Hardy
    If Fiona doesn’t discover the spy’s identity, she’s going to end up totally dead…

  2. The Case of the Tattooed Buttocks: Inspector Cullot Mystery Series Book 1 – $7 –
    by Alan Hardy
    Inspector Cullot investigates the brutal murder of two blondes at Bounderdales Maznsion

  3. The Case of the Torn Yellow Socks: Inspector Cullot Mystery series Book 4
    by Alan Hardy
    Cullot investigates a series of murder at luxurious London apartments

    by J.J. Cunis
    Mayhem, horror, tragedy, romance, laughter, suspense and non-stop thrills. Buckle up for the ride of your life and a cast of characters you’ll never forget.

  5. Ghost Walk (A Lacey Fitzpatrick and Sam Firecloud Mystery) (Volume 1) $10.99
    by Melissa Bowersock
    An ex-cop and a Navajo medium investigate murder cases–-by talking to the victims.

  6. Sonnets for Heidi $10.99
    by Melissa Bowersock
    A woman uncovers a family secret of forbidden love that leads her on a tragic yet triumphant journey of the heart.

  7. Stone’s Ghost $9.99
    by Melissa Bowersock
    An aloof businessman and a female ghost must rely on their unlikely friendship as they confront the pasts that haunt them.

  8. Good Puppy, Naughty Puppy, Sad Puppy, Happy Puppy $12.99
    by Florence D. Blanding
    Tommy receives a puppy for his birthday. They are inseparable. How does he react when the puppy gets lost? What does he do to find him? Whom does he meet along the way?

  9. Grandma Visits the Bumblebee Twins $11.99
    by Florence D. Blanding
    The twins can hardly wait for Grandma to arrive and wonder what adventure she has planned. Will Grandma disappoint them? First, she must find the ‘perfect collector’.

  10. Return to Dead Man’s Cove: An Al Pennyback mystery
    Charles Ray
    A chance to do his honeymoon over lands Al and his friends in hot water.

  11. Skeleton in the Closet: An Ed Lazenby mystery
    Charles Ray
    Discovery of a desiccated skeleton opens up a decades-old disappearance and murder.

  12. Caleb Johnson Mountain Man: Menace in the Mountain Mist
    Charles Ray
    An orphaned bear cub, three hooligans, and an unseasonable mist combine into a day of terror for Caleb and his wife.

  13. Buffalo Soldier: Park Patrol
    Charles Ray
    The Interior Department’s lack of funding means that the U.S. Cavalry must guard the national parks.

  14. Star Touched $9.45
    A. L. Kaplan
    Eighteen-year-old Tatiana is running from her past and her star-touched powers eight years after a meteor devastates earth’s population.

  15. Wolf Dawn $5.00
    A. L. Kaplan
    Gifted with the ability to wolf-talk, Kara has lived with the wolves since she lost her memories. Now at sixteen, snippets of her past send her searching for answers.

  16. A Train to Nowhere, $10.99
    Jerold Last
    In a fast-paced story of spies and murder, a private detective investigates the violent death of a Paraguayan agent in a small British city.

  17. Dangerous Drugs and Dexterous Dogs, $9.99
    Jerold Last
    A late-night visitor tells Suzanne that something seems to be wrong with a research program she is involved with. He’s dead right.

  18. The Origin of Murder, $9.99
    By Jerold Last
    Book your passage on an exciting, if murderous, cruise through Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands.

  19. Rum, Cigars, and Corpses, $9.99
    By Jerold Last
    Enjoy an exciting International thriller while getting a good look at contemporary Cuba

  20. Roger and the Cancelled Czech, $9.99
    By Jerold Last
    A suspenseful whodunit International thriller set in contemporary Prague and Budapest.

  21. Unsubscribe from Anxiety: Opt out of the myth that worry is required and take charge of your own life now – $13.09
    by David A. Stone
    Practical steps to overcome fear, anxiety and worry, replacing those mental habits with better, more constructive ones, leading to peace of mind and a happier life.

  22. Datapocalypse, $12.99
    by Christopher Keast
    A story about love, too much data and the end of the world…

  23. Datapocalypse, $12.99
    by Christopher Keast
    A story about love, too much data, and the end of the world.

  24. 2084 ($11.95)
    by Rutger Galtiarii
    2084 is a collection of sixty-five short, fictional stories centered around dystopian themes.

  25. Elevated Madness and Other Stories – $7.99
    John D. Ottini
    This book consists of 11 short stories that will amuse, surprise and keep you reading until the very end.

  26. The Copper Connection $6.99
    by Lesley Elliot
    A vile crime fractures Heather Barnes’ life, and she vows to exact revenge. Can she survive or will this need for vengeance destroy her?

  27. The Adventures of Harry and George: in The Illusion of Time
    Ben Harris
    The adventures of Harry and George will take you on a journey like you have never been before.

  28. Speculative Encounters : New Stories from the Slipstream
    by C. L. Nichols
    Speculative stories explore the unusual and bizarre environment of the slipstream, with added bonus selections from novels by C. L. Nichols.
    Paperback – $ 8.99

  29. My Guitar Tutor : Basics & Beyond
    by C. L. Nichols
    Learn the necessary skills to progress from beginner to intermediate player to advanced guitarist, and quickly become a competent solo artist, rhythm player, or lead musician.
    Paperback – $ 8.99

  30. My Guitar Progressions : Beginner to Pro
    by C. L. Nichols
    Learn the skills to progress from beginner to Pro — if you read and practice the info in this book, you are sure to quickly advance.
    Paperback – $8.99

  31. Ivory (An Arrangement Part II) $11.50
    Sencha Skeete
    Chris and Emily play a twisted game of sex and lies with more than just hearts at stake in the second installment of this series.

  32. Entwined — In Mystery & Murder…x 2
    Thomas E. Cochrane
    Twins? OR is there a more unusual connection between these two women who keep finding themselves in the middle of mayhem both here & abroad?

  33. “The Little Stone of Happiness”
    by J. Romero
    “We live in days when everything is so hectic, we have forgotten how much fun we had when we were kids.”

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