December 21, 2011 · 8:02 am
Thanks to Tyrus Books of New York City, we have a gift for all e-book readers. Between now and Christmas Eve, you can use your Kindle, Nook or personal computer (or tablet) to download a free copy of Hurt Machine: A Moe Prager Mystery by Reed Farrel Coleman. Publishers Weekly has already listed Hurt Machine as one of the the best novels of 2011, and The New York Times is publishing a major review of this gritty Private Investigator mystery on Christmas Day. But you don’t have to wait to get your copy – nor do you have to pay for it. Just go now to Amazon, Barnes & Noble or other e-book selling sites, enter the title Hurt Machine and enjoy your free download. Merry Christmas!
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March 6, 2011 · 12:12 pm
The Girl in the Green Raincoat: A Tess Monaghan Novel by Laura Lippman (Avon; $11.99; 176 pages)
This novella is another flawlessly written story by award-winning author Laura Lippman that you will not be able to put down and in the end will leave you wanting more.
Tess Monaghan is private investigator confined to her home on bed rest in the third trimester of her first pregnancy. While longingly watching the world go by outside her window, Tess becomes intrigued by a lovely girl wearing a green raincoat who takes long walks with her dog at exactly the same time each day. Then one day Tess witnesses the dog running outside her window, leash attached, the owner nowhere to be seen.
Tess’s investigator instincts heighten full force into the possibilities of what could have happened to the owner and is determined to get to the bottom of the story. Ignoring the advice of her cautious boyfriend Crow, she plunges into an investigation that leads to a string of crimes and deceit. Her obsession with this girl in the green raincoat and her unruly dog creates a delightful storyline including murder, mystery and more. Her vibrant characters, descriptive dialogue and an unpredictable ending make it a story you can’t pass up!
A review copy was provided by the publisher.
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