It's amazing how a lack of a balance on my gift cards slows down my stockpiling, but that's one of the things that happened in March. I don't purposely go out searching for new books for my Kindle; I take a look at the daily emails I get, and if anything I can't resist is listed on one of them, I'll buy and download it. (I won't even go into how I feel about people who feel it's perfectly okay to download pirated eBooks for free. What? Authors don't have families to support and can subsist on nothing but air?)
Anyway, to get back on track, here are the books I couldn't resist last month. I have them grouped by genre/subgenre, and if there's one (or more) that tickles your fancy, click on the title for a link to Amazon. Beware! If you live outside the US, the links take you to the US branch of Amazon, not your country's. And in case you're wondering, I'm not being reimbursed for linking to Amazon. I include links to them simply because I own a Kindle.
Let's take a look at what I couldn't resist...
=== Non-Fiction ===
by William Lewis Manly. Set in California.
=== Short Stories ===
Maprao Syndrome by Colin Cotterill. Set in Thailand.
Just an Ordinary Day by Shirley Jackson. Various locations.
=== Historical Fiction ===
The Edge of Eden by Helen Benedict. Set in Seychelles.
=== Private Investigator ===
Lethal White by Robert Galbraith. Set in England.
=== Historical Mystery ===
The Wickenham Murders by Amy Myers. Set in England.
=== Amateur Sleuth ===
Breaking Wild by Diane Les Becquets. Set in Colorado.
=== Police Procedural ===
Still Waters by Viveca Sten. Set in Sweden.
The Third Squad by V. Sanjay Kumar. Set in India.
Shattered Dreams by Frank Hayes. Set in New Mexico.
Did any of these books tickle your fancy? Inquiring minds would love to know!