I can see now that the primary reason why I go nuts buying eBooks is the presence of gift cards in my hot little hands. I think I bought enough eBooks in January to choke a horse, but every month since the number has gotten fewer. The absence of gift cards equals restraint.
Without further comment on my buying habits, here is the list of titles I added to my Kindle during the month of April. I have them grouped by genre/ subgenre. If you want to know more about a specific book, click on the title. The links do go to Amazon because that is where I bought them. Beware: if you're one of my readers who lives outside the U.S., you'll need to your favorite site that sells eBooks in your country.
Here's the list!
Lady of the Ashes by Christine Trent set in England.
Prayer of the Dragon by Eliot Pattison set in Tibet.
Well-Schooled in Murder by Elizabeth George set in England.
The Monkey Wrench Gang by Edward Abbey set in the American Southwest.
Grave Descend by John Lange (AKA Michael Crichton) set in the Caribbean.
The Marsh King's Daughter by Karen Dionne set in Michigan.
Top Deck by Kate Ellis set in Liverpool, England.
We Install: And Other Stories by Harry Turtledove set in all sorts of places.
A Darker Shade of Sweden edited by John-Henri Holmberg. Guess where it's set?