Another month has come and gone, and-- yes indeed-- I have added to the stockpile of eBooks on my Kindle. I would imagine none of you are surprised. Through the various daily emails I receive, I added fourteen books to my stockpile (AKA my security blanket), and one of them was even free. I'm not sure how I managed to have that happen; usually 99¢ is the least amount I've paid for an eBook. Lest anyone think that's a complaint, no, it most certainly is not!
I've grouped last month's additions by genre or subgenre, and if you'd like to know more about a particular one, just click on the title and you'll be taken straight to Amazon. If you're one of my many readers outside the US, beware. The links take you to Amazon US which means, if you decide to buy, you need to head to the Amazon branch that works for you. By the way, I don't receive anything from Amazon by linking to them. I merely do so because I own a Kindle and Amazon is where I buy my eBooks.
Let's take a look at the books I added to my security blanket!
Circling the Sun by Paula McLain. Set in Kenya.
Last Victim of the Monsoon Express by Vaseem Khan. Set in India.
~~~Native American Mystery~~~
Boy Made of Dawn by R. Allen Chappell. Set in the Navajo Nation in Arizona and New Mexico.
Deep Past by Eugene Linden. Set in Kazakhstan.
Deception Cove by Owen Laukkanen. Set in Washington State.
Save Me from Dangerous Men by S.A. Lelchuk. Set in California.
Cemetery Road by Tom Lowe. Set in Florida.
Earthly Remains by Donna Leon. Set in Italy.
The Body in the Castle Well by Martin Walker. Set in France.
The Secret Life of Anna Blanc by Jennifer Kincheloe. Set in California.
Harkness by Michael Bigham. Set in Oregon.
Murder at the Fitzwilliam by Jim Eldridge. Set in England.
We Band of Angels: The Untold Story of the American Women Trapped on Bataan by Elizabeth M. Norman. Set in the Philippines.
Tschiffely's Ride: Ten Thousand Miles in the Saddle from Southern Cross to Pole Star by A.F. Tschiffely. Various locations throughout South America, Central America, and the US.
Did any of the titles tickle your fancy? I hope so!