Sunday, August 04, 2019

July 2019 Additions to My eBook Stockpile

I took a look at my reading statistics so far this year, and it looks as though I'm going to read more eBooks than I ever have before. With my Kindle and the Kindle app on my phone, it's proving much easier to read whenever I have a few spare minutes regardless of where I am-- and I can carry a smaller purse!

Having plenty of books on hand to read not only gives me a feeling of being home (Home Is Where the Books Are) it's also my security blanket. Books have always been able to fix (at least temporarily) whatever's going wrong in my world. And since you're reading this post, you are fellow book lovers, so I don't feel weird about admitting this.

Here is the list of the eBooks I just couldn't resist last month. They are grouped by genre/subgenre, and if you click on the title, you'll be taken to Amazon to find out more about the book. A word of caution: the links to the books are to Amazon US, so if you live in another country, you'll need to log onto the right Amazon if you want to buy any of the books.

Let's see what I downloaded!

 ~~~Genealogy Mystery~~~

Blood Reckoning by Dan Waddell, set in England.

~~~Police Procedural~~~

Ambush by Barbara Nickless, set in Mexico and Colorado.
Paradise Valley by C.J. Box, set in North Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana.

~~~Cozy Mystery~~~

Murder by the Minster by Helen Cox, set in England.
Murder at the Marina by Janet Finsilver, set in California.

~~~Historical Mystery~~~

A Forgotten Place by Charles Todd, set in Wales.

~~~Humorous Mystery~~~

The Hotel Detective by Alan Russell, set in California.
 The Fat Innkeeper by Alan Russell, set in California.
First Degree by David Rosenfelt, set in New Jersey.


Lady Long Rider: Alone Across America on Horseback by Bernice Ende, set in various locations.

Did any of them tickle your fancy? I hope so!


  1. Those look to be some good 'uns, Cathy. You can't go far wrong with C.J. Box. And I like David Rosenfelt's work, too. Hope you'll enjoy your reads.

  2. The two that caught my interest: A Forgotten Place (because I've long been a fan of Charles Todd) and Words Gone Wild. A nice mix of choices here, I wonder what you will read first.

    1. Paradise Valley-- and it's a lot different from Paradise Valley, Arizona, let me tell you! LOL


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