A good day this is. Two more authors new-to-me showing up this morning.
One is a FREE suggestion through 1531 Entertainment.
Kate’s Innocence (Kate’s Case Files Book 1)
Kate watched as her campus was torn apart by bombs and now is being accused of perpetrating the crime. As the evidence quickly stacks up against her, she begins to lose hope that the truth will come to light. Even though the handsome FBI Agent, Patrick, has taken up her cause, will they be able to prove her innocence?
Browsing through her book collection, I see Sarah Holman write’s in several genres, not just mystery.
While browsing, another interesting suggestion showed up as FREE. A cozy mystery this time.
Red Rover, Red Rover (The Accidental Cases of Emily Abbott Book 1)
He makes terrible coffee, but he sure is good in a car chase!
Emily Abbott is working hard as a coffee barista in downtown Phoenix, keeping one eye on her tiny college fund and the other on the mysterious new guy with his profound lack of coffee-making skills. Just when she thinks they might be getting the hang of working together, she’s abruptly thrust into his world of espionage and danger.
Brent Peterson, aka Agent Nighthawk, needs her help protecting a defecting enemy spy and keeping the information he carries out of the wrong hands. But she’s just a barista—what can she do?
Much more than she thinks.
Perry Elizabeth Kirkpatrick enjoys publishing short stories, judging by her book collection on Amazon. Awesome covers. I’m tempted but short stories are just not long enough.
I’m currently reading Outbreak. It’s holding my attention, and I’m grateful.
Listening to all the rhetoric surrounding COVID-19, anxious feelings seem to be unavoidable even though the truth is – my lifestyle is already self-isolating and I’ve worked remotely for years. I feel relaxed about the whole situation and yet there is a low level of discomfort rippling just below the surface, making it difficult to settle down to any of my normal activities. I’m grateful for any distraction able to hold my attention.
The irony is… this story is about viral pandemics. Funnily enough, it’s not adding to my stress level. In fact, it’s doing quite the opposite. Probably because there is a scary human element involved, the protagonist is reluctantly drawn into someone else’s struggle and now his life is in danger.
This is still a bargain, check it out if you dare.
Happy Reading, when it’s needed more than ever before. Stay safe!