Here are the latest deals and steals in ebooks from Harper Collins. Everything from Agatha Christie, to Thriller to Historical Fiction to Postapocalyptic Romance.
What is The Secret of Chimneys? A young drifter finds out when a favor for a friend pulls him into the heart of a deadly conspiracy in this captivating classic from Agatha Christie
The Postmistress by Allison Stuart $.99 Historical Fiction. This book has a 4-star rating on Goodreads right now.
A stunning historical tale of loss, desire and courage that is full of the terror and the beauty of the Australian bush, for readers of The Thorn Birds, The Naturalist’s Daughter and The Widow of Ballarat.
To forge a new life she must first deal with her past…
1871. Adelaide Greaves and her young son have found sanctuary in the Australian town of Maiden’s Creek, where she works as a postmistress. The rough Victorian goldmining settlement is a hard place for a woman – especially as the other women in town don’t know what to make of her – but through force of will and sheer necessity, Adelaide carves out a role.
But her past is coming to find her, and the embittered and scarred Confederate soldier Caleb Hunt, in town in search of gold and not without a dark past of his own, might be the only one who can help. Can Adelaide trust him? Can she trust anyone?
Radio Silence (Off the Grid) by Alyssa Cole, $1.99 Postapocalyptic Romance
No one expects the apocalypse.
Arden Highmore was living your average postgrad life in Rochester, New York, when someone flipped the “off” switch on the world. No cell phones, no power, no running water—and no one knows why. All she and her roommate, John, know for sure is that they have to get out, stat. His family’s cabin near the Canadian border seemed like the safest choice.
Obsession by Amanda Robson, $.99 Thriller/Suspense The best-selling thriller with a shocking ending.
Carly and Rob are a perfect couple. They share happy lives with their children and their close friends Craig and Jenny. They’re lucky. But beneath the surface, no relationship is simple: can another woman’s husband and another man’s wife ever just be good friends?
Obsession is a dark, twisting thriller about how quickly our lives can fall apart when we act on our desires
Part Time Cowboy by Maisey Yates, $1.99 Contemporary Romance
A onetime bad girl comes home to small-town Oregon in the first in a sexy, heartfelt new series from USA Today bestselling author Maisey Yates.
Sadie Miller isn’t expecting any welcome-home parades on her return to Copper Ridge. Least of all from part-time rancher, full-time lawman Eli Garrett. The straitlaced, impossibly hot deputy sheriff glares at her as if she’s the same teenage hoodlum who fled town ten years ago. But running from her demons has brought Sadie full circle, ready to make a commitment at last. Not to a man, but to a bed-and-breakfast. On Garrett land. Okay, so her plan has a tiny flaw….
The Stranger in Our Home by Sophie Draper, $1.99 Thriller/Suspense
When her stepmother dies unexpectedly, Caro returns to her childhood home in the rural English countryside. She hadn’t seen Elizabeth in years, but the remote farmhouse offers refuge from a bad relationship, and a chance to start again. But going through Elizabeth’s belongings unearths memories Caro would rather stay buried. In particular, the story her stepmother would tell her, about two little girls and the terrible thing they do.
When a stranger saves Luke’s life, he knows he’s been given a second chance. He’s going to make it count—and, determined to live each day to its fullest, he starts by saying yes to everything life has to offer.
A life-affirming story about a man who is given a second chance, perfect for fans of Mike Gayle and Imogen Clark.
A Friend Called Alfie by Rachel Wells, $.99 Contemporary Fiction
Alfie and his kitten, George, have always known that a human is for life and not just for Christmas. So when George learns that one of the residents of Edgar Road has been taken into hospital, he realizes it’s up to him to provide some comfort at this difficult time of year. The only problem is that they now have a little puppy in tow—Pickles the Pug, who is convinced he can be a cat if only he sticks with his new found friends.
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