Looking for some good mystery reads on Kindle? We have looked at the list of the most popular items on the Kindle Store and have hand-picked the following titles for your convenience. With the ebook revolution, it’s fascinating to see how one can buy great stories for a fraction of the physical book price. So we will continue reviewing more and more of the digital titles in the coming month. If you think some of your friends might like reading mystery, we appreciate if you can send this link to them. Enjoy!
The Jackpot by David Kazzie: It hasn’t been a very good day for attorney Samantha Khouri. She’s been passed over for partner at her law firm, she’s coming down with the flu, and she’s just learned that her parents’ business is teetering on the brink of failure. But when she discovers that her financially desperate boss has stolen their new client’s gigantic winning lottery ticket, she realizes her day is just getting started. Now, to return the ticket to its rightful owner, Samantha must stay one step ahead of her nothing-to-lose boss and a homicidal mercenary who’s been hired to hunt down the ticket at all costs.
Not What She Seems by Victorine E. Lieske: Steven Ashton is a billionaire from New York, and Emily Grant, on the run from the law. When they meet he can’t help falling for her. What he doesn’t know is that interfering in her life will put his own life in danger.
Interpreter for the Dead (Interpreter Mystery Series) by David Lee Martin: Master thief Michael Dane lands in jail after being snared by the FBI. During his stint he learns his deaf father has died, and he is the sole inheritor of land worth millions outside Boulder, Colorado. Released on bail, he returns to the home he swore he’d never go back to. Michael Dane soon discovers his father’s death was no accident and finds he now has two choices: dig through the broken pieces of an abusive past to solve his father’s murder or become a fugitive.
Superbia by Bernard Schaffer: A deadly shooting leaves police officer Frank O’Ryan with a shattered knee and a growing addiction to Percocet. Upon his return to duty, he is assigned to assist the most despised person in his police department, Detective Vic Ajax. Together, the two officers will encounter everything from drug stashes hidden inside dirty baby diapers to geriatric child molesters. They will journey into a world of madness, crushing isolation, and unsung heroism from which so few return.
The Nail Knot (Fly Fishing Mysteries) by John Galligan: Driven by tragedy to turn his back on human society, the Dog is on a quest to fish himself into oblivion. And he’s nearly made it. Playing the back highways of America in a wounded old RV, provisioned with a supply of peanut butter sandwiches, bad cigars, and vodka-Tang and armed with a loaded pistol (for when the money runs out) the Dog is nearly at the end of his tether when he rolls into little Black Earth, Wisconsin, intending to fish the yellow sally stonefly hatch and finds a body instead.