I have a few regrets about my cleaning extravaganza yesterday. Besides the bad back right now, there is something that is occurring that is VERY annoying. I cleaned out the shelves in the refrigerator door. I ran them under hot water and got all the crusty gunk off. Now, every time I open the doors the stuff on the shelves slides all over the place, knocking each other around. I almost broke a hot sauce when I opened the door too fast. It’s stupid just how annoyed I am with this. Every time someones goes into the fridge I watch in silence as the threat of hot sauce crashing to the floor looms over me. Erg. Maybe I should tell them. Maybe I should move the hot sauce. But I like the hot sauce where it is in the fridge. If I move it, it will look out of place. I have thought about throwing the hot sauce out to solve the problem, but hubby really likes the hot sauce. Oh hot sauce! How you torment me.

Lord Edward’s Archer: A fast-paced, action-packed historical fiction novel (Lord Edward’s Archer series Book 1)
by Griff Hosker
4.4 Stars (3,039 Reviews)
Genre: Action & Adventure | Historical Fiction

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13th Century, Wales and England. To young Gruffyd, life has been unkind. Eking out a meagre living with his father, he has learned very quickly how to look after himself in the hostile borderlands.

His father, an archer, has taught him well and at seventeen Gruffyd is a keen and able bowman. Young, loyal and skilled, it’s not long before Gruffyd finds himself following in his father’s footsteps, working as an archer in the bordering castle. But tragedy strikes when his lord commits a devastating deed, and Gruffyd is forced to make a life altering decision.

This is the story of a young archer’s riotous journey from avenging outlaw to merchant’s bodyguard to, finally, the captain of archers for the heir to the throne. Gruffyd must prove not only his own worth, but the importance of archery in some of England’s most decisive and ruthless battles.

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MURDER ON SEA (Rina Martin Murder Mystery Book 1)
4.3 Stars (4,778 Reviews)
Genre: Women’s Fiction | Mystery

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Meet Rina Martin, a retired actress with a taste for tea, gardening and crime solving.

She played a TV sleuth for years, but now she has to do it for real.

She retires to the sleepy town of Frantham-on-Sea. Here on the Dorset coast, she runs her own immaculate guest house and life is blissfully quiet.

A few doors down, harmless old Mrs Freer is bludgeoned to death, and Rina can’t help but be drawn into the mystery.

Mrs Freer’s home was ransacked, but this was no ordinary burglary.

Who knew the old lady kept a gun stashed under her pillow?
And who wanted it badly enough to kill?

Detective Sebastian McGregor is called in to solve this baffling case.

But with her neighbours’ safety at stake, Rina knows she needs to give him a helping hand.

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Gobbelino London & a Scourge of Pleasantries (Gobbelino London, PI Book 1)
by Kim M. Watt
4.3 Stars (661 Reviews)
Genre: Fantasy | Humor & Satire

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“What’ve we got?”

“Tigers. Snakes. Alligators. Tears in the skin of the universe.” Susan shrugged. “I think I saw a kraken in the sink, too.”

Find a missing book. That was the job the woman in the Doc Martens gave us.

Easy money, right?

Only now it seems she’s actually an ancient, powerful sorcerer, and the book is a Book of Power that doesn’t want to be found.

It wants to tear reality apart at the seams, and it’ll use anyone it can to do it.

So now we’ve got one spectacularly displeased sorcerer, a hungry, still-missing book, a dentist with bad hygiene, and a neighbourhood having some reality issues to deal with.

Plus about a day before the book turns our world – and us – inside out.

We’ve totally got this.

I hope.

This is the first book in the Gobbelino London, PI urban fantasy series, centred around the adventures of a mercenary feline PI and his human sidekick. It contains snarky cats and other gods, many bad jokes and terrible puns, plus a large serving of mythological and real creatures behaving badly. It will appeal to anyone who likes their fantasy funny, modern, and filled with friendship rather than romance – and also to those who suspect their cat may be living a great and secret life when they’re not looking.

A Scourge of Pleasantries contains some violence, particularly toward furniture, but none of it is graphic. It contains no sex and only mild language. It does, however, contain blasphemy.

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Secrets of Wildflower Island (Wildflower Mystery Series Book 1)
by Michelle Files, Cecily Brookes
3.8 Stars (473 Reviews)
Genre: Action & Adventure | Mystery

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When 4 teenage girls discover a body, badly beaten, a nice day at the beach goes horribly wrong.

As they embark on a quest to solve the murder, they find themselves as the main suspects. The girls quickly turn on each other as they are blackmailed by an unknown person and harassed by residents of the small island they live on. Who killed the boy? Will the girls be next? This mesmerizing mystery, suspense novel will have you guessing until the end.

Teens and Adults alike will enjoy this mystery series.

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Smoke Over Tokyo (Reiko Watanabe/Inspector Aizawa Book 2)
by Matthew Legare
4.4 Stars (227 Reviews)
Genre: Historical Fiction | Thrillers | Mystery

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Tokyo, May 1932

Japan is still plagued by economic depression, scandals, and assassinations. A prominent politician mysteriously commits suicide while dining with Chizuru Okamura, the daughter of a yakuza crime family.

Leading the investigation, Police Inspector Aizawa tasks his geisha spy, Reiko Watanabe, to go undercover into the world of the dreaded Okamura Gang. Reiko soon finds herself at the center of a power struggle between Chizuru and her brother, Lieutenant Katsuro Okamura, for control of the gang. Using bribery and deceit, Chizuru is poised to take over the government, while Katsuro seeks to launch a coup d’état and install a military dictatorship.

As they try and thwart both schemes, Reiko and Inspector Aizawa must untangle a web of conspiracies involving the Army Secret Service, opium dens, corruption, Charlie Chaplin, and assassination, while all Japan hangs in the balance.

Merging historical fact with fiction, Smoke Over Tokyo is the second installment of the Reiko Watanabe/Inspector Aizawa series. As they enter the dark underworld of 1932 Tokyo, filled with danger and intrigue, Reiko Watanabe and Inspector Aizawa soon find themselves fighting for their lives and the future of their city.

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The House Where She Died (The Ghost Story Collection)
by Amy Cross
4.1 Stars (264 Reviews)
Genre: Horror

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A haunted house story… told from the point of view of the house itself!

Woken from years of lonely slumber, an old house is delighted to finally have a family again. This joy is soon interrupted, however, as the house realizes that another presence is watching the family. A mysterious gray figure seems particularly interested in the young girl, Dot, who has moved in with her parents.

What does the figure want with Dot? What evil force lurks in the basement? And why does the house itself not remember its own history, including the tragedy that occurred when an unknown woman died within its walls?

The House Where She Died is a ghost story about a little girl who finds herself drawn to darkness, and about a house that must face the truth about its own horrific past. This is an expanded version of an old short story, by the same author, titled The House Speaks.

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