Free mystery and thriller Kindle books for 11 Aug 17

The Only Witness (The Neema Mystery Series Book 1)

by Pamela Beason

A missing baby. A teenage mother suspected of murder. A jaded detective whose reputation is on the line. A signing gorilla destined for the auction block. A scientist who is about to lose everything. Will the revelation that a gorilla is the only witness to the crime save or doom everyone involved?

The character of Neema in this series is based largely on everything the author has read about Koko, the signing gorilla, and studies of chimpanzees who have learned sign language.



A Scone To Die For (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries ~ Book 1)

by H.Y. Hanna

“Scones, a tea shop in England, a kitty & a murder – yes, please!”
When an American tourist is murdered with a scone in her quaint English tearoom, Gemma must solve the mystery with the help of the nosy Old Biddies and a mischievous little feline named Muesli. But between her bossy, matchmaking mother and the return of her old college love as a handsome CID detective, Gemma soon has her hands full and her head spinning!

Murder is bad for business, especially when customers think your scones are more deadly than delicious. With the body count rising and her tearoom going bust, can Gemma find the killer before things turn to custard?
(*Traditional English scone recipe included)

This book follows British English spelling and usage.
Clean read: no graphic violence, sex, or strong language.
Genre: humorous culinary cozy mysteries, cat cozy mystery series / women amateur sleuth / British detective mystery

OXFORD TEAROOM MYSTERIES
A Scone To Die For (Book 1)
Tea with Milk and Murder (Book 2)
Two Down, Bun To Go (Book 3)
Till Death Do Us Tart (Book 4)
Muffins and Mourning Tea (Book 5)
Four Puddings and a Funeral (Book 6)



Scarlet Oaks and the Serial Caller (Scarlets Oaks Book 1)

by Michaela James

Scarlet’s life, as lives go, was a good one.
Great job, cute micro pig and a view of
one tenth of the Golden Gate Bridge from
her living room window.

Her boyfriend’s sudden departure, coupled with an
undesired job change, and the good appeared to be fading.

Good was barely visible after one dark and stormy night.
In truth, there was no storm, but it was dark.

Misquoting a sports analogy, Scarlet unwittingly
inspires the first serial killer San Francisco
has seen in some forty years.

Scarlet soon discovers hosting a late-night men’s
call in show could prove deadly.

With best friends, Niles and Tom, and their
often hilarious help, Scarlet sets out to find
the elusive Serial Caller…before he finds her.



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