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Kindle Wednesday Deals from Jill – Jill’s Book Cafe

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The books listed below are the ones that would tempt me, not a wide selection everything books on offer. Clicking on Kindle will take you to Amazon’s current daily deals.

Price shown is at time of publication, always check before purchasing as some prices may change quickly.

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Going Greek by Sue Roberts

Sun, sea and sizzling romance… the perfect vacation, right? Incorrect.

After a work party goes disastrously wrong, Samantha suddenly found herself unemployed and abandoned. So when her sister invites Sam to stay at her little whitewashed farmhouse on a Greek island, Sam takes the opportunity to escape. Soon she is rolling on the cobblestone path, almost colliding with her sexy neighbor Spiros.

It is not so everything though sunshine and smiles. For every afternoon spent poolside with a cocktail in hand, there’s a morning spent adjusting to life with boisterous six-year-old nieces. When Spiros invites Sam to explore the island with him, she’s tempted, but with his carefree attitude about the moment, he couldn’t be more different from Sam with her five-year plans and updos. But one drink as friends won’t hurt? Over glasses of fruity Greek wine and honeyed baklava, can he – and other charming locals – help city girl Sam appreciate the simple pleasures that Greek life has to offer?

Just when Sam considers ditching her designer gear for good, she runs away from home to an old flame and suddenly her life in London is back on track. Can her sweet ex convince Sam to return to the concrete jungle, or will the lessons she learned from escaping Greece convince her to stay?


“Flame” by Sophie Haydock

Vienna at the beginning of the 20th century. A luxurious, extravagant city full of art, music and radical ideas. A place where the social elite attend glamorous balls in the city’s palaces, while young intellectuals denounce the empire at the tables of crowded cafes. It’s a city where anything seems possible – if you’re a man.

Edith and Adele are sisters, daughters of a wealthy bourgeois industrialist. They are expected to follow the rules, marry well and have children. Gertrude is held captive by her flamboyant older brother. Marked by a traumatic childhood, she is jealous of the freedom he commands so willingly. Vali was born into poverty, but makes her way in the world as a model for the eminent artist Gustav Klimt.

None of these women are what they seem. Fierce, passionate and determined, they want to defy convention and forge their own path. But their lives collide with the controversial young artist Egan Schiele, whose work and personal life shock the Viennese elite. All it would take is one act of betrayal to change everything for them all. Because just as a flame has the power to enchant, it can also destroy everything in its path…


Triflers Need Not Apply by Camille Bruce

1900, Chicago.

Bella Sorenson knows that the world is made for men.

They control everything: work, property, money. Marriage makes women like her its slaves.

But now Bella is fighting back.

Because she is angry. She is bloodthirsty. She is willing to kill to get what she wants – starting with her husband.

And then her next husband. And the next one. . .


Frequency us Keith Stewart

In World War II Bath, young, naïve wireless engineer Will meets Austrian refugee Elsa Klein: sophisticated, witty and worldly, and finally his life seems to make sense. . . until soon after, the newlyweds’ home is bombed and Will wakes up from the rubble to find himself alone.

No one has heard of Elsa Klein. They say he was never married.

Seventy years later, social worker Laura struggles with depression and is off her medication. Her new case is a strange, isolated old man whose house hasn’t changed since the war. A man who insists his wife disappeared many, many years ago. Everyone thinks he has dementia. But Laura begins to suspect otherwise. . .


The Ash Lake Murders by Helen H. Durrant

A female serial killer with a deadly intent. A detective who must stop her. Luxury holiday homes in the stunning Peak District. The game begins. . .

An attractive older woman lures Callum to an isolated boathouse. When she gets him alone, she knocks him out in one hit. When he wakes up, her voice comes out of the darkness: “You’re here to catch mackerel.”

Surrounded by rolling hills and lakes, Still Waters is home to a close-knit community of affluent retirees. This is an unlikely setting for violence. The police do not take Callum’s disappearance seriously: after all, he is 24 years old. But Callum’s mother, a resident of Stillwaters, knows something is wrong.

Then they find a body floating in the lake. I hit my head. But it’s not Calum.

And someone shouts: Come out to play one last time, Alice. Still water runs deep. #MadHatter.

That’s when DCI calls in Alice Rossi. She came back.

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