Twenty Mystery Titles for $2.99 or Less

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Using the advanced search form at Amazon.com for digital books only, I found several titles by NYT bestselling mystery writers selling for $2.99 or less mainly by two publishers: HarperCollins and Minotaur Books. I’ve noted what titles are the start of a series and what titles are stand alone novels.

Disclaimer: prices and availability may vary depending on where you live and I have no idea how long these deals are in place. These are all unaffiliated links. Jane of Dear Author did a list like this for romance titles so I thought it’d be fun to do one for mystery and suspense. It’s not as voluminous but still this is more than I had anticipated and I had fun doing it. Update: Some of these titles & prices may be available for Sony, Kobo or B&N Nook readers.

A Bad Day For Sorry – Sophie Littlefield

Wishbones (Sarah Booth Delany series) – Carolyn Haines

Sworn to Silence – Linda Castillo (first book in the series)

Larceny and Old Lace (Den of Antiquity) – Tamara Myers

Blue Heaven – C.J. Box (standalone novel)

The King of Lies – John Hart

Murder With Peacocks – Donna Andrews (first in series)

Blindsighted – by Karin Slaughter (first in the Grant County series)

Everywhere That Mary Went – Lisa Scottoline (first book in the series)

Devil’s Corner – Lisa Scottoline

Final Appeal – Lisa Scottoline (2nd book in series)

Merry, Merry Ghost (Bailey Ruth Series) – Carolyn Hart

Eight Million Ways to Die – Lawrence Block

Black Water Rising: A Novel – Attica Locke

L.A. Times: A Novel – Stuart Woods (my mother’s favorite writer ever)

Skeleton Canyon – J.A. Nance (Joanna Brady)

It Only Takes a Moment – Mary Jane Clark

Maximum Bob – Elmore Leonard

A Cold Day for Murder (Kate Shugak, book 1) – Dana Stabenow

Fire and Ice (Liam Campbell, book 1) – Dana Stabenow

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1 Comment

  1. I haven’t read many of those books but BLUE HEAVEN by CJ Box was one of my best reads of the year a couple of years ago – well worth $3. As for the rest, probably just as well I can’t read kindle books (other than on my ‘puter which is not something I would ever do).

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