LICENSE TO LIE & CON GAME MYSTERIES WITH CHARACTER
by Terry Ambrose
LICENSE TO LIE
With $5 million and their lives on the line, can a determined criminologist and a beautiful con artist learn to trust each other? Or themselves?
“On all levels LICENSE TO LIE justifiably earned this five star rating!”- San Francisco Book Review (1776 Productions)
“Terry Ambrose is breaking new ground and proving that there are new directions for mysteries to take . This one is highly recommended.”- Midwest Book Review
For more information, visit TerryAmbrose.com/License-To-Lie
A million-dollar con gone wrong. A failed attempt at murder. A young girl living on the streets. In this con game, only the strongest survive.
“A gripping, fast-paced read with characters you will want to see again and again!”- Deborah Crombie, New York Times Bestselling author of THE SOUND OF BROKEN GLASS”
CON GAME is the sequel to LICENSE TO LIE
For more information, visit TerryAmbrose.com/Con-game
THE ELEPHANTS VISIT LONDON
by Beverly Eschberger
Illustrated by Jim Gower
9781932926309 (Paperback) – $3.99 96 pgs
A London Adventure!
Visit London with the Elephant Family. Fun is in store as twins Harold and Penelope travel from Africa with their parents. Join the adventure as the family tiptoes through historic buildings, rides the Underground, and enjoy traditional English food. But when Harold and Penelope disappear from the Natural History Museum, the detectives from Scotland Yard are called in to solve the case!
Order from: Ingram, Baker & Taylor,
Follett Library Resources, or directly from the publisher.
Kinkajour Press, an imprint of
9 Mockingbird Hill Rd
Tijeras, New Mexico 87059
by Shannon Baker
High-tech treachery, Hopi mysticism, and murder in Colorado’s stunning Rocky Mountains.
“For those of us who hunger for the kind of novel Tony Hillerman used to write so well, this promising new series may just fill the bill.”- William Kent Krueger, author of the New York Times bestselling Cork O’Connor Mystery Series
Available from Midnight Ink
NO SURRENDER SOLDIER
by Christine Kohler
A young man. An old soldier. A terrible injustice. And a fight to the death. But should the punishment be death?
January 18, 2014