Dienstag: Pathologie, Teehaus – englische eBook-Tipps für Kindle kostenlos oder günstig

Ein rebellischer Stiefsohn. Lieder und Geschichten, um die Kultur wieder zu erwecken. Ein neuer Clan zum Überleben. Eine Frau soll gehenkt werden. Zwischen der koreanischen und japanischen Mafia. Forensische Pathologie. – Gute englische eBook-Bestseller kostenlos oder sehr, sehr preiswert. Diese eBooks sind oft nur kurze Zeit kostenlos! Bitte beachten Sie unsere FAQ zu den hier präsentierten kostenlosen eBooks.

Blood Stained Tea

Thriller von Amy Tasukada

Nao hides from his violent past in the Japanese mob by opening a teahouse in Japan’s cultural center, Kyoto. His past comes flooding back when he discovers a gravely injured man with a tattooed chest, a bloody knife, and a Korean business card. Saehyun would’ve died if not for Nao’s help.

Amy Tasukada ist eine amerikanische Autorin, ihre Bücher haben, ebenso wie sie, einen japanischen Hintergrund. „There is violence, plenty and frequent. There is gripping suspense that clutches your throat and makes you hold your breath until the last page. And driving it, we have some beautiful writing that painted pictures that will stay in my mind for a long time.“ (Leser) (13 Rezensionen / 4,3 Sterne), 319 Seiten – noch gratis?

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White Hot

Romantischer Thriller von Sandra Brown

Ten years ago Sayre Lynch escaped from her small Louisiana hometown. Now she must return to Destiny to bury her brother, and confront her manipulative father and the painful memories she attempted to flee. As investigators raise questions about the nature of Danny’s death, Sayre examines the turbulent relationships within her own family.

Sandra Brown, geb. 1948 ist eine weltweit extrem erfolgreiche Autorin von Romantik und Thrillern. „Sandra Brown starts off with a bang and never lets up, in this tale of the corruption caused by power and evil in a small Lousianna town.“ (Leserin) (360 Rezensionen / 4,4 Sterne), 452 Seiten noch günstig?

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Hello, Darkness

Romantischer Thriller von Sandra Brown

When a caller to a late night radio talk show announces his intention to murder a woman he’s kidnapped within seventy-two hours, mayhem ensues. Paris Gibson, the mysterious host of the show in question, finds herself in the spotlight for the first time in years. Who has been abducted?

Wie auch das vorherige Buch ein Stand-alone, kein Teil einer Serie. „I didn’t figure out who the culprit was until nearly the end. There are so many twists and turns that once you think you have got it figured out, something happens and you question yourself.“ (Leserin) (617 Rezensionen / 4,4 Sterne), 582 Seiten noch günstig?

Noose for a Lady

Krimi von Gerald Verner

When Margaret Hallam is sentenced to death for the murder of her husband, John Hallam, police believe that this is an open-and-shut case. But whilst awaiting execution, Margaret continues to maintain her innocence, and right by her side is John’s daughter, Jill. When Simon Gale, an old friend of Margaret’s, learns about the case, he is convinced that Margaret did not commit the crime, and he is determined to clear her name.

Gerald Verner, eigentlich John Robert Stuart Pringle, 1897 – 1980 war ein weltweit erfolgreicher britischer Krimiautor. 344 Seiten – noch gratis?

Life Dystopische SciFi von Rebecca Belliston
Die Ökonomie ist zusammengebrochen, das Land ist ins Schwimmen geraten und Carrie Ashworth kämpft darum, ihre Geschwister am Leben zu erhalten. Sie hat zwei Jobs in einem neuen gesetzlosen Clan: Getreide anzubauen, um 36 Menschen zu ernähren und den Kontakt zu Oliver Simmons, ihrem Streifenpolizist aufrecht zu erhalten. „The ending of the story was so perfect, so satisfying. Even though this is the first book of a trilogy and I can’t wait to read the sequels, I didn’t feel unsettled at the end like I do in so many trilogy first books.“ (Leserin) (92 Rezensionen / 4,3 Sterne), 379 Seiten – noch gratis?

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Passenger

Zeitreise-Liebesroman von Alexandra Bracken

New York City, present day. In one night, Etta Spencer is wrenched from everything she knows and loves. Thrown into an unfamiliar world, she can be certain of only one thing: she has travelled not just miles, but years from home. The Atlantic, 1776. Captain Nicholas Carter is tasked with delivering Etta to the dangerous Ironwood family. They are searching for something – a stolen object they believe only she can reclaim.

Alexandra Bracken hat es erfolgreich von der Verlagsangestellten zur hauptberuflichen Autorin gebracht. “Passenger is a thrilling adventure that spans countries and centuries. Each time period Etta visits is brought to life with vivid and well-researched descriptions ranging from the nuances of eighteenth century clothing to an eerily well-realized depiction of London during the Blitz.” (Leserin) (233 Rezensionen / 4,0 Sterne), 497 Seiten noch günstig?

Where Light Meets Shadow Fantasy von Shawna Reppert
Der Elf von Scathia reist durch die Länder der Sterblichen und sucht nach neuen Liedern und Geschichten um die sterbende Kultur seines Volkes zu erneuern. Seine größte, unwahrscheinlichste Hoffnung ist es, die Macht der Barden aus den Legenden wieder zu entdecken, um die Königin aufzuwecken …. „Reppert’s writing shines here, weaving a rich tapestry of elven culture around the tension generated by the chemistry between Kieran and Alban.“ (Leser) (8 Rezensionen / 4,6 Sterne), 227 Seiten – noch gratis?

The Swan

Historischer Roman von Marguerite Steen

Early 19th Century. Hariot’s life is changed forever when she makes the fateful decision to take Julia in as her companion… Tension soon arises with the unexpected arrival of Hariot’s troublesome stepson, sixteen-year-old Pelham, who comes to stay following a short stint in jail. While Pelham increasingly comes to resist the authority of his stepmother, matters are not helped by the stifling presence of Hariot’s brother, Sir Miles Cary, whose harsh discipline of the young man is also met with resistance.

Marguerite Steen, 1894 – 1975 war eine britische Autorin von Belletristik, historischen Romanen und Bühnenstücken. „The characters are very well portrayed & certainly not two dimensional. I found it quite a disturbing read & certainly not a frivolous Regency novel. It is quite a dark book but gives an insight to how a teenage boy was dealt with following his foolish prank.“ (Leser) (1 Rezension / 3,0 Sterne), 185 Seiten – noch gratis?

Murder, Suicide or Accident Sachbuch von Bernard Knight
Bernard Henry Knight ist ein renommierter Professor der Pathologie in England und Autor von Krimis. Warnung: dieses Buch über forensische Pathologie ist 1971 erschienen, entspricht also nicht dem heutigen wissenschaftlichen, technischen und juristischen Standard. Wer darüber hinwegsehen kann, findet interessante Lektüre. „Some things never change (too much) so I wouldn’t cast it off as ‚outdated.‘ A lot of people will be surprised to learn that the realities of the science compared to the fiction was often far apart just as it is today (warning – don’t believe everything you hear and see in the movies and on TV / Telly today; juries too often believe what they see in the media and expect to see the fiction in evidence).“ (Leser) (3 Rezensionen / 4,7 Sterne), 224 Seiten – noch gratis?

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