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Ripper Theorem (affiliate link)
Two Indian Girls (The Kanke Killings Trilogy Book 1) (affiliate link)
Does Amrita leave Khushbu unfortified post her marriage? Unarmed, powerless, and pregnable? Does Khushbu take care of the devils in the form of her benefactors? Can Amrita redeem her?
Inspector Rajiv has a task cut out for himself. He is at his wit’s end. Can Amrita get Rajiv to unravel the mysteries?
Does Amrita get to become the Marketing Head of her organization? Can Cockpit stop Amrita in her tracks? Does Khushbu get to live her vow, ‘Till Death Do Us Part?’
Pick up this fast-paced book of relationships, marriage, and socio-political and economic change. Above all, dive into the depths of mystery and peel off the layers to see the villains of the piece.
Below Zero (Ingrid Skyberg Book 5) (affiliate link)
Stockholm is under siege. A bomb has exploded, several public figures have been kidnapped and the city is on lockdown.
Unfortunately for Special Agent Ingrid Skyberg, everything is kicking off the day she arrives to complete a dangerous undercover assignment. Her mission is so secret, and so illegal, neither the FBI nor the US government know about it. Her instructions are simple: no ID, no credit cards, no trace. If Ingrid ends up in jail, or floating face down in the harbor, there can be no way of identifying her.
Set in the snowy landscapes of a Swedish winter, Below Zero finds the FBI’s most dogged agent on the wrong side of the law and on the run. Using all her knowledge and training to evade capture, Ingrid is forced to break the rules again and again just to stay alive.
The Nine (The Judas Files Book 1) (affiliate link)
Gabe has carved a successful niche into his arctic afterlife, but when Judas Iscariot makes him an offer he doesn’t dare refuse, Gabe must leave behind his black-market Twinkies and bootleg Dr. Peppers to become a double agent for the most dangerous organization the world has never heard of.
Easier said than done, especially when his skill set is limited to irritating quips and an eye for button-fly jeans. To make matters worse, his new partner, Alex, is a beautiful, hard-as-nails agent who wants nothing to do with him.
Gabe must figure out how to work with Alex, stop a deadly pathogen from being released Topside, and do it without botching the mission or revealing his true identity. If this unlikely hero can’t figure it out before disaster strikes, facing the wrath of Hell will be the least of his worries…
The Land Girls (affiliate link)
War has engulfed Europe and now the Pacific, and Australia is fighting for its future. For spinster Flora Atkins, however, nothing much has changed. Tending her dull office job and beloved brother and father, as well as knitting socks for the troops, leaves her relatively content. Then one day a stranger gives her brother a white feather and Flora’s anger propels her out of her safe life and into the vineyards of the idyllic Mildura countryside, a member of the Australian Women’s Land Army.
There she meets Betty, a 17-year-old former shopgirl keen to do her bit for the war effort and support her beloved, and the unlikely Lilian, a well-to-do Adelaide girl fleeing her overbearing family and theworld’s expectations for her. As the Land Girls embrace their new world of close-knit community and backbreaking work, they begin to find pride in their roles. More than that, they start to find a kind of liberation. For Flora, new friendships and the singular joy derived from working the land offer new meaning to her life, and even the possibility of love.
The Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to Repairing Our Humanity (affiliate link)
Burger Chef Murders in Indiana, The (True Crime) (affiliate link)
Author and journalist Cody McDevitt tells the story of one of the worst civil rights injustices in Western Pennsylvania history.
In 1923, in response to the fatal shooting of four policemen, the mayor of Johnstown ordered every African American and Mexican immigrant who had lived in the city for less than seven years to leave. They were given less than a day to move or would face crippling fines or jail time and were forced out at gunpoint. An estimated two thousand people uprooted their lives in response to the racist edict. Area Ku Klux Klan members celebrated the creation of a “sundown town” and increased their own intimidation practices. Figures such as Marcus Garvey spoke out in Pittsburgh against it as newspapers throughout the country published condemnations.