Tuesday, April 01, 2014

A New Faith Flores, Science Mystery: Death Spiral by Janie Chodosh

Death Spiral by Janie Chodosh, a First Clues Mystery for Kids

We are pleased to present you with one of this month's new First Clues: Mysteries for Kids books: Death Spiral by Janie Chodosh, a Faith Flores, Science Mystery.

For more information about the book, which is recommended for readers aged 13 and older, see a synopsis, below.

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Death Spiral by Janie Chodosh

Death Spiral by Janie Chodosh
Series: Faith Flores, Science
Publisher: The Poisoned Pencil
Format(s): Paperback

When loner Faith Flores finds her mother dead of an apparent overdose, she refuses to believe that's the case. Sure, her mom made some bad decisions, but leaving her daughter would never be one of them. Unfortunately, the cops are all too eager to close the case and move on, sending a distraught and unsatisfied Faith to live with her Aunt T in the suburbs of Philadelphia. But a note from Melinda, her mom's junkie friend, prompts Faith to begin digging, igniting her passion in science and her need for answers.

Faith soon discovers Melinda and her mother had participated in an experimental clinical trial to treat heroin addiction. Then Melinda also turns up dead from an apparent overdose. Now Faith is pulling out all the stops in her search for truth, cutting school, lying to her aunt, her best friend, even the police. The only person she can't lie to is new boy Jesse, whose brutal honesty is a welcome respite from the mountain of misinformation uncovered by her investigation. Faith's investigation takes her through the myriad back alleys and laboratories of Philly, all the way to one of the most powerful scientists in town.

But when the medical examiner's body is found in the Schuylkill River, Faith realizes if she doesn't find who's behind the sinister science and its cover-up, she could be next.

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Open Road Mysteries for $1.99: Deadline, A Novel of Suspense by John Dunning

Open Road Integrated Media

Open Road has discounted 25 titles to just $1.99 as part of their Mystery Deals promotion to celebrate the Edgar Awards.

Titles include winners, nominees, books by Grand Masters and those receiving special Edgars, and we are pleased to feature one of them, below.

(Price verified on April 01, 2014 as of 3:00 PM ET.)

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Deadline by John Dunning

Deadline by John Dunning
A Novel of Suspense
Publisher: Open Road

During his first day at a new job, a veteran journalist is drawn into a strange closed society …

After years of churning out copy as a newspaper reporter, Dalton Walker still can't resist a fire. When a circus tent goes up in smoke, seventeen are killed, and one body in particular draws his attention: a little girl, charred beyond recognition. The adult that brought her there must have survived, but no one comes forward to claim the body. Why? It is a strange case, and the more Walker digs, the stranger it becomes.

At the same time, his new editor hands him a fluff piece — a profile of something New York City has never seen before: an Amish Rockette. As Walker investigates how a girl who was taught that dancing is a sin could have found her way to Radio City Music Hall, he begins to suspect that her apparent fear of reporters is more than just shyness. Danger surrounds the dancer, who is learning that life on the kickline can be just as perilous as a circus-tent fire.

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Aloha Betrayed by Jessica Fletcher and Donald Bain, New in Bookstores in April 2014

New Mysteries (

Today's new hardcover mystery title, scheduled to be published during April 2014 by NAL Hardcover, is Aloha Betrayed by Jessica Fletcher and Donald Bain.

For a list of more new hardcover mysteries published this month, visit our New Mysteries page for April 2014. For new paperback mysteries, visit The Mystery Bookshelf where a selection of April 2014 mysteries, novels of suspense, and thrillers are shelved.

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Aloha Betrayed by Jessica Fletcher and Donald Bain

Aloha Betrayed
Jessica Fletcher and Donald Bain
Series: Murder, She Wrote (41st)

Jessica is on the Hawaiian island of Maui, giving a lecture at Maui College on community involvement in police investigations — a subject she knows well. Her co-lecturer is legendary retired detective Mike Kane, a behemoth of a man who shares his love of Hawaiian lore, legends and culture with Jessica.

Sadly, all the talking stops when the body of a colleague is found at the rocky foot of a cliff.

Mala Kapule was a botanist and popular professor at the school, known for her activism and efforts on behalf of the volcanic crater Haleakala. The high altitude crater is already the site of an observatory, but plans to place the world's largest solar telescope there split the locals, with Mala fiercely arguing to preserve the delicate ecology of the area. Was someone trying to muffle the protestors? Or was Mala's killer making a more personal statement?

Now, it's up to Jessica, along with Mike, to uncover who was driven to silence the scientist … and betray the true meaning of Aloha.

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A Kindle Mystery for $1.99: Midnight Haul, A Novel of Suspense by Max Allan Collins

Kindle Mysteries

Amazon is offering 80 Kindle Books for $1.99 has part of a promotion that extends until April 16th, 2014.

Most of these 80 books are mystery, thriller or suspense titles, and we are pleased to feature one of them, below.

(Price verified on April 01, 2014 as of 2:00 PM ET.)

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Midnight Haul by Max Allan Collins

Midnight Haul by Max Allan Collins
A Novel of Suspense
Publisher: Thomas & Mercer

When Crane, a graduate journalism student, hears that his fiancée has committed suicide, he's immediately suspicious and launches into an investigation of her death. The tiny New Jersey town she lived in has seen a rash of suicides lately, with the unlikely coincidence that everyone who has died worked for Kemco, the chemical factory company that fuels the town's economy.

As Crane digs deeper, he encounters Boone, a local woman writing a book about the environmental destruction that has come at the hands of the local chemical giant. The two team up to unravel the conspiracies surrounding the factory — which soon makes them the next targets for those aiming to keep Kemco's shady dealings under wraps.

The pair races to expose the illegal operations poisoning the town and bring Kemco to justice — before either of them becomes the latest in the growing list of "suicides".

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Dead Ball, A Lainie Lovett, Still Kicking Mystery by Judith Arnold, at a Special Price during April 2014

Dead Ball by Judith Arnold

Every month Amazon releases a new selection of Kindle books priced $3.99 or less.

Today's featured title from the Mystery & Thrillers category is Dead Ball by Judith Arnold. This Kindle book was listed at $1.99 as of the date and time of this post, Tuesday, April 01, 2014 at 1:30 PM ET, and should be available at this price through the end of the month.

More information about the book is below; if other vendors have priced-matched this title, links to their sites are also shown.

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Dead Ball by Judith Arnold

Dead Ball by Judith Arnold
A Lainie Lovett, Still Kicking Mystery (1st in series)
Publisher: Bell Bridge Books

She's got to solve this murder. The soccer team's schedule depends on it.

So, who pulled the trigger of the nail gun that killed construction tycoon Arthur Cavanagh? His widow, who'd sworn to kill him if he ever cheated on her? His hostile teenage son, who felt neglected by his father? His foreman, who'd regularly fought with his boss? The angry environmentalists, protesting his latest development? Or the blond mystery woman who'd been seen with him the night of his death?

Lainie Lovett needs to find the culprit before the bumbling local police charge her with the murder. They're determined to pin it on her after she was caught snooping around the crime scene. All she wanted was information on behalf of the victim's wife, her friend Patty. After all, getting Patty off the suspect list was a friend's duty — not to mention that if Patty were charged, the Colonielles might lose her for an entire season.

Lainie has three passions in life: her nearly-adult children, her job as a fourth grade teacher in the very rich and very historic Massachusetts town of Rockford, and the Colonielles, her team in the Under-Fifty Women's Soccer League.

Before she can call, "Penalty!" Lainie is up to her shin guards in trouble. Charged as an accessory to murder, Lainie is suspended from her job. She needs to clear her name, reclaim her classroom, and figure out whether she's ready to start dating again, especially when the object of her affection — sexy foreman, Bill Slavik — may have set her up to take the fall for Cavanagh's murder.

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Death at La Fenice, A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery by Donna Leon, Now at a Special Price

Death at La Fenice by Donna Leon

MystereBooks is pleased to feature Death at La Fenice by Donna Leon, now available at a special price, courtesy of the publisher, Grove Press.

The ebook format of this title was priced at $3.99 from the listed vendors (below) as of the date and time of this post (04/01/2014 at 1:00 PM ET). Prices are subject to change without notice. The price displayed on the vendor website at the time of purchase will be the price paid for the book. Please confirm the price of the book before completing your transaction.

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Death at La Fenice by Donna Leon

Death at La Fenice by Donna Leon
A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery (1st in series)
Publisher: Grove Press

The twisted maze of Venice's canals has always been shrouded in mystery. Even the celebrated opera house, La Fenice, has seen its share of death. But nothing so horrific and violent as that of world-famous conductor, Maestro Helmut Wellauer — poisoned during a performance of La Traviata. Even Commissario of Police, Guido Brunetti, used to the labyrinthine corruptions of the city, is shocked at the number of enemies Wellauer has made on his way to the top — but just how many have motive enough for murder?

The beauty of Venice is crumbling — and evil can seep through its decaying stones …

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New from Witness Impulse: Half Light by Frances Fyfield

Witness Impulse, Original Suspense the Thriller eBooks

Every week, Witness Impulse — an imprint of William Morrow — releases new suspense and thriller digital originals, typically priced at just $2.99 each.

MystereBooks is pleased to present you with one of this week's titles …

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Half Light by Frances Fyfield

Half Light by Frances Fyfield
A Novel of Suspense
Publisher: Witness Impulse
Publication Date: April 01, 2014
Price: $2.99 (as of 04/01/14 12:30 PM ET)

Elisabeth is a picture restorer. This gives her the solitude and independence she needs — living and working alone in her flat. Despite her skills and reliability, Elisabeth undercharges for her work — valuing the worth of the paintings rather more than she values herself. Her ambitions are modest: beauty to look upon, unintrusive friendships, and complete privacy.

But when a mysterious and obviously wealthy man commissions her to restore his fabulous collection, an uncharacteristic combination of curiosity and financial need prompts her to accept his offer. Elisabeth soon realizes her error, as the past and the present combine to make privacy her nemesis. As she becomes a hostage to her patron, her lover and her friend realize they know nothing about her, or where she might be.

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DC Comics Announces Bodies, a New Murder Mystery by Si Spencer, Available July 2014

Bodies (Vertigo Comics)

DC Comics has announced Bodies, a new murder mystery written by Si Spencer that will feature four dead bodies from four time periods — and illustrated by four artists. Set in London, the eight-issue series follows a centuries-spanning murder mystery — set in 1890, 1940, 2014, and 2050.

"The initial pitch was, 'four time periods, four detectives, four murders — same M.O., same location, same victim … someone's being murdered — forever' and that pretty much covers it," Spencer tells Newsarama. "Four detectives are each investigating a brutal and inexplicable murder, each believing it has something to do with a larger case they're already engaged in. They're all wrong — it's far bigger than that."

When asked to share more information about the detectives and their cases, Spencer said, "The key thing about all of them is that they're all outsiders for various different reasons, relevant to their time periods and the overall theme of the book. With one exception, they've all experienced prejudice, but none of them are quite self-aware enough to realize how that experience has prejudiced their own opinions to the detriment of the enquiry they're working on … Edmond Hillinghead is a buttoned down Conan Doyle fan trying to bring science to a police force that essentially exists to protect the rich; Charles Whiteman is a Polish émigré, career-criminal who fled the Nazis and signed up with the London police; Shahara Hassan is a fast-tracked female Muslim detective in the London Mets; and Maplewood is an amnesiac cop trying to police the few survivors of an apocalypse while struggling to remember who she is at any given moment. Beyond that I can't be much more specific, other than to say there's sex, murder, magic, betrayal, terrorism, torture, madness and comedy. All the stuff of your average quiet night in."

Bodies will be released by the publisher's Vertigo imprint with the first issue available July 2014.

A Conversation with Thriller Writer Christopher J. Yates

Omnimystery News: Author Interview with Christopher J. Yates
with Christopher J. Yates

We are delighted to welcome thriller writer Christopher J. Yates to Omnimystery News today.

Christopher's debut novel is Black Chalk (Random House; April 2014 trade paperback and ebook formats), which asks several intriguing questions: How well do you know your best friends? How far would you go to protect them? How far would you go to break them?

We recently had the opportunity to catch up with the author to talk about his new book.

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Omnimystery News: How much of your own personal experience have you included in Black Chalk?

Christopher J. Yates
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Christopher J. Yates

Christopher J. Yates: Well, I went to Oxford University and I live in the East Village, New York. Meanwhile, my book is set half in Oxford and half in the East Village. So it would be very hard of me to play the "this book is not autobiographical" game. (And I find it frequently tedious when authors do this in any case. It is a natural human curiosity to look for the links between a life and a work.)

So the plot of Black Chalk is based on a game the students in my novel decide to play. And this is a game that's almost exactly the same as I game I came up with when I was at university — a game of psychological dares and consequences. However, this was a game that my friends and I only talked about playing, we never actually went through with it. The story of Black Chalk is therefore, to a large degree, me imagining what would have happened had we played. And my book results in a tragedy, so perhaps it's a very good idea that we never decided to play.

OMN: Give us a summary of the book in a tweet.

CJY: I can't do any better than my incredible editor, who wrote the following tagline for the front cover: "One game. Six students. Five survivors." It's a perfect and intriguing summary.

OMN: How did the book come to be titled?

CJY: The title Black Chalk just popped into my head while I was sitting in the local dog park, watching my Cocker Spaniel, Mabel, wrestling with a Boston terrier. And the second it jumped into my mind, I knew it was perfect. The book has a certain degree of darkness to it (the death of one of your main characters can do that to a novel). Half the book is set in a university, so the reference to chalkboards worked. And the idea of writing in black chalk on a black surface worked for me as a metaphor for human emotion — the way we might feel something but not be able to find the words to express why. Immediately I searched online to see if any other book called Black Chalk was out there and there wasn't. So that was it, the title was set. And then, almost a year later, after my book's publishing date had been set, I found out that another writer was planning to release a novel named Black Chalk. And it too was a psychological thriller set in Oxford.

OMN: That sounds like a crazy coincidence.

CJY: It is an extraordinary coincidence. At first my mind rushed to thinking about whether it was deliberate, some sort of conspiracy explanation. But I've been in touch with the other Black Chalk author (we're actually now on very friendly terms) and it is just a crazy coincidence. Even more spooky, we both went to Oxford University (although at different times) and in the course of our emails, we worked out that we have even played cricket against each other. What if someone on the cricket field said something that lodged in both our minds — and we both ended up writing novels called Black Chalk because of it? Or is it just a really spooky coincidence? We'll probably never know.

OMN: What kinds of films do you enjoy watching?

CJY: My favorite movie is There Will Be Blood. And if you think about it, the title is a great standalone instruction to a thriller writer — promise the audience something gory; deliver upon that promise. What happens between the promise and its deliverance in There Will Be Blood happens to be pretty spectacular as well.

OMN: Create a Top 5 list for us on any topic.

CJY: My second book is going to have a lot of food in it — and I'm something of an adventurous eater, so here are my top 5 scary foods you should give a try (all of which I've eaten).

5. Grasshopper — crunchy like nuts; perfect with a cold beer.
4. Raw horse — if you like sushi or steak tartare, what's wrong with an equine version; sublime.
3. Pig skin — one of my biggest gripes with America is that it's so hard to buy good pork with the skin on; life doesn't get much better than crispy pig skin.
2. Blood sausage — if you like bloody thrillers, why not try a bloody breakfast? Blood sausage and eggs is the perfect match for a Saturday hangover.
1. Tripe — this is perhaps my favorite food in the world; try it Roman-style in tomato sauce; if you happen to live in New York, Emilio's Ballato make tripe to die for.

OMN: What's next for you?

CJY: The book I'm now writing is entirely American — setting, characters, spelling, idioms etc. This is challenging because when I write I need to hear voices (this admission might result in me being locked up). I hear the characters voices and the narrator's voice. Every voice in Black Chalk (but one) was English, which, because I'm English, I found relatively easy. Now I have to hear only American voices. But I think I'm getting there, I'm halfway through. And tying up nicely with this — before I finish my second book, I will have become an American citizen (if you'll be kind enough to have me).

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Christopher J. Yates was born and raised in Kent and studied law at Oxford University before working as a puzzle editor in London. He now lives in New York City with his wife and dog.

To learn more about the author and his work, please visit his website at ChristopherJYates.com or find him on Facebook and Twitter.

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Black Chalk by Christopher J. Yates

Black Chalk
Christopher J. Yates
A Psychological Thriller

One game. Six students. Five survivors.

One game. Six students. Five survivors. It was only ever meant to be a game played by six best friends in their first year at Oxford University; a game of consequences, silly forfeits, and childish dares. But then the game changed: the stakes grew higher and the dares more personal and more humiliating, finally evolving into a vicious struggle with unpredictable and tragic results.

Now, 14 years later, the remaining players must meet again for the final round. Who knows better than your best friends what would break you?

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A Midwinter Murder by Peter Tonkin is Today's Third Featured Free MystereBook

A Midwinter Murder by Peter Tonkin

MystereBooks is pleased to feature A Midwinter Murder by Peter Tonkin as today's third free mystery ebook (An Elizabethan Murder Mystery; Kindle format only).

This title was listed for free as of the date and time of this post, April 01, 2014 at 7:00 AM ET. Prices are subject to change without notice. The price displayed on the vendor website at the time of purchase will be the price paid for the book. Please confirm the price of the book before completing your transaction.

For a summary of all of today's featured titles, plus any that may have appeared before and are repeat freebies, visit our Free MystereBooks page. This page is updated daily, typically by 8 AM ET.

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A Midwinter Murder by Peter Tonkin

A Midwinter Murder
Peter Tonkin
An Elizabethan Murder Mystery
Publisher: Endeavour Press

Christmas 1594. Tom is called away from the dress rehearsal of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' to receive terrible news: his brother John has been found dead, frozen with terror in the branches of a tree. Rumour has it that the Barguest, a mythical monstrous hound, is loose on the Scottish Borders.

Tom rides north to investigate — only to find himself embroiled in a dark, deadly political conspiracy, where even his swordsmanship and logic may not help him …

Can Tom solve the mystery of his brother’s death? Or is there more than meets the eye to this Midwinter murder?

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Dead Man's Rules by Rebecca Grace is Today's Second Featured Free MystereBook

Dead Man's Rules by Rebecca Grace

MystereBooks is pleased to feature Dead Man's Rules by Rebecca Grace as today's second free mystery ebook (A Suspense Thriller; Kindle format only).

This title was listed for free as of the date and time of this post, April 01, 2014 at 6:45 AM ET. Prices are subject to change without notice. The price displayed on the vendor website at the time of purchase will be the price paid for the book. Please confirm the price of the book before completing your transaction.

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Dead Man's Rules by Rebecca Grace

Dead Man's Rules
Rebecca Grace
A Suspense Thriller
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press

A woman on a mission, a man with secrets to hide …

When tabloid reporter Cere Medina decides to dig into the mysterious cold case death of Marco Gonzales, she hopes it will save her career. Instead, she unearths enough secrets to make a small town explode. Not to mention putting her on the wrong side of the town's fascinating sheriff.

Sheriff Rafe Tafoya doesn't need anyone digging up the past. He's come back to his hometown of Rio Rojo, New Mexico seeking peace and quiet. But Cere's arrival puts his town — and his heart — in danger.

Behind it all lurks the ghostly presence of Marco, who has everyone playing by a dead man's rules …

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All He Saw Was The Girl by Peter Leonard is Today's Featured Free MystereBook

All He Saw Was The Girl by Peter Leonard

MystereBooks is pleased to feature All He Saw Was The Girl by Peter Leonard as today's free mystery ebook (A Novel of Suspense; Kindle format only).

This title was listed for free as of the date and time of this post, April 01, 2014 at 6:30 AM ET. Prices are subject to change without notice. The price displayed on the vendor website at the time of purchase will be the price paid for the book. Please confirm the price of the book before completing your transaction.

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All He Saw Was The Girl by Peter Leonard

All He Saw Was The Girl
Peter Leonard
A Novel of Suspense
Publisher: The Story Plant

Rome: McCabe and Chip, two American exchange students, are about to become embroiled with a violent street gang, a beautiful Italian girl and a flawed kidnapping plan.

Detroit: Sharon Vanelli's affair with Joey Palermo, a Mafia enforcer, is about to be discovered by her husband, Ray, a secret service agent.

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Horns by Joe Hill is Today's Kobo Daily Deal

Kobo Daily Deal

MystereBooks is pleased to feature Horns by Joe Hill as today's Kobo Daily Deal.

The deal price of $2.99 is valid only for today, Tuesday, April 01, 2014.

Note: The price has been matched by Amazon.com for today only.

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Horns by Joe Hill

Horns
Joe Hill
A Suspense Thriller
HarperCollins

Ignatius Perrish spent the night drunk and doing terrible things. He woke up the next morning with a pair of horns growing from his temples.

At first, Ig thought the horns were a hallucination, the product of a mind damaged by rage and grief. He had spent the last year in a lonely, private purgatory, following the death of his beloved, Merrin Williams, who had been raped and murdered under inexplicable circumstances. A mental breakdown would have been the most natural thing in the world. But there was nothing natural about the horns, which were all too real.

Once, the righteous Ig had enjoyed the life of the blessed. But Merrin's death damned all that. The only suspect in the crime, Ig was never charged or tried. And he was never cleared. Nothing Ig can do or say matters. Everyone it seems, including God, has abandoned him. Everyone that is, but the devil inside.

Now Ig is possessed of a terrible new power — a macabre talent he intends to use to find the monster who killed Merrin and destroyed his life. It's time for a little revenge … it's time the devil had his due …

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Today's Mystery and Suspense Update from Big Fish Games (140401)

Big Fish Games

Here is today's mystery and suspense update from Big Fish Games …

• Our Featured Title is James Patterson's Women's Murder Club: Twice in a Blue Moon.

• The Daily Deal is Adelantado Trilogy: Book Two, just $2.99 today only!

• The current Catch of the Week is Botanica: Into the Unknown, just $2.99 through Sunday, April 07, 2014 only.

• Today's Special Deal — These savings are No Joke! $8.99 for any Collector's Edition game today only! Use coupon code LAUGH at check-out to purchase any Collector's Edition game for just $8.99. Offer valid April 1st, 2014 only until 11:59 PM PT.

Visit the Omnimystery Entertainment Network for more games of mystery and suspense!

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James Patterson's Women's Murder Club: Twice in a Blue Moon

Our Featured Title today is James Patterson's Women's Murder Club: Twice in a Blue Moon

On a violent night in the murky streets of San Francisco, a cryptic message becomes key to unraveling a gruesome investigation. Leading police on an intense chase, there is little time to stop a killer before he strikes again! Unravel a murderer's tribute to the past by uncovering clues, gathering facts and revealing his identity before it's too late. Immerse yourself in this thrilling Hidden Object game!

A sample version is available to download and play for free for one hour.

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Adelantado Trilogy: Book Two

Today's Daily Deal is Adelantado Trilogy: Book Two

The story of Adelantado continues: get ready for new adventures and unexpected twists! The sequel starts where the previous part left off. Don Diego has found a new path and now he continues his mission. There are still survivors from the previous expedition to save, glory to achieve and gold for the Spanish Crown to find. His crew, however, is tired. While some people start to rebel and abandon Don Diego, some stay loyal, and together they advance through wild jungles and endless swamps. The atmosphere is moody and grim but Don Diego tries to keep everybody cheerful, though an ever-present rival, Commander Rodriguez, is more evil than ever!

A sample version is available to download and play for free for one hour. You can purchase this game today only — Tuesday, April 01, 2014 — for $2.99.

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Botanica: Into the Unknown

The current Catch of the Week is Botanica: Into the Unknown

You are Dr. Ellie Wright, a botanist stranded on a strange planet called Botanica. Full of curious creatures and exotic landscapes, Botanica is like nothing you've ever seen! Test your wits as you navigate through lush forests, steampunk villages, and more. But danger lurks at every corner; make both friends and enemies as you try to outsmart the cunning Queen Kassandra. Can you survive Botanica and find your way back home?

A sample version is available to download and play for free for one hour. You can purchase this game at the special price of $2.99 through Sunday, April 07, 2014.

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