Saturday, June 27, 2015

The #NYTimes #Bestsellers in #Fiction Combined #print and #ebook for week ending June 28, 2015

Welcome! It's been a GREAT week of books and reading and I hope you've enjoyed them! Time to find out what books have made the list of Bestsellers for this previous week! There may even be NEW books HERE you can't live without! Let's see what books hit the list! This post is always posted every Sunday by NOON and sometimes earlier! (Sorry about last week but I was ill, but I'm back - in FULL FORCE! Thanks for being patient with me!)

Hello, hello, hello! I'm BACK!!! I'm feeling so MUCH better! Thanks for coming back this weekend and putting up with no post last week. I was so sick but now I am feeling SO MUCH BETTER!!! I'm back to reading and posting here at the blog! Email, book reviews, etc.! I'm back and ready to go! So let's hit those books and find out what hit the list of bestsellers!

Blog Updates: Watch for BLOG HOPS! They are coming! Also coming are some pretty darned EXCELLENT books with reviews! You're going to love them!

I am currently reading: Those Girls by Chevy Stevens! NEW Release for July 7th! Also, Remember Mia by Alexandra Burt, another July 7th release! Also, Summertime Girls by Laura Hankin is August 4th!

FICTION: COMBINED PRINT AND EBOOK All links go to the Kindle version of the book, however, ALL versions are available no matter what version want at every type of book you pull up now! Choose whichever version you want from wherever you are!

1.  Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian by E L James

ebook: $7.99
print:   $9.89

2. The Girl on the Train: A Novel by Paula Hawkins
ebook: $6.99
print:   $8.20

3. The Rumor: A Novel by Elin Hilderbrand
ebook: $  8.99
print:   $12.77

4. Tom Clancy Under Fire (Jack Ryan Jr. Novel, A) by Grant Blackwood
ebook: $11.99
print:   $17.24

5. Country: A Novel by Danielle Steel
ebook: $11.84
print:   $18.18

6. The President's Shadow (The Culper Ring Series) by Brad Meltzer
ebook: $12.99
print:   $18.30

7. The Martian: A Novel by Andy Weir
ebook: $5.99
print:   $9.00

8. All the Light We Cannot See: A Novel by Anthony Doer
ebook: $13.99
print:   $13.87

9. Finders Keepers: A Novel by Stephen King
ebook: $14.99
print:   $17.00

10. In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume
ebook: $10.99
print:   $16.03

11. Radiant Angel (John Corey Book 7) by Nelson DeMille
ebook: $12.99
print:   $11.99

12. The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah
ebook: $  8.99
print:   $14.66

13. Luckiest Girl Alive: A Novelby Jessica Knoll
ebook: $11.99
print:   $11.44

14. A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 1) by George R R Martin
ebook: $ 4.99
print:   $10.19

15. Memory Man (Amos Decker series) by David Baldacci
ebook: $13.99
print:   $12.79

And there we have our books! Here are the rest!, the last 5! See you next week!

  • ZOO, by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge (Little, Brown)
  • 14TH DEADLY SIN, by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro (Little, Brown)
  • DARK PLACES, by Gillian Flynn (Broadway)
  • THE SANTANGELOS, by Jackie Collins (St. Martin's)
  • ALL THE SINGLE LADIES, by Dorothea Benton Frank (Morrow/HarperCollins)
  • Monday, June 22, 2015

    #REVIEW AND BLOG TOUR! "The Truth and Other Lies" by Sascha Arango

    Dark, witty, and suspenseful, this literary crime thriller reminiscent of The Dinner and The Silent Wife follows a famous author whose wife—the brains behind his success—meets an untimely death, leaving him to deal with the consequences.
    “Evil is a matter of opinion…”

    On the surface, Henry Hayden seems like someone you could like, or even admire. A famous bestselling author who appears a modest everyman. A loving, devoted husband even though he could have any woman he desires. A generous friend and coworker. But Henry Hayden is a construction, a mask. His past is a secret, his methods more so. No one besides him and his wife know that she is the actual writer of the novels that made him famous.

    For most of Henry’s life, it hasn’t been a problem. But when his hidden-in-plain-sight mistress becomes pregnant and his carefully constructed facade is about to crumble, he tries to find a permanent solution, only to make a terrible mistake.

    Now not only are the police after Henry, but his past—which he has painstakingly kept hidden—threatens to catch up with him as well. Henry is an ingenious man and he works out an ingenious plan. He weaves lies, truths, and half-truths into a story that might help him survive. But bit by bit the noose still tightens.

    Smart, sardonic, and compulsively readable, here is the story of a man whose cunning allows him to evade the consequences of his every action, even when he’s standing on the edge of the abyss.

    Advance Praise

    German scriptwriter Arango’s exceptional first novel, a highly entertaining thriller, focuses on Henry Hayden, a successful author who lives in a “nondescript coastal town.” Wealthy beyond imagination, he appears to be a loving husband to his wife, Martha, and is so humble that people automatically like him. In truth, the vain and selfish Henry is seeing a mistress, Betty Hansen, who’s also his editor, and a few other women besides. As for those bestsellers, Henry never wrote one word—Martha did, allowing him to take credit as long as her authorial role remained a secret. Henry’s carefully constructed world is in danger when Betty becomes pregnant. His decision to take drastic action results in an accidental death. Dodging the police inquiry and an old acquaintance determined to expose his erratic past, Henry takes charge of his own fate. Wry humor punctuates this insightful look at a soulless man.

    Hayden is a drifter with no human connections. Waking up hung over after sleeping with a stranger, Martha, he discovers a manuscript under her bed and is so impressed that he sends it off to publishers as his own. Martha, an oddball who writes books in the middle of the night and tosses the perfectly composed manuscripts in the cellar, is fine with that. After Hayden marries her, the first novel becomes a huge bestseller. Living large with a sports car and fancy clothes, he has an affair with his editor, Betty, who becomes pregnant with his child. It's only a matter of time, or so it seems, before he's exposed for the fake he is. But he remains master of his made-up world, even with the police breathing down his neck after first Martha and then Betty disappear and even with a stalker who knows everything about his past seeking vengeance. A cross between James M. Cain and Patricia Highsmith, with a wide streak of sardonic humor, this is one wicked tale. You keep waiting for the author to slip, plot-wise, but, as with his protagonist, you wait in vain. German screenwriter Arango's first novel is superior pulp, with schemers all around and plenty to say about fame, identity, and mortality.

    My Take:
    5 Stars, of course!
    BRAVO! A genius of a story! I LOVE psychological thrillers, and this is one that will stay with you when you read this one, forever, in utter shock! At times I couldn't believe what I was reading! This guy is so inhumane, but likable! I'm not going to go into much more detail than the 'Description' this book already provides, and what you have already read because I don't want to ruin one thing for you! I did include some Advanced Praise Reviews up above as well, but I did cut out a part in one of them I listed because it just gives away too much of the plot you which will want to learn while reading the book yourself. I don't want to do that to you. I want you to be able to read this book and enjoy it! This book has so many twists and turns, you'll start getting dizzy in a great way! This character is always one step ahead of the police, convincingly.
    This book starts off with Henry, our protagonist, finding a finished manuscript wrapped in greaseproof paper hidden underneath a strange woman's bed. He was looking for his sock, and that's how he found it. He did not want to get to know this woman, Martha. Well, they do end up marrying, and this book becomes the first of five bestsellers, translated into twenty languages, becomes required reading in schools, and all under the pen name of Frank Ellis. However, this is a huge secret shared only between he and his wife. Frank did NOT write these books. Martha, his wife wrote them! No one knows he does not write these books, but his wife writes the books on an old typewriter. So now he's this huge author, and he ends up having an affair with his Editor, Betty. When something happens to Betty that will change everyone's lives, things start to spiral out of control. The rest is for you to enjoy!
    I really enjoyed this book. I couldn't flip through this ebook fast enough to read this entire story to find out what happened next that I didn't realize how fast I read this book!
    I noticed this book is translated from the German edition, and it is fabulous! I think many people who like the Thriller genre in general will enjoy this book very much! I would like to thank Atria, a Division of Simon and Schuster through NetGalley so 'very' much for an egalley of this book for review purposes in exchange for my opinion of this book, be it either positive or negative.

    About the Author, Sascha Arango

    Sascha Arango is one of Germany’s most prominent screenplay writers and a two-time winner of the Grimme Prize, a prestigious award for German television, for his work on the long-running detective series Tatort. His first novel, The Truth and Other Lies, will be published in more than thirteen countries in 2015. He lives in Germany.

    THE TRUTH AND OTHER LIES by Sascha Arango
    Atria Books | 256 pages | ISBN: 978-1-4767-9555-3 | $24.99
    (Amazon ebook: $12.99, Hardcover $17.46, Audible $18.37 or free)
    (Paperback IF available is Used only from the UK at this time through Amazon)

    Hardcover Links

    eBook  Links

    Paperback N/A for the US yet

    Saturday, June 20, 2015

    The #NYTimes #Bestseller list will return next week, June 28th, due to my being ill. I'll be back better than ever!

    Welcome everyone! This post is a weekly post and is always up by NOON every Sunday, and most of the time earlier, EXCEPT or this week. I've been doing this post for about the last 3 years or so, but I mentioned last week I was not feeling well. I have a bladder infection AND an ear infection. Well, the antibiotics did NOT work, and I'm worse now that what I was last week, so I need to take a little time for myself to get feeling better.  I hate to do this to you, but sometimes things are out of our control, and it surely is this time.
    Please bear with me, and I should be back on my feet by next week and able to look into the computer screen, and sit comfortably! Or at least I better be, lol!
    WINNERS for The Appetite of Girls will be announced along with Eeny Meeny next week, too.
    Thank you SO much for waiting one more week for Eeny Meeny and The Appetite of Girls would have been announced today. I TRULY appreciate your waiting. IF I were able, believe me, I would do ALL of this article, including the winners, but I just don't have the strength to do it.
    I love you all! Thanks for understanding!

    PS. There are only a few hours tonight until midnight, Saturday, June 20th, to get your entries in for the Splash Into Summer $250 Cash Giveaway! Make sure you get your entries in!!

    Thanks again for your understanding!

    Saturday, June 13, 2015

    The #NYTimes Top 20 #Bestsellers for the week ending 6-14-15 + Blog Updates!

    Welcome! It's been another week of GREAT books! I hope you are reading some awesome books out there! Share them with us in the Comments section down below and tell us!
    This post is always up by NOON every Sunday and most of the time earlier!

    This weekend I was supposed to pick a winner for the book Eeeny Meeny by M J Arlidge, but I got sick. I am SO sorry.
    I got a double-whammy. An ear infection AND a bladder infection. It was QUITE the week, and my doctor STILL has REFUSED to give me medication for the bladder infection!!! Grrrrrrr! He had me do a test at the hospital on Thursday after my husband got home from work and could take me, and he is waiting to see what antibiotic I need. Those of you women out there who have gotten these KNOW HOW PAINFUL these things are!!!! Yes. I am NOT happy with this guy, and THIS IS IT FOR HIM! NEXT! NEW DOCTOR TIME!!! I will NEVER go through this again, EVER! This is UNCALLED FOR!!!
    The test was ready this morning, Saturday morning, but the women who work in his office stated:
    "Since your doctor is not 'on call' this weekend he WILL NOT take the TIME to call the hospital and find out what antibiotic you need, NOR will he call one in to the pharmacy for you, NOR will he call you to let you know more. It is the WEEKEND and HE DOES NOT WORK ON THE WEEKENDS!"
    Well, guess what? The Hospital Administration where he works at "WILL" BE HEARING ABOUT THIS!!!!!!!!!! This is not right. This could move into my kidneys, and if it does, it was "HIS CHOICE" to IGNORE this. I did EVERYTHING RIGHT ON MY END AS THE PATIENT, and I am NOT happy with him. Time to MOVE ON to a NEW doctor!

    I PROMISE I WILL have the winner next week when I can think and concentrate! I have not even been able to read this week. I have a fever, too. OH!!! The best part - I DID get ear drops, but they are NOT working! LOL!!! Anyway . . .

    Don't miss the #Giveaways listed in the LEFT SIDE COLUMN!!! Check the dates! There are 2 that are going on NOW!!!

    Let's hit the books!

    All links go to the ebook version of this book, but now Amazon has ALL the different versions listed nicely in a row across the top, so just click on whatever version you would like to purchase, and there you have it for the taking! Enjoy!

    1. Finders Keepers: A Novel by Stephen King
    ebook: $14.99
    print:   $19.54

    2. The Girl on the Train: A Novel by Paula Hawkins
    ebook: $6.99
    print:   $8.37

    3. In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume
    ebook: $11.84
    print:   $16.77

    4. All the Light We Cannot See: A Novel by Anthony Doerr
    ebook: $13.99
    print:   $13.27

    5. Radiant Angel (John Corey Book 7) by Nelson DeMille
    ebook: $12.99
    print:   $11.99

    6. Memory Man (Amos Decker series) by David Baldacci
    ebook: $  9.99
    print:   $12.73

    7. 14th Deadly Sin (Women's Murder Club) by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
    ebook: $  9.99
    print:   $12.70

    8. Luckiest Girl Alive: A Novel by Jessica Knoll
    ebook: $11.99
    print:   $15.12

    9. The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah
    ebook: $  8.99
    print:   $12.96

    10. Zoo by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
    ebook: $5.99
    print:   $6.62

    11. Sweet Ache: A Driven Novel (The Driven Series Book 6) by K Bromberg
    ebook: $5.51
    print:   $6.47

    12. Shards of Hope (Psy/Changeling Series Book 14) by Nalini Singh
    ebook: $11.43
    print:   $13.33

    13. Beautiful Sacrifice: A Novel (The Maddox Brothers Book 3) by Jamie McGuire
    ebook: $  5.99
    print:   $13.49

    14. Piranha (The Oregon Files) by Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison
    ebook: $12.99
    print:   $10.81

    15. Outlander: A Novel (Outlander, Book 1) by Diana Gabaldon
    ebook: $1.99
    print:   $5.25

    There we have the 15, and here is the remaining 5 to make it 20! Thanks for coming by! See you next week, but before you leave, don't forget to tell us in the comments - What are YOU reading?

  • GATHERING PREY, by John Sandford (Putnam)
  • TOP SECRET TWENTY-ONE, by Janet Evanovich (Bantam)
  • A GAME OF THRONES, by George R. R. Martin (Bantam)
  • PALACE OF TREASON, by Jason Matthews (Scribner)
  • #REVIEW - Buzz Books Fall 2015/Winter 2016 Adult Version AND the Young Adult Version, too!

    The seventh edition of Buzz Books is a treasure-trove of substantial excerpts from dozens of the most highly-touted books to be published this fall/winter. Extensive publishing information, including promotion plans and publicity contacts, are included in this NetGalley version. At the end of most excerpts, you will find a link to the full galley on NetGalley!

    Our “digital convention” features such major authors as Geraldine Brooks, Lauren Groff, Alice Hoffman, Janice Lee, Ron Rash, and Adriana Trigiani. We showcase debut novelists you’ve already heard of—Sloane Crosley, Jesse Eisenberg, and Amy Stewart—and anticipated new voices such as Virginia Baily (Early One Morning) and Claire Vaye Watkins (Gold, Fame, Citrus).

    Our nonfiction selections range from Mary Karr’s The Art of Memoir to revelations on aging by Dick Van Dyke; new work from New York Times bestselling authors Jane McGonigal and Eric Weiner; and a memoir by Dan Marshall that will be featured at this year’s Book Expo America convention on the Editors Buzz panel: Home is Burning. Many of our Buzz Books authors also will be in attendance at BEA.

    We’ve grouped titles into sections for fiction, debut fiction, and nonfiction titles. If these great samples aren’t enough to fill your fall reading lists, we start with an extensive report on the entire fall/winter publishing season, with over 100 notable forthcoming books in all that you will find covered and promoted in the months ahead.

    MY TAKE:
    5 STARS!
    I LOVE these books! This book always gets a 5-Star rating from me because these are simply the BEST books to find out what is coming, and the BEST book to be able to request some of these books for review and to be able to plan out that time of years' reading! 
    These books have been coming out twice a year, and they give us an excellent look at a LOT of the new books that will be coming out in the timeframe that is on the cover, and for this book, it is for the Fall 2015/Winter 2016 NEW Releases. (The other version that comes out is in the early Spring and covers Spring/Summer books.) This is the Adult Version I am reviewing, but there is also the Young Adult version of this book that is also available for the many of you who prefer that version of this book. too! It is also available at NetGalley OR at Amazon! After you see the cover of the book, scroll down further to see the Description of the book, too!
    This book was released on May 17th, just prior to the BEA, (Book Expo of America), occurs once each year, and is a gigantic gathering of publishers, authors, bloggers, and readers! In addition, they have seminars for everyone who attends, based upon what your title is, such as for authors, for bloggers, and so on. Plus, everyone brings their friends to these, too! The BEA is one of THE BEST and MOST SOUGHT AFTER book events that everyone wants to go to each year, myself included! (I can’t go, though, because I cannot travel and with the neurological muscle disease I have, I would never be able to travel there, and if it were possible, I would be out from exhaustion from the traveling and miss the entire event! Bummer! I would give my eye teeth to be able to go!) This book happens to talk about the BEA this year, in particular, the authors who will be attending!
    Of course, this book covers the Fall 2015/Winter 2016 NEW releases that are coming! There are three parts to this, and those are Fiction, Debut Fiction and Non-Fiction. Each part also has in Introduction that is very worth reading because they talk about MORE books that are coming, so we really get an excellent all-around look at what’s coming and will be able to share this with our Readers!
    There are 34 books with excerpts we are able to get a glimpse into, and most of them do allow us to request them for review! (There are some that are not available for review, just so you know.) The publishers are giving us the first, second and even third chapters of many of these books, and the BEST part is as long as you have an account at NetGalley you are able to request many if these titles directly from your ereaders, too! This part is the BEST part about the entire book! READERS - YOU, yes, “YOU” are able to grab this book for FREE from Amazon! You may or may not be able to have an account at NetGalley, but it’s SO worth reading this book! You will know and be able to keep track of which books appeal to you the MOST!
    Bloggers, you can grab this book from NetGalley so you can be able to request the titles that are listed in it directly from NetGalley!
    I would like to thank Publishers Lunch and NetGalley for giving us the opportunity to read and review this book for them in exchange for our honest opinion in the form of a review! Thank you!



    This edition of Buzz Books: Young Adult provides substantial pre-publication excerpts from 20 forthcoming young adult and middle grade books. Now everyone can share the same access to the newest YA voices the publishing industry is broadcasting for the fall/winter season. Extensive publishing information, including promotion plans and publicity contacts, are included in this NetGalley version. At the end of most excerpts, you will find a link to the full galley on NetGalley!

    Excerpts include new work from established leaders in the field (James Dashner, Jennifer Donnelly, Patrick Ness, and Lauren Oliver), authors best-known for their adult books (Eleanor Herman and Cammie McGovern), and newsmaking titles such as the highly graphic History of Glitter and Blood, Illuminae, and The Thing About Jellyfish.

    You will find a full range of YA titles previewed here —dystopian, romance, fantasy, sci-fi, humor, literary and more — and you will find some works for tweens and middle-grade readers. As always, many are sure to make bestseller and “best of” lists.

    Four of our titles will be featured at this year’s Book Expo America convention on their own YA or Middle Grade Editors Buzz panels: Everything Everything, Nightfall, This Raging Light, and The Thing About Jellyfish. Plus, half of our 20 Buzz Books: Young Adult authors will be in attendance at BEA.

    Monday, June 8, 2015

    #REVIEW - Dear Carolina by Kristy Woodson Harvey


    A moving debut novel about two mothers—one biological and one adoptive—from a compelling new voice in Southern women’s fiction.

    One baby girl.
    Two strong Southern women.
    And the most difficult decision they’ll ever make.

    Frances “Khaki” Mason has it all: a thriving interior design career, a loving husband and son, homes in North Carolina and Manhattan—everything except the second child she has always wanted. Jodi, her husband’s nineteen-year-old cousin, is fresh out of rehab, pregnant, and alone. Although the two women couldn’t seem more different, they forge a lifelong connection as Khaki reaches out to Jodi, encouraging her to have her baby. But as Jodi struggles to be the mother she knows her daughter deserves, she will ask Khaki the ultimate favor…

    Written to baby Carolina, by both her birth mother and her adoptive one, this is a story that proves that life circumstances shape us but don’t define us—and that families aren’t born, they’re made…

    MY TAKE:
    5+++ STARS!
    If I can recommend one book in which you become so emotionally invested in, THIS IS IT! Why? I actually became so invested in the lives of these characters that I had a feeling one of the characters who was pregnant was going to have a girl, I just had this feeling, when later I realized I was only reading a BOOK, and this was NOT real life! Well, this IS that book I am recommending to read! I realized how amazing the writing is in this book, that this author is pretty darned amazing that these characters felt like ‘real life’ people! Koodles to this author, Kristy Woodson Harvey!
    This book is told in alternating chapters between Khaki and Jodi as they write to baby Carolina, and as you are reading each chapter, you look forward to the next, yet sometimes you don’t want the one you are reading to end. You want that character to keep talking. The chapters in which Jodi talks, you can really hear that southern accent the way it is written. This grows on you, too, and you definitely knew who was talking in which chapter!
    This book is about Khaki and Graham who could not get pregnant with a second child they wanted so terribly. They had Alex, from Khaki’s first husband, Ben, who passed away. She met and married Graham, who happened to be a cousin to nineteen year old Jodi.
    Jodi ended up getting pregnant by her abusive boyfriend, Ricky, but she had no possible way in this world to be able to raise this child, and she knew it, too. Despite Jodi thinking she wasn’t very smart, she was much smarter and wiser when it came to ‘life’ than what she would even give herself credit for. Jodi is a realist. Rose colored glasses were not in her vocabulary, nor did she know what they were. She faced life head-on, bravely, and with a vengeance. 
    Jodi was an alcoholic, living with her mother and her mother’s new boyfriends every time the wind blew a different way, in a trailer park, drinking like fishes, including Jodi, that Jodi didn’t know how she even grew up safely if it wasn’t for her Grandma. The saddest part was Jodi did not want to raise her child like that, or even near it, but how could she possibly change that fact? She couldn’t, so she was going to have an abortion.
    Khaki and Graham tried everything known to man to try to get pregnant. Khaki was a little sad when someone like Jodi got pregnant, yet she could not. She had no problem getting pregnant with Alex, so this sure did baffle her to no end as to why she could not get pregnant with Graham. Khaki is an Interior Designer, and every one of her chapters starts out talking about design as it relates to the story she is telling to Carolina. She has an apartment in expensive Manhattan that she flies to every every other week, and in-between her home is with Graham and Alex in North Carolina. Graham and Khaki decided they would help Jodi with Carolina, and Jodi was all for it.
    Later they approached Jodi about adopting Carolina, and she could still be a part of her life with them. It seemed simple, but it was still hard for both of them, issues popped up with Carolina’s father. but there was one thing they both agreed on completely, and that was, ‘you can never have enough people who love you’.
    Again, I HIGHLY recommend this book! You will get lost inside of it, and maybe you’ll do what I did and mix up reality with fiction!
    Some of my favorite quotes from this book are:
    “I was scarder than a weed in a field a’ Roundup.’
    “Having somebody love you so much they caint’ even leave you for vacation is the best feelin’.”
    And so many more! Read this one!
    I received this book for review purposes from the publisher, Berkley, in exchange for an honest review.

    Saturday, June 6, 2015

    The #NYTimes Top 20 #Bestsellers for the week of 6-7-15! Plus BLOG UPDATES!

    Welcome! It's been another GREAT week of books for myself and I HOPE YOU have had a GREAT week of reading, too! This post is always up by NOON every Sunday, and most of the time earlier!

    We have a winner of the #Giveaway for House Broken by Sonja Yoerg!

    #WINNER OF #HOUSEBROKEN by +Sonja Yoerg is: MEREDITH! CONGRATULATIONS!!! I have emailed you! I will wait for you to reply!

    **There are "3" MORE #GIVEAWAYS all listed in the LEFT SIDE COLUMN! ALL of the #Giveaways have different end dates, so be sure to double-check those! Good luck!

    Next week we'll find out who #wins #EenyMeeny by +MJ Aldridge! Make sure to come on back to see who the lucky winner will be! Now . . .

    LET'S SEE THE BOOKS!!!                                                                                                                                                   

    FICTION: COMBINED EBOOK AND PRINT! ALL links go to ALL the versions of the books now! When you click on ANY book, it takes you to Amazon, and they have changed their links around so that ALL versions of the book show up! It's really nice and easy to choose the book you want now! Enjoy!

    I have ONE QUESTION: WHY are the ebooks costing MORE than the print version of a LOT of the books? Each week we read this article and see the ebook prices go up, up and UP while the print prices go down, down, down. WHY? I do NOT understand HOW an electronic file can cost MORE than a print copy of a book?
    I enjoy reading MORE on my Kindle more than I do on paper. There is a mixture of us, but still, I KNOW the electronic file IS MUCH LESS EXPENSIVE TO PRODUCE AND I FEEL WE ARE BEING TAKEN BY THE PUBLISHERS!
    Granted, I like paper, too, and some books NEED to be ON PAPER.
    For the ebooks, I can read faster and I can SEE MUCH BETTER on my Kindle. It is getting to the point where I refuse to purchase the ebook OR the printed book because the publishers are just making me SO ANGRY about the ebook prices! There is NO REASON for an electronic file to cost MORE than the print copy!
    The print copy takes trees, using paper that is environmentally destructive. I live near where a paper mill used to be in production. You should SEE what it did to the river! The St Clair River in Michigan. This river is SO FULL of chemicals, it's not funny! So Publishers, with as MUCH destruction as making paper to print your books on, why don't you ENCOURAGE the sale of the electronic copies of your books? I don't understand, and will continue to complain about this!
    I can see paying up to $10.00 for an ebook, but ANYTHING ABOVE that, NO!
    Book #1 costs $1.00 MORE electronically than the print copy! WHY??? This continues on with so many MORE books on this list this week, too. I say this is FOOLISH! We could be SAVING OUR ENVIRONMENT, especially when so many people and other businesses are trying to save our environment as well! Sell the print copies to the people who want them, but KEEP THE EBOOK COPIES AFFORDABLE!

    I would LOVE to know what YOU think about the prices of ebooks, too! Please leave your comments below! Thanks!

    1.  Radiant Angel (John Corey Book 7) by Nelson DeMille
    ebook: $12.99
    print:   $11.99

    2. The Girl on the Train: A Novel by Paula Hawkins
    ebook: $6.99
    print:   $8.39

    3. Piranha (The Oregon Files) by Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison
    ebook: $12.99
    print:   $15.49

    4. All the Light We Cannot See: A Novel by Anthony Doerr
    ebook: $13.99
    print:   $14.53

    5. Memory Man (Amos Decker series) by David Baldacci
    ebook: $  9.99
    print:   $16.80

    6. 14th Deadly Sin (Women's Murder Club) by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
    ebook: $  9.99
    print:   $12.96

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    ZOO, by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge (Little, Brown)
    SUMMER FIRE, by Gennita Low (7th House)
    THE WHITE QUEEN, by Philippa Gregory (Touchstone)
    OUTLANDER, by Diana Gabaldon (Dell)
    SEVENEVES, by Neal Stephenson (Morrow/HarperCollins)