Sunday’s Christian eBooks: Late Reads

Murder on the Menu
by Liz Turner
LIMITED TIME FREE

KINDLEAMAZON UK

After twenty years living the life she’d always dreamed of in New York City, Victoria Armstrong returns to the small mountain town she’d once fled in the midst of a family feud.

Running the family restaurant isn’t her first career choice. Her real passion is writing mystery novels although her words seem to have run dry lately, and nothing she does can get the spark back.

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(Mystery in the Mountains)


THE MONKEY WHO COULDN’T MAKE UP HIS MIND
by Sally Huss
LIMITED TIME FREE

KINDLEAMAZON UK

A very hungry monkey slips into the buffet line in the dining room of a rustic, jungle resort. The food choices are many, but he is limited to one. What to do? What to do? Down the line he goes, picking first an apple then a pear, next some grapes and a long list of vegetables.


This Present Darkness
by Frank Peretti
KINDLE BARGAIN

KINDLE NOOK AUDIBLE

Now an eBook, a classic from bestselling author Frank Peretti about a small town in the midst of an unseen supernatural battle.

The small town of Ashton is the unexpected setting for an epic clash between good and evil as a Christian preacher and a news reporter unearth a plot to take over their small community, and eventually the world.


Twilight at Blueberry Barrens
by Colleen Coble
KINDLE BARGAIN

KINDLE NOOK AUDIBLE

USA TODAY Bestseller!  “I need you to keep these girls safe . . .”

Kate Mason has devoted herself to caring for her family’s blueberry barrens. But after her fields stop producing fruit, she’s forced to come up with alternative ways to make a living. Renting out the small cottage on her property seems an obvious choice, but it won’t be enough.

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(A Sunset Cove Series)


Answering Your Kids’ Toughest Questions
by Elyse Fitzpatrick, Jessica Thompson
KINDLE BARGAIN

KINDLE NOOK AMAZON UK

The Honest, Loving Answers Children Need to Hear

What should you say when your five-year-old asks about his dying grandma? Or when your seven-year-old wonders if the devil is real? Or when the sixth graders in your Sunday school class are talking about a tragedy they heard about on the news? When it comes to the dark and tragic aspects of our world, it can be hard to know what to say and how much.