Are you looking for more books to read? Perhaps you’re wanting to fill your bookshelves, or else get some inspiration for your writing. Either way, you should check out this week’s book deals from Literary Edits. Each week, we recommend a selection of different books based on monthly and weekly book deals. These are either books which we have read (and loved), or books which we think our readers will love! Enjoy the deals!
5 Kindle Books Under £1
#1 – Don’t Even Breathe by Keith Houghton
Maggie Novak has worked as a homicide detective on hundreds of brutal murder cases, but never has she felt so personally involved as when she finds the charred remains of a young woman. Could this be the body of an old school friend?
#2 – Fatal Inheritance by Rachel Rhys
Eve Forrester is trapped in a loveless marriage. Her life is uneventful, up until the moment she receives a solicitor’s letter. A wealthy stranger has left her a large inheritance, and, from that moment on, Eve’s life is changed forever.
#3 – The Garden of Lost and Found by Harriet Evans
Nightingale House was the Horner family’s home, and, outside of it, stood “The Garden of Lost and Found”, a painting of Ned Horner’s children on a perfect day. Yet this house also holds mysteries, and Ned’s granddaughter is sure to uncover them.
#4 – Swan Song by Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott
An elite circle of rich, affluent friends spent decades sharing their deepest secrets and their greatest fears. Then, after twenty years of intimate friendships, they were betrayed: Truman Capote shared their secrets with the world.
#5 – The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce
Harold Fry recently retired, and, since then, he has been emotionally numb. That is until he receives a letter from an old friend, who wants to say goodbye to him before she dies. Harold begins a pilgrimage across the English countryside to grant her dying wish.
5 Paperbacks Under £5
#1 – After the Crash by Michel Bussi
On the 22nd of December in 1980, a plane crash led to the deaths of 168 of 169 passengers. The only survivor is a three-month-old baby, but who is she? Two families step forward to claim her, leading to an investigation that lasts for nearly two decades.
#2 – The Butterfly Lion by Michael Morpurgo
Growing up in Africa, Bertie rescues an orphaned white lion cub. They become the best of friends and are inseparable until Bertie is sent away to boarding school in England and the lion is sold to a circus. Will they see each other again?
#3 – Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
After a much-loathed murder victim is found aboard the Orient Express with multiple stab wounds, there are thirteen possible suspects, and it is up to Hercule Poirot to discover who the guilty party is.
#4 – No Second Chance by Harlan Coben
Marc Seidman’s idyllic world is ripped apart when he is gunned down in his home. Twelve days later, he wakes up in hospital, but his wife is dead and his baby daughter has been kidnapped. Marc doesn’t know if he will ever see her again.
#5 – Why I Write by
George Orwell wrote witty, political, and controversial essays throughout his life. They are brought together in this collection, consolidating Orwell’s thoughts into one book.
Thank you for reading! All of these books are listed under the prices stated during the writing of this post. Deals change quickly, though, so make sure you take advantage of them before they disappear!