Monday, December 02, 2013

Cyber Monday Madness!!!

Hey everyone!

Today and today only, as part of Cyber Monday, prices in the Kindle store are ridiculously low! Open Road Media, a partner of the Mysterious Press, has slashed its prices across the board and its e-books are up to 80% off. That means you can get most of its ebooks for less than $1.99! Curious? Then follow this link to find out more!

If you're curious, look up "" in the Kindle store. You'll see plenty of titles steeply discounted, including the work of Ellery Queen, William DeAndrea, Christianna Brand, Jane Haddam, Charlotte Armstrong, Dorothy Uhnak, Stuart M. Kaminsky, and more!

Happy shopping!


Folks, it’s not too late to take advantage of the “Cyber Monday Madness” as the Mysterious Press (and Open Road Integrated Media) have lost their minds, slashing their prices across the board and giving you a one-of-a-kind chance to stock up on your reading material for the next little bit! I’ve gone ahead and made a lot of purchases. I mean, a lot. And not just mysteries – I’ve stocked up on other genres while I was at it, including sci-fi and Westerns. I spent much of the day skipping merrily along from page to page taking advantage of these incredible deals while they lasted. And at the end of the day… Well, let’s just say the hit list is extensive. But judge for yourself – here it is below!

The Yellowstone Kelly Novels by Peter Bowen
Coyote Winds by Peter Bowen
The Rose in Darkness by Christianna Brand
What Dread Hand? by Christianna Brand
Brand X by Christianna Brand
Heads You Lose by Christianna Brand
The Honey Harlot by Christianna Brand
Cat and Mouse by Christianna Brand
Tower by Ken Bruen and Reed Farrel Coleman
The Lords of Discipline by Pat Conroy
Binary by Michael Crichton
Drug of Choice by Michael Crichton
Easy Go by Michael Crichton
Five O’Clock Lightning by William L. DeAndrea
Killed in Fringe Time by William L. DeAndrea
Killed in the Fog by William L. DeAndrea
The Lunatic Fringe by William L. DeAndrea
Snark by William L. DeAndrea
Atropos by William L. DeAndrea
Azrael by William L. DeAndrea
Whiskey River by Loren D. Estleman
Motor City Blue by Loren D. Estleman
Thunder City by Loren D. Estleman
Angel Eyes by Loren D. Estleman
The Midnight Man by Loren D. Estleman
Sugartown by Loren D. Estleman
The Glass Highway by Loren D. Estleman
Every Brilliant Eye by Loren D. Estleman
Spellsinger by Alan Dean Foster
The Hour of the Gate by Alan Dean Foster
The Day of the Dissonance by Alan Dean Foster
Death Wish by Brian Garfield
The Vanquished by Brian Garfield
Wild Times by Brian Garfield
Not a Creature Was Stirring by Jane Haddam
Quoth the Raven by Jane Haddam
Dear Old Dead by Jane Haddam
A Stillness in Bethlehem by Jane Haddam
Murder Superior by Jane Haddam
Act of Darkness by Jane Haddam
Bleeding Hearts by Jane Haddam
Blunt Darts by Jeremiah Healy
The Cross-Eyed Bear Murders by Dorothy B. Hughes
A Fatal Glass of Beer by Stuart M. Kaminsky
Divine Inspiration by Jane Langton
Rosemary’s Baby by Ira Levin
King of Morning, Queen of Day by Ian McDonald
Futureland by Walter Mosley
Tough as Nails: The Complete Cases of Donahue from the Pages of Black Mask by Frederick Nebel
Black Samurai by Marc Olden
Poe Must Die by Marc Olden
The Puzzle of the Red Stallion by Stuart Palmer
Miss Withers Regrets by Stuart Palmer
The Puzzle of the Pepper Tree by Stuart Palmer
The Puzzle of the Blue Banderilla by Stuart Palmer
The Puzzle of the Silver Persian by Stuart Palmer
Omit Flowers by Stuart Palmer
The Gilded Nightmare by Hugh Pentecost
The Skies Discrowned and An Epitaph in Rust: The Complete Novels by Tim Powers
Earthquake Weather by Tim Powers
Dinner at Deviant’s Palace by Tim Powers
Expiration Date by Tim Powers
Strike Three You’re Dead by R. D. Rosen
More than Human by Theodore Sturgeon
Jerry Tracy, Celebrity Reporter by Theodore A. Tinsley
Dancing Aztecs by Donald E. Westlake
Tales of the Witch by Angela Zeman


  1. I know that once I know them, I'll regret not getting some of the other books on your list, but as it is I bought every dicounted Ellery Queen kindle book that isn't in my library already. Also got Walter Lord's A Night To Remember. It's not exactly a mystery, but it IS published by Mysterious Press/Open Road, so I figured the $2.99 price was temporary.

    Thanks for the heads up!

  2. It's breaking news for me that e-books are up to 80% off.

  3. Many thanks for the heads up ! It was very useful and Christmas came early!!!!

    1. I'm glad you were able to take advantage of this sale. I went a bit nuts myself. :)