Handpicked Kindle Books for Dec 6 2018 Judged by Their Covers

Today’s Picks – Best Handpicked Kindle eBooks – December 6, 2018

Happy Thursday, Shelfbuzzers. Here’s today’s list of handpicked books (all under $5 at the time of posting, some marked as free). Enjoy!


The Honorable Imposter by Gilbert Morris

Shelfbuzz Score: 8.2 (out of 10)

Genre(s): Historical

The volume that launched the blockbuster House of Winslow series. Gilbert Winslow, forced by his family into the pulpit of the Church of England, becomes a spy among religious separatists. Who will he turn to when the forces of good and evil threaten to pull him apart… (more)



Her Mule Hollow Cowboy: by Debra Clopton

Shelfbuzz Score: 8.2 (out of 10)

Genre(s): Romance, Western, Free

Five ranch-hands inherit a Texas ranch from their boss. These cowboys and cowgirl vow to honor their beloved boss by making the New Horizon Ranch the success he envisioned when he chose to leave his legacy in their care. Along the way they each find the love of a lifetime. You’ll fall in love with these fun, sweet, emotional love stories. Cowboy Cliff Masterson saw a woman in need and stepped in — because Maddie was too stubborn to ask… Cowgirl Maddie Rose has never belonged anywhere but she’s just inherited part of New Horizon Ranch — along with her partners… (more)



Still Life With Murder by P.B. Ryan

Shelfbuzz Score: 8 (out of 10)

Genre(s): Mystery, Historical, Free

Boston, 1868: The dawn of the Gilded Age, an era of burgeoning commerce and invention, of unimaginable new fortunes and lavish excess–for some. Born into dismal poverty, young Nell Sweeney scratches by on her wits and little else until fortune blesses her with a position as nursery governess to the fabulously wealthy Hewitts. But she soon learns that ugly secrets lurk beneath the surface of their gold-plated world.The Hewitts eldest son, William, a former Union Army battle surgeon and the black sheep of the family, was reported to have died three years before in a notorious Confederate… (more)



Gray Justice by Alan McDermott

Shelfbuzz Score: 8 (out of 10)

Genre(s): Thriller

When ex-soldier Tom Gray loses his wife and child to a career criminal, it seems life cant get much worse. But when the killer is let off with time served on remand, Gray knows there is something fundamentally wrong with the justice system. Engaging the help of his ex-SAS buddies, he kidnaps five repeat offenders and asks the public to vote on their fate: Should they be allowed to continue their criminal ways with inadequate punishment, or has Britain had enough? His website attracts a worldwide audience and, although the authorities know where he is, they are powerless… (more)



The Silence of the Stones by Rebecca Bryn

Shelfbuzz Score: 7.4 (out of 10)

Genre(s): Mystery

Mystery, murder, suspense, with psychological depths, heartbreaking undertones and romantic overtones. Twists and turns will keep you guessing to the end. Alana is a struggling artist and sculptor, scarred by her parents relationship and a lost love but determined to grab life by the throat, whatever the cost. Opportunity beckons when she is left a cottage in a West Wales village by an aunt she didnt know existed, but strange runes painted on her door and carved onto ancient stones in a stone circle, hint at a dark undercurrent of tragedy and intrigue and she is caught up in the… (more)



Matched by Angela Graham

Shelfbuzz Score: 7.2 (out of 10)

Genre(s): Romance

Date, Mate, Fate: Celebrity Edition The reality show like no other: Eight men, eight women, one mansion in paradise; their every move caught on camera for the world to see. Among the faces in the house: a mysterious cowboy, a cocky football star, a motocross god, and a broody Alpha calling all the shots. Thorough compatibility testing says everyone’s soulmate is there. Computers’ abilities are boundless, but can they be trusted with matters of the heart? Would you recognize “the one” when you saw them… (more)



A Winter Wrong: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation by Elizabeth Ann West

Shelfbuzz Score: 6.7 (out of 10)

Genre(s): Romance, Historical

When Jane Bennets illness at Netherfield ends up not being just a trifling cold, but an epidemic that sweeps through Hertfordshire, the lives at Longbourn are turned upside down. Elizabeth Bennet finds herself lost without a cherished loved one and the interferences of one Fitzwilliam Darcy most aggravating. Combating the bombastic behavior of Mr. Collins, Elizabeth runs to London for the protection of her aunt and uncle. But acquaintances and introductions bring Mr. Darcy back into her life and Elizabeth discovers he might just mend her broken heart.A sweetheart romantic novella, A Winter Wrong is the first in a… (more)



The Tea Plantation by Nicola Italia

Shelfbuzz Score: 6.7 (out of 10)

Genre(s): Romance, Historical

In Victorian era London, educated beauty Alexandria Ellsworth hastily accepts a marriage proposal after a broken engagement leaves her reputation in question. She knows little of her intended husband Edmund Bainbridge but is assured that he will offer her a comfortable, secure life.When Edmund spots the green-eyed beauty at a posh London tea room he decides she and no other will be his wife and he whisks her away to his tea plantation in Ceylon. However once in Ceylon, Edmund loses interest in his new bride and becomes distant and cold neglecting her for long periods of time… (more)



Tales Of Hope and Time by Ian Anderson

Shelfbuzz Score: 6.5 (out of 10)

Genre(s): Sci-fi, Free

After frantic effort, Professor John Elliott discovers how to look into the future. He is desperate to save the life of his wife Fleur, who is dying of cancer. He hides in a medical school library overnight where he can record the computer screens of future readers as they research cancer topics. He learns that he will deliver a public lecture in the future in which he will announce stunning details of cancer prevention and cure. Can he watch his future self and did he save his wife… (more)



The Society of Orion Book Three: Deception: Colton Banyon Mysteries by Gerald J. Kubicki

Shelfbuzz Score: 6.3 (out of 10)

Genre(s): Paranormal, Thriller, Sci-fi

What would happen if a country like North Korean obtained the Orion weapons? They are only in Poland a few hours and the Patel sisters face a monstrous threat as several mercenaries invade their hotel suite intending to kill them and steal the talisman they have brought from India. With the help of Colton Banyon they manage to capture the men and set them free in the park across the street. They then head off to Freud-a-size several other people.Eric and Loni head off to another location to recover another talisman, but run into a very unhappy… (more)