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text 2017-07-15 22:35
Multi-Author Mystery and Thriller Sale (My rare promotional post)
The Calling (Mae Martin Mysteries Book 1) - Amber Foxx

Since a  lot of the people who follow this review blog are mystery fans, I thought you might like to know where you can find  some mystery and thriller bargains this weekend. Book One in the Mae Martin Psychic Mystery Series, The Calling, is on sale for 99 cents along with many others, spanning all aspects of the mystery and thriller genres.

 

For my fellow Nook owners and others who read on something other than a Kindle, my books are on all e-book retail sites, never just Amazon.

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text 2016-12-15 15:55
My Rare Promotional Post: 99 Cent Sale
The Calling (Mae Martin Mysteries Book 1) - Amber Foxx

The first book in the Mae Martin Psychic Mystery Series, The Calling, is on sale for 99 cents through the end of December on all e-book retail sites.

 

"Great books that are impossible to classify … Mae, the series character, is a psychic, but the books will appeal even to readers who aren’t big fans of the paranormal in fiction. Mae is a very real, very grounded character, and her journey makes for compelling page-turners that will keep you surprised."  Saints and Trees blog, Best Books of 2014

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text 2016-08-11 18:08
New Release from Amber Foxx
Ghost Sickness (Mae Martin Mysteries Book 5) - Amber Foxx

Some of my favorite places in New Mexico are featured in the latest Mae Martin Mystery: the Mescalero Apache reservation, where Mae finally meets her friend Bernadette Pena’s family and attends a ceremony and a powwow; and of course Truth or Consequences, my home and Mae’s. I enjoyed bringing a few of the local businesses and the work of one of T or C’s stellar artists into the plot—with their permission, of course. The cover image reminds me of Mescalero with its high mountains and its sky full of stars.

 

 

Ghost Sickness

The fifth Mae Martin Psychic Mystery

A visit to the Mescalero Apache reservation turns from vacation to turmoil for Mae Martin.

 

Reno Geronimo has more money than a starving artist should. He’s avoiding his fiancée and his family. His former mentor, nearing the end of her life, refuses to speak to him and no one knows what caused the rift. Distressed and frustrated, Reno’s fiancée asks Mae to use her psychic gift to find out what he’s hiding. Love and friendship are rocked by conflict as she gets closer and closer to the truth.

 

The Mae Martin Series

No murder, just mystery. Every life hides a secret, and love is the deepest mystery of all.

 

For purchase links: https://amberfoxxmysteries.com/the-mae-martin-mysteries/ghost-sickness/

 

If you haven’t yet started the series, you can buy the e-book of The Calling (book one), for ninety-cents from all major e-book retailers. The sale runs Aug. 10 through August 25. Purchase links:

https://amberfoxxmysteries.com/the-mae-martin-mysteries/the-calling

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text 2015-11-30 15:48
Whole Series #Sale: Murder-less Mysteries
The Calling (Mae Martin Mysteries Book 1) - Amber Foxx
Shaman's Blues - Amber Foxx
Snake Face (Mae Martin Mysteries Book 3) - Amber Foxx
Soul Loss (Mae Martin Mysteries Book 4) - Amber Foxx

All books in the award-winning Mae Martin Psychic mystery series are on sale for $2.99. Marked down from $3.99. You could think of it as “buy three get one free.”

 

Learn more about the books at

https://amberfoxxmysteries.wordpress.com

Sales links for all retailers (Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Apple, ScribD and more)

https://amberfoxxmysteries.wordpress.com/buy-books-retail-links

 

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review 2015-10-17 08:00
The Outlaw Women
The Outlaw Women - Amber Foxx

I read the first book in the Mae Martin series last year but it wasn't really something for me. (You can read my review of The Calling here)

 

But since I already downloaded this free short story that was set before the series, I decide to read this short story featuring Mae's grandmother who's still imported in (at least the first book of) the series.

 

And I enjoyed this story more than the actual book (for as far as I can remember). The writing was good and there for once actually was some kind of a mystery was going on. For anyone who likes the series, I'd definitely recommend it. It used to be available to read on GoodReads but I can't find it any more.

 

The Outlaw Women is a short story set before the rest of the series. The Calling is the first book in the Mae Martin Mysteries.

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