Can cold wars ever really end? In 1972, Richard Nixon travelled to Beijing to meet with Chairman Mao after backchannel communications opened up an opportunity to speak directly with the Communist Party. Their meeting changed the balance of power throughout the world, and with it, the course of history. Now, the Cold War, thought to be over, may have taken a new turn as Arthur Biers, a young historian, inadvertently gets involved in an illegal raid of the tomb of China’s first emperor. On a mission to preserve history, Arthur learns he may have forever altered its course.
Hi mystery fans! Another week bites the dust and that means it’s time for clicking all the links, Kindle deals, and I found you some great audiobooks on Hoopla!
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Pamela Samuels Young’s In Firm Pursuit is $4.99! (The sequel to Every Reasonable Doubt, a great legal mystery which is $0–not a typo, seriously the first in the series is FREE and I really recommend it–Review)
And I just bought Gretchen McNeil’s Ten for $1.99 because it’s a YA horror novel based on Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None!
Audiobooks On Hoopla (If you don’t know about Hoopla)
My next listen: Three-Fifths by John Vercher, which is from a brand new crime imprint which I’m loving.
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