Book Of The Day – The Devil’s Dime

by Greg on July 1, 2013

Today’s Book of the Day is a Historical Suspense/Mystery novel by Bailey Bristol – and it’s 33% off for a limited time. The Devil’s Dime has a 4.2 star rating and it’s on sale for only $1.99 – save $1!

” The Devil’s Dime was an amazing read! There were twists that I was not ready for! I can not wait till they are all out! It can not come quick enough!” Kort – Amazon Reviewer



The Devil’s Dime
by Bailey Bristol
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Mystery
Price: $1.99 save $1

 

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New York City 1896
The tattered blue folder that was handed to Jess Pepper his first week on the job bulged with reports of violent crimes against women. Lovely, dark-haired women, caught alone after dark on streets New Yorkers thought of as safe. They were brutal crimes, by a fellow who was never caught, because each time, just as the young woman felt certain she drew her last breath, a man stepped from the shadows. And saved her. Now, twenty years later, the crudely lettered words penciled on the folder’s cover grabbed Jess and wouldn’t let go. The Samaritan Files. Twenty women had survived those crimes two decades ago, because of one good man. One good Samaritan. Who was he? And why hadn’t the city thanked him?

Chief Deacon Trumbull relished the lavish life he lived, a life of wealth and status far beyond what his salary and station should have garnered him. He wore only the best, smoked only the best, kept only the best in his well-stocked private bar, all paid for by years on “the take”, years living on the devil’s dime. He was not about to let an upstart investigative reporter at the New York Times threaten his lucrative empire. That would not happen. Not while Deacon Trumbull drew breath. Not as long as he could find that blasted Samaritan first. And make him disappear once and for all.

Addie Magee found a great deal more than she anticipated when she brought her violin to New York City. She found a group of young women ready to follow her lead into a promising career as the Avalon Strings. She found the father she hadn’t seen for sixteen years. And the young man to whom she was losing her heart threatened to ruin it all.

Now Addie is abducted, her father is about to be executed, and an evil man’s vengeance is unleashed, all because of Jess’s reporting.

And only Jess can save them.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

From its beautiful cover to the engaging tale that unfolds on this book’s pages, there is much to savor in this novel of suspense and heart-wrenching love. For a nice cozy mystery, this is definitely a great read!

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“Devil’s Dime is the first part of the Samaritan Files trilogy but it is a wonderful stand alone book. I definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a good historical crime book…” – Gillian | Goodreads

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“The Devil’s Dime” was an enjoyable read with enough mystery to keep you ready for the next turn of the page. Bailey Bristol has developed interesting characters with Addie & Jess, just the kind of people we all want to know. I am looking forward to the next book in the trilogy as well as any books written by Bailey Bristol.

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“The Devil’s Dime”, by Bailey Bristol is a fast paced read that is suspenseful, historical and romantic. If you enjoy historical fiction of this nature you’ll definitely enjoy “The Devil’s Dime”.

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A historical suspense novel that keeps your heart racing to the end, because of the combined mystery and romance. The well developed characters make the book all the more exciting to read.

Get The Devil’s Dime here: The Devil’s Dime

About The Author


Bailey Bristol, author of historical romantic suspense, lives in the American Midwest with her husband of forty-two years. As an accomplished director of opera and music theatre, a retired IT geek, and devoted grandmother, Bailey promises this to all her readers: “O! the places I will take you!”

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Bailey Bristol and ENT appreciate it.

 

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