Thursday, 22 December 2011

High Heels Mysteries Boxed Set On Sale for Kindle

Just a heads up, if you like the High Heels Mysteries, they are on sale today only for $1.99. There are five in this boxed set.

Buy it here. (amazon.com only)

15 comments:

  1. Oh, wow! Thanks, Clarissa! Never tried them but for $1.99? Who can resist!

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  2. Great price! I love your 'finds' on the internet!

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  3. That set looks much better in print! LOL! Ok, off I go and hide! Take care
    x

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  4. sounds like a nice Christmas present for ladies :)

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  5. That is a great price. I have no idea if I'd like them or not but at a $1.99? That's giving them away.

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  6. Great find! Hope you have a merry Christmas and a happy new year, Clarissa!

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  7. Never read them, but loooove the price!

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  8. I'm not a big mystery book reader but I enjoy a good find. Clarissa, THIS is definitely a good find. Off to get them. Heck, just can't resist the price. SQUIRREL!

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  9. I'm not big on mysteries, but I do like a bargain. And a box set on the Kindle? I hadn't thought of that.

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  10. I'd like to make this push for Heather's contest, which has nine days left in it. If you don't publish this comment, I'll understand, but here it is. I'm posting this on all the blogs I read today:

    If you like winning, here's an easy one for you: Heather is having a contest:

    http://mydemonspirits.blogspot.com/

    To write a Xmas story in 500 words or less. You can enter until the 31st. Right now I'm winning, which isn't fair because I didn't even follow the rules. Which means pretty much any story you write is going to win. You could write "Christmas" 500 times in a row and beat me, and probably that would win some sort of literary award because we live in a stupid postmodern age. But I'm serious: Go enter! When people hold contests, we should enter, and everyone's got one Christmas story in them. Here, I'll get you started:

    1. An elderly woman finds a mysterious package under her Christmas tree on Christmas Eve. She lives alone, and it's signed "From Santa."

    2. A spaceship lands in Bethlehem on the night of the first Christmas.

    3. Two boxers in the locker room talk about the fight they just had and their plans for Christmas.

    Come on, get writing!

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  11. What a deal! I think I know somebody who would love these!
    Thanks...

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  12. apa sounds like a relly opcion to the ladys from christmas

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  13. Never heard of this series until now. :P

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