FREE Ebook: *Expired* Emeralds, Diamonds, and Amethysts

For a limited time, May 11 through 15, you can download the Kindle edition of Emeralds, Diamonds, and Amethysts for Free. Here’s the description from Amazon:

1920s detectives, Grace & Jack, return with cool cats, Tatania and Zeus, who solve mysteries without missing a nap. In Emeralds, Diamonds, and Amethysts, they race bootleggers to find an extraordinary jewel collection. Emeralds, Diamonds, and Amethysts is about a code known only to women who fight for the rights of all women.

Women wanted to vote. Suffragettes had a code they expressed through jewelry. Emeralds = Green = G = Give. Diamonds = White = W = Women. Amethysts = Violet = V = Votes. Give Women Votes

Excerpt from Emeralds, Diamonds, and Amethysts:

You’re a natural detective. So is Tatania. Women and cats are unafraid, curious, and get away with more simply by being cute. They appear innocuous. That’s why they’re dangerous.” Jack winked at her.

You can download your FREE copy by clicking on the book’s cover image at the beginning of this post.

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4 Responses to FREE Ebook: *Expired* Emeralds, Diamonds, and Amethysts

  1. Emily Endrizzi says:

    That sounds like a fantastic book! Thanks for sharing the sale!

  2. Ronald Gagnon says:

    This post contains some very interesting and I believe little known facts regarding the suffragettes and their measures they had to go through to enable their cause, and that of all women, to flourish

  3. Ellie Di says:

    Wooow, going to download my copy ASAP! I love the historical period the novel is set so I can’t wait to read it!

  4. Jerry Marquardt says:

    Thank you for offering the free eBook. This looks like such a fantastic book.

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