Saturday Book Sales

Saturday Book Sales: March 20, 2021

It’s time for another list of #SaturdayBookSales! 

Each Saturday I hunt down the best book deals I can find and share them in a new post!

If you want to participate you can do so by sharing a link to a good deal you’ve found in the comments of our weekly post or…

  • create your own post featuring deals you’ve found. 
  • tag me so I can add a link to your post here. 
  • if you want, you can use the image so I can find your posts more easily. 

You can share one deal or several, it’s completely up to you. This way all of us avid readers can give our pocketbooks a break while still hitting the books!

Oh, and if you don’t find what you’re looking for here, head over to Bargain Sleuth and check out Jennifer’s list. She posts deals on Saturday and Sunday, and she always finds more than me!

Indian Horse

Ever since I read Winter Counts and Firekeeper’s Daughter, I’ve been pretty obsessed with finding great fiction by Native American writers. This one definitely fits on the list!

Buy Indian Horse: A Novel for $1.99

Above the Waterfall

When an elderly local is accused of poisoning a stream in small-town Appalachia, Sheriff Les and Park Ranger Becky are forced to confront their community’s dark tensions.

Buy Above the Waterfall: A Novel for $1.99.

My Mother She Killed Me, My Father He Ate Me

It’s another fairytale anthology featuring Neil Gaiman and Joyce Carol Oates! Honestly, if the title isn’t enough to win you over, then I don’t know what is.

Buy My Mother She Killed Me, My Father He Ate Me: Forty New Fairy Tales for $1.99.

Murder at the Mena House

In 1920s Egypt, Jane Wunderly arrives at Cairo’s Mean House Hotel. The other guests include a handsome banker, an unpleasant playboy, and a socialite who ends up dead–forcing Jane to play sleuth.

Buy Murder at the Mena House for $1.99.

These Vengeful Hearts

Two years ago, a secret society of high school girls called the Red Court caused an accident that left Ember’s sister paralyzed. Now, Ember wants to take down the Red Court from the inside.

Buy These Vengeful Hearts for $1.99.

The Truth About Aaron

Here’s your weekly dose of True Crime: When football player Aaron Hernandez was arrested for the murder of Odin Lloyd in 2013, it sent shock waves across the country. In this unforgettable read, Hernandez’s brother examines the person he grew up with–and the horrifying act that would change their lives forever.

Buy The Truth About Aaron: My Journey to Understand My Brother for $2.99.

The Long Earth

I feel like the fact that this is a science fiction novel by the amazing Terry Pratchett should be enough to entice you, but if not, here’s the log line: A shocking invention leads to the discovery of alternate worlds and changes the course of humanity.

Buy The Long Earth for $1.99.

Robin

Who doesn’t love Robin Williams?!

Buy Robin for $1.99.

Winter Loon

This “haunting debut novel about family and sacrifice” is one of Amazon’s daily deals, so if you want it, you’ll want to get it today!

Buy Winter Loon: A Novel for $0.99

Valley of the Dolls

At a time when women were destined to become housewives, Jacqueline Susann let us dream. Anne, Neely, and Jennifer become best friends as struggling young women in New York City trying to make their mark. Eventually, they climb their way to the top of the entertainment industry only to find that there’s no place left to go but down, into the Valley of the Dolls. This is another daily deal, so order it today!

Buy Valley of the Dolls: 50th Anniversary Edition for $1.99.

American Gods

If you haven’t read this one yet, you’re missing out on a classic!

Buy American Gods: The Tenth Anniversary Edition: A Novel for $2.99.

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