Top books from Hachette are on sale until May 10. Novels from J.D. Salinger, Robert Galbraith, William P. Young, or Stephenie Meyer cost less than $4.99.
Mother’s Day 2020 is coming, and many Amazon users plan to buy books either for gifts or for themselves, taking advantage of pre-Mother’s Day book sales and deals that usually take place on Amazon at the beginning of May.
There is one fantastic deal you won’t find on the front page of Kindle Daily Deals. For some reason, Amazon is not eager to promote it as heavily as deals on books from their own publishing ecosystem.
Almost 100 books from bestselling authors have prices cut to under $5. The only link to this huge sale of books published by Hachette Book Group is from the home page of the Kindle Store. I couldn’t find any referring links from any other part of Amazon website.
This particular sale is worth exploring if you are looking for top books from renowned authors, such as Michael Connelly, J.D. Salinger, Nicholas Sparks, Harlan Coben, or James Patterson. Most books cost either $3.99 or $4.99, and only 12 of them you can grab for $1.99. Nethervelles, having in mind how good these books are, the sale is definitely worth taking a look at.
National Book Award Finalist Pachinko by Min Jin Lee, is an epic story of four generations of a poor Korean immigrant family “they fight to control their destiny in 20th-century Japan.” The novel costs normally
$15.99, but you can get it now for $4.99.
Mother’s Day 2020 Amazon book sale for Kindle includes three books by Michael Connelly. The Poet (book No. 1 from Jack McEvoy series), The Lincoln Lawyer (Mickey Haller book 1), and The Late Show (the first volume of Renee Ballard series) cost $4.99 each, letting you save 50% (the regular price is
$9.99 for each).
Harlan Coben’s recent bestselling thriller Run Away, telling a story of a perfect family who are shattered when their daughter goes missing, usually costs
$9.99 but until May 10, 2020, you can get its Kindle edition for $3.99.
Lovers of nonfiction can’t miss Good Economics for Hard Times by Abhijit V. Banerjee and Esther Duflo. The winners of the Nobel Prize show how economics, when done right, can help us solve the thorniest social and political problems of our day. The book was released in November 2019 at the list price of
$29.99, and now is down to only $3.99.
Finally, there is a classic from J.D. Salinger. The Catcher in the Rye is worth re-reading over and over again, and right now, instead of
$9.99 you can get if for half the price ($4.99).
The promotion runs between May 4 and 10, so make sure to grab your favorite titles before Sunday midnight.
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