Good morning! Today we have not four, not six, but *nine* highly-rated Kindle books selected for you - and they're all free today! Enjoy.
Two Graves (A Kesle City Homicide Novel), by D.A. Graystone. (Still free?)
Let's start off with this hard-boiled thriller! If you like police procedurals, and murder mysteries, download this thrill ride today for free!
"They say `When you set out on revenge, dig two graves.' Well, I'm afraid
in this particular book two would be definitely not be enough. Reading this well-written novel, I felt like watching a good movie/thriller, horrified but unable to stop. The well developed characters, their diversity and depth, the delightfully flowing language, the rich descriptions, all of those did the trick, keeping me on my toes up to the very end of this story. " -- Zoe Saadia, Amazon reviewer
314 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 45 reviews.
The Living Image, by Pamela M. Richter. (Still free?)
An attractive model gets cloned, unbeknownst to her, in this thriller. Take this fun ride for free today, with its touches of emotion, humor, and mystery.
"An exciting and detailed thriller story which simply oozes with suspense and greedy characters! If you like The Fugitive, The Pelican Brief, or The Client then this story is for you!" -- Huntress Book Reviews
"A page turner that draws the mettle of the story to a satisfying conclusion, and proves that when you think you have reached your darkest hour, the brightest of your dreams can come true..." -- Betty Wiechert, former reviewer for Affaire de Coeur magazine
330 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 13 reviews.
UNPLUGGED (A PORTRAIT OF A ROCK STAR), by J.P. Grider. (Still free?)
This contemporary romantic suspense novel won awards in the Textnovel Writing Contest, reaching Semi-finalist position. Try it free today!
"As a child of the 80's and still a fan of the whole music scene, this book was a "must read" for me. In this book you feel the real after-effects of tragedy and betrayal and also love and forgiveness. I enjoyed the conflicts and the resolutions. If you love the 80's, music, mystery, and romance give this book a try. " -- N. Hall, Amazon reviewer
304 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 24 reviews.
Protector (Crossfire), by Gennita Low. (Still free?)
If you can get past the beefcake cover, action and suspense and romance await you - in this book that just broke the Top 100 in the Kindle Free store.
"It's fun to see the testosterone fly when eight SEALs are told they have to follow a woman's orders! Gennita Low's male dialogue seems very true to life and at times very amusing.
I really enjoyed the "guy" camaraderie in her story and it's fun to be reunited with Hawk (yum-yum), Cucumber, Dirk and Mink again. If you've enjoyed Ms. Low's other books, I guarantee you won't be disappointed with this one. " -- M. Hammon, Amazon reviewer
356 pages, with a 4-star rating from 34 reviews.
eBully, by Dave Conifer. (Still free?)
A Young Adult book plotted around the timely topic of Internet bullying. Free today!
"Well written with great characters, eBully did a good job of building suspense and also added in some twists that I didn't see coming." - Arkali
"In these days of every kid having a cell phone, I think it's an important subject to broach with your kids and this is a great way to start that conversation." - Candy Beauchamp
189 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 21 reviews.
Cornerstone (Souls Of The Stones), by Kelly Walker. (Still free?)
We don't usually feature books with only one review, but the sample of this Young Adult fantasy impressed us with the quality of writing and how quickly it pulls you in. Try this one for free!
"Ms. Walker's first novel in a new high fantasy world is an engaging, fast-moving read with a primary antagonist that rather sneaks up on you. She keeps you guessing for quite some time during the book! Her heroine is likeable, both her servant and her best friend are also engaging and have their likeable foibles." -- Shez L. Lyman, Amazon reviewer
263 pages, with a 4-star rating from 1 reviews.
They Met At Shiloh, by Phillip Bryant. (Still free?)
Let's switch genres for a look at this well-reviewed work of historical fiction set in the Civil War era.
"They Met at Shiloh follows four men across the battlefield of Shiloh during the American Civil War. Each man must fight not only the battle set before him, but internal wars as well. If someone asks 'what was it like to be a soldier in the western theatre of the Civil War,' 'They Met at Shiloh' is highly recommended.
Bryant brings to life the soldiers who fought for a variety of reasons, risking their lives for their 'pards' and their country. Well researched, well thought out, and well worth the money." -- Peter Leavell, Amazon reviewer
221 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 17 reviews.
Freedom's Sword, a Historical Novel of Scotland, by J.R. Tomlin. (Still free?)
This 250-page prequel to the Black Douglas Trilogy takes you to 1296 A.D., and introduces you to newly-knighted Andrew de Moray, who finds himself leading a Scottish rebellion. Pick up this well-researched, tightly-written historical fiction today while it's free!
"Tomlin has created a fast paced, well -written read that any historical fiction lover will enjoy." - Great Minds Think Aloud Book Club
"The novel is engrossing and rich with detail. Tomlin makes these historic figures approachable and lifelike in a way that makes you root for them and understand their motivation. - The Kindle Book Review
251 pages, with a 4-star rating from 35 reviews.
Screenwriting Tricks For Authors (and Screenwriters!), by Alexandra Sokoloff. (Still free?)
Authors and wanna-be writers! (That's all of us, right!?) Here's an extremely well-reviewed treatise on writing from Alexandra Sokoloff, whose writing has been praised by the New York Times as "some of the most original and freshly unnerving work in the genre."
Get this treasure trove of practical advice, free today!
"Sokoloff's advice is spot-on, and her teaching style is direct and effective. A must-have book for authors and screenwriters."
--- JA Konrath, bestselling author of A Newbie's Guide To Publishing
"Sokoloff is a generous mentor with the gifted ability to address a storyteller's practical concerns while encouraging artistic integrity and every author's unique voice. Only three of my half dozen novels have been written with her unwitting guidance, but I can guarantee that with this book at my fingertips, all my future work- and my reading audience - will benefit from her advice. Recommended without reservation."
--- Vicki Pettersson, bestselling author of the Sign of the Zodiac series
263 pages, with a 5-star rating from 26 reviews.
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