Here is today's selection of free and bargain Kindle books!
Dead In Red (The Jeff Resnick Mysteries), by L.L. Bartlett.
This series is a favorite among KB members! And the first one, Murder on the Mind, is free right now.
"For all Jeff Resnick lovers and those yet to discover this unique sleuth, L.L. Bartlett's second suspense mystery, DEAD IN RED brings back a loved set of characters to a new mystery territory, closer to home yet one that takes them to the darker sides of society and the dark secrets of individuals nearby. The psychic sleuth gives a nice twist to the unfolding mystery, but this Jeff Resnick mystery also has an extra dimension as L.L. Bartlett peers deeper into the relationship and tensions between Jeff and his brother." -- D. Merriman Crawford
280 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 66 reviews.
Under the Moon (Goddesses Rising), by Natalie J. Damschroder.
This book has action, romance, mystery, and a paranormal element. And reportedly is just steamy enough.
"This book was an awesome read. I was hooked from the moment I started reading. The feelings running rampant between Nick, Sam, and Quinn was palpable with every turn of the page. There were quite a few twists and very unexpected turns that lent even more flame to the fire already burning between the trio.
Natalie did a brilliant job in establishing each character and the world they live in. The lore behind goddesses walking amongst us and gods being practically extinct was quite interesting. Enjoyed it immensely. I'm looking forward to reading more of this series soon. Truly recommend it." -- N. Medina
352 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 15 reviews.
Technomancer (Unspeakable Things: Book One), by B.V. Larson.
BV Larson is a long time member of KB. Congrats to BV on being part of the Kindle Daily Deal.
"This book is very suspenseful and will keep you reading to find out what is going to happen next. This is the first book I've read by Larson but it won't be the last. What a great writer he is as he really drew me into the life of Quentin Draith." -- G. Messersmith
369 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 47 reviews.
Beta, by Rachel Cohn.
This book, aimed at teens, is an exploration of what it means to be human.
"A provocative, intellectually stimulating and emotionally engaging tale of humanity, identity, ethics and free will, BETA is, in a word, fascinating. In this fun to read, absorbing and unique novel, Rachel Cohn addresses some interesting ethical issues about the pitfalls of cloning and bio-genetics. She introduces us to a great new heroine that, engineered to serve the wealthy residents of Demesne, is forced to either obediently follow all the rules or die. Disquieting, thrilling and haunting, BETA is the first book in what quickly became one of my new favourite YA dystopian series!" -- Evie Seo
336 pages, with a 3.7-star rating from 34 reviews.