Today's selection includes two free and two bargain Kindle books!
Liquid Fear, by Scott Nicholson. (Still 0.99?)
From horror master Scott Nicholson comes this 99-cent deal - where a pharmaceutical trial has terrifying and sinister results.
"Nobody thrills like Nicholson does. Nobody." - J.A. Konrath, Stirred
"Scott Nicholson knows the territory. Follow him at your own risk." - Stewart O'Nan, A Prayer for the Dying
"This is one author who aims for the kill and never misses." - Jeremy Robinson, Torment
280 pages, with a 3.4-star rating from 221 reviews.
THEN LIKE THE BLIND MAN: Orbie's Story, by Freddie Owens Wegela. (Still free?)
An unforgettable tale of prejudice, kindness, and justice in the 1950s. "Beautiful literary fiction, in the grand Southern tradition."
"Reminiscent of To Kill A Mockingbird, this "sensitive and gripping" coming-of-age story evokes backcountry Kentucky in the troubled 1950's in prose that's spare yet lyrical -- a "special" novel worthy of joining the ranks of an illustrious Southern literary tradition." - Kindle Nation
"Every once in awhile, you read a book in which every element fits together so perfectly that you just sit back in awe at the skill of the storyteller. Then Like the Blind Man is one of these books. ...[It] grabs you from the very first page and carries you along, breathless and tense, until the very last, very satisfying sentence. Freddie Owens has created something special." - The San Francisco Book Review
"In an American coming-of-age novel, the author presents a stunning story with clarity and historical accuracy, rich in illuminating the Appalachian culture of the time period. ...[It] brings history alive, depicting American union labor practices and the racial prejudices that were so prevalent in the 1950's." - Publisher's Weekly
326 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 91 reviews.
Criminal Decision, by Jill Kramer. (Still 3.99?)
In this debut novel, journalist Jill Kramer presents a poignant look into the family court system and its flaws in protecting children.
"Jill Kramer's realistic novel of the agony of a single mother who tries and fails to protect her toddler daughter from a sexually abusive and powerful grandfather is sadly played out daily in this country. Readers will be shocked to learn how corrupt court appointed officials, venal attorneys and inept judges discount and discredit Gina Seymour and deliver her three year old daughter Emily into the roving hands of her vapid ex-husband's deviant father. Smoothly written and full of unforgettable scenes, Criminal Decision is a must read for anyone concerned about the welfare of children too young to protect themselves." -- Amazon Reviewer
249 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 22 reviews.
How to Organize Your Life (At Home), by Higher Read. (Still free?)
Tips for people who live in small spaces, have limited time, or have roommates. So whether you own a mansion or rent a room, this book can help you take your home from chaos to order. Free today!
"Any book that helps me to organize my postage-stamp-sized apartment is welcome in my library, and this book has very useful ideas, some quite easy and inexpensive." -- Amazon reviewer
77 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 16 reviews.
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