Saturday, May 25, 2013

Kindle Daily Deals: James Lee Burke, historical romance, sci-fi and three of the popular kid's Maisy series! $0.99 and $1.99!

Today's Daily Deals include a best-selling mystery, a historical romance, a sci-fi and three books in popular kid's series

Here's today's Kindle Daily Deal, available for $0.99 today!

Heaven's Prisoners (Dave Robicheaux Mysteries), by James Lee Burke.

Vietnam vet Dave Robicheaux has turned in his detective's badge, is winning his battle against booze, and has left New Orleans with his wife for the tranquil beauty of Louisiana's bayous. But a plane crash on the Gulf brings a young girl into his life -- and with her comes a netherworld of murder, deception, and homegrown crime. Suddenly Robicheaux is confronting Bubba Rocque, a brutal hood he's known since childhood; Rocque's hungry Cajun wife; and a federal agent with more guts than sense. In a backwater world where a swagger and a gun go further than the law, Robicheaux and those he loves are caught on a tide of violence far bigger than them all....

320 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 8 reviews. X-Ray, enabled.




Here's today's Daily Romance Deal, available for $0.99 today!

Along Came a Duke: Rhymes With Love, by Elizabeth Boyle.

“Wit, passion, and adventure, Elizabeth Boyle has it all!”
—Julia Quinn

New York Times bestselling RIT Award winner Elizabeth Boyle is a wonder, and with Along Came a Duke—the first book in her delectable Rhymes with Love series based on well-known nursery rhymes—she proves once more that no one writes wittier, more endearing and original historical romance. Returning once more to England during the colorful Regency Era, Boyle transports readers to the small town of Kempton, where a local curse prevents the female residents from wedding—a fact that cannot deter a plucky young heiress who needs to marry to inherit her fortune, as she strikes out for London to wed a rakish and unsuspecting duke. Funny, touching, and wonderfully sensuous, Along Came a Duke is a prime example of the exceptional romantic magic that puts Elizabeth Boyle in the same master class as Lisa Kleypas and Christina Dodd.

388 pages, with a 3.6-star rating from 73 reviews. Text to Speech, X-Ray, enabled.

Here's the next book in the series, not on sale:



Here's today's Daily Science Fiction/Fantasy Deal, available for $0.99 today!

Triplet, by Timothy Zahn.

For one researcher, Triplet is a marvel promising both advanced technology and magic. But a world of sinister secrets lurks just below the surface . . .

Grad student Danae Panya’s dream assignment has been approved. She’ll study Triplet, the strange planetary system scarred by nuclear war and connected through portals. The most experienced Courier of Triplet, Ravagin, will lead her to its hidden worlds—Threshold, Shamsheer, and Karyx—and introduce her to their secrets, including their advanced technology, their dark magic, and the captivating demon culture of the innermost planet. But though they begin their journey with only scholarly research in mind, Danae and Ravagin quickly find themselves embroiled in the menacing dynamics roiling throughout Triplet. Will Ravagin be able to get them both out alive'

384 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 8 reviews. Text to Speech, Lending enabled.



Here's today's Kindle Daily Deal, available for $1.99 today!

Maisy Goes to the Library, by Lucy Cousins.

Maisy likes going to the library. She loves to read a book in a nice, quiet place. Today, Maisy wants to read a book about fish, but she can only find books about birds or tigers. So she explores some of the other things to do in the library, like using the computer, making copies, listening to music, or looking at fish in the aquarium. Aha! Finally Maisy finds a sparkly book all about fish. But just as she settles into a corner to read, along come Cyril, Tallulah, Eddie, and Ostrich — and they all have noisier activities on their minds!

32 pages, with a 5.0-star rating from 6 reviews. Text to Speech, enabled.

Two other books in the series are also $1.99 today only:



Happy Reading!

Betsy

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