Reaper's Run (Plague Wars), by David VanDyke. (Still 0.99?)
"When US Marine Sergeant Jill "Reaper" Repeth's legs are blown off in Iraq, she is sent home and to a cruise ship to recuperate. While on the ship she is unknowingly exposed to THE EDEN PLAGUE. She soon notices that her legs have begun to show some new growth. If you like real science fiction, military/black ops, suspense, thrillers, and exceptional story telling, then this book is for you. I can't recommend it highly enough." -- Amazon reviewer
208 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 9 reviews.
The United States of Vinland: The Landing (The Markland Trilogy 1), by Colin Taber. (Still 0.99?)
"One of the more enjoyable alternate history reads I've read for a long time. The story is interesting and uses fact wherever possible; the characters are plausible and very human in their reactions. Best of all the story doesn't descent in to melodrama or war-porn. The action is relevant, interesting and appropriate and serves to advance the story, not act as a primer in military technology and tactics.
The writer also has an interesting style - the text reads in a Norse voice - one of the hardest tricks for any writer to pull off . This helps pull the reader in to the story and establishes a view of the world from an insider's perspective (in this case the medieval Norse) that helps to bring the story alive.
Five stars and I'll definitely be buying the next one." -- Amazon reviewer
306 pages, with a 4-star rating from 68 reviews.
Still Not Dead, by Pegi Price. (Still 0.99?)
"Kept me moving! Pegi Price has done wonderful work on "Still Not Dead" and as some say to keep alive and live longer - keep moving! That is exactly what this work does.....you want to keep reading. Very entertaining and a good mix of scenes to keep the action rolling. I recommend that this would appeal to many audiences." -- Amazon reviewer
188 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 8 reviews.
Chesapeake 1850 (Steamboats & Oyster Wars: The News Reader), by Ken Rossignol. (Still 2.99?)
"Rossignol does it again! Readers will be transported back to the 1850's and his winning characters will escort you through the Civil War and beyond! You'll be a passenger on a steamboat and experience every facet of that mode of yesterday's travel.
You'll experience the oyster wars and really see what it was like in the galley's of these vessels. The trials and tribulations for ships to survive during the Civil War is brought out. Most of all you'll have a wonderful nostalgic visit to the United States of yesterday!" -- Amazon reviewer
109 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 7 reviews.
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