The Delphi Agenda, by Rob Swigart. (Still 2.99?)
"A marvelous ride! Rob Swigart is a consummate storyteller and The Delphi Agenda has everything you could ask for in a thriller: compelling characters and cryptic clues, exotic locales and edge of your seat pacing, not to mention some truly despicable villains that will stay with you long after the final page is turned. Bravo to the author for a smart, entertaining read. I particularly enjoyed the mild touch of irony at times. This is a book that plays with the conventions of a thriller, even as it satisfies them in spades." -- Amazon reviewer
335 pages, with a 4-star rating from 93 reviews.
Dogschwitz, by Kim Cano. (Still 0.99?)
"A little book with a huge impact. Not only should anyone who even remotely cares about animals read "Dogschwitz," anyone who has a heart should read it. Although a quick read, the impact that it has is lasting.
Dogschwitz" reinforces the fact that each of us can affect a positive result in someone's life. Even if we cannot fix the whole of a problem, each individual can positively influence the world for good. " Rory and Anita also remind the reader that joy and love may spring out of the most dire circumstance." -- Amazon reviewer
39 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 17 reviews.
Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer (Nightmares Trilogy), by Demelza Carlton. (Still 2.99?)
"Brutal and engaging. This is not the kind of book I usually read, but that's a good thing. New vistas are always good for the mind. This one is a dark tale about a woman who has been horribly abused and the man who makes a commitment to be her savior, regardless of the cost. This young woman is so badly hurt by her experiences that she withdraws into her own nightmares during her coma, which occupies the first fifth of the book. Slowly, as she awakens and comes out of her cocoon, the truth about her experiences come to light. The author handles this material very well and makes the unbearable easy to read. Paced for suspense, this book delivers." -- Amazon reviewer
267 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 15 reviews.
Maximizing Brain Control : Unleash The Genius In You, by Greg Frost. (Still 1.47?)
During this new release, with any purchase of the new publication "Maximizing Brain Control" between 15 Oct to 17 Oct , you will be entitled to receive a free bonus program entitled "Mind Verge" worth $97. http://www.mindverge.com/.
Mind Verge talk about a scientifically proven method that actually "Reprograms" your mind into a state more conducive to whatever it's that you've trying to accomplish.
"I always felt like I had more potential than I was displaying. This book really enlightened me on how to increase my ability to make cognitive connections, increase my memory and to speak better, among many other things. There are people who are born with the ability to command their brain to deliver information as needed, but for many it's a tedious process of connecting the dots to retrieve data. This book has helped me with this filing process and as a result I am better at remembering names, solving problems, I have greater command over the english vocabulary, etc, etc. This is a great book and a must read for anyone who is interested in increasing their brain power." -- Amazon reviewer
62 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 7 reviews.
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