Monday, March 31, 2014

Free and bargain Kindle books! (Monday Mar 31)

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52 Steps to Murder (Book 1 Dekker Cozy Mystery Series), by Steve Demaree. (Still free?)

"This book is perfect for anyone & everyone who has ever pretended to play detective alongside their old favorites. And again, Steve masters the ability to make another book ideal for all ages. So if you want to relive your adventures with Nancy or the Hardys, or maybe want your children to have the same experience, I highly recommend starting with the Lt. Dekker & Sgt. Murdock series." -- Amazon reviewer

An elderly woman is found poisoned in the upstairs bedroom of her home whose from door stands 52 steps above the street in an old-fashioned whodunit that blends clues, red herrings, suspects, and humor.

221 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 65 reviews.

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The Watchman's File, by Barry M. Lando. (Still 1.99?)

"If you have one book to read at the beach this summer, this is it." -- Jim Bittermann, CNN

"Ed, look. Something has happened. It's about your country and mine. It's serious... believe me. Come!" Ed Diamond, reporter for Focus, America's preeminent TV news show, is summoned urgently to Israel by an old friend, Dov Ben-Ami, formerly a top official of Israel's Mossad. But before they can meet, a terrorist bomb blows Dov apart. Determined to discover why the Israeli was killed, Diamond embarks on the most astonishing investigation he's ever undertaken. From the Dead Sea to the Old City of Jerusalem, to Tel Aviv and Paris, Washington and New York, he unravels an on-going mystery that began with the nefarious links between America's greatest corporations and Hitler's Third Reich. In the end, Ed attempts to thwart a deadly terrorist attack targeting Manhattan.

He's pitted against one of the U.S.'s most powerful families and a fanatical group of right-wing Israelis, ready to kill to protect a World War II intelligence coup that is still Israel's most potent weapon and most closely guarded secret, "The Watchman's File."

321 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 59 reviews.

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Cadets, by Edward Miller. (Still 2.99?)

"The book provides well-rounded characters that learn to work together and solve problems practically... even the aliens aren't blank evil forces bent on destroying all life on other planets; they feel that they have a legitimate grievance. [Cadets is] enjoyable, fun, and full of adventure. This one really shouldn't be passed over." -- Impact Online

On a remote training planet, hotshot Earth Defense Fleet Cadet Ryan Thompson and his peace loving ex-girlfriend Amanda Williamson can't agree on anything. But when news comes of an alien invasion of Earth--the first in human history--they are thrown together on a deadly, unauthorized mission to face an unknown enemy. What they find is beyond their wildest expectations. A discovery that changes everything they thought they knew...about their hostile adversaries--and mankind.

With a trail of riddles and mysteries, epic space battles and journeys to the far corners of Earth, this "Star Trek meets Indiana Jones" Sci-Fi Adventure from Author Edward Miller should appeal to fans of Sci-Fi Space Operas and Young Adult Science Fiction. Edward Miller's debut novel with co-author J.B. Manas, The Kronos Interference, was named to Kirkus reviews best of 2012 and received a Starred Review from Kirkus, which called it "Impressively original" and a "Tour De Force."

339 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 102 reviews.

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Just Deserts (Hetta Coffey Series (Book 4)), by Jinx Schwartz. (Still free?)

"Jinx Schwartz makes me laugh. Hetta Coffey books are feel-good reads. We know we're in for it when she observes, "I was off on another adventure, and this time with a regular old, probably boring job where I couldn't get into any trouble." Trouble in the mines? Nah. So what's with smugglers, drugs, dirty bombs and terrorists, and what do they have to do with boredom? To say nothing of flying pigs. That's not all. Boat troubles and love troubles jazz up the mystery in romantic Baja. This fourth in the series is highly recommended for pure enjoyment." -- Amazon reviewer

Hetta Coffey is a woman with a yacht, and she's not afraid to use it.
As a self employed engineering consultant with a penchant of oddball-read: shady- projects, she has a way of attracting trouble.
With her floating home drydocked for repairs in Mexico, Hetta needs a place to live and a job to pay the boatyard. Landing a project at a mining operation not far from her boat, Hetta finds herself on the tumultuous Arizona/Mexico border, where all hell is breaking loose even before she gets there.

328 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 61 reviews.

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