Friday, June 6, 2014
Free and bargain Kindle books! (Friday June 6)
The Hanover Square Affair (Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries Book 1), by Ashley Gardner. (Still free?)
"(Top Pick!) With her vivid depiction of the era, Gardner brings her novel to life, from the streets inhabited by the destitute to the mansions of the wealthy." -- RT BookReviews
In the tradition of Anne Perry, Ms. Gardner's debut delivers an emotional and compelling historical mystery." -- Suan Wilson, The Best Reviews
319 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 89 reviews.
The Cut-Out, by Jon King. (Still 0.99?)
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"Breathtaking, compelling, intensely personal throughout - and terrifyingly true. The Cut-Out is probably the most important spy novel I've ever read." -- Richard Collins, Onside Review
"This really is a remarkable story, brilliantly told. For the first time I can now understand exactly how and why Princess Diana could have been murdered." -- Amazon UK reviewer
330 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 43 reviews.
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
339 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 102 reviews.
Chinese Girl in the Ghetto, by Ying Ma. (Still 0.99?)
"Chinese Girl in the Ghetto shattered my preconceptions about life in inner city America. In trying to make sense of the senseless violence she witnessed in Oakland, as well as the challenges her family underwent while living under an autocratic regime, Ying Ma tells a tale that is much more than a memoir. On its surface, the book offers a poignant story about one family's cross-cultural experience. But at a deeper level, it is a fascinating anecdotal account of the the unintended results of government planning in two very different societies. Sometimes funny, often tragic, but always brutally honest, Chinese Girl in the Ghetto is a gripping read that challenges us to question what freedom really means." -- Amazon reviewer
176 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 92 reviews.
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