Thursday, August 13, 2015

Free and bargain Kindle Books! (Thursday Aug 13)

Here is today's selection of bargain Kindle books!

Three, Four ... Better lock your door (Rebekka Franck, Book 2), by Willow Rose. (Still 0.99?)

"I loved this book! It was thrilling and suspenseful and kept me turning the pages! Although this is the first one I've read I will definitely be devouring the rest of the series. I think I have yet another "favourite author"!" -- Amazon Reviewer

INTERNATIONAL BEST-SELLING SCANDINAVIAN MYSTERY 

It was supposed to be a night of fun, pleasure, lust and pain for Susanne Larsen when she agreed to meet with a stranger from a S&M chatroom. She met him for dinner that later led to casual, anonymous sex at the hotel-room at the local inn.

But someone else showed up in the room and suddenly it was no longer a game.

Zeeland Times star-reporter Rebekka Franck and her photographer Sune are covering the case for the news-paper and soon they find themselves deeply involved in a story of terrifying horror and ugly secrets.

Three, Four ... Better lock your door is a thrilling Scandinavian Mystery-novel from the International Bestselling author Willow Rose. It is followed by the third book in this series called Five, Six ... Grab your crucifix and Seven, Eight ... Gonna stay up late. Willow Rose's Horror Stories from Denmark is a collection of heart-stopping horror short-stories all related to Rebekka Franck and her Danish hometown.



281 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 250 reviews.

                     



Come on Home, Children (Children in Hiding Book 2), by Victoria Randall. (Still 3.99?)

"The plot is well crafted and the pacing is good. The suspense builds throughout and it isn’t until the very end that things are resolved. I enjoyed the descriptions of Seattle, similar to today’s city, and yet definitely changed. The setting definitely enhanced the plot. Readers of dystopian science fiction are sure to enjoy this exciting, heartfelt story." -- Amazon Reviewer

In the future, when an unlicensed pregnancy is a felony, Willa’s daughter Katy has been abducted by the ruthless Bureau of Population Management. Unless Willa can rescue her she faces a life of stigma, toil, and despair. With the help of some unlikely allies, Willa devises an audacious scheme to free Katy, but it will only work if she finds the courage to reinvent herself.

When no one is what they seem, the truth can be a dangerous luxury. Come on Home, Children is a dystopian thriller that tests whether love can outwit bureaucratic greed, and whether Willa can tread a treacherous path between reality and illusion.



263 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 11 reviews.

                     



Free today!

Hushabye (A Kate Redman Mystery: Book 1) (The Kate Redman Mysteries), by Celina Grace. (Still free?)

"This book was a very good mystery. No blood, no gore, just a good old fashioned mystery. Solid police work with a touch of woman's intuition. Kate Redman is a very likable character. I read this book in one sitting and did not guess whodunit until the end." -- Amazon Reviewer

A missing baby. A murdered girl. A case where everyone has something to hide...

On the first day of her new job in the West Country, Detective Sergeant Kate Redman finds herself investigating the kidnapping of Charlie Fullman, the newborn son of a wealthy entrepreneur and his trophy wife. It seems a straightforward case... but as Kate and her fellow officer Mark Olbeck delve deeper, they uncover murky secrets and multiple motives for the crime.

Kate finds the case bringing up painful memories of her own past secrets. As she confronts the truth about herself, her increasing emotional instability threatens both her hard-won career success and the possibility that they will ever find Charlie Fullman alive...

Hushabye (A Kate Redman mystery) is the the first novel in the best selling Kate Redman Mystery series from crime writer Celina Grace, author of Lost Girls and The House on Fever Street.



268 pages, with a 4-star rating from 681 reviews.

                     



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