Sunday, January 3, 2016
Free Kindle Books! (Sunday Jan 3)
Murder At The Bed & Breakfast: A Liz Lucas Cozy Mystery, by Dianne Harman. (Still free?)
"One thing I love about Dianne Harman’s murder mysteries is that although they are “series” books, they don’t have a continuous plot with cliffhanger endings. Each book is self-contained with its own plot and shocking conclusion. The main character, Liz Lucas is the protagonist in each book, so we have the best of both worlds: familiar characters like Liz and her dog Winston who we come to know and love and unique and original plots for each episode. This is a highly recommended, fun read where you can forget about life’s troubles for a while and escape into a well written murder mystery. You can also try and guess who the killer is. This is a suspenseful page turner where Liz may herself become the next victim!" -- Amazon Reviewer
146 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 40 reviews.
Infinite Sacrifice (Infinite Series Book 1), by L.E. Waters. (Still free?)
"The premise of this book immediately grabbed me, and kept hold of me throughout the entire novel. Imaginative, well-written, and page-turning, Infinite Sacrifice kept me up reading when I really should have been studying for class. I cannot recommend it enough! I'm a fairly finicky reader, but the characters were so engaging and the plot so intricate I could not put it down. The price is super reasonable, so I definitely recommend buying it!" -- Amazon Reviewer
282 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 399 reviews.
Moth (The Moth Saga Book 1), by Daniel Arenson. (Still free?)
"Imagine if you will. One half the planet in perpetual darkness and the other in total daylight. The concept was enough to pique my interest and the story clung on with tenacious strength. I gobbled it up. Read it in 5 hours and sad there was not more. A second book is planned. Fast paced, great characters and surprising detail of such a unique world. Glad I don't live there. Buy it and enjoy it as I did." -- Amazon Reviewer
365 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 166 reviews.
The Girl In Between, by Laekan Zea Kemp. (Still free?)
"The characters are well developed. The plot is addictive. Very suspenseful. It keeps you wondering "Why is this happening." "What is that hovering just out of sight." "Is this just a dream or is it really happening" Enough of the question are answered in this book to make this story satisfying but enough wondering left to have you wanting the next book." -- Amazon Reviewer
289 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 298 reviews.
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