Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Free and bargain Kindle books! (Tuesday, May 3)
Corporate Ties (Silken Ties Book 1), by E.L. Loraine. (Still free?)
"Corporate Ties Is amazing. It has a great leading female who knows how to take control of a situation which is one thing that Loraine is known for and one of my favorite things about her books. It has romance and mystery and will keep you sitting on the edge of your seat. I did not want to put the book down and neither will you. I can't wait for the next book." -- Amazon Reviewer
228 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 35 reviews.
A Place To Call Home: Toby's Tale (The Rescue Dog Tales Book 1), by G. A. Whitmore. (Still 0.99?)
"Ms. Whitmore has woven a poignant, drama-filled tale which has moments that will make you smile, some that will make you cry, and others that will leave you wanting to go out IMMEDIATELY and adopt a rescued dog from your local shelter. I can say in all honesty that even though my sister has a rescued dog, I am looking at ALL dogs differently now. Ms. Whitmore has effectively written a story from the perspective of an abused dog and has succeeded in drawing awareness to the plight of animals who have suffered severe abuse." -- Amazon Reviewer
301 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 66 reviews.
Swiftshadow (Spies Lie Book 3), by DS Kane. (Still 0.99?)
"The lead character, Cassie, is a covert operative who is betrayed by her own government. The book is full of action, intrigue, political and highly technical computer information. I was impressed with the knowledge the author had about this subject...then I read his biography, but I am still impressed. Fast paced, kept me interested, strong characters, and well written. Thank you DS Kane for an enjoyable book." -- Amazon Reviewer
454 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 24 reviews.
Death in Nostalgia City, by Mark S. Bacon. (Still 3.99?)
"Bacon is an excellent storyteller. He has imagination and is able to put his ideas together in such a way that readers won’t be able to put this book down. The characters are well-developed and seem like real people. The nostalgic theme park is unique and fascinating; it seems Bacon has done his research on the 70s, and everything mentioned—from the old cars, old music and radio programs—is absolutely true to the period. Death in Nostalgia City will especially appeal to baby boomers because of the 70s theme, but the book is highly recommended for almost anyone. It’s a delightful trip back in time with plenty of twists, turns, and a surprise ending." -- --Karen Hancock, Suspense/Thriller Books Editor Bella Online
316 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 30 reviews.
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