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Three Weeks Last Spring

By Victoria Howard / Genre: Romance / Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars

Three Weeks Last Spring

“An absorbing romantic story.”

Skye Dunbar needs to get away from London to put a disastrous affair behind her. When she rents a cabin in Washington State’s San Juan Islands, the last thing she expects is to be accused of computer hacking.
Jedediah Walker is investigating the dead marine life washed up on the islands beaches. And he has another problem – an unexpected, beautiful and suspicious new tenant renting his cabin. When Walker discovers that the fish contain a high concentration of toxic chemicals, he suspects they are being deliberately dumped in Puget Sound. Later, when someone hacks into his computer, he realises it is no coincidence and sets out to find out more about his mysterious new tenant.
However, Skye doesn’t like Walker from the moment she sees him. He feels the same. But that’s about to change.

Free as of 9/29/2012 for Kindle. Click here to find out if this book is still FREE.

The Skin of Water

By G. S. Johnston / Genre: Historical Fiction / Rating: 5.0 out of 5 stars

The Skin of Water

“Highly recommended literary/historical fiction.”

Passions flare and alliances shift in this breathtaking story of survival set during the final days of World War II in Hungary.

Young Zeno dreams of moving to Budapest and becoming a great filmmaker in the Hungarian film studios. But one evening he follows Catherine Steiner, a guest at the exclusive lakeside resort where he works as a bellboy, into the forest. Unknowingly he dives into her life, changing his forever.

Her husband is a wealthy industrialist with the power to create – or crush – Zeno. Despite Catherine’s protests, Zeno moves to Budapest and takes a servant’s job in the Steiner house, shining her husband’s shoes while hearing the family’s secrets.

All Zeno and Catherine have are precious hours in a secret apartment, tucked above the uneasy streets of a city at war, their affair a flimsy wall against a future no one can see or predict. Until it arrives.

Free as of 9/29/2012 for Kindle. Click here to find out if this book is still FREE.

The Son of Perdition

By Len du Randt / Genre: Mystery & Thrillers / Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

The Son of Perdition

“I recommend this book to everyone – you need to read this!”

One man will rise from the ashes of chaos to restore order to the world. He will use his supernatural gifts to lead humankind into an era of peace and safety. This man will also usher in a time of terrible sorrows; unlike the world has ever seen before—or will again. His name is Victor Samael Yoshe, the Son of Perdition.

When millions of people vanish in the blink of an eye, Victor steps forward with the answer to everyone’s question: ‘What happened?’

He unites the people of Earth by offering hope and guidance to the scared and confused survivors. Some time later he also secures a peace treaty in the Middle East and is subsequently hailed by all as the long-awaited Messiah.

Everything appears to be perfect, until a terrorist group disrupts the harmony and forces Victor to turn against everyone that stands in the way of peace. Those who do not accept Victor’s mark of protection are regarded as allies of the terrorist faction and punished with the maximum penalty allowed by law: Death.

The Son of Perdition is an end-times novel that dramatizes the rise and rule of the Antichrist. It depicts the last 7 years on Earth before the Second Coming of Jesus Christ as seen through the eyes of the average citizen.

Free as of 9/29/2012 for Kindle. Click here to find out if this book is still FREE.

The Old World

By Jill D Hidy / Genre: Fantasy, Romance / Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

The Old World

“It is funny, sad, suspenseful, exotic, romantic, with a great adventure.”

The Old World: Where modern day Greece, meets old world mythology.

Still reeling from the sudden and tragic death of her parents, 22 year old Aria escapes to her family’s vacation home in Greece. But when a simple dream opens a portal into another dimension, Aria finds herself immersed in a world her parents sacrificed everything to keep her from. A world ruled by vengeful gods but where love can be measured by a mere touch.

Guided by the family she never knew existed, Aria begins to learn of a prophecy with the power to turn gods against one another in a war that could seal not only her fate but the fate of the man she is forbidden to love – a man who’s identity alone can change her life forever.

Some say love is blind but in The Old World, bloodlines run deep and family comes first…even if it means sacrificing your own.

Free as of 9/29/2012 for Kindle. Click here to find out if this book is still FREE.

The Accidental Existentialist

By Joshua Graham / Genre: Action & Adventure, Mystery & Thrillers / Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars

The Accidental Existentialist

“Great Short Story.”

Chris Connor stages his death in order to go dark and take on the head of an International Russian Crime Syndicate, perpetrators of illegal arms dealing, human trafficking and the death of his first born son. Tense, action-packed and filled with more twists than the Coney Island Cyclone, The Accidental Existentialist poses the question: How far would one man go to rid the world of evil, and avenge his son?

Free as of 9/29/2012 for Kindle. Click here to find out if this book is still FREE.

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