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by Libby HeilyGet this book for ONLY $0.99
Danger lurks everywhere in eleven year old Reggie’s world—from the bully next door to the unwanted attentions of a creep at school. Her invisibility cap has lost its powers leaving Reggie unprotected from her nemesis, The Boulder, and from the gangs that roam her neighborhood.
Home offers no reprieve. Raised by her mentally ill mother, Reggie must fend for herself. Dumpster diving provides a few meals a week, occasionally shoplifting does the rest. Reggie keeps a list of everything she’s ever stolen, determined to pay it back once she turns eighteen and joins the army. For now, she escapes the mayhem of her life and the hunger pangs in her belly by slipping into daydreams, battling aliens with her alter ego, Tough Girl.
But the new neighbors upstairs intrigue Reggie enough to stay in reality. Mr. and Mrs. Ruiz, a possible mafia boss and his six-hundred pound plus-size beauty queen wife, captivate her imagination and offer a possible home. Her own apartment is sad and dreary, but the Ruiz’s live in a colorful world full of mystery and love.
When Reggie’s mother disappears, not even the Ruizes can keep her grounded. Her fantasy life spirals out of control and starts to invade reality. An Octhmuslan, a creature of her own design, hunts Reggie both in her dreams and in the waking world. Not even Tough Girl is strong enough to stop him.
Will Reggie survive long enough for her mother to return, or will her dream world take over?
Groovin’: Horses, Hopes, And Slippery Slopes
by Rich IsraelGet this book for FREE
In this delightful coming-of-age memoir, Rich Israel takes off on a journey of self-discovery during the late 1960s. Eschewing societal norms, he hitchhikes across the country, tries his hand at mining, works at a circus, and rides a horse hundreds of miles through the Rocky Mountain wilderness–all the while, the draft and Vietnam War are nipping at his heels.
Join Rich and his canine companion, Charlie, as they encounter one colorful character after another, from a rifle-toting hippie to a loudmouthed carnival boss to a sultry flower child, whose bewitching powers lead to lust and longing–and heartbreak. A consummate storyteller, Rich peppers his writing with wit and sensitivity, as well as insights often revealed through mind-blowing acid trips.
If you were there during this unique period in American history, Groovin’ is certain to spark treasured memories. If not, you will get to enjoy the flavor and exhilaration associated with catching that phenomenal wave.
by Susan F. CraftGet this book for FREE
Desperate to rescue their kidnapped daughter, Lilyan and Nicholas trek through South Carolina mountains and across backcountry wilderness, fighting outlaws, hunger, sleeplessness, and despair. When the trail grows cold, the couple battles guilt and personal shame; Lilyan for letting Laurel out of her sight, and Nicholas for failing to keep his family safe.
In the port of Charleston, South Carolina, post-Revolutionary War passions reach fever pitch. There, Lilyan’s past catches up with her. As a former patriot spy, she is charged with the murder of a British officer. Thrown into the “Exchange Building” and chained alongside prostitutes, thieves, and murderers, she seeks to find the courage and faith to survive.
Determined to free his wife at any cost, Nicholas finds himself forced back into a life of violence he thought he’d left behind.
Will their love sustain them as they seek Lilyan’s freedom and word of their missing child? Or is Laurel lost to them forever?
Death And Deception
by B.A. SteadmanGet this book for ONLY $0.99
Detective Inspector Dan Hellier returns home to Exeter under a cloud.
The body of a talented young singer is found in the woods.
Hellier needs to redeem himself and solve the murder.
What links her death to the boss of a recording studio, a Latvian gang and a school music teacher?
Before the body count rises Hellier will need to untangle the web of Death and Deception. And the clock is ticking …
This is the first Detective Dan Hellier novel.
The Red Hill
by David PennyGet this book for FREE
A killer who can’t be stopped. A request that can’t be refused.
Moorish Spain, 1482. Englishman and physician Thomas Berrington is an unwilling friend to the Sultan of Granada, the most powerful man in the kingdom of al-Andalus. When bodies start to turn up in the palace, each showing marks of a savage attack, Thomas is asked to investigate.
At first reluctant, Thomas is drawn deeper into the investigation when one of the Sultan’s wives is brutally murdered. The physician must team up with the eunuch Jorge to find the killer before they become his next victims. As they investigate, they find that nothing is as it seems and no-one can be trusted.
Al-Hamra, the red hill, and its inhabitants hold their secrets close. As Thomas begins to lay them bare his discoveries culminate in a battle not only for his own life, but for the lives of those he loves.
Our Authentic Selves – Reflections On What We Believe & What We Wish We Believed
by David HamptonGet this book for FREE
For most of his life, David Hampton could tell you what he believed about anything, anytime, at the drop of a hat. He prided himself in how well he could parrot what he d been taught about the Christian doctrine. At some point, he decided to trust the experts with matters regarding his spiritual formation and he learned to spout their words as his own. In so doing, he flipped off the switch in his heart.
He didn’t want to confuse himself with questions. And he certainly didn’t want to explore the issues and people that fell outside the grid of what he understood to be truth.
I knew what the Christian subculture wanted, writes David, and how to fit into it. I even knew how to make a living giving it what it wanted. I bought in, signed on, drank the Kool-Aid and even ended up working at the stand. Most confounding to me is that I thought I was being authentic and genuine. And maybe at the time that was even true.
It all worked beautifully … until it didn’t.
We can never be honest with others until we are honest with ourselves. Our Authentic Selves will peel back the layers of your heart and leave you transformed, filled with God s truth, and a transparent follower of Christ who is learning to distinguish what you believe from what you wish you believed.
When The Music Ends
by Simone BeaudelaireGet this book for FREE
Compelling contemporary romance from Simone Beaudelaire, author of Watching Over The Watcher.
Budding musician Erin’s troubled life is finally beginning to look brighter. She’s graduating, falling in love with her long-time crush – her best friend’s brother Sean – and looking forward to starting her music degree. Then the unthinkable happens. A horrific assault shatters Erin’s fledgling happiness.
When the Music Ends, can the powers of love and friendship mend so many broken hearts?
This standalone, sweet and steamy new adult romance delivers a warm and satisfying happily ever after.
A School For Unusual Girls
by Kathleen BaldwinGet this book for ONLY $2.99
It’s 1814. Napoleon is exiled on Elba. Europe is in shambles. Britain is at war on four fronts. And Stranje House, a School for Unusual Girls, has become one of Regency England’s dark little secrets. The daughters of the beau monde who don’t fit high society’s constrictive mold are banished to Stranje House to be reformed into marriageable young ladies. Or so their parents think. In truth, Headmistress Emma Stranje, the original unusual girl, has plans for the young ladies—plans that entangle the girls in the dangerous world of spies, diplomacy, and war.
After accidentally setting her father’s stables on fire while performing a scientific experiment, Miss Georgiana Fitzwilliam is sent to Stranje House. But Georgie has no intention of being turned into a simpering, pudding-headed, marriageable miss. She plans to escape as soon as possible—until she meets Lord Sebastian Wyatt. Thrust together in a desperate mission to invent a new invisible ink for the English war effort, Georgie and Sebastian must find a way to work together without losing their heads—or their hearts.
Monster Of The Apocalypse
by C. Henry MartensGet this book for FREE
Twenty years ago plagues swept humanity to the brink of extinction. The very few that survived were left in a world of plenty, but resources start to become scarce with the passage of time, and people have lost most of their abilities to do anything but forage.
Two orphans, born after the apocalypse, flee a once safe and nurturing community grown from gathered wanderers now controlled by evil men. There are no laws to be enforced, there is no social conscience to be adhered to, and there is nothing politically correct. The civilized hysteria of the past has given way to hiding when you can, running when you must, and fighting when you are cornered.
A dark stranger, immersed in regret and dangerous to himself and everyone he meets, confides the secret of why the world is as it is.
Two orphans must survive, and find someone to trust.
by Melina MarchettaGet this book for ONLY $1.99
“What do you want from me?” he asks. What I want from every person in my life, I want to tell him. More.
Abandoned by her mother on Jellicoe Road when she was eleven, Taylor Markham, now seventeen, is finally being confronted with her past. But as the reluctant leader of her boarding school dorm, there isn’t a lot of time for introspection. And while Hannah, the closest adult Taylor has to family, has disappeared, Jonah Griggs is back in town, moody stares and all.
In this absorbing story by Melina Marchetta, nothing is as it seems and every clue leads to more questions as Taylor tries to work out the connection between her mother dumping her, Hannah finding her then and her sudden departure now, a mysterious stranger who once whispered something in her ear, a boy in her dreams, five kids who lived on Jellicoe Road eighteen years ago, and the maddening and magnetic Jonah Griggs, who knows her better than she thinks he does. If Taylor can put together the pieces of her past, she might just be able to change her future.
Fifth Avenue, 5 A.m.: Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast At Tiffany’s, And The Dawn Of The Modern Woman
by Sam WassonGet this book for ONLY $1.99
Fifth Avenue, 5 A.M. by Sam Wasson is the first ever complete account of the making of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. With a cast of characters including Truman Capote, Edith Head, director Blake Edwards, and, of course, Hepburn herself, Wasson immerses us in the America of the late fifties, before Woodstock and birth control, when a not-so-virginal girl by the name of Holly Golightly raised eyebrows across the nation, changing fashion, film, and sex, for good. With delicious prose and considerable wit, Wasson delivers us from the penthouses of the Upper East Side to the pools of Beverly Hills presenting Breakfast at Tiffany’s as we have never seen it before—through the eyes of those who made it.
Jackpot, A Frank Renzi Novel
by Susan FleetGet this book for FREE
·A serial killer targets lottery winners.
·A compulsive gambler hits the jackpot and thinks his problems are over, but they’re just beginning.
·Homicide Detective Frank Renzi is hunting a serial killer who murders lottery winners. Don’t miss the exciting showdown between Renzi and the killer.
President Me: The America That’s In My Head
by Adam CarollaGet this book for ONLY $1.99
Imagine a world where New York Times bestselling author, comedian, actor, television, and podcast host Adam Carolla is the President of the United States. Can’t do it? You don’t have to! Adam has done it for you!
Podcast king Adam Carolla first shared his unique, but always funny world view in his New York Times bestseller In Fifty Years We’ll All Be Chicks—but he’s not done.
In President Me, Carolla shares his vision for a different, better America free from big issues like big government down to small problems like hotel alarm clock placement. Running on an anti-narcissism platform, President Carolla calls for a return to the values of an earlier time when stew and casserole were on every dinner table and there were no “service dogs” on airplanes. President Me hits right at the heart of what makes our country really annoying, and offers a plan to make all of our lives, but mostly Adam’s, much better.
Once Beyond A Time – A Troubled Family, Missing Child, And A “house Beyond Time.”
by Ann TatlockGet this book for FREE
A troubled family, whose pastor father resigned in disgrace from a church in suburban Philadelphia, moves to an old house in Black Mountain, North Carolina. They soon discover that their new home, nearly hidden from view on the side of a mountain, is no ordinary place. The family can see and speak with people who appear and disappear seemingly at will. Some of the visitors seem to have lived there in the past. More mysteriously, some will live there in the future. Then, soon after their move into the old house, their eight-year-old son vanishes without a trace! Has he been kidnapped, or has he wandered off into the dark forest? Will the “house beyond time” provide the answers? Or does something more disturbing await this troubled family?
I Only Wanted To Live
by Arie TamirGet this book for FREE
A broad picture of the Holocaust from the point of view of a child
This book is a memoir of a child who is swept into the whirlwind of the Holocaust. The epic history is narrowed down to the struggle of a single boy nicknamed Leosz to survive the war. From age 7 to age 13, he endures all the horrors that the Holocaust brings upon the Jewish people. Life hangs on split-second timing, decision-making in impossibly cruel circumstances, incredible resourcefulness, luck and the help of others, even Germans.
In the Krakow Ghetto, Leosz is saved from three mass deportations to the death camps. He escapes the ghetto, survives for several weeks pretending to be a
Polish street child, and then goes into hiding. Although sentenced to die after being caught, he is instead miraculously reunited with his family in the Plaszow labor camp. A year later, father and son become slave laborers in the Gozen 2 camp in Austria, where his father perishes. Close to death himself, Leosz is finally liberated by the American army on May 5th, 1945.
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