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by Captain DGet this book for FREE
An old lady in the streets of Vietnam once told me: “Why you no laugh?”
It’s a busy world out there and we are too occupied to laugh like a kid.
Studded with numerous jokes and limericks, on one hand, this book is targeted at tickling your funny bone, while on the other it talks about the subtle psychological nuances of humour to tweak your curious side.
While you keep giggling throughout, you will learn about your Left Brain-Right Brain coordination in detecting humour, differences between the sexes when it comes to humour and the search for the Best joke in the world!
It also encompasses the infinite benefits of laughter in a Professional environment as taken from the words of the Master of an Ocean Liner, and the biggest myths behind today’s No laugh work-environments.
All this is packed into a pleasant short-read guaranteed to make sense of a lazy afternoon at a price less than that cup of coffee!
by M A ComleyGet this book for ONLY $0.99
The press call him the Escape Artist, and he is certainly living up to his name.
Sergeant Alexandra Fox has never come up against such a devious mind in her entire career. Ten young women, seven of them wives of fellow officers, have been found tortured and murdered. Every tiny lead fizzles out, and he revels in taunting them by phone, torturing them mentally as he forces them to listen to the screams of his victims.
Alexandra, is determined to catch him before he kills again, unaware that she’s become the object of his obsession until he issues one last threat: “I thought I would give you one warning. A chance to back away and leave the investigation. Don’t make me punish you.”
The Three Musketeers
by Alexandre DumasGet this book for ONLY $0.99
The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas from Coterie Classics
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“All for one and one for all.” ― Alexandre Dumas, The Three Musketeers
The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas is the classic adventure story of d’Artagnan and his three friends as they defend their king against Cardinal Richelieu.
The Candidate’s Daughter
by Catherine LeaGet this book for FREE
A stolen child. A kidnapper seeking redemption. And the unbreakable bond between them.
The plan is simple: kidnap the daughter of Senate candidate Richard McClaine, take the money and run. Nobody gets hurt, the kid goes home alive.
That’s what twenty-two-year-old car thief Kelsey Money thought she was getting into. She chalked it up to another hair-brained idea from her boyfriend Matt and his drug-fueled brother. But when she discovers the part she wasn’t told, the plan takes a deadly turn – six-year-old Holly isn’t going home alive.
Elizabeth McClaine can’t even tell the police what her daughter was wearing when she disappeared. Soon after Holly was born with Down Syndrome and a cleft palate, she was placed in the care of a nanny while her mother battled postpartum depression. Now, Elizabeth is left virtually helpless. But when she learns the detective on the case has already failed one kidnapped child, she vows not to fail hers.
The clock is ticking. Both women have twenty-four hours to find Holly because in twenty-five, she’ll be dead.
by Colin GeeGet this book for FREE
From the cold waters of the Baltic to a coffee shop in Turkey, a Chateau in Alsace to paddy fields in China, a foxhole in Northern Germany to the Kremlins private offices, the Red Gambit series will carry you through the events that lead up to and continue through what became known as World War Three.
Told from the point of view of the soldiers in the frontline, aircraft pilots, submarine and tank commanders and on to the Supreme Commanders on either side of the divide.
Ride with Colonel of Tanks Arkady Yarishlov of the Red Army, fight alongside Major John Ramsey VC of the Black Watch, learn about leadership and honour from ex-SS Standartenfuher Ernst-August Knocke and follow Major Marion J Crisp to glory with the 101st US Airborne Division.
Soldiers who had been fighting for years could look up at the summer sky and know that death would not visit them that day.
It was the pause but they didn’t know it.
by Deanna Lynn SlettenGet this book for ONLY $0.99
Do you believe in soul mates?
William Grafton had the perfect life with his lovely wife, Sara, and two wonderful children. But one day his perfect forever was shattered when Sara died suddenly, leaving him alone to raise his children and wonder how he would ever get through life without his soul mate. Five years later, he finds himself looking into a familiar pair of blue-green eyes that remind him of Sara. The woman is the exact opposite of his late wife, yet he finds he is drawn to her. But after a few strange occurrences, he begins to wonder-are these just coincidences or has his Sara come back to him as she once promised in the form of this new woman?
Annie Paxton doesn’t believe in soul mates or fate. She had watched her father die of a broken heart after her mother passed away and has since cast away any fairy tale ideas of love. Then she meets the man who has been haunting her dreams and she begins to see love in a whole new light. But her dream man is still tied to his deceased wife, and Annie doesn’t know if he will ever be able to break away from his past. As strange occurrences unfold, Annie wonders if William could ever truly love her for herself and not for the traits that remind him of Sara.
Were William and Annie brought together by fate, coincidence or by Sara keeping her promise?
The Filter Trap
by A. L. LorentzGet this book for FREE
Imagine looking up at night to find new stars in the sky…and none of the old ones.
Set in the present-day, this military sci-fi action-packed epic follows scientists and soldiers as they race to find the cause of a world-changing cosmic Event that continues to ravage their planet. Eventually leading to questions of conscience, consciousness, and consequences, The Filter Trap examines Fermi’s Paradox in a way you’ve never read before.
The French Orphan
by Michael StolleGet this book for FREE
The year is 1640, and Louis XIII is on the French throne. However, as far as you’re concerned, this is all pretty meaningless. After all, as a teenage orphan living in a monastery school in Reims, all you have to worry about is dodging the unpleasant advances of a few unsavoury monks and looking forward to a life of penniless and celibate servitude in a religious order.
After a childhood and adolescence plagued by a constant longing to know who he really is, orphan Pierre has not the slightest idea that his questions are about to be answered. But you know what they say – be careful what you wish for…
Suddenly finding out who you are can bring with it not only happiness and fortune, but danger, friendship and the sort of swift education that the monastery could never have provided! The discovery of who Pierre really is affects not only Pierre and his friends, but has ramifications for the French nobility, the English crown, and most dangerous of all, the machinations of Cardinal Richelieu and his fierce ambition for the Church and for himself.
To The Moon And Back
by Jill MansellGet this book for ONLY $2.99
The hardest part of love is moving on…
It’s been a year since Ellie Kendall’s husband, Jamie, was killed in an accident, but she’s still grieving. In fact, she finds herself talking to him regularly.
At the urging of Jamie’s successful actor father Tony, Ellie moves to London’s glamorous Primrose Hill, where nobody knows her past…
But even in her new home-and with her hardworking new boss, Zack McLaren, and Jamie’s best friend Todd to distract her-Ellie can’t seem to leave Jamie behind.
Will Ellie let her grief and her past consume her? Or will she realize the man of her dreams is flesh and blood-and right in front of her eyes…
The Girl Of His Dreams
by Donna LeonGet this book for ONLY $1.99
Donna Leon’s Commissario Guido Brunetti mysteries have won legions of fans for their evocative portraits of Venetian life. In her novels, food, family, art, history, and local politics play as central a role as an unsolved crime. In The Girl of His Dreams when a friend of Brunetti’s brother, a priest recently returned from years of missionary work, calls with a request, Brunetti suspects the man’s motives. A new, American-style Protestant sect has begun to meet in the city, and it’s possible the priest is merely apprehensive of the competition. But the preacher could also be fleecing his growing flock, so Brunetti and Paola, along with Inspector Vianello and his wife, go undercover.
But the investigation has to be put aside when, one cold and rainy morning, a body is found floating in a canal. It is a child, a gypsy girl. Brunetti suspects she fell off a nearby roof while fleeing an apartment she had robbed. He has to inform the distrustful parents, encamped on the mainland, and soon finds himself haunted by the crime–and the girl.
On The Wings Of A Whisper
by Lynnette BonnerGet this book for FREE
Stone Town, Zanzibar, Early 1866
RyAnne Hunter is determined to stop her father from leaving for the continent of Africa, where he plans to start a mission station. And she only has until morning. Tonight at the Harcourts’ Annual Ball will be her last chance to change his mind. She must succeed! Papa’s health, and her future, depend on her success. But, as if her task isn’t difficult enough, now the insufferable Captain Dawson has agreed to guide Papa’s expedition!
After spending six months at sea, Captain Trent Dawson only wants to think about rest and relaxation. However, when he’s recruited by a British naval officer to help put an end to a slave smuggling ring, the perfect opportunity presents itself in Dr. Hunter, who needs a guide to the Interior. Now if he can just help the doctor without spending too much time with the man’s troublesome and flighty youngest daughter.
A New Home
by Abigail DenverGet this book for FREE
Twelve year old, Hannah is a normal girl, as far as anyone can see. She likes to swim and enjoys playing computer games. When she starts to have visions of the world ending, and how she can prevent it from happening, she doesn’t really want to prevent it. Why should she give up her life to save the world? How can she possibly convince people she’s not crazy?
The Ethics Of Ambiguity
by Simone de BeauvoirGet this book for ONLY $1.99
From the groundbreaking author of The Second Sex comes a radical argument for ethical responsibility and freedom.
In this classic introduction to existentialist thought, French philosopher Simone de Beauvoir’s The Ethics of Ambiguity simultaneously pays homage to and grapples with her French contemporaries, philosophers Jean-Paul Sartre and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, by arguing that the freedoms in existentialism carry with them certain ethical responsibilities. De Beauvoir outlines a series of “ways of being” (the adventurer, the passionate person, the lover, the artist, and the intellectual), each of which overcomes the former’s deficiencies, and therefore can live up to the responsibilities of freedom. Ultimately, de Beauvoir argues that in order to achieve true freedom, one must battle against the choices and activities of those who suppress it.
When The Crows Fly Low
by V.J. PattersonGet this book for FREE
When the crows fly low…rain is coming.
At eleven-years-old, Will Lawson discovers that Hell isn’t just a place for demons. It exists on earth in an act so evil it rips away a part of his innocent soul. In its place; bitterness, hate and a vow for revenge.
Consumed by darkness, Will descends into a life of reckless living; booze and women the outlet for his guilt and despair. But meeting Sarah a beautiful young woman running from her own ghosts, changes everything. Finding his salvation in her, Will wades into the unfamiliar waters of love. Just when happiness is within his grasp, a familiar face returns to Will’s hometown of Doyle, Tennessee. A wicked twist of fate forces Will to decide between the girl he loves and his need for revenge. Is love enough to save Will from the darkness that endeavors to unravel his sanity?
In this debut romantic drama, When the Crows Fly Low weaves a story full of suspense, loss, and love. It is sure to stay with the reader long after the final page.
A Matter Of Trust: London Calling Book One
by Kat FaitourGet this book for FREE
British financier Bennett Sterling steers his world with iron control and cold determination. Burned by a lover long ago, he guards his heart and business with wary resolve.
Devon Sinclair is a brilliant economist, poised for sure success. Intent on making her own way, she tells no one of her complicated past and grifter family.
Passions explode when Devon meets Bennett and neither can deny their fiery attraction. But when corporate accounts are stolen, the evidence points to her and the stakes climb higher.
Will Bennett see beyond the lies to trust the woman he loves? Or will Devon condemn them both by doubting his loyalty?
In the powerful world of London finance, it turns out trust is the most valuable commodity of all.
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