Bargain And Free Kindle Books For 11-4-12

by Brooklyn on November 4, 2012

Add more books to your Sunday reading with this selection of 2 bargain books and 2 free books. Please “LIKE” this and let everyone in on your favorite source for Kindle books.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Mystery Dance has an excellent 4.7 star rating and is on sale for only $1.99 – save $5!

BARGAIN BOOKS



Under a Raging Moon
by Frank Zafiro
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Action & Adventure
Price: $0.99

 

A violent robber is loose in River City. Meet the cops that must take him down. Stefan Kopriva, a young hotshot. Katie MacLeod, a woman in what is still mostly a man’s world. Karl Winter, about to retire but with one more good bust left in him. And Thomas Chisolm, a former Green Beret who knows how dangerous a man like the Scarface Robber can be.

These are the patrol officers of River City – that mythical thin blue line between society and anarchy. They must stop the robber, all the while juggling divorces, love affairs, internal politics, a hostile media, vengeful gang members and a civilian population that isn’t always understanding or even grateful.

Written by a real cop with real experience, Under a Raging Moon is like a paperback ride-along. Enjoy the ride.

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Unforgivable
by Jaime Rush & Tina Wainscott
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Price: $0.99

 

Katie’s world unravels when a childhood friend returns to town a man shadowed by secrets. He knows things about her that no one could possibly know. He makes her feel things she never knew she could feel. And he’s come back to warn her that a killer is closer than she can imagine…

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FREE BOOKS

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Hale’s Point
by Patricia Ryan
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Romance
Price: $0.00 Save $6.99
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

 

While house-sitting at a waterfront estate, straight-laced Harley is stunned by the arrival of her employer’s supposedly dead son, a maverick Alaskan bush pilot recovering from wounds suffered in an airplane crash. Witty and passionate, Hale’s Point (originally published as The Return of the Black Sheep) was honored with Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart Award.

“For twenty years, Tucker Hale has been estranged from his father and presumed dead. To his surprise, it is not his father he encounters one night when he returns home, but Harley Ann Sayers, a young woman who is spending her summer house-sitting. Still recovering from injuries sustained in a plane crash, Tucker walks with a cane. Having some experience in therapy work, Harley offers to help him heal. Even though he feels the swimming will not help, he agrees to her idea of working in the pool just to please her. The added incentive of Harley’s ‘if you can catch me you can have me’ didn’t hurt either! But soon Tucker’s father will come home and old feelings and accusations must be dealt with. Old wounds seem harder to heal than new ones for these wonderful, deserving characters. The healing power of a loved one is extraordinary. Passionate, playful, powerful!”

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ALZHEIMER’S TREATMENTS THAT ACTUALLY WORKED IN SMALL STUDIES!
by Jeff T. Bowles
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Non-Fiction/Health
Price: $0.00 Save $2.99
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

 

This IS the better mousetrap! Most MD’s get just a basic 4 years in Med School, then work to earn not learn. I’ve researched diseases and aging for 20+ years, with a 10 year stint where I spent 12 hrs/day everyday in the Northwestern Med School’s library just reviewing clinical and scientific studies! .I’ve had 3 major papers published; the publishing journal has 5 Nobel Prizes between the editors. And described my papers as extremely exciting and of major importance!

It’s time to take control of your Alzheimer’s treatment and try protocols that have actually worked and are based on the newest, latest, cutting-edge, and CORRECT theory.

Why is it that Big Pharma still pushes Alzheimer’s treatments like aricept, namenda, razadyne, exelon, cognex that are expensive, have side effects, and are basically do nothing? Because it’s the only way they can make money on Alzheimer’s! The treatments that work-are unpatentable/unprofitable!

The latest theory (which is PROVING correct) is that Alzheimer’s, like other diseases of aging, is actually caused by the huge increase in the reproduction-related hormone -Luteinizing Hormone (LH)- that occurs in both men and women after age 50 (up to 1,000′s of %!). Just like annual plants, and Pacific Salmon that are killed after a burst of reproduction by their reproductive hormones- humans undergo the same process except in slow motion! LH is literally eating away at our brains and bodies!

Read this book and follow its protocols to stop Alzheimer’s in its tracks! Also learn about the fantastic promise of high dose melatonin as a treatment for AD and possible side effects to look out for based on my year-long experiment and the experience of my friends taking huge doses of melatonin. This is by far your best chance at stopping Alzheimer’s!

 

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Victoria Van Dalsen November 4, 2012 at 9:31 am

Hmm, I question that theory on the lueteinizing hormone. What happens in females who have had total hysterectomies? They no longer have ovaries. Also, you are wrong in stating that Alzheimer’s is a disease of aging and is not an expected condition during the aging process. I’m sure you have many valid points in your book. Just with more $$ were given to find a cure. My Mom died from this disease over a year ago. I still miss her every day.

2 admin November 4, 2012 at 11:02 am

We are so sorry for your loss Victoria.

3 Patty November 4, 2012 at 6:03 pm

I have a dear friend that is suffering from advanced Alzheimer’s. She took large doses of Melatonin, so now what?

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