More Ereader Deals for 4-24-16

by Brooklyn on April 24, 2016

Check out more Ereader deals with these 4 bargain books and 2 free books.

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BARGAIN BOOKS



Saved by the Outlaw
by Alexis Abbott
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Romance
Price: $0.99 Save $3.00
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“I had a hard time putting the book down and devoured it!! I would highly recommend this book!!” -Kimah

She was the girl that got away. Now she thinks I murdered her dad.

Cherry LaBeau. More like Cherry Bomb, the way she walked back into my life, accusing me of killing her father.

She’s a fiery mystery from my past, and this time, I’m not going to let her get away.

But first, I have to prove to her that we’re lookin’ for the same person. That whoever killed her dad has been screwing with my club and the people I care about most. So I’m going to find the scumbag who hurt my Cherry, and my club, and I’m going to make them pay.

Even if I have to turn back to my former hitman ways…

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Whiteout
by Laurel Heidtman
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Thriller and Suspense
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“….this one is my favorite. A keeper for anyone’s collection.” -Lora T.

Freak winter storm, isolated cabin, no power, two killers on the loose. Happy spring break!

Mark Fuller’s world is falling apart. His marriage is on the rocks and his insurance business is on life support. To top it off, he’s agreed to spend Easter weekend in a remote lake house with his overbearing business partner and his partner’s alcoholic wife.

Mark thinks his life can’t get any worse, but when a freak spring storm brings nearly two feet of snow, the power goes, and two escaped federal prisoners show up on their doorstep, he realizes it’s not only the weather that can kill!

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Hannibal
by Theodore Ayrault Dodge
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Memoirs and Biographies
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“This book has never been bettered.” -Michael Grant, author

Carthage grew to rival Rome.

But only under the leader of its greatest general: Hannibal.

A clash of titans was inevitable.

Roman jealousy brought about the First Punic War — in which Hamilcar became a leading commander — and her efforts enabled her to defeat Carthage in her own element: at sea.

Although Carthage was on the wane at the time of the Barcas, the impetus, intelligence and ability of Hamilcar and then his son Hannibal almost carried them to success.

As a commander Hannibal was a visionary, recognizing challenges that he would have to face before being able to set foot on Italian soil in 218 B.C., as well as opponent’s weaknesses.

By virtue of having followed in his footsteps with the sources, Dodge’s narrative is very much grounded in the topography and delivers a greater understanding to the general’s wars.

With admirable calculation of the power of the forces opposing him, Hannibal disregarded the accepted rules of war and took advantage of circumstance … or made his own.

Much like Alexander, Hannibal would act promptly and energetically on this knowledge but following Cannæ he was obliged to confine himself within much narrower boundaries.

A master tactician, it was in logistics and overall strategy that Hannibal excelled and led to him defying numerous efforts to dislodge him from his Italian foothold.

In the end it was the Carthaginian senate, facing defeat at Scipio’s hands, who would relieve the pressure on Rome by ordering Hannibal to return home in attempt to save a lost cause.

Inevitably the Romans proved themselves fast learners once more, and for all the bitter experiences he had inflicted upon them it was Hannibal who taught them the art of war.

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The Sword of Telemon
by Murray Lee Eiland Jr.
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Historical Fiction
Price: $0.99
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“…a book that readers will undoubtedly discover to be an absorbing tale of bravery, love, and self-conquest, one to take a prominent place beside the tales of heroic characters.” -Manhattan Book Review

#1 Amazon Bestseller

The Homeric “long-haired Achaeans” were part of the Mycenaean culture of Greece (1600 BC – 1100 BC). They were a Bronze Age people who were quite removed in time and culture from the Classical period (5th – 4th centuries BC). In this novel a young Achaean prince is captured in a raid. His younger brother Orfeo, and a group of warriors, are sent on a mission to look for him. Telemon, a legendary warrior, and Zurga, an elderly member of a group called the Wanderers, are soon joined by Clarice, a girl who is a master of disguise. To their dismay they find that the kidnapped prince has been made a galley slave and that the maritime power of Thera plans to conquer the entire Mediterranean. Can they avert disaster?

The story starts just before the eruption of Thera in about 1600 BC. This cataclysm destroyed the lavish Minoan culture of Crete. It also allowed the Mycenaeans to expand throughout the eastern Mediterranean. The Mycenaean culture – while originally warlike and rather rustic – developed vibrant cites, such as Pylos. This era was the setting for Homer’s epic poems about the Trojan War (perhaps 12th or 11th century BC).

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FREE BOOKS

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Friends and Other Perishables
by Dale Whisman
Rating: 4.1 Stars
Genre: Mystery
Price: $0.00 Save $14.95
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Amazon Bestselling Author

The image of the hard-boiled detective has undergone many transformations since the days of Hammett and Chandler.

Still, the idea of a married man with a couple of young daughters working the mean streets of Tulsa, Oklahoma, seems hardly noir.

But in Dale Whisman’s debut, Friends and Other Perishables, PI Carl Jacobs is a bona fide member of the fraternity.

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Lumberjack Werebear
by T. S. Joyce
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Paranormal
Price: $0.00 Save $0.99
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USA Today and Top 100 Amazon Bestselling Author

Painter, Brooke Belle, is running from her past and hoping that a few weeks in a quaint country cabin will bring her artistic muse back from the brink. But when she lands smack dab in the middle of Asheland Mobile Park, she’s sure there’s been a mistake. Not only has her mentor rented her a dilapidated mobile home in the middle of nowhere, but the trailer park is filled with big, burly, growly, flirty, sexy-as-hell lumberjacks. And one in particular is making her think that maybe she’s landed right where she needs to be.

Tagan James has a lot on his shoulders. As second in a woodcutting crew of bear shifters, he’s got all he can handle keeping his people from tearing each other apart on the job site. But when the beautiful, and terribly human, Brooke Belle lands on his doorstep, all honest and vulnerable and pulling at his animal’s protective instincts, he has to decide whether to boot her out of his park to protect his heart, or take a risk and save her muse.

Every bear shifter knows finding a mate can destroy a dominant like him. But as Brooke shows Tagan just how strong she can be, he’s second guessing everything—including his vow to never fall for a woman.

 

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