More Ereader Deals for 4-9-16

by Brooklyn on April 9, 2016

Check out this set of 4 bargain books and 2 free books for your Saturday reading enjoyment.

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BARGAIN BOOKS



Blood Relics
by J. Robert Kennedy
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Action and Adventure
Price: $0.99 Save $7.00
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Blood Relics – Nook
Blood Relics – Apple iBooks
Blood Relics – Google Play
Blood Relics – Kobo

“Once again a winner! Rob never ceases to amaze me!” -Marc Q.

USA Today, #1 Amazon, #1 Barnes And Noble and #1 Apple iBooks Bestselling Author

A DYING MAN.

A DESPERATE SON.

ONLY A MIRACLE CAN SAVE THEM BOTH.

As Jesus Christ suffers an agonizing death, a blind Roman soldier named Longinus is miraculously healed after lancing the crucified body, yet though the miracle restores his eyesight, it marks a new beginning to his troubles as he and his friends flee the authorities determined to suppress any word of what truly happened during those fateful events.

Two thousand years later Professor Laura Palmer is shot and kidnapped in front of her husband, archeology Professor James Acton, as they try to prevent the theft of the world’s Blood Relics, ancient artifacts thought to contain the blood of Christ, a madman determined to possess them all at any cost.

Acton’s desperate pleas for help spur his friends to action, Interpol Agent Hugh Reading, the CIA’s Dylan Kane and Chris Leroux, and the Delta Force’s Bravo Team, all answering the call to help save the woman he loves and the most precious relics the world has ever known.

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Gentleman Commando
by Ian Skidmore
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Non-Fiction
Price: $0.99 Save $3.00
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“…easy and quick to read and should become part of every young officer’s reading.” -The Globe and Laurel, the official journal of the Royal Marines

Who created the British Commandos?

Who led the very first British Commando raid of WW II into occupied France?

Who was the secret head of all British military clandestine operations in the Far East before the fall of Singapore?

And who, as the acting Commander in Chief of all remaining British forces in Sumatra, personally surrendered all British forces on the island to the victorious Japanese Army?

The answer?

One man.

Col. Alan G. Ferguson Warren – one of the great unsung heroes of the Second World War.

In this brilliant biography, Ian Skidmore tells his amazing story.

After spending the pre-war years as a pilot hunting pirates in the China Seas, when the war broke out Warren volunteered to go into occupied France after Dunkirk to look for any stragglers left behind in the British retreat.

But the submarine which was to take him off the beach failed to appear. Undaunted, Warren stole a dinghy and rowed it back to England.

It was the first Commando raid – and the beginning of a whole new type of warfare.

Posted to Malaya as Head of Special Services Warren organised raids behind the lines. As the Japanese rolled across the Pacific, Warren ran the evacuation of Penang Island and the destruction of military stores in the face of the oncoming enemy. And he created an escape route across Sumatra, along which thousands of troops fled when Singapore fell.

After he was finally taken prisoner Warren commanded British slave camps on the Burma-Siam railway. Had the Kemptai – the feared Japanese military police – discovered his identity he would have been shot since there had been a price on his head since the early days in Malaya.

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The Phantom of the Earth
by Raeden Zen
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction
Price: $0.99 Save $3.00
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“It is extremely well-written and is a compelling post-apocalyptic hook….The underground but highly technologically based setting is vividly described.” -David Estes, Author

Here are the five thought-provoking post-apocalyptic stories that lovers of science fiction can’t stop talking about, gathered together in one volume for the first time. The futuristic theories, conspiracies, political maneuvering, and characters within these visionary tales will stay with you long after you finish.

In the Great Commonwealth of Beimeni, a subterranean civilization in North America, expansion long ago gave way to peace and prosperity in the face of the history’s most devastating plague. Immortality is the reward for service and loyalty in Beimeni, a place where the physical blends with the metaphysical and power consolidates in the hands of those with a genetic edge. The fissures first spread slowly, then swiftly, until now the Great Commonwealth finds itself on the brink of economic devastation, challenged by forces from within that know its secrets and its crimes.

At the center of the conflict lie the Selendias of Piscator, founders of the resistance with an uncanny connection to the zeropoint field, and the Barão Strike Team, three researchers tasked with finding a cure to the Reassortment Strain, the plague that nearly wiped humanity from the Earth. Traveling from the uninhabitable but pristine surface to the habitable but inhospitable underground, this is a story about dedication to dreams, battle for survival, discovery and connection, song and celebration, undoing past misdeeds, and sacrifice for the greater good.

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Gambling on a Scoundrel
by Sheridan Jeane
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Historical Romance
Price: $0.99 Save $3.00
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“Very enjoyable read – delightful!” -Suzanne S.

Award-Winning Author

London, 1861 – Everything seems to be going right for Temperance Bliss… until everything goes wrong..

Tempy Bliss, a budding journalist, is elated– not only is she about to announce her engagement, but the illustrious Charles Dickens wants her to write an article about gambling for his newspaper! Then she not only receives a Dear Jane letter from Ernest, but casino owner Lucien Hamlin also bans her from his gambling palace. What’s a girl to do? Buckle down and work harder. She’s determined to win back Ernest’s love and turn in the best article on gambling Mr. Dickens has ever seen.

Lucien Hamlin has a secret…

Lucien is a hard-driving self-made man. His life is about to be upended by his unexpected inheritance of an earldom. It’s a fact he’d rather not have announced, and certainly not in newsprint, until after the sale of his casino.

Tempy’s plans for her future shatter to pieces…

When Tempy receives a letter from Ernest informing her he’s fallen in love with a Frenchwoman, she vows to win him back. All she needs to do is become the kind of woman he can’t resist. In doing so, she learns more than how to walk and dress… she learns what she really wants out of life.

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FREE BOOKS

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The Recruiting Trip
by Lexy Timms
Rating: 3.9 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Price: $0.00 Save $7.99
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The Recruiting Trip – Nook
The Recruiting Trip – Apple iBooks
The Recruiting Trip – Google Play
The Recruiting Trip – Kobo

Amazon and Apple iBooks Bestselling Author

Aspiring college athlete Aileen Nessa is finding the recruiting process beyond daunting. Being ranked #10 in the world for the 100m hurdles at the age of eighteen is not a fluke, even though she believes that one race, where everything clinked magically together, might be. American universities don’t seem to think so. Letters are pouring in from all over the country.

As she faces the challenge of differentiating between a college’s genuine commitment to her or just empty promises from talent-seeking coaches, Aileen heads to Gatica State University, a Division One school, on a recruiting trip.

The university’s athletic program boasts one of the top sprint coaches in the country. The beautiful old buildings on campus and Ivy League smarts seems so above her little Ohio town upbringing. All Aileen needs to convince her to sign her letter of intent is a recruiting trip that takes her breath away.

Tyler Jensen is the school’s NCAA champion in the hurdles and Jim Thorpe recipient for top defensive back in football. His incredible ocean blue eyes and confident smile make Aileen stutter and forget why she is visiting GSU. His offer to take her under his wing, should she choose to come to Gatica, is a temping proposition that has her wondering if she might be making a deal with an angel or the devil himself.

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Ransom Beach
by Lawrence Kelter
Rating: 4.1 Stars
Genre: Mystery
Price: $0.00 Save $2.99
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NYPD’s street savvy detective Stephanie Chalice is back and not a minute too soon. Her newest nemesis is a con artist and bloodthirsty killer, a chameleon able to change her identity at will, a ghost known only as Black. Chalice is called into action when a billionaire’s ward, an autistic child, is abducted from beneath the nose of his well trained bodyguard. Black’s reason for choosing this mark is not the obvious one.

The kidnap victim is no ordinary child; he has never learned to read or write, and yet is capable of channeling the prophecies of his long dead ancestor; those that have long been memorialized, and those now thought to be ages lost. Chalice is put to the test, forced to decipher clues that defy explanation. Will she be able to outthink her diabolical opponent before it’s too late?

 

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