More Great Kindle Freebies And Bargains For 11-12-12

by Greg on November 12, 2012

Enjoy more books by downloading these 2 great bargain books and 3 highly rated free Kindle books. Remember to “LIKE” this and share the books with friends and family.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: The Stasi File, a Historical Thriller, has an outstanding 4.9 star rating and is only $4.49!

BARGAIN BOOKS



Little Wild Flower, Book 1
by Samantha Jillian Bayarr
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Christian Romance/Amish
Price: $0.99

 

REVISED EDITION, March, 2012

Jane Abigail Reeves is Little Wild Flower. Raised as a city girl; her father moves fifteen-year-old Jane and her entire family to a farmhouse in a rural Amish community in Indiana as a respite for her alcoholic mother. Finding farm life more complicated than city life; Jane shuns herself from family and neighbors, until she stumbles upon sixteen-year-old Elijah, the Amish boy next door. As she slowly ventures out of her comfort zone, she begins to mimic her family’s acceptance of Amish living, realizing it’s a practical solution for squelching the dysfunction of her family’s past. Set in the 1970’s, Jane’s story is full of cultural obstacles she must overcome in order to survive in the community in which she and her family reside. Can a hippie-chick like Jane find friendship with a sixteen-year-old Amish boy, despite their cultural differences? Will their feelings for each other change as they grow up?

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Murder in a Mill Town
by P.B. Ryan
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Historical Mystery
Price: $0.99 Save $4.00
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“Nell is one of the strongest, most honorable, and dearest heroines to grace the pages of an amateur sleuth novel….P.B. Ryan knows how to write a tale that will grip and keep readers’ interest throughout the novel.” -Midwest Book Reviews

Book #2 of P.B. Ryan’s acclaimed historical mystery series (Book #1 is Still Life With Murder). Murder in a Mill Town was a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Boston governess Nell Sweeney and her employer’s morphine-addicted son, Dr. Will Hewitt, investigate a young woman’s disappearance.

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FREE BOOKS

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Wearing the Spider
by Susan Schaab
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Romance/Thriller
Price: $0.00 Save $26.95
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

 

A female lawyer’s identity is hijacked and misused by a ruthless partner of her Manhattan law firm who engages in email impersonation, political gamesmanship and electronic forgery to set her up in a scheme that ultimately leads to murder. She embarks on a clandestine investigation while dodging the FBI, risking her life as well as her career.

In this intricately plotted and memorable thriller, attorney and former computer consultant Susan Schaab draws on her expertise in intellectual property and technology law as well as computer systems design to create a fast-paced and thoroughly believable journey through corruption and intrigue…an exhilarating joyride that explores the complex relationships in a big-city law firm, where sexual harassment and manipulation may be more common than any statistics suggest.

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My Cat Won’t Bark!
by Kevin Darne
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Self-Help/Relationships
Price: $0.00 Save $10.95
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

 

My Cat Won’t Bark! (A Relationship Epiphany) is about seeing things as they are in our relationships. It’s stripping away any illusions we may have conjured up and removing unrealistic expectations. It is a primary and primal message of self-empowerment. Kevin Darné delivers the all-important message that we tend to forget: Life is a personal journey. Our lives are the result of decisions and choices we have made. Each of us chooses our own friends, lovers, and spouse. We have the ability to learn from our mistakes and make better choices for ourselves in the future. When we change, our circumstances change.

Darné attacks the well-established Changing Water into Wine Myth, Communication Myth, Relationship Work Myth, Unrealistic Romantic Myth, and Monogamy Myth. My Cat Won’t Bark!: reveals and defines The Three Basic Types of Cheaters, The Real Meaning of Commitment, The One: Separating Myth from Reality, The Six Common Mistakes Women Make with Online Dating, The Recipe for Relationship Happiness, Finding Your Own Way, and much, much more! My Cat Won’t Bark! (A Relationship Epiphany) will forever change the way you view and choose your relationships.

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TYMURS: The 1982 Tylenol Murders
by Scott Bartz
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Non-Fiction/History
Price: $0.00 Save $11.99
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

 

Seven people died near Chicago after taking cyanide-laced Tylenol capsules on September 29, 1982. The unsolved Tylenol murders case has perplexed federal, state, and local authorities for 30 years. Now, this riveting expose tells the story of an inquiry led astray from the start and marred by the mishandling and destruction of evidence.

Drawing on thousands of archived news articles, police reports, court documents, interviews with the prime suspects, and interviews with authorities who were involved in the investigation, this compelling narrative provides a revelatory account of the investigation into the murders that terrorized a nation.

 

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1 Harriet November 12, 2012 at 6:53 pm

I remember the Tylenol murders well. I was a senior in high school, in a small MI town a couple of hours from Chicago. Needless to say, I didn’t take any Tylenol for a long time!

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