More Kindle Deals for 6-12-13

by Greg on June 12, 2013

Set aside some time with your Kindle and download this selection of 2 bargain books and 2 free books. Remember to “LIKE” and share your favorite site for Kindle deals with everyone.

Book Of The Day: Witches Of Bourbon Street, by Deanna Chase, has an impressive 4.5 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $3.

BARGAIN BOOKS



The Keeper of Dawn
by J.B. Hickman
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Literary Fiction
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
Make sure price is still 99 cents before clicking “Buy”.

 

“It is beautifully written and brilliantly conceived. These are some of the best characters I’ve read in years.” -kacunnin

Groomed for greatness, 15-year-old Jacob Hawthorne is sent to boarding school against his will. Jacob’s resentment toward his family reaches an all-time high when his father doesn’t bother to see him off for the 1980 school year. With a self-absorbed mother, an estranged father, and an older brother on the other side of the world, only the unlikely friendship with his grandfather can lure Jacob back home. But home feels like a distant memory from the shore of Raker Island, the isolated campus of one of the Northeast’s elite boarding schools.

As the surrogate bonds of a cloistered all-boys school fall into place, Jacob finds himself among other sons of privilege who suffer the same affliction—growing up in their fathers’ shadow. In fact, Jacob and his friends get dubbed “the Headliners” when their fathers make the headlines on the same day. Among them is Chris Forsythe, the rebellious son of a high-profile politician whose helicopter arrival sparks jealousy among the school’s upperclassmen.

Wellington Academy has been selected to host that fall’s senatorial debate, and Chris’ father is one of the candidates. Chris convinces Jacob—who is among the students selected to question the candidates on live television—to expose his father for embezzling money to finance his reelection campaign. Only Mr. O’Leary, Wellington’s inquisitive history teacher, stands in the way of Chris’ influence over Jacob. He alone can stop the inevitable head-on father-son collision that Chris is guiding Jacob toward. But when tragedy strikes, Jacob is forced to journey into the past to reclaim a well-guarded family secret.

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Hidden Legacy
by Sylvie Kurtz
Rating: 4.1 Stars
Genre: Thriller/Suspense
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
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“The storyline flows so the reader never has to stop to think about it. Just when the reader thinks he/she has the story figured out Sylvie throws a curveball that keeps you on the edge of your seat.” -Judy K.

A jewel thief has kidnapped Juliana Shales’s daughter, leaving Juliana no choice but to steal the Nadyenka Sapphire and trade the royal treasure for her daughter’s safe return. What Juliana doesn’t realize is that she’ll have to steal it from Special Agent Lucas Vassilovich, the only man she’s ever loved.

Lucas is using the family heirloom to set a trap and capture the jewel thief making a fool of him. He has no idea he’s about snare the woman who’s haunted his dreams for the past six years. But even with his career on the line, Lucas will do anything to protect Juliana. Then he discovers the legacy she’s kept hidden from him.

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FREE BOOKS

Please make sure the price says “Kindle Price $0.00″ before clicking “Buy”. If it says “Prime Members $0.00″ “read for free”, it is NO LONGER FREE. All books are free at the time they are posted but are subject to change back to full price at any time. If you are outside of the United States, these books may not be free.



Crossroads Serenade
by Laurie Adair Grove
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Price: $0.00 Save $12.00
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

 

Small town prairie girl Meredith had an okay life, as far as as she knew, until her mom married drunken, abusive Raymond. A few years later, at fifteen, Meredith had taken more than enough of what he dished out, and the day finally came when she decided to leave town. Maybe she just needed to rest a while, or maybe it was fate that drew her in to The Serenade, but that day Meredith’s life changed for the better in the midst of a new group of people: young and old, traditional and contemporary women and men who offered her their support and friendship.

In this coming-of-age family saga, Meredith and Pete McBride, who is from a cattle ranching family, romance each other, and fall in love in high school, with plans to spend the rest of their lives together. But circumstances drive them away from each other, threatening to keep them apart forever. Meredith, with the help and encouragement of her circle of friends, eventually emerges from her hardened background, at last feeling like she has found her true family, and the man who is her one true love.

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Secret Murder: Who Shall Judge?
by Ellen Kuhfeld
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Mystery
Price: $0.00 Save $15.95
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

 

In the days of old, life could be cheap. Death, however, could be very expensive. “There is one problem. And here he comes, at this very moment.” Yes, Thorolf Pike was trouble. Declared an outlaw and exiled from his home, he had come from Surtsheim, where his fellow Norsemen lived, to Northlanding, where English settlers lived. Now he was dead, by an unknown hand. Who killed him? And, should the murderer be judged by English law, or by Norse law, for the crime of secret murder?

What if, in the middle ages, North America had been settled by Europeans? The Americas would have developed very differently. Settlers from an eleventh-century Europe would have been on a relatively even footing with the local people. We could end up with an Anglo-French empire along the Mississippi up to the head of navigation at Saint Anthony Falls. North of that would be Norse, settling on the Iron Range; and north of the Norse, Finns. Large areas of North America would still belong to the indigenous peoples. Traders would travel about, by land and by river, as traders always have. At trade fairs, men and women of different lands, laws, and customs would come together. As always, jackals would gather to prey upon them …

 

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