Bargain and Free Books for 6-11-13

by Greg on June 11, 2013

Here are 2 bargain books and 2 free books for you to check out. Please “LIKE” and share the deals with friends and family.

Book Of The Day: Multiples Of Six, by Andy Rane, has a 4.1 star rating and is only $2.99!


Faith, Hope & Love
by Kimberly Rae Jordan
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Christian Fiction
Price: $0.99 Save $3.00
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“Relationships and characters are very well defined and i could step into their world as i was reading.” -jvr

Six years after Colombian rebels took her missionary husband hostage, Cassie MacIntyre gets word that Quinn has been released and is on his way home. While initially excited to have her husband back, it isn’t long before joy turns to heartache as Cassie realizes that his time in captivity have robbed Quinn of his faith in God and apparently, his love for her.

The man who has come back to her is a stranger. Cassie struggles to keep alive the hope that there is a future for their marriage, their family and the love they once shared.


The Endorphin Conspiracy
by Fredric Stern
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Thriller/Suspense
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
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“What a great book!….Each page kept me wondering what would happen next” -marsmella

In the late 1950’s, the CIA, at the height of communist paranoia, established PROJECT MK ULTRA to develop drugs that could be utilized to effectively brainwash foreign enemies.

In 1963, the project came to an abrupt halt when several of the CIA’s own agents were unwittingly given high doses of LSD at a weekend retreat, and later suffered severe flashbacks, depression, and in one case, suicide as a result.

Thirty-five years have transpired since the fateful MK ULTRA project was shut down. A group of zealots, including several of the original participants, now in highly placed government and academic positions, has kept the program, known as the SIGMA PROJECT, alive.

Shifting their focus to the development of highly potent synthetic endorphins and utilizing PET (positron emission tomography) scan technology, they are on the threshold of a major breakthrough in the ability to understand and control the brain’s thought processes. And they will let no one get in their way.

Dr. Geoffrey Davis, a former medic in the Navy Seals, is the chief resident on the neurosurgery service at the New York Trauma Center. From his first day back on the job after spending a year in the PETronics Research Laboratory of Dr. Josef Balassi, strange events begin unfolding.

A crazed janitor, a former head injury patient at the NYTC, explosives in hand, takes a little girl hostage at the Central Park Zoo. A respected Hasidic rabbi opens fire with a machine gun on a crowded subway train.

Several of Geoff’s patients die under mysterious circumstances while on his neurosurgery service, and key aspects of their medical records, including their PET scans, vanish, leading Geoff inexorably toward the frightening conclusion that all of these events are in some way connected to activities at the NYTC’s PETronics Institute.

As the deadly conspiracy swirls around him, Geoff becomes increasingly isolated, on the run from the CIA, the police and his own medical staff. At stake is the ability to control the human brain, and Dr. Geoffrey Davis is the only one with the knowledge, courage, and ability to stop THE SIGMA PROJECT!



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by Tess Thompson
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Romance
Price: $0.00 Save $16.95
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When Lee Tucker’s husband commits suicide, he leaves her pregnant and one million dollars in debt to a loan shark. Out of options, she escapes to her deceased mother’s dilapidated house located in a small Oregon town that, like her, is financially ruined, heartbroken and in desperate need of a fresh start.

Lee’s resilience leads to a plan for a destination restaurant named Riversong, to new chances for passion and love, and to danger from her dead husband’s debt as her business blooms.

Author Tess Thompson (formerly known as Tess Hardwick) assembles a colorful cast of endearing small-town characters and takes you on a journey that will make you believe in the possibilities of life – even in the face of overwhelming adversity and unimaginable grief. Lee Tucker is the kind of woman you find yourself rooting for long after the last page is read.


Granddad in the Back
by Malcolm Henderson
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $3.97
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As I approached my eightieth year, those who care for me were telling me to slow down and restrict my activities to what they considered to be appropriate to my age. Everything being suggested pointed to a loss of freedom and a submittal to the control of others.

In dread of being confined to a geriatric life style, I set about finding ways in which cope with the problems of physical deterioration and thereby allow me to continue to function independently. I soon found this to be a positive and invigorating project laced with both practicality and fun.

The idea for the book came me at the end of holiday spent in France as guest of two friends and their daughters. We left the hotel at dawn to catch the car ferry back to England.

Richard was driving; his wife Lulu was beside him navigating and I was in the back doing peacekeeping duties between their the children with whom I have long had a good relationship enhanced by a week of beach activities and babysitting.

I have a thing about French coffee drunk in France from large bowl-like cups while dunking fresh croissants. I had more refills than was sensible in the half hour before our departure. An hour up the autoroute I realized I could do with a bathroom break. When a sign announced the next stop in 26 kilometers, I suggested we stop.

“Sorry, Malcolm! It is too soon to stop” Richard decreed. “We will stop at the following one in 76 kilometers.” We shot past the stop at high speed.

I managed to last out only by reliving a freezing afternoon in Morton Bay, Queensland, when I was a guest crew-member on a yacht competing in a sailing race with no opportunity to take a leak. It was sheer will power that had saved me on that occasion and I managed to muster the same once again but at a cost of agony of mind and body.

It was at the rest stop that I devised my Rest Stop Strategy. Out of parental ear-shot, I made a deal with the girls. On receiving a dig in ribs from me, one or both, it didn’t matter which. would call out in an urgent voice “Dad, please I must go pee pee now!” Each successful stop was rewarded with a chocolate bar or ice cream of choice.

Having found the means for taking control of the frequency of rest stop breaks, I set out to devise a “War on Aging” training course and enrolled myself as its first student. Maintaining control, not over others, but of your own life, is key to getting maximum satisfaction out of each day spent spent in life’s finale which can be the highlight and climax of the whole show.


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