Free Kindle Books – 3 Free Books For 3-8-12

by Greg on March 8, 2012

Good morning! Here are 3 free Kindle books for you to enjoy. Have a great Thursday! Please “LIKE” this and share the free books with your friends.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Assassin’s Curse

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Storm Surge (A Jonie Waters Mystery)
by Tamara Ward
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Cozy Mystery
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Storm Surge, A Jonie Waters Mystery is a cozy mystery set in Wilmington, NC. Defeating odds and ignoring well-meant advice is her specialty, so when fledgling reporter Jonie Waters follows a news tip and discovers her girlhood friend’s mangled body, nothing can dissuade her from setting out to find the murderer.

Though Jonie attracts the suspicions of local police as she finds herself in the middle of other related crimes, she continues her investigation, risking her job, tentative family ties, and the chance of romance with the alluring lead investigator.

**Now with bonus excerpt from Silver Flashing, A Jonie Waters Mystery – Book 2**


Defying Gravity
by Cherie Reich
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction/Romance
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Homesick upon the SS Perseid, Linia, a young linguist, thinks she signed up for a mission of peace, but her crew members have another plan: attack the planet Medusa.

Bored with his dying planet, Alezandros, a space cruiser pilot, joins the Medusan army in his quest for adventure.

When the SS Perseid clashes with the Medusans’ cruisers, Alezandros and Linia’s lives intertwine. Sucked through a wormhole, they crash upon a post-apocalyptic Earth and are captured by cannibals. In adjacent cells, Alezandros and Linia cast their differences aside for a common bond: escape. But when romantic feelings emerge between them, they might do the unthinkable because for a Medusan and a Persean to fall in love, it would defy gravity.


25 Easy Cook Recipes For Meatloaf
by Lori Jane Stewart
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Cooking, Food, & Wine
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The new Amazon Bestseller from international best selling author Lori Jane Stewart.

Who says meatloaf has to be boring?

The only thing these meatloaf recipes have in common is that they are made with meat (most of them) and are formed into a loaf.

Have you ever wondered who came up with the idea for a meatloaf?

The first mention of it is found in the 5th century Roman recipe collection Apicius.

Meatloaf gained favor with the Dutch and Germans and is still a traditional dish in those regions of the world. Americans were introduced to meatloaf in Colonial times when German immigrants served a mix of pork and cornmeal called scrapple to their families. Meatloaf did not make it into American cookbooks until the early 15th century.

Every country has its own name for meatloaf. In Austria, it is called Faschierter Braten and is wrapped in ham. In Denmark, meatloaf is Forloren Hare and is a mixture of pork and beef with bacon on top. Finland calls their meatloaf Lihamureke and uses only salt and pepper for spice. In Germany, the meatloaf goes by the name Hackbraten and often includes boiled eggs inside. Italian meatloaf is called Polpettone and is often filled with eggs, ham, and cheese.

No matter what you call it, meatloaf is a favorite in any country.


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1 Mary March 8, 2012 at 4:32 pm

Short of the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew…there is no such thing as a ‘cozy murder’. Even Murder She Wrote had blood and violence. I’ve read thousands of books in my lifetime, and trust me, they do not exist. Murder is murder.

2 Sandy March 8, 2012 at 10:57 am

Again, thanks for the books!

3 karen Wetzel March 8, 2012 at 3:10 am

I was wondering what a COZY mystery was myself.

4 Patrice D-Wim March 8, 2012 at 2:36 am

Im wondering the same thing.

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