Kindle Daily Deal, Bargain and Free Books for 1-12-13

by Greg on January 12, 2013

Add more great books to your Kindle library by downloading today’s Kindle Daily Deal, another bargain book and 3 free books. Please “LIKE” and share with your fellow book-loving friends.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: The Sasha McCandless Series has a 4.5 star rating and is on sale for only $2.99 – save $7!


The Wicked One
by Danelle Harmon
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Historical Romance
Price: $1.99 Save $3.00
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The bluest of blood; the boldest of hearts; the de Montforte brothers will take your breath away.” When the powerful Lucien de Montforte, the Duke of Blackheath, arrives home to find a dangerous and vengeful woman waiting for him in his bed with pistol in hand, the master manipulator never dreams that he has finally met his match. But thanks to his scheming family’s successful attempts to force a wedding, the wicked and wily duke finds himself entangled in a web of his own making in this spectacular conclusion to Danelle Harmon’s critically acclaimed de Montforte Brothers series!



The Promise
by Jessica Sorensen
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Price: $0.99


My name is Gemma Lucas and my life’s a mess. Alex is gone, my dad’s trapped in his own mind, and my mom’s working for the dark side. Not to mention Nicholas refuses to quit haunting me. The world has also entered apocalyptic mode. Everyday more vampires, witches, and fey run the streets.

Innocent people are dying. The Mark of Malefiscus is showing up everywhere. And I’m the only one who can stop it. The only problem is I have to die in order to do so. And I have to let Alex die. Something I’m not sure I can do.



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Treasure of Saint-Lazare
by John Pearce
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Historical Mystery
Price: $0.00 Save $14.95
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An old lover brings a cryptic letter to Paris, pulling Eddie Grant reluctantly into a treacherous web of intrigue and death — but giving him a slim chance to find the terrorists who murdered his family seven years before. It launches him on a dangerous quest through Paris and the Loire Valley for the most valuable piece of Nazi loot that remains missing, a famous Raphael self-portrait from the early 16th century, along with the crates of Nazi bullion that accompanied it — all intended to finance the Fourth Reich.

Jen Wetzmuller, daughter of his father”s World War II colleague in Army Intelligence, arrives in Paris, bearing a letter she found after he father was run down by a car on the streets of Sarasota. Its clues take Eddie from his Paris home to Florida, where he works to solve the mystery, barely escaping with his life. Then it”s back home to burrow into the darkest reaches of the German occupation in search of the treasure. Along the way he and Jen restart the brief, fiercely passionate affair that he abandoned, to his regret, 20 years before Sarasota. Most of all, Treasure of Saint-Lazare is a novel about Paris.


God, The Universe And Darwin
by Richard Woodling
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Christian/Non-Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $9.99
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If you have ever asked “Where did I come from?” and “Why am I here?” you will find it hard to put “God, The Universe And Darwin” down. If you are a Christian you will be thrilled to learn about groundbreaking discoveries pouring in from the sciences that confirm the words in the Bible. If you are an evolutionist this book should give you pause to reconsider your position.
Today millions of people believe that the universe, the Earth and all the life on it evolved according to Darwin’s theory of evolution. Most people, though, are unaware that evolution has only been accepted as true because Darwin’s theories have been universally declared as non-disputable fact. All other evidence to the contrary has been ignored or rejected.

What is little known about this is that there is a growing legion of scientists who have completely rejected evolution as not only highly improbable but scientifically unprovable. What Richard Woodling brings to this debate is an easy and concise explanation of the science behind not only Darwin’s theories but also Special Creation. The book is unique as it is set in the venue of a trial with each side presenting their best evidence on the principles fundamental to our origin. You the reader are put in the role of final judge and jury to decide which side’s testimony is likely correct. Being over two years in the making the facts uncovered about the true nature of the evolution and creation debate are astounding.


The Sinister Submarine
by V.J. Wells
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Children’s Book
Price: $0.00 Save $7.99
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It was just supposed to be a day at the beach, with some swimming and snorkeling, in the clear blue waters surrounding a small Bahamian island. But then everything changed. Sally was the first to see it – a dark shadow on the ocean floor. Carefully Sally, Jimmy and their new friend Sandy, swam towards the shape in order to get a better look and were startled by what they saw. What the heck is an old, World War II submarine doing in the waters of the Bahamas? That’s just one of the questions that 13-year-old twins, Jimmy and Sally Brant need to answer as they find themselves in the middle of a mystery. Follow along as they discover clues, dodge danger and even rescue a dolphin while they use all their skills, and some help from the U.S. Coast Guard, to solve the mystery of the Sinister Submarine.


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