More Ereader Deals for 7-22-16

by Greg on July 22, 2016

Add more books to your weekend reading list with these 5 bargain books and 2 free books.

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Cozy Mystery Seven Sleuth Set – Amazon
by Various Authors
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Mystery
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
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“This collection of books is the BEST!!!!!” -Linda R.

Murder In Happy Creek by Meredith Potts

After her husband’s unexpected passing, retired secretary Rose Calahan just wants to give her heart proper time to heal. Before she has a chance to, her former private investigator boss is found murdered. Even more, the murder seems to be tied to an old case that Rose helped her boss in solving. All signs point to Rose holding the key to finding the killer. She sets out to investigate, determined to bring the murderer to justice.

Fishing For Murder by Meredith Potts

After losing both her job and her boyfriend, Hope Hadley trades Hollywood, California, for her hometown of Hollywood, Florida. Before she has a chance to piece her life back together, her best friend’s boyfriend is murdered. Even worse, the local police wrongfully suspect that her friend is the killer. Determined to clear her friend’s name, Hope sets out to find the real killer herself.

Deadpan Murder by Meredith Potts

Poppy Gibson picked a bad day to start a diet. Just as she’s having a craving for caramels, she gets the awful news that her friend, Lara, has been murdered. Even more, it looks like one of Lara’s grown children committed the crime. As Lara’s best friend, Poppy finds herself in the best position to wade through the various motives and alibis to bring the real killer to justice.

The Deadly Rival Affair by K.M. Morgan

Just when Daisy McDare thinks her life can’t get any better, she discovers the dead body of her neighbor, Eric O’Doul. While the local detective thinks Eric’s death was a burglary gone wrong, Daisy believes something more devious is at play.

Determined to bring her neighbor’s killer to justice, Daisy starts snooping around. Unfortunately, she uncovers half a dozen suspects, all with killer motives. Can Daisy catch the killer in time, or will her intrusion in the case make her the next victim?

Mattress Mart Murder by Kayla Michelle

Thirty-four year old cosmetics saleswoman Chloe Cook is busy searching for a love that lasts in the tourist town of Cape Cod when a murder strikes. The victim is Marty Diamond, a mattress mogul known for his high pressure sales tactics and schlocky TV ads. Unfortunately, the local police detective suspects that Chloe’s good friend Kristina Miller is the killer. To prove Kristina’s innocence, Chloe has to take matters into her own hands and find the real killer herself.

A Novel To Die For by Bridget Bowman

Newspaper reporter Deanna Devlin finally gets a promotion from writing puff pieces to covering more serious stories. Unfortunately, her next assignment hits a little too close to home when one of her friends is accused of murdering a local book store owner. Deanna knows her friend couldn’t have committed the crime, but the only way to prove it to the police is to find the real killer herself. There are no shortage of suspects in the case, including a tarot-card loving mistress, a jaded wife, a sleazy land developer, and a sassy mother-in-law. With the clock ticking, Deanna scrambles to uncover the truth before it’s too late.

The Witches Of Enchanted Bay Six Book Series by Amelia Morgan

Welcome to Enchanted Bay, a picture-perfect small town on the coast of Northern California.

Meg Walton comes from a long line of witches. It’s a secret her family has been keeping for generations. The Waltons have been living a quiet existence, running the local donut shop in town. All that changes when a murder occurs.

Enter Connor Smith, Meg’s former crush, who left for San Francisco ten years before, and who has now returned to town as the new detective with the Enchanted Bay police department. If Meg’s feelings were mixed enough over having Connor back in town, the detective wrongfully suspects one of Meg’s good friends for murder.


The Guardian – Amazon
by Lee H. Haywood
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Fantasy
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“An engaging first novel. I look forward to more well written, compelling stories from this new author.” -Beth R.

Sleeping gods should be left to slumber, but Bently’s hand is being forced.

In Laveria, the gods have vanished, and now the armies of the Necromancer move unchecked. When the seemingly unassailable Kingdom of Capernicus falls to the carrion horde, the Necromancer demands a high price for peace: the Orb of Azure, a fabled artifact that would turn a mortal into a god.

With his king dead and his homeland falling to ruin, Captain Bently is given the most important task of his life. He must escort the daughter of a witch into the closed borders of his ancient enemy. But once there, he will find himself thrust into a world of treacherous politics, religious secrets, and arcane arts. Bently will soon discover he must venture on the most perilous quest of all.

THE GUARDIAN tells of the journey undertaken by a desperate few to awaken the last of the Sundered Gods. To do so, the baseborn son of a king must join forces with his sworn foe. A young sorceress must find a way to control the wellspring of magic that flows through her blood. An uncertain elf lord must master the game of politics if he hopes to navigate a court riddled with dark intrigue, while a dragon must unlock the fiery strength of his ancestors. With the Necromancer’s reach ever expanding, Bently is left to make a choice that will decide the fate of the world: to awaken the vengeful god of old, or bow to the dominion of the dead.

The battle for Laveria is at hand. To the victor goes the Orb of Azure, and with it, the power to reshape the world.


Through the Fire – Amazon
by Beth Trissel
Rating: 4.1 Stars
Genre: Historical Romance
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“…full of interesting characters, beautifully described scenery, and vivid action sequences. It is a must read for any fan of historical romance.” Poinsettia, for Long and Short Reviews

Award-Winning Author

Will love inflame these two natural-born enemies in fiery destruction?

Passions run deep in the raging battle to possess a continent, its wealth and furs. Both the French and English count powerful Indian tribes as their allies.

English lady Rebecca Elliot, having eloped to America with a British captain, finds herself a widow. When she ventures into the colonial frontier with the militia to seek her uncle, she unwittingly enters a dangerous world of rugged mountains, wild animals, and even wilder men. The rules are different here and she doesn’t know them, especially those of the savagely handsome warrior who captures her body and her heart.

Half-Shawnee, half-French warrior Shoka, former guide for English traders, is the hawk, swift, sure, and silent as the moon. He knows all about survival in this untamed land and how deadly distraction can be. His intent is to sell Rebecca to the French before she draws him under her spell, but if he lets her go he can no longer protect her. If he holds onto her, can he safeguard his heart? With battle looming and an enemy warrior bent on vengeance, Shoka and Rebecca must decide whether to fight together or be destroyed.


The Journal of John Wesley – Amazon
by John Wesley
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Religious
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“His Journal reflects the first great awakening in Britain and his own relationship with God in every person of the Trinity.” -John F.

John Wesley is one of the most important figures of Protestantism due to his being a central figure in founding the Methodist Church.

This is the story of his life, written by himself.

The historian Thomas Babington Macaulay said that Wesley was “a man whose eloquence and logical acuteness might have made him eminent in literature, whose genius for government was not inferior to that of Richelieu, and who, whatever his errors may have been, devoted all his powers in defiance of obloquy and derision, to what he sincerely considered as the highest good of his species.”

But despite how Wesley has been viewed posthumously, he did not always find spreading his views a simple matter.

Indeed, he was slandered, cursed, attacked by mobs and pelted by stones, had to travel through atrocious weather and rough seas, imprisoned and even saw an effigy of himself burnt before his eyes.

Through all this Wesley persisted.

He traveled the length and breadth of the country, from Leeds to Leicester, the Isle of Man to the Channel Islands, Wales to Scotland. He records that at one point he journeyed over 2,400 miles in 7 months, sometimes covering over 90 miles in a single day.

He ventured outside of the country on a number of occasions, visiting Ireland and even preaching to Native Americans when he was young. But age did not stop him and in his 80th year he visited Holland to continue preaching.

John Wesley’s Journal is not only a fascinating insight into the life of this religious leader, but it is also an eyewitness account of the eighteenth century world. Wesley’s travels over much of Britain provide a brilliant social history of what life was like during this period.

He notes down his meetings with a huge range of people from lords and ladies to Dr. Samuel Johnson right through to smugglers, sailors, soldiers and even French prisoners. At the beginning he preached to only small sceptical groups but by the end of his life he was drawing crowds of over 30,000.

His Journal documents his life right through to his last year in 1791 at the age of 87. He had been preaching Methodism for over fifty years, crossing and re-crossing the kingdom, recording what he saw and what he believed. This Journal should be of value to anyone interested in the origins of Methodism or eighteenth century history.


The Tenth Cycle – Amazon
by J.C. Ryan
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Thriller and Suspense
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“Definite MUST READ!!! This book is fascinating, keeps you guessing and is truly a work of art!” -C’est Moi Amazon Reviewer

Amazon Bestselling Author

A Conspiracy Thriller. The Truth About Human History Is About To Be Revealed. Will We Be Allowed To Know The Truth?

For thousands of years the truth about human history has intentionally been suppressed and exploited.

For decades scholars have been saying that the truth about human history will be found inside the Great Pyramid of Giza, but up till now no one has ever been able to find it. Those who tried have been ridiculed and persecuted.

Will Daniel Rossler and Dr. Sarah Clarke be allowed to uncover the real and true message? As they come closer to the truth, skepticism out of the academic community is replaced by evil and malicious adversaries, dumping them into a very hostile world where violence, deceit and duplicity become their daily companions. The mysterious Orion Society with its deranged and psychopathic members, the CIA, the Marines, the Mossad and even the President of the United States become involved. Not all of them have good intentions.



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Chop, Chop – The Series of a Lifetime – Amazon
by L.N. Cronk
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Christian Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $9.99
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Amazon Bestselling and Award-Winning Author

All seven stories in the best-selling Chop, Chop series combined into one book. Included are:

Chop, Chop


Pon, Pon

The Other Brother

The Other Mothers




The Game Master – Amazon
by D. E. Stevenson
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Children and Middle Grade
Price: $0.00 Save $11.75
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Tired of arguing over which of them was the best gamer, Josh and Alex stumbled upon a new video game shop, run by an enigmatic Japanese shopkeeper. He was to be their Game Master in this virtual reality video game that had no game controls.

Little did they know it was a game that would change their lives, of their friends… and enemies… forever.

“Oh! This game is no ordinary game,” The Game Master explained, “It reads your thoughts, seeks out your weaknesses to provide you with challenges.”

“It can read our minds?” puzzled the boys. As they progressed through the game’s levels they discovered more about those around them. Then, mysteriously, the Game of Life began to spread its influence beyond Josh and Alex’s lives and to their friends.

From switching roles with each other, campfire frolics and ghostly stories from their teachers, the Game Master’s zany antics as he hosted a T.V. game show, “Hiro’s Happy Heroes.


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