It’s amazing how hard Amazon is going with this whole ‘free books’ movement.
For your Kindle, here are some offers (courtesy Happy Reader Joyce):
- Development of Nominal Inflection in First Language Acquisition: A Cross-Linguistic Perspective by Jost Gippert, Ursula Stephany, and Maria D. Voeikova. Price: $0. Genre: Linguistics, Language Documentation. This book must be good – just saying the title developed my linguistic abilities.
- The Dead Saint by Marilyn Brown Oden. Price: $0. Genre: White House in the Crosshairs, Political Thriller, Four Assassinations and a Funeral. Rated 4 stars on 4 reviews.
- Still Life with Murder (Neil Sweeney Mysteries/Gilded Age Mysteries) by P. B. Ryan. Price: $0. Genre: Mary Higgins Clark Award nominated book, Historical Mystery Series, A Governess and an Opium Smoker. In a past life P. B. Ryan won a RITA award and was nominated for 4 more.
- No Good Deed: Book One (The Mark Taylor Series) by Mary McDonald. Price: $1. Genre: Political Thriller, Cassandra with a Camera, Deep & Complex Hero. Rated 4.5 stars on 55 reviews. Had featured this as a good deal when it was $1 – At $0 it’s definitely worth a download.
- Canadian Meds by John Moynihan. Price: $0. Genre: Fiction, Drug selling Czar, Satirical Portrait of Med Sellers. Fictional Story about selling Canadian Meds over the Internet. Tread with caution with Canadian Meds or you might get fined $500 million like Google.
- Little Miss Mary and The Big Monster Makeover by Gleb Toropov and Cleone Cassidy. Price: $0. Genre: Little Miss Mary, Huge Hairy Monster, Cutie and the Beast.
- Awakening: Dead Forever Book 1 by William Campbell. Price: $0. Genre: A World Without Death, A Life Without Freedom, Science Fiction Adventure. Rated 3.5 stars on 11 reviews.
- The Prophet of Panamindorah – Book 1: Fauns and Filinians by Abigail Hilton. Price: $0. Genre: Fantasy, Children’s Books, A Magical World except someone’s trying to kill you. Authors who like to make up imaginary names should consider making them easy to pronounce.
Thanks to Happy Reader Joyce for catching all of these early so I could share them with you for breakfast.