Thursday, November 10, 2011

Free eBooks November 10, 2011

Here are some eBooks I found that are free to download. I looked at Barnes & Noble first, I will link there and Amazon if they have it as well. I have not read these books, so this list isn't one of recommendations, just a list of free books I thought looked interesting.

1. Black Market Billions: How Organized Retail Crime Funds Global Terrorists by Hitha Prabhakar - B&N, Amazon
Black Market Billions blows the lid off the world’s fastest-growing illicit industry: organized retail crime. Hitha Prabhakar reveals how criminals with ties to terrorist groups around the world are committing huge product thefts, and using the profits to fund terrorist acts. Prabhakar connects the dots and follows the money… from consumers “dying for a deal” to terrorist cells eager to do the killing.

2. Angelic Voices by Deb Logan - B&N, Smashwords
Twelve-year-old Deanne Lawyer has a beautiful voice and a problem — her choir director just reassigned her descant solo to Sucky Susie Emerson! Deanne will have to use all the wiles her life as the little sister of five brothers has provided to reclaim her rights in time to wow the director of the adult choir for the annual Easter Cantata. Better watch out, Susie. Deanne is on a mission!

3. Wraiths of Caledonia by Damian Foyle - B&N, Smashwords
The night cycle falls on the mining planet of Caledonia. Only minutes away from the sundown Colonel Maser must embark on a rescue mission, racing against time and harsh oncoming conditions as the only native inhabitant of the planet starts to surface from their nests.

4. Haunted by Willow Cross - B&N, Smashwords
Have you ever heard something go bump in the night and wondered if someone was there? Only to go looking for the cause of the noise and find nothing at all. Or how about unexplainably feeling like you’re being watched when you’re completely alone? Things disappearing for no reason or strange ghostly footsteps in the hall?

This book is a collage of short stories about a few of the otherworldly experiences I’ve had. Although they are not movie worthy, you may find them interesting. All the stories are 100% true. Nothing has been added for dramatic effect.

5. Ignite by Brina Courtney - B&N, Smashwords
Ignite is a bonus short story from the Cryptid Tales Series

Jeremy has no last name. His family has left him at Marksville Orphanage in rural eastern Virginia, hoping to find work during the end of the Great Depression. Unfortunately Jeremy is never adopted, because HE intervened before Jeremy ever had the chance. Ignite is just a piece of his story.
Don’t miss Reveal, the next installment in the Cryptid Tales available December 16, 2011.

1 comment:

  1. I'm extremely jealous because I wanted HUNTED and IGNITE, but they aren't free for Kindle. I might need a NOOK after all. Who said I couldn't have both?


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