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Helping Kids Around the World to Read, One Kindle at a Time

If you’re interested in helping to spread the magic of the Kindle Revolution around the world, you might be interested in this relatively new non-profit organization.

Worldreader.org is a Barcelona-based not-for-profit devoted to making digital books available to children in developing countries. Using emerging e-book/reader technology, the organization’s mission is to improve children’s lives.  (Here’s a link to a short video, courtesy of YouTube, showing the children’s excitement.)  Their promotional materials stress that e-book technology is “sharply reducing the cost and complexity of delivering reading material everywhere”.

The end-goal: to stimulate under-served youth internationally with “life-changing and power-creating ideas” in books published across the globe. Former Amazon.com executive David Risher is behind the project. His former boss, CEO Jeff Bezos, has praised Risher’s innovative philanthropic work.

The project has received attention from CNN, The Wall Street Journal, and The Huffington Post. In the July 5 article published by the Journal, Risher said that Worldreader.org is embracing the “long-term idea is that technology will ultimately help create a real culture of reading in parts of the world where that’s not been possible before.”

Risher and his colleagues are preparing for a year-long trial in Ghana, where the Ministry of Education has offered support, to determine the effects of e-book technology on the literacy of children. As they wage this e-campaign, Worldreader.org is underway building relationships with local African publishers and authors to digitize relevant content for Ghanaian communities.

For more information, visit Worldreader.org or go straight to the organization’s Donation Page.

Amazon is Giving Away 5 Kindles!


Amazon posted the following on its Facebook page about an hour ago:

In appreciation of our Kindle Facebook fans, we are giving away five free Kindles. All Kindle fans on Facebook, who are at least 18 years of age and U.S. residents, are eligible. Five randomly selected fans will each receive one free Kindle. Visit the ‘Kindle Giveaway’ tab to enter now.

Here’s the link to enter: http://www.facebook.com/kindle?v=app_116587858398042&ref;=ts

Good luck!

Start Reading an Excerpt from The Kinshield Legacy Right Here on Your Browser with “Kindle for the Web”

Thanks to Amazon’s new “Kindle for the Web” feature, now you can begin reading today’s Kindle Nation Daily sponsoring novel, The Kinshield Legacy, right here on your browser and then decide if you’d like to keep reading on your Kindle, iPad, or other device.*

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Kindle Nation Daily Free Book Alert, Tuesday, September 28: Two New Free, Full-Length Page-Turners Featuring FBI Profiler Karen Vail, plus K.C. May’s The Kinshield Legacy (Today’s Sponsor), and Links to Over a Million Free Kindle Titles

Novelist Alan Jacobson tops this morning’s Free Book Alert with a sweet bundle of his previous — and next! — page-turners involving FBI profiler Karen Vail. What does New York Times bestselling author Michael Connelly have to say about Jacobson’s new offering? “From the first page Velocity is as relentless as a bullet. Karen Vail is my kind of hero and Alan Jacobson is my kind of writer!” But please act quickly to download one and pre-order the other because they are not likely to remain free for long!

But first … a word from Today’s Sponsor

No “Editor’s Note” required on this amazing new novel from K.C. May! With 4.9 stars and stellar reviews from the likes of Piers Anthony and Mother Lode, what more could I add?
A mysterious stone tablet with five magical gems has sat abandoned in a cave for two hundred years. The kingdom is in ruins, with only warrant knights to keep the peace. But then, the gems in the tablet, one by one, disappear.

Warrant knight Gavin Kinshield is a man of many secrets. He’s the one deciphering the runes in the tablet. Unless he can find a suitable replacement, he’ll be Thendylath’s next king. All he really wants is the letter written by his ancestor Ronor Kinshield, champion to King Arek, confessing the truth of how the king perished.

Daia Saberheart, warrior of the Viragon Sisterhood, wants to find the future king and help him claim his rightful place.

Blacksmith Risan Stronghammer wants to reward him with a powerful weapon.

And the sorcerer Brodas Ravenkind wants to capture him, steal his secret and claim the throne for himself.

But when Gavin finally tracks down Ronor’s letter, he gets more than he’s bargained for, for the truth of King Arek’s demise is far darker than he ever imagined.
From the very first page, The Kinshield Legacy grabs you by the throat and propels you into a world of magic, sorcery, jeweled-eyed gargoyles and a sisterhood of female warriors. A world where beyonders savage unsuspecting travelers; where a dark, yet charismatic, wizard covets the king’s throne for his own and will let no one get in his way–including the rightful ruler. He who claims the King’s Bloodstone shall reign as king. Enter Gavin Kinshield, warrant knight and rune solver, a man haunted by his past, and a hero like no other. A rousing debut from K. C. May, an author worth watching.
~ Carol Davis Luce, Author of Night Passage

“The Kinshield Legacy is a rousing good fantasy tale, with nice characterization and some ferocious action. These days I read primarily for business rather than pleasure, but I found myself eager to return to this novel.”
~ Piers Anthony, Author of the Xanth novels

“The Kinshield Legacy, is a spellbinding tale of magical moments with truly unforgettable characters. You will find this book difficult to put down as you follow the twists and turns of a finely woven story, cheering on the main character as he follows the path to his destiny.”
~ a B&N; reviewer

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The 7th Victim
The 7th Victim
by Alan Jacobson – Kindle Price: $0.00 – Text-to-Speech: Enabled

Jacobson’s third novel (after False Accusations and The Hunted) has all the ingredients for a best-selling psychological thriller: strong female lead, multifaceted serial killer, compelling plot, and just enough secrets and surprises to keep the adrenaline racing. The hunt is on for the notorious Dead Eyes killer who is preying on young women. Karen Vail is a gritty yet vulnerable FBI profiler with a precarious personal life. As Vail and the task force pursue the serial killer, readers are drawn into the inner sanctum of a profiler while simultaneously privy to the killer’s crazed thoughts. The murders rapidly escalate, and Vail’s personal life is careening out of control, threatening to derail her investigation. When the killer strikes a seventh time, surprising revelations provide a shocking finale. The author’s seven years of study with the FBI’s profiling unit have helped him craft a riveting, authentically detailed thriller that will ensnare readers. Strongly recommended for all popular fiction collections.—Mary Todd Chesnut, Northern Kentucky Univ. Lib., Highland Heights 


 by Alan Jacobson – Kindle Price:    $0.00 – Text-to-Speech: Enabled  
Pre-order FREE now and this title will be auto-delivered to your Kindle on October 5, 2010.

Michael Connelly, New York Times bestselling author: “From the first page Velocity is as relentless as a bullet. Karen Vail is my kind of hero and Alan Jacobson is my kind of writer!”  

Supervisory Special Agent Michael Upchurch, Drug Enforcement Administration (ret): “Jacobson captures the complexity of the mission faced by DEA, the threat posed to our country, and the constant danger our agents face battling members of international drug trafficking organizations. As someone who devoted his career to carrying out that mission, I can say first-hand that Velocity hits the target. Jacobson’s acquired a new fan.” 

Ridley Pearson, New York Times bestselling author: “Alan Jacobson writes with a firm hand, a strong voice, and fine eye for detail.”

by Mike Shevdon – 5 out of 5 stars (2 customer reviews) – Kindle Price: $0.00 Text-to-Speech: Enabled 
THERE IS A SECRET WAR GROWING BENEATH THE STREETS OF LONDON.   A dark magic will be unleashed by the Untainted…Unless a new hero can be found. The smarter, faster brother to Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere has arrived. 

Twelve Kindle-Compatible Math and Science Textbooks

Can you imagine a future when high school students can work on their tans, shoot baskets in the driveway, or chill on the sofa while their Kindles read their homework assignments to them?
That future is here, and here are 12 very useful and very free high school math and science textbooks to prove it. With innovative public high school administrators like Clearwater High School’s Keith Mastorides buying Kindles by the thousands for their students, it is just a matter of time before we’ll see textbook publishers jumping through hoops to provide Kindle editions of their texts. But these 12 free math and science ebooks with text-to-speech enabled are a great start, and they are well worth downloading and keeping in your Kindle archives for whenever you or someone younger in your family might need them. They’re pretty good on the Kindle 2 or 3, fine on a Kindle DX, and especially user-friendly on an iPad, Mac, or PC. 
(Once you buy just about any Kindle ebook, it’s a snap to go to your Manage Your Kindle page and send the ebook to other registered devices to which you have downloaded free Kindle apps. See the screenshot above at the right.)

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Amazon’s Evolution as a Cutting Edge Publisher of Emerging Authors Continues with 12 New Titles, Including a Kindle Nation Fave

Amazon’s evolution into — among so many other things — a cutting-edge publisher of emerging indie authors continues today with the announcement of a dozen “exceptional new titles” to be published by its AmazonEncore imprint, including two — Faking It” and “Ordinary World” —  by former Free Kindle Nation Shorts author Elisa Lorello. We were pleased to introduce Faking It to thousands of Kindle Nation readers in early April with this lengthy, enticing excerpt. Congratulations, Elisa!

Announced in May 2009, AmazonEncore is a program which identifies exceptional books and emerging authors using information on Amazon.com, such as customer reviews and sales data. Amazon then works with the authors to introduce or re-introduce their books to readers through marketing and distribution into multiple channels and formats, such as the Amazon Books Store, Amazon Kindle Store, and national and independent bookstores via third-party wholesalers. AmazonEncore is a brand for titles published by Amazon Content Services LLC. 

Here’s the guts of this morning’s press release from Amazon:

AmazonEncore Announces Four Additions to Fall 2010 Publishing List and Full Spring 2011 Publishing List

Great new fiction, including two books from Kindle bestseller Karen McQuestion, and Amazon’s first diet book, highlight the offerings
SEATTLE, Sep 28, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced that AmazonEncore will introduce eight exceptional new books this spring. The list features compelling works of fiction including “Catcher, Caught” by Sarah Collins Honenberger; “Stalina” by Emily Rubin; “The Summer Son” by Craig Lancaster; “Regarding Ducks and Universes” by Neve Maslakovic; “Faking It” and “Ordinary World” by Elisa Lorello; and “Nickel Plated” by Aric Davis, as well as the physical edition debut of J.A. Konrath’s “Shaken” (available first on Kindle in October 2010). The spring 2011 list also marks the imprint’s first diet book, “Get Real and Stop Dieting!” by Brett Blumenthal. AmazonEncore books are available in print format at www.amazon.com and as wireless digital downloads in less than 60 seconds from the Kindle Store (www.amazon.com/kindlestore) to Kindle devices and Kindle apps. For more information on AmazonEncore and upcoming titles, visit www.amazon.com/encore.
In addition, AmazonEncore is announcing four terrific additions to the fall 2010 publishing list: “Waiting for the Taliban” by Anna Badkhen; “Easily Amused” and “Celia and the Fairies” by Karen McQuestion; and “An Awesome Book of Thanks!” by Dallas Clayton.
“We’ve been happily overwhelmed with great books to share with readers this spring,” said Jeff Belle, Vice President, Amazon.com Books. “With four great additions to our fall publishing list–including AmazonEncore’s first picture book–and spring books ranging from our first diet book to a science-fiction twinged tale from a Yugoslavian immigrant, we hope every reader finds something to enjoy.”
In “Waiting for the Taliban,” which was originally written as a syndicated diary that was published in Foreign Policy magazine, war correspondent Anna Badkhen returns to Northern Afghanistan in search of the friends she made in the early days of the occupation there, back when it was the safest part of an unsafe land. Her journey takes her to an entirely different place than the one she first encountered: blighted, hopeless, still unspeakably beautiful but now overrun by the Taliban. Traveling from village to village, she comes to understand what went so terribly wrong in the north–and, by extension, what she believes is going so terribly wrong in Afghanistan in general. “Waiting for the Taliban” was published on Sept. 9.
From bestselling Kindle author Karen McQuestion, “Easily Amused” is a lighthearted romantic comedy about a young woman who finds love and friendship where she least expects it: her backyard. AmazonEncore will also be publishing McQuestion’s “Celia and the Fairies,” a middle-grade reader about a young girl who embarks on a quest to save the destruction of fairies’ homes–and her own–from a vengeful developer. McQuestion had written fiction for years, but it wasn’t until she self-published her novel on Kindle that she found her readers. Her success with self-publishing earned a movie option and publishing deals for five of her books. Her first novel, “A Scattered Life,” has been ranked as high as #5 in the Kindle Store. McQuestion lives in Hartland, Wis., with her husband and three children. “Easily Amused” was published on Sept. 21, and “Celia and the Fairies” will be published on Nov. 2.
An Awesome Book of Thanks!,” written and illustrated by Dallas Clayton, is an uplifting book about being thankful for all the things in the world, good and bad, large and small, and welcoming life wholeheartedly. The book conveys, in pictures and simple yet beautiful language, all the ways one can be thankful, and all the different things in life to be thankful for. Clayton is the author and illustrator of “An Awesome Book!” He is also the creator of The Awesome World Foundation which donates books to children in need. Clayton lives in Los Angeles. AmazonEncore’s first picture book, “An Awesome Book of Thanks!” will be published on Nov. 2.
In Sarah Collins Honenberger’s “Catcher, Caught,” 15-year old Daniel Landon sees a reflection of himself in the words of J.D. Salinger’s “The Catcher in the Rye” after being diagnosed with leukemia. The author was inspired by her desire to reconnect today’s teenagers with the voice of Holden Caulfield through a narrative based on the true-life story of an abused and neglected teenage boy suffering from leukemia. Honenberger was herself stricken with cancer after writing “Catcher, Caught“; thankfully, her cancer is now in remission. Honenberger lives in Virginia. “Catcher, Caught” will be published on Dec. 28.
Get Real and Stop Dieting!” by fitness instructor and wellness expert Brett Blumenthal cuts through the chaos of fad diets and scientific mumbo jumbo to demystify healthy eating once and for all. Blumenthal has zeroed in on five simple “Get Real” principles, which are accompanied by 40 pages of healthy, satisfying recipes that range from whole-grain pancakes to rich chocolate clusters. Blumenthal’s writing has been featured online on Yahoo!, Shine from Yahoo!, Divine Caroline, Intent, Wellsphere, Tonic and Gather. “Get Real and Stop Dieting!” will be published on Dec. 28.
Emily Rubin’s “Stalina” is a daring twist on the timeless immigrant tale in which a witty and fearless Russian woman will stop at nothing to reconcile the pain of the past and find happiness in America. Rubin’s fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. In 2005, she began producing “Dirty Laundry: Loads of Prose,” a reading series that takes place in Laundromats around the United States. She lives in New York state. “Stalina” will be published on Jan. 4.
The Summer Son,” by novelist Craig Lancaster, explores the complexities of family dynamics and two men’s turbulent journey toward healing. Mitch Quillen is nearly 40 and facing the quintessential midlife crisis: a career going nowhere, a marriage slowly dying and a tumultuous relationship with his father. When he is beset by mysterious phone calls from his father, he travels to Montana to face the man that he holds responsible for much of his discontent. Lancaster, a journalist and novelist, is the author of “600 Hours of Edward,” named a Montana Honor Book. He lives in Billings, Mont., with his wife and two dachshunds. “The Summer Son” will be published on Jan. 25.
Neve Maslakovic’s “Regarding Ducks and Universes” is a novel about a culinary writer who learns that he has an alter ego in an alternate universe and who sets out to snoop around his alter ego’s life, with dangerous consequences. A native of Belgrade, Maslakovic earned her Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Stanford University and is a member of the Loft Literary Center. She currently lives in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. “Regarding Ducks and Universes” is her first novel and will be published on Feb. 22.
Faking It,” Elisa Lorello’s first novel, introduces 30-something writing professor Andi Cutrone, who meets a male escort at a party she attends after breaking off her engagement. Intrigued, she calls him, and over cheesecake in Brooklyn, he agrees to teach her how to be a better lover in exchange for writing lessons. Smart, witty and introspective, “Faking It” is a novel about two people discovering their authentic selves. A native of Long Island, Lorello currently lives in North Carolina, where she teaches writing and writes. “Faking It” will be published on March 15.
Readers who fall in love with Andi Cutrone in “Faking It” can also join Andi in Lorello’s “Ordinary World.” Six years after “Faking It” concludes, Andi is blissfully married and living a seemingly perfect existence until her husband dies unexpectedly. She flees to Italy to escape and runs into an old friend who helps Andi see that someday she will be happy again. “Ordinary World” will be published on March 15.
Nickel Plated” from Aric Davis focuses on the life of Nickel, an orphan raised in abusive foster homes, who escapes to make a life as a private investigator. When he agrees to help the beautiful Arrow find her kidnapped sister, what he finds leads him into a paranormal trap and a fight for his survival. Davis lives with his wife and daughter in Grand Rapids, Mich., where he has worked for the past 14 years as a body piercer. “Nickel Plated” will be published on March 22.
Previously announced on the fall 2010 list, bestselling author J.A. Konrath’s “Shaken“–the seventh book in the Jacqueline “Jack” Daniels series–will be available as a physical book on Feb. 22. The Kindle edition of “Shaken” will be published on Oct. 26.

Amazon Announces “Kindle for the Web,” and It Is Much More Than Just Another Free App

Big news this morning from Amazon!

Amazon has just added the beta version of “Kindle for the Web,” making it even easier for customers to discover new books and authors by sampling Kindle books directly through web browsers–no installation or downloading required.

These features will be great for authors, publishers, and for all the citizens of Kindle Nation, as we will add features to our websites this week to help our readers use these new functionalities tofind great reads on the Kindle platform.

Here’s the guts of this morning’s press release from Amazon:

Amazon Launches Kindle for the Web

Readers can now read the first chapter of Kindle books for free through web browsers – no download or installation required
Bloggers and website owners can embed Kindle book samples and earn referral fees on sales

SEATTLE, Sep 28, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) today introduced the beta version of “Kindle for the Web,” making it even easier for customers to discover new books and authors by sampling Kindle books directly through web browsers–no installation or downloading required. Amazon is also inviting bloggers and website owners who are participants in the Amazon Associates Program to be part of Kindle for the Web by embedding samples of Kindle books on their websites. These website owners will earn referral fees from Amazon when customers complete book purchases using the links on their websites. More information about Kindle for the Web and how to embed Kindle book samples is available at www.amazon.com/kindlefortheweb.
Customers simply click the “Read first chapter FREE” button on a book product page on Amazon or on other websites, and the first chapter will open within the web page. Customers can change the font size and line spacing, adjust the background color, and share their favorite books with friends and family via Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail–all without leaving the book in the browser.
“With Kindle for the Web, it’s easier than ever for customers to sample Kindle books – there’s no downloading or installation required,” said Dorothy Nicholls, Director, Amazon Kindle. “Kindle for the Web is also a great way for bloggers and authors to promote books on their websites by letting visitors read a chapter without leaving their site.”
To see examples of Kindle for the Web on authors’ websites, go to the blog of author Karen McQuestion at www.mcquestionablemusings.blogspot.com and the free sample of her bestselling Kindle book “A Scattered Life,” or the website of author John Miller at www.heymiller.com and the free sample of his book “The First Assassin.”
Kindle offers the largest selection of the most popular books people want to read. The U.S. Kindle Store now has more than 700,000 books, including New Releases and 108 of 111 New York Times Best Sellers. Over 575,000 of these books are $9.99 or less, including 80 New York Times Bestsellers. Over 1.8 million free, out-of-copyright, pre-1923 books are also available to read on Kindle devices. Kindle lets you Buy Once, Read Everywhere–on Kindle, Kindle 3G, Kindle DX, iPad, iPod touch, iPhone, Mac, PC, BlackBerry and Android-based devices. Amazon’s Whispersync technology syncs your place across devices, so you can pick up where you left off. With Kindle Worry-Free Archive, books you purchase from the Kindle Store are automatically backed up online in your Kindle library on Amazon where they can be re-downloaded wirelessly for free, anytime.
The all-new Kindle has an electronic-ink screen with 50 percent better contrast, a new sleek design with a 21 percent smaller body while still keeping the same 6-inch-size reading area, 15 percent lighter weight at just 8.5 ounces, 20 percent faster page turns, up to one month of battery life with wireless off, double the storage to 3,500 books, no glare even in bright sunlight and built-in Wi-Fi–all for only $139. The all-new Kindle 3G with all of these new features plus the convenience of free 3G wireless is only $189.
In the future, Kindle for the Web will include optimization for mobile browsers and other features. For more information about Kindle for the Web, including instructions on how to embed Kindle book samples, go to www.amazon.com/kindlefortheweb.

UK Edition, Kindle Nation Free Book Alert: The Greatest Influence on Stieg Larsson? Roseanna is the Gateway to All Ten “Martin Beck” Crime Novels, Plus The Adventures of Whatley Tupper, an Interactive Comedy Novel (Today’s Sponsor)

The free title that I am highlighting today in the UK Kindle Store is a gateway to the very best sort of reading pleasures in two important ways, and Harper Perennials deserves kudos for getting the presentation just right.

While most of the large traditional publishers have had to be led along the ebook path kicking and screaming, Harper Perennials is demonstrating its understanding of the value of offering a free title to inspire interest in a series, and doing so appropriately enough with the first book in the series. 

And oh, what a series. Long before there was Stieg Larsson, Kalle Blomkvist, Lisbeth Salander and the Millennium Trilogy, Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo — a husband-and-wife team from Sweden — created in the Martin Beck series one of the great masterpiece series in the history of crime fiction. These ten novels from the 1960s were seminal influences that were translated into 35 languages, sold over 10 million copies around the world, and inspired many of the great detective writers of the second half of the 20th century. They are being brought back now to the UK Kindle Store by Harper Perennials at a very reasonable £2.99 price point just as Vintage is bringing them back in U.S. paperbacks. The failure to bring them out in ebook form in the States in the wake of the Stieg Larsson explosion is a terrible missed opportunity for the publisher and for readers, but perhaps when all ten of the novels soar to the top of the UK crime fiction bestseller lists the US rightsholders will begin to catch on and sort out whatever needs sorting out. Today we will provide links to the free first volume and all ten of the other novels in the series…. 

But first, a word from … Today’s Sponsor
You’ve heard of the Choose Your Own Adventure novels for kids? Well, take that concept and twist it around the life of a Magnum P.I. obsessed, middle-aged janitor named Whatley Tupper and you get today’s sponsoring novel in the UK Kindle Store, a creative effort that will surprise you and led Kindle Nation fave J.A. Konrath to write a 5-star review of his own, in which he said: “I checked out other interactive fiction ebooks, and this was one of my favorites. Lots of strange stuff happening, some wildly divergent threads, and a healthy dose of WTF keep this ebook interesting even after multiple reads.   Will this be the next big trend in ebooks? I sure hope so.”

by Rudolf Kerkhoven and Daniel Pitts 
4.7 out of 5 stars (6 customer reviews)
Until now, the life of Whatley Tupper has been a mundane one.  He is a Magnum P.I. obsessed, middle-aged janitor working at a crappy university.  But something is in the air tonight—and it’s not just the carbon monoxide leaking from the furnace.  What exactly will happen?  Well, you decide:

Will Whatley join forces with the Denny’s night manager to solve the mystery of a renegade group of custodians?  Will Whatley tame the troglodyte murderer living in the disused network of campus tunnels?  Will Whatley inadvertently travel into a parallel universe that is, in fact, another plotline?  Will Whatley journey to Honduras to reunite with his deported love? Will Whatley order chicken on the plane, or fish?   Will Whatley question his own sexuality?  Will Whatley leave all this madness behind and book a relaxing Alaskan cruise?  Or will Whatley turn out to be nothing more than a figment in the imagination of his idol, Tom Selleck? The Adventures of Whatley Tupper is a Choose Your Own Adventure style comedy, filled with so many formulaic plots and inane stock characters that, as a whole, it is something utterly unique. 

The Adventures of Whatley Tupper is representative of the boundless creativity, raw energy, and just plain sheer fun and entertainment that independent authors are capable of and deserve recognition for accomplishing.  There are things done with this story that is only possible through the new digital revolution in publishing that is the ebook….
“Utilizing the Choose Your Own Adventure and hyperlinking ability of the ebook to maximum effect, the duo has spun a crazy, zany, absolutely hilarious and damn fun as hell spiderweb of interconnected events, characters, and all with a variety of outcomes.  I’m not even going to spoil anything, just take my word for it that this ebook is worth your time.”
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Click here to download The Adventures of Whatley Tupper (or a free sample) to your Kindle or free Kindle app and start reading within 60 seconds!
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Free Today in the UK Kindle Store!
 4.3 out of 5 stars  (22 customer reviews) Kindle Price: £0.00 
‘The writing is elegant and surprisingly humorous — if you haven’t come across Beck before, you’re in for a treat.’ Guardian 
‘I have never read a finer police story.’ Los Angeles Times 
‘The decalogue about the Swedish Chief Inspector Martin Beck created by Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo during the 1960s and 1970s are indeed classic police fiction. They changed the genre. Whoever is writing crime fiction after these novels inspired by them in one way or another.’ Henning Mankell 
‘If you haven’t read Sjowall/Wahloo, start now.’ Sunday Telegraph 
‘Their mysteries don’t just read well; they reread even better. Witness, wife, petty cop or crook — they’re all real characters even if they get just a few sentences. The plots hold, because they’re ingenious but never inhuman.’ New York Times London Review of Books 
Publisher: Harper Perennial (10 April 2009)

Murder at the Savoy by Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo
Buy: £2.99
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