Five Free Kindle Titles! Download These Freebies Now While Still Free: Robert Gregory Browne’s Down Among the Dead Men, Andy Holloman’s Shades of Gray, Ray N. Kuili’s Awakening, Susan Wingate’s Spider Brains and Colleen Collins’ The Zen Man

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Down Among the Dead Men (A Thriller)

by Robert Gregory Browne

4.5 stars – 8 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

From the bestselling author of TRIAL JUNKIES comes the ITW Thriller Award Nominee for Best Novel

When assistant district attorney Beth Crawford’s sister Jen invites her on a weekend cruise to Baja California, Beth is looking forward to a few days of much needed down time.  But the fun in the sun doesn’t last long when Beth meets a mysterious couple on board and Jen disappears without a trace on the streets of Playa del Sol.

Now Beth must travel through Mexico’s violent underbelly–a stranger in a strange land–while searching desperately for her missing sister. And the only one who can help her is Nick Vargas, a disgraced newspaper reporter on the trail of a dangerous and deadly cult that has big plans for the upcoming celebration of El Dia de los Muertos … The Day of the Dead.

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Shades of Gray

by Andy Holloman

4.1 stars – 103 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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How far would you go to save your child’s life?    Could you break the law?       
What if your  business was suddenly in danger of going under because of 9/11 ?        
 A single father decides to partner up with woman from the opposite side of the tracks.

Can their partnership deliver the cash they BOTH desperately need?                                                                                                                                                                                             

Could they fall in love?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
 And will they survive to see the Summer of 2002?
 (Combine “Breaking Bad” and “Cops” with a disturbing, dark remake of “The Love
Boat” and you have all the flavors of  SHADES OF GRAY)

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by Ray N. Kuili

4.3 stars – 3 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Ray N. Kuili’s AWAKENING, called by some reviewers “The Hunger Games of management” is a story of eleven rising-star managers who gather together in a secluded luxury lodge for a mysterious five-day leadership training. Asked to pick a leader among themselves, they soon realize that nothing is what it seems at this place, where managers are compared to ancient conquerors and one corporate taboo gets broken after another.

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4.7 stars – 7 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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After her father’s death last year and, now, in the throes of a gnarly teacher’s whim as she thinks ahead to college, a small black arachnid bites fifteen-year-old Susie Speider on the finger and sends her nights into fantastical dreams about taking revenge on a teacher–a one Ms. Morlson–who, ultimately, holds Susie’s college aspirations in the sweaty palm of her cold calloused hand. But, after Susie figures out the dreams are real, she ups the ante and visits the teacher regularly but… as the spider. And, oh, by the way! Who is that boy spider munching on flies, hiding over there in the corner?

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The Zen Man

by Colleen Collins

4.2 stars – 15 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Just as washed-up criminal defense attorney, life-long Deadhead (nickname “The Zen Man”), and current PI Rick Levine decides to get relicensed as a lawyer, he’s charged with killing one and ends up in the slammer with a half-mil bail.

Released on bond, Rick and his girlfriend Laura have 30 days to find the real killer. In the course of their investigations, they dig for dirt among Denver’s shady legal backrooms to its tony corporate centers. Dodging bullets, a kidnapping, trumped-up charges and the FBI’s unwanted intervention, Rick and Laura continue tracking key suspects who have motive…eventually learning that true redemption begins at home.

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As the group exercise progresses rapidly from a friendly election to a twisted web of no-holds-barred power plays, the players don’t realize that soon some of them will be facing the harshest challenge of their lives. The unconventional workshop is about to take a very dangerous turn, testing values and characters of its participants in the most brutal ways and presenting them with the ultimate question: how high a price are they willing to pay for power?

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