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KND Kindle Free Book Alert for February 26: Hundreds of brand new Freebies added to Our Free Titles Listing plus … M.D. Grayson’s Isabel’s Run (Today’s Sponsor – $2.99)

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Isabel's Run (Danny Logan Mystery #3)
by M.D. Grayson
4.5 stars - 19 reviews
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When danger comes lurking in the night, most people run home and hide—safe behind a locked door. For others, though, running home isn't the answer. For these unlucky ones, when the front door closes and locks at night—the horror's not locked outside. It's locked inside.

Isabel Delgado knows all about horror. For nearly five years, her step-father subjects her to the kind of abuse and depravation that no child should ever have to endure. But Isabel survives. Her spirit is strong and she never gives up hope. On the morning of her 16th birthday, Isabel takes a stand. She wakes early, gathers her things in a school backpack, and with a last look behind, she runs. But Isabel's not prepared for what she finds.

In the third Danny Logan mystery novel, Seattle author M.D. Grayson brings Danny Logan and the entire team at Logan PI–"Toni" Blair, Kenny Hale, and "Doc" Kiahtel—back for their most exciting and most important adventure yet. Their mission—find Isabel and rescue her from the street gangs and the seething cauldron of teen-age prostitution and human trafficking.
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For those who like a PI story with personality, the story is straightforward with more action than introspection, explanation over exploration, and just enough rationalizing by Danny to explain away any doubt we might have about his decisions. While the story only provides a snowflake on the tip of an iceberg as a peek at the problem, people need to realize that slavery is alive and well in the U.S. And that's what this is "slavery". You can nuance it in different terms, but it's slavery. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, human trafficking has become the second fastest growing criminal industry -- just behind drug trafficking -- with children accounting for roughly half of all victims. And those are only the ones we know of. Too often, authorities say, victims stay silent out of fear, so no one knows they exist.
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M.D. Grayson is the author of the Danny Logan mystery series including Angel Dance, No Way to Die, and Isabel M.D. Grayson is the author of the Danny Logan mystery series including Angel Dance, No Way to Die, and Isabel's Run. He lives on an island near Seattle with his wife Michelle and their three German shepherds. Before becoming a full-time writer, Mr. Grayson worked in the construction industry, as an accountant for six l-o-n-g weeks (square peg-round hole), and as a piano player on the Las Vegas strip. When he's not writing, he loves zooming about on two wheels-bicycles and motorcycles alike. In addition, he's a pilot, a boater, and an accomplished musician who's always ready for a jam session!
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KND Kindle Free Book Alert for February 26: Hundreds of brand new Freebies added to Our Free Titles Listing plus … M.D. Grayson’s Isabel’s Run (Today’s Sponsor – $2.99)

Meet the hottest detective duo in New Orleans in today’s Kindle Nation Daily eBook of the Day from KND Fave Julie Smith!

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LOUISIANA BIGSHOT is the SECOND book in the Talba Wallis mystery series by EDGAR-WINNING AUTHOR Julie Smith

“Talba Wallis has to be one of the most distinctive female detectives in the business. Her personality and her poetry are riveting reasons to read this book.”
—The Times-Picayune, New Orleans

“Smith has launched Talba Wallis on a welcome series of her own. Wallis is fine fun to get to know… a consistently interesting and likable woman of depth and complexity.”
—The Washington Post

“Smith has perfect pitch. It’s great to hear her again.…Smith gives us a multilayered mystery and a quirky, believable heroine.”
—Booklist

“Smith’s new series is a whole other kettle of crayfish: wilder and funnier.”
—Chicago Tribune

Meet the hottest detective duo in New Orleans–she’s Queen Latifah. and he’s Danny DeVito. Or they would be if this were a movie–in print, they’re Talba Wallis and Eddie Valentino. Talba’s got the beauty, the brains, the computer savvy, the poetic soul,the youth, the right demographic, and the sass. Eddie’s got the detective agency. Also a short fuse and yes, wisdom. Not only do they make it work, they’ve got chemistry.

And they need every skill and ounce of courage they can summon in this intricate tale of a decades-old conspiracy only now coming home to roost, with the murder of Talba’s friend Babalu Maya. Babalu is actually Clayton Robineau, daughter of the local banker in a small Louisiana town that bears her name, a town buried under the weight of its own malevolent past.

Something terrible happened to Clayton as a child, but it was far from the usual “something terrible”. As Talba and Eddie investigate, they find it was an injury—both pscyhic and physical–so bizarre, so shameful and damning that almost anyone in town would kill to cover it up. Or so it seems to the New Orleans duo as they dodge bullets and what passes for the law in this malignant enclave, fetid with the rot of its corruption, yet determined to keep its sordid skeletons buried.

Never did Faulkner’s words ring so true as in Clayton, Louisiana: “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.”

*Author’s note: It’s based on a real event.

“The quirky pleasure of watching the Baroness strut her stuff is worth the price of admission.”
—Houston Chronicle

“Louisiana Bigshot is a character-driven tale with plenty of action, suspense, and steamy southern atmosphere… It’s an exhilarating romp that will have you cheering for Talba.”
—The Mystery Review

“Join Edgar winner Julie Smith for a climax as harrowing as it is cunning.”
—The Clarion Ledger, Jackson, MS

Amazon.com Review

Talba Wallis, hip and happening PI, a.k.a. the Baroness Pontalba, star of the New Orleans avant garde, was first introduced in Louisiana Hotshot and returns in this deft, well-written mystery about Babalu Maya, a “healer” who wants to know if her boyfriend is cheating on her. Shortly after Talba confirms her client’s suspicions, Babalu dies of a heroin overdose the police are certain is a suicide. But both Talba and Jason, Babalu’s contrite and confused boyfriend, find it such an improbable scenario that he hires Talba to find out what really happened. Unraveling the mystery takes the sassy sleuth with the attitude that’s bigger than she is to the small Louisiana town where Babalu was born and to the prominent, influential family that turned its back on her a long time ago. While the plot isn’t much more than a routine Southern gothic, the heroine is: Talba Wallis is a lively, engaging protagonist with family secrets of her own that are revealed in a secondary plot that’s much more interesting than the primary one. Smith, the author of three other series, has a real winner in this one. –Jane Adams

From Publishers Weekly

In her second outing (after 2001’s well-received Louisiana Hotshot) from Edgar-winner Smith, Talba Wallis, whose day job as a newly licensed PI never interferes with her nighttime gig as the performance poet called the Baroness de Pontalba, finds herself entangled in the dirty laundry of white folks’ family secrets when she sets out to prove that her friend Babalu’s death was murder, not suicide and not a drug overdose. In the end, the snarl of old family skeletons, corrupt politicians and racial ugliness becomes too serpentine for its own good, and the solution to the murder is vaguely unsatisfying. Far more appealing are the strongly drawn characters. The interplay between the young black woman and her much older white boss, a man who admires her brain and her fearlessness but would never let on, is warm and respectful; Smith nicely plays it against the very real and very dangerous racial divide that Talba encounters when she investigates her friend’s smalltown past. The fiercely independent Talba still lives with her no-nonsense mama, Miz Clara, who makes the best fried chicken known to man and thinks Talba’s way of dressing for poetry readings makes her look like “some fool who’s been to one too many rummage sales.” But Talba, as her sweet schoolteacher boyfriend never fails to remind her, is every inch a baroness. She’s also a fine poet, and one of the delights of the book is that Smith lets us peek inside the mind and heart of a poet at work, revealing the process as well as the result.
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About the Author

 

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Biography

I first knew I wanted to be a writer at seven, knew it was mysteries I’d write at 12, was desperate to win the Edgar at 13, but became a journalist to…well…keep from starving till I had the courage to actually try it. I had a great time and learned more than ten colleges could have taught as a reporter for first the New Orleans Times-Picayune and later the San Francisco Chronicle. Finally, I wrote six or seven mysteries (I’ve lost count!) over a period of eight years, to absolutely no avail, and was about to give up when I made my first sale. DEATH TURNS A TRICK was my first published book, and the Rebecca Schwartz series was born. I later added a second San Francisco series, plus two in New Orleans, and guess what? My first New Orleans book, NEW ORLEANS MOURNING, won the Edgar for Best Novel.So some dreams come true! Boy, it was hard, and it took forever, but mine actually did. I’m still pinching myself. After wanting something so much and finally getting it, who would have thought I’d turn to something else after twenty-one books? (That’s right, twenty-one not counting a non-fiction one on writing itself. So, twenty-two, really.) My whole identity was writing. But along came ebooks! Suddenly a gigantic opportunity opened up. I realized I could be a publisher myself—I could help other people achieve their own dreams. I couldn’t help it, I got the publishing bug. Bad.

In 2010, I founded www.booksBnimble.com, a digital publishing company that focused at first on video-enhanced ebooks, but now not so much enhanced as just great quality—and, as you might imagine, with an emphasis on mysteries. So far, we’ve published eight authors (including me). It’s been a treat to learn to function in another whole world and it’s been incredibly rewarding to be able to help other writers, to bring back people’s backlists, and to discover new, exciting talent.

Check out some of our terrific authors–Patty Friedmann, Marika Christian, Tony Dunbar, Anneke Campbell, Whitney Stewart, and Lee Pryor. Coming soon: mystery authors Greg Herren, Liz Zelvin, Shelley Singer, and Mickey Friedman.

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Jill Jennings’ dream of becoming an elite runner turns into a nightmare when she breaks her leg less than a year before the Olympic trials. After two surgeries and a lengthy rehabilitation, she’s ready to pursue her goal again. Or is she…

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Rock Pounder, adventure rider extraordinaire, is planning a round-the-world trip on his motorcycle. His goal is Amsterdam and the herbal refreshment that awaits him there. But when you’re a legend—among women, adventure riders, and spies—nothing is ever as simple as it seems. Come along for the ride as Rock and his bike travel onward through Siberia, Mongolia, and Europe. His destination is Amsterdam and the pleasures that lie in store. The journey will take him places he never expected to go. But when Rock Pounder is on a mission, no one stands in his way, except, maybe, a tall blonde who means nothing but trouble.

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Prologue

I need to give up drugs. I’ve started dreaming a lot or maybe

it’s a nightmare, I don’t know, because these are real stories,

and I’m dreaming all of them again, in living color, or blood,

as the case may be.

I’m in Central America, a few years back. A couple of shady

guys have hired me to crew chief a plane with Orbie, a pilot I’d

worked with in the past. We’re flying 50 feet above the trees in

the Nicaraguan jungle. My job is to push the boxes carrying

guns, ammo, and medical supplies out the back of the plane

when we reach a clearing. I was pushing a big box out the door

when I slipped on a spilled diet coke some idiot had left on

the deck. I started sliding behind the box toward the door. I

was grabbing for anything to keep me from falling out, but out

I went. I had a harness on, and the harness held, but I didn’t

know for how long.

I was dragged along at 150 mph, holding onto the deck of

the plane for dear life. The wind was so strong I couldn’t even

yell or breathe. Orbie saw me and immediately put the plane

on autopilot. He made his way to the back of the plane, trying

not to slide out himself. He didn’t even have on a harness. But

Orbie flew helicopters in Vietnam, flying into battle zones to

rescue the wounded. He can deal with tough situations, and it

helps that he’s just to the left of crazy. He grabbed the tether

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and pulled with all his strength and finally managed to get me

up onto the deck, where I was able to pull myself to safety. We

sat there for one second, before he rushed back and took the

plane off autopilot. This began a lifelong relationship of drugs,

women, booze, and, I might add, excitement.

We had about 50 minutes of flying time back to our base.

I’m not allowed to tell where it is. Orbie and I just sat there

and never spoke the entire 50 minutes. Boy, I’ll tell you what—

falling out of the airplane or any near-death experience for

that matter—makes you think. Next time a couple of shady

guys offer me a lot of money for a job in Nicaragua, I might

think twice.

The plane touched down and Orbie rolled it to our parking

space, which was really tight. The planes on each side of us

had moved over just to try and bother us. Orbie just pulled the

plane in anyway. Whenever we get back from a job, he always

says, “Well, let’s go to the house.” He says that even if we’re

sleeping in tents next to the runway. On this trip we weren’t.

We were on the motorcycles and headed off to town for maybe

a massage and some herbal refreshment and a few beers. As

usual, we were broke, but we had paid our bill at the local cantina,

so we had credit. As we came to the outskirts of town, four

guys were sitting in a jeep—like they were just waiting for us.

They were all wearing army uniforms. Orbie and I looked at

each other, and we knew these guys were not in the army. They

were bandits. They saw us coming.

 Continued….

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A Lovely, Indecent Departure

by Steven Lee Gilbert

 

 

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Parents are charged with teaching their children right from wrong, but above all else is caring for their general welfare and when Italian immigrant Anna Miller loses her five-year old son, Oliver, in a custody dispute with his father she does the unthinkable and kidnaps him. They flee rural North Carolina for Italy and with her family’s help disappear into her native homeland. Months pass with no sign of the mother and son. The boy’s guileful and mean-spirited father, Evan Meade, turns to a private investigator when the ineffective efforts of the federal authorities working alongside the local sheriff, Monroe Rossi, fail to track them down. But even as the search draws them closer to Anna, Evan’s true nature betrays itself and the question to what’s in the child’s best interest becomes not so clear anymore.

At the center of the search for the missing boy is Sheriff Rossi, the embattled lawman, a divorced father himself whose black-and-white brand of upholding the law has lent much to his method of parenting. His frustration and obligation to both his community and his estranged family deepens the closer he comes to all of those involved, but at greater risk to his life’s work is the blurring of the line that occurs between law and justice. Stuck in the middle of this is Oliver, who battles his mother and others while trying to come to grips with this strange new world in which he has been thrust.

Objectively detailed, deftly and gracefully written in a voice that refuses to intrude on the minds of its characters, A Lovely, Indecent Departure is a literary thriller capturing in stark detail an intoxicating world turned upside down.

About the Author

Steven Lee Gilbert was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana but considers his childhood home the green, rolling foothills of East Tennessee and the southern Appalachia mountains, settlement to all sorts of interesting people, composites of which can be found throughout his writing. Most of his adulthood he’s spent in the Sandhills and Piedmont of central North Carolina, where he lives now with his wife and family.

Steven received his B.A. in English from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, after which he was commissioned and served four years as an officer and paratrooper in the U.S. Army. While in school he had the pleasure of learning from Wilma Dykeman and in 2007 had the opportunity to work with Barry Hannah, both of which greatly influenced his writing. The next year, Steven was awarded a Durham Arts Council Emerging Artist Grant for Literature. He has also received recognition for his work as a writer from the Tennessee Writers Alliance.

You can read more about him at www.stevenleegilbert.com.

Comment from Steven:

Hi there! If you’re a reader or a writer or just someone who likes to talk I’d love to hear from you. Outside of writing I enjoy the outdoors, hiking, camping, running, and would be a passionate fly fisherman if I lived closer to trout. Feel free to email me with comments and suggestions. Thanks for reading!

Website: http://www.StevenLeeGilbert.com

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Twitter: @Sleegilbert

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When Maggie Jones lets her best friend talk her into attending the annual charity mystery single’s ball to help her friend out of a jam, she never imagined she would end up paired with the most handsome, eligible man at the ball. Unfortunately, he was also the man that she had secretly adored for over a year. What chance did an overweight pastry chef have with a hunk like Jake Rawlins?

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Sarah Evans was once the hostage of Latino insurgents. Now she’s returned. Not for vengeance, but for love.

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After so many years of social interaction you have common sayings you gravitate to quite often. You have your “can’t argue with that” line. Your “you need to get out more” line. Your “I call it like I see it” line. You find no reason in brushing up on your humor when “that’s what she said” interjections win over social circles just fine. Performing a stand-up routine is not something on your list of things to try this year and you are kind of past the “I’m going to be overly outgoing” shtick, yet the charming nature of being quick-witted is something you and the rest of us still find appealing.

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The Great War of 2185 is over, but my nightmare has just begun. I am being held captive in the Queen’s ship awaiting interrogation. My only possible ally is the princess, but I’m unsure if she is really my friend or a trap set by the Queen to fool me into sharing the secret of my gift. A gift I keep hidden even from myself. It swirls inside my body begging for release, but it is the one thing the Queen can never discover. Will I have the strength to keep the secret? I’ll know the answer soon. If the stories are true about the interrogators, I’ll either be dead or a traitor to my people by morning.

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Take Me to the Castle

by F.C. Malby

3.0 stars – 1 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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The door opened slowly, and she could see the outline of five men standing in the corridor. Her room was far enough away from the figures for no one to notice her nose pressing into the door frame. She was aware of her own breathing and tried to slow it down, slow down her heartbeat until she was invisible. The idea in these moments is to be completely invisible. There were a lot of invisible people in Prague, doing invisible things to other invisible people.

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