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Our Kindle eBook of the Day is Mike Dennis’ 5-Star Noir Collection: BLOODSTAINS ON THE WALL / Three Stories From The Dark Side – Just 99 Cents, and Here’s a Free Sample

BLOODSTAINS ON THE WALL / Three Stories From The Dark Side: From the other side of the human condition comes this collection of noir tales by Mike Dennis, author of Cadillac’s Comin’, a novel of a nervous nation coping with a new, dangerous music, set in Memphis, 1958. Both books just 99 cents each on Kindle for a limited time!

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It’s 1984 and Biloxi, Mississippi has seen better days. Sherry Lamar, used car saleswoman extraordinaire, is feeling the pinch. Then one day, a stranger walks onto her small car lot and ushers her into a world of steamy sex and murder.


A seven-year-old boy is playing with his two younger sisters when a minor accident occurs. One of the sisters is to blame, but she blames the boy and their mother believes her, punishing the boy. This starts him on a downward spiral into self-doubt and later, depravity, that will last his entire life.


A famous crime fiction novelist thinks the current book she’s working on will revive her sagging fortunes. Halfway through it, however, she develops writer’s block and is unable to continue her story, until a mysterious early-morning phone caller claims to have the answers.

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Think “Grisham meets 24” and add unforgettable attorney Sasha McCandless’ struggle to make partner and you’ve got Our Kindle eBook Of The Day, Melissa F. Miller’s taut legal thriller Irreparable Harm – Just $2.99, and Here’s a Free Sample!

Here’s the set-up for Melissa F. Miller’s Irreparable Harm, just $2.99 on Kindle:

There’s a smartphone app that can crash a plane. 
And it’s for sale to the highest bidder . . .

Attorney Sasha McCandless is closing in on the prize after eight long years: she’s months away from being made partner at a prestigious law firm. All she has to do is keep her head down and her billable hours up.

Then a plane operated by her client slams into the side of a mountain, killing everyone aboard. Sasha gears up to prepare a defense to the inevitable civil lawsuits.

She quickly realizes the crash was no accident: a developer has created an application that can control a commercial plane’s onboard computer from a smartphone.

Sasha joins forces with a federal air marshal who’s investigating the crash. As they race to prevent another disaster, people close to the matter start to die. And she’s next on the list.

Sasha will need to rely on her legal training and her Krav Maga training in equal measure to find and stop a madman before he strikes again.

*80,000 words, 414 pages (print version)

Irreparable Harm is a taut introduction to an unforgettable protagonist.

From the reviewers:

It is extremely rare to find the well developed, beautifully written novel that can give readers a sense of place inhabited by characters of depth. It is even more rare to combine that with a mystery/thriller genre that will keep you up to the early morning hours turning pages at breakneck speed. Melissa Miller hits the mark in Irreparable Harm.

The characters are real, the language is fast paced, cutting, and witty. This book will be enjoyed by all but will a special treat for lawyers and anyone who has ever loved Pittsburgh. Can’t wait to read more from this author.

…page-turner! I couldn’t put it down and it consumed my entire weekend until I finished the very last page! The storyline is believable and full of suspense! I fell in love with the characters and am hoping she brings them back in another story. Melissa F. Miller has incredible talent as a writer and her knowledge of the legal system is very thorough. I am really looking forward to her next book. 

Melissa F. Miller is a commercial litigator. She and her husband practice law together in South Central Pennsylvania, where they live with their three young children.

When she is not in court or on the playground, Melissa writes crime fiction.

Readers have also praised her Kindle book,  Dark Blooms,  which includes two finely crafted short stories and an excerpt from Irreparable Harm.

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Jeff Sherratt’s Classic LA Noir Mystery Detour to Murder is Our eBook of the Day – 5 Stars, Just $3.99 on Kindle, and Here’s a Free Sample

A woman is found dead in a two-bit Hollywood motel, and the 5-star murder mystery that unfolds is an LA Noir classic of stolen identity, political corruption, and tragic romance. 

Jeff Sherratt’s Detour to Murder (The Jimmy O’Brien Film Noir Mystery Series)Just $3.99 on Kindle!

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In 1945, the semi-nude body of a woman is found in a two-bit Hollywood motel, a telephone cord wrapped around her throat; face frozen in a grimace of horror. The stolen car of a murdered motorist is parked in the motel parking lot, the owner lying broken and dead on the side of an Arizona highway.

Al Roberts confesses and has spent the last 29 years in prison. Now, nearly three decades after meekly confessing, the aged Roberts swears his innocence. Jimmy O’Brien, defense attorney to the dregs of the criminal world, must find out why.

Why did Roberts give a false confession? And why has he waited 29 years to tell the truth?

O’Brien digs into the past, igniting a powder-keg that threatens to expose the long-held secrets behind Detour, the iconic Hollywood film documenting Roberts’ story. Secrets that could destroy the underground aristocracy that has held power in Los Angeles, city of broken dreams, for years.

Jimmy’s ordeal takes him from the bleakness of Roberts’ prison cell to the seedy streets of Hollywood, frantically searching to find out who took this DETOUR TO MURDER.

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Parker Francis has created a protagonist you’ll root for from page one of his thriller Matanzas Bay, our eBook of the Day. 4.9 stars, just $2.99 on Kindle, and here’s a free sample!

“Parker Francis has created in Quint Mitchell a protagonist you’ll root for from page one. Quint’s efforts to prove the innocence of a friend he believes has been falsely accused of murder will take the reader on an intriguing journey through the quaint, historic town of St. Augustine, Florida, where one wrong move can mean swimming with political sharks or becoming a midnight snack for the resident alligators. With ever-increasing suspense and enough plot twists to keep you wondering ’til the end, Matanzas Bay won’t disappoint.”

—Julie Compton, author of Tell No Lies and Rescuing Olivia

Here’s the set-up  for Parker Francis’ Matanzas Bay, just $2.99 on Kindle:

When PI Quint Mitchell volunteered to help with an archaeological survey in St. Augustine, he didn’t count on digging up a murder victim. In the nation’s oldest city, Mitchell discovers links to ancient sins, comes face to face with his own past, and unleashes powerful forces that will do anything to keep their secrets—even if it means taking his life. 

In this award-winning debut mystery, author Parker Francis taps into an undercurrent of violence hidden behind the sleepy façade of the historic town. 

When Mitchell’s friend, the City Archaeologist, is charged with a brutal murder, he must find the true killer while fighting inner demons and the corrosive residue of racial violence dating back to the Civil Rights Movement. As he learns, St. Augustine was birthed in blood—Matanzas means “place of slaughter” in Spanish—and violence is never far from the surface.

Matanzas Bay contains extra features: Read the prologue and first chapter of the next Quint Mitchell Mystery, “Bring Down the Furies.”

Praise for Matanzas Bay:

Matanzas Bay is a Chinatown-like hall of mirrors of murder, conspiracy, and land development in St. Augustine.”—David Poyer, author of Ghosting and The Towers

“Parker Francis’s mystery Matanzas Bay is as intricate and full of surprises as an archeological dig into old Florida’s treasures and new Florida’s darkest secrets. Francis’s private detective Quint Mitchell has hard edges, an anguished past, and just the right amount of wise-cracking good humor to keep readers smiling … a page turner to the end.”—Michael Wiley, author of A Bad Night’s Sleep and the Joe Kozmarski novels

“A compelling read that rushes you along the narrow streets and darkened alleyways of St. Augustine, Florida. The novel’s true-to-life, blood-spattered protagonist, P. I. Quint Mitchell, takes you on an exciting and suspenseful ride through the Ancient City, one you won’t soon forget.”—William Kerr, author of the successful “Matt Berkeley” series

“Parker Francis has created in Quint Mitchell a protagonist you’ll root for from page one.  With ever-increasing suspense and enough plot twists to keep you wondering ’til the end, Matanzas Bay won’t disappoint.”—Julie Compton, author of Tell No Lies and Rescuing Olivia

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Two 18-year-old boys have no other choice but to start selling tickets for Hereafter in Theo Von Cezar’s dystopian novel Godonism – Just $1.99 on Kindle, and here’s a free sample

Here’s the set-up for Theo Von Cezar’s Godonism, just $1.99 on Kindle:

The dystopian novel ‘Godonism’ is set in the year 159, Nebula Era – a time when people have to pawn their minds and other ‘assets’ in order to survive; and at the peak of decadence, the falling of the everlasting gold unexpectedly comes…

The two eighteen-year-old boys, Ahma and Jovian, have no other choice but to start selling tickets for Hereafter.

The novel ‘Godonism’ paves the ground of Atheism in fiction.

From the Back Cover:
Life is not a gift; life is a struggle with the others and yourself.’ Theo Von Cezar

‘…To a farther side, isolated in a corral, there was a mob of pugnacious furry creatures quarreling over who must be the first to knock two stones together to produce the first man-made fire on Earth, unaware that this act would be responsible for advancing their instinctual minds. 

The wretched cohort of hominids was profoundly ignored by all animals; the animals – they were in power now – were the beneficiaries of the most sophisticated minds, with which they tried to discover the equation of all times…’

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A Mother’s Love, Against All Odds: Our eBook Of The Day is B.K. Mayo’s Tamara’s Child – 12 straight 5-star reviews, just $2.99 on Kindle, and Here’s A Free Sample

Here’s the set-up for B.K. Mayo’s Tamara’s Child – 12 straight 5-star reviews and just $2.99 on Kindle:

Mother-to-be Tamara Ames is 16, alone, and determined to make a better life for her child when she arrives in an Oregon lumber town. When she falls victim to a diabolical scheme to steal her newborn baby from her, she is not about to give her child up without a fight, even if she has to take on the wealthiest family in town.

But is Tamara fighting against her child’s own best interests? Only she can decide. And it’s a decision that she–and her child–will have to live with for the rest of their lives.

In “Tamara’s Child,” B K Mayo weaves from sensuous detail a storyline as gritty and complex as life itself. Loss, treachery, greed, even murder play roles in this riveting tale. But in the end, it is the redemptive value of unconditional love that drives the pivotal action of the novel. 

Finalist in the Popular Fiction category of the 2010 National Indie Excellence Book Awards. 

Midwest Book Review says, “Tamara’s Child is a thought provoking and heart string jerking tale that should not be passed up.”

One part suspense, one part drama, and wholly satisfying, “Tamara’s Child” plumbs the psyche of a dynamic cast of characters, some motivated by self-interest, some by self-sacrifice, some by self-doubt, but all clinging to the hope that they can ultimately wring from life the happiness and fulfillment that has thus far been denied them.

From the Reviewers:

A thought provoking and heart string jerking tale that should not be passed up–Midwest Book Review

“It took me less than 24 hours to read this book because I couldn’t put it down.”
—Tricia Dias, Douglas County News

Deliciously Suspenseful

Be prepared to set aside the time to read this book!

Gripping Read

Suspenseful; it is hard to believe its fiction

I didn’t want to put this book down

On his way to becoming a writer, B K Mayo worked as a door-to-door salesman, a college bookstore manager, an IRS tax auditor, a park caretaker, a school bus driver, a library aide, a special education teacher, and a high school detention room supervisor. His first novel, Tamara’s Child, inspired by his experiences working with at-risk youth, was named a finalist in the Popular Fiction category of the 2010 National Indie Excellence Book Awards.

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Make this a memorable Mother’s Day with Kathleen Shoop’s The Last Letter – 8 straight 5-star reviews and just 99 cents on Kindle!

Here’s the set-up for Kathleen Shoop’s The Last Letter, just 99 cents on Kindle:

Katherine wouldn’t have believed it if she hadn’t found the letter…

Katherine Arthur’s mother arrives on her doorstep, dying, forcing her to relive a past she wanted to forget. 

When Katherine was young, the Arthur family had been affluent city dwellers until shame sent them running for the prairie, into the unknown. Taking her family, including young Katherine, to live off the land was the last thing Jeanie Arthur had wanted.  But she would do her best to make a go of it. For Jeanie’s husband Frank, it had been a world of opportunity. Dreaming, lazy Frank. But, it was a society of uncertainty—a domain of natural disasters, temptation, hatred, even death.

Ten-year-old Katherine had loved her mother fiercely, put her trust in her completely, but when there was no other choice, and Jeanie resorted to extreme measures on the prairie to save her family, she tore Katherine’s world apart.

Now, seventeen years later, and far from the homestead, Katherine has found the truth:  she has discovered the last letter. After years of anger, can Katherine find it in her heart to understand why her mother made the decisions that changed them all? Can she forgive and finally begin to heal before it’s too late?

Kathleen Shoop, PhD, is a language arts coach in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Last Letter is her debut novel. 

She is published in four Chicken Soup for the Soul books and regularly places articles and essays in local magazines and newspapers. Kathleen is also married and the mother of two children. 

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