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Kindle Daily Deal — Tuesday, February 14 – Save 67% on Stephanie Meyer’s blockbuster vampire romance TWILIGHT (The Twilight Saga, Book 1), plus … Daniel I. Russell’s CRITIQUE (Today’s Sponsor)

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Critique

by Daniel I. Russell
5.0 stars – 6 Reviews
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Sandy Devanche considers himself to be a five star gentleman, although he never gives more than three.

As the harshest food critic in the business, he is feared and respected by the top chefs of the city. On a standard assignment, Sandy visits the experimental restaurant The House of Jacob, run by chef extraordinaire, Jacob Enfer.

What Sandy will experience is a journey beyond flavour and texture, a meal that will change his very existence. The worst thing about the food here is the person eating it.

Critique. It’s here to make your life better… or much, much worse.

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TwilightKindle Daily Deal: TwilightRomance is in the air, and what better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than to revisit the story of Stephanie Meyer’s star-crossed lovers: Bella and Edward.

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Today’s Kindle Daily Deal — Monday, February 13– Save 87% on Brenda Webster’a hypnotic narrative about Sigmund Freud, his family, and his disciples, VIENNA TRIANGLE, plus … Vera Jane Cook’s DANCING BACKWARD IN PARADISE (Today’s Sponsor)

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Dancing Backward in Paradise

by Vera Jane Cook
4.2 stars – 10 Reviews
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At the Paradise Trailer Park in Hixson, Tennessee, life for Grace Place is all about sucking on “meat jerkys” and having amorous encounters with Lenny Bean, her handsome lover. However, Grace’s mother has loftier plans for her daughter and insists that Grace save her money and move to New York City so she can find fame and fortune as an actress.

Intent on pacifying her mama, Grace works as a cleaning lady for wealthy Betty Ann Houseman so she can pool her pennies for the trip north. Grace soon discovers that Betty Ann has a passion for men more pronounced than her overbite, and it isn’t long before she’s parting the sheets for Lenny Bean. But just before she leaves Hixson, Grace uncovers an insidious plot the eccentric Bean family has devised to steal Betty Ann’s estate.

Filled with anger but intent on keeping her promise to her mama, Grace and her best friend, Ginny Jo, flee to New York City. Amid the drama of the 1960s, and the absurdity of her life, Grace faces her darkest hours and her greatest opportunity to flourish. In a world of surprises, and unforeseen events, Grace truly discovers paradise.

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Vienna TriangleKindle Daily Deal: Vienna Triangle

In writing this hypnotic narrative, author Brenda Webster immersed herself in the lives and sexual entanglements of an extraordinary set of people—Sigmund Freud, his family, and his disciples. From the artifacts they left behind, she forms a fascinating set of speculations buttressed by facts.

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Today’s Kindle Daily Deal — Sunday, February 12 – Today only, four romance novels by Shannon McKenna–a sultry selection of stories about the intense and rugged McCloud Brothers–are just $0.99 each., plus … Laura S. Wharton’s LEAVING LUKENS (Today’s Sponsor)

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Leaving Lukens

by Laura S. Wharton
5.0 stars – 1 Reviews
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World War II action, coming-of-age decisions, and a steamy romance fill the pages of Leaving Lukens, the new historical novel by North Carolina writer Laura S. Wharton. She refers to her genre as “romaction” – a little romance and a whole lot of action. Set in a small, dying, fishing village on North Carolina’s coast in 1942, the adult fiction is the result of painstaking research about the time, the war’s impact, and the settings of Lukens (which was once a thriving, real community). Any reader interested in World War II or North Carolina history will get a glimpse of how Ocracoke, New Bern, Oriental, and the coastline were impacted by the war in this novel.

This is Wharton’s second novel. The first, The Pirate’s Bastard, was released October 2010. Both are works of historical fiction, and both involve boats. Formerly from down east North Carolina, Laura loves to sail and participate in all water sports. The result of her love of all things nautical mingles with North Carolina’s coastal history in her books. Laura has been writing professionally for many years, and has a huge portfolio of feature-length articles in magazines and newspapers. She’s dipping her toe into the realm of social media, but admits reluctantly that technology makes her slightly nauseous.

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Today’s Kindle Daily Deal — Saturday, February 11 – Save 74% on Lawrence Block’s shocking suspense novel NOT COMIN’ HOME TO YOU, plus … Phil Torcivia’s WHAT A NICE GUY (Today’s Sponsor)

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What a Nice Guy

by Phil Torcivia
4.3 stars – 9 Reviews
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Do you know any nice guys? Perhaps you’re married to or good friends with one. Well, consider the possibility that this nice guy is so frustrated with his relationship failures that he needs to vent to keep from turning into a bad boy with anger issues. Then, try not to spit hot coffee as you read his sarcastic rants about why men and women don’t seem to fit.

Excerpt from What a Nice Guy — Snippity Doo Dah

My initial vasectomy consultation is scheduled for today and I can’t get this song out of my head:

Snippity doo dah, snippity aye,
My, oh my, what a wonderful day!
None of my sperm is going to stray.
Snippity doo dah, snippity aye.

Mister blue balls getting older,
No child support
It’s so practical.
Everything’s satisfactual!

(Everbody now …)

Snippity doo dah, snippity aye,
Rubberless feelings coming my way!

If you’re staring at this page with mouth agape, you’re either my mother or a fertile woman. Men, can I have an amen? You betcha.

Look, ladies, I turn fifty this year. I need offspring like I need square dancing lessons. If I were to have one of my little guys actually find an egg, that would make me almost seventy by the time Junior went to prom. I’d be riding my daughter down the aisle on my scooter.

I’ve done the math. It costs $800, which is equivalent to twenty morning-after pills, two abortions, or a case of Silver Oak wine. I’ll sacrifice the latter for peace of mind. It is also one-hundredth the cost of a college education, one-tenth the cost of a used car (plus repairs), and half the cost of outgrown sneakers.

I know, I know. “You still need to wear condoms. What about STDs?”

That’s true (and it sucks), but it makes the whole process less stressful when breakage or slippage occurs. Actually, I think I’ve only had a rubber break once in my life. Slippage has happened numerous times. (OK, stop with the tiny penis jokes.) I’m sure we’ve all had that shocking/embarrassing moment when ole Willy leaves the party without his jacket. Then we have to go a-mining–trying to locate the jacket without pushing it in farther or causing spillage.

It’s an art, people.

When I mentioned my appointment to two female doctors I met this weekend, they both said, “Oh my god! Why would you do that?”

Judging by their reactions, you’d think I just toe-fucked a Pomeranian.

“Because I don’t want to have kids.”
“What if you end up with a woman who wants to have kids?”
“Then she can have kids.”
“So, you’d get it reversed, right?”
“Oh, hell no. I’d send her to the bank.”
“You’re awful.”
“Thank you.”

It’s a ten-minute procedure. That’s one-third of the time it takes me to run to CVS, crack open the capsule, and mix it in her OJ.

There is a twinge of anxiety around ball problems. I’m going to have to work through it (with a little help from my sponsor, Johnnie Walker). My friend has been dealing with complications from his snipping. It may have something to do with where he had the procedure done: at Señor Vaso’s in Tijuana.

“I had a reaction that makes my one ball think it’s cold.”
“Huh?”
“One of my nuts tucks itself high against my body.”
“So, you’re a bit lop-balled, are ya?”
“Yup.”
“That sucks.”
“Yeah it does.”
“How does one get that fixed? Insert a space heater?”
“No. The doc said he could snip the muscle that pulls it up or replace the ball with a silicone nut.”
“Ouchie.”
“No kidding.”

I wish I could just take a damn pill. Then again, I was with more than one woman transformed into Mrs. Hyde by the pill. I’d probably become emotional and begin watching American Idol and Glee. God forbid!

I’ll document the entire process for you as my service to humanity. Everyone must know someone with whom the song resonates. Now, to this man you can say, “You’re one snip away from a wonderful day.”

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Not Comin' Home to YouKindle Daily Deal: Not Comin’ Home to You

In Lawrence Block’s shocking suspense novel, a pair of disaffected Midwestern youths meet, fall in love, and light out on a cross-country killing spree.

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Today’s Kindle Daily Deal — Friday, February 10 – Save 78% on Richard Kirshenbaum’s irreverent memoir about the transformation of the advertising business, Madboy: My Journey from Adboy to Adman, plus … Harry Freedman’s JERUSALEM IMPERILLED (Today’s Sponsor)

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Jerusalem Imperilled (The Yavneh Trilogy)

by Harry Freedman
4.0 stars – 3 Reviews
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Levi is a young priest in Roman occupied Jerusalem. A disgruntled guest at his wedding to Nechama informs the Roman procurator that the bride’s wealthy father is plotting a rebellion. Levi and Nechama are taken captive and sent in chains to Rome.

Whilst working as slave in the Roman dockyards, Levi hears reports of turmoil in his homeland. The hated procurator is enriching himself at the peoples’ expense, revolutionary bands are attacking the Romans but the local political leaders are too busy fighting amongst themselves to coordinate the resistance.

In the dockyards a mysterious visitor tries to recruit Levi to report on the Roman troop movements. He is in a unique position to help the resistance. But all he can think of is how to find his lost bride, the love of his life.

Jerusalem Imperilled is Book One in the Yavneh Trilogy

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Madboy: My Journey from Adboy to AdmanKindle Daily Deal: Madboy: My Journey from Adboy to Adman

Packed with business insight, marketing wisdom, and a cast of characters ranging from Princess Diana to Ed McMahon, Richard Kirshenbaum’s irreverent memoir about the transformation of the advertising business is as bold and delightful as Richard himself.

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Today’s Kindle Daily Deal — Thursday, February 9 – Save 81% on Mary Hooper’s tale of two young women in London in 1665 during the Plague, At the Sign Of the Sugared Plum, plus … Tony James Slater’s THAT BEAR ATE MY PANTS: ADVENTURES OF A REAL IDIOT ABROAD (Today’s Sponsor)

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That Bear Ate My Pants! Adventures of a real Idiot Abroad

by Tony James Slater
4.9 stars – 11 Reviews
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There comes a time in every man’s life when he says to himself, “Holy Sh*t! I’m about to be eaten by a bear!”

Tony James Slater went to Ecuador, determined to become a man.
It never occurred to him that ‘or die trying’ might be an option…

The trouble with volunteering in a South American animal refuge is that everything wants a piece of you. And the trouble with being Tony, is that most of them got one.

Just how do you ‘look after’ something that’s trying it’s damnedest to kill you and eat you?
And how do you find love when you a) don’t speak the language, and b) are constantly covered in excrement and entrails?

If only he’d had some relevant experience. Other than owning a pet rabbit when he was nine. And if only he’d bought some travel insurance…

That Bear Ate My Pants is the hilarious tale of one man’s quest to better himself. Whether losing a machete fight with a tree, picking dead tarantulas out of a tank of live ones or sewing the head back on to a partially decapitated crocodile, Tony’s misadventures are ridiculous, unbelievable and always entertaining.

Long before Sky One got involved, there were already plenty of Idiots Abroad. This is the story of one of them…

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At the Sign Of the Sugared PlumKindle Daily Deal: At the Sign Of the Sugared Plum

Mary Hooper’s gripping tale follows the lives of two young women in the bustling city of 1665 London when it was suddenly swept over by the horrors of the Plague.

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Today’s Kindle Daily Deal — Wednesday, February 8 – Save 80% on David Duncan’s epic fantasy of a mystical land torn by political controversy, AGAINST THE LIGHT, plus … Layton Green’s THE EGYPTIAN (Today’s Sponsor)

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The Egyptian

by Layton Green
4.5 stars – 59 Reviews
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At a mausoleum in Cairo’s most notorious cemetery, a mercenary receives a package containing a silver test tube suspended in hydraulic stasis.

An investigative reporter tracking rogue biomedical companies is terrified by the appearance of a mummified man outside her Manhattan apartment.

A Bulgarian scientist who dabbles in the occult makes a startling discovery in his underground laboratory.

These seemingly separate events collide when Dominic Grey and Viktor Radek, private investigators of cults, are hired by the CEO of an Egyptian biomedical firm to locate stolen research integral to the company’s new life extension product. However, after witnessing the slaughter of a team of scientists by the remnants of a dangerous cult thought long abandoned, Grey and Viktor turn from pursuers to pursued.

From the gleaming corridors of visionary laboratories to the cobblestone alleys of Eastern Europe to a lost oasis in the Sahara, Grey and Viktor must sift through science and myth to uncover the truth behind the Egyptian and his sinister biotech – before that truth kills them.

For fans of Douglas Preston, Steve Berry, Dan Brown and the X-Files.

About the Author: Layton is also the Kindle bestselling author of the suspense novel The Summoner (first in the Dominic Grey series of stand-alone novels), as well as the mystery novella Hemingway’s Ghost. Please visit him at laytongreen.com.

From the reviewers:

“I’m about to make a pretty bold statement here.  Layton Green’s The Egyptian is the strongest, best written indie book I’ve ever read . . . [If] James Bond and the X-Files had a love child, this book would be it.” –Keryl Raist, To Publish or Not to Publish

“The Egyptian combines mythology and modern scientific research in a fantastic thriller that leaves the reader breathless and on the edge of their seat. Green’s writing reminds me of Michael Crichton’s works with the mysteries, thrills, and the life-changing scientific discoveries.” –Cherie Reich, Surrounded by Books

“This is what you get when you combine Indiana Jones with Ludlum’s Jason Borne . . . A must read for all you lovers of conspiracy theories, thrillers and mysteries alike!” —Baffled Books

Layton Green is an absolutely brilliant writer.” –Everything To Do With Books

Praise for the Works of Layton Green:
“The Summoner is one of those books that make you want to turn on all the lights in your house and lock the doors . . . The settings are authentic and you can feel and smell the countryside . . . This is a wonderful read for those who enjoy both suspense and action stories.” —Seattle Post-Intelligencer“Favorite book of the year so far.” —A Novel Source
“Mystical, complicated, completely believable and terrifying . . . [w]ith an ending that will catapult you out of your reading chair. Riveting.” —The Review Broads
“Yes, I did put TWO Five Stars up there . . . giving Green’s The Summoner Five stars and Five stars alone downplays how I felt about this book . . . BUY THIS BOOK.”  —1000 + Books To Read
I moved a little outside my comfort zone with The Summoner, and I am glad I did. A blend of action, history, anthropology, thrills, and chills, all delivered with a mature, polished voice. I am eager for more from this author.” –Scott Nicholson, Bestselling Author

“Layton Green has written a tale with supernatural and political undertones that unravels with ever increasing suspense . . . The book is plain terrific.” –Richard Marek, former President and Publisher of E.P. Dutton

“Layton Green is a gifted writer.” — Readers Favorite

“[T]his book is above and beyond in its narrative, its cohesiveness, the depth of its characters and the quality of the writing. This is one of the best books I’ve ever read for Odyssey Reviews.” —Odyssey Reviews 

“[C]alls to mind such series as Jason Bourne and Indiana Jones, with supernatural/religious overtones thrown in.” —Bookhound’s Den

“An awesome read . . . The writing is polished and evocative, the subject matter fascinating, the characters intriguing, and the pace non-stop. Spooky and occasionally metaphysical, The Summoner harkens back to The Serpent and the Rainbow in its ability to convincingly portray seemingly paranormal events in a realistic (and therefore even creepier) manner.” —Blood Writes, Mystery Pick of the Week

“Wow. This book, it packs a walloping punch . . . What a truly original story this was.” –Tiffany Harkleroad, Book Blogger and Amazon Vine Voice

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Dave Duncan’s epic fantasy is a suspenseful, action-packed story of a mystical land torn apart by political conflict, conflicting beliefs, and treacherous motives.
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