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KND Bargain Book Alert! Our eBook of the Day is not Charlie Chan’s Chinatown. Ty Hutchinson’s CHOP SUEY (A Darby Stansfield Thriller) is “intrinsically funny and inherently evil, a strangely intoxicating blend, one that keeps the action rolling” — 4.3 Stars on 39 Reviews and Just $2.99 on Kindle!

Here’s the set-up for Ty Hutchinson’s Chop Suey, just $2.99 on Kindle:

Start with one lovable dope.
Add a cook with a secret past.
Throw in a couple of gang members.
Mix in a pair of Chinatown detectives.
Combine it all with Ling Chi, death by 1,000 cuts.

And you have the perfect recipe for
Chop Suey.

When disgraced sales associate Darby Stansfield discovers he has six months to save his job, he does what any normal person would do. He freaks.

Desperate to resurrect his career at Teleco Wireless, he conjures up an international scheme filled with the promise of endless high-spending clients. It’s brilliant, it’s successful, and it involves doing business with organized crime.

But soon those closest to him find themselves caught up in his dangerous plan, and one of these unknowingly has the power to destroy him. Darby must now make a tough decision––give up on the one good idea he ever had or risk it all.

Chop Suey is a 90,000 word action thriller. That’s 381 pages of holy moly.

From the reviewers:


“Chop Suey is a fast, funny and well-plotted thriller––It’s not easy to write comedy, introduce a vicious serial killer, and navigate between the two.”––Reading Review

“It is both intrinsically funny and inherently evil, a strangely intoxicating blend, one that keeps the action rolling.”— SeattlePI

“Hutchinson did an excellent job of bringing his characters to life, weaving several stories together and bringing them to an exciting conclusion.”— The Book Review

My name is Ty Hutchinson and I’m from Hawaii. What does that mean? I don’t need to tan. Most days I’m a writer in the ad business. My work has appeared in all the major advertising award shows and reported on in publications like Advertising Age, Creativity, Communication Arts and Archive.

When I’m not building brands, you’ll find me traveling the world, playing video games, eating, reading, exploring SF’s Chinatown (to date I have six Shrimp Boy sightings) or hard at work writing thriller novels.


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“Once again, Kathryn Shay blends realism and romance to flawless perfection.” Be the first in your reading community to discover our Kindle eBook of the Day: MICHAEL’S FAMILY, the latest from Kathryn Shay, author of the bestseller AFTER THE FIRE!

Here’s the set-up for Kathryn Shay’s Michael’s Family, jut $3.99 on Kindle:

When his sixteen year old son Michael asks to meet his biological mother, Lucas Rayburn reluctantly agrees. Since his wife Sara’s death three years ago, Lucas has developed a closer bond with his son–a bond he’s terrified
will be destroyed when Meredith Hunter enters their lives.

Meredith is an assistant District Attorney with a bias against public defenders, something Lucas just happens to be. Despite their personal and professional clashes, Lucas is determined to make his son happy.

Meredith gave up her son but she never forgot him. The circumstances of his birth are a horrible memory for her, but getting to know Michael brings more joy than Meredith ever hoped. True, the growing attraction to Lucas could become a problem–but she lost her son once and nothing, not even a handsome public defender, is going to tear her away from Michael again.

From the review:

Once again, Kathryn Shay blends realism and romance to flawless perfection. Her strength lies in her ability to capture the voice of children with thoughtful insight into how they think and what they feel. In this case, Michael Rayburn is the catalyst that brings Lucas and Meredith together. The love story is passionate and bittersweet. Lucas is torn between his feelings for Meredith, his duty to his son and the guilt of betraying his dead wife’s memory. Meredith has to reconcile her personal grudge against public defenders with the pull she feels toward Lucas while finding her place in her son’s life. Michael’s Family is a special story about love and what it means to be a family. Kathryn Shay’s characters are memorable and special! She has a unique talent for crafting stories that are down-to-earth and still hopelessly romantic! Michael’s Family is well written and delightfully realistic! There’s no stopping this gifted author! — The Literary Times, Inc.

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Children’s legal advocate Sabre Brown has handled nearly every case imaginable as a children’s legal advocate, but she finds there’s more amiss than meets the eye when two children taken from their parents lead her into a web of deceit, corruption, and murder that spans the continent. Teresa Burrell’s 5-star legal thriller THE ADVOCATE is our eBook of the Day – Just $3.99 on Kindle.

Here’s the Set-Up for Teresa Burrell’s The Advocate, just $3.99 on Kindle:

Suffering from the mysterious disappearance of her brother five years before, Sabre Brown has handled nearly every case imaginable as a children’s legal advocate. That is, until her partner gives her the easiest case on the roster—advocating for two children taken from their parents after a potentially abusive argument.

Sabre’s gut tells her there’s more amiss than meets the eye, and her gut is rarely wrong. As she digs into the history of this broken family, Sabre discovers a web of deceit, corruption, and murder that spans the continent.

From the reviewers:

The author’s experience as a juvenile attorney is evident in the gritty realism of this mystery/legal thriller. This is the first book in the Advocate series and has been re-released by her new publisher. The protagonist, Sabre Orin Brown, is a juvenile defense attorney working hard for her clients welfare, while trying to solve a grizzly crime. If you want a book written by an attorney with real first hand knowledge of the judicial system, then pick up this book. – Hamlet

This is an excellent story line with plenty of suspense and takes you deep inside the inner workings of the juvenile system. Teresa Burrell writes an excellent, authentic thriller. – Jenny Hilborne

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Teresa Burrell has dedicated her life to helping children and their families in both the courtroom and the classroom.

As an attorney in San Diego, Burrell maintained a private law practice for twelve years, which specialized in domestic, criminal, and civil cases. Her work in juvenile court focused on representing abused minors and juvenile delinquents. Burrell has received several awards and special recognition from the San Diego Bar Association for her countless hours of pro bono work with children and their families.

Burrell has also enjoyed a satisfying career as a teacher. She has taught children of all ages with diverse backgrounds and special needs. After creating an after-school program that kept kids off the street, she received a community service award.

Now in semi-retirement in California, Burrell continues to educate groups about social issues impacting children and write novels, many of which are inspired by actual legal cases.

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Bargain Book Alert: Mike Dennis’ 5-Star Noir Novel SETUP ON FRONT STREET is our Kindle eBook of the Day at Just $2.99 – Think “Elmore Leonard meets Carl Hiaasen in the real Key West” – Here’s a Free Sample!

Here’s the setup for our eBook of the
Day, Mike Dennis’ SETUP ON FRONT STREET – 4.6 stars on 11 Straight Rave Reviews and just $2.99 on Kindle!

Key West, 1991.

Don Roy Doyle is back in town. Tough and
quick-witted, he’s fresh out of prison, where he served three years for a
diamond swindle. Now he’s back to collect his share of the proceeds,
about $200,000, but the money has vanished.

A local family dynasty which has controlled the island’s politics for
generations, a cop with a grudge, the FBI, and the Russian mob all have
a stake in the action. They’re convinced Cuba is on the verge of
“opening up,” and they all want Doyle gone.

In this tightly-knit town, who can be trusted? And how long can Doyle stay alive?

Setup on Front Street takes you inside the world of Key West noir, a world tucked way back in the shadows, where the tourists never go.

From the reviewers:

“Dennis writes true noir.” — Vicki Hendricks, author of CRUEL POETRY
“Mike Dennis has a sure knowledge of his setting and characters and a
prepossessing writing style.” — George Fontana, Key West
Citizen/Solares Hill

“Fans of Elmore Leonard should find Mike Dennis an author worth watching – and worth reading.” — BooksAndPals.com

“Snappy prose and engaging story-telling.” — LoveThyAuthor.com

Stylish and Dark – Great Noir.  Setup On Front Street is my
favorite Mike Dennis offering so far. Dennis has a gift for drawing
psychologically true characters and opening up a world that is only
glossy on the surface. I found myself rooting for a truly flawed hero.
 –  Jessica

5.0 Stars.  I’d heard about this novel and about how it portrayed Key
West in a very different light. I guess like most people, I was used to
the Jimmy Buffett version of Key West, where everybody sits around all
day being mellow and getting loaded.   –  Alan

After thirty years as a professional musician (piano), Mike Dennis
left Key West and moved to Las Vegas in 2006 to become a professional
poker player, but turned to writing when his first novel was published.

SETUP ON FRONT STREET is his second published novel. It’s the first
in a series of three noir novels which lift the veil on Key West,
revealing it as a true noir city, on a par with Los Angeles, New
Orleans, or Miami. The next book, THE GHOSTS OF HAVANA, is coming soon.

In addition, Mike has had short stories published in Powder Burn
Flash, A Twist Of Noir, Mysterical e, Slow Trains, and the 2009 Wizards
Of Words Anthology.

In December 2010, Mike moved back to Key West.

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Bargain Book Bundle Alert! 4 5-Star Novels in One eBook! Zoe Archer’s THE BLADES OF THE ROSE is our Kindle eBook of the Day – 4.8 Stars on 5 Straight Rave Reviews – Just $9.99 on Kindle for Warrior, Scoundrel, Rebel and Stranger. “The action explodes on page one and the pace never lets up. You’re gonna love THE BLADES OF THE ROSE!”

Here’s the set-up for Zoe Archer’s The Blades of the Rose Bundle, just $9.99 for Four Complete 5-Star Novels on Kindle:

The Blades of the Rose Bundle:  Warrior, Scoundrel, Rebel, Stranger

To most people, the realm of magic is the stuff of nursery rhymes and
dusty libraries. But for Capt. Gabriel Huntley, it’s become quite real and quite dangerous. . .

In Hot Pursuit. . . The vicious attack Capt. Gabriel Huntley
witnesses in a dark alley sparks a chain of events that will take him to
the ends of the Earth and beyond–where what is real and what is
imagined become terribly confused. And frankly, Huntley couldn’t be more
pleased. Intrigue, danger, and a beautiful woman in distress–just what
he needs.

In Hotter Water. . . Raised thousands of miles from England, Thalia
Burgess is no typical Victorian lady. A good thing, because a proper
lady would have no hope of recovering the priceless magical artifact
Thalia is after. Huntley’s assistance might come in handy, though she
has to keep him in the dark. But this distractingly handsome soldier
isn’t easy to deceive. . .

From the reviewers:

“Zoe weaves a delightful spell. . .cleverly blending history and
magic in new, delightful ways. . .” –Elizabeth Vaughan, USA Today
bestselling author

“An innovative and exciting romantic adventure with just the right
touch of the paranormal. . .” –Jennifer Ashley, USA Today bestselling

“Crackles with adventure, a rich sense of place, and terrific characterization.” –Mary Jo Putney


The Blades of the Rose are sworn to protect the sources of magic in
the world. But the work is dangerous–and they can’t always protect their
own. . .

Ready For Action: London Harcourt’s father is bent on subjugating the
world’s magic to British rule. But since London is a mere female, he
hasn’t bothered to tell her so. He’s said only that he’s leading a
voyage to the Greek isles. No matter, after a smothering marriage and
three years of straitlaced widowhood, London jumps at the
opportunity–unfortunately, right into the arms of Bennett Day.

Risking It All:  Bennett is a ladies’ man, when he’s not dodging
lethal attacks to protect the powers of the ancients from men like
London’s father. Sometimes, he’s a ladies’ man even when he is dodging
them. But the minute he sees London he knows she will require his full
attention. The woman is lovely, brilliant, and the only known speaker of
a dialect of ancient Greek that holds the key to calling down the wrath
of the gods. Bennett will be risking his life again–but around London,
what really worries him is the danger to his heart. . .

Rebel:  On the Canadian frontier in 1875, nature is a harsh mistress. But the supernatural can really do you in. . .

A Lone Wolf:  Nathan Lesperance is used to being different. He’s the
first Native attorney in Vancouver, and welcome neither with white
society nor his sometime tribe. Not to mention the powerful wildness
he’s always felt inside him, too dangerous to set free. Then he met
Astrid Bramfield and saw his like within her piercing eyes. Now, unless
she helps him through the harsh terrain and the harsher unknowns of his
true abilities, it could very well get him killed. . .

And The Woman Who Left The Pack:  Astrid has traveled this path
before. Once she was a Blade of the Rose, protecting the world’s magic
from unscrupulous men, with her husband by her side. But she’s loved and
lost, and as a world-class frontierswoman, she knows all about
survival. Nathan’s searing gaze and long, lean muscles mean nothing but
trouble. Yet something has ignited a forgotten flame inside her: a
burning need for adventure, for life–and perhaps even for love. . .

Praise for The Blades of the Rose:

“The action explodes on page one and the pace never lets up. You’re
gonna love The Blades of the Rose.” –Ann Aguirre, national bestselling
author of Hell Fire

Zoe Archer is an award-winning romance author who thinks there’s nothing sexier than a man in tall boots and a waistcoat.
As a child, she never dreamed about being the rescued princess, but
wanted to kick butt right beside the hero. She now applies her master’s
degrees in Literature and Fiction to creating butt-kicking heroines and
heroes in tall boots.

Zoe and her husband live in Los Angeles. Please visit her on the Web at http://www.zoearcherbooks.com/

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Bargain Book Alert! 4.6 Stars on 45 Out of 48 Rave Reviews for our Kindle eBook of the Day, CRESTMONT by Holly Weiss, just $2.99 on Kindle!

Let the Roaring Twenties spark your interest with its unique social mores, fashion, jazz, and yes, a little bootlegging thrown in for pizzazz.

Here’s the set-up for Holly Weiss’ Crestmont, jut $2.99 on Kindle:

“A dream, after all, needn’t be fueled by particulars, only by desire.”

So notes main character, Gracie Antes, in CRESTMONT, a historical fiction gem set in the 1920s.

Determined to take control of her life, sheltered Gracie Antes leaves her unhappy home in 1925 to pursue her dream of a singing career. On her way to the big city, she accepts a job as a housemaid at the bustling Crestmont Inn.

Once there, Gracie finds a life-changing encounter with opera singer Rosa Ponselle, family she never imagined could be hers, and a man with a mysterious past.

Relive the 1920s with a colorful cast of characters. Discover with Gracie that sometimes we must trade loss for happiness.

Set in Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania, the story is interwoven with details about the town, the rich history of The Crestmont Inn, and the family who passed ownership from one generation to the next. Many attempts have been made to explain how the mountaintop lake nestled in this tiny town came to be.

Crestmont gives a new twist to an old Native American legend, setting the tone of grace around which the story is built.

Let the period of the Roaring Twenties spark your interest with its unique social mores, fashion, jazz, and yes, a little bootlegging thrown in for pizzazz.

From the reviewers:

A fine and riveting read for historical fiction fans, highly recommended. – Midwest Book Review

Holly Weiss’ Crestmont is a book that was meant to be read aloud – the depictions are incredibly detailed and the tone of the story is both peaceful and engaging. For the hours I spent reading this book, I was there. And just like the characters, I could sense the healing and tranquility of that place. – Rita

I could not put this book down. There is a little of everything in this book, history, mystery and even romance. I love historical novels and this book transported me back to the 1920’s. – Jennifer S. Brandes

Holly Weiss was born in New Jersey in 1950. She is a private vocal instructor, retired professional singer and a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. A polio survivor, she resides with her husband, Ernie, in upstate New York. She holds a B.S. in Music Education and Master of Music from Northwestern University. Crestmont is her first novel.

Visit her at http://www.hollyweiss.com for a video by the author and a readers’ guide for book groups on the “About the Book” tab.

Her singer’s voice led to the author’s voice in 2006. Weiss’s Crestmont journey began when she stayed overnight at The Crestmont Inn in Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania. A spark was lit to explore the lives of people working on staff at a busy summer inn. The 1920s, replete with jazz, prohibition, fashion trends and interesting social mores captured her interest. After extensive research, writing retreats, guidance from God and encouragement from her husband, her debut novel, Crestmont, became a reality three and one-half years later. The novel is dedicated to her parents.


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It’s our Kindle eBook of the Day at just $2.99 with a 5-star review: Bert Carson’s ANOTHER PLACE ANOTHER TIME is about men, women, dogs, love, war, and oh yes, time travel!

Here’s the set-up for Bert Carson’s Another Time Another Place, just $2.99 on Kindle:

Leonard Jacobson’s life changed the day he met Whispers. Thirty years later he wrote the story. It began this way:

“The day I met Whispers, I was nineteen and he was one. From the day we met, we were not apart for a single day for almost fifteen years. I cannot imagine what my life would have been without Whispers, and frankly, I don’t even want to think about it. This is our story, my dog, Whispers’ and mine.”


Half way through the book you’ll meet Luke Jenson, a professional truck driver. Luke’s life changes when he meets Traveler. He described it this way:


“Daddy always said that I was a ‘riding fool,’ usually adding, Luke, you’d rather ride than eat. He should have met the dog. I have never known a man, woman, child or animal who liked to ride any more than Traveler.

“I guess I knew when I walked into Frank’s office, the dog was going to be my new partner; it just took a while for me to admit it. First, I had to put myself through all the arguments against having a big dog in a truck twenty-four hours a day.”


Another Place Another Time is about men, women, dogs, love, war, and oh yes, time travel.


From a reviewer:

Not only a warm and unusual story about a couple of dogs and their best friends, but with adventures that will make you forget dinner just to read more pages. An excellent story told by an excellent story teller, Bert Carson introduces surprises that make you want more. Just like in his book “Fourth and Forever” there’re messages about truth and staying in the moment that you’ll take with you and use for the rest of your life. A great read! — Stan

I was born in Birmingham, Alabama, 68 years ago. Currently I live in Huntsville, Alabama, which is a little over 100 miles north of Birmingham. I didn’t get to Huntsville via Interstate 65. Rather, I arrived here after living in Trussville and Childersburg, Alabama; Palatka and Jacksonville, Florida; Georgia, South Carolina, Indiana, Texas, Vietnam, Mobile (Alabama), Laurel (Mississippi), Memphis, and Mentone, Alabama.

I’ve been a construction worker, soldier, corporate manager, car dealer, minister, professional speaker, small business owner, and writer. I’ve been married four times, bankrupt twice, homeless once, and a millionaire once.

I live, very happily, with my wife, Christina, whose CV is as long (or longer) than mine. With our partner, Adrienne Wall, we operate a small photography business, specializing in Day Care portraits http://www.united-portrait-studios.com.

I love to read and write. Kindle facilitates both of those passions.

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