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Kindle Nation Bargain Book Alert! Nicole J. Persun’s A KINGDOM’S POSSESSION blends ancient magic, love and intrigue in a fresh new romantic fantasy – It’s our eBook of the Day with 4 stars and just $2.99 on Kindle!

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A Kingdom’s Possession blends ancient magic, love and intrigue in a romantic fantasy told in a fresh new voice.

A wayward prince, his twin brother, a mystical woman of fire, and an escaped slave band together, to free an outcast goddess – if they can
elude a powerful rogue kingdom intent on their destruction.

Max, a young woman who has just escaped a life of slavery, finds herself at the heart of a heated rebellion and a complicated legend. As the kingdom
of Alice seeks power among the realms, a flawed goddess is thrown from the heavens and forced to reside inside Max’s body.

The king of Alice, lusting for the rewards the goddess will grant upon the kingdom that releases her from her human cage, sends spies to capture
Max and release the goddess in the most ruthless way: through death. Will Max and her friends solve the magical riddle before her pursuers?
And what of her budding love for the prince? A captivating tale of love, freedom, and choices.

Nicole J. Persun’s debut novel proves to be an early glimpse into a successful writing career.

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Kindle Nation Bargain Book Alert: See for yourself why readers call our Kindle eBook of the Day, Abigail Lawrence’s INVISIBLE TEARS, “unforgettable” and “by far the most gripping memoir I have ever read” — 4.4 Stars on 39 out of 47 Rave Reviews, Just $2.99 on Kindle!

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At a time when six-year-old Abbie needs love and security, her mother goes to the hospital and never returns. Still distraught, Abbie is passed to whoever will have her. Her new step mother subjects her to unimaginable physical, sexual and psychological torture and delivers her to local paedophiles in the entertainment business. During her single minded pursuit of fame, Abbie’s step mother stops at nothing, beating and prostituting her own children.

This is the story of Abbie’s struggle to survive, the grim details of child abuse of the worst kind all told from the perspective of a little girl.

As a teenager Abbie is uncontrollable. A Modette during the 80’s revival, she finds a love of scooters, rebellion and gang life on the wild side. Dulling her pain with alcohol, drugs and promiscuity at a very young age, Abbie loses control and becomes well known to the local police. Not one person can get through to her because she has no fear, no self respect, no morals or self worth. With nothing to lose, she throws herself into one battle after another, blood and guts brawling between the skin heads and the mods on the streets of London.

Her family eventually disowns her realizing they are unable to help. Abbie finds herself in the care of the Court until she is abandoned by children’s homes and Social Services too. Alone, penniless and pregnant at the age of 16. Haunted by the secrets of her unspeakable past. Will anyone ever see her invisible tears?

From the reviewers:

… heart wrenching and hard to read, but at the same time, completely and undeniably necessary. If you know or suspect a child is being abused please help by calling the National Child Abuse Hotline [ in your country] — Misty Baker

Shocking and spellbinding. The writing voice of Abigail Lawrence is so real that it is impossible to put this book down. I have to say this is by far the most gripping memoir I have ever read. Five stars! –Steven Ward, Author

There are many stories out there to do with abuse, but this one by far the one that sticks into my head. This story is so real that i wanted to cry in parts but couldnt because it meant stopping reading. — Hayley Spurr

She has overcome neglect and deprivation, abandonment and abuse in all forms. A survivor, Abigail Lawrence is 43 years old and a pseudonym, Invisible Tears is her first book. Written to bring to public attention the horrors that some children go through and live to tell the tale.

After raising her own children she decided to foster children in care. Child neglect and abuse still continues to happen today and people still look away. She wrote this book hoping it would help someone, anyone to find the courage to not look away but also help someone else to be a survivor too.

Happily married with 2 grown up children and now a grandson. I attempt to paint for fun and enjoy writing when I am not playing with our horses. My career used to be in Behaviour Modification and Learning Disabilities but now I am at home full time as we foster children in care.

This book is graphic, be prepared to be shocked. The human race can be so sick and cruel. This is based on a true story.
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Kindle Nation Bargain Book Alert: From 1120 to 1307, the Knights Templar answered to nobody, had the strongest military, crossed borders at will, and financed monarchies. What if they returned now to challenge Al Qaeda without worrying about media, Congressional hearings, or the next election cycle? Terrence O’Brien’s THE TEMPLAR CONCORDAT is our Kindle eBook of the Day: 4.9 Stars and Just $2.99 on Kindle

If you loved the ideas behind Da Vinci and The Lost Symbol, but you weren’t so crazy about all the arty esoterica, THE TEMPLAR CONCORDAT could hit your sweet spot.

Here’s the set-up for Terrence O’Brien’s The Templar Concordat, 4.9 stars from 9 reviewers and just $2.99 On Kindle:

When the truth is your greatest danger, and the enemy knows the truth, things can only go downhill when the enemy finally gets the proof. And that’s the proof the Hashashin get when they steal what the Vatican doesn’t even know it has.

Now the infallible decrees of two Twelfth Century popes and three kings, stolen by the Hashashin, threaten to catapult the bigotry, bias, and religious blood baths of the Third Crusade straight into the Twenty-First Century.

When Templars Sean Callahan and Marie Curtis are drawn into the mess, they face an ancient enemy that has already nearly won the battle, a newly elected Mexican pope being undermined by entrenched Vatican powers, world class scholars who will sell their prestige to the highest bidder, and terrorists lingering over lattes in sidewalk cafes.

Moving from Rome to London, Switzerland, and Saudi Arabia, Callahan and Curtis are desperate to find some way to stem the success the Hashashin are having enlisting the majority of moderate Muslims in their Jihad.

From the Author

The idea for the book began to grow a few years ago as news reports revealed more and more about Al Qaeda. What struck me was the fact that it had no national allegiance. It operated outside the established nation state system. Al Qaeda didn’t care what the government of Saudi Arabia, Syria, Pakistan, or Iran thought. It did whatever it wanted, and claimed to be doing it to further world-wide Islam. 

So, I wondered what things would be like if there was an organization in the West that was also free from the governments of the West. How would they combat Al Qaeda? What kind of scene would play out across the world if that kind of group challenged Al Qaeda without worrying about media, Congressional hearings, appeals courts, public opinion, or the next election cycle?

Then I remembered there once was such a Western organization when the Knights Templars were active from 1120 to 1307. They answered to nobody, had the strongest military of the day, crossed borders at will, amassed a huge fortune, engaged in trade and commerce, and financed many of the monarchies.

So, why not bring the Templars forward in time, and let some escape the ambush by the King of France and the pope that destroyed them in 1307? And since the Templars were a creation of the Crusades and the Church, let those players come into the present day, too. And the Hashashin, a secretive branch of Islaimi Shiite Islam that excelled in covert operations? Let them escape their destruction by the Mongols in 1275, and come forward to the present day.

I also noticed news stories about the discovery of the Chinon Parchment from 1308 dealing with the Templar trials. The document had been misfiled in 1628 and was lost to history until an Italian researcher found it buried in the stacks of the Vatican Library in 2001. So the notion that things could get lost for hundreds of years in a library was definitely reasonable.

The result is The Templar Concordat. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Terrence O’Brien

After leaving the Marine Corps I began a career in mine and oil field development. So, I have followed the oil fields spanning Alaska, Saudi Arabia, and Indonesia, and now live with my wife in Kansas City where I became a floor trader at the Kansas City Board of Trade. I’m currently working on Avram’s Cross, the second book in the series.

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Kindle Nation Bargain Book Alert! Don’t miss our eBook of the Day, Kathleen Shoop’s The Last Letter – – 4.5 Stars on 45 out of 51 Rave Reviews and just 99 cents on Kindle!

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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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Kindle Nation Bargain Book Alert! Melissa Foster’s CHASING AMANDA is our Kindle eBook of the Day – 4.8 Stars on 56 out of 57 Rave Reviews, Just $2.99 on Kindle!

Find out now why 56 out of 57 Amazon reviewers have given rave reviews to Melissa Foster’s Chasing Amanda, just $2.99 on Kindle!

Here’s the set-up: 

Nine years ago, Molly Tanner witnessed a young girl’s abduction in the busy city of Philadelphia, shifting her occasional clairvoyance into overdrive. Two days later, the girl’s body was found, and Molly’s life fell apart.

Consumed by guilt for not acting upon her visions, and on the brink of losing her family, Molly escaped the torturous reminders in the city, fleeing to the safety of the close-knit rural community of Boyds, Maryland.

Molly’s life is back on track, her son has begun college, and she and her husband have finally rekindled their relationship. Their fresh start is shattered when a seven-year-old girl disappears from a local park near Molly’s home.
Unable to turn her back on another child and troubled by memories of the past, Molly sets out to find her, jeopardizing the marriage she’d fought so hard to hold together. While unearthing clues and struggling to decipher her visions, Molly discovers another side of Boyds, where the residents–and the land itself–hold potentially lethal secrets, and exposes another side of her husband, one that threatens to tear them apart.
From the reviewers:

“…a story of madness and mystery that drew me in from the first paragraph…a tale of love, retribution, hope and betrayal…a page turner that will leave you breathless and can’t be put down…” –Readers Round Table
“[Foster’s] newest release captivated me. [It] covers a subject that is every parent’s nightmare. The story had me hooked and shocked. The characters are well written.” –Jeanette Stingley, Women’s Literary Editor, Bella Online
Melissa Foster has truly done it again. Weaving the reader through the intricate dealings with relationships, but also bringing twists and turns to the plot to keep you from putting the book down! A must read! — J.M. Reed
Melissa Foster is the author of two novels, Megan’s Way and Chasing Amanda. Megan’s Way is currently being adapted to film, won the 2011 Beach Book Award, and was named Finalist, 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Both Megan’s Way and Chasing Amanda are Nominees for the 2011 Dan Poynter Global eBook Awards.
Melissa is the founder of the Women’s Nest, a social and support community for women, and is currently collaborating with a director to create a script for Megan’s Way. Melissa is working on her next book, and lives in Maryland with her family.
Melissa is available to chat with book clubs and welcomes comments and emails from her readers. Visit Melissa on The Women’s Nest or her personal website.
Comments from Melissa:

Hello everyone! I grew up in Maryland with my mother, a slew of wonderful brothers, and friends. I am passionate about writing, reading, living healthy, and helping others do the same, and enjoy just about anything outdoors. I love to chat with readers and welcome your comments and suggestions. Feel free to email me. You can also catch me on The Women’s Nest, user name, “Thinkhappy.”
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Kindle Nation Bargain Book Alert! Bestselling Kindle suspense author Mike Jastrzebski gives 5 stars to John M. Urban’s collection URBAN SHORTS – modern-day stories of mystery, suspense, and crime. It’s our Kindle eBook of the Day at just 99 cents!

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Urban Shorts – modern-day stories of mystery, suspense, and crime.
Mystery writer John Urban provides four short stories plus an opening excerpt from his soon to be released mystery novel. The 20,500 word e-book includes:
  • “Junior Jameson” — Extreme wealth, corporate excess, and a crime that takes the reader from New York to Antigua and back.
  • “Courtesy Call” — A locally grown police officer patrols his home community on what was to be a quiet summer evening.
  • “The Association” — Retirement life in Stuart-by-the-Sea is quiet and dull. Or at least it was until now.
  • “Halfway Rock” — Urban’s protagonist, Steve Decatur, sets out in a water-borne chase on the stormy waters of Buzzards Bay.
  • “Devil’s Bridge” — An opening except of a new Steve Decatur mystery involving modern day slave trafficking that draws historical echoes from the days of the early 1800s when ships from Newport and Bristol, Rhode Island sailed the Triangle Trade.
From a reviewer:

I don’t usually read short stories but since I enjoyed Urban’s novel, A Single Deadly Truth, I decided to give his Urban shorts a try. I found all four of the stories varied and interesting and I have to say I enjoyed reading them. This doesn’t mean that I’m going on a short story reading frenzy anytime soon, but if John comes out with another story collection in the future I’ll probably pick them up. Besides, how can you beat four stories for 99 cents. — Mike Jastrzebski, author of The Storm Killer and Key Lime Blues.

Like his protagonist, John Urban has worked as a college professor and he sails the waters of Southern New England on an old wooden sailboat that he restored. He is a regular contributor to the blog Write On The Water, and his short stories have appeared in the anthologies Seasmoke and Deadfall.
The ocean was his desired destination from an early age. As a boy living a landlocked life in Western Massachusetts, nights were dedicated to reading about boats and watching Flipper and weekends were spent boating and fishing, April-to-October, on Long Island Sound.
Thoughts of a career at sea ended early after a stint at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, but the circle of life has come around some years later in the form of the fictional world of Steve Decatur. Urban lives just outside Boston and spends his summers near the waters edge of Buzzards Bay and Rhode Island Sound. A Single Deadly Truth, published on Amazon Kindle, is Urban’s debut novel. As second Steve Decatur mystery is due out in 2011.

For more information: www.johnmurban.com

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Kindle Nation Bargain Book Alert! You’ll fall in love with the regulars who frequent the Hideaway Bar and Barbecue in Indian Creek, Texas, in our Kindle eBook of the Day: Jade Pittman’s DEADLY SECRETS – 5 stars and just $2.99 on Kindle!

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Kelly McWinter is a former Fort Worth police officer who suffered a personal tragedy that caused him to quit the force and isolate himself in the community of Indian Creek, Texas. Kelly is the Clint Eastwood, John Wayne type of man who makes everyone feel safe. The characters at Indian Creek are so unique and eccentric that readers and reviewers alike have fallen in love with the regulars who frequent Cam Belcher’s Hideaway Bar and Barbecue.
Tammy from Fallen Angel reviews described the Indian Creek Texas mysteries as “A fabulous mixture of Texas humor, heart-pounding action, sexy nuances and mounting suspense.
There’s plenty of excitement, plenty of intrigue, a local flavor to tickle the toughest of taste buds and a good serving of hot, steamy romance to titillate the senses.”
From the Author:

Deadly Secrets was such a fun book to write. I fell in love with the regulars at the Hideaway Bar and Barbecue and Kelly McWinter is every woman’s hero. Tall and dark and ruggedly handsome with a gentle manner and a determination to know the truth, he’s solid gold.
From a reviewer:

I read Deadly Secrets in one afternoon because I couldn’t put it down. Once I got hooked in by the cast of characters in Indian Creek, Texas, I had to keep reading! Just got the second book, Deadly Betrayal, and am ready to start it. Love Kelly the hero and his great dog Jake! Highly recommend Deadly Secrets to anyone who enjoys a good mystery with a spark of romance. This one is on my keeper shelf. – Jamie I. Hill
Over the past 20 years, Jude has published a mixture of freelance articles, features, short stories and corporate histories. But, her passion has always been for the shadowy secrets unveiled in the mystery novel.
DEADLY SECRETS AND DEADLY BETRAYAL, the first two novels in Jude’ s Indian Creek Texas Mysteries series, were the realization of a lifelong dream.
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