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Initial post: 3 Sep 2014 08:42:30 BDT
Last edited by the author on 3 Sep 2014 08:47:42 BDT
Good morning fellow book lovers x

Moon Mask
Jamaica, 1705: An English naval officer boards a slave ship to find its entire crew dead, victims of a horrific disease. The only survivor is the ship's deranged captain, found clutching a mysterious mask, stolen from the depths of Africa.

Writing the Town Read
On July 7th 2005, London is high on the success of winning the 2012 Olympics bid. The celebrations come to an abrupt end when terrorists attack the city's transport network, striking Underground trains and a bus during the morning rush hour. At the other side of the country, in comparatively peaceful, beautiful Cornwall, aspiring journalist Jamie Calder finds her own life directly affected by the bombs. Her partner Dave vanishes in London at the same time the attacks take place.

A Seven Year Hitch
Being coerced at sixteen into marriage with a stranger was bad enough but Erika Wilmshurst's problems got progressively worse when the bridegroom disappeared without trace before the ink was even dry on the certificate. Now almost 7 years later, with the documents are drawn up, she is ready to have him declared dead. She will definitely be dancing a jig on his non-existent grave before consigning him to history.

My Forever: The Infinite Love Series, Book Two
Grief and loss can make a person act out in all the worst kinds of ways. Madalynne Johnson has always been a bit of a handful, but with the loss of her brother, separation of her parents, and her boyfriends unexpected news of joining the army she has gone into a full on tailspin.

Aetherium, Book 1: Assassins of the Steam Age
When the local airfield is destroyed, Taziri Ohana is the only airship pilot left to help the marshals chase the killers across the skies of Marrakesh. But the case becomes terrifyingly personal when Taziri finds that her enemies have turned her own inventions into weapons and her family's survival may hang in the balance. Welcome to a world where strange machines sail the seas and the skies, enormous prehistoric beasts roam the earth, and the restless dead whisper to the living.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 09:00:22 BDT
Last edited by the author on 3 Sep 2014 10:00:28 BDT
Doctor Who: 200 Facts on the Characters and Making of the BBC TV Series
Join us as we share with you facts and trivia about this iconic character; his latest incarnations, his companions, his enemies and how he celebrated 50 years at the forefront of science fiction.

The Christmas Village
When Jamie Reynolds comes to his grandparents' Vermont home for Christmas, he just wants things to go back to the way they were before his dad disappeared. Time and again he is drawn to Grandma's miniature Christmas Village, where he imagines that life is perfect. Late one night, the village comes to life before Jamie's eyes, and his fantasy of escaping into it becomes very real indeed.

Circus By The Sea
An aging tennis player tries to come to grips with life outside the spotlight. A small-town doctor embarks on a secret project with terrifying consequences. A penitent schoolteacher endlessly punishes himself for the sins of the modern world. These are just three of the stories found in Circus By The Sea, a collection of short stories by Randall DeVallance.

The Legendary Graduate
Billed as 'an exciting and rare look inside the mind of an autistic poet.' The author, Joseph D. Smith wrote this book of poetry in honor of his private graduation ceremony, from Glasgow High School, in Glasgow, KY.

The Redemption (Legacy of the King's Pirates Book 1)
Charlisse Bristol sets off on a voyage in search of a father she never knew, only to become shipwrecked on an island. She longs for a father's love to fill the emptiness in her soul from an abusive childhood, but resigns herself to a lonely death of starvation. Her salvation comes in the form of a band of pirates and their fierce, enigmatic leader, Captain Merrick.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 09:05:12 BDT
Last edited by the author on 3 Sep 2014 10:06:16 BDT
1934 Plot (Edward Ware Thriller Series Book 2)
Dora gazed up at him sadly. This was the man she waited 19 years to marry, for whom she once sailed to Europe after the Great War to go to the Paris Peace Conference, for whom she would still do anything or go anywhere. She thought of what last night in bed could have been like if it wasn't for the blood on his hand. But the problem was there was always blood on his hand or a ghoul behind a bush when it came to Colonel Sir Edward Ware.

Diary of a Real Payne Book 1: True Story
EJ Payne records her thoughts and feelings about living in little old Spooner, Wisconsin, eventually leaving her hometown to do big things when she's all grown up, and having to star in the role of lead angel in the Vine Street Christmas pageant.

Colin Preston Rocked And Rolled
Handsome, New York City, Beatles-music-obsessed prep school graduate, Colin falls for free spirit and wild child Jasmine from Laguna Beach, California in this teenage love story.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 09:12:34 BDT
Last edited by the author on 3 Sep 2014 09:13:46 BDT
Apologies if it's a repeat, but A Cold Day for Murder (Kate Shugak Book 1) is one of the exciting books some of us are reading this month :)

(Circus by the sea seems to be using up the world surplus of abbreviation - but I like the short stories so far :) - Thank you Annie )

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 09:21:53 BDT
Last edited by the author on 3 Sep 2014 09:57:25 BDT
Aye, you like those murder stories, don't you CW? :) and you're very welcome - thank you! x

Freud, Murder, and Fame: Lessons in Psychology's Fascinating History
This book highlights the importance of the 1924 Leopold and Loeb murder trial ("the Crime of the Century"), when testimony from Freudian psychoanalysts captivated the nation. The trial's front-page media exposure introduced many Americans to Freudian theory, as seemingly everyone became engrossed in the senseless murder of 14-year-old Bobby Franks. An evidence-based interpretation of how Freud first achieved widespread fame in America.

The Price of Beauty
19th Century England. Young heiress, Lydia Annesley, returns from London to claim her inheritance to a salt fortune in Upwych. However, the masters of sinister Raven's Mill, the handsome, brooding, Caleb Vyne and his dashing half-brother, Charlie Sheridan, appear to have other ideas.

Long Shot: My Bipolar Life and the Horses Who Saved Me
An inspiring and searingly honest memoir of how one woman had the strength and courage to change her life. Sylvia Harris was homeless, her children had been taken from her, and she was using crack cocaine. She is also a manic depressive. Now she's a prize-winning jockey with the world at her feet.

Chasing the Wind (The Aurora Trilogy Book 1)
Bobby Barron is a gifted artist and musician who is desperate for his father's love and approval. When his bullying father wants him to work for the family Graphic Design business, things come to a head and truths from the past begin to be revealed. Set in the folk music scene at the end of the sixties. It is a story of love and regret, of co-dependency and of breaking free.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 09:34:32 BDT
Last edited by the author on 3 Sep 2014 09:55:44 BDT
The Origin of the Wind
This book is about a young Native American girl who is given the diary her Alaskan grandmother kept while living in a Duration Camp during WWII.

Forests of the Night
In the autumn of 1940, John is hired to investigate the mysterious death of a young woman. What is the connection between her brutal murder and the fading film actor Gordon Moore?

DESIRE'S DECEPTION (Game of Queens Book 1)
Scotland, 1565: Married against her will to a brutal highlander, beautiful lady-in-waiting Kylynn Gowrie encounters dashing Roarke MacKinnon. He swept into the court of Mary, Queen of Scots, to reclaim his family's land, but Elizabeth I of England schemed against Kylynn's beloved queen, and fate made Roarke her enemy.

The Queen's Christmas Speech 2011
Transcript of The Queen's Christmas Speech 2011

The Xenophobe's Guide to the Austrians (Xenophobe's Guides)
A guide to understanding the Austrians that delves into the cultural curiosities and peculiar characteristics of this land-locked nation.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 10:07:43 BDT
Last edited by the author on 3 Sep 2014 10:08:08 BDT
Well, i think we all know where the negative votes are coming from. Hallo red! Hope you enjoy the books x

Dear Lucy: A Short Story
He is 88 and she is 70. He will pass within the hour. He is 67 and she is 49. He lets her hold his hand as she leads him through his house--the house of her childhood--one last time. He is 48 and she is 30... In this poignant short story, John Anderson views forward life through a backwards lens.

A Patient Wolf
A haunting love story that begins in the trenches of World War One, when Captain 'Wolfie' Wolf sees the photograph of a woman who will alter the course of his destiny - but Beth Fisher, who has yet to meet the dashing and mysterious Captain, has learned dark secrets from a hidden journal written by the Captain - and one day, those secrets will be uncovered...

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 10:29:12 BDT
3 very short stories

The Man Who Saved Gonesse
In 1783 the world's first hydrogen balloon rises above the Paris skyline and disappears into the countryside. The balloon lands in the village of Gonesse, terrifies the local peasants, and inspires a singular act of courage and redemption.

Crimson Lake (A Leonardo da Vinci Mystery)
Leonardo da Vinci must solve a locked room murder to save the city of Florence from certain destruction.

Permanence: A Short Story
While the rest of humanity continues to fight World War III, the six members of the Citizen's Brigade gradually learn to coexist with their remote environment and each other. "Permanence" first appeared in Perpetual Magazine, February 2009.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 10:43:33 BDT
Valentino: a play in verse
Italy, 1502. Duke Valentino must face the sins of his past in order to protect his family. Brilliant and ambitious, Valentino wages a war to reclaim the Papal States for Rome, but he is haunted by the memory of murdering his brother. His beloved sister, Lucrezia Borgia, may already be plotting his destruction. Now his mercenary captains have formed a conspiracy against him. Valentino's only hope for survival lies with two Florentine men of genius: Leonardo da Vinci and Niccolò Machiavelli.

Three Dances: Basic Edition
A boy runs into the supernatural on his way to ask a girl to dance. A young woman wakes up hung over in a goddess's bed. A mountain climber falls into a crevasse and hears the story of a glacier's life. An Internet marketer finds a speechless, naked woman on his balcony, covered in feathers. And a young couple discovers that life off the road can sometimes be even harder than life on it. In his illustrated short story collection, Jeff Seymour explores gender, sexuality, youth, and oddness in the midst of beauty.

California Punk
When a friend finds himself wanted and in trouble and needs to get away the only thing to do is to take him out to the desert, Las Vegas, where he can hide. But how far do you have to go to escape from yourself?

Jefferson Davis: Before He Wore Confederate Gray
A novel that examines the intimate life and the personality traits of this famous American political figure. After Davis graduated from West Point, his service in the Black Hawk War and the Mexican War made him a hero to the nation. Intimate stories of his relationships with Knoxie, the love of his life, and with his second wife, Varina, show both his strengths and weaknesses as a husband. From public service as a member of the House of Representatives, the Senate, and as the Secretary of War, this story explores Davis' philosophy on the Constitution and the relation of the States to Washington.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 11:00:10 BDT
Last edited by the author on 3 Sep 2014 11:05:10 BDT
Remembering the Wind
A short story collection of varied genres (literary, historical, family and relationships, ghosts, science fiction), different periods (1600s to the far future), and locations (US-New Mexico and Texas, Puerto Rico, England, and a few more).

Exit Wonderland: a road novel
Skye Pelter ends up in Bridgeport, a little town east of Yosemite, and, after singing Nat King Cole's "Nature Boy" at a karaoke bar, meets Sarge McCollum, a reclusive billionaire who lives in a mansion built into an abandoned silver mine. Skye's visit there is like a trip to Oz (Sarge having a fondness for jazz relics and exotic technologies), but what's even better is what he discovers afterward: his '86 Toyota pickup has been outfitted like a Bond car, and his bank account contains six figures. So, thinks Skye, what would a Nature Boy do? He might take that car into the Nevada desert and end up in Winnemucca, where he might meet a sexy refugee Mormon housewife and take her to Hawaii. And then he might go to Colorado, and New York, and Cape Cod, where he might meet twins, and a collage artist, and Holly Golightly's granddaughter, and a frozen vegetable heiress with a penchant for sheet rocking.

Sweating Sickness: In a Nutshell
Claire Ridgway, author and creator of The Anne Boleyn Files, is known for her easy-going style, but with an emphasis on good history and sound research. In Sweating Sickness in a Nutshell, Claire Ridgway examines what the historical sources say about the five epidemics of the mystery disease which hit England between 1485 and 1551, and considers the symptoms, who it affected, the treatments, theories regarding its cause and why it only affected English people.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 11:11:21 BDT
Last edited by the author on 3 Sep 2014 11:13:04 BDT
Maya Angelou: 365 Quotes and Sayings of Phenomenal Woman
A quote for every day of the year by a most amazing woman.

Maya Angelou, born Marguerite Annie Johnson, (April 4, 1928 - May 28, 2014) was an African-American author, poet, dancer, actress and singer. She published 7 autobiographies, three books of essays, and several books of poetry, and was credited with a list of plays, movies, and television shows spanning more than 50 years. She received dozens of awards and over 50 honorary degrees. The first of her autobiographies, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1969), tells of her life up to the age of 17 and brought her international recognition and acclaim.

In reply to an earlier post on 3 Sep 2014 11:29:37 BDT
Totnes Nigel says:
Thanks for the Maya one Annie - great find.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 11:42:54 BDT
Cheers Nigel! I was looking until i found one I really liked, and that was it. :) x

I've got to go to work now, take care!

Nothing makes it all better like a good cup of tea
The Simple Uses of Herbal Teas, and Indian Spices: The Many Different Ways of Using Herbal Teas and Indian Spices
The following information is most helpful for many ailments, the herbal spices and unique herbal teas, to the top cures from around the world, of the best traditional medicine, and of the different remedies for a younger looking skin.

Biology: Understanding Photosynthesis
All the oxygen on Earth is made by the process of photosynthesis; performed by plants and blue-green algae. Life would not exist on this planet as we know it without photosynthesis.

In reply to an earlier post on 3 Sep 2014 12:03:16 BDT
Manc girl says:
?? Why would anyone want to negative vote your posts, what am I missing? You give the title and a brief synopsis of the book, which is great for me thank you. So what am I missing?

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 12:47:45 BDT
Thomas Hardy says:
Thai Horse
Brilliant novel.

In reply to an earlier post on 3 Sep 2014 13:15:44 BDT
monty123 says:
I dont know why you are picking on me Annie. I do not give negative votes at all - what is the point? in fact I always make a point of thanking anyone who does post a book that I like. Please leave me alone or I will have to report you for your bullying me. I dont want to read anymore snide comments from you.

In reply to an earlier post on 3 Sep 2014 13:39:06 BDT
?? I think you have some wires crossed.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 14:03:14 BDT
Took the Christmas village thank ypu.
Actually I don't know where we would be without Annie Marriots posts every day for the free books.
I am grateful for one , with the title and story synopsis it's easy to pick what ypu would want to read and download .

In reply to an earlier post on 3 Sep 2014 14:15:40 BDT
Damaskcat says:
Miss Annie's post wasn't addressed to you!

Personally I am very glad of Miss Annie's posts and all the hard work she puts into them. I've picked up many books from her daily threads on free books. Why people choose to vote on them negatively I really don't know. Even if the books aren't your 'thing' - free books give you a chance to try something new with no financial risk.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 15:29:24 BDT
Jo says:
In defence of Red Miss Annie did say

'Well, i think we all know where the negative votes are coming from. Hallo red! Hope you enjoy the books x'

So I can understand why he would think she was having a go at him.

I just think the buttons should be taken away, they don't have any use other than causing arguments on this forum

In reply to an earlier post on 3 Sep 2014 15:36:27 BDT
Damaskcat says:
But I think you would need to read previous exchanges between the two to establish the context.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 16:59:21 BDT
Crazydase says:
Come on people let's leave it ! Anyone who posts freebies puts a lot of time and
Effort in ... let's praise instead of bickering .. that's all .

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 18:51:32 BDT
Last edited by the author on 3 Sep 2014 19:30:35 BDT
All I did was thank red for saying she likes one of the books I posted, and her response was that none of my posts were 'her cup of tea'. So much so that she never even reads them. But...of course she does, she replied to me! I thought she must be having a laugh. And then someone else posted a rather cheeky post, and it wasn't but a minute or so later that all the posts in this thread had been voted down. I don't know who that was. Either way, I know red reads my posts, actually likes and downloads some of the books I post and the next thing I know she's threatening to report me. Wow! Seems a long way to go when you could just say thank you, or admit you do like some of my choices and be friends. Red, you said "in fact I always make a point of thanking anyone who does post a book that I like." I've got nothing against you, and I would like to like you. Let's be friends. Life is short and you can never have too many. Maybe you'll also like some of these free books.

* * Many thanks Manc girl, Ms. G, and Damaskcat. Damaskcat I hope you're doing well, I've been thinking of you. * *

Shadow Lawyers (A Nick Teffinger Thriller / Read in Any Order)
A beautiful young lawyer with memory loss frantically scrambles to reconstruct the past after finding herself a suspect in the brutal murder of a co-worker.

Orange Petals In A Storm (Skyla McFee Series Book 1)
An 11-year-old child races through rain-drenched East London streets trying to reach her childhood home. What becomes of Skyla McFee once she arrives there? And from whom does she run?

The Secret Life of Water: A Microbiology Tale
Ben Ketchum is a microbiologist and he's just returned from Egypt, where he learned all about the surprising brewer's yeast. Now he's being offered a chance to work on another project he knows little about: cholera.

The Empty Photograph
What if everything you believed to be true... every moment, every memory... every kiss... was a lie?

Sudden Vacancies
As the murders continue, it's up to Detective Young to decipher the conflicting information, uncover the secrets, and see through the lies of everyone at the Paradise Hotel.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 18:53:43 BDT
Minsk Rises
During a weekend outing to the Minsk countryside, an expatriate American manager provokes a swirl of global finance, lust, and power politics that extends from Washington to Moscow. From improbable catalyst, Belarus pitches toward freedom and modernity.

Foul Deeds
Rose Henn awoke without a memory, but with the help of her son, Thomas, she has successfully created a new life in New Mexico. Not knowing what food she likes to eat, what books she likes to read, her favorite perfume, her preference for anything has made each day a challenge. But a challenge that Rose has met. In 7 months she has created a new life. Her life seems perfect. Until the dreams begin.

Kiss Me When I'm Dead
When private investigator Daniel Beckett is offered double his usual fee plus a large bonus to track down the missing daughter of a billionaire, he has no reason to believe that the assignment is not as it seems, but soon discovers that his wealthy client has not been telling him the whole story. Before long, Beckett himself is in danger.

The Kabbalistic Murder Code: Mystery & International Conspiracies (Historical Crime Thriller Book 1)
A professor from Jerusalem, an expert in decoding ancient Hebrew manuscripts, is hired to carry out a mysterious task, one that sends him to three continents. He becomes entangled in a web of murders that leave him deeply puzzled. However, he quickly discovers that if he does not succeed in deciphering the enigmatic manuscripts, through his in-depth knowledge of Kabbalah, the lives of many people - including his own family - will be endangered.

Just Call Me Harry (Harry McShane Book 1)
In this adult novel, Harry McShane, a dim-witted, red-headed, Irish detective, pursues the elusive eyeball snatcher with the help of his alleged wife, Sada, and her supposed half-brother, Leroy Johnson, a black man who wears a furry hat and looks suspiciously like a pimp. While Harry tries to solve unsolvable crimes given to him as a joke by the department, he finds himself involved in the instant coffee business.

Posted on 3 Sep 2014 18:54:12 BDT
Looking for Lucy
Charlie Sawyer is shy and reserved, a talented criminal psychologist stuck in a dead-end recruitment job. Ally McFerren is his former flame, a headstrong, American journalist with bags of attitude and a nose for a dangerous story. When Ally's newspaper receives a tip-off about a serious government cover-up, she enlists Charlie's help to investigate, and his quiet existence is threatened.

The Rhyme's Library: A cozy Rose Arbor mystery (Rose Arbor series Book 2)
Crazy Aunt Charlotte is missing again. Blair Rhyme, Rose Arbor's young librarian, doesn't bother to check Charlotte's regular haunts because Charlotte is dead. Blair discovered her body amongst the boxes of what-nots and whatevers in the library's basement. Unfortunately, when she returns to the library with the police Charlotte is missing. Again.

Messages from the Future - The Book / Part 1
Brian, an ordinary tech engineer, receives an e-mail in the middle of the night saying that the Human Race is facing extinction! Brian gets into the midst of an adventure surrounded by strange messages, puzzles and games in which he is challenged to discover a very important mission and re-write his fate.

Play Date (A Calvin Recker Mystery Short Story)
Neighborhood queen bee, Melanie Briarloaf, hires Calvin Recker to investigate whether her husband is more than just Facebook friends with his ex-girlfriend.
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