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Posted on 19 Jan 2014, 17:38:05 GMT
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Posted on 19 Jan 2014, 17:46:04 GMT
Bill Todd says:
Love and infidelity ...
Greed and treachery ...
Sex and death ...
Revenge ... ROCK HARD

Posted on 21 Jan 2014, 18:43:30 GMT
Seb Kirby says:

Double Bind new review:

★★★★ Entertaining read

`While this book is a wild read, the author starts with a very believable beginning. As the plot and story continues he has you convinced that what follows must also be plausible, although you're logic is in a state of bewilderment. Characters are well fleshed out. It's a rollicking enjoyable ride.'

Best wishes


Posted on 22 Jan 2014, 10:47:06 GMT
2014 is the 100th anniversary of WW1 in Europe. Months of extensive research has enabled me to write a novel which tells of the horror and needless slaughter of young men from both sides of the Atlantic. It is a story of death, despair, hope and humour as the cream of nations are sacrificed for?????

Coming Home

Posted on 23 Jan 2014, 22:04:42 GMT
Mary Bale says:
writing as Pamela St Abbs:
Smoke Shadows is the first in the series of Inspector Campbell mysteries and is under a pound.
Water Weal (Inspector Campbell Mysteries) £1.54
Twisting Tide (Inspector Campbell Mysteries) £1.54

The Edinburgh detective plies his trade in East Anglia.

If you like Ruth Rendell or PD James you might like these.

Posted on 24 Jan 2014, 08:22:10 GMT

#7 in Kindle Store > Books > Children's eBooks

Posted on 24 Jan 2014, 11:40:57 GMT
I can recommend Linda Prather's Bet you can't... FIND ME (Catherine Mans' Suspense) only £1.86

"Imagine a killer who can kill at will from a distance. No gun, no weapon. Nothing more than a thought."
Catherine Mans has the ability to see and hear what others can't. With the help of Homicide Sergeant Cody Allen, she's turned that talent into a successful profession as a psychic consultant.
But Catherine's past is coming back to haunt her. Someone is threatening the lives of everyone she loves.
Nine bodies have been discovered, and Catherine is the FBI's prime suspect.
To prove her innocence, she must unravel the secrets of her past, and answer the challenge of a deranged psychic.
Bet you can't...FIND ME!

Posted on 24 Jan 2014, 19:52:39 GMT
Ann Herrick says:
Trading Faces
Currently on sale for 0.99, so hurry!
Two romances in one book!
What if you went to sleep plain and woke up beautiful--or vice versa? How would that affect your love life!?!

An "Ugly Betty" and a Popular Beauty wind up trading faces-and lives-and the situation is not what either one expected.

When 15-year-old Darcy Doane wakes up as Cybil Sheffield, she is thrilled. Cybil is everything Darcy has ever wanted to be. Pretty. Popular. Only all the attention isn't exactly what Darcy expected. Especially when her own brother, Joey, is crushing on her. Gross. But then there's Devon, the real Cybil's boyfriend ....
Cybil is shocked when she looks in the mirror and sees a face she totally doesn't recognize. She thought not always being the center of attention might be a good thing, but being invisible is hardly bearable. Even her boyfriend, Devon, looks right through her! How can she survive when the only people (except a family of strangers) who even know she's alive are three dipsticks she can't remember ever seeing before? And why hasn't she ever noticed her new "brother," Joey, before?

With the school play, potential boyfriends and an A-List party coming up, Darcy and Cybil have a lot to work out. There's a learning curve for both of them, especially after they are caught fighting at school and forced by the principal to help her at a Return-to-Work project for displaced women.

Trouble is, how do they get their own lives back? And who ends up with what guy?

Posted on 24 Jan 2014, 20:32:23 GMT
Bill Todd says:
I am over the moon with this 5* review for ROCK HARD:
"Having read the three previous Danny Lancaster action-packed thrillers and enjoyed them all immensely, there is always an element of fear that another instalment might be disappointing. No worries on this score - this lived up to and exceeded expectations. Yet again the writing and descriptions immerse you from the first page and I could not put this down. A gripping, thrilling, entertaining and violent trip to Gibraltar for my hero, Danny, with an exploding climax that leaves you wondering. The descriptive writing about Gibraltar makes you feel you actually know the area even if you have not been there. Always difficult to write a review for this type of book without giving anything away. I would recommend to anyone, not just to those who read this genre, as it has a lot more to offer besides. Loved it!"

ROCK HARD - £1.98

Posted on 25 Jan 2014, 12:25:37 GMT
Barca_10 says:
Don't miss out on these Spy Thrillers from author R J Dillon:

First in the series - The Oktober Projekt
"Totally engrossing, enjoyed every page. A Bond, Bourne mix in a Le Carre cover. A captivating story well delivered, to the last page"
(Amazon Review)
"Just the sort of book I like to read, great story holds the reader all the way through, any more by this author............fantastic"(Amazon Review)
"If you enjoy reading John Le Carre' novels you will find this book a cracking good read. One of the best thrillers I have read in a while. Topical subject too. Recommended." (Amazon Review)

The Fanatic
"...very enjoyable and great for all the armchair spy masters put there.... "(Amazon Review)
"Another Nick Torr novel that delivers lots of excitement and tension, with a good dose of characterization. I can recommend it for fans of British spy novels." (Amazon Review)

Check out the author and his other published books at www.rjdillon.com

Posted on 25 Jan 2014, 18:35:27 GMT
Daimones (Daimones Trilogy 1)
A deadly, silent invasion leaves survivors befuddled, wary, and broken.
A First Contact and an Apocalypse with roots millions of years old.

4.0 out of 5 stars (93 customer reviews in Amazon.com)
5 star: (41)
4 star: (30)
3 star: (7)
2 star: (9)
1 star: (6)

Posted on 25 Jan 2014, 19:40:29 GMT
Ann Herrick says:
All's Fair in Love and Words
Currently on sale for $1.99, so don't wait!
Laurel can't handle her new authority as editor of the yearbook, especially when it comes to Matt, the new guy at school who has her head spinning! Is she doing what's best for the yearbook, or what's best for her? Is she being unfair to Matt, or is he trying to use her? To complicate matters, her best friend's love life is falling apart, her home life is driving her crazy with parents who are frantic about their upcoming high-school reunion and a sister who has suddenly become klutz of the century. Can Laurel help her best friend, survive her chaotic household and resolve her war of words with Matt without losing at love?

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Jan 2014, 10:16:15 GMT
Stu says:
I tried to promote but I got moaned at lol.

Posted on 31 Jan 2014, 15:51:05 GMT
Minijax says:
Addie Russell arrives in the UK to find out about the man who's left her a Tudor style house in Guildford, Surrey. She's never met him - never knew him - so what was his relationship to her? And how might this relate to the family she's never known? For Addie was adopted in the USA at birth when her English mother was living there, and now was the ideal time to find out about her blood relations. What secrets would be revealed in Addie's quest?

For a family history that spans the 20th century, a bit of a mystery, and a love affair, in addition, why not try my genealogical novel, Tainted Tree?

Tainted Tree is set in Surrey and the West Country in 1991 and Addie's research takes her back to World War 1. It has 46 reviews, average 4.3 stars, and is 367 pages - 115,000 words. A good size for a weekend, and still under £2 for the Kindle.

Posted on 31 Jan 2014, 19:26:27 GMT
Bill Todd says:
Danny Lancaster is trying hard to help an Army pal in trouble. Emma Driscoll is horrified at a drunken one-night stand. Piers Templeton's career will be decided by the next decision he makes. Camilla D'Allessi cannot admit she has fallen in love.
And an assassin is drawing closer.
ROCK HARD - 5* reviews - £1.98

Posted on 3 Feb 2014, 15:39:30 GMT
Ann Herrick says:
The Real Me
On sale for only .99, so don't wait!

When Mattie has issues with her weight, she decides to take charge of her life, redo her image, find confidence and maybe even dare to talk to guys. Will a change in lifestyle, a friend, a tormentor, and a dream guy help Mattie discover her real self and find romance along the way?

Posted on 4 Feb 2014, 15:09:21 GMT
More Coffee Break Mysteries: The Sherlock Holmes Edition - twenty more new mysteries for yu to solve, including five adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty!

Here's a recent UK review:

"I'm a big fan of Sherlock Holmes and an even bigger fan of mysteries in general so this collection is right up my street. They were not too taxing or overdone and the endings were pleasing and well-thought out as they weren't in the least predictable, and I found each story entertaining.

There's also uniqueness in being challenged to solve the mystery mentally, and then you turn the next page for the solution to see if you guessed correctly.

Each stand-alone tale is the ideal type of read just before I settle down for the night, on a train journey, reading in the shade in the garden, or indeed during a coffee break.

This is a very good collection of short stories, and I might be doing things backwards but I need to get hold of a copy of the first book in the Coffee Break collection now that I've read and enjoyed this one."

Posted on 4 Feb 2014, 20:44:57 GMT
Bill Todd says:
When Danny Lancaster - private investigator and widowed father of two - gets a call from a friend in trouble he leaves his tangled work and love life in Brighton for Gibraltar. The wounded Afghanistan veteran does not know what he's letting himself in for - ROCK HARD
"The writing and descriptions immerse you from the first page. I could not put this down. Gripping, thrilling, entertaining." - 5* Amazon review
"Leaves you guessing to the very end. If you like Jack Reacher you'll love this British version." - 5* Amazon review
"I would recommend to anyone, not just to those who read this genre, as it has a lot more to offer. Loved it! - 5* Amazon review
ROCK HARD - ebook and paperback

Posted on 17 Feb 2014, 20:44:06 GMT
Minijax says:
For some people, a sense of place is all important, so potential readers may be interested to know that the action in Tainted Tree takes place in Guildford, Surrey, with visits to the West Country. Addie Russell is adopted, but when a house is bequeathed to her by an unknown benefactor, she comes over from America - her birthplace - in the hope she will find out more about her English mother, whom she never knew.

In the course of her research, she visits Bath and the surrounding countryside; she discovers her mother graduated from Bristol University, and she also finds a connection with Plymouth.

Take a trip with Addie and follow her research, as well as her romantic entanglements. Tainted Tree is under £2 for the Kindle, has 47 reviews, average 4.3 stars, and is 367 pages - 115,000 words.

Posted on 17 Feb 2014, 22:10:22 GMT
Roger Cave says:
Why not try one of the Alec Fincham novels, they`re pure action adventure thrillers.
Each one is available for only £1.03.

All eleven books are military, espionage, action thrillers and feature Commander Alec Fincham, of her Majesty's Special Boat Service. Because of his military training, he is seconded to the Special Operations Department of M.I.6. Every difficult job that comes along, he and his team have to face head on.

The Barcza Gambit (The Alec Fincham Novels)
Someone wants to keep the American military in Iraq, and possibly escalate the war. Fincham, in his first outing, finds himself in Miami, trying to figure out what's really going on.

Sicilian Defence (Alec Fincham #2)
Fincham and his team are after a Middle Eastern terrorist, but the Italian Mafia stand in their way. Can he and his team outfox the Mafia, and still catch the man they're after.

White King (Alec Fincham #3)
British anti-drug patrols in the Caribbean are dealt a blow by a Venezuelan drug lord. Fincham and his team are sent in to deliver a message. However, the message turns out to be more dangerous to deliver than they could have possibly imagined.

Zugzwang (Alec Fincham #4)
A man wants revenge for his son's death. If successful, he'll kill hundreds of thousands. Fincham and his team find themselves in the Iraqi Western Desert, alone and outnumbered, and in a worse position than when they started. Can they survive?

Octopus Knight (Alec Fincham #5)
A death in London sets Fincham on to the trail of a Russian drugs smuggler. He will have to face death in the frozen Chernobyl ghost towns, if he is to succeed.

Medusa Defence (Alec Fincham #6)
The murder of a politician sends Fincham on a chase to find Medusa, a world famous model. He has to find out what she knows, and protect her from those who want the information she has.

Deep Blue (Alec Fincham #7)
Somali pirates kidnap a South African diamond miner. Fincham is engaged to get him out, no matter the cost. To fail will deepen the world's financial crisis, and strengthen foreign terrorist cells.

Grand Prix Variation (Alec Fincham #8)
Fincham is tasked with providing protection to a Formula 1 Racing Team. The team's owner is also a supplier of military technology to the Armed Forces. One man wants that relationship terminated, permanently.

Queen's Knight (Alec Fincham #9)
The love of Anastasia Hunt's life goes missing, but nothing is at it first appears. Alec Fincham is brought in to resolve the case, but can he get to the bottom of what's going on without paying the ultimate price?

Posted on 18 Feb 2014, 17:20:19 GMT
Jag Randhawa says:
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Posted on 22 Feb 2014, 13:20:08 GMT
As free as it gets...

#100 Reviews on Amazon US Celebration for Daimones (Daimones Trilogy) - 4.0 stars average - $0.99

Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Posted on 28 Feb 2014, 20:49:36 GMT
Bill Todd says:
Reviews are the only way to measure a book and I am thrilled and flattered with this latest 5* review for ROCK HARD:
"I have read all 4 of the Danny investigations now and loved every minute. Bill Todd never fails to keep me excited and gripped with his fantastic descriptions and details. Living in Brighton, I always enjoy being captivated by the scenes set. On his latest adventure, Danny finds himself in Gibraltar, helping out an old friend in deep trouble, and the scenes are again beautifully descriptive. This series of books has something for everyone, action packed, page turning drama, sex, violence and shock twists and turns. I fall for Danny's character more and more with every instalment."

Posted on 28 Feb 2014, 23:20:31 GMT
A Rose in No-Man's Land

Hi everyone,
A well researched, award winning novel set against a background of the Great War.

Nurse Amy Smithfield finds love on the French battlefields, but risks losing it when she has to fight for survival in the slums of London's East End.



Posted on 1 Mar 2014, 14:16:22 GMT
Jim Webster says:
A Sci-Fi Adventure/Detective story. Justice 4.1 (The Tsarina Sector)

When a journalist is shot down in a backward area of Tsarina, Haldar Drom of the Governor's Investigation Office is sent to investigate. He uncovers a hidden medical facility dedicated to the production of Abate, a drug used for population control, as well as evidence of the implantation of pre-created embryos in women brought to Tsarina for the purpose. He also discovers a deeper plot with far reaching political ramifications. A senior member of the Governor's family, Doran Stilan is running a personal feud with the major pirate/Starmancer Wayland Strang. Indeed he begins to suspect that Stilan may even be angling to take Stang's place.

The medical facility is destroyed after it is attacked by mercenaries hired by Strang, and Drom has to travel off world to untangle the treads of the conspiracy.

Arriving back on Tsarina, he has to deal with a failed Starmancer attack, punish the guilty and arrange for Doran Stilan to get what's coming without undermining the position of the Governor. To do this, he'll need skill, know-how and a whole lot of luck to ensure that the guilty face justice.

The universe is yours for 77p
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