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Saturday, November 23, 2013

Saturday Steals

Most of the steals I list are books I recommend or want to read. I have a diverse reading spectrum. Would you rather I sort my Steals and Recommended from the Coming Soon PreOrder by Genre? I'd love to hear your thoughts.

Pastor Chris by S. A. David. $2.99 from Smashwords.com
In Pastor Chris, reality began with reality and metamorphosed into déjà vu; and déjà vu changed to jamais vu. Jamais vu became etre vu; and etre vu bounced back to reality. And reality ended with a hard reality.
A STEAL at only $2.99. I can't wait to read. Jamais and etre are French just as deja vu.

Jamaiz vu: Often described as the opposite of déjà vu, jamais vu involves a sense of eeriness and the observer's impression of seeing the situation for the first time, despite rationally knowing that he or she has been in the situation before. Jamais vu is more commonly explained as when a person momentarily does not recognize a word, person, or place that they already know.
Etre vu: My translation is To Be Seen.

Next some Amazon Kindle Countdown deals.


Grave Girl by Amy Cross. Today it is a STEAL at $0.99. Tomorrow the price goes up to $1.99 - Still a great price.

When Sam Marker ran away from her old life, all she needed was a job and somewhere to live. Anything would do. And then, one fateful day, she saw that the town of Rippon was looking for a new gardener... Unfortunately for Sam, the 'garden' is actually a cemetery, and it just so happens to contain the deadliest grave in the world.

As she tries to adjust to her new life in the sleepy little town, Sam finds herself increasingly drawn into a strange double life. Dark forces are gathering in Rippon, seeking access to the Devil's grave, and soon she finds herself trapped in the middle of a struggle that could decide the fate of the world. Originally published in serial form, Grave Girl is now available in this omnibus edition. Total word count is approximately 130,000. Contains swearing, violence and mild sexual references.

A Certain Threat (The Merriman Chronicles) .By Roger Burnage. A STEAL today at $1.99, tomorrow price will go up to $2.99 finally price is $4.50. Literature for Steal pricing through Amazon Kindle Countdown.

With French Revolutionary agents travelling freely but secretly between Ireland and England and war with France inevitable, the English government of Mr. Pitt is desperately anxious to uncover any plots between Irish rebels and the French.

Lieutenant James Merriman with his ship, the sloop Aphrodite, is ordered to the Irish Sea to assist the principal Treasury agent Mr. Grahame in this work. Merriman is plunged headlong into the world of espionage and when Grahame is seriously wounded it falls to Merriman to carry on the investigation.

Young James Merriman must keep all his wits about him to foil these plans especially when his adversary is revealed to be an exceptional French agent Henri Moreau who hopes that by helping the Irish to throw off the English yoke, France will be able to use Irish ports from which to attack England.

Whiskey Sour - A Thriller (Jack Daniels Mysteries) by J.A. Konrath. A STEAL today at $0.99. Will eventually go up to $3.99 so grab your mystery steal today.







Itsy Bitsy Spider (Emma Frost #1) by Willow Rose. FREE! A savings from the print price of $12.44. And you can read a new mystery series - yippee for series.

Emma Frost inherits a house on Fanoe Island when her grandmother dies. She decides to move there with her family, much to her teenage-daughter's regret. One morning a wealthy old woman in her street is found murdered and soon Emma finds herself wrapped in a mystery uncovering the island's dark secrets that not only runs deep within the history of the island but also within her own family.

From the author of the International Bestselling books, the Rebekka Franck-series comes a new Scandinavian Mystery destined to keep you up all night. It is the first in her newly released Emma Frost-series and is followed by MISS POLLY HAD A DOLLY and RUN RUN AS FAST AS YOU CAN.

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