FREE & BARGAIN EBOOKS – {10-21-2017}

By on October 21, 2017
I Love You I Kill You by Gregg Bell

I Love You I Kill Youby Gregg Bell

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Paul Mancari is going to kill his ex-wife.

He’s a Mafia hitman, and he got the contract because his ex had been dating the mob boss and couldn’t keep her mouth shut.

Paul’s a stone-cold killer, but there’s just one problem–his feelings for his ex haven’t died.

Under pressure from the mob boss and struggling against his own conscience, Paul scrambles to find a way out of killing her.

But all he finds is if she isn’t dead in twenty-four hours, the next hit will be him.

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Nine Years Among the Indians by Herman Lehmann

Nine Years Among the Indiansby Herman Lehmann

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“Lehmann’s memoir is quite fantastic-sounding at times, but is regarded as one of the best of that rare breed of book, the first-person ‘captivity story’ . . . One of the values of Lehmann’s book is its no-holds-barred, unapologetic tone.” Rocky Mountain News

As a young child, Herman Lehmann was captured by a band of plundering Apache Indians and remained with them for nine years. This is his dramatic and unique story.

His memoir, fast-paced and compelling, tells of his arduous initial years with the Apache as he underwent a sometimes torturous initiation into Indian life. Peppered with various escape attempts, Lehmann’s recollections are fresh and exciting in spite of the years past.

Lehmann provides us with a fascinating look at Apache, and later, Comanche culture. He tells of their rituals, medicinal practices and gives an insight into Native American manufacture of arrow-heads, saddles and shields.

After a few years, Lehmann became completely integrated into the warrior life, joining in on raids throughout the South-West and Mexico. Nine Years with the Indians tells of violent clashes with white rangers and other Native American tribes, scalpings and the violence of life in nineteenth century western America.

“A fascinating account of [Lehmann’s] subsequent life among both the Apache and Comanche people. . . . this is an engaging read.” – German Life

“Lehmann’s true-life story features suspense and excitement that surpass even the skill of the most imaginative fiction writer.” – Books of the Southwest

Herman Lehmann (June 5, 1859 – February 2, 1932) was captured as a child by Native Americans. He lived first among the Apache and then the Comanche but eventually returned to his family later on in his life. The phenomenon of a “white boy” raised by “Indians” made him a notable figure in the United States. He published his autobiography, Nine Years Among the Indians in 1927.

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Refuge Planet: For Sale by Owner - Ancient Aliens and the Origin of Humanity. by D D Godley

Refuge Planet: For Sale by Owner – Ancient Aliens and the Origin of Humanity.by D D Godley

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“A fun, yet frighteningly realistic reimagining of the Roswell Incident, later abductions, and the hidden relationship between extraterrestrials, mankind and our existence on Earth. “

˃˃˃ Disclosure: July 9th, 1947 –

An intelligent creature was recovered from the wreckage of a mysterious object. Lieutenant Joshua Simpson receives his final order, “bond with it.”

While “bonding with it” the Lieutenant discovers the frightening truth about humanity. Where did we come from? How did we get here? Who are these visitors?

˃˃˃ Disclosure: October 16th, 2020 –

One-thousand breeding couples are abducted.

Why? How are these abductions related to Lieutenant Joshua Simpson?

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Bluegrass Undercover by Kathleen Brooks

Bluegrass Undercoverby Kathleen Brooks

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This is the first book in the New York Times Bestselling Bluegrass Brothers series. This series is the follow-up series to Kathleen Brooks’ bestselling Bluegrass Series.

When danger and passions flare it’s best to find cover…

Cade Davies is a former Special Forces soldier who is now a high school teacher and football coach. And something is trying to kill his players. He’s been too busy trying to keep his players alive, while also avoiding the Davies Brothers marriage trap set by half the town, to pay attention and to the fiery redhead who has swept into his small town.

DEA Agent Annie Blake was undercover to bust a drug ring that preys on high school athletes in the adorable, small town of Keeneston. She had thought to keep her head down and listen to the local gossip to find the maker of this deadly drug. What Annie didn’t count on was becoming the local gossip. With marriage bets being placed and an entire town aiming to win the pot, Annie looks to Cade for help in bringing down the drug ring before another kid is killed. What she didn’t intend on was becoming the next target.

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First Strike by Richard Turner

First Strikeby Richard Turner

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When war comes after a century of peace, it is sudden and brutal. Taken by surprise Earth’s far-flung colonies are in danger.

The only son of an admiral, Second Lieutenant Michael Sheridan finds himself thrust into a desperate conflict that he and the untried soldiers under his command are ready for. Focusing on the people struggling to survive the onslaught, First Strike is a novel that propels the reader to the furthest limits of space. Fighting a ruthless and determined enemy, Sheridan soon learns the brutal lessons of war and that his enemy may not be what it appears to be.

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Other Worlds: A Limited Edition Collection of Science Fiction Romance and Paranormal Romance by Various Authors

Other Worlds: A Limited Edition Collection of Science Fiction Romance and Paranormal Romanceby Various Authors

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Journey into a multiverse beyond the boundaries of your imagination…

21 award-winning and best-selling authors bring you the best of PARANORMAL and SCI-FI ROMANCE in this enticing boxed set of exclusive epic adventures.

Rogue spaceship captains, dark vampire lords, supernatural hunters, crafty hackers, uncompromising alien alphas, fearless shifters, and MORE await in this highly sought-after collection including BRAND NEW romantic, otherworldly tales!

Step into OTHER WORLDS as these fresh voices of SFR and PNR take you on a journey to immortal realms and extraterrestrial territories where your imagination takes flight and fantasies come to life.

INCLUDING STORIES FROM…
Allyson Lindt
Award-Winning author A.D. Trosper
Cheri Schmidt and Tristan Hunt
Akaria Gale
Award-Winning author R. A. Steffan
Jennifer Rose McMahon
Award-Winning author Amy L Gale
Shawnee Small
K. R. Fajardo
Award-Winning author Lea Kirk
Mychal Daniels
Laura Hysell
Shawna Romkey
Elizabeth Ryder
E.A. Weston
Award-Winning author Lindsay Avalon
LaVerne Thompson
Starla Night
Jayne Fury
Isadora Brown

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The Ultimate Boost from Within: 31 Days to Health, Wealth, Wholeness, and Happiness by Dr. Leonard Scott

The Ultimate Boost from Within: 31 Days to Health, Wealth, Wholeness, and Happinessby Dr. Leonard Scott

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Aches, pains, lack of sufficient resources, and generalized feelings of inadequacy can sneak into our lives as we approach our latter years. We recognize that there are some aspects of our being that we have little to no influence over, such as our genetic makeup, our parental lineage, the family we have inherited and the legacy that accompanies it and at least to some extent, the country or environment where we reside. However, there are many other aspects in our lives that are affected either directly or indirectly by our efforts. The Ultimate Boost from Within helps you put these efforts to work for you and your overall health and wellbeing.

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Under the Same Roof by Mark Henry Kinn

Under the Same Roofby Mark Henry Kinn

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Dr. Mark Henry Kinn grew up both searching for and running from his parents’ tragic past. How do you live through a trauma that isn’t even your own? How does a child live with the poignancy and sadness of a generation, following him to school, to work, and out into a world that doesn’t understand?

Kinn’s mother, Sonia, evaded the Nazis by hiding in the forest, but she never forgot her murdered family. His father, Phil, joined the Russian resistance, but sneaked back into the ghetto to find his father and sisters. Sonia and Phil met in 1944 when both joined a secret caravan of Jews escaping from Eastern Europe; both were struggling to move past the memory of extreme brutality and overwhelming loss.

As Dr. Kinn explains, “My sister and I were left with an apocalyptic sense that our parents’ world had been uprooted, killed, destroyed. They thought they were hiding their past, protecting us from the Holocaust and its atrocities, but this made it worse. They rarely spoke about the Holocaust during our childhood yet it was there every day, in everything, omnipresent but never acknowledged, never explained.”

In stories pieced together from early childhood to adulthood, “Under the Same Roof” sensitively illustrates the impact of the Holocaust on second-generation survivors. “You kids have Holocaust on the brain,” Kinn’s mother would say when he asked her about her experience in the woods or his father’s time in the resistance.

This gentle and subtle memoir follows Mark Henry Kinn from a childhood full of secrets and unexpressed feelings (afraid of upsetting parents who had “been through so much”) to an adulthood of trying both consciously and unconsciously, to heal his parents’ pain by becoming a doctor.

“Under the Same Roof” is about the consequences of unimaginable horror. It’s about the struggle to discover an identity apart from an all-encompassing legacy of fear, anger, guilt and sadness. Told with great love for his heroic parents and a wish for a better life in the face of an inescapable past, “Under the Same Roof” is an insightful illustration of the consequences of intergenerational trauma.

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