FREE BOOK BLOCK #2 – {07-25-2014}

By on July 25, 2014
The Fifth Beast by Michael Kirchhoff

The Fifth Beastby Michael Kirchhoff

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The aliens have arrived. They don’t want to conquer the Earth, they just want to lease it.

These visitors have brought their secret war to Earth, dramatically altering the lives of three unwitting humans: Benjamin, a lonely soul consumed by an irrational amorous obsession; Armin, a hippie ex-priest whose exotic new girlfriend is significantly scalier than he’s used to; and Sheila, a grieving grandmother whose efforts to understand the circumstances of her granddaughter’s bizarre death could expose the machinations of an otherworldly political conspiracy.

This inevitable clash of cultures could result in nothing less than a redefinition of existence itself. Hilarious and horrifying, The Fifth Beast is a story about murder, intergalactic espionage, and strange dietary preferences.

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The Public Speaking Gold Mine by Kerry O'Hallaron

The Public Speaking Gold Mineby Kerry O’Hallaron

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In 1912, the late, great Dale Carnegie first codified the ‘’rules” of public speaking, coaching business people in public speaking and presentation skills. Prior to that time, there were neither ‘’rules” nor any recognized trainings available.

In nearly a century since then, countless teachers, trainers, and courses have either taught Carnegie’s rules, or attempted to improve on them.

In 2006, a simple training program known as ‘’Public Speaking Gold Mine” changed those rules, possibly forever!

The difference between just ‘’saying a few words” and being a fearless, persuasive, and profitable speaker is largely dependent on your understanding of a few key strategies that usually are not taught in public speaking training courses and books. Kerry O’Hallaron’s ‘The Public Speaking Gold Mine” shows you how to take the maximum advantage of the knowledge, skills, and abilities you possess right now, the advantages that all super successful speakers and trainers capitalize on as a matter of daily business.

You will discover a wealth of proven success techniques which you can implement immediately to exponentially increase your speaking success, income and opportunities. This program is for speakers, trainers, teachers, preachers, business people, and entrepreneurs – and…

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No Cure for Murder (Brier Hospital Book 2) by Lawrence Gold

No Cure for Murder (Brier Hospital Book 2)by Lawrence Gold

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Death at Brier Hospital is routine and provides the perfect opportunity to murder and get away with it. Jacob Weizman, a physician, and his wife, Lola, a psychotherapist, are holocaust survivors and need no proof of evil in this world. Jacob and Lola are unique protagonists. They’re octogenarians who take the fear out of getting old. Their intelligence, competence, humor, and sense of history make them appealing in a world that too often disdains the aged. After fifty-five years practicing medicine, Jacob is disappointed, but not surprised by several patients’ deaths, even the unexpected ones. Soon, however, it becomes clear that a killer is stalking the halls of Brier Hospital targeting Jacob’s patients. While Jacob has made enemies over the years, he finds it inconceivable that anyone would murder his patients for revenge. The killings mount even as the hospital and police increase security and pursue a vigorous investigation. Finally, unsatisfied with surrogates, the killer targets Jacob.

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Church of the White Rabbits by Huw Thomas

Church of the White Rabbitsby Huw Thomas

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Revenge, blackmail, family feuds, revolution… and lots of white rabbits!

Published June 2014, ‘Church of the White Rabbits’ is the new novel from award-winning British indie author Huw Thomas.

Inspired by the likes of ‘Cold Comfort Farm’ and the TV series such as ‘Northern Exposure’ and ‘Two Thousand Acres of Sky’, the new book marks a departure in style. No murders or mysteries, but lots of eccentric characters and quirky adventures.

‘Church of the White Rabbits’:

A saga of family feuds and power struggles on an island populated by eccentrics, misfits… and an ever-growing number of white rabbits.

Far out in the Atlantic lies Black Island, a remote and windswept outpost of the British Isles. Once the haunt of pirates, life here follows a different pace.

For more than two centuries, the Black Family has ruled the island as their personal fiefdom. But, although they still control most aspects of island life, the family line is in danger of dying out.

With no heir to be found, the island’s affairs are now in the grasping hands of family steward Clarence Wherry, whose financial incompetence is matched only by his arrogance.

Mad…

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Nobody Bats a Thousand by Steve Schmale

Nobody Bats a Thousandby Steve Schmale

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Revised for Kindle, Nobody Bats a Thousand is a book of stories based on reality. The opening story, “A Bar Story”, showing a typical Friday night seen through the eyes of a middle-aged bartender, deals with conflicts that arise from changing times and generations. In “Home on the Range” a college student becomes reacquainted with his uncle, a famous touring musician, who teaches his nephew to look at life from a novel perspective. “Victims of Circumstance” centers on a young slacker and the 24 hours surrounding his 21st birthday in which he stumbles upon epiphanies about life, sex and his Vietnam veteran father. This book of literary fiction contains eight finely crafted stories about ordinary people involved in unique situations, presented in a style reminiscent of Raymond Carver, Richard Ford and David Sedaris.

“…good writing, interesting characters…”, –Ken Babbs, author of ‘Who Shot the Water Buffalo?’

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