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Comment by Daniel Klockenbrink on September 6, 2013 at 12:14pm

Want to go on holiday? And want to book it yourself for a reasonable price? Then look here:

This guidebook will show you how to find the best offer for the best price while booking over the internet. Lots of tips and tricks will help you to obtain as much information as possible and to save a lot of money at the same time when you experience the holiday of your dreams. You will find tips on the booking process, and also additional tips and tricks that will help make the traveling itself easier using the internet or a smartphone.

More information on my website:

The book is available as kindle ebook, paperback and lots of other ebook formats.

Comment by Jamie Sinclair on September 6, 2013 at 10:39am

Hello. Fancy reading a crime thriller based on real events based on the NHS? Set in lancaster? No. Fine. But if you change your mind you can buy a copy right here for your Kindle:

The Trust

Got a Nook, Kobo etc? Just search Jamie Sinclair on the relevant site, my books are in all formats including paper! Woo!

Comment by Untreed Reads on September 5, 2013 at 5:33pm

Killer Cousins by June Shaw

A Cealie Gunther Mystery #2

Mystery 215 pages ebook

Spunky widow Cealie Gunther flies into Tennessee after receiving frantic messages from her cousin Stevie Midnight that she needs Cealie’s help, or she’ll die. Cealie and Stevie never got along when they were young, but Cealie can’t refuse Stevie’s cry for assistance.

Cealie finds murder has touched her semi-psychic cousin’s life. Resolved to discover the killer, Cealie uncovers secrets about a young mother, Stevie’s hairdresser, and members of her Quitters Group, including a priest and the hookers who pair up with him. Cealie must learn who is murdering people close to her cousin who she’s staying with—or is her strange cousin the killer herself?

About Author June Shaw:

June Shaw lives along a lazy bayou in south Louisiana. She became a young widow with five children, completed a college degree, and started teaching junior high students. Then her deferred dream of becoming a writer took hold.

Between grading papers and being involved in her growing children's activities, she sold stories and learned to write plays. She won a playwriting contest in Boston, and two of her short plays were produced Off-Off Broadway. A short screenplay she wrote aired on a channel for the arts in New Orleans.

She eventually worked on novels, became a grandmother, and then sold Relative Danger, which received excellent reviews. Deadly Ink nominated it for their new David award for Best Mystery of the Year. Harlequin reprinted it, and Books in Motion bought audio rights.

June represented Louisiana on the board of the southwest chapter of Mystery Writers of America for two years. When June is not writing, she enjoys reading, swimming, fishing, dancing, traveling, meeting new people, and being with her friends and large family.

How to Buy Killer Cousins:

Killer Cousins is $5.99 and can be purchased directly from The Untreed Reads Store in PDF, EPUB and MOBI formats. It's also available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Apple, as well as libraries partnered with Overdrive, Freading, Baker & Taylor, Wheelers, Gardners and others.

Comment by Richard Humphreys on September 5, 2013 at 7:20am

My review of Casino Royale- Ian Fleming ... 

Comment by Gary Starta on September 4, 2013 at 8:01pm
Supernatural Crime with a cat! Agent Diggs and her werecat/Tonkinese Bastet face a host of preternaturals in a mirror world. $0.99 Kindle,

Comment by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne on September 4, 2013 at 5:49pm

Comment by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne on September 4, 2013 at 5:47pm

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Story of true courage
This review is from: Tails of Sweetbrier (Kindle Edition)
This is a beautiful warm-hearted true story of a young girl who overcame real obstacles and beat the odds. A young girl who didn't learn to walk until age four mastered riding, showing and jumping horses with the help and encouragement from her father, who would not let her quit, despite her handicap. True diligence, courage and determination fuels the book to keep you completely enthralled and anxious to read till the end. This one will surely teach, inspire and encourage to keep dreaming and never give up on your dreams. For any horse enthusiast, this is a must-have book and perfect for children of any age, parents and teachers. I recommend it highly. Reviewed by Linda Black, author of The Adventures of Boots: The Giant Snowball, A Porpoise For Cara, and S.T.O.P. Bullying.

Comment by Richard Lee Byers on September 4, 2013 at 5:43pm

"I am vengeance. I am the night. I am...Batfleck!" is my new column on Airlock Alpha.

Comment by ER Pierce / Ryanne Hawk on September 4, 2013 at 10:21am

Are you ready for an emotional ride into my new world of D/s?

I bet you can't wait to meet Paige Reynolds and the Dom she falls irrevocably in love with...

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Comment by Christopher Poole on September 3, 2013 at 10:08pm

Hey Everyone! Check out my first book, Call of the Grave!

"A young woman going through the trials and tribulations of life finds herself in a lonely and desperate position that she can't get out of. Homeless and broken, she meets someone who would change her life, change the way she thinks, and change the way she looks at her life."

Read it and give it a review! I'm sure you will enjoy it!

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-Chris Poole


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