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Sunday, November 15, 2015

November Book Digest (Part 2)

This is part of a monthly feature with new releases and free/discounted books available for Kindle and other eReaders. If you enjoy these posts and would like to see more, please let me know in the comments. I might set up a mailing list for these if there's enough interest.

Book 1 in Carol Ervin's Mountain Women series, The Girl on the Mountain, is on sale for 99 cents only.

Untrue things are rumored of May Rose, but it’s true she’s too pretty for her own good. Her husband has disappeared, and now she’s on her own in a rough town ruled by one of the lumber companies logging the last of West Virginia’s virgin forest.

Get it for 99 cents.
Carol Ervin's website.

John L. Monk's supernatural thriller Kick is FREE, the first one in the Jenkin's Cycle series.

A supernatural thriller with a vigilante twist, Kick is the first book in a series of supernatural thrillers. If you like Quantum Leap and Every Day, you'll love this gritty and original take on the body-hopping hero story. Vividly written, Kick is a wild ride with a sharp sarcastic wit and a flawed yet likable main character.

Get it FREE.
John L. Monk's website.

The first book in Ann Christy's zombie series Between Life and Death is FREE.

Emily’s life is death. In the two years since nanites started wiping out the population, she’s sent a thousand deaders and in-betweeners to their deaths. Between fighting for her life and hiding in a tiny, windowless office at night, she’s just trying to get one more day of life. .

Get it for FREE.
Ann Christy's website.

International bestselling author Peter Cawdron has a new release, Free Fall, for only 99 cents.

Jackson is an astronaut testing a prototype interstellar craft in deep space. When he returns home, there’s no one to greet him. Earth has fallen silent. Now he must decide—stay in orbit, watching a dead planet roll slowly by beneath his windows, or land on Earth and fight for life?

Get it for 99 cents only.
Peter Cawdron's website.


  1. Don't think I've heard of any of these before. They all sound so intense in different ways!


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