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FREE- Thriller in “Deadly Stillwater” by Roger Stelljes

By RP Dahlke on Aug 14, 2014 07:15 am

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Deadly Stillwater by Roger Stelljes

# 3 in the McRyan Mystery Series

FREE August 14-31, 2o14
Midwest Book Awards Winner – Genre Fiction for the Midwest Independent Publishers (MIPA) Book Awards 
 
An abduction is just the beginning in a case of betrayal and revenge that will ultimately strike at the soul of the St. Paul Police Department.

The ruggedly handsome Mac McRyan, a fourth-generation cop, is faced with a complicated brazen daytime kidnapping, a media storm surrounding the case, and political scrutiny.

It is a case of betrayal and revenge that will ultimately strike at the soul of the St. Paul Police Department. From the searing streets of St. Paul to the murky waters of the St. Croix River, DEADLY STILLWATER is a book you won’t be able to put down until its last gripping minute.

See what reviewers are saying:

“On the edge of your seat reading…” Amazon – NYBrat
I didn’t know what to expect in a “freebie” book, and I was more than pleasantly surprised. In “Deadly Stillwater” Roger Stelljes captures your attention in a fast-paced, intense mystery thriller that holds you captive till you reach the very end. Michael “Mac” McRyan, the main character, is well developed, smart, logical and has a sense of humor. The rest of the characters all mesh well together with Mac and the story is well written and intense. Prepare yourself for a long read as once you get started you will be hard pressed to put it aside until you finish the last page.

“Be prepared…” Amazon – S. Byrd
Be prepared for a page-turning experience when you read this book! Roger Stelljes packs an extraordinary amount of twists, turns and intrigue into just four days as he takes you with Detective Mac McRyan and his cohorts through St. Paul and the surrounding area as they are pitted against seemingly brilliant adversaries. Stelljes’ detailed style of writing brings you inside his characters where you’ll feel their excitement and their frustrations as you travel with them throughout the Eastern metro and Western Wisconsin areas that are easily visualized through the author’s vivid descriptions.

 
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99cents- Thriller in “CYPHER” by Cathy Perkins

By RP Dahlke on Aug 14, 2014 07:10 am

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CYPHER by Cathy Perkins

99cents discounted August 14-19, 2014
PASIC and Daphne Du Maurier finalist (as an unpublished manuscript, Sins of the Father)

Cara Wainwright thinks life can’t get tougher when her mother’s cancer becomes terminal—until she returns home from the hospital and finds a courtyard full of police officers and her houseguests dead. Greenville, SC Detective David Morris, is unsure if Cara is the suspect or the intended murder victim.

Searching for insight into her family, their mounting secrets, and the conflicting evidence from multiple crimes, his attraction to Cara complicates his investigation. Is the lure need, manipulation—or real? While David pursues forensic evidence, Cara pushes for answers about her father’s possible involvement, for at the center of the mystery stands Cypher—the company her father built and will take any measures to defend.

When the assassin strikes at the heart of the family, Cara and David have to trust each other and work together to stop the killer before he eliminates the entire Wainwright dynasty.

See what reviewers are saying

Cathy Perkins is one of those authors whose talent you spot immediately and latch onto as she becomes one of your must-reads. ~ Toni McGee Causey, bestselling author of the Bobbie Faye series

“A twisty mystery mixed with a compelling romance. An engrossing read I didn’t want to put down.” Rachel Grant, Bestselling Author of the Evidence Series

 
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99cents/FREE Police Procedural “In A Small Town” by Marc DiGiacomo

By RP Dahlke on Aug 14, 2014 06:40 am

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In A Small Town  by Marc DiGiacomo

Discounted to 99cents August 14-September 9, 2014

OR Get it FREE with Kindle Unlimited!

2013 Orangeberry Book Expo Hall of Fame Winner-Thriller, 2014 Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Thriller Finalist

The shotgun blast catches Detective Matt Longo by surprise. His world unravels into a nightmare that seemingly won’t end. Murder, rapes, pedophiles, the small town of Hutchville, N.Y. is changing. It is up to him to make a difference.

While partner Donny Mello is in Italy attending a family funeral for someone “connected,” a beautiful F.B.I. agent waits to question Donny about his family business. What will Matt learn from the Agent? Will Donny Mello return in time to help Matt Longo catch his shooter? More importantly, can Matt hide a potentially career-ending secret from his community, his brother, and most especially Agent Cynthia Shyler?

 
See what reviewers are saying:

“This book right here. This is it. This is what a thriller novel should be all about. I loved this book from start to finish. Mr. Di Giacomo has taken a wonderful plot line and mixed it with amazingly captivating characters and threw his readers an intense, witty debut thriller. Well done, Mr. Di Giacomo!” -Reviewed by Molly Edwards for Readers Favorite
“A powerful, insightful and moving glimpse into the life of a good cop trying to keep crime from taking over the streets and the police force in a small town.” -INDIEREADER.COM
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99cents/FREE Short Story Collection in :Coffee Break Mysteries” by William S. Shepard

By RP Dahlke on Aug 14, 2014 06:00 am

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Coffee Break Mysteries by  William S. Shepard

Discounted to 99cents August 14-19, 2014

OR Get it FREE on Kindle Unlimited

Coffee Break Mysteries is a collection of twenty short mysteries, from shoplifting to murder. William S. Shepard, is the author of four novels in the Robbie Cutler diplomatic mystery series.

Each mystery is set forth for the reader to solve, with clues and several suspects. The reader solves the mystery, then turns to the next page for the solution. It’s just the right pace for something new and different as you enjoy your coffee break!

There is history here, with an unexpected dilemma for General George Washington, a nightmare about the Salem Witchcraft hysteria, and a mystery from the time of the First Thanksgiving at Plymouth. The White House Ghosts even drop by to make things interesting for the current 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue residents! And could President Ronald Reagan really solve the Geneva Summit Goldfish Mystery? The holidays are well represented. We have a Christmas Eve visit from some beloved Dickens characters, and a spooky early morning manifestation at the grave of Edgar Allen Poe.

But the reader will surely have other favorites, perhaps from the selection of Ask Martha mysteries. But don’t tell Ask Martha’s secret – this advice for the lovelorn columnist is really a 6 foot 5 inch former football player named “Crusher” Davis, making ends meet by writing under a pseudonym for the local newspaper! Whatever your preference, get your coffee and open your Kindle for a refreshing coffee break, with a spice of mystery. You’ve earned

See what reviewers are saying:

“The characters are fun and cleverly drawn, and the mysteries are interesting – always something diffeent to draw you in” – Marianne

“Several stories feature a sleuth who is the ‘Ask Martha’ columnist for the local paper – a cute twist since ‘Crusher’ is not your average mild-manneed reporter!” – Mountain Mama

“A fun book with wonderful characters – entertaining!” – A. McGraw
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FREE – A Gothic Mystery in “Replacing Gentry” by Julie Ford

By RP Dahlke on Aug 14, 2014 05:25 am

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Replacing Gentry by Julie Ford

FREE August 14-15, 2014

When Marlie attends a cadaver ball at Vanderbilt Medical School, she does not expect to actually see any cadavers. Or, that a strange apparition would issue her such a chilling message.

Despite the cadaver’s warning, a year later Marlie is married to Tennessee state senator, Daniel Cannon, and living in a plantation-style mansion with two step-sons. Add to the mix her growing suspicion that something is amiss with the death of Daniel’s first wife, Gentry, and newlywed Marlie is definitely in over her pretty Yankee head.

What begins as an innocent inquiry into her new husband’s clouded past ends with Marlie facing a dangerous conspiracy.

A modern twist on the classic Gothic romance novels like Rebecca and Jane Eyre, REPLACING GENTRY follows Marlie’s precarious journey as she seeks to learn the truth about the man she married.

See what reviewers are saying:

“Replacing Gentry draws you in from the beginning and doesn’t let go until the last page. The writing style is engaging, and the author penned her characters in a way that made me feel vested in them. The main character, Marlie, is relatable and likable, and I enjoyed watching her grow and work through her impossible situation intelligently. The plot has just the right amount of complexity—easy to follow but not predictable, and plenty of twists and turns. And the author pulls everything together in the end in the perfect way. This story has it all: suspense, emotion, intrigue, and romance! I thoroughly enjoyed this read and highly recommend it!” By Sarah Beard, Amazon

 

“I honestly did not know what to expect from this book when I started it. All that changed about a third of the way into the book! … All of a sudden, the action and mystery became much more intense… I had a few things correct concerning my suspicions, but for the most part, I was floored with the conclusions!” I can highly recommend this book to anyone who likes mysteries. Rest assured that there is no profanity nor sex scenes. In fact, the book is extremely moralistic in nature, and I am happy to report that this story ends as it should. I definitely will be looking for more by this author By Ruth A. Hill. Amazon

 
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