METEOR STORM, by David Capps. (Still 0.99?)
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"I've read a lot of books where the world ends and immediately people turn bad--like we'd all love a chance to rape and pillage and only our fear of a life in prison keeps us in check. This book was a refreshing change. In the face of tragedy some people made a plan to make things better. Yes,.. there are some villains, but we have some real heroes too. The legacy of an ancient civilization saves a handful of survivors and gives us a chance at a new and better world. But it's not easy, and you'll enjoy the ride." -- Amazon reviewer
291 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 45 reviews.
Fae - The Wild Hunt (The Riven Wyrde Saga Book 1), by Graham Austin-King. (Still 0.99?)
"The action is great, the suspense is well done and the Fae are truly scary. Graham Austin-King creates an interesting and varied world populated by real people who live in hard times." -- Leanne Ellis, Bloody Cake News
334 pages, with a 4.0-star rating from 73 reviews.
Shelter From The Storm: A Hard-Boiled New Orleans Legal Thriller (Tubby Dubonnet Mystery #4) (The Tubby Dubonnet Series), by Tony Dunbar. (Still free?)
"It's like taking a trip to New Orleans with Elmore Leonard. Characters malformed at birth or by life, with slightly bizarre names like "Big Top" and "Roux" and quirky babes good and bad set the stage for something that just has to go wrong. In this case a bank heist with a hidden motive and a bad storm moving in on the Big Easy in time for Mardi Gras. If you've never read any of the Tubby series, this is a great place to start, or return." -- Amazon reviewer
177 pages, with a 4.0-star rating from 250 reviews.
A Love That Never Tires (Linley & Patrick Book 1), by Allyson Jeleyne. (Still free?)
"Let me start by saying that when it comes to plunking down five star reviews, I am an absolute cheapskate. This book warrants one. The descriptions are magnificent, the characters are likeable (mostly), and the story itself is wonderfully written. I absolutely loved how the scenes and settings are so well integrated between dialogue--a miraculous feat for a debut indie novel--instead of lumped into long winded narratives. You get behind the eyes of the characters and see what they see, as they see it. Just wonderful." -- Amazon reviewer
367 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 19 reviews.
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