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Saturday, May 12, 2012

Evening Edition! Free Kindle Book!

Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve found anything free to post anything free, mostly because I haven’t had surfing time!

This one just came across my radar and I wanted to pass it on to those of you who like mysteries and thrillers.

Revenge by Mark Young is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 49 customer reviews.

As I post this, the book was free on the Amazon website, but please check to make sure it is still free before you press the “Buy” button!

Category: Mystery & Thriller

Book Description:

When a trained killer threatens ex-cop Travis Mays—and those Travis loves—he finds a skilled adversary and an unexpected fight.

After a high stakes gamble ends in personal tragedy, Travis walks away from years of training and a highly successful law enforcement career. Determined never to look back, he starts a new life and a new career, teaching criminology at the university and building a cabin in the idyllic Idaho Mountains.

He hires a beautiful river guide, Jessie White Eagle from the Nez Perce tribe, to guide him safely down the Lochsa. The turbulence of the whitewater, however, is just the beginning of his troubles. Travis finds himself in the crosshairs of a killer—calling himself Creasy—bent on revenge.

This fast-paced thriller takes readers on a wild ride down Idaho’s whitewater rivers, along the historic Lolo Trails once tread by the Nez Perce nation, and onto the city streets of California. Tighten your helmet. This ride never stops until the last shot is fired and the final body falls.

I’m headed to Idaho for a family reunion over 4th of July! Eldest son, Jason is going to come with me ---Younger son Jeff is to a point where he can’t miss the days of school, so he’ll stay behind and keep his dad company. My mom and stepdad live up on the side of a mountain about an hour’s drive north of Boise, and white water rafting is a common tourist draw there. Because this book falls along that theme…I just HAVE to check it out!

I’m headed upstairs to put myself in a recliner and finish the hanging sleeve on the Midnight Flight quilt I’m teaching in Illinois next week….CAN NOT WAIT! And I guess I’ve pushed the sleeve sewing off long enough too.

Enjoy your evening, everyone!

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tip on the book. I live close to there so it should be a good read for me! Thanks again and enjoy your trip up to my part of the country!

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  2. Bonnie, I have found two great resources for free kindle books that don't take a lot of time to go through. www.pixelofink.com and www.ereadernewstoday.com I have so many books on my kindle that I got for free, I'm not sure I'll ever get to them all. Enjoy

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    1. Nicki,
      Thanks for recommending those two sites! I'd check out Freebooksy as well: http://www.freebooksy.com
      It's my favorite of the 'free ebook' sites - they only post books with good reviews and they let you know when the book stops being free. I've found so many great reads through them.

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  3. Bonnie:

    Thank's for the heads up on the free book Revenge. I love a murder mystery. In additon, Hey Nicki, thanks for the free kindle books source: ereadenewstoday.com. I got a couple of free books and can't start reading.

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  4. If you want a funny read and come accross it (I got it free a while back) I am about half way through 'Dirty parts of the Bible' and it is funny! Not for the light of heart! But hehe! It makes me laugh!

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  5. Hey, Bonnie, if you want to stop in for a visit in Boise on your way to and from, let me know! I will have that week off work and may be home half of the week; other half may be on my way to Montana!

    Have a great time!
    Connie - Boise

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