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Jacob's Odyssey (The Berne Apocalypse Book 1), by Russ Melrose. (Still free?)

"I really loved this book! The character's were so common day but yet interesting. I also liked the concept of the zombies (Greys) having a certain minority that were gifted and slightly different. The author referred to them as Alphas. It made them even scarier and exciting. The author definitely gave me some ideas on how I would survive a zombie apocalypse." -- Amazon reviewer

In this zombie apocalypse tale, Jake's perilous journey of survival will soon turn into a quest for redemption…

A terrible virus has struck and the world has deteriorated into chaos. And with the infected outnumbering their human counterparts, chances for survival lessen with each passing day. After running out of food in his condo, Jake must make his way across the Salt Lake Valley to reach the safety of the mountains, and he must use his wiles to avoid the packs of infected roaming the streets. But Jake is haunted by a devastating personal tragedy, and his journey of survival will soon turn into a quest for redemption. Just as he's about to reach the safety of the mountains, a phone call changes everything. A woman and her child need help and Jake finally sees his opportunity for redemption. But will his helping them put them in harm's way? Jake is being stalked by a brutal and sadistic alpha (by far the most dangerous of the infected). And in the end, Jake will have to decide how far he's willing to go to keep them safe and earn the redemption he seeks.

310 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 21 reviews.

T. E. U., by Joseph Farr. (Still 1.99?)

"Excellent read and a scary look at what could happen almost overnight, and the difficult situations it could put people in. The author did a good job creating the characters and the way that humans will change in the advent of a social collapse. Good read!" -- Amazon reviewer

The story of the frantic hunt before eight massive murderous detonations and the story of life for one Northern California family after their world is changed forever. After twenty years of being buried in the ground, four black-market Cold War Russian-built UR-100N ICBM warheads turn up missing from a rose garden in Kazanluk, Bulgaria. It is only a matter of time before the world will be changed forever and millions of innocents will die. John Mullens, a young, idealistic, and edgy Central Intelligence Agency operator will try in vain to stop those responsible for stealing the missing nuclear warheads. Wittingly, he recruits the help of a key Bulgarian black marketer, Mr. Ivanof, an arrogant deadly boozer who, unbeknownst to Mullens, is the same man who stole the nuclear weapons from a Cold War naval base in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 1991. Both men try desperately to hunt down the weapons before it is all too late.
240 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 9 reviews.

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Death of a Dapper Snowman (Stormy Day Mystery Book 1), by Angela Pepper. (Still free?)

"I was highly amused by Stormy and the situations she found herself in. From talking a selfie with the snowman with a secret to the misunderstanding with her hunky new tenant (ha! I'm still giggling over his foot-in-the-mouth comments, btw. Just... no, dude. No.) to the way she ferreted out the secrets of her small hometown, Stormy certainly did it with style. And sometimes a bathrobe. As one does." -- Amazon reviewer

"A great mystery with clever clues, plus plenty of fun characters to make you smile!"

"If you like good clean mysteries with lots of twists and fun along the way, this is the perfect series for you." - Sewanee K.

Gift shop owner Stormy Day is settling into her new life until she comes across a frozen body, hidden inside a well-dressed snowman.

When her own father is implicated in the murder, Stormy must chase down clues and uncover the town's secrets herself.

As she draws closer to identifying the killer, Stormy's own life may be in danger. That is unless Jeffrey, the mischievous Russian Blue cat who led her to the icy body in the first place, can flick his sleek gray tail at the final piece in the puzzle.

358 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 91 reviews.

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Tucker (The Family Simon Book 1), by Juliana Stone. (Still free?)

"Heartwarmingly beautiful. His story was so much more intense than I had anticipated. I was hooked from page one and could not wait to see how it all played out. There were several times when my heart would race due to the needed answers. Definitely loved all the spicy scenes. And I truly loved Abigail as well as the other characters in the book. I know the rest of the books will be amazing as well. I am loving these brothers already!" -- Amazon reviewer

When all hope is gone, can love still will find a way?

Tucker Simon has given up on love. After a tragedy, it's just not in the cards for him, and he wishes his family would get off his back. He's fine-or at least he thought he was--until a family wedding forces him to address a few things, namely his date, Abby Mathews. She's been put in the 'friend' category, mostly because she deserves so much more than what he can give. But the more time that he spends with her, Tucker begins to think that maybe there is a chance for love after all...

Abby Mathews has been in love with Tucker Simon since he walked into her family's bar nearly a year ago. But he's got baggage and heartache a plenty. His one-night-stands isn't going to lessen that no matter what he thinks. Tucker needs a friend, but Abby wants to give him more, and as they navigate their way through a weekend in Florida, their attraction can't be ignored. Abby has to make a choice. Does she cherish their friendship and take what she can get? Or does she go after what she really wants, which is Tucker's heart…

226 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 235 reviews.

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