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Murder in Adland (Detective Inspector Skelgill Investigates Book 1), by Bruce Beckham. (Still free?)

"Apart from the whodunnnit part of the book, which was skillfully written, and allowed for no plot holes, the development of the characters was superb. There were times when the writing reminded me P.D. James, because the people came to life on the page for me. I enjoyed Skelgill's weaknesses - fishing and food and Jones makes a perfect sidekick for him. It looks like Beckham has only written this one book so far. I really hope that he will be adding more to his collection soon. " -- Amazon reviewer


WHEN A HIGH-FLYING adman is brutally murdered on a company weekend in the English Lake District, Detective Inspector Daniel Skelgill finds himself wrenched from his rural Cumbrian comfort zone.

As the investigation unfolds, DI Skelgill is led a merry dance between London and Edinburgh, at every turn confronted by uncooperative suspects - colleagues, wife and lovers of the deceased - each of whom is possessed of motive and opportunity.

Is this a crime of passion, a professional hit, or a cleverly calculated killing borne out of greed and jealousy?

In this traditional whodunit, the case can only be solved by carefully piecing together the essential clues - but Skelgill is running out of time. The patience of his superiors wears thin, while the actions of an anonymous agent provocateur serve only to advance the moment when the killer must strike again.

268 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 34 reviews.

ZOMBIE EVER AFTER: An Undead Zombie Romance, Oozing With Dark Humor: (Can True Love Conquer the Undead?), by Carl S. Plumer. (Still 0.99?)

"The authors writing style is rapid fire and to the long winded soliloquies here to blunt the vibe. The pace of action is constant with the occasional break to catch your breath before the next scene unwinds. I appreciated that the story was able to elicit the occasional chuckle even while hordes of zombies were hiding around every corner. I checked out the author's personal website to find out more about him and his work and eventually discovered there, the perfect term to describe the book ...a ZomRomCom. That pretty much says it all. Overall, this is a solid effort by a new writer and I'm looking forward to seeing what's next on his horizon." -- Amazon reviewer

Can True Love Conquer a Zombie Mutation?

Prepare Yourself for an Undead Zombie Romance Novel, One That is Oozing With Dark Humor!

Cryogenically-frozen heads that come to life and race around by the power of their spinal cords, like human horseshoe crabs...
Zombies stumble about looking to feed their brainy eating habit...
San Francisco becomes a bleak, apocalyptic landscape in this dark humor, zombie satire, where...
A mad scientist - Dr. Trope? Dr. Meme? No, Dr. Egessa, the mad German scientist - chasing the Nobel Prize and his living prize...
Cathren Whitney, a half-human, half-zombie miracle, who must also outrun and outsmart...
  1. Zombie Native Americans . . .
  2. The mad scientist's Russian girlfriend, with her own agenda . . .
  3. A back-to-the-earth movement with its own agenda . . .
  4. Various zombie street gangs . . .
  5. And her own jaded view of life and love.
In this zombie comedy, Cathren and her boyfriend Donovan are trying to figure out how to make a living in San Francisco, while trying save their faltering relationship. Meanwhile, a cryogenics lab contaminates the local water supply, and strange things began happening . . .

Such as zombies. Undead zombies.

The non-stop zombie humor kicks into high gear when Cathren is bitten by an unfrozen head of the undead. Instead of turning into a zombie, she becomes some kind of half-breed, decaying and regenerating body parts while keeping both her human consciousness and her loving heart.
"Zombie satire and dark humor at its best!"The zombie satire continues as the couple flees from hungry zombie hordes, escape a maniacal scientist's henchmen, evade SWAT teams, and dodge zombie sharks. All the while, Cathren and Donovan must also work on their relationship. Nothing like a good old fashioned apocalypse to help you concentrate on what really matters . . .

Can Donovan's love of his half zombie girlfriend last? Will they even survive long enough to find out?

Read this undead satire to see for yourself!
278 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 24 reviews.

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Neanderthal Seeks Human (Knitting in the City Book 1), by Penny Reid. (Still free?)

"It's about time that smart became sexy in the fiction world!" -- Page Trotter Book Review

This is a full-length, 110k word novel and is the first book in the Knitting in the City series.

There are three things you need to know about Janie Morris: 1) She is incapable of engaging in a conversation without volunteering TMTI (Too Much Trivial Information), especially when she is unnerved, 2) No one unnerves her more than Quinn Sullivan, and 3) She doesn't know how to knit.

After losing her boyfriend, apartment, and job in the same day, Janie Morris can't help wondering what new torment fate has in store. To her utter mortification, Quinn Sullivan- aka Sir McHotpants- witnesses it all then keeps turning up like a pair of shoes you lust after but can't afford. The last thing she expects is for Quinn- the focus of her slightly, albeit harmless, stalkerish tendencies- to make her an offer she can't refuse.

JUNE 14, 2014: Sequel to Neanderthal SEEKS Human (Neanderthal MARRIES Human) is now available everywhere fine books are sold (and also likely at some pirating sites if you're an evil person and believe stealing is hunky dory).

403 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 732 reviews.

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Be Careful What You Hear, by Paul Pilkington. (Still free?)

"I love Paul Pilkington's books - read his first one and then quickly ordered the others as they came out and I'm hoping there'll be more forthcoming. I feel there might be since my one and only complaint about this book was that it was over and I didn't want it to end. This is a "new" hero or heroine, if she can be called that - and I want to know more about her and her life. He's British, the author that is, and I especially like reading about places I've been to, and loved, in London and elsewhere." -- Amazon reviewer

Georgina Adams has battled through the trauma of postnatal depression as a new mother. But when she overhears her husband James threatening their six month old daughter over the baby monitor, she begins to question everything she once believed in.

Did she imagine it?

Or are their lives really in danger?

Be Careful What You Hear is a nail biting 20,000 word suspense mystery novella, from the author of the bestselling Emma Holden trilogy. Prepare to be shocked by Paul Pilkington's trademark twists, turns and cliff-hangers, and an ending that will leave you breathless.

77 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 24 reviews.

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