Shadows of the Midnight Sun, by Graham Brown. (Still 0.99?)

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"The writing is flawless. The story is a fresh take on an old theme and is bound to be a crowd-pleaser, with all the dark, ominous horror that one would expect from this very awesome writing team. Brown and Andrews have penned the beginning salvo of a series that will take your breath away. Put this tale at the top of your reading list and get ready to be very afraid… " -- Amazon reviewer enter the light, one must first confront their own darkness...

In the dark corners of the world, a battle rages for the souls of the damned. They're known as The Fallen, souls afflicted with a curse that leaves them empty, violent, but immortal. The church calls them demons, vampires or the Nosferatu. For centuries a holy order known as The Righteous Fire has sought to destroy them, all the while hiding a secret that connects them, the church, to the beginning of the Nosferatu scourge. But as the events of an ancient prophecy begin to unfold, time may be running out for both groups, as the path ahead may bring forgiveness or destruction to one and all.

While investigating a string of disappearances connected to her husband's murder, FBI agent Kate Pfeiffer is drawn into this world. She begins to uncover the truth and is faced with a reality she won't believe. Soon she's caught in a clash two thousand years in the making. On one side, the Righteous Fire, on the other, those who dominate the world of the Fallen. Her only hope to survive may rest with Christian Hanover, a jaded warrior and lost soul, who's been searching for the truth about himself and his destiny for more than a thousand years. From an ancient Roman battlefield to the streets of New York. From Cologne Germany, to New Orleans and the swamps of Louisiana, time is running out as the fight against evil rages in the Shadows.

Shadows of the Midnight Sun is a supernatural thriller and the first book of the Shadows trilogy.

340 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 29 reviews.

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The Chesapeake: Legends, Yarns & Barnacles, by Ken Rossignol. (Still free?)

"Reading the yarns that are spun in this wonderful book is almost like hearing them in person. I can imagine sitting on the dock and eaves-dropping as the tales were told in person many, many times. The variety of tales keeps the reader's interest. You can't read just one of them and stop, so don't kid yourself with "I'll just read one now and come back later." Many thanks for getting these down in print, so that they are "lost" over time." -- Gus Philpot

One of the most common comments that CHESAPEAKE readers relate to me concern the fish pictures we feature in my articles about fishing. While most other writers of outdoor columns are content to hold up a fish or two, I strive for a cooler full, a full stringer, or a bucket full of fish for my effort.

Many people ask how is it possible to catch so many fish in a morning or afternoon of fishing. My answer is simple. While most people focus on fishing, I concentrate on catching.

There are two major things to know if you want to catch a mess of fish, when to fish and where to fish.

Join Fred McCoy, Jack Rue, Mark Robbins, Mel Brokenshire, Vi Englund, Rich Johnson, Stephen Gore Uhler, Joey Greenwell, Pepper Langley, Alan Brylawski and other great writers of The Chesapeake to explore the land of the flask, the fiddle and the dark roasted possum! Learn the art of lucky fishing!

216 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 4 reviews.

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Someone Else's Fairytale, by E.M. Tippetts. (Still free?)

"I finished reading this book with tears streaming down my face. I loved it! The characters are smartly written and come complete with real-life issues that readers of various ages will relate to. The unexpected twists and turns made it nearly impossible to put this book down. It's an endearing love story that I will surely recommend to my friends but I happily breathed a sigh of relief knowing that I can also gift this clean romance novel to my teen nieces as well!Read this lovely, contemporary fairy tale." -- Amazon reviewer

Jason Vanderholt, Hollywood's hottest actor, falls head over heels for everygirl, Chloe Winters, who hasn't gotten around to watching most of his movies. She becomes the woman every other woman in America is dying to be, but it just isn't her fairytale.
300 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 249 reviews.

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The Creative Fire: 10 Weeks to Emotional and Creative Fitness, by Bob Beare. (Still free?)

"Bob Beare has boiled down the complexities of the creative process into a simple use-friendly guide that is both fun to read and a constructive how-to manual. Bob's easy-going anecdotal writing style is a pleasure, making his talking points palatable and his insights easily digestible. A useful travel guide to help you navigate your own creative adventure." -- Amazon reviewer


The Creative Fire is a step-by-step guide to enrich, deepen, and propel you into a more vivid experience of living. The readings and exercises are designed to support your unique creative gifts and to invigorate a more mindful appreciation of the art of being alive.

268 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 14 reviews.

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