Deeper and Deeper, by Gary Lindberg. (Still 0.99?)

"Deeper and Deeper starts with a 'crime story feel' and quickly turns into a book that is filled with interesting, well-thought out characters and historical backgrounds that are intriguing. The main character, Jamie, is one of the more dynamic and quirky personas one will find in a novel. As a reader it's a "what could be next" kind of flow to the book. I heartily recommend this fascinating book." -- Amazon reviewer

After he died, Jamie just wasn't himself.

While pursuing gangbangers, Jamie Giles' squad car veered off the road, killing him. But then something odd happened. He came back to life. Now he has a relationship problem-with a sinister presence that is inhabiting his body. Hidden deep inside his consciousness are secrets that are taking over his life and attracting the wrong kind of company. He has only a few days left to get to the bottom of it. He'll have to go deeper and deeper to figure it out. Trouble is, the only solution may for him to die again.

298 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 11 reviews.

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Advance Man, by Steven Jacques. (Still 0.99?)

"Insider's account of a presidential campaign. This humorous account of 72 hours in the life of a presidential campaign may be a more detailed inside account than any documentary you might see. The author spent years as a political "Advance Man" and undoubtedly knows his stuff. The most entertainment I've had in years!" -- Amazon reviewer

Advance Man is a political adventure. Set in the hard-fought early days of the 2008 Democratic primary season, it is a look behind the scenes at the most secretive, yet most public part of American presidential politics-the Advance team that creates and controls the media image of a presidential candidate, as well as everything that happens within a quarter-mile radius.
487 pages, with a 5.0-star rating from 9 reviews.

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Fur Bearers, by John Fort. (Still 0.99?)

"An exciting introduction to life in the pack! I was captivated from the beginning by this very well thought out and imaginative romp through the city streets and the Northwoods of Minnestota. I could easily imagine the sights and sounds and smells of the forest as I transformed right along with these "Fur Bearers." I highly recommend John Fort's lively take on the werewolf story. Definitely 5 stars!" -- Terri Bakker

This is an ingenious, updated take on the werewolf legend, a blend of The Gangs of New York and the classic wolf man stories. Set in the Minnesota and Wisconsin, two clans of city-bred werewolves clash in a bloody war. Their existence had been kept secret for centuries, even during their frenzied feeding once every five years. But now, their species is threatened by an escalating series of clan battles and the carnage that follows. Humans are about to discover the gruesome truth-that werewolves live among them. And are hungry.
262 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 14 reviews.

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The Song of the Mockingbird (Jack McNamara Chronicles Book 1), by Bill Cronin. (Still free?)

"Wow, what a ride. Bill Cronin has written a book about a man who longs to be in touch with the deepest, hidden things in his life because they have paralyzed him and the only way he can move forward is by searching for the truth." -- Amazon reviewer

Reynolds and Ryan Publishing paid best-selling author, Jack McNamara, more than a million dollars in advanced royalties for three action-adventure novels. Only one problem: Jack cannot write a single word. Devastatingly depressed and hopelessly blocked Jack embarks on a personal journey back to the summer of 1961 when three childhood events created a psychological time-bomb that, thirty-five years later, threatened to destroy his marriage and end his writing career.

Vibrant characters, settings like Charleston, Savannah and Key West and a tightly wound plot make this novel a "must read." The Song of the Mockingbird is Bill Cronin's second novel following five-star reviews for his first novel "Dial Tone."

312 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 35 reviews.

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