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The Haunted Plantation (50 States of Fear: Alabama), by E.G. Foley. (Still free?)

"This book begins with an entire page of fun facts about the state of Alabama. I really enjoyed that the authors thought to include places to see, a food to try and other details both adults and children would find interesting and maybe even inspire a visit to a state a family or individual has never been to before. I love history and the Foleys outdid themselves as they made the civil war and its realities come to life through the ghosts. The first person perspective of twelve year old Collin is just the right fit for this tale. I love the whole idea of a collection of stories about each of our very unique states; for those that haven't experienced our country firsthand, these books give you a chance to have a glimpse of the individuality and stories unique to each state." -- Amazon reviewer

In the great American tradition of the spooky campfire tale, New York Times bestselling author E.G. Foley presents 50 States of Fear, a frightful-but-funny paranormal series for kids, set in all 50 States! From Civil War ghosts in Alabama to weird Wyoming cowboy legends, there's always something to scream about in Ahhhh!-merica.

Welcome to Alabama, y'all! By day-sunshine and Southern hospitality. But by night, the ghosts of the Old South come alive…

Four nights in a haunted mansion? When 12-year-old Colin Donovan leaves New York with his mom and sister on a road trip to visit his sweet ol' Southern grandma, he doesn't expect to encounter-ghosts! Unfortunately, Grandma's new apartment lies within the walls of Sycamore Hall, a mysterious old plantation house shrouded in local lore.

That night, Colin hears chilling spectral voices, comes face-to-face with a phantom-and gets scared nearly out of his wits! But nobody messes with his grandma. So, to protect her, the mild-mannered seventh-grader turns ghost hunter, vowing to find out who or what is haunting the place. Some of the restless spirits he faces still hold antique grudges. And none of them want their home invaded by a kid in a Yankees t-shirt!

134 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 9 reviews.

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Jump When Ready, by David Pandolfe. (Still 0.99?)

"Whether you're 14 or 24, this is a fun read with endearing characters and a quick-moving plot. Jump When Ready is not a book to miss." -- Portland Book Review

"JUMP WHEN READY combines charm and suspense in a sweet way that leaves the reader completely believing this imagined in-between world." -- Indie Reader

"An engaging, poignant book that stayed with me long after I read the last word." -- Tracy E. Banghart, author of Shattered Veil

Since he drowned, Henry has remained with the same group of teenagers and he keeps wondering why. After all, what could he possibly have in common with a Mohawk-sporting punker from the 80s, a roller skater from the 70s with a thing for kimonos, and an English "rocker" from the 60s? Add to that, Henry can hear the other groups but he never sees them. Soon, Henry learns that his new friends all possess unique skills for making themselves noticed by the living. Is Henry's group kept isolated because of their abilities? If so, are they considered gifted or seen only as a potential bad influence?

Before Henry can reach any conclusions, he witnesses his sister being kidnapped. He knows who did it, where she's being held and what will happen if the kidnappers don't get what they want. As the police chase false leads, Henry comes to realize that he's his sister's only hope. But for Henry to even have a chance, he has to convince a group of teenagers that dead doesn't mean helpless.

259 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 58 reviews.

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Chesapeake 1850 (Steamboats & Oyster Wars: The News Reader), by Ken Rossignol. (Still 0.99?)

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"Ken Rossignol's new series is off to a great start with Chesapeake 1850, the tale of Ethan Douglas from his days as a 10 year old cabin boy on his grandfather's Chesapeake Bay steamship before the Civil War, through his rise to become a wealthy ship owner. The young boy witnesses everything from a hanging to hurricanes, to bloody Oyster Wars, and meets the love of his life and later marries her. The author does an excellent job of bringing history to life in an entertaining and captivating way that keeps you reading from start to finish." -- New York Times best-selling author Nick Russell

The life of Ethan Aaron Douglas is chronicled as the ten-year-old joins his grandfather for a life on the Chesapeake Bay. With his grandfather as captain of a steamboat traveling between Norfolk, Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, the boy learns quickly about life on the water. From hurricanes to blue crabs life on the Bay changes quickly. Learning Shakespeare and witnessing a hanging are just part of the life along the river. Ethan Douglas' life brushes past major events in the United States from slavery to the underground railroad and the days leading up to the civil war. How did those who lived along the Potomac deal with active warfare during the War Between the States? Life was always a war on the water with pirates shooting at each other as well as Maryland and Virginia oyster police. Ethan's younger brothers and sisters soon join him as they grow older and become entrepreneurs as the nation's capital city grows and changes.
From buyboats to newspapers the lives of the Douglas family become part of the history of the young nation. Oysters were the "white gold" of the east while railroads and shipping competed for freight. This book is the first in the series that will tell the story of life in tidewater Chesapeake Bay region from 1850 to 1950.

109 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 13 reviews.

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I'm Just Livin' the Dream! (OK, maybe not...): Ridiculously funny, pathetically sad, and unbelievably true stories of dating after divorce., by Pamela Joye. (Still 2.99?)

"These stories on dating as an adult in this ebook are very relatable. The book is about the author's surprises in dating as a woman in her 40s after a long marriage. Learning that dating is not easy, but worth trying is key. Lessons learned are entertaining and practical. Looking forward to a sequel!" -- Amazon reviewer

Climb into the backseat and join Pam on a wild ride full of twists and turns, as she re-enters the world of dating. You'll experience what it's like to search for a decent man among the menagerie of available single men. Whether it's stories of single dates or relationships, you'll find yourself laughing and crying along with her, as she discovers what post divorce dating is really like. Written in an hysterically funny and candid style, Pam let's you in on all her private thoughts and feelings.
44 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 4 reviews.

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