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Swiftshadow (Spies Lie Book 3), by DS Kane. (Still free?)

"Cassandra "Cassie" Sashakovich is a consultant of an Intelligence agency. Her cover is blown by a "mole" in the Agency and she loses her job. Now she is being hunted. No longer protected by the Agency she is on her own and on the run. A fast paced psychological/suspense. I really liked Cassie and watching her character develop. She is faced with tough choices which made the story even more intense. Swiftshadow is fantastic (as a stand alone)." -- Amazon Reviewer

When Cassandra Sashakovich, a bright but arrogant economist and consultant, is in Riyadh completing a financial forecasting assignment, her cover is blown by a mole from her intelligence agency. A covert agent whose call sign is "Swiftshadow," she barely survives an encounter with a hit man and escapes to Washington, where she is fired by her agency for becoming a liability.
Hunted by terrorists who fear she may have hacked details of their pending operation, Cassie must identify the mole and neutralize the terrorists to recover her life. She finds help in the arms of another rogue agent, Lee Ainsley, and learns how to deal with life on the run from a homeless teen, Ann Silbee.
From Riyadh to the halls of power in Washington, from New York's homeless to Hong Kong's center of technology, from the remnants of Silicon Valley to Al Qaeda's Afghanistan, Cassie desperately races against the clock to expose plots by both her own government and the terrorists; an operation that could result in the deaths of millions of Americans. Cassie must come to terms with her own nature, find and use skills she never knew she had.
But even if she survives, will the experience change her into someone worse than those who want her dead? And if she survives is there some way for her to emerge more mature and self-reliant, no longer a naive tool of her country?

454 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 10 reviews.

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I Am Phantom, by Sean Fletcher. (Still free?)

"I Am Phantom was an engaging read that definitely had me wanting to read more. For a first published book it is very good from what I have seen. The characters were complex enough that you came to like and even cheer for them but weren't over complicated. The story was pretty cool and it could be a trilogy. It is a good book for the audience and I would read another book by Sean." -- Amazon Reviewer

Finding the answers just might kill you…

Eighteen-year-old Drake Sinclair is a freak. There's no other explanation for his superhuman speed, strength and fighting prowess that makes him feared by those around him. But going to college in North Carolina promises a fresh start. A new place with new people, and maybe, just maybe, a chance to find out who he really is.

Until the psychopath shows up.

The notorious serial killer, Lucius Sykes, is physically enhanced like Drake: stronger, faster, and smarter than any human. He is the original survivor of the illegal tests done to both of them by Project Midnight; a project that will stop at nothing to get Drake back and complete their experiments.

Trapped between Sykes' murderous frenzy against guilty and innocents alike, and the brutality of Project Midnight, Drake realizes his own superhuman abilities are the only things that can stop them both. He takes to the streets as Phantom, a vigilante straddling the blurred lines of good and evil. Hounded by the chief of police, his morality tested by the sickness and hate he fights everyday and split between stopping Sykes and seeking answers from him, Phantom must find out who the real evil is before everything he's come to love goes to ruin.

A coming of age in a city of madness and rage.

232 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 7 reviews.

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No Perfect Destiny, by Jackie Weger. (Still free?)

"Leah and her two children have been on the run from both her husband, and a past that wants nothing more than to forget. There are some really funny parts in this story, and a slow growing romance going on. There's also a little bit of mystery going, as they search for the real culprit responsible for taking the money. The ending just might shock and surprise you. I would highly recommend any of Jackie Weger's books. I have read five of them so far, and I loved them all!" -- Amazon Reviewer

Leah Spenser owns a decrepit car, a budget that won't stretch, and the moxie to make a decent life. She lives in the present until one sun-drenched day, a past she has outrun imperils her future and threatens all she holds dear. When her boss announces that someone is embezzling company funds, history begins to repeat itself. Detective Leo Garvey has her in his sights as the number one suspect and more. Leah knows she must be careful, that nothing good could come from his attraction. Leo doesn't see it her way. Guilty or innocent, she is the one. Convincing Leah the past can only be escaped by embracing something better seems to fall on deaf ears. While Leo works to uncover the truth, Leah determines it will never surface.

223 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 18 reviews.

Whiskey Rebellion: An Addison Holmes Mystery (Addison Holmes Mysteries Book 1), by Liliana Hart. (Still ?)

"Addison is a delight. Ms. Hart has constructed a well-developed plot with enough twists to keep me reading long past bedtime. I'll be looking for more books in this series as I'm especially interested in how Addison is going to grow as a character." -- Amazon Reviewer


In Whiskey Bayou, Georgia, the humidity is thick, the gossip juicy, and family is everything. For Addison Holmes, she's just trying to get by, and teaching history to a bunch of hormonal teenagers isn't exactly lining her pockets. Desperate times call for desperate measures. Who would've guessed her principal would be in the audience of the strip club that hired her?

Addison is almost positive her life can't get any worse. Until she stumbles over her principal's dead body in the parking lot. There's no way Whiskey Bayou won't hear about that juicy tidbit, which means she's likely to be out of a job.

Thank goodness for Kate McClean. Addison's best friend owns The McClean Detective Agency, and sometimes it's good to have friends in high places. Or at least places that can offer a girl a job to spy on low-lifes and adulterers. But when her principal's murder intersects with her new job, this gum-shoe learns fast that she knows nothing about catching bad guys. Fortunately, the sexy detective in charge is there to lend a hand.

254 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 895 reviews.

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