And Today's FREE Kindle Books.... (as always be sure to double check the price before you purchase and make sure it's still free).
Twisted Perception: a Detective Elliot Mystery - "Porter, Oklahoma, holds a dark secret-and troublesome dreams plague Tulsa Police Detective, Kenny Elliot, who grew up in the small town. When a bizarre murder catapults Elliot into his past, he’s brought face-to-face with the fabric of his nightmares. A shiny necklace dangles from the rearview mirror of the vehicle where Lagayle Zimmerman, the victim, is discovered. Nine years earlier, in Porter, a similar necklace swung from the mirror of a Mustang that harbored the mutilated bodies of Elliot’s friends, Jonathan Alexander (Johnnie Boy), and Marcia Barnes. Most of the town believed Elliot killed his classmates, but no arrest was ever made. Risking his job and his sanity, Elliot digs into his past to solve the murders and expose the truth."
The Fall - "A respected doctor falls in love with his best friend's girlfriend and is left to deal with the consequences after he acts on his feelings."
U Mad? The Internet's Guide to Idiots - "Trolls and idiots are taking over the Internet! Haters gonna hate, right? Wrong! U Mad: The Internet's Guide to Idiots is entertaining and thought-provoking in describing how we can make the Web less flammable.
Is our online social life doomed to be laughed at by 13-year-olds? How can a web show host react to criticism? What do Trolls have in common with the Tusken Raiders from Star Wars? Why is it unlikely to see the '2girls1cup' video in the 'Selected especially for you' section of any website?
The Internet distorts our messages and our personas, it's important to know this and to counteract. In this 8000-word-long book you'll read about why there are so many assholes online, how they think and act, and why you should still see a human being in the most venomous hater.
This is a book for net users, bloggers, web video producers, journalists and everyone whose life has been changed due to online interaction with other people. It is also meant for trolls, haters and bullies - remember, trolls are people too. "
The Geronimo Breach - "Albert Ross is a malingering misanthrope - a boozing, chain smoking philanderer; shifty, lazy, cowardly, going to fat, & more prone to doing the wrong thing than any man alive. His purgatorial existence working for the State Department in Panama gets shattered when a routine errand becomes a race against the clock, battling adversaries for whom no price is too high to protect a secret that could topple the world order. As the body count climbs in a struggle without rules, Al must face his own demons, as well as the myriad very real ones intent upon destroying him. The unexpectedly shattering conclusion of this richly drawn thriller is both topical & chillingly plausible, making for a roller-coaster action/adventure without parallel."
The Master's Wall (Iron & the Stone) - "After watching Roman soldiers drag his parents away to their death, David, a young Hebrew, is sold and enslaved to serve at a villa outside of Rome. As David trains to become a skilled fighter, he works hard to please his master and hopes to earn his freedom. However, an opportunity to escape tempts him with its whispering call. Freedom beckons, but invisible chains hold him captive to the master’s granddaughter, an innocent girl with a fiery spirit. David vows to protect Alethea from his master, the murderous patriarch, and contrives a daring plan—sacrifice his own life to save hers. "
Friends and Other Perishables: a Carl Jacobs Mystery - ""The image of the hard-boiled detective has undergone many transformations since the days of Hammett and Chandler. Still, the idea of a married man with a couple of young daughters working the mean streets of Tulsa, Oklahoma, seems hardly noir. But in Dale Whisman's debut, FRIENDS, AND OTHER PERISHABLES, PI Carl Jacobs is a bona fide member of the fraternity. Whisman spins a good story and has created a likeable, credible hero and a supporting cast with good depth and a promise of staying power that bodes well for future appearances."
-Alfred Hitchock Mystery Magazine"
The Woodcutter - "Cinderella is dead and one of Odin’s hellhounds has gone rogue. The Woodcutter, protector of peace between the Twelve Kingdoms of Man and the Realm of Faerie, is charged with finding the beast and returning him to the Wild Hunt.
Unfortunately, it seems the forces of evil have other plans.
Leaving his beloved wife and the comforts of his quiet home, the Woodcutter shoulders his ax and begins a journey to set things right. Instead, he finds a pixie dust trade raging out of control and a power hungry Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to take over the world. The lives of Snow White, Rapunzel, and Little Red Riding Hood are at stake in this dark, fairytale mash-up.
It is a race against time as the Woodcutter travels east of the sun and west of the moon, up beanstalks and down to the bowels of the earth to unravel a mystery that can only be described as Grimm. "
The Callahans: The Complete Series - "The Callahans: The Complete Series, in five volumes."