Sunday, 24 October 2010

Some great free Kindle books (grab them quick) - GreatKindleDeals 23 October 2010

Welcome to this week's newsletter round-up. There's been a lot of news out this week, in case you have missed out on any: read about the 3.0.3 preview update here; and about lending books to your friends here and magazines and newspaper coming to Kindle apps here.

So, now that you're bang up to date, let's dive right in:

1. The Dying Game 
Rated 4.5 stars average from 3 reviews

As the blazing heat of summer gives way to sultry September, a shroud of suspicion settles over Noble?s Crossing, a sleepy Alabama town. Nothing is as it seems?and never will be again. Lane Noble Graham stands accused of murdering her ex-husband. And the one man who can help, Johnny Mack Cahill, vowed never to return to the town that scorned him?or the woman whose love he knew he didn?t deserve."

2. Lullaby
Rated 4.5 stars average from 19 reviews

Synopsis: "What should have been a happy family day out quickly becomes a nightmare! The chilling debut from a bright new talent. What should have been a happy family day out quickly turns into a nightmare for Jess Finnegan. One minute she is thankful for a few minutes' peace away from the demands of motherhood. The next she is frantically searching for husband Mickey and 8-month old Louis.They have disappeared, nowhere to be seen. As the police launch a massive manhunt, Jess's panic intensifies. Then Mickey is found, badly beaten -- and alone. Where is Louis? Is he still alive? Could he be the victim of child trafficking or something much closer to home? Just how well does Jess know her new husband? And when her wayward brother turns up out of the blue, what is he after? As the investigation unravels, Jess discovers that the people closest to you are not always what they seem!"

3. City of Fear

Rated 3.5 stars average from 6 reviews.

Synopsis: "The breakout novel from the highly acclaimed thriller writer delves into the underworld of the Manhattan nightclub scene. In a city full of victims, it's murder to choose just one...Chelsea Hart, a fresh-faced Indiana college student, spends the final night of her spring break in the VIP room of an elite New York City nightclub with her girlfriends and a fake ID. The next morning, joggers find her in East River Park, her celebrated blonde hair hacked off. NYPD Detective Ellie Hatcher catches the case and quickly homes in on a group of privileged men who were last seen partying with Chelsea. When a tight case is built against a young hedge fund manager, the department is elated. But Ellie has her doubts. Chelsea's murder is eerily similar to three other deaths that occurred a decade ago: the victims were young, female, and in each case, the killer had taken her hair as a souvenir. Ellie's search for the truth pits her against her fellow cops and places her under the watchful eye of of a psychopath eager to add the prideful young detective to his list..."

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