Wednesday’s Free eBooks

Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

A Jake Abraham Mystery
By: Jim Cliff
A missing girl. A ruthless killer. A rookie P.I.

P.I. Jake Abraham just got his first client – a disgraced former police captain whose daughter has disappeared.

When the girl shows up dead, Jake is drawn into a dangerous world of organised crime, police corruption, infidelity and serial murder.

With a terrified city in the grip of a brutal killer who’s always one step ahead of the police, Jake will have to risk everything to bring the perpetrator to justice.

By: Inge Moore
“It started way back when I was a little girl, see. I had dreams — beautiful dreams so close to my heart I didn’t tell nobody about them.” HAPPY FOR A WHILE is the story of what happens when one young woman’s dreams meet disappointment! First published in Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, this story is now free for a limited time.

Children’s Books

By: Inge Moore
Jamie was planning to have a carefree, fun summer day, but before she can start, her mother gives her a to-do list. Jamie is surprised by what it says!
By: Inge Moore
Something strange is happening at the cabin. Twelve-year-old Sandy is determined to track down the source, with or without the help of her sister, Jacqueline.

Self-Help

By: Ken Montrose
Too many recovering people relapse on prescription medications. This workbook outlines a five step plan for taking medications and staying clean. The reader is encouraged to see prescriptions as a contract, where he or she has the responsibility to do everything in his or her power to need as little of the medication as possible. Being rigorously honest with prescribing professionals and taking a daily inventory are emphasized. Written exercises explore the proper use of prescribed medication
How not to become roadkill on the highway to recovery
By: Ken Montrose
Many meditation books lift us above the din of daily existence. Not this one. This workbook focuses on continuing the journey of a thousand miles even if the first step was into a pile of it. Topics covered include learning from people you don’t like, squeezing the joy out of life, not judging people by their appearances, finding peace in noisy places, and never picking up the first drink or drug, no matter what. Each lesson includes a page for writing a daily inventory and a gratitude list.
By: Dermot Farrell
”¢ If you have been thinking about taking up meditation for years, but just don’t know how to do it, then start reading this book today!
Ӣ If you have been meditating for some time but feel stuck and are not so sure how to move onto the next stage, then take a look at this book now!
Ӣ If you are happy with your meditation practice but would like to try out some new techniques, which you probably have never heard before, then take a look at this book today!

Cookbooks, Food & Wine

Vegetarian. High Protein: 25 healthy recipes that would make your culinary life more exciting
By: Raymond Ross
Do you know that the healthy and nutritious food can be simple to cook? Are you tired of everyday, ordinary daily meals?

Read this interesting book and make your healthy meals very tasty and simple!

Romance

By: S M Mala
Coming to terms of what happened when ”˜Hurricane Hatty’ took Hatty away six years later, unexpected twists take place for Murray, Delores and Jake, each one carrying their own guilt after Hatty was cruelly swept away”¦ but was she? Is someone hiding a secret? Life’s twists and turns continue in this tale of desire and lust set against the backdrop of tropical heat. The mystery and sexually charged relationships continues until the secret life of Hatty Ha Ha ”¦ ends.

Arts & Photography

By: Dan Eitreim
Photos of our kids are among our most prized possessions! Whether you are a newbie shooting with your cell phone, or an old pro with top of the line equipment… “Photographing Children – Tips, Tricks And Ideas!” will help you get better photos!

Literature & Fiction

By: Ken Montrose
Sometimes even the voices the voices are hungover…
David an ex-football player just trying to make a life for himself copes with addiction and auditory hallucinations he calls “The Chorus.” Taylor, David’s therapist, struggles to stay sober and fight off depression while his wife lies in a coma. He bounces between his job at a psychiatric hospital, and the ECU of an adjoining hospital. When chaos breaks out on the psych unit, both must find the strength to overcome their demons.
By: Ken Montrose
Home Groupies is an odd combination of self-help and fiction. The novella tells the story of friends struggling to stay clean and face ‘life on life’s terms. Chapters end in daily messages e.g. Today I will take recovery seriously and myself less so.
By: Morgan Wade
Ancient Rome meets Modern America – Historical Fiction with a twist. The Last Stoic is a story of appetite and fear, both modern and ancient. Half of the story’s narrative occurs in the time and place of the ancient Roman Empire; the other half occurs in the present-day United States. The parallels between the two eras are so strong that the narrative continues uninterrupted as the setting shifts from historic Rome to modern America, alternating from chapter to chapter.
By: Morgan Wade
Bottle and Glass is a story of survival and escape told from the barstools of two dozen boisterous Kingston taverns at the close of the War of 1812. Jeremy Castor and his cousin Merit Davey are snatched up by the Royal Navy in the summer of 1813. A year later they arrive in Kingston, a town tense with the fear and deprivation of war. Their first riotous night ashore is spent at the Violin, Bottle, and Glass. Later that evening, they stumble upon a dead man – their lives are changed forever.

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