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Killing Nazis cover-cs- smallKilling Nazis by Nikos Kalpakis
Type:  Short story
Genre: Thriller
Price: 0.99
Where to Get It:
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Themis is a burnout painter who stumbles on a crime scene. Ali, one of his black neighbours, is brutally stabbed to death in an alley in Thessaloniki. Themis spots two Neo-Nazis lurking nearby and then it hits him: inspiration courses through him and he creates a masterpiece. Themis craves inspiration as much as the truth though…. But is inspiration worth dying for?

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I was pulled into the story and in the end I wished to have more. The action in this book was so good and just enough for me to have a small adrenaline rush.

I would give this book 4 out of 5 stars because although it was very well written and the depth of development was good, I personally am not a massive fan of violence in books. However, I would recommend this read and believe that it is a brilliant look into the human psyche and also a fast paced, action packed story.

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inadvertentThe Inadvertent Thief by Leti Del Mar
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Price: $2.99
Where to Get It:
Amazon   Barnes & Noble     Smashwords     Kobo

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As a security specialist, Vivien Flowers is a perfectionist. So when two very important paintings she had been hired to protect are stolen, her  highly structured world is turned upside down and she must get them  back. It’s too bad art theft is not very high on the Los Angeles Police  Department’s list of priorities. So when Vivien is joined by a handsome  insurance agent eager to prevent the multi-million dollar claim from  being paid, they use any means necessary to track down the location of  the stolen paintings. But is Vivien willing to become a thief herself to get the paintings back? The answer leads her on a journey of intrigue,  deceit, crime and even love as she travels from Los Angeles to Paris and discovers the true brilliance she is capable of.

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I totally loved it! defiantly not my usual type of read. I was a bit  skeptical at first but intrigued by the storyline. Leti Del Mar tells a  story that captures you and then doesn’t let go, I couldn’t put the  story down! Vivian is an amazing character who is so determined, witty,  hardheaded, but at the same time easily hurt. She blends well into the  world of art and security, and when she meets Walt/Nathan the book  couldn’t get any better!

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CoverI May Be  Damaged…Temporarily by Joi Mausi
Price: $2.99
Type: Short Story
Genre: Self help and inspiration
Where to Get:
Smashwords
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Will you  ever be able to love again after you have dedicated your life to a person? How  will you make it through being betrayed by someone that you trusted with your  life? You can heal from the pain and become a victor with renewed strengths, and  talents, that you never knew existed. Once you learn to fall back in love with  yourself, become damaged no more.

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NG_TOFT_Cover525x788Naughty Gras: Tales of Fat Tuesday by Sable Jordan, Jessa Callaver, KWEEN, Perri Forrest
Type: Anthology
Genre: Erotica
Price: FREE
Where to Get It:
Amazon    BN.com    Smashwords     Allromanceebooks
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You might’ve been to Mardi Gras, but baby, you’ve never seen a party like this! In NAUGHTY GRAS, four scorching hot stories come together to take you behind the scenes of the spiciest Tuesday of the year!
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Hang out in the Big Easy with a super sexy helping of DIRTY RICE, and after you gobble that up, head on down to Rio for a romantic RENDEZVOUS.  Who knows, you might meet your destiny.  Want something a little more “spiritual” in nature? Well it’s Bacchanal Time in Viareggio, Italy, too.  You’ll be in great hands IN GODS’ HANDS.  Eat and drink your fill, just be sure to save room for dessert, ‘cause it ain’t a Gras without King cake, and THE SINNER’S SLICE has your name on it.
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So come get naughty tonight.
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You can always repent in the morning…

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theinfectedThe Infected by Matt Cronan
Type: Novella
Genre:  Dystopian
Price: $0.99
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“The city was burning…”Ten years ago, a biological weapon was detonated in Washington D.C.  killing 99.9% of the United States population.  The survivors of the  fallout live in the town of New Hope, protected by a corrupt government, from the victims that didn’t die…the infected.  Today is the day that Samantha Albright will learn that all of this is a lie.
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Review from Amazon: It’s a zombie story without a zombie in sight.  It’s set three hundred  years in the future or maybe it’s right now.  Damned if I know.  What I  do know is this is one hell of a cool ride.  It starts pretty quickly  and never loses momentum.  The two main characters are easy to root for  and the main villain is very easy to hate.  There are no shades of gray  (fifty or otherwise) in this world Cronan has created.  You’re on one  side or the other and the line between the two is very clearly  dilineated.  There’s a very Alan Moore-esque feel to this and it kept me turning the pages.  This deserves your time.

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NOAA Assault Cover-150Assault on the Gods by Stephen Goldin
Price: normally $4.99, but on sale today, 2/18 only – use coupon code LW58X at purchase to get 50% off.
Where to Get It:
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On a trading mission to a backwater planet, starship captain Ardeva Korrell finds herself with a fight on her hands; she and her small crew must battle an army of robots and defeat the tyrannical, god-like beings who have enslaved the native population. The task before them is straightforward: to storm the gates of Heaven itself!

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LTYC NEW COVERLetters To Young Chong by Melanie Jo Moore
Type: Memoir
Genre: Adult Humor
Price: $2.99
Where to Get It:
Amazon         Barnes and Noble        Smashwords

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I’ve always heard that you can pick your friends, but you can’t pick  your family. Melissa and I proved that this was not entirely true.  Experience our childhood of mistaken identity which matures over time to a friendship that endures abusive relationships, alcoholism and  everything in between. If you don’t laugh or cry, then you could  probably use a drink yourself.

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A MUST READ! I found this book very hard to put down. With each turn of the page I  became more emotionally involved. There’s never a dull moment. Very well written and a must read!

Great Story I bought this book after seeing something about the first review through social media. Letters to Young Chong is funny in a Chelsea Handler kind of way. This book is full of laughs and great stories of growing up in a rural area.

Letters To Young Chong, an outstanding read! I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. I grew up on the shore and went to  school with the publisher but until now I never really new her other  than seeing her at school. This story showed me a glimpse into her life  and I enjoyed every minute of reading. Mel you are such a free spirit  and a great person. Good luck on your future writings and I look forward to them.

 

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allroadsAll Roads Lead to Winter by Mark Fuller Dillon
Type: Novella
Genre: Erotic Science Fiction (Adults only)
Price: Free
Where to Get It:
Smashwords
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The aliens are here, and now our lives are different: no wars, no  hunger, no exploitation. For political prisoner Thomas Bridge, there can be a strange new love; for the alien delegate, Avdryana, there can be  companionship in a world that she finds crowded and foreign. But even  with hope for the future, can there be an escape from the stifling ideas and expectations of the past?
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“All Roads Lead to Winter” is a novella that deals with parallel worlds, politics, sexual tension, the grip of memory, the strength and  generosity of women, the beauty of being together. It also looks at the  pain of old lives that have not yet adjusted to the new.
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An intimate drama with a vast background, a love story about heartbreak  and hope, it uses the framework of science fiction to examine the very  human costs of change and loss and new perspectives.

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Arabelle's ShadowsArabelle’s Shadows by Fleur Gaskin
Genre: Coming of Age, Young Adult
Price: $3.99
Where to Get It:
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Everything in Arabelle’s life is coming together. She has confidence, great friends, she’s even dating Naak, a wealthy Thai socialite. But there are too many models in Bangkok. Arabelle’s broke, she can’t find an agent in New York, and Naak isn’t as wonderful as he first appears.

Slowly the Shadows creep back into Arabelle’s mind, bringing with them thoughts of hopelessness and despair. The vile Shadows know something Arabelle’s refusing to remember and, if she’s not careful, they’ll use it to destroy her.

Based on a true story, Arabelle’s Shadows takes us on a journey through the struggles of growing up, not quite making it as an international model, and attempting to overcome a crushing depression.

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Zelda_3_cover_300Zelda Pryce #3: The Demon Hunt by Joss Llewelyn
Genre: Fantasy
Price: $3.99
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When Zelda Pryce is asked to assemble an ancient device, the talented young geometrix is drawn into the globe-spanning, centuries-long search for the most dangerous woman in the world.

With the help of the ever-charming Clive Caspian, special agent Yasmin Demir, and her friend Jenny Baker, Zelda sets out to learn the secrets of the arcane people known as demons. From a Siberian prison to a Chinese temple, from a Kenyan wildlife preserve to the very ends of the earth, every answer they find only raises more questions.

And the only revelation more terrifying than the demons’ plan for the human race is the discovery of the unspeakable act committed by Zelda herself which set all of these events in motion in the first place.

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