Thursday, December 8, 2011

Ice Cube Caveman: Today's Free App (12/8)

Did everyone grab the shocking 10 cent apps for the Kindle Fire yesterday? From the looks of it, most of them are gone, but you can still get Read It Later Pro, Fruit Ninja, and Berenstain Bears' Bedtime Battle for the discounted price.

Continuing with our 25 Days of Free Holiday Music, check out today's free song: Deck the Halls by Twisted Sister. That should be...interesting.

Let's take a look at the free app and book of the day!

Name: Ice Cube Caveman
Rating: 3.1 stars over 19 reviews
Price: 0.00
Description: Nine out of ten Cro-Magnons agree: the Ice Age is a tough time to be a caveman. Considering the sub-zero temperatures, severe fire shortages, and notoriously flimsy outfits, any caveman who isn't working overtime is probably frozen solid. But it doesn't have to be this way!

In Ice Cube Caveman, you'll help a caveman live to shiver another day. Maneuver him along a narrow path of icy tiles toward life-sustaining fire, avoiding cracks along the way. Help him escape the ice cube he's trapped in and lead him through increasingly difficult challenges.
Get your free copy of Ice Cube Cabeman!

Today's book of the day looks like a very intriguing mystery. Take a look!

Title: The Suspicions of Mr. Whitcher
Rating: 3.8 over 112 reviews
Price: $11.99 1.99

Description:  Kate Summerscale (The Queen of Whale Cay) delivers a mesmerizing portrait of one of England's first detectives and the gruesome murder investigation that nearly destroyed him. In 1860, three-year-old Saville Kent was found murdered in the outdoor privy of his family's country estate. Local police scrambled for clues, but to no avail. Scotland Yard Det.-Insp. Jonathan Jack Whicher was called in and immediately suspected the unthinkable: someone in the Kent family killed Saville. Theories abounded as everyone from the nursemaid to Saville's father became a suspect. Whicher tirelessly pursued every lead and became convinced that Constance Kent, Saville's teenage half-sister, was the murderer, but with little evidence and no confession, the case went cold and Whicher returned to London, a broken man. Five years later, the killer came forward with a shocking account of the crime, leading to a sensational trial. Whicher is a fascinating hero, and readers will delight in following every lurid twist and turn in his investigation.
Get The Suspicions of Mr. Whitcher!

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