Friday, October 12, 2012

3 Free Kindle Books for 10/12

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Underneath - Horror
4.2 stars over 20 reviews
Description: 

An ancient city, entombed beneath a museum that seeks to understand the brutal race that once inhabited the underground world.

A young woman with special empathic powers offered a job to create an exhibit of the city's artifacts.

Underneath, they wait for her.

Underneath is a ten-thousand word novelette, approximately fifty pages.

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The Last Mountain Gorilla - Suspense
4.9 stars over 9 reviews
Description: From 2-time Pushcart-Prize nominee, Gary Ponzo, comes a new short story about a journalist attempting to capture photos of the Last Mountain Gorilla in the Virunga National Forest. What he doesn't realize is he's being hunted by a group of militia who don't want him to know the secrets of the Mountain Gorilla's demise. A pressure-packed story from the first sentence to the last.

BONUS STORIES:

A Simple Solution: A Scientist tries to discover the cure for a rare disorder which inflicts his younger brother. Unfortunately, it may cost him his marriage in the process. Until he discovers a simple solution.

The Escape Artist: A man is trying to escape from prison. But is he trying to leave the prison or is there something else he's trying to escape from?

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Artscape - Mystery
4.2 stars over 13 reviews
Description: Ike Schwartz thought he could return to his hometown and ditch the demons that pursue him. More than anything, he wanted to blot out the pain and anger that came when his wife of less than a month was gunned down in a CIA foul-up. So he buried himself as sheriff in rural Picketsville, Virginia, a community indistinguishable from any of the hundreds of small towns that hang like beads on Interstate 81 running from Pennsylvania down to Georgia.
Aside from its Civil War history, Picketsville’s only real claim to fame is Callend College, a private women’s school located just within its corporate limits. The college is notable, in turn, for housing one half of the billion dollar Dillon art collection, carefully secured in an underground bunker originally built in the late 1950s as a super bomb shelter.

It’s bad news for both Dr. Ruth Harris, the newly hired president of the college, and for a shadowy group whose services have been contracted by Middle Eastern fanatics—The New Jihad—when the collection is scheduled to be removed to New York. The plan is to steal the half billion dollars worth of fine art and statuary, and ransom it back for millions.

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