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Today’s Free #qlhr 68 Pages Mystery First Grin at Midnight

Today’s Free #qlhr 68 Pages Mystery First Grin at Midnight

Mystery: First Grin At Midnight (Free With Kindle Unlimited; 99 cents Other wise) Ben Harrington lives a quiet and secluded life in small coastal town in Maine. Haunted by memories from the war in Vietnam, he walks in constant fear of many horrible secrets living inside of him—secrets that are connected to five vicious killers known as the ‘Five Clowns’. Ben knows each of the five clowns personally because he served with each man in Vietnam. Even worse, he trained…

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No Kindle, No Problem, Read Free Books on Your Smartphone, @xicasblog

No Kindle, No Problem, Read Free Books on Your Smartphone, @xicasblog

Here at Xica’s Blog  (A site name using the initials of the publisher) we provide free books which you can download, for free, onto your cell phone.  Read Books on Your Smartphone  This is called reading on the go.  You can increase your vocabulary, reduce your stress, enter a whole different world just by turning the pages on your cell phone.  On the bus for 20 minutes, no problem, read.  In the doctor’s office for an hour, no problem, read a short…

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Let’s Take a Chance, Free Short Read, The Sicilian Connection

Let’s Take a Chance, Free Short Read, The Sicilian Connection

 The Sicilian Connection by Rod Moore New Book; Mystery; Suspense; 102 pages When notorious Mafia boss Uncle Vic is released from Catania Prison and re-unites with his long lost nephew Fat Tony, it sets of a chain re-action of events in Strong Arm Creek that lead to murders, double crossing, cheating wives, viscous assaults and more. Bob Johnstone, respected local business man stands to lose everything in a property deal with the mafia, while his cheating wife aims to take…

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Today’s Free #qlhr, Living it Up in Fiddly Falls, An Inspirational, Comedy, Short Read

Today’s Free #qlhr, Living it Up in Fiddly Falls, An Inspirational, Comedy, Short Read

Living It Up in Fiddly Falls by Brenda Coulter  Inspirational Fiction, Comedy; 59 Pages;4.5 Stars; Over 90 Reviews By Patricia S. Burgess on June 20, 2014 This is really a short story and it is hilarious. While the setting is not where I live, I do believe that each of these characters is modeled for someone I know. The community is small, the family connections are intricate and date back to the founding of the town, and the folkways and…

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Today’s Free #qllhr, Romance, Without a Clue by Pamela Wilder

Today’s Free #qllhr, Romance, Without a Clue by Pamela Wilder

Romance: Without A Clue Contemporary Romance by Pamela Wilder Romance; 50 Pages; Over 20 Reviews; 4.5 Stars Reviewed By SGD on May 29, 2015 Intrigued of the title “without a clue” made me pick-up this book. This book contains a present-day romance story of the two amazing characters – Aden and Amelia. The author did the job well done writing an artful and exciting romance story. The line of the story is really great! I am fascinated with the ardent…

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Today’s Free Read, Death Takes a Trip, A Mystery Suspense Thriller

Today’s Free Read, Death Takes a Trip, A Mystery Suspense Thriller

Death Takes a Trip, A Mystery Suspense Thriller Mystery; Suspense; Thriller; 132 Pages; Over 45 Reviews 4.5 Stars By Patricia H. Dillard A delightful book. I am a voracious reader of mysteries and this one had me fooled til the very end. I was looking for something a little lighter than what I have been reading lately. This book filled the need without being fluff. I especially enjoyed the British flavor, it gives a certain flair we Americans lack. The…

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Today’s Free #qlhr The Pacifier – Part I, A Thriller Mystery

Today’s Free #qlhr The Pacifier – Part I, A Thriller Mystery

The Pacifier – Part I – Thriller / Mystery by Sophia Grace Mystery Thriller, Over 45 Reviews; 4 Stars; 62 Pages Reviewed By Mikayla Waters The Pacifier is, quite frankly, a terrifically gripping tale. While the writing at times can be simplistic and there are a few grammatical errors, the story never weakens and you will find yourself turning the page without even thinking about it to find out what happens next. This isn’t typically the style of writing I…

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