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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Third Batch of Tuesday Free Books 5-15-2012

The May Contest is up and running! There are more ways to win and it's more fun with friends.   
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Jockeys and Jewels by Bev Pettersen




Rating: 4.6 out of 5.0 Stars with 53 votes
Category: Mystery/ Thriller/ Romance
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Racehorse trainer, Kurt MacKinnon, resents being yanked into undercover police work. But when his ex-partner is murdered, Kurt is determined to find the killer and moves his third-string Thoroughbreds to the backwater track where his partner was last seen alive.

Julie West, a struggling and dedicated jockey, pins her dreams of an elusive win on the new trainer in town, never suspecting she's a person of interest--and not because of her riding skills.

Kurt didn't expect his contrary colt to flourish under Julie's feminine touch nor for his own rusty heart to soften. However, his deceit sucks them both into the cross hairs of a killer, and suddenly much more than their love is in danger.

INCLUDES excerpt of Kindle Bestseller Color My Horse by Bev Pettersen

THE ESSENE CONSPIRACY by S. Eric Wachtel




Rating: 4.5 out of 5.0 Stars with 20 votes
Category: Mystery/ Thriller
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A high ranking Israeli minister has been murdered in Jerusalem. Muslim terrorists are suspected, but no group has claimed responsibility. Finding a barely legible name scribbled on a blood-stained card in the shirt pocket of the slain minister, the Director of Israeli Intelligence calls upon international security consultant Harry McClure to investigate a possible American connection to the brutal crime.

McClure soon uncovers a Wall Street money-laundering scheme linked to a secret brotherhood's plot to reclaim Jerusalem's Temple Mount.

The clock is ticking as Israeli Intelligence, aided by McClure, race to organize a preemptive eleventh-hour strategy aimed at thwarting the brotherhood's imminent attack. A timely blend of historical fact and fiction, the Essene Conspiracy builds to an unpredictable ending.


Walking on Broken Glass by Christa Allan




Rating: 4.1 out of 5.0 Stars with 98 votes
Category: Contemporary Christian
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From Publishers Weekly

When a narrator opens her tale by declaring, I lost my sanity buying frozen apple juice, the reader knows she's in for a witty ride. The narrator is Leah Thornton, a 27-year-old Southerner, English teacher, and middle-stage alcoholic. She's got her reasons: her only child died of SIDS and her sexual relationship with her husband, Carl, is so troubled their marriage is devolving into a standoff between hostility and frigidity. Leah is steered into rehab by her BFF Molly, which kicks off transformation through growing honesty, self-awareness, and large doses of wry humor. Allan draws many strong, quirky minor characters: Leah's rehab roomie, Theresa, one of a rehab unit's worth of addicts of all manner of substances; Leah's wry obstetrician, Dr. Nolan. A few supporting characters—Carl's wealthy parents—feel more caricatured than characterized, and the largely unsympathetic portrait of Carl makes the reader wonder why the marriage is worth saving at all. A few major developments toward the book's end cry out for greater resolution. But Leah is fascinating, complicated, and above all funny. This nonformulaic look at the spiritual redemption of a life is a bright start; debut novelist Allan is one to watch. (Feb.)
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Virtual Strangers by Ola Zaltin & Susanne O'Leary




Rating: 4.2 out of 5.0 Stars with 20 votes
Category: Romantic Suspense
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Two complete strangers meet on a train and agree to off their significant others. Sounds familiar? It should be, it's 'Strangers on a Train'. 60 years later, two strangers meet online. A man and a woman - Seabee and Annika - hook up on a wannabe authors' site where they flirt, banter and play around with the notion of dispatching their equally impossible partners. It's all a big literary, intertextual joke, until the weekend when both their partners actually do die in what seems to be unrelated freak accidents – or are they? Seabee and Annika find out in a hurry that cyberspace makes strange bedfellows – and if it's not he nor she who did it – then who has done the killings? The two team up to find out who has hijacked their fantasy and turned it into a bloody real-life. Contains strong language

Authors note: This is the novel where Susanne O'Leary stepped out of her comfort zone (chick-lit and womens contemporary) straight into Ola Zaltin's (crime and post-modern). Like the hero and heroine, they met on a writer's site. Together, they wrote a detective story that merged two writing styles and two ways of thinking into one highly unusual and (we hope) thrilling and enjoyable detective story with a romantic twist.
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