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Monday, October 15, 2012

Third Batch of Monday Free Books 10-15-2012

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Fictionary! by The Manshoes Family



Rating: 4.8 Stars with 13 votes

Category: Non Fiction, Games

Price: FREE (Save $2.99) *Price subject to change at any time*

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FICTIONARY! A FUN NEW WORD GAME FOR KINDLE


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Play the FICTIONARY word game on Kindle anytime, anywhere.

Fictionary is a word game in which players must guess the definition of an obscure word hidden amongst a list of believable (and often hilarious) word definitions.

People who like Puzzles, Brain Teasers and Word Games will enjoy playing this fun game on Kindle. FICTIONARY will sharpen your vocabulary in a fun new way.

This Kindle Game is great for:

-Waiting Rooms
-Dinner Parties
-Dorm Parties
-Bedtime Reading
-Trivia Nights
-Travel Game
-Group Fun
...and MORE!

Simple controls make it easy to play any way you want, whether you're a casual or experienced FICTIONARY player.

You can play Fictionary with friends, or play as a solo game. As a solo-game, Fictionary aids in vocabulary development by word discovery and also provides many stimulating brain teasers. However, playing for laughs, especially with friends, can be more entertaining :)

New Feature!: Book Rating: G; Free Through 10/16/2012

Still Life With Murder by P.B. Ryan



Rating: 4.6 Stars with 154 votes

Category: Historical, Mystery

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Book #1 of P.B. Ryan’s bestselling historical mystery series featuring Boston governess Nell Sweeney and opium-smoking former battle surgeon Will Hewitt. Long thought to have died during the Civil War, Will is arrested for murder, and it's up to Nell to prove his innocence. Originally published by Berkley Prime Crime.
“A beautiful combination of entertaining characters, minute historical research, and a powerful evocation of time and place. I’m very glad there will be more to come.” New York Times bestselling author Barbara Hambly
New Feature!: Book Rating: PG; Contains: Drugs; Free Through 10/31/2012

HOSTILE WITNESS by Rebecca Forster



Rating: 4.2 Stars with 519 votes

Category:  Thriller

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When sixteen-year-old Hannah Sheraton is arrested for the murder of her stepgrandfather, the chief justice of the California Supreme court, her distraught mother turns to her old college roommate, Josie Baylor-Bates, for help. Josie, once a hot-shot criminal defense attorney, left the fast track behind for a small practice in Hermosa Beach, California. But Hannah Sheraton intrigues her and, when the girl is charged as an adult, Josie cannot turn her back. But the deeper she digs the more Josie realizes that politics, the law and family relationships create a combustible and dangerous situation. When the horrible truth is uncovered it can save Hannah Sheraton or destroy them both.

"This story was inspired by a case my husband handled. As a superior court judge he had to sentence a minor to life in prison. It made me wonder how I felt about minors arrested for violent crimes. Are they most vulnerable among us - capable or horrible violence, perceived as adults and yet emotionally still children?" Rebecca Forster (rebeccaforster.com)

"An enthralling read, with colorful, well-developed characters and the unique atmosphere of the California beach communities." Nancy Taylor Rosenberg

"Blending complex psychological character portraits with spot-on accurage courtroom drmaa, Forster's riveting legal thriller keeps the plot twists coming until the last, satisfying page." - Alafair Burke

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Intended for Harm by C. S. Lakin



Rating: 4.7 Stars with 22 votes

Category: Contemporary, Drama, Religious

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At the height of the Vietnam War in 1971, Jake Abrams is desperate to leave his oppressive home in Colorado and begin a new life in college in LA, but his dreams are waylaid when he meets Leah, an antiwar protester who pushes him into marriage and family. Jake tries to juggle school, his job, and raising four children, but Leah turns to drugs and drinking, and finally runs off with her rock band, leaving Jake reeling.

When he falls for Rachel and marries her, his children rebel. And when Joseph, their love child is born, Jake makes the same fatal mistake his own father did--he shows favoritism to this divinely gifted boy who has the power of healing. After Rachel dies in childbirth, bringing Ben into the world, Jake turns his back on God and buried himself in denial. His children are wild weeds, and as they grow, the older sons' resentment of Joseph's gifts fester until they can take it no longer. The family hides a dark secret of murder, which Joey threatens to spill out of righteous indignation and fear of God, and the only way to stop him is to kill him. The intend harm for him, but God has other plans for Joseph, and in a divinely orchestrated twist, years later Joseph confronts his brothers, who do not recognize him. True to the Bible story this is patterned after, Joseph is reunited with his estranged brothers, and Jake finally welcomes his long-lost son back into his arms, which brings closure and healing to his hurting family.

Written in a contemporary flash-fiction style, Intended for Harm covers forty years, each chapter a year, with a theme from a hit song for that year. Each scene is a fifteen-minute snapshot of the Abrams family, a "photo album" of Jake's life of wandering "through the wilderness" and coming home to faith at the end of his life. Anyone familiar with the Bible will recognize many similarities to the famous story of Jacob and his son Joseph. At the heart of this story is an exploration of fathers and sons, of loyalty and betrayal. And mostly, how we often intend harm to others because of wounds we carry in our souls, often without our knowing.

New Feature!: Book Rating: PG-13; Free Through 12/31/2012
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