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5 Foods That Can Build Mega Muscle


5 Foods That Can Build Mega Muscle


$1.06


Don’t Buy Another Muscle Magazine Or Expensive Supplement Until You Read EVERY Word Of This Short Yet Powerful Kindle Report! In this short, yet powerful, Kindle report you will learn: – 5 Foods that help building muscle fast. – Exactly what the “Anabolic Window” is and why you NEED IT To Build Muscle! – “Nutrient Timing” the most important aspect of Building Muscle – Find Out Why Low Fat Diets SUCK for Building Muscle – Why Low Fat Diets KEEP You Fat – And much more.

A Freelance Writer's Guide to Researching


A Freelance Writer’s Guide to Researching


$2.99


If you’re a freelance writer and you’re interested in learning about how you can research more effectively – and how you can take that research and turn it into multiple pieces of content – you’re in luck. This book outlines the process I use for every nonfiction piece I write that relies on research. While I’m primarily a fiction author, I also write about many nonfiction topics for a variety of outlets. Publishing eArticles on the Kindle, pitching articles to magazines, learning how to write white papers, and blogging for profit are just a few of the ways you can utilize one set of research. Many freelancers skimp on research because it takes so much time, and there are easier ways to churn out articles. But good research leads to higher quality work, and higher quality work means bigger paychecks and faster sales cycles. That’s why it’s so crucial to learn how to research, and how to use that research effectively so you can maximize your time and earn more money. While there are many ways of researching, and this research method is only one of them, it’s the research method that works for me in my freelance writing career, and so I decided to pass it along. I run a blog with readers in over fifty countries, and I’m always amazed at how many comments I receive telling me how helpful the advice there has been. Research, though, takes a lot longer to thoroughly explain than a blog post or two will allow for. So, here’s your guide to the way I do research in one succinct package. I hope you’ll find something useful in it, even if you decide not to use the entire system. There are plenty of how to books about small business, entrepreneurship, business writing, personal development, small business management, and many others. But I believe that a book about how to conduct research and write high quality content from it can help not only freelance writers, but any small business owner who wants to use the written word to improve their success.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Tully Forum


A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Tully Forum


$2.99


A live turkey tied to a goalpost. the famous “zip code” speech. the infamous money on the table. a geyser in the visitors’ locker room during a national championship game. UMass-Lowell played its final hockey game at Tully Forum in 1998, but the outrageous and hilarious stories live on in “A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Tully Forum.”Award-winning writer and bestselling humorist Dave Hendrickson recounts the head-shaking antics. Also includes an introduction specially written for this edition and the bonus feature story, “The End of a Rotten Day.”Hendrickson earned the Joe Concannon and Scarlet Quill awards for his sports coverage on US College Hockey Online where over 250,000 readers follow his weekly columns, stories, and features. His award-winning short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines as well as on the Kindle Short Story and Humor bestseller lists. Booklist praised his novel Cracking the Ice, saying, “Hendrickson’s debut novel paints a gripping account of a courageous young man rising above evil.” Reading in Color called it “a one-of-a-kind book, one of the most interesting books I’ve read this year.”For more information about Hendrickson’s work, see www. hendricksonwriter.com.

A Scourge in Hand


A Scourge in Hand


$0.99


An early voyage of the Queen’s Scourge, when neither Laraklea nor Longbright had anything more than stripes on their skin from their abusive captain, and ambition. When opportunity allows that ambition to clash, what dark deal will seal both their futures?Prequel short story to The Queen’s Scourge by Chris A. Jackson. ABOUT STORMTALONSStormtalons! The realms you’re looking for! From Ed Greenwood, creator of the Forgotten Realms®, comes his newest fantasy setting, fraught with deadly mists, magic, and adventure! This is one of 120 planned books, written by more than 50 Creatives from around the world. But you can start with this one. Don’t miss out on this sprawling new world! ABOUT THE AUTHORChris A. Jackson has been sailing and writing full time since 2009. As a sailor, writer, and gamer, nautical fantasy came naturally. His Scimitar Seas novels won multiple gold medals from Foreword Reviews Magazine for best fantasy novel of the year, and his Pathfinder Tales novels, Pirate’s Honor and Pirate’s Promise have received high praise. The non-nautical Weapon of Flesh Trilogy has become a Kindle bestseller, spurring international interest. His first Iron Kingdoms story, Blood and Iron, debuted in 2014.

Alaska Steel


Alaska Steel


$1.99


The brainchild of Amazon Kindle Number One bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to reissuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today! ALASKA STEEL Fargo threw back the parka hood, and cold wind lashed his face. He reloaded the shotgun-and then he stood up, exposing himself to fire below. He waved the shotgun high, making a foolish, careless, inspiring, fearless target of himself. “Come on!” he bellowed. “Charge!” His men responded. They rushed forward. Whetstone’s crowd had broken, scattered, run for cover: doorways, house-corners, alleys. A few bullets whined around Fargo. He could not shoot down into the street now for fear of hitting his own men. Satisfied, still snarling like a maddened timber wolf, he fell down, slid to the back of the cabin, dropped off into a drift behind the house. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Benjamin Leopold Haas was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1926. His imagination was inspired by the stories of the Civil War and Reconstruction as told by his Grandmother, who had lived through both. Ben’s father was also a pioneer operator of motion picture theatres, ” . so I had free access to every theatre in Charlotte and saw countless films growing up, hooked on the lore of our own South and the Old West.” Largely self educated (he had to drop out of college in order to support his family), Ben wrote his first story, a pulp short for a western magazine, when he was just eighteen. But when he was drafted into the Army, his dreams of becoming a writer were put on hold. He served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army from 1945 to 1946, and saw action in the Philippines. Returning home to Charlotte (and later Sumter, in South Carolina) in 1946, Ben married Douglas Thornton Taylor from Raleigh four years later. The father of three sons (Joel, Michael and John), Ben was working for a steel company when he sold his first novel in 1961. The acceptance coincided with being laid off, and thereafter he wr

And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Fredrik Backman


And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Fredrik Backman


$3.99


Conversations on And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Fredrik Backman And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer tells a heartwarming tale of Grandpa, his son, Ted, and his grandson, Noah. Grandpa and Ted have never had a close relationship, but their shared love for Noah brings them together. Grandpa and Noah often sit together and discuss Mathematics, which they share a love for. Grandpa tells Noah about his past, especially meeting Grandma and the life they shared together. Grandpa warns Noah that the square in his mind is getting smaller every day and soon they must learn to say goodbye to each other. And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer has been called beautiful by Lisa Genova and RealSimple.com. People Magazine wrote in their review that the story is “wise and heartbreaking.” A Brief Look Inside: EVERY GOOD BOOK CONTAINS A WORLD FAR DEEPER than the surface of its pages. The characters and its world come alive, and even after the last page of the book is closed, the story still lives on, inciting questions and curiosity. Conversation Starters is peppered with questions designed to bring us beneath the surface of the page and invite us into this world that continues to lives on. These questions can be used to… Create Hours of Conversation: Foster a deeper understanding of the book Promote an atmosphere of discussion for groups Assist in the study of the book, either individually or corporately Explore unseen realms of the book as never seen before Disclaimer: This book you are about to enjoy is an independent resource to supplement the original book, enhancing your experience of And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer. If you have not yet purchased a copy of the original book, please do before purchasing this unofficial Conversation Starters. Read it on your PC, Mac, iOS or Android smartphone, tablet and Kindle devices.

Atchafalaya Houseboat


Atchafalaya Houseboat


$19.95


In the early 1970s, two idealistic young people – Gwen Carpenter Roland and Calvin Voisin – decided to leave civilization and re-create the vanished simple life of their great-grandparents in the heart of Louisiana’s million-acre Atchafalaya River Basin Swamp. Armed with a box of crayons and a book called How to Build Your Home in the Woods, they drew up plans to recycle a slave-built structure into a houseboat. Without power tools or building experience they constructed a floating dwelling complete with a brick fireplace. Towed deep into the sleepy waters of Bloody Bayou, it was their home for eight years. This is the tale of the not-so-simple life they made together – days spent fishing, trading, making wine, growing food, and growing up – told by Gwen with grace, economy, and eloquence. Not long after they took up swamp living, Gwen and Calvin met a young photographer named C.C. Lockwood, who shared their “back to the earth” values. His photographs of the couple going about their daily routine were published in National Geographic magazine, bringing them unexpected fame. More than a quarter of a century later, after Gwen and Calvin had long since parted, one of Lockwood’s photos of them appeared in a National Geographic collector’s edition entitled 100 Best Pictures Unpublished – and kindled the interest of a new generation. With quiet wisdom, Gwen recounts her eight-year voyage of discovery – about swamp life, wildlife, and herself. A keen observer of both the natural world and the ways of human beings, she transports readers to an unfamiliar and exotic place.

Atchafalaya Houseboat: My Years in the Louisiana Swamp


Atchafalaya Houseboat: My Years in the Louisiana Swamp


$19.95


In the early 1970s, two idealistic young people – Gwen Carpenter Roland and Calvin Voisin – decided to leave civilization and re-create the vanished simple life of their great-grandparents in the heart of Louisiana’s million-acre Atchafalaya River Basin Swamp. Armed with a box of crayons and a book called How to Build Your Home in the Woods, they drew up plans to recycle a slave-built structure into a houseboat. Without power tools or building experience they constructed a floating dwelling complete with a brick fireplace. Towed deep into the sleepy waters of Bloody Bayou, it was their home for eight years. This is the tale of the not-so-simple life they made together – days spent fishing, trading, making wine, growing food, and growing up – told by Gwen with grace, economy, and eloquence. Not long after they took up swamp living, Gwen and Calvin met a young photographer named C.C. Lockwood, who shared their “back to the earth” values. His photographs of the couple going about their daily routine were published in National Geographic magazine, bringing them unexpected fame. More than a quarter of a century later, after Gwen and Calvin had long since parted, one of Lockwood’s photos of them appeared in a National Geographic collector’s edition entitled 100 Best Pictures Unpublished – and kindled the interest of a new generation. With quiet wisdom, Gwen recounts her eight-year voyage of discovery – about swamp life, wildlife, and herself. A keen observer of both the natural world and the ways of human beings, she transports readers to an unfamiliar and exotic place.

Atlantic Classics, Volume II.


Atlantic Classics, Volume II.


$2.99


WHEN, some two years ago a collection of Atlantic essays was offered to the public, it was the editor’s idea that this volume should be, to use the current phrase, a kind of permanent exhibit of the character and quality of The Atlantic. In these hurrying days, even the sedatest of magazines must quicken its pace to keep abreast of the marching world, and much that is most serviceable in The Atlantic during its appointed life dies at the heart when a new number brings fresh interests to men’s minds. But a residue there is, no more useful at the time, perhaps, than much which perishes, but which evidently ought to have such length of days as the covers of a book can ensure for it. The experiment was made with the first volume of Atlantic Classics, composed of sixteen essays, by as many authors, all dealing with topics of more than temporary interest. The success of this book, which has been many times reprinted, outstripped anticipation; more than that, it assumed a character quite unlooked for, and proceeded, on its own account, to introduce itself into the curricula of colleges and high schools throughout the country, welcomed, as the editor is credibly informed, by students as well as by teachers. Even a layman can see that in such a use there is a sound development. A book of contemporary expression, exhilarating to the student and knitting his interests to those of the world outside the schoolroom, may be peculiarly suited to call forth his appreciation and to kindle emulation within him. Such a book may teach him to think of literature as a living thing, quite as alive and full of spirit as he is himself, and by such method, perhaps, tender shoots of young intelligence may be spared the blighting influence of too formal education. These matters belong most properly to the province of the schoolmaster. The editor’s is a different purpose. It is not a text which he seeks to compile, but (forgive a layman’s distinction) a book, a book to read, enjoy, and keep. To

Azusa Street Papers - Apostolic Faith (1906-1908)


Azusa Street Papers – Apostolic Faith (1906-1908)


$4.99


The Azusa Street Papers are the original 13 newsletter style magazines that William Seymour and the Apostolic Faith Mission sent out, documenting the work of God at Azusa and around the world from 1906-1908. Not only will these papers give you a first-hand look at early Pentecostalism, they will encourage your faith and inspire you to believe God for revival today! This special edition includes PICTURES from Azusa Street, the original newsletter and more! Optimized TABLE OF CONTENTS for your e-Reader, fully searchable and with excellent formatting. The 13 Magazine Titles: 1. Pentecost Has Come 2. Pentecostal Baptism Restored 3. Bible Pentecost 4. Pentecost with signs following 5. Beginning of World-wide Revival 6. Pentecost both sides of the ocean 7. Many Witnesses to the Power of the Blood and of the Holy Ghost 8. Los Angeles Campmeeting of the Apostolic Faith Mission 9. In the Last Days 10. Everywhere Preaching the Word 11. Good tidings of Great Joy 12. The Lord is speaking in the earth today 13. Fires are being Kindled

BEST 133 APPS


BEST 133 APPS


$3.99


People are turning to mobile devices that allow them to access the internet and other information without needing a computer accessible. For the longest time, that only included mobile phones. Apple turned up the notch when they released the iPad and brought tablets the spotlight. Android has worked to compete and now Amazon is coming to the market. Amazon offered a book reader tablet for a while, but people wanted more. With the Kindle app available on Apple and Android devices, the heat was turned up. Amazon now offers the Amazon market with Kindle apps and several Kindles offer a Wi-Fi internet connection. There is now a guide to help you find the most useful Kindle apps and many are free of charge. This guide is extremely helpful in many areas. First that you get exact names of apps to look for, but also the picture of the app icon and a little bit of info regarding the app. To make it easier to find specific Kindle apps, the guide is broken down into twenty-five sections. The sections include Books & Comics, Communication, Cooking, Education, Entertainment, Finance, Games, Health & Fitness, Kids, Lifestyle, Music, News & Magazines, Novelty, Photography, Productivity, Reference, Ringtones, Shopping, Social Networking, Sports, Themes, Travel, Utilities, Weather, and Web Browsers. If it is not in this guide, then it is most likely not worth the effort to find.

BEST 250+ KINDLE FIRE HD APPS


BEST 250+ KINDLE FIRE HD APPS


$3.99


The report ‘Best 250 + Kindle Fire Apps’ is written with an intention of introducing readers to best 250+ Kindle Fire apps for their favorite gadget. Readers can use the information presented in this report to learn about some of the most popular app categories including Entertainment, Reading, Productivity, News papers and Magazine, Food, Lifestyle and Gaming along with their price and rating. The 250 + apps that have been included in this report are aimed to help readers expand their Kindle Fire HD usage. Furthermore, readers can download apps of their choice from the Amazon.com Appstore for Android and make the most out of their tablet.

Blood's Echo


Blood’s Echo


$9.99


Whenever the lust for drugs, money, and power lays claim to a city, brutality is never far behind. Phoenix detective Veranda Cruz is dead set on taking down the Villalobos Cartel, but the ruthlessness of her quarry demands a ruthless edge of her own. Detective Veranda Cruz leads an elite task force on the Phoenix Police Drug Enforcement Bureau. Bartolo Villalobos is the heir apparent to the most powerful cartel in the world. No one in the department suspects the secret motive behind Veranda’s obsession with the cartel. until an operation goes horribly wrong. Targeted by an increasingly unstable drug lord, Veranda must protect her family and stay clear of adversaries within the force while she sets a trap for Bartolo. As the desert action heats up, Veranda and her new Homicide team-along with an arson investigator who kindles a flame for her-are all drawn into a deadly gambit. Taking down Bartolo is the ultimate goal, but is Veranda ready to trade life for justice? Praise: “A highly entertaining police procedural. Hang on tight for the ride of a lifetime across Southern Arizona as Maldonado rises to her written challenge to entertain, enthrall and engage readers in this high octane thriller.”-Suspense Magazine “Maldonado ratchets up the tension with each page, leaving you breathless as you race to the end.”-Robin Burcell, bestselling author of The Kill Order “Isabella Maldonado is off to a great start, giving us a tense thriller with a strong sense of place and an insider’s look at some of the most dangerous work in law enforcement. This first Veranda Cruz novel will leave readers eagerly awaiting her next adventure.”-Jan Burke, New York Times bestselling author “The Phoenix sun isn’t the only thing burning in this thrilling debut and I look forward to more.”-Shannon Baker, bestselling author of the Kate Fox mystery series “Maldonado has crafted a top-notch thriller that will have police procedural junkies and thrill-seekers turning page after page, late i

Brother Badman


Brother Badman


$1.99


The brainchild of Amazon Kindle Number One bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to reissuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today! BROTHER BADMAN A request from the father he never knew summoned him to the Circle M home ranch, brought Rae Marsh into Fletcher’s Hole. He rode a long way to claim what was rightfully his, a share of a spread and a new life. But at the Circle M, a new beginning was not meant to be, for he had to challenge his own family. “I’m running this spread now,” the man in the red shirt told Rae. “And we ain’t hiring. Neither are we free lunch for grub line tramps. You git one meal, with the crew, an hour from now. Then you’re on your way.” Rae Marsh drew in a long angry breath. “I’m part owner of this ranch and I don’t figure on leaving in a hurry.” Red Shirt dropped his hand to the level of his holster. “The hell you say, stranger. You got two minutes to get off this land. Now-git!” But what the man in the red shirt did not know was that you can’t talk like that to a pardner of Billy the Kid, fresh from Lincoln County. Not if you want to stay above ground! ABOUT THE AUTHOR Benjamin Leopold Haas was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1926. His imagination was inspired by the stories of the Civil War and Reconstruction as told by his Grandmother, who had lived through both. Ben’s father was also a pioneer operator of motion picture theatres, ” . so I had free access to every theatre in Charlotte and saw countless films growing up, hooked on the lore of our own South and the Old West.” Largely self educated (he had to drop out of college in order to support his family), Ben wrote his first story, a pulp short for a western magazine, when he was just eighteen. But when he was drafted into the Army, his dreams of becoming a writer were put on hold. He served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army from 1945 to 1946, and saw action in the Philippines. Returning home to Charlotte (and later

Brother Badman


Brother Badman


$1.99


The brainchild of Amazon Kindle Number One bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to reissuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today! BROTHER BADMANA request from the father he never knew summoned him to the Circle M home ranch, brought Rae Marsh into Fletcher’s Hole. He rode a long way to claim what was rightfully his, a share of a spread and a new life. But at the Circle M, a new beginning was not meant to be, for he had to challenge his own family.”I’m running this spread now,” the man in the red shirt told Rae. “And we ain’t hiring. Neither are we free lunch for grub line tramps. You git one meal, with the crew, an hour from now. Then you’re on your way.”Rae Marsh drew in a long angry breath. “I’m part owner of this ranch and I don’t figure on leaving in a hurry.”Red Shirt dropped his hand to the level of his holster. “The hell you say, stranger. You got two minutes to get off this land. Now-git!”But what the man in the red shirt did not know was that you can’t talk like that to a pardner of Billy the Kid, fresh from Lincoln County. Not if you want to stay above ground! ABOUT THE AUTHORBenjamin Leopold Haas was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1926. His imagination was inspired by the stories of the Civil War and Reconstruction as told by his Grandmother, who had lived through both. Ben’s father was also a pioneer operator of motion picture theatres, ” . so I had free access to every theatre in Charlotte and saw countless films growing up, hooked on the lore of our own South and the Old West.”Largely self educated (he had to drop out of college in order to support his family), Ben wrote his first story, a pulp short for a western magazine, when he was just eighteen. But when he was drafted into the Army, his dreams of becoming a writer were put on hold. He served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army from 1945 to 1946, and saw action in the Philippines. Returning home to Charlotte (and later Sumter, in South C

Bye Bye, Miss American Pie


Bye Bye, Miss American Pie


$2.99


BYE BYE, MISS AMERICAN PIE is the first great bawdy political satire of the 21st century. It is the outrageous tale of an attractive female senator running for president who, much to her opponent’s delight, gets caught en flagrante with her illegal – but totally hot! – immigrant pool boy. She is forced to go on television to apologize to the nation, but she has other ideas, and when she tells a stunned America, “I got mine, now get yours! You know you want it!” she inadvertently kindles a new American sexual revolution and launches the wildest campaign in history. Drawing its influences from Terry Southern’s Candy (itself an answer to Candide), Alice in Wonderland, Jonathan Swift, Kurt Vonnegut, and Roald Dahl – as well as author Mike Edison’s own sprawling comic-erotic epics and the insanely giddy filth he perpetrated as editor of the First Amendment-defining Screw magazine – BYE BYE, MISS AMERICAN PIE is a high-speed novella that combines the sweet guilt of a back-of-a-cereal-box read with the urgency and subversive sexuality of a great rock’ n ‘ roll song, and is at turns hilarious, shrewd, savage, fearless, dirty, and wise. “Like Myra Breckinridge meets Breakfast of Champions.” – MrSkin.com MIKE EDISON is the former editor and publisher of High Times magazine, and was the editor-in-chief of the irresponsibly outrageous Screw. He is the author of the legendary memoir I Have Fun Everywhere I Go: Savage Tales of Pot, Porn, Punk Rock, Pro Wrestling, Talking Apes, Evil Bosses, Dirty Blues, American Heroes, and the Most Notorious Magazines in the World and Dirty! Dirty! Dirty! – Of Playboys, Pigs, and Penthouse Paupers, an American Tale of Sex and Wonder, as well as 28 “adult” novels. Edison has worked as a foreign correspondent for Hustler, and was a high-paid gun-for hire of the legendary Penthouse letters. In addition he is an internationally known musician, a ferociously dedicated storyteller and spoken word artist, and has contributed to numerous magazines and we

Cartridge Creek


Cartridge Creek


$1.99


The brainchild of Amazon Kindle Number One bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to reissuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today! CARTRIDGE CREEK Cartridge Creek was a typical New Mexico cattle town, not unlike the ones Will Leatherman had known in his days as a trail hand. But now Will was a partner in San Antonio Development, and he had come to find out why the Southern Pacific was so eager to sell the town, and whether he and his partner could turn it into a profitable investment. It didn’t take long to discover why the railroad wanted out; the town had become a haven for gunmen, and the two heavily-armed factions were on the verge of all-out warfare. The decent folk were ready to leave town, the ranchers had taken to driving their stock to another railhead, and the money-making possibilities seemed nil. But Will Leatherman had a strange feeling about Cartridge Creek, that somehow this town had more to offer than the usual business deal. Almost before he realized it, Leatherman found himself on the brink of finding something he’d almost forgotten he wanted, a place to really call home-or losing it forever. Then he knew he had to fight for Cartridge Creek. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Benjamin Leopold Haas was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1926. His imagination was inspired by the stories of the Civil War and Reconstruction as told by his Grandmother, who had lived through both. Ben’s father was also a pioneer operator of motion picture theatres, ” . so I had free access to every theatre in Charlotte and saw countless films growing up, hooked on the lore of our own South and the Old West.” Largely self educated, Ben wrote his first story, a pulp short for a western magazine, when he was just eighteen. But when he was drafted into the Army, his dreams of becoming a writer were put on hold. He served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army from 1945 to 1946, and saw action in the Philippines. A prolific writer

Chasing Shadows


Chasing Shadows


$5.99


New York Times Bestseller CJ Lyons has been praised as a “Master of the Genre” (Pittsburgh Magazine) for her romantic thrillers. Join CJ as she starts a sexy, fun-filled, adrenaline rush of a new series: Shadow Ops. Following a group of covert operatives, men and women who risk their lives to protect our country-but are they ready to risk their hearts?CHASING SHADOWS (Shadow Ops Book #1): Going undercover, playing the part of a disgraced former Marine, is easy for Chase Westin-until a Christmas Eve mission takes him back to his hometown and face to face with his estranged brother. When KC, an undercover FBI agent, flies into Chase’s life with her Doc Martens, purple, punk-rock hair, and Hollywood-hype leather and chains, Chase realizes that falling in love is more dangerous than catching bullets. The adventures continue in LOST IN SHADOWS (Shadow Ops, Book #2) Also check out the all new Shadow Ops adventures in Kindle Worlds! Want more of CJ’s Thrillers with Heart? Go to CJLyons.net to get your FREE ebook and sign up for her mailing list. Did you enjoy Shadow Ops? Try CJ’s other romantic thriller series, the Hart and Drake Medical Suspense romances: NERVES OF STEELSLEIGHT OF HANDFACE TO FACEEYE OF THE STORMWant more medical suspense with a touch of romance? Check out the Fatal Insomnia Trilogy: FAREWELL TO DREAMSA RAGING DAWNTHE SLEEPLESS STARSWant something edgier? Meet Lucy Guardino, an average Pittsburgh soccer mom who’s also a kick-butt FBI agent: SNAKE SKINBLOOD STAINEDKILL ZONEAFTER SHOCKHARD FALLBAD BREAKLAST LIGHTDEVIL SMOKEOPEN GRAVEPraise for CJ’s Thrillers with Heart:”Everything a great thriller should be-action packed, authentic, and intense.” 1 New York Times bestselling author Lee Child”Compelling…I love how the characters come alive on every page.” -New York Times bestselling author Jeffery Deaver”A pulse-pounding adrenaline rush.”-Lisa Gardner, New York Times bestselling author”The perfect blend of romance and suspense. My kind of read.”-Sandra Brown,

Children Of The Dark (A Jack Nightingale Short Story)


Children Of The Dark (A Jack Nightingale Short Story)


$0.99


Supernatural detective Jack Nightingale is called in to investigate a case of murder and mutilation that appears to have been done by children. Mysterious black-eyed children. And the murder is only a taste of the horror that is to come. Children Of The Dark is about 10,000 words, about thirty pages. Stephen Leather is one of the UK’s most successful thriller writers, an ebook and Sunday Times bestseller and author of the critically acclaimed Dan “Spider’ Shepherd series and the Jack Nightingale supernatural detective novels. Before becoming a novelist he was a journalist for more than ten years on newspapers such as The Times, the Daily Mirror, the Glasgow Herald, the Daily Mail and the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. He is one of the country’s most successful ebook authors and his ebooks have topped the Amazon Kindle charts in the UK and the US. In 2011 alone he sold more than 500,000 eBooks and was voted by The Bookseller magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the UK publishing world. Born in Manchester, he began writing full time in 1992. His bestsellers have been translated into fifteen languages. He has also written for television shows such as London’s Burning, The Knock and the BBC’s Murder in Mind series and two of his books, The Stretch and The Bombmaker, were filmed for TV.

Classic Routes: the World's Best Hang Gliding and Paragliding Cross Country Routes


Classic Routes: the World’s Best Hang Gliding and Paragliding Cross Country Routes


$7.99


Described as the new “bible” for pilots Classic Routes is the ultimate guidebook to the world’s ultimate free flight destinations. Whether you fly a lightweight paraglider or a topless hang glider, there is something in this book for you. Published by the makers of Cross Country Magazine, the international paragliding and hang gliding magazine, and edited by Bob Drury, Classic Routes is a unique tour through 20 of the world’s premier free flight destinations. From the classic 90km Bingara Run in Manilla, Australia, to flying the convergence line in Piedrahita, Spain, to the Grand Tour of Annecy to chasing miles in Governador Valadares, Brazil, many of the world’s best-known sites are all in here. Each chapter is written by a pilot who has flown the route and is familiar with the territory. They explain how you can fly it too, and what to look for along the way. House thermals are pointed out, secret glide lines explained, intricate meteorology unravelled and local rules unveiled. However, you don’t have to be embarking on a world tour to get full advantage of Classic Routes. The book stands alone as a unique teaching and learning aid, explaining better than any textbook how to fly cross country. It lets you see inside the heads of pilots like Will Gadd or Jocky Sanderson as they reveal the tricks of their trade and share their secrets. The print version of Classic Routes is a classic coffee table book, with beautiful photography laid out over 200 pages. This digital version has been reformatted specifically for the Kindle, and features all the articles and chapters just as they are in the book, but without all the gorgeous photos available in the print version. You don’t have to be an adventure sports enthusiast or an extreme sports addict to enjoy this book, or even a paraglider pilot or hang glider pilot – armchair travellers and sofa adventurers will enjoy the well written tales, which are written by some of the best writers in the sport. The list of pl
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