Spring 2020 Stay at Home Free Books
If you or a loved one is sick or in danger from the coronavirus, I hope recovery will be fast and complete.
If you’re stuck at home, you’re probably running out of things to read. The libraries are being closed or picked clean like the supermarkets. To help address that, I’m making most of my books available for free on Amazon at various times during the next several weeks.
If you have a Kindle or any kind of tablet (even a laptop) you will be able to download these ebooks (regularly $3.99) for free on the following dates (click on the link to find the book on Amazon).
Please share this offer with your friends who might be interested.
PAROLE – March 23 through March 27
A BUTTERFLY IN PHILADELPHIA – March 27 through March 31
POTLATCH – April 3 through April 7
THE MUSE OF VIOLENCE – April 8 through April 12
THE RULES OF DREAMING – April 14 through April 18
BIG DATA IS WATCHING YOU! – April 20 through April 24
THE DEVIL’S CHAPLAIN – April 26 through April 30
PERFECTLY HEALTHY MAN DROPS DEAD – May 4 through May 8
Until September 3o, my latest book, PAROLE, will be on sale on Amazon for only $0.99 (ebook). This is an action/comedy thriller in the tradition of Elmore Leonard (“Get Shorty”). It’s the story of two likeable convicts – one black and the other white – who are paroled from San Quentin on the same day and sent back to L.A. on the same bus. On the inside they hated each other; on the outside their lives quickly become intertwined as each tries to recover what he has lost.
Kenny Ruffin, a former gang leader serving hard time in San Quentin, looks forward to his release so he can get his life back and meet his teenage son for the first time. His destiny becomes entangled with that of a redneck career criminal called Cat McGrath when the two of them are sent back to L.A. on the same bus. McGrath warns Ruffin that the gangs will never allow him back on the street and he will end up back in prison no matter what he does. As predicted, they are met with gunfire as they step off the bus. Ruffin vows to track down the shooters to redeem his honor and status, as McGrath draws him into a crackbrained scheme to even old scores with a gang of dirty cops.
With memorable characters, lots of action, a suspenseful plot and plenty of humor, PAROLE is a crime thriller in the tradition of Elmore Leonard.
“…A tale that is hard to put down and satisfyingly original: a standout in its genre.” — Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review
Ken Bruen, author of the award-winning Jack Taylor series, called PAROLE “…A joy to read.”
My first novel, Perfectly Healthy Man Drops Dead, is back in a new, slightly revised Tenth Anniversary Edition. Until March 8, the Amazon ebook will be on sale for only 99 cents! If you missed this book the first time around, now is your chance to read it for less than a dollar. Midwest Book Review called Perfectly Healthy Man Drops Dead “a gripping mystery from the first page to the last.” And I’ve been told it’s pretty funny, too. At Amazon, you can purchase and download it on virtually any device.
My two latest books, POTLATCH: A COMEDY and THE DEVIL’S CHAPLAIN, are now available as audio books on Audible, Amazon’s audio book site. If you would like to download and listen to a FREE AUDIO BOOK of either or both of these titles, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you a free PROMOTION CODE which you can use to download a free audio book. (Offer limited to the first 25 requests.)
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In its May 2018 issue, Midwest Book Review, one of the most respected independent book review organizations, has published its review of The Devil’s Chaplain, praising the book as “powerfully wrought” and “thoroughly engrossing… a riveting story that hinges on clues so elusive that the tension is exquisitely drawn.” You can read the full review here.