Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Chop Suey, a novel by Ty Hutchinson

Add one lovable dope.

A cook with a secret past.

Throw in a couple of gang members.

Mix in a pair of Chinatown detectives.

Then combine it all with Ling Chi, death by 1,000 cuts.

And you have the perfect recipe for Chop Suey.

Book Description

When disgraced sales associate, Darby Stansfield, discovers he has six months to save his job, he does what any normal person would do. He freaks.

Desperate to resurrect his career at Teleco Wireless, he conjures up an international scheme filled with the promise of endless high-spending clients. It’s brilliant, it’s successful, and it involves doing business with organized crime.

But soon those closest to him find themselves caught up in his dangerous plan and one of these unknowingly has the power to destroy him. Darby must now make a tough decision––give up on the one good idea he ever had or risk it all.

Chop Suey is a 90,000 word action thriller. That's 381 pages of holy moly.

Priced at $2.99.
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Monday, May 30, 2011

Foxy's Tale, a Novel by Karen Cantwell

A comic, chick lit tale wherein former beauty queen Foxy Anders, who's fallen on hard times, rents an apartment to mysterious, bumbling Myron Standlish who’s arrived in the city looking for a long lost trunk containing who knows what. When Foxy’s teenage daughter, Amanda hooks up with Nick, a cute guy at school, while getting cooking lessons from Foxy's new assistant Knot, they’re all in for some romance with a dash of suspense and a sprinkle of supernatural.

Priced at 99 cents.

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Sunday, May 29, 2011

Pages of Promises, a collection by Stephen James Price

“Pages of Promises is a perfect title for this page-turning collection of short stories, for Stephen James Price is a very promising writer indeed.”--Bentley Little, author of THE BURNING and HIS FATHER'S SON

Pages of Promises is a collection of 14 dark, speculative fiction stories straight out of the twisted imagination of Stephen James Price. From a paean to Stephen King to the child of a serial killer, Price explores dark corners of the human heart with wit and skill. At the end of the volume, Price allows the reader to glimpse the insights and incidents that gave birth to each story.

Price is a Writers of the Future contest finalist and his work also appears in GRAVE CONDITIONS and THE OUTSIDERS.

"Stephen Price's stories have that smart, sharp snap that I look for in a short story ... He cuts deep and fast."
--Rick Hautala, Author of OCCASIONAL DEMONS and REUNION

"From psychological horror to coming-of-age chillers, Price is right--a welcome voice in genre fiction."
--Scott Nicholson, Author of The Red Church and Drummer Boy

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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Wish List, a novel by John Locke

Be careful what you wish for!
When Buddy Pancake and his drinking buddies stumble across the Wish List website, they jokingly post their “impossible” wishes. Imagine their surprise when, one by one, the wishes start coming true! But Buddy and his pals neglected to read the fine print explaining the price they must pay for the wishes they’ve been granted.
Wish list is a compelling, nail-biting, laugh-out-loud thriller in the tradition of Saving Rachel.

Priced at 99 cents.

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Friday, May 27, 2011

Bon Appetit, a novel by Glen Gamble

Jim Money bites off more than he can chew when he goes to collect a gambling debt. He's beaten, shot at, finds out that his girlfriend is involved with his best friend, and is forced to work with a woman he despises all in one day.

In trying to discover what is going on, a more sinister truth is brought to light.

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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Night Journey, a novel by Goldie Browning

Two nights at America’s most haunted hotel, a spooky ghost tour with a visit to a former morgue, and a family wedding—all the ingredients for a fun-filled weekend. Emma and Zan Fuller have never been to the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas—at least not in this lifetime. But the ghosts that haunt the former cancer hospital remember Emma, and they won’t rest until she’s joined them once again. When a bizarre accident almost claims her life, her soul is catapulted backward in time to 1938. Things get even worse while she lies comatose, however, because she is now a target for an organ transplant scheme.

It’s Depression Era 1938 when Ivy Turner meets Harry Fuller. Love happens quickly, but they’ll never live happily ever after if her parents have their way. Despite their objections, the couple elopes. Wedded bliss soon turns to despair, however, when Harry is arrested and Ivy is sent to the Baker Cancer Hospital. But Ivy doesn’t have cancer. She’s pregnant with Harry’s child—the child who will someday become Zan Fuller’s father.

Emma wakes up, but not the way she’d expected. Her soul has entered the cancer-riddled body of a woman who had died only moments before. And to make matters worse, she’s trapped in time—it’s 1938. She’s back at the Crescent Hotel, which is now the Baker Cancer Hospital. The people who had once been simply characters in a ghost story are now living, breathing human beings. But Emma’s biggest worry is Zan’s grandmother, Ivy. If anything happens to her or her baby, Zan will never exist. Can Emma, imprisoned in a sick and dying body, rescue Ivy and Harry? Can Zan, in 2011, prevent the hospital from ending her life support and harvesting her heart?

Priced at $2.99.
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Sunday, May 8, 2011

Been Sick, Sorry

Sorry readers, but I've been extremely sick this week.  I will get back to the posts later today or tomorrow.

Thanks for understanding.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Mostly Human, a Novella by Meikle, Lockley, Savile & Nicholson

The English Lake District is a haven of tranquility, a place for hill walkers, mountain climbers and those in search of solitude. But when the rains arrive it becomes a desolate landscape where malevolence rises up from the depths and death is not far behind. It has struck before and this time it has to be stopped.

From the imaginations of four authors working as one comes a menace that is Mostly Human.

The Extended Version has bonus short stories from each of the four authors.

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Sunday, May 1, 2011

Love Tattoo,a novel by Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy

One kiss changess everything Cara Riley knows into ignorance but she's willing to learn.  She detours from her planned shot at a Nashville singing career to see just where this wild fever with sexy Will Brennan may take her.   They prowl Beale Street by night, ride the midnight trolley, and they're falling into love fast.   He has his quirks - he sleeps days, plays at night, quotes Shakespeare and exudes sensual appeal - but when he takes Cara to his home, she learns the secret he's kept for over two hundred years.   Whether or not they can find a future together is up to Cara.
Priced at $4.99.
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Distracted, a novel by Phillip Thomas Duck

For fans of Lee Child, Walter Mosley, and Barry Eisler, comes a novella about hard men, and even harder choices...


Shell, a killer-for-hire, is the hardest of these men. Nevertheless, someone has infiltrated his Network. They have the five women closest to him. And they will start murdering these women—one every twenty-four hours—unless Shell meets their demands. Just one demand, actually: kill Roger Coke. But killing Coke, a brutal gun and drug trafficker, is no easy task. Making the job even more difficult is the sudden presence of Coke's girlfriend, a stunning beauty in desperate need of a savior. But why must her greatest moment of need come just as Shell is set to make his kill?

Killing is tough business, especially when you're...

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