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Bargain Book of the Week – Fake True Love

 

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He needed a fake girlfriend on his arm, but he got a real lover in his bed, and if they aren’t careful, their passion may just sweep them away. Dana, newly fired from her position at Parker Industries, has no issues telling her former boss, one delicious Cole Parker, just what she thinks of him.

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Bargain Book of the Week – Chez Stinky

 

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Kat Stevens is a slightly insecure, mostly bored technical writer who likes her cat a lot more than her boss. She hasn’t laid eyes on her great aunt Abigail since she was eight, so she’s stumped when she inherits Abigail’s house in the small hamlet of Alpine Grove.

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Bargain Book of the Week – The Monopoly Man

 

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The Monopoly Man is the perverse story of a very disturbed man, Erik Duka a psychopath completely devoid of conscience, or remorse for an ongoing string of horrendous murders committed in Atlantic City NJ.

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Bargain Book of the Week – Blood Red Sun

 

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Japan is at the brink of surrender. It is the eve of the Emperor’s announcement of his country’s acceptance of the Allied terms of surrender. But a core of fanatical extremists in the Emperor’s military, descended from the legendary Samurai warriors of feudal Japan–and other, more shadowy factions of power shrouded in the mysteries of this ancient society–vow never to surrender. The overthrow of the Emperor is only the first step in their insane scheme.

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Bargain Book of the Week – Just Love Me

 

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Justin

I’m God’s gift to women. What can I say?

When I’m out and about, I catch the ladies checking out the goods.

I’m at the beach today, and my sister has her posse of friends with her.

One, in particular, is beyond beautiful, with a killer body to match.

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Bargain Book of the Week – The Last Necromancer

 

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For five years, Charlotte (Charlie) Holloway has lived as a boy in the slums. But when one theft too many gets her arrested, her only means of escape lies with a dead man. Charlie hasn’t raised a spirit since she first discovered she could do so five years ago. That time, her father banished her. This time, she brings even more trouble upon herself.

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Bargain Book of the Week – The Call House

 

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A war on vice In Washington, DC—a city constantly awash in scandals? Hard to believe, but it really happened. Only not exactly the way it’s told here.

In an upscale residential neighborhood, in a perfectly respectable apartment building, one of the best-known, high-priced call houses on the East Coast operates quietly on the top floor. Everything goes along smoothly until the DC Police and the FBI try to outdo each other in waging a war on vice.

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Bargain Book of the Week – Shoot to Wound

 

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From award winning screenwriter and Amazon bestselling author Dustin Stevens comes the first book under the pseudonym T.R. Kohler, a gripping action thriller with equal parts suspense and mystery!

Five years ago, Remy Bomar found himself on the wrong end of a military operation in Syria that went terribly wrong, the results catastrophic, his reaction to walk away just years short of his pension and return to his family in Oregon. There he stays, tucked away from the world, until recent events force him out of hiding.

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Bargain Book of the Week – Cursed by Magic

 

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Immerse yourself in the riveting world of vampires, shifters, mages, witches, ghosts, mediums, angels, and all things magic.

A thrilling collection of the finest in urban fantasy. Sit back and binge on five full-length novels that will have you on the edge-of-your-seat. Romance, magic, mystery, and shocking twists that will leave you breathless.

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Bargain Book of the Week – The Four Corners of the World

 

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A scintillating collection of mysteries and adventures from the brilliant mind of A. E. W. Mason

When Archie Cranfield’s father asked Mr. Twiss to look after his son as well as advise him financially, the solicitor had no idea what he was agreeing to. A furtive smile permanently etched on his face, Archie lives alone in the countryside.

His neighbors do not like him, and Captain Brayton, a former schoolmate, had a falling-out with him years ago and has not seen him since. Then the oddest surprise of all—Archie invites Brayton for a weekend visit and the captain winds up dead. Is it suicide, or is the young Mr. Cranfield as guilty as he looks?

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