Friday Free Books – 20th January 2017

Friday Free Books – 20th January 2017

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This weeks top picks of FREE to download books from various genres, including non-fiction, and children’s books. Hopefully we have chosen something that you can all enjoy.

1- Debt of Fear (Logan Falcone Series Book 1) by Michael Reid Jr
Military/Suspense

Debt of Fear by Michael Reid Jr

Logan Falcone had finally stopped reliving the events in Iraq when a phone call from Samantha forced him to leave his detached reality. A terrorist attack in Paris hinted at American involvement and she feared a cover-up. A second attack, this time in Chicago, starts to open a deceitful door into a terrorist cell.

Logan uses his old connections, a group of recon marines, and as much assistance as Samantha can give without compromising her job with the FBI. Leads fall through their fingers and it appears there’s a leak in the government. In the end, it comes down to Logan’s intuitive training and ability to read people.

Will Logan be able to tap into who he used to be? Or will his fears of another loss dictate his actions, causing even more attacks and American deaths?

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2- The Keys to my Diary – Fern by Ann Omasta
Romance/Humour

The Keys to my Diary by Ann Omasta

Would YOU like to take a peek inside my diary? I guess I’m jumping ahead…we haven’t even been introduced. My name is Fern Burns. (Yes, I know it is a ridiculous moniker. If you met my flighty mother, you would understand.) By some wonderful stroke of good luck, I live in the beautiful, tropical Florida Keys. Oh, and I am not your typical Contemporary Romance heroine.

In this journal, I share the sometimes wacky, often wild, and always entertaining stories of my life for the year. From the love-hate relationship I develop with the book, The Secret, to having to deal with cursing parrots and a road filled with skittering crabs, the summations of my offbeat daily life should make for an interesting and fun read.

I treat my diary like my best friend as I openly write about my hopes and dreams, my thoughts and fears, and my triumphs and embarrassments. This is a particularly exciting year because I finally meet the man of my dreams! Or is he?

This fast-paced story is an intimate look inside my life as I go all-in and hand over the keys to my diary. Go ahead…Take a PEEK!

 

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3- The Alpha Plague by Michael Robertson
Thriller/Sci Fi/Zombies

The Alpha Plague by Michael Robertson

Rhys is an average guy who works an average job in Summit City—a purpose built government complex on the outskirts of London.

The Alpha Tower stands in the centre of the city. An enigma, nobody knows what happens behind its dark glass.

Rhys is about to find out.

At ground zero and with chaos spilling out into the street, Rhys has the slightest of head starts. If he can remain ahead of the pandemonium, then maybe he can get to his loved ones before the plague does.

 

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4- The Seventh Sense (Mystics Book 1) by Kim Richardson
YA/Fantasy

The Seventh Sense by Kim Richardson

Zoey never asked for the abilities that almost cost her her life.

Wrenched from everything she knows, she is whisked away to the Hive to be trained as an Operative for The Agency—a secret, elite group of supernatural peacekeepers.

She must call upon her abilities on a daily basis, leading dangerous missions to bring down masses of evil, otherworldly creatures. But when Zoey learns of an explosive secret, she must embark on her most dangerous mission yet, a quest that could change the fate of the world.

 

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5- The Woman Who Lost Her Face by NBC News & Meredith Vieira
Non-Fiction

The Woman who lost her face

Viciously attacked by a chimpanzee in 2009, Charla Nash was left so severely disfigured that she no longer had eyes to see the world, hands to feel it or even a face to show it. By her own doctors’ accounts, she never should have survived her injuries.

Charla’s story is one of incredible strength, fierce determination and cutting-edge medicine. NBC News and Meredith Vieira have been covering the story since the life-altering attack, documenting Charla’s unfaltering spirit and the remarkable surgeries that not only kept her alive, but gave her a new face and, ultimately, restored her very humanity.

Featuring candid and exclusive interviews with Charla, her family, her doctors and the chimpanzee’s owner, The Woman Who Lost Her Face is an intimate look at Charla’s life before and after the attack. This in-depth account takes you inside the operating rooms and hospitals where medical history was made and includes new details about the chimpanzee who mauled Charla to the brink of death and the woman who raised the animal as her son.

The Woman Who Lost Her Face also features never-before-seen images of Charla and insight from the NBC News producers and reporters who covered the story.

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6- Fierce Winds and Fiery Dragons (Dusky Hollows Book 1)
Children’s

Fierce Winds and Fiery Dragons by Nan Sweet

Ivy and Carrie love their new classroom even if the new teacher is a little strange.

When Mrs. Huffity asks for volunteers to care for an egg, Ivy doesn’t budge. She’s had a few scary dreams about that egg and wants nothing to do with it.

But when trouble comes, Ivy defends the egg. In her desire to save the baby that hatches, Ivy is tossed into the middle of an adventure. She discovers more than she ever wanted to know about fierce winds and fiery dragons.

 

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Prices correct as of 20th January 2017

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