Friday, 30 August 2013

Orangeberry FreeMe #420

Orangeberry FreeMe #420
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Friday, 30th August 2013
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The Grey Stone Conspiracy – W.S. Mitchell
Genre – Mystery
Rating – G
2.8 (5 reviews)
Free until 31 August 2013
Sam and Karen felt an immediate attraction to each other. While they shared a determination to build their relationship, each felt trapped behind the emotional wall they built for themselves. Karen’s life experience has left her with a strong sense of distrust and an obvious fear of rejection. Along with their mutual friends, Bobby and Maggie, Karen and Sam become unintended players in a decades old extortion plot. In a isolated cabin in the mountains of Virginia, they all face potential death as the final victims of the Grey-Stone conspiracy.

Say What?! - Linda C. Newberry
Amazon Kindle US
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Genre - Non Fiction, Faith
Rating - G
4.7 (14 reviews)
Free until 31 August 2013
‘Say What?!’ ‘What’ You Say is Your Future!

Men and women everywhere are wondering how they can change the direction of their lives. ‘What’ you say is important. ‘What’ you say reflects what is going on inside of you at heart level. Pressures from the outside can create havoc in our minds and emotion….this is the book that can help you make that change.

Kenneth Copeland , Joyce Meyer, and Joel Osteen on the Biblical front, and others like Napolean Hill, Vic Conant, Og Mandino and Zig Ziglar on the business front all speak of and use of daily confessions or affirmations to exercise their spirits and to empower themselves (build themselves up) for success.

Successful daily affirmations (or confessions) can be crafted right from the pages of the biggest selling book of all time….The Bible. This book tells how positive confession and directed action brings about success and ‘turn around’ in every area of your life….stress elimination, relationships, finance, decision making, business, health and so much more.

In this book Linda Newberry shows you how she crafted this Bible based confession (one of many) and why this one covers nearly every aspect of your life in God’s undying promise of victory and success. She explains in detail the message in the scripture from the Hebrew definition and how she translated that into a modern day working affirmation.
The Vampire From Hell - Ally Thomas
Genre - Paranormal Fantasy
Rating - PG13
3.7 (131 reviews)
Free until 31 August 2013
According to Rayea, the oldest daughter of Satan, the origin of vampires started in Hell, and it started with her. Rayea isn't daddy's little girl, even if he is the most powerful fallen angel around. He wants her to take an active role in the family business. But she's not interested in his schemes for world domination. Instead she wants to spend her time shopping on the Internet, rescuing humans from a horrific eternity, and practicing martial arts with her seven foot hellhound. Then one day everything changes. 
She’s Not There – Marla Madison
Genre – Suspense
Rating – PG13
4.3 (65 reviews)
Free until 1 September 2013
Women are missing . . .
Is the rising number of abused women who've gone missing a statistical anomaly? Or is a serial killer targeting this vulnerable group of women?
When the Milwaukee Police Department refuses to investigate because no bodies have been discovered, Lisa Rayburn, the clinical psychologist who discovers the anomaly, is drawn into an investigation to discover the cause after one of her own clients goes missing. She finds herself forming an unlikely alliance with a former policewoman turned security consultant, TJ Peacock, and the husbands of two of the missing women who may themselves be murderers.
When TJ is attacked, and a woman looking remarkably like Lisa is found murdered, they know . . . someone is willing to kill to protect his secret.
Can they reveal the killer before he gets to them?
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Eye of the Tiger – Colin Falconer
Genre – Historical Romantic Suspense
Rating – PG
3 (1 reviews)
Free until 1 September 2013
There was no God, no justice. But there was such a thing as hell, and he was living in it. You should have taken the money. He couldn't breathe. He slid down the wall and started to sob.
Why didn't you take the money? Hong Kong, 1992. Ruby Wen is in big trouble. She has stolen a heroin shipment thinking she can sell it to a Mafia connection in California. Now someone's cheated her out of it. She owes money all over town to the worst kind of people. The man she stole from is Red Pole of one of Hong Kong's most notorious triads. Thinking a rival triad stole the heroin he takes it to the streets. Inspector Madeleine Lacey barely has time to count the bodies. But when a British backpacker gets caught in the crossfire, she draws a line in the sand. She just wished the DEA liaison officer would get out of her face and let her do her job. And what was it he was trying to hide? As Hong Kong races towards an uncertain future and a Chinese takeover, its underbelly is brutally exposed in a novel of romance and violence where nothing is what it seems and everyone has a secret to hide. This is the fourth book in The Opium series, described by one critic as 'James Clavell meets The Godfather.' It charts the story of the drug trade in Indochina, from sacks thrown in the back of tiny planes in the nineteen sixties to the multimillion dollar international industry that soon became the plague of the western world.
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Psychic Warrior – Bob Mayer
Genre – Science Fiction
Rating – PG
4.4 (7 reviews)
Free until 1 September 2013
Psychic Warrior takes warfare into the virtual plane through avatars and then reinserts the covert operatives into the real world. The results can be devastating. Mayer uses his real Military experience in the then-classified Special Forces Trojan Warrior program, which was actually conducted, and writes a novel about the new frontier of warfare: the mind.
The Russians sink the submarine USS Thresher in 1963 using their classified psychic project, but something goes awry and all are killed. All except one scientist who plans to take the project to a higher level. Decades later, the Russians unleash Chyort, also known as the ‘Devil’. Chyort is a cyborg that can project into the virtual world with almost limitless power and reassemble his avatar anywhere in real world to wreak havoc. As the Russian mafia steals 20 nuclear warheads to auction them to the highest bidder, Chyort implements his own plan of revenge.
Sergeant Major Jimmy Dalton and a small team of US Green Berets who were originally trained in Trojan Warrior program are thrust into the Psychic Warrior program. The team, called Bright Gate, must battle Chyort on the virtual plane and take their own avatars into the real world. Their mission seems simple. Stop Chyort. If they fail? World War III...
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Luke’s Tale – Carol McKibben
Genre – Drama
Rating – PG13
4.7 (53 reviews)
Free until 3 September 2013
Luke, an intelligent, 89-pound yellow Labrador retriever, has an odd ability to understand human conversations and actions. When his owner’s girlfriend, Sara Colson, discovers she has breast cancer Luke is the sole secret keeper of her disease. Not knowing if she’ll survive, Sara leaves her boyfriend, Ashlundt Jaynes, to shield him from the pain. Luke, knowing how to give unconditional love, is the catalyst bringing the two lovers back together and helps them stay together while Sara and Ashlundt overcome a series of life-changing events.
Ripper: A Love Story – Lance Taubold & Richard Devin
Genre – Historical Romance
Rating – PG13
4.4 (15 reviews)
Free until 2 September 2013
In June Coren Butler married the man of her dreams.
In August the nightmare began…
Prince Edward Albert Victor, The Duke of Clarence is Queen Victoria’s favorite grandson and the most eligible bachelor in England.
Coren Butler has captured his heart in the perfect Cinderella story.
A dream come true.
Then the nightmare begins.
On the night of August 30, 1888 cries of murder echo through the streets of Whitechapel and the most notorious murderer in history has claimed his first victim.
As the murders continue the list of suspects grows, including Coren’s own husband—Prince Edward.
Could the future king of England also be a monstrous serial killer?
Ripper: A Love Story
Snow Day – Dan Maurer
Genre – Suspense
Rating – PG13
4.6 (57 reviews)
Free until 31 August 2013
It happens each winter, and has for over 35 years. Every time the snow starts to fall late in the evening before a school day, the dreams begin again for Billy Stone. They are always the same – there’s a dark tunnel, and there’s blood, lots of blood, and someone is screaming.
In this chilling childhood tale, Billy, recounts the events of one unforgettable day in 1975. On that day, he and his friends played carefree in the snow, until an adventure gone awry left him far from home, staring death in the face, and running from a killer bent on keeping a horrible secret.
Set in a time before Amber Alerts, when horror stories were told around camp fires instead of on the nightly news, Snow Day is a blend of nostalgia and nightmare that makes us question if the good old days were really as good as we remember.
From a new voice in dark fiction comes a thriller about an idyllic childhood turned horrifying; a cautionary tale about how losing sight of the difference between feeling safe and being safe can lead to deadly consequences.
Starting Over – Kathy Clark
Genre – Romance
Rating – PG13
4.4 (9 reviews)
Free until 31 August 2013
When Kate Cramer's husband died in a helicopter crash, the timing couldn't have been worse. Not only is she six months pregnant with her first child, but their transport company, C-Breeze is near bankruptcy and she has no one to fly the remaining helicopter.
Rusty Russell, temporarily visiting the small Texas town, offers to help her out, promising to stay long enough to get the business back off the ground. His skills as a pilot, a mechanic and a salesman save the day, and as he and Kate work together, they form a strong bond of friendship...a friendship that was tested when he was at her side as her baby arrived.
But what felt like a beautiful beginning was shattered by a fierce hurricane and a shocking discovery that threatened to take away everything Kate...and Rusty have grown to love.
Picture Perfect – Alicia Roberts
Genre – Romance
Rating – R
3.8 (31 reviews)
Free until 1 September 2013
Lea Wilson needed a nice, relaxing break. What she didn't need was to run into an annoying, rugged photojournalist - one who lived in her hotel and frequented her fantasies.
There’s no way she’ll ever be with Adam Brenner. He’s unpredictable and risks his life every day – what she needs is a dependable man who wants to settle down. Too bad the chemistry between them is so hot…
Disappearance – NIV Kaplan
Genre – Mystery
Rating – PG16
4.9 (27 reviews)
Free until 31 August 2013

Ever Wonder What Would Happen If Your Girl Disappeared ?

Karen Glass, an American high school graduate, is visiting a Kibbutz in Northern Israel. She meets Mikki who lives in the Kibbutz and they become passionately involved. On her birthday, while they are on a tour of the Golan Heights, she suddenly disappears from Mikki's car.
The police official investigation is abandoned under questionable circumstances; the motive for the presumed kidnapping is unknown and Karen's fate remains a mystery.
Three years later, during an Israeli military raid into Southern Lebanon, a special-forces unit stumbles upon a photo of Karen at the time of her kidnapping. Mikki alerts Karen's sister Lisa, and together they begin a perilous journey across three continents searching for clues that will shed light on the mystery.
They uncover a dark family secret that undermines a plot to prevent a global enterprise from developing illegal weapons.
The Whiskey Tide – M. Ruth Myers
Genre – Historical
Rating – PG13
4.6 (91 reviews)
Free until 31 August 2013
At the height of Prohibition three sisters in a proper Massachusetts family begin smuggling whiskey from Canada in a desperate bid to keep their newly widowed mother and invalid brother in the family home. The novice rum-runners use the only vessel available to them, the family pleasure schooner.
Kate, the bookworm, hatches the plan, sacrificing her last year at Wellesley to make every grueling and dangerous trip. Rosalie risks her engagement to a clergyman to help on the home front – and tends Kate’s gunshot wound from rum-pirates. Aggie, a dazzling flapper hungry for adventure, uses the undertaking to catch the eye of a man she doesn’t realize is a vicious killer.
Kate’s courage in the face of storms, crooks on both sides of the law, and the treacherous tides of the Bay of Fundy changes her view of the world. It also changes the lives of those around her. Joe, the teasing Portuguese-Irish fisherman she hires to captain Pa’s Folly earns money enough to provide previously unimagined help to his poor but close-knit family — but must bear the secret burden of falling in love with Kate. A wealthy old woman dying of loneliness in her cliff-top mansion finds reasons to live. Even Kate’s cousin, shattered in body and spirit by his service in The Great War, is caught in the ripples.
Kate and Aggie’s every success makes their enemies more determined to ruin them. Their gentle cousin becomes an unwitting pawn in a deadly game. The meeting of minds between Kate and Joe, and the mutual attraction they try to deny, forces each to confront the social chasm between them, and the cost of a romance they dare not begin.


























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Total - 120,836

1. Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out
Amazon Kindle - 42,559
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2. Frequent Traveller
Amazon Kindle - 35277
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3. Dora's Essentials - Books, Blogs & Smiles 1
Amazon Kindle - 462
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4. Mirror Me Martha (Short Story)
Amazon Kindle - 281
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5. Drive On Hope (Short Story)
Amazon Kindle - 190
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6. Blog-A-Licious Directory 2012
Amazon Kindle - 1
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7. Pandora's Reading Room 1
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8. The Cat That Barked (Short Story)
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9. Dora's Essentials - Examining Anxiety
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10. Dora's Essentials - Books, Blogs & Smiles 2
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11. Elevenses from Around the World
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12. Genetically Modified Foods vs. Sustainability
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