Wow, in terms of number of clicks the book I told you about yesterday that was just a penny was extremely popular: the book ranking went from the 97,000 range to #5 in the Amazon Kindle store. In case you missed that post, click here or type in http://bit.ly/ktjpEY into your computer’s web browser.
Now, some of you may say I am going against the spirit of this “free” eBook blog by listing something that actually costs money. I would agree with the purists on one hand, but on the other hand – and a valid point, I believe – you just can’t buy anything for a penny anymore, not since the piece of gum I used to buy from a bin from 7-11 as a kid a few decades ago.
So, I looked around the Amazon Kindle website and found another book in the Kindle format that is listed for just a penny called Love Springs / Prelude: Two Inspector Monde Tales of Strange and Terrible Adventures by John Booth. You can try it out if you click here or type in http://amzn.to/kWVDjw into your computer’s web browser. Let’s see if we can move this one up from its current ranking of #13,171.
Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:
A woman, a man, each searching for the other, fear etched in their eyes as Inspector Monde seeks to understand. Only he knows if the bridge will reveal their secrets.
An invitation, a warning, a clue. An old case that still haunts Inspector Monde resurfaces and he suspects revenge. Even Cervantes and his kind flee the evil that postures and taunts and lures Inspector Monde to a place of such corruption that the unthinkable becomes real.
Inspector Monde walks the dark side of Paris where the supernatural can be found. Every police force has an Inspector Monde though they try to deny it. When the blood chills and the hairs on the back of the neck rise they send for him and don’t look too closely at what he does. For the Inspector does not particularly believe in the Law but will fight for Justice to his last breath.
From the Author:
Book 5 in a series of 7
Charles Monde is one of my favorite creations. The stories are set at the beginning of the sixties. Monde has been touched by death and has an affinity with ghosts. This is fortunate because the ghosts of Paris are often unaware of their status, can look and act like those of flesh and blood. They have a tendency to seek revenge.
If you like twisty, creepy little ghost stories then Monde should be right up your street.
Why not give him a go?
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