Free travel Kindle books for 20 Feb 15

Follow Triangle – Vanish: Marsha & Danny Jones Thriller

by Ken Rossignol

Join Marsha & Danny Jones as they continue to secure the safety of the Sea Empress, now on its way to the Caribbean. Sen. Lyndon Langdon, the choice of the President to fill a coming vacancy on the Supreme Court is onboard. An expert is on the ship to discuss the history of the Bermuda Triangle. The Sea Empress arrives at St. Thomas to a remarkable discovery.



Moving to Costa Rica with Kids: Expat Stories from The Family Freedom Project: Episodes 1 to 4 (Moving Abroad with Kids)

As she was writing The Family Freedom Project: A Step-by-Step Guide to Living Abroad with Kids. From Dream to Plan to Reality, Liisa Vexler began to collect accounts from the expats she met in life and travel. How did they come to live the life they did?

Each of their stories is unique and different, yet something about each one is also familiar. No matter where the families came from there was no doubt that there is a unifying theme. Each family has come looking for change. They are searching for more time with their family and more connection to each other, to their community and to the world in which they live.

As a way of introducing you to The Family Freedom Project and the Expat Stories episodes, this sampling of four episodes, each telling the story of a single family, was compiled.

Each story and each family has a unique story, but there is a common thread that runs through them. There is always an underlying desire for connection and time that has people leaving their hectics life in search of an adventure or a new forever home. These stories will inspire and entertain you.



The Sumo Wrestler (An Ennin Mystery #33)

by Ben Stevens

In the Japanese city of Osaka, seven moneylenders have been found dead in mysterious circumstances.

While investigating this, Ennin and his servant Kukai are invited to attend a major sumo tournament – and then one of the ‘rikishi’ (sumo wrestlers) drops down dead in front of them…

Meanwhile, nearby, a female artist creates woven designs of dazzling complexity and breathtaking color, her mysterious assistant expertly dyeing the threads in a steam-filled room with brick ovens…

What could possibly connect all these things together…?

Ennin investigates…

This is the 33rd Ennin mystery.

NOW AVAILABLE: The Ennin Mysteries: Collected Series 1 – 5 (25 Stories) MEGAPACK

Amazon reviews for ENNIN (various titles)

‘An excellent Japanese detective series… I enjoy each and every story…’ R. Russell

‘Entertaining read with Holmesian overtones, but very different setting…’ Gerry H

‘Once you start this, I’m betting you won’t be able to set it down until you finish it…’ Judy

‘The author weaves intrigue, subterfuge and cunning into a very enjoyable story…’ J. Cepeda

‘Historical setting and cultural background are excellently researched…’ D. Werdin

‘Wonderful… Like a Japanese room arrangement with clean lines keeping clutter to a minimum…’ AcerAcer

‘Ben Stevens is masterful. I can’t wait to read his next set of stories…’ Kindle Customer

‘This Japanese detective is a fine addition to the burgeoning field of Asian historical detectives which began with Judge Dee (China) and runs through I.P. Parker’s Akitada…’ Mcb.

‘If you like the Akitada books, you will enjoy this….’ Mamakile

‘Something out of the ordinary… Well worth the read…’ Amazon Customer

‘The Sensei is a brilliant detective. Ben Stevens, as always rocks. He’s one heck of a storyteller…’ Lisa

‘I can’t stop reading this series! If you love historical mysteries, you will love the period and cultural detail…’ Pauline

‘Atmosphere, poetry and menace…’ ThisandThat

‘A feudal Japanese Sherlock Holmes… This ever-evolving excellent series… Vivid imagery and graphic detail which are a trademark of this writer…’ Deborah Chaytor

‘Try it… and like it… I don’t look for mysteries from the middle ages, even ones set in Japan, but for some reason I love this series… Well-written…’ Amazon Customer

‘The story develops wonderfully…’ Dave. N

‘Loved it!… Simply amazed… I thoroughly enjoyed this read…’ Edwina Callan

‘Cleverly written and filled with facts regarding old Japan…. Very similar to Holmes and Watson…’ Eileen Sedgwick

‘Good job. Very enjoyable…’ Sid

‘If you like the Akitada books, you will enjoy this…’ Mamakile

‘I loved this…’ MaidenStull

‘A prime example of deductive reasoning, set within feudal Japan…’ Jennifer

‘Ennin and his faithful servant are the Holmes and Watson of the East. The mysteries are well plotted. Sesshu is the Moriarty of the piece. If you are a Sherlock fan you should like Ennin…’ Amazon Customer, NJ United States

‘The mysteries are intriguing and unusual… Couldn’t put the stories down… Well worth the price…’ Jay Gold

‘Mystery from historic Japan… like Holmes and Watson, but in an Asian setting…’ Nysaa

‘Good book… the story takes you back in time…’ Santex

‘Very powerful…’ Bill

‘Delightful short story… Enjoy!…’ PeaTee (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

‘(The) Ennin series is intriguing… Recommend these stories to all…’ Chris

‘Stevens has created an interesting character and placed him in in a colorful place and time in history. Stevens is cranking out stories with a certain rapidity now. That’s great news to those of us who enjoy his stories….’ Abby Normal

‘Atmospheric, intriguing and entertaining… feels as if it is both contemporary and traditional. A rare achievement…’ Kenny51

‘Holmes and Watson in Ancient Japan… The puzzles are ingenious…’ D.T J



What To Do In Kansas?: 40 Things To Do While Visiting or Traveling Through the State

by M.C. Beech

This book highlights the top activities, destinations and tourist attractions in Kansas. Whether visiting Kansas for vacation or just passing through on your way to another destination, Kansas offers exciting museums, historical sites, zoos and parks, and activities you won’t want to miss.

Author M.C. Beech was born and raised in central Kansas.



The Travel Hacking Pocket Guide: Work the Airlines’ System, Save Money, and Travel the World

by James Zeller

I know you’ve seen them buzzing around in your news feed. It seems like every time you log on they’ve uploaded more pictures from their recent trips to Mexico, Europe, Thailand. I bet you even resent them a little bit, don’t you? You want to travel too, but it’s “just too expensive.”

What if I told you that traveling didn’t have to be expensive? That you could go pretty much anywhere in the world, departing from your nearest airport, for less money then you spent going out last weekend. That you could swim in underwater caves in Mexico, go surfing in the Philippines, or hang gliding in New Zealand in just a few months. Would you believe me?

Over the past few years, I’ve accumulated hundreds of thousands of frequent flyer miles from multiple airlines without changing anything about my daily life (ok I lied, I quit my job to travel more). These miles have enabled me to explore the Jungles of the Yucatan Peninsula, backpack through Central America, and fly consistently for next to no cost.

If you’ve gotten this far, I know that you too want to make a positive change in your life- one that involves traveling more. This guide was written to help you make that change. Inside you’ll find out:

– Three proven ways to rack up thousands of miles quickly, without ever flying

– Where to find the best prices on flights- both reward and non-reward

– How to determine the best bonus mileage offers and pick the right one

(and a lot more too)

The tools in this book will give you everything you need to not only get started in Travel Hacking, but to see it all the way through until your flights are booked and you’re packing your bags. You will easily be able to accumulate at least 25,000 miles by implementing just a few of the strategies in this book.

It’s your choice: You can take the leap, learn the system, and be in Costa Rica in three months, or you can go back to Amazon and buy some more crap you don’t really need. It’s up to you.



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