Free travel Kindle books for 13 Aug 16

The Lady of the Lake: The Frannie Shoemaker Campground Mysteries

by Karen Musser Nortman

A trip down memory lane is fine if you don’t stumble on a body. Frannie Shoemaker and her friends camp at Old Dam Trail State Park near one of Donna Nowak’s childhood homes. They take in the county fair, reminisce at a Fifties-Sixties dance, and check out old hangouts. But the present intrudes when a body surfaces. Donna becomes the focus of the investigation and Frannie wonders if the police shouldn’t be looking closer at the victim’s many enemies. A traveling goddess worshipper, a mystery writer and the Sisters on the Fly add color to the campground.



COLOMBIA: SPANISH TRAVEL PHRASES for ENGLISH SPEAKING TRAVELERS: The most useful 1.000 phrases to get around when travelling in Colombia

by Sarah Retter

Do you want to travel with ease and elegance getting what you need when you need it?
This is the solution for your communication problems when you travel to Colombia.
You can access the phrase you need by using a clickable table of contents that will lead you to the topic you are looking for:

Bank, Bar, Boutique, Bus travel, Business meetings, Café, Car accidents, Car rental, Car travel, Children, Cinema, Communication, Consulate, Customs, Directions, Discomfort, Embassy, Gas station, Hairdresser, Health, Hotel, Luggage, Metro travel, Money, Passport, Personal accidents, Personal information, Phone, Plane and airport, Professions, Restaurant, Supermarket, Taxi, Theatre, Time and date, Train travel, Visa, Weather

Or you can find the phrase you need by searching the keyword in the “search and find” tab of your mobile device.

When you find it you can show the phrase in you mobile device to the person and solve the problem right away!

Download you copy today and travel safe and confident!



Batam & Bintan

by Vanya Vetto

Batam and Bintan can’t make up it’s mind if it wants to be a cheap Singapore or Bali’s ugly sister. The island itself has all the potential to be a leading resort. But the fact that it was first and foremost a haven for pirates who raided ships on the Strait of  Malacca.

That reputation still lingers like a bad smell.The island to this day still has that infamous label as a place to acquire illegal ivory  and fake jade, reports Vanya Vetto, on a lightening tour of the two islands.



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