Free advice and self-help Kindle books for 05 Apr 18

Blood Week (The Saint and the Sinner Book 1)

by J.D. Martin

Criminals of Kansas City are being murdered and displayed to the public. In an annual ritual known as Blood Week, bodies appear around the city for seven days until the vigilante goes into hiding again. While the public debates, Detective Alexander Saint is charged with stopping the killer. He may be a playboy with a trust fund, but he takes his job on the force seriously. Teaming up with his new partner, Marcus Delgado, they must discover the meaning behind the clues written in Latin at each crime scene before he disappears for another year.

The detectives search for the killer in an investigation that forces them to deal with the morality of vigilantism. Is he doing the police a favor by cleaning up the streets, or circumventing the justice system by declaring himself judge, jury, and executioner? Saint and his partner must decide where they draw the line between justice and murder.

The Promise of More: The Home Series, Book Three

by Gretchen Tubbs

Devastated by his best friend’s rejection, Miller Ashby leaves the only home he’s ever known, headed straight down a path of destruction. Countless nights of drinking and nameless women aren’t helping diminish the pain that Lucy’s inflicted.

A chance encounter leads him to Fairhope, Alabama, and straight to Andi Bankston, who’s running from her own past. Determined to put the pieces of their lives back together, Andi and Miller strike up an unlikely friendship that eventually leads to a complicated arrangement of something more.

Can these two broken individuals heal each other, or will their pasts tear them apart?

This book is the third in The Home Series, but can be read as a stand-alone. Not suitable for readers under 18.

A Lucky Day: Finalist in the Indie Literary Prize Contest by Amazon

by Carlos J. Server

Finalist in the First Annual Indie Literary Prize Contest by Amazon.

#1 bestselling novel in Kindle format on Amazon in Spain, the United States, Mexico, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Holland, and Italy.

More than 550 days in the top 100 bestselling novels on Amazon Spain.


“The cast of characters in A Lucky Day are some of the best developed, sharpest drawn I’ve read in a long time. (In any genre, by any author). If you are looking to read a book that is different from anything sitting on the selves around it – pick up A Lucky Day.”

-RJ McGill

” The book definitely keeps you guessing right up until the very end. A Lucky Day serves as a nice break from reality. It is a little reminder that sometimes things do work out.”

-Sara Southard

“It was a fun journey, which almost anyone might enjoy. I definitely recommend it, especially if seeking a fun, fast moving read as escapism from the daily issues so many people face today.”

-Red Haircrow


“Finally, something original.”

“A plot, characters, and settings that draw you into an intriguing story spiced with comic moments. You won’t be able to put it down until the very last page.”

“Un día con suerte is one of those books you just can’t stop reading. The novel’s engaging cast of quirky characters will hook you from the very beginning.”

“All the characters are interesting and multifaceted. The priest is a truly original character.”

“This book will make you smile! The priest is an unforgettable character.”

“Amazing characters.”

“The essential comedy for our age.”

“A must-read.”

“The best comic novel I’ve ever read.”



The largest prize ever awarded by the EuroMillions lottery has been won by a lucky someone from a small village on the French Riviera. What starts out as the happiest day in history for the local inhabitants soon turns into a race against the clock to find the lucky winner and cash in the lottery ticket. A priest with verbal incontinence, a sweet little old lady with secret sexual fantasies about the local butcher, a village mayor who’s held power for thirty years, and a mailman in love with the wife of a villainous baker are just a few of the quirky characters who will make you laugh and occasionally bring a tear to your eye as you enjoy everyday situations taken to extremes. A Lucky Day is a heartwarming comedy peopled by a highly entertaining cast of characters.

Truly a novel to be savored slowly, if possible.

Deadly Impressions

by Art Johnson

“The intrigue and suspense is off the charts.” Melanie Adkins, Top Amazon Reviewer.

FBI special Agent Chris Clarke and his partner Carlos Chubbs Gonzales are off to Los Angeles to investigate the kidnapping of a twenty-four year old heiress. Her grandfather, multi-billionaire Ezekiel Fick, who has the President of the United States on speed-dial, cracks the whip over the Mayor of Los Angeles, which puts L.A. Police Chief Fergus McCreary on the hot seat to find Stephanie Fick–and fast.

Arnold Blackburn, an ex-LAPD Lieutenant recently booted off the force who is now a Private Detective in L.A. County is called on to help. Blackburn has respect from both sides of the law, which gives him access to information the LAPD isn’t privy to.

But Stephanie’s abductors won’t follow the rule book. A week goes by and yet no ransom is demanded. Why was she kidnapped if not for money? Her grandfather has a Swiss/German background, and his uncle was a key architect under the wing of Adolph Hitler during World War II. Some of Hollywood’s most famous may also be involved. Some of them had relatives in Europe during the war, whose art collections were confiscated by the Nazi regime.

With Arney in tow, Chris and Chubbs make their way through the murky waters of Hollywood to find clues which don’t connect until the very end. The action travels to Cannes, France, Monaco and Tunisia with all roads leading back to L.A. as the conclusion smacks you in the face like a wet boxing glove in the dark. You won’t see this one coming, you can bet on that!

Deadly Impressions asks hard questions about the past and the answers will dictate who lives and who doesn’t.

Girl in Trouble (An Alex Mercer Thriller Book 1)

by Stacy Claflin

He gave up his daughter years ago, but now he’ll risk his life to save hers.

Alex Mercer is no stranger to kidnappings. The emotional scars still run deep from his sister’s disappearance years earlier. His daughter Ariana remains safe long after her adoption, and he cherishes the few times a year he gets to see her. The joy is palpable when he takes her on their first one-on-one outing. At least until he pauses to answer a text and Ariana disappearsâ?¦

Wracked with guilt and determined to find answers, Alex teams up with an unlikely ally at the police department. As the clues reveal a pattern of missing girls, the kidnapping case becomes a race against time to save Ariana. What cost is Alex willing to pay to keep his daughter alive?

Girl in Trouble is the first book in a series of thrilling stand-alone novels spun off from the USA Today bestselling Gone Trilogy. If you like heart-pounding suspense, page-turning action, and characters you’ll never forget, then you’ll love Stacy Claflin’s engrossing new series.

Read Girl in Trouble today!

The Poppy Field

by Christine Marion Fraser

On the cusp of adulthood, Velana Domingo’s world is turned upside down when her childhood sweetheart has to leave the small town of Olhao in Southern Portugal to become a priest. Shortly afterwards, the sudden death of her father results in her mother revealing a dark truth from the past, announcing that her real father is instead a charismatic Scotsman named Ian McKinnon.

As Velana’s life is no longer what it used to be, she embarks on a hugely successful music career where she soon tours Europe for months on end. As she finds love with promoter Hamish McQueen, Velana is drawn to the remote islands of Scotland and is determined to meet her real father.

The Poppy Field is a romance-filled novel where fate plays a heavy role. As Velana travels through life back to her home in Portugal, characters interweave, revealing the importance in family, friendship and forgiveness. Christine Marion Fraser and Frank Ian Galloway produce this heart-warming novel full of surprise and suspense; perfect for fans of romantic drama.

Christine Marion Fraser was one of Scotland’s best-selling authors. She was the author of the much-loved Rhanna series, a Scottish saga set on the Hebridean island of Rhanna. She also wrote the acclaimed King’s Croft series as well as the Noble series. Christine’s formative years were spent in the post-war Govan district of Glasgow and she spent her later life in Argyll with her husband.

Frank Ian Galloway was born in Glasgow but at an early age moved to Argyll with his family. There he grew up amidst the splendour of the beautiful Cowal Peninsula. As a young boy he went to sea with the War Dept and worked with bomb disposal. Later he went into the construction trade where he met and worked with many memorable characters. A born storyteller, Frank always kept his family entranced by his tales and took up his pen in a more serious way to write novels.

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