Celebrate World Book Day with Free Books from Amazon

Download free books from Amazon. (Photo courtesy Canva)

There are few things we get as excited about as free books. Okay, well maybe free food, but you probably saw that coming. But to celebrate World Book Day, we wanted to tell you about 10 free books you can get in your hot little hands right now!

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Chad Zunker’s ‘Runaway Justice’ is a Legal Thriller with Heart [REVIEW]

Can an attorney keep his young client safe from a hit man? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A frightened adolescent. A determined killer. The Feds determined to make someone pay. When an altruistic attorney intervenes, will he be able to save the day once more? Find out in Chad Zunker’s riveting third David Adams thriller, Runaway Justice.

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Chad Zunker’s ‘An Unequal Defense’ Inspires and Entertains [REVIEW]

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When one of Austin’s homeless is accused of murder, young attorney David Adams comes to his rescue. (Photo by Dustin Ground, Flickr)

A man awakens disoriented and confused. He’s wearing clothes he doesn’t recognize. He’s holding a gun he’s never seen before. And in front of him is the body of a man he swears he didn’t kill. Will anyone believe him? Find out in Chad Zunker’s latest novel, An Unequal Defense. Read more of this post

Small Town Mayhem Makes ‘Forgotten Bones’ A Compelling Read [REVIEW]

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A car accident leads to the discovery of a young boy’s body in Vivian Barz’s Forgotten Bones. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A young cop. A schizophrenic professor. The grave of a small boy. When these three elements intersect, it leads to a string of clues and a bigger mystery than anyone ever suspects. But will they be able to solve the case before an old malice catches up with them? Find out in Vivian Barz’s addictive new novel, Forgotten Bones.  Read more of this post

‘When We Believed in Mermaids’ Examines the Innocence of Childhood Through the Lens of a Kaleidoscope [REVIEW]

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Long-buried secrets come to light when two sisters reunite. (Photo by Canva)

Diamond Review BannerThey were as close as two sisters could possibly be. Then the unthinkable happens and one of them is killed in an act of terror. Or was she? What happens when everything you think you know is a lie? Find out in When We Believed in Mermaids, Barbara O’Neal’s powerful new novel about siblings, secrets, and second chances.
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