This week we have Zach Abrams’ thriller ‘Source’, which is on sale at $0.99 / £0.99 until 22nd December:
Effects of several incidents have rocked the Royal National Bank to its core, causing its share price to tumble and world stock markets to ripple. International economic stability is at risk.
Tom is an accomplished journalist from London, and an unhappily married workaholic seeking to advance his career. Sally is single, ambitious and independent. Visiting from Australia, she’s chasing the same story. Eager to research the alleged wrongdoings at RNB exposed by whistleblowers, they become entwined in the investigation, and their trail leads them from London to Glasgow, Manchester, Barcelona and Collioure.
But they tread a dangerous path surrounded by cryptic warnings. Timing and diversity of the events make it almost impossible for the events to be coincidence or incompetence. Is someone powerful and ingenious enough to mastermind the demise of the largest financial institution in the world?
You can connect with Zac on Twitter @authorway and on Facebook at facebook.com/zach.abrams2
Next is Barbara Roman’s fantasy novel ‘The Crystal Clipper’, which is $0.99 / £0.99 until 21st December:
Deaf teen David Nickerson’s life is in crisis. His mother has died in a car crash and his sister Sally, now confined to a wheelchair, has mysteriously disappeared.
Desperate to find her, David experiments with sacred crystals and accidentally conjures the supernatural ship, Moon Singer, which transports him through time and space on a fantastic, dangerous journey.
The people David encounters all have a connection to him, their lives destined to intertwine. Strangely, in this other world, David finds he can hear for the first time in years. This gift foretells his destiny: to explore the contrast between good and evil and to save a life that means more to him than his own.
You can connect with Barbara on Twitter @BMoonSinger1 or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Author.BRomanMoonSinger