Freebie flash! Donald E. Westlake, Ethel White, and more

Freebie flash! Donald E. Westlake, Ethel White, and more

As usual, I don’t vouch for these books, and none of them block text-to-speech access. As promotional titles, they may not be free for long. Note: these books are free in the USA: prices in other countries may vary.

Ancient Awakening (The Ancient)
by Matthew Bryan Laube
published by CreateSpace (independent)

The Hawk And His Boy (The Tormay Trilogy #1)
by Christopher Bunn

The Wheel Spins
by Ethel White
published by RosettaBooks

This 1936 novel was the basis for Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes

The Calm
by William Butler

The Saga Hoard Volume 1 (Temple Libary Collection – The Saga Hoard)
edited by Mark Ludwig Stinson
published by Jotun’s Bane Kindred

These are translations of 10th and 11th Century works, I believe.

The Dark, Dark House
by Lynette Ferreira

Broadmoor Revealed: Victorian Crime and the Lunatic Asylum
by Mark Stevens

Death with a Conscience
by Andre Cruz

Nikolas and Company Episode 1: Nick Lyons (Nikolas and Company: A Creature Most Foul)
by Kevin McGill, illustrated by Carlyle McCullough
published by Aero Studios (independent?)

When Hummers Dream: A Milford-Haven Story
by Mara Purl
published by Bellekeep Books (independent)

Dog, Passing Through
by Andre Cruz

God Save the Mark
by Donald E. Westlake
published by RosettaBooks

The House of Dr. Edwardes
by Frances Breeding
published by RosettaBooks

The basis for Hitchcock’s Spellbound

The Fifth Beauty
by Ellison James

Mary Magdalene: A Woman Who Loved
by Steve Copland

I, Zombie
by Nick Spalding, Clive Bonnet
published by Racket Publishing (independent?)

The Ant-Man of Malfen (The Chronicles of the Nameless Dwarf)
by D.P. Prior, illustrated by C.S. Marks
published by Homunculus (independent?)

by Deana Zholis
published by Night Before Day (independent?)

This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the I Love My Kindle blog.

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2 Responses to “Freebie flash! Donald E. Westlake, Ethel White, and more”

  1. Jen White Says:

    I miss your e-book recommendations for publishers (vs. independents :-)) You haven’t “lost’ me…I just miss them!

    • bufocalvin Says:

      Thanks for writing, Jen!

      I really appreciate that feedback! I’ve been on a huge project at work for the past couple of weeks, and that has impacted the topics a bit. I was just thinking about doing more about books…haven’t done much on that in a while.

      Tell me a little more about what you are missing…that could help. :)

      One thing I haven’t been able to do as well is write about the freebies in the Freebie Flashes…but that’s because there are so many more of them!

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