Freebie flash! Chasing, Billy

Freebie flash! Chasing, Billy

As usual, I don’t vouch for these books, and they come from companies that are not (to my knowledge) blocking text-to-speech. As promotional titles, they may not be free for long. Note: these books are free in the USA: prices in other countries may vary.

Billy Boyle: A World War II Mystery
Billy Boyle #1
by James R. Benn
published by Soho Press (a publisher with a focus on “literary fiction” )

This one has an interesting premise and the series is up to at least five books.  Billy Boyle is an Irish police officer in Boston who ends up investigating crimes during World War II.  The reviews and blurbs are pretty good.  I’ll probably give this one a try.

This next one is another of those “free samples” from Macmillan and imprints.  It’s unclear to me whether this is a full book or not.  I’ve got the question into Macmillan…

Chasing the Night 
By Iris Johansen
published by St. Martin’s Press (a general interest publisher part of Macmillan)

Johansen is a New York Times bestselling author, and this is the latest in her series featuring Eve Duncan.  There is a through story to these, but I think you could read it separately…if you’ve read these, feel free to comment.  This is listed as a “free preview”, so it might be only part of the book…but it might be more than the normal free sample we can get with just about any book.  on the other hand, it could be the whole book…don’t know yet.  🙂

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


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