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Kindle First is a program that offers customers early access to new Kindle books across popular genres from Amazon Publishing.

Every month customers may choose one of the books selected by our editors for $1.99.
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Looking for more reading material? Browse this month’s $3.99 and under Kindle deals.

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And I Thought Divorce Was Bad: With Other Life Lessons eBook $1.99

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And I Thought Divorce Was Bad: With Other Life Lessons by Willnona Marie is now on sale for $1.99!

When your life changes where do you find yourself? How do you find yourself? This is a collection of short stories and poems describing the journey of two women as they cope with life, accept the changes, and discover their new selves.

Even if you don’t have a Kindle, you can read the ebook on a variety of devices (including your computer) using one of Amazon’s free reading apps.

Fallen Hero FREE for the Kindle

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Right now, Fallen Hero by G.J. Griffiths is FREE for the Kindle!

FALLEN HERO is about a man who seems to spend his life building bridges: Bridges between his unknown origins and his aspirations in life. Once he finds a tenuous link to his biological father Chris Squires cannot help but follow its path. Despite his misgivings he seeks out his roots. Fallen Hero is also about a man who is trying to reconcile the realities of war, and life, with his disappointment over his lost inner hopes for the dad he needed to find.
Two boys about to become teenagers: Christopher, born just after the end of World War Two, grows up in the UK; Fritz, orphaned by a bomb dropped on his German home in that same terrible war, befriended by a US marine. When Christopher discovers he was adopted he seeks to find his biological father. Fritz never gets the chance to grow much older and is found dead in the back of General George Patton’s Cadillac at the end of the war.
Chris Squires is a confused man, constantly seeking his hero father-figure. The British baby boomer is surprised to find he has a connection with Fritz. Chris discovers the link through Jimmy Lucas, a GI veteran, who he believes could be his father. But his surprise turns to horror when he learns that Jimmy was involved in the death of both Patton and the boy.
Did he kill General George Patton, one of the greatest Generals of the twentieth century? Did he kill an orphaned German boy at the end of World War Two? If the answer to any or all of these questions is Yes! how will Chris cope with the rest of his life?
A confrontation creates further tragedy for Chris, for Jimmy, and for Walt – the man who had saved Jimmy’s life! Chris panics and retreats back to Britain, trying to forget the incident he caused in San Francisco. Although appearing to lead a mundane and respectable life, for years he is tormented by guilt. He still hopes to find his hero, a guide to some kind of inner peace. And then Walt re-enters his life bringing with him a new bridge!

Even if you don’t have a Kindle, you can read the ebook on a variety of devices (including your computer) using one of Amazon’s free reading apps.

Get your copy today!