We have several Amazon Kindle edition Freebie Picks of the Day today. These are:
A Covert War by Michael Parker
Marcus Blake's ramshackle security agency has no clients to speak of until Susan Ellis walks into his office and asks him to help find her brother who has gone missing in Afghanistan. In that moment, Marcus' world is turned upside down and he is plunged into a covert war where arms and drugs are traded by renegades within the CIA. Now, in his quest to find Susan's brother, Marcus faces terror and betrayal in a murky world where one cannot easily tell a friend from a foe.
The Saints Go Dying by Erik Hanberg
Arthur Beautyman, a computer hacker turned detective, is hunting a serial killer targeting modern day saints. Against him is an unscrupulous reality TV show and a member of his own department, who doesn't know the hacker she's tailing is in the office next door. It's a deadly cat-and-mouse game set against the lights of Hollywood.
Teleport This by Christopher M. Daniels
Teleport This is a fast paced, comedy adventure that is out of this world - literally. It's science fiction without the extra heavy baggage found in hardcore space operas or the ultra-wackiness found in satirical sci-fi novels. An enjoyable read not only for sci-fi fans, but for anyone that likes witty dialogue and interesting characters coupled with an absorbing storyline."Not only is your entire premise beyond belief, but not even you would be presumptuous enough to contact extraterrestrial life as the sole representative of all mankind.""Sure, I already did. They sent me an application starter kit."And with that, Simon and Gilbert, two terrestrial physicists, leave Earth and stumble into and across a larger universe. Fortunately, they brought along enough tequila to help them through their strategy sessions which become more and more necessary as they get tangled up with a wide assortment of extraterrestrial characters and fall head first into intergalactic trouble. Good thing for them someone had the foresight to invent artificial gravity.
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