Do you like thrillers? I love them. Thrillers are the main category I read, and suspense is a major element of every book I write.
99 cents for THOUSANDS of pages of oh-my-gosh white-knuckle entertainment.
If you’re a scaredy cat, this is where you stop reading and just walk away.
But if you like thrills and chills, come along with me on a rip-roaring Thrill Ride, because it’s pretty darn likely that several of these books are going to light your fire and keep you up into the wee hours.
Here’s a little about my comrades on the Thrill Ride and the books we’ve contributed:
Blind Justice, a legal thriller by James Scott Bell, normally $4.99: Did the devil kill Howie Patino’s wife? Howie thinks so. Jake Denney is Howie’s lawyer, and he’s got a problem. Because Howie told the cops the devil made him do it. And now Jake’s going to have a devil of a time winning this case—but first he’s got to escape his own inner demons.
Sidetracked, a mystery-suspense by Brandilyn Collins, normally $4.99: Delanie Miller’s friend has been murdered, and the cops know who did it—the town simpleton. But Delanie knows they’re wrong and all she has to do to clear the innocent guy is to admit the lie she’s been hiding that will massively screw up her life if anyone finds out. Oh yeah, an easy choice—damned if you tell the truth, going to hell if you don’t.
Double Vision, a quantum suspense novel by Randy Ingermanson, normally $3.99: Dillon Richard is a straight-arrow genius with Asperger’s syndrome. He’s never told a lie; never been kissed; never had a badass quantum computer that can break codes even the NSA can’t touch. Until now. Once he gets the computer working, everybody’s going to want a piece of Dillon: The mafia. The NSA. And his two beautiful co-workers, Rachel and Keryn. Who’ll get him first?
The Blade, a terrorism thriller by Lynn Sholes and Joe Moore, normally $3.99: Las Vegas is going to be destroyed by a nuclear bomb unless the casinos pay a king’s ransom to the terrorist holding Sin City hostage. A wild and crazy mix of Biblical artifacts, Nazi caves, a delusional televangelist, and nukes. This is suspense on speed.
The Roswell Conspiracy, a conspiracy thriller by Boyd Morrison, normally $4.99: And you thought you knew what happened at Roswell. In this lightning-fast thriller with over 170 5-star reviews on Amazon, Boyd Morrison unveils the truth about the mysterious alien object that’s the missing link in a doomsday weapon pointed at the heart of America. The action just never stops. Can you believe this author has a Ph.D. in engineering, goes bungee jumping to relax, and is a Jeopardy! Champion?
The Killing Rain, a serial killer novel, by P.J. Parrish. Florida detective Louis Kincaid’s date goes slightly awry when his lady friend’s ex-husband and son go missing. Detective Kincaid soon finds himself hip-deep in murder, mayhem, and a human trafficking scheme.
Desecration, a psychic murder suspense, by J.F. Penn, normally $2.99: It’s not every day that a young, beautiful pregnant London aristocrat gets murdered and ritually mutilated upstairs during a swanky party at the Royal College of Surgeons. Detective Sergeant Jamie Brooke is called in on the case, and she reluctantly teams up with a sexy psychic named Blake Daniel. The killer is going to strike again and the clock is ticking, ticking, ticking. This is the book I’m reading right now and I’m loving it.
The Call, a supernatural thriller, by Kat Covelle, normally $4.99: So you’re a geeky loser and you’re driving on the Golden Gate Bridge and you spot a beautiful woman about to jump to her death. Naturally, you stop and try to save her. So it comes as a bit of a surprise to find out she’s a demon intent on tossing you off the bridge. That ought to be the end of your miserable existence, but just before you die, you make a deal with your guardian angel to save your life in exchange for going on a supernatural quest to save the world. Heard this one before? I didn’t think so.
By my calculation, that adds up to more than $30 worth of e-books, packed into one giant package for 99 cents.
If that’s not a deal, I’m a munchkin.
I like buying 99 cent boxed sets because I figure I can’t lose. I’m bound to like several of the books, and I’m certain to discover some new talent I never heard of before. I always assume going in that not all the books will be my cup of tea. Doesn’t matter. Even if ONLY ONE of them lights my fire, at 99 cents that’s still a bargain.
Where To Get Thrill Ride
Tragically, this deal was available for only a few months, as boxed sets often are. It went on sale in July, 2014, and my publisher removed it from sale at the end of October, 2014.