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Thursday, July 17, 2014

My Kindle Books Part Three

CRIME’S DARK STREETS: $0.99. Dark streets that lead to ebony alleys in the city’s immigrant district culminate in a spider’s web of fear when emissaries of evil abduct homeless children. When The Masked Avenger promises protection to the city’s unwanted children, can he keep that promise? Follow our paladin as he embarks on his second dangerous mission!


CRIME’S DEATH PLAGUE: $0.99. The trail begins in a Chicago orphanage, but when a boy is kidnapped, it takes The Masked Avenger to New York City where he must uncover the identity of a German scientist and stop him from releasing a deadly virus and killing everyone in New York. Can one man, even such as The Masked Avenger, succeed when America looks to be doomed?


THE DEATH TOWER: $0.99. What was a German agent after in America? During Secret Agent X's recovery at the Montgomery Mansion after the battle with Zerna's drug gang in 1937, Betty Dale falls
into a trap while following a suspect and is captured by a German Spy. Her
whereabouts are unknown, and indeed, it's not known if she's even alive. Agent hasn't fully recovered from his previous battle with the underworld, yet it's imperative for him to locate and rescue the
girl. For she is more precious to him than anything in the world. Should
 Betty be harmed, he will exact vengeance on those responsible!



HUNTER’S MOON: $1.99. The Moon Man in his best adventure since Frederick C. Davis. With the police closing in on Angel's hideaway, the
 danger for the Moon Man is escalating for Great City's Robin Hood. To
compound matters, tragedy strikes close to home. This time, he won’t be
 able to provide help to someone close to him. Sergeant Steve Thatcher, seeing the people struggling to survive, dons the mysterious garments of the Robin Hood thief to relieve the filthy rich of their ill-gotten gains
to be distributed among the poor by ex boxer Ned Dargan. When they come up against an illegal weapons manufacturer masquerading as a toy company, his fiancé is taken prisoner by criminals and he must not only remove them of their money, but put a stop to their weapons sale overseas.


SEVEN MEN OF GREED: $0.99. When the Man In Purple uncovers an evil plot of massive greed, his team of rogues plan to remove their ill-gotten gain from their vaults, one criminal at a time, but he soon discovers that these seven men of crime are as vicious as any mad dog, and a wrong move on his part could easily end his young adventurous career. Follow the Three Rogues as they pit their brains and skills against the evil genius behind The Hooded Circle of 7.


THE SILENCE OF DEATH: $1.99. Colonel Jeremiah Custer's Wild West Show comes across murder in a small Texas town. A mystifying murder mystery ensnares the famous criminologist and sharpshooter when his
team encounters a young boy accused of mayhem. The lad cannot deny the
charges for he can neither hear nor speak. The scientific brain of the
greatest man hunter is put to task as he attempts to unravel this new crime! The ex intelligence officer puts his scientific brain to work to
prove that the deaf mute boy is not the killer. Follow Colonel Custer and
his aides as they unravel this deep mystery, and bring to justice this evil
murderer.


THESE ALIEN SKIES: $2.99. UFOs have been an enigma to people for centuries, but in the 20th Century they made their presence felt worldwide. MSgt Edwards experienced them first hand in the Air Force, when lights in the sky took control of a nuclear missile complex in North Dakota. After retiring, he joined AIM - Alien Intelligence Monitors, and now investigates sightings; is it possible an alien from outer space guides him with a message for Earth?



THE SUICIDE THAT WASN’T: $0.99. By Ginger Johnson.  A local small press publisher, who was also a collector of old Pulp Magazines, was reported to have committed suicide, but Joe and his partner, Amy are on the case. Following some clues at the scene led them to think that it had been murder instead.

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