eBook Deals March 12-18

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Oh, come on – don’t tell us you don’t get this!

There’s nothing like good eBooks priced affordably, and we’ve got a bunch right here for you! They’re all either free or 99 cents, so tell all your friends! Yeah, I know, we’re really good to you!

Readers: look in the comment section below. If you see one you like, click over and buy it. How easy is that? (If you don’t see the book covers, adjust your browser’s adblock settings.)

Authors: if you have a book priced at 99¢ or less (that’s right, post your free eBooks here, too!), follow the instructions below and post it right in the comment section. Got more than one bargain book? Go ahead and post up to five titles but only one book and ONE link per comment please!

We will convert Amazon links to spiffy clickable book covers. Do not attempt to insert an image in comments on your own. Just put the following information in the comment section:

1. Book title
2. Author name
3. A one sentence
blurb (~140 characters – longer descriptions will be deleted)
4. ONE link to purchase the book (only secure retail sites – Amazon, Smashwords, B&N, Kobo, or Apple/iStore)
5. Whether your book is free or 99 cents (and for how long/what dates)
6. Limit FIVE books per author.

Then let your friends and fans know your book is available here today. Use the share buttons below, or copy the link in the address bar above and share the news on your favorite social media platforms. The more, the merrier, right?

So let’s give it a try, shall we? Please make sure to follow the RULES above. Now, go ahead and tell the world about your cheap read. IU is a safe-for-work site. PLEASE do not post links to erotica, religious, or political titles – they will be deleted without notice. Kindle Unlimited books do NOT go here. If you want to advertise a KU book, you may do so on Kindle Unlimited Fridays. Thank you.

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23 thoughts on “eBook Deals March 12-18”

  1. A.I. Insurrection – The General’s War
    Michael Poeltl
    2162. Artificial intelligence claims sentience, but it’s the proof that will divide the world, and usher in the violent end to utopia…

  2. Abra Cadaver
    Jerold Last
    You can bury the body but you can’t hide it.
    Free Thursday 3.12.20 (Regular price $3.99)

  3. The Body in the Alpaca Pasture
    Jerold Last
    A classic whodunit mystery featuring an exotic setting, a complex murder case, and a suspenseful plot.

  4. The Body in the Parking Structure
    Jerold Last
    Can you figure out who killed the body in the parking structure before private eye Roger Bowman does? Good luck!
    $0.99 (Free with Kindle Unlimited)

  5. The Body in the Bed
    Jerold Last
    Visit Montevideo, Uruguay for a fast paced, action filled international mystery. Who killed the body in the bed?
    $0.99 (Free with Kindle Unlimited)

  6. The Bodies by the Beltway
    Jerold Last
    Who is the mysterious sniper recreating the historical Beltway sniper attacks of 2002 in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia?
    $0.99 (Free with Kindle Unlimited)

  7. Factory 4-80
    Gordon A. Long
    An alien radio signal from the Barnard’s System dumps Commander Natalia O’Rourke and her ship, into battle with a space cruiser ten times her size.
    99 cents this month.

  8. Perfect Darkness
    Leigh Kimmel
    What does perfect darkness look like? And what might happen if you saw it?
    Always 99 cents, FREE for Kindle Unlimited members

  9. The Other Side of Midnight
    Leigh Kimmel
    Life in the USSR is a nightmare. But there are even worse things, places not of humanity.
    Always 99 cents, FREE for Kindle Unlimited members

  10. The Shadow over Leningrad
    Leigh Kimmel
    In a city on the edge of starvation, could abundance be its own poison?
    Always 99 cents, FREE for Kindle Unlimited members

  11. The Passengers You Cannot See
    by The Behrg
    “One of the best single-author horror collections I’ve read in years.” – Duncan Ralston, author of Woom and Ghostland

  12. Manifesting is for …
    by Tweety Park
    ‘Honest, witty, wise, raw, hysterical, heartwarming, heartbreaking… and hard to put down.’ – Michael J. Chase, Bestselling Author and Founder of The Kindness Center
    FREE until March 14th

  13. Scotched: a Scottish Folk Tale
    by Ade Johnston
    This is a folk tale, a story of how ordinary people survive and love in a world so often beyond their control or understanding.
    FREE until March 15th

  14. Bear Market Trading Strategies
    by Matthew R. Kratter
    Ready to learn how to trade a bear market? Bear markets do not behave anything like bull markets.
    FREE until March 18th

  15. INTERCEPTED: A Brother’s Revenge A Girl Gone Missing One Chance to Change Fate
    by Susanna Seigler-Haymond
    Nora is going to Mexico to help finish the construction of an orphanage. While south of the border, Nora disappears without a trace.
    FREE on March 16th

  16. Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed: A Sister Witches Urban Fantasy
    by Coralie Moss
    Clementine Brodeur must untangle her dead mother’s legacy before the clock runs out.
    FREE until March 22nd

  17. The Killing of the Cherrywood MP
    by Louise Burfitt-Dons
    Jihadi brides return from Syria and deradicalised terrorists are released from prison. In reaction extremist right-wing groups proliferate across Europe.
    FREE until March 20th

  18. Tell Me Why
    by Ruth O’Neill
    Lauren Adams is just an ordinary single girl, until one split-second decision throws her life into crisis.
    FREE until March 20th

  19. The Spirit of Want
    by William H. Coles
    A successful surgeon, a powerful female attorney, a TV evangelist accused of child molestation.
    FREE until March 20th

  20. The Witch, The Crows, and the Cubbyhole
    B. Patrick
    This short tale is set in 1979 where a young boy discovers a diary of a young servant. The secrets in the diary may explain what is giving the boy nightmares
    free until April 20, 2020 and then becomes .99 cents

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