Monday, March 22, 2010

Your Humble Author Joins the Great Kindle Experiment

Following in the footsteps of my friends JA Konrath and Lee Goldberg, I've put my novel STORM SURGE up on Amazon's Kindle site as a 1.99 e-book.

The Description:

DIE HARD meets KEY LARGO in the first e-published novel by the Shamus-Award nominated author of BREAKING COVER and the Jack Keller series.

For the country's rich and powerful, Pass Island is a secluded playground, a place to get away from it all. For waitress Sharon Brennan, it's a place to make a living for herself and her daughter Glory. For amiable handyman Max Chase, it's a place far away from his past.

But there's a lot more to Max than meets the eye. And as a Category Five Hurricane bears down on Pass Island, some very bad people arrive with a plan to use the cover of the storm to steal a mysterious object, an object that powerful people want desperately enough to kill for.

When things go wrong and Sharon and Glory are trapped on the island with a team of cold-blooded mercenaries, they begin to realize that maybe Max isn't the good guy they thought he was...but he may be just the bad guy they need.

Find it HERE


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Gerard Saylor said...

That is the weirdest spam. What's the point behind it?

JD Rhoades said...

I was hoping somebody could tell me.

LongHairedWeirdo said...

That spam's the weirdest thing I saw since I saw someone suggesting auto-creation of SPNs relied on the Debug A Program permission in Windows 2008.

What? No, you don't understand, SPNs, are stored in ACTIVE DIRECTORY, while debugging a program is a LOCAL PERMISSION. And I *have not* been working too hard and...

Okay, maybe I have.

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