Saturday, December 27, 2008

Free e-books from Random House

This holiday season Random House is generously offering free copies of selected e-books from their catalog. Titles include:

Murder List by Julie Garwood

The Whiskey Rebels: A Novel by David Liss

The Idiot Girl and the Flaming Tantrum of Death by Laurie Notaro

Free-Range Chickens by Simon Rich

A Dangerous Man by Charles Huston

Caught Stealing by Charles Huston

Prague by Arthur Phillips

Six Bad Things by Charles Huston

The Foreign Correspondent by Alan Furst

The books are available for the Amazon Kindle at the following e-tailers:



Sony Reader

If you've never read an e-book, this is a good opportunity to experiment. Enjoy!



Teresa said...

Thanks for the tip, Linda. Which of those books do you recommend? You always recommend great books!!


Linda McLaughlin said...

Teresa, I guess it depends on what you like to read. Julie Garwood's book is listed as suspense but I'm sure it's romantic suspense. I've always liked her. I've read a bit of David Liss and he's very good, so you might like The Whiskey Rebels. OTOH, if you're reading on the computer for the first time a book of essays like The Idiot Girl and the Flaming Tantrum of Death might be best, since you can read a little at time without losing track of the plot. Just some thoughts.


Beth Yarnall said...

I've already read Julie Garwood's book so I can recommend it. She's always good. I think I'll try a couple of the others... after all they're free!

Linda McLaughlin said...

Thanks for the recommendation, Beth. I've always enjoyed Julie Garwood's books, too, plus she's such a nice person. I read a little bit of one of David Bliss's books and liked it. If you like historical fiction, The Whiskey Rebels would be a good choice.


Britta Coleman said...

Good tips. I've not read an e-book yet, but this makes me want to try. If only my to-be-read stack wasn't such a tower!

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