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Sunbury offers six novels as FREE Father's Day Kindle downloads
Sunbury Press will be running a Father's Day promotion for six of its novels from Saturday June 16th through Monday June 18th. The FREE downloads are only available for Kindle through Amazon.
The eBooks included in the sale are:
Home is a Long Time Ago -- William F Lee
The MegaBite Murders -- Joseph Tarone
Eye Contact -- Thomas Malafarina
Sage -- Bob Wood
City Havoc -- Jack Adler
Jim -- Paul Argentini
Last month, Sunbury ran a promotion for Memorial Day featuring two books, resulting in over 50,000 downloads and raising the books to #1 in their respective categories.
Home is a Long Time Ago
Authored by William f. Lee
BISAC: Fiction / Romance / Historical
A teenager's parents are killed in a tragic accident. The young man finishes school and enlists in the Marine Corps in 1951. Two wars and twenty years later he returns home as a single, highly decorated Major and medically retired. He has the means to start a new life and does only to find his old guardian, the fisherman, Ponzio Vaccaro waiting with a plan and living with ghosts of the past. They are in the form of two beautiful women. And one surprise. Amazing Grace! How sweet the sound.
Authored by Thomas M. Malafarina
BISAC: Fiction / Horror
There is a thin line between reality and illusion, between sanity and insanity, between life and death. Through no fault of his own, David Matson is thrust into a world of darkness, of illusion, of hallucinations and never-ending nightmares; a world from which he longs to awaken but cannot. Join him in his interminable struggle to return to reality and see what horrors fate has in store him.
This is Thomas M. Malafarina’s third full length novel for Sunbury press. He has also written two novels “99 Souls” and “Burn Phone”, the short story collection called “13 Nasty Endings” and a collection of single-panel cartoons called “Yes I Smelled It Too” all published through Sunbury Press.
“Eye Contact” has plenty of suspense, terror, gore and surprises to keep the reader glued to his seat wanting the horror to end yet still dying for more.
Authored by Jack Adler
BISAC: Fiction / Espionage
City Havoc is a fast-moving, day-to-day novel about a small group of domestic for-hire mercenaries, retained by foreign terrorists, who pose as a new political group with an ostensibly patriotic, reform-minded purpose. They set out to destabilize Los Angeles as the first city in a national campaign. The mayor is given an ultimatum to submit to their demands but he refuses. Increasingly violent and lethal methods such as bombings and executions are used by the HAP – Help America Patriots - to bring the city to its knees. Meanwhile, a young heiress on a tour in Los Angeles is kidnapped and made to seem a murderess who has converted to the HAP cause. The tour company sends, Derry Greene, its chief investigator to Los Angeles to save the heiress if possible and reduce its liability. Greene enlists the aid of an old flame, a local freelance journalist, but both are stymied in their efforts by the authorities who believe the heiress has joined the terrorists.
Can the authorities and Greene finally derail the HAP before more people die? And can they save the heiress?
In a dramatic conclusion, the HAP and Greene meet in a deadly encounter that brings the novel to a shattering end.
The Mega-Bite Murders
Authored by Joseph Tarone
BISAC: Fiction / Science Fiction / High Tech
The epilogue will either confirm your suspicion or ROCK YOU!
"The Mega-Bite Murders" is a story of friendship—a friendship between a young man and a sometimes-playful being from another dimension. It is a strong friendship. It exists and strengthens throughout the boy’s life and into his manhood. With the help of the being, the boy (now a man) achieves great success in life and in his employment. When a beautiful, ambitious, female subordinate covertly threatens his executive position, he and the being combat the threat by means of an ingenious computer program that can kill (and does). The Medical Examiner is perplexed by the similarity of two unusual deaths. The pressure of his persistent investigation ultimately leads to the breakdown of the friendship in an explosive parting.
Authored by Bob Wood
BISAC: Fiction / Westerns
John Coulter Sage was born on a horse ranch in southeastern Arizona in 1851. His father was an ex-mountain man and Army scout who built and operated the ranch with a Mexican partner. His mother was a Chiricahua Apache. Sage was raised in all three cultures.
Sage went to sea when he was sixteen, and was shipwrecked off Okinawa, where a Buddhist monk befriended him. He was taught to fight and think.
This is a tale of Sage’s adventurous life as an Apache youth, cowboy, sailor, Mexican Vaquero, drover, deputy sheriff, and much more.
Jim: A War-Torn Love Story
Authored by Paul Argentini
BISAC: Fiction / Romance / Suspense
JIM AND GABBIE as kids find an ardent love in and for each other that is profoundly special. It makes the gods so envious the lovers are challenged at every turn in an effort to keep them apart. Then, a war comes along and succeeds in doing so. The compelling, amazing story of how these fated lovers find each other again simply are the workings of destiny, a doer of miracles, and above all else, love.
Like a kaleidoscope, the people to whom Jim completely shares his heart in this story, are reflected in the soul of his being. Not only Gabbie, the love of his life; but also Glenn, his anger-filled father; his best friend and plague, Keith; the girl that gave his life another dimension, Charly; the magical ministering hands of Louise Comma The Nurse; the curative dreams of the Nighthawk, Anna; and the worker of miracles, Mary—each in their own fashion sear an impression in his heart and soul that will make yours quiver as well.
Love until you break your heart.
--Charly Dunham to Jim