Free Novels by Indie Author Gayle Hayes August 24 and 25, 2012 at

The Sunset Witness, a mystery/suspense novel, and The Scrimshaw Set, a contemporary drama, are free at August 24 and 25 so readers can load their Kindles with books before the last long weekend of summer. Books are free these 2 days only.
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Aug. 22, 2012 - PRLog -- The Sunset Witness follows four strangers who converge on Sunset, Oregon and find their lives entangled during two tumultuous weeks.  Rachel Douglas agrees to assume the lease on a beach house after her estranged friend, Sarah, offers her the house and her job as waitress so Rachel can write her first novel by the sea.  After she signs the lease, Rachel learns about an unsolved murder in the adjacent parking lot.  The story follows Rachel as she comes to terms with Sarah's strange behavior, the mystery of the murder, her plot for the novel, her friendship with an elderly resident, and her strong feelings for Michael Archer.  It is a quick read at about 45,000 words.  There are 11 twists the reader will not anticipate.  As Miki of the Lecture toute une Aventure book review blog wrote, "I would recommend it to people who want to spend a good time with a suspense book of quality."  The link to the book page follows:

The Scrimshaw Set begins with Frances Favager's will.  Frances was never allowed to see her granddaughter, Emma, but she left her estate to Emma with the stipulation that Emma had to spend time in Montana to claim it.  Emma is a disillusioned family law attorney in Denver when Harold B. Lowe, the only attorney in Buffalo Jump, writes to her and offers his help so she can comply with Frances' wishes.  Emma takes two weeks from her law practice, travels to Buffalo Jump, and meets Frances' old friends.  As she does her best to fulfill Frances' demands, Emma confronts her own values and discovers why her parents kept Frances from her.  The novel is a quick read at about 44,000 words.  There are unexpected surprises and a satisfying conclusion.  A reader in the United Kingdom gave the novel 5 stars and said, "I liked the book, it was genuine, different with twists and turns and not quite what I expected."
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