Friday, August 30, 2013

Free on Amazon Today

I LOVE a good thriller... don't you? And beginning August 30, 2013 till September 1, you can get this one for FREE...

Thanks so much Marla for sharing with us! Enjoy, dear readers.

She's Not There

 June 30, 2011
Women are missing . . .

Is the rising number of abused women who've gone missing a statistical anomaly? Or is a serial killer targeting this vulnerable group of women?
When the Milwaukee Police Department refuses to investigate because no bodies have been discovered, Lisa Rayburn, the clinical psychologist who discovers the anomaly, is drawn into an investigation to discover the cause after one of her own clients goes missing. She finds herself forming an unlikely alliance with a former policewoman turned security consultant, TJ Peacock, and the husbands of two of the missing women who may themselves be murderers.
When TJ is attacked, and a woman looking remarkably like Lisa is found murdered, they know . . . someone is willing to kill to protect his secret.

Can they reveal the killer before he gets to them?

She's Not There and Relative Malice
               Novels of Suspense

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Thursday, August 29, 2013

FREE on Amazon Today

Thanks for sharing Jasmine!

Free August 29 - September 2
Melissa's new Wall Street job is saving her. She's climbing out of debt, she's getting her life together... and the boss's son is cute. But a mysterious email threatens to destroy everything. Is Melissa working with a killer? She must discover who's lying, who's dangerous, and who's just out for themselves in this smart, modern Wall Street tale.

 Jasmine Schwartz's mystery series, including the novels Farbissen and Fakakt, has been in the Kindle Free Top 10 for mysteries and #2 in women sleuths with more than 21,000 downloads.

Saturday, August 10, 2013

FREE on Amazon Today

for the next few days actually... Thank you Emily!

A Duke squares off with a damaged, dangerous war veteran in TETHERBIRD, a novel called "amazingly powerful and beautifully written."

Former sniper Benjamin Cane's life is ripped apart after his version of the Bin Laden assassination is disavowed by the Marines, written off as a conspiracy theory. Displaying symptoms that could be PTSD, the man who returns from war is an entity his wife Mackey struggles to comprehend. Following an accident with his twin boys that never should have happened, Benjamin leaves the service, his life in a tailspin.

A Duke in the stately Gloucestershire countryside offers Benjamin a job in security. Surrounded by characters as eccentric as they are paranoid, Benjamin tries to navigate an environment rife with guns and outdated class structures, feeling like flotsam as a new civilian without his family.

Grisly and emotional twists surprise in this poignant tale narrated by cynical war crimes journalist Stanley Tern, who enters Benjamin's life to offer redemption and to pursue his own hidden agenda. Through layered, textured prose, TETHERBIRD asks whether our modern-day, gun-toting homelands may be more treacherous than any battlefield.

Editorial Reviews


"Read Tetherbird in solitude. Savor McDaid's mastery at weaving her language together and allow yourself to pay attention to all the voices. I invite you to do as I did and enjoy the story at leisure as it unfolds clearly before your mind's eye. If you do, you will join me in giving Tetherbird at least four stars and be tempted, were it allowed, to give it eleven." -- Kindle Book Review suspense novel reviewer Roger Woodbury

"The plot is well crafted. Even improbable events make perfect sense." -- Rachel Creager Ireland, author of Post Rock Limestone Carytids

"I haven't come across a writer like Emily McDaid in quite some time - if ever.  A highly intelligent writer, McDaid's laser-precision focus on creating compelling characterizations combined with unique, thought-provokng plots will jolt you awake and re-ignite your excitement for suspense novels." -- Bianca Sloane, author of Live and Let Die