Family Struggles, Altered Relationships, and High-Stakes Gambles: Discounted Literary eBooks

Spencer's Risk on Kindle

Spencer’s Risk ($0.99) by Andy Greenhalgh: Spencer’s Risk is a dark British comedy. Spencer Leyton is a hapless gambler who does not know when to stop. His friend Justin invites him to a high-stakes poker game. (‘Justin could sell snow to the Eskimos – literally. For some months he had sold cocaine to the Inuit community in Copenhagen’.) and Spencer finds himself on the run from The Mob.

This deal is good on January 15, 2020

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You Can See More From Up Here on Kindle

You Can See More From Up Here ($1.99) by Mark Guerin: Called a “poignantly told story of ruminative remembrance” by Kirkus Reviews, You Can See More From Up Here, is a coming-of-age story and family saga that will appeal to readers of Where The Crawdads Sing. Set in the 1970’s, this father/son story concerns a violent encounter at an automobile assembly plant that forever alters their relationship.

This deal is good on January 15, 2020

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A Cross of Crocuses on Kindle

A Cross of Crocuses ($0.99) by Ken Ross: A story of aging parents and how they turn to their adult children for help when health fails and life becomes a struggle. But their kids aren’t the folks they thought, and assistance isn’t forthcoming, at least not how they imagined. A revealing tale of how a family reacts in dire circumstances. A sad, realistic read and very enlightening.

This deal is good on January 15, 2020

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