Free Fridays!

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While investigating the murders of seven female sex slaves, Mantinova must crisscross Europe – from Strasbourg to Switzerland – in pursuit of the elusive and savage criminal mastermind known as Koba.

 

NOOK owners: go to shop, and search “Michael Genelin” for a list of his titles.

 

And here’s a mystery for all of you: what other crime novel shares the exact same cover image as Siren of the Waters?

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by brainlair on ‎06-11-2010 10:05 AM

Will you ever offer Children's or Teens titles for Free on Fridays?  We just bought 12 Nooks for our middle school library and would love to be able to stretch our limited budget even further!

by on ‎06-11-2010 10:17 AM

We have offered a teen selection in the past. I'll look into more though. Thanks.

by Wrking21 on ‎06-11-2010 10:28 AM

I got my Nook last night. I must say I'm about as excited as I can possibly be. I haven't been able to read a single page on it yet but I'm looking forward to doing it at lunch. I've already gotten 4 free books and I haven't barely scratched the surface. I'm thinking I'm gonna love this thing! : )

by MyReadingTree on ‎06-11-2010 01:02 PM

Ummmm....I could swear this book was already part of the free ebooks from Barnes and Nobles.  Wasn't it in the Free section all along? 

by on ‎06-11-2010 01:52 PM

It just recently became free, MyReadingTree.

by loveelvis on ‎06-11-2010 01:53 PM

I already read this free download.  Isn't there a new book for THIS Friday, the 11th?

by on ‎06-11-2010 03:23 PM

We highlight recently made free eBooks on Fridays. Sometimes they're made free on that day and sometimes the day or week(s) prior to THE Friday in question.

by naylorchic on ‎06-11-2010 03:26 PM

I think we should all be thankful that there are any free books. You couldn't walk into a store and get a free paper book. Thanks Paul! I did download the book. Also I would really like to know the answer to the question. I've can't find it anywhere.

by steffiebaby140 on ‎06-11-2010 03:30 PM

Any free book is a good choice in my opinion.  I DL'd, but I am driving myself nuts trying to figure out what the answer to the trivia question is.  When will you tell us that? 

by on ‎06-11-2010 03:31 PM

Okay, naylorhic, here's another clue. The book was made into a film starring two Robert's and one was De Niro.

by Wrking21 on ‎06-11-2010 03:37 PM

I completely agree Naylorchic. I believe a huge issue we have with this country is we are ungrateful! We should be grateful for any free item we get. I appreciate that Barnes and Noble gives us such great free reading! Please don’t ruin a good thing for the rest of us.

by naylorchic on ‎06-11-2010 03:54 PM

Got it! True Confessions by John Gregory Dunne

by on ‎06-11-2010 03:59 PM

Bingo! And, if you haven't read it, do yourself a favor and get it. It features some of the greatest dialogue ever put to page. Don't believe me? Read chapter nine and then let's talk!

by loveelvis on ‎06-11-2010 04:01 PM

I am thankful for the free books, but being a new owner, I did not understand the procedure before Paul explained.  Thank you, Paul.

 

I'm just sorry people can't respond without all the hostility....

    Please don’t ruin a good thing for the rest of us!?!?!

 

What could I possible ruin by asking a question?  Isn't that what this forum is for?  If not, let me know now, and I'll learn on my own.

by naylorchic on ‎06-11-2010 04:01 PM

No ebook version though :smileysurprised:(