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Our latest batch of NOOK First titles offers a wide range of compelling reads. From a classic true crime novel newly available on NOOK, to a brooding novel of love, loss & Edgar Allan Poe. The four books below are just some of the great reads available now, so check out the full NOOK First collection here.



Alex thought she had married the man of her dreams: successful, gorgeous, and delighted by her small-town charm. When he walks out six months later, proclaiming to have 'found himself' (with the help of a stunning yoga teacher), she 'finds herself' alone in an unfamiliar city, vengefully drinking through his prized wine collection, living on takeout, and refusing to answer the door. When this fails to cure her broken heart and bruised ego, she reluctantly allows her new friends to intervene. Slowly, Alex learns to define success on her own terms; she discovers the secret to love in all its forms, and the perfect flying crow pose, one breath at a time.




A March of Kings, Book 2 in the Sorcerer’s Ring series, takes us one step further on Thor’s epic journey into manhood, as he begins to realize more about who he is, and what his powers are.


“A breathtaking new epic fantasy series. Morgan Rice does it again! This magical saga reminds me of the best of J.K. Rowling, George R.R. Martin, Rick Riordan, Christopher Paolini and J.R.R. Tolkien. I couldn’t put it down!” --Allegra Skye, Bestselling author of Saved




A classic true crime account, newly-available on NOOK.


Ann Rule's Crime Files books have delivered the very best in true crime reading since A Rose For Her Grave, first in the acclaimed series, made its debut. Distinguished by the former Seattle policewoman's razor-sharp eye for telling detail and her penetrating analysis of the criminal mind, this gripping collection of accounts drawn from her personal files features the twisting case of Randy Roth, who married -- and murdered -- for profit.





A novel of love, loss & Edgar Allan Poe.


One dark, moonlit night, two artists met at The Lake Drummond Hotel, built directly on the borderline of North Carolina and Virginia. One was a young woman with the ability to see spirits trapped in trees and stone, anchored to the earth beyond their years. Her gift was to draw them, and then to set them free. The other was a dark man, haunted by dreams and visions that brought him stories of sadness and pain, and trapped in a life between the powers he sensed all around him, and a mundane existence attended by failure.


They were Eleanore MacReady, Lenore, to her friends, and a young poet named Edgar Allan Poe, who traveled with a crow that was his secret, and almost constant companion, a bird named Grimm for the talented brothers of fairy-tale fame.


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by TarHeelGirl00 on ‎02-19-2013 09:21 AM

I have been a fan of Ann Rule for a long time.  Thanks for featuring one of her books.  Are her Nook books now being restructured to include the photos that are normally in the paperback version? If so, that's great. I know in the past, the photos were sometimes left out of the ebook version.

by velocireaderLC on ‎02-19-2013 09:51 AM

I found Shayne Parkinson's "Sentence of Marriage" while browsing through the budget books. I never expected such a good read from a free book but it lead me through the series and I can't wait for her to complete another chapter in the saga. Hurry up, Ms. Parkinson, please.



by JeremyCesarec on ‎02-19-2013 03:56 PM

Hi Tar Heel Girl,


A ROSE FOR HER GRAVE does include photos from the print edition.


Happy Reading!


by Thebookfinder on ‎02-23-2013 11:34 AM

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