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Old 03-24-2016, 01:46 AM   #500
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To expand on skinmaan's post, here's a complete listing of Penguin's current free offers:


Penguin Random House Free Offers --> Mar 2016
  • FREE -- Monthly --> Bunnicula -- J Howe/ V Garber --> 1.7 hrs/ R-4.2 --> kids mystery
  • FREE -- Fitness --> Short Stories -- various/ various --> sci-fi, literary fiction, humor
  • FREE -- Crafter --> Killer Heat -- L Fairstein/ B Brown --> 6.0 hrs/ R-4.1 --> legal thriller
  • FREE -- Business --> Insanely Simple -- K Segall/ K Segall --> 7.1 hrs/ R-4.3 --> business
  • FREE -- Gardener --> Blue Monday -- N French/ B Chalmers --> 11.2 hrs/ R-4.0 --> detective
Note: these free offers are subject to change without warning

Spoiler:
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Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery (Bunnicula 1 of 7) --> starts 22 Mar @ 12pm ET --> This story from the popular and critically acclaimed series has been read by the talented actor, Victor Garber. Now fans who can't get enough of the vampire bunny, Bunnicula, will have something new to add to their collections. Beware the Hare! Is he or isn't he a vampire? Before it's too late, Harold the dog and Chester the cat must find out the truth about the newest pet in the Monroe household, a suspicious looking bunny with unusual habits...and fangs!
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Short Stories (7 titles) --> Summer People -- K Link/ Ava Wrestles the Alligator -- K Russell/ Alphin Land -- M Atwood/ To Reach Japan -- A Munro/ Tenth of December -- G Saunders/ Part 1 -- J Lahiri/ No One Goes to Heaven to See Dan Fogelberg -- BJ Novak
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Killer Heat (Alexandra Cooper, book 10/17) --> It's August in New York, and the only thing that's hotter than the pavement is Manhattan D.A. Alex Cooper's personal and professional life. Just as she's claiming an especially gratifying victory in a rape case, she gets the call: the body of a young woman has been found in an abandoned building. The brutality of the murder is disturbing enough, but when a second body is found in Brooklyn, beaten and disposed of in the exact same manner, the city's top brass want the killer found fast. Relying on razor sharp instincts, a whip-smart partner, and one big break Alex races to find the killer and keep him from killing again, even if it's at her own peril.
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Insanely Simple: The Obsession that Drives Apple's Success --> To Steve Jobs, Simplicity was a religion. It was also a weapon. Simplicity isnít just a design principle at Appleóitís a value that permeates every level of the organization. The obsession with Simplicity is what separates Apple from other technology companies. Itís what helped Apple recover from near death in 1997 to become the most valuable company on Earth in 2011. Thanks to Steve Jobsís uncompromising ways, you can see Simplicity in everything Apple does: the way itís structured, the way it innovates, and the way it speaks to its customers. Itís by crushing the forces of Complexity that the company remains on its stellar trajectory.
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Blue Monday (Frieda Klein, book 1/5) --> The stunning first book in a new series of psychological thrillers introducing an unforgettable London psychotherapist Frieda Klein is a solitary, incisive psychotherapist who spends her sleepless nights walking along the ancient rivers that have been forced underground in modern London. She believes that the world is a messy, uncontrollable place, but what we can control is what is inside our heads. This attitude is reflected in her own life, which is an austere one of refuge, personal integrity, and order. The abduction of five-year-old Matthew Farraday provokes a national outcry and a desperate police hunt. And when his face is splashed over the newspapers, Frieda cannot ignore the coincidence: one of her patients has been having dreams in which he has a hunger for a child. A red-haired child he can describe in perfect detail, a child the spitting image of Matthew. She finds herself in the center of the investigation, serving as the reluctant sidekick of the chief inspector.

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