Gem, Himself, Alone and a round-up of free goodies!

Before I start today’s round-up of freebies, I have to share my latest news with you! The Do No Harm collection of 17 medical thrillers that I have been drumming up support for the last few months made the USA Today Bestseller list this week! We couldn’t have done it without the support of all of our readers, so thank you to those of you who bought this collection! I hope you enjoy Unlawful Harvest especially.

You can still buy Do No Harm on Kindle or read it in Kindle Unlimited.

Gem, Himself, Alone

Okay, on to the freebies! Fill your cart with some more freebies for your summer reading! Gem, Himself, Alone is free this weekend August 9-11, and I have rounded up a few more freebies that look good!

Alone on the street, Gem joins up with the Rippers gang to escape his old life, burying his past the best he can.

Riker, a vice cop, makes it his business to put Gem behind bars, but he can’t break the alibis Gem has for crimes Riker knows he has committed.

Gem has a special gift for unbreakable alibis.

Riker delves into Gem’s past in a bid to discover his secrets. Can he sort through the tangled threads to lay Gem’s past bare? And if he does, will he be able to put Gem behind bars and see that he is punished for all he has done?

Or can Gem keep his secrets from coming to light and make a new life for himself, one where he is free and able to make his own choices?

If you like contemporary YA, gritty crime and hard-hitting issues, or twisty suspense, you will like Gem! 

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The “add all to cart” button worked pretty well last time, so it is back again today. You can add everything to your cart at once, or you can download just one at a time as you normally would. The button seems to work best on Chrome and behaves a little weirdly in Safari.

As always, check prices before you check out as prices may change without warning or not be free in all markets.


Hey You, Pretty Face

An abandoned infant. Three girls stolen in the night. Can one overworked detective find the connection to save them all?

London, 1999. Short-staffed during a holiday week, Detective Jack Rutherford can’t afford to spend time on the couch with his beloved wife. With a skeleton staff, he’s forced to handle a deserted infant and a trio of missing girls almost single-handedly. Despite the overload, Jack has a sneaking suspicion that the baby and the abductions are somehow connected…

As he fights to reunite the girls with their families, the clues point to a dark secret that sends chills down his spine. With evidence revealing a detestable crime ring, can Jack catch the criminals before the girls go missing forever?

Hey You, Pretty Face

A Trace of Smoke

It’s 1931 in Berlin, and the world is on the precipice of change—the affluent still dance in their gilded cages but more and more people are living under threat and poverty. Hannah Vogel is a crime reporter forced to write under the male pseudonym Peter Weill.

As a widow of the Great War, she’s used to doing what she must to survive. Her careful facade is threatened when she stumbles across a photograph of her brother in the Hall of the Unnamed Dead. Reluctant to make a formal identification until she has all the details, Hannah decides to investigate, herself. She must be cautious as Ernst’s life as a cross-dressing cabaret star was ringed in scandal, and his list of lovers included at least one powerful leader in the Nazi party.

She’s barely had a chance to begin before an endearing five-year-old orphan shows up on her doorstep holding a birth certificate listing her dead brother Ernst as his father, and calling Hannah ‘Mother.’ Further complicating matters are her evolving feelings for Boris Krause, a powerful banker whose world is the antithesis of Hannah’s. Boris has built a solid wall preventing anyone from disturbing his, or his daughter Trudi’s, perfectly managed lives—a wall Hannah and Anton are slowly breaking down.

A Trace of Smoke

One Last Prayer for the Rays

School should be the safest place in the world. Not this winter.

Detective Michael Yorke faces his most harrowing case yet.

When 12-year-old Paul disappears from school, Yorke’s only clue is a pool of animal blood. Fearing the worst, he turns toward the most obvious suspect, recently released local murderer, Thomas Ray.

But as the snow in Salisbury worsens, Ray’s mutilated body is discovered, and Yorke is left with no choice but to journey into the sinister heart of a demented family that has plagued the community for generations. Can he save the boy? Or will the evil he discovers change him forever?

One Last Prayer for the Rays

Shadow Harvest

When Sydney Rye’s friend and mentor, Merl, goes missing in Shanghai, she and her faithful dog, Blue, rush to the People’s Republic to track him down.

Following Merl’s trail leads Sydney to probe deep, dark corners of corruption where she witnesses atrocities making her already cold blood freeze. With time running out, and powerful forces closing in, Sydney is willing to risk everything to save her friend, but will everything be enough?

Shadow Harvest

Crowned with Guilt

As a child, I discovered a castle. 
It became a sanctuary from the nightmare that was my life, but my fairytale truly began when he found me.

The boy with green eyes and crooked smile. 
The boy with stories and an imagination that could take us far, far away. 

In our castle he was the prince, and I the princess.
For the first time in my life I was safe, happy. 
I was loved. 

But every fairytale has a villain, ours would be no different. 
I just never expected the villain to be me.

Crowned with Guilt

The Perfect Wife

Criminal profiler-in-training Jessie Hunt is sure she’s finally put the darkness of her childhood behind her. She and her husband, Kyle, just moved from a cramped downtown Los Angeles apartment into a Westport Beach mansion. Kyle’s promotion has them swimming in money. And Jessie is on the verge of getting her Master’s degree in forensic psychology, the last step in her dream of becoming a criminal profiler. 

But soon after their arrival, Jessie begins to notice a series of strange developments. The neighbors—and their au pairs—all seem to be hiding secrets. The mysterious yacht club Kyle is desperate to join is rife with cheating spouses, and with troubling rules of its own. And the notorious serial killer being held at the psychiatric hospital where Jessie is completing her degree seems to know more about her life than is normal—or safe. 

The Perfect Wife

Something I am Not

Billy McQueen works hard to keep his life together … and concealed. At seventeen, he dreams of an escape from the barroom, his father’s manipulation, and the advances of his father’s girlfriend. However, on his eighteenth birthday, Billy is introduced to a younger brother he never knew he had. An eight-year-old who is barely capable of navigating the corrupt world of his father’s boxing club.

In order to secure his freedom, Billy must fight for it. To save his little brother who is next in line for the slave trade … he must die for it.

Something I am Not

In Between

With her mom in prison, and her father AWOL, Katie is sent to live with a squeaky-clean family who could have their own sitcom. She launches a full-scale plan to get sent back to the girls’ home when she finds herself in over her head…and heart.

When Katie and her new “wrong crowd” get into significant trouble at school, she finds her punishment is restoring a historic theater with a crazy grandma who goes by the name of Mad Maxine. In the midst of her punishment, Katie uncovers family secrets that run deep, and realizes she’s not the only one with a pain-filled past.

Katie must decide if she’ll continue her own family’s messed up legacy or embrace a new beginning in this place called In Between.

In Between


Faced with his parents’ divorce, eleven-year-old Lucas runs away from home in the hope that his family will get back together to find him. While walking through the empty streets, he is picked up by a mysterious woman, who offers to take care of him and provide him with a loving family.

The boy then wakes up in shackles, confined to a bed in a decrepit house in the middle of nowhere and will have to face his deepest fears in order to survive in his new home.



After losing their father at a young age and in a fatal accident their mother Jessie turned to drugs to cope with losing him. The teens were left on their own with little help from her. Jason stepped up to take care of the house while still making sure his mother was alright. From the age of 9 until they were 16, their mother Jessie was dating the local drug dealer by the name of Clo Johnson. He thought he ran everything including Jessie.

Clo was tired of Jessie and wanted his hand at Jalisha. Her own mother sold her to Clo just for a hit. Taking force of her and dragging her upstairs to have his way with her. But lucky Jason makes it home to save her but she was badly beaten.

During this time the twins were able to find love and peace of mind as soon as they ran away from home to start a new life. Time passed and the twins were better than ever, as for their mother Jessie she hit rock bottom and was ready to give up on life until Darren popped up and saved her from Clo.

Little did Darren know, his own skeleton was coming out the closet and her name was Kiki Washington. She was a detective looking for him but they had history together. Playing both sides Kiki was in the wrong but she didn’t care. Her long lost love was back but not for long.


A Life Not my Own

In A Life Not My Own, Tina shares her personal experiences of child abuse and neglect, her struggles as a teenager and in her young adult life. 

The book started as a journal and was her attempt to address many of the secrets she had pushed to the back in her mind. As the memories continued to resurface, she was forced to address the issues that ultimately led to her sharing her past with readers around the world as a powerful force of inspiration. 

A Life Not my Own


Rajiani Devaki (Raji) is a girl of thirteen from India. On a cold December morning in 1925, Vincent Fusilier (Fuse) finds Raji sleeping in his parents’ barn. He thinks she’s a vagrant and tells her she has to go. She doesn’t understand English and doesn’t know where she is, having recently escaped from a house in Queens New York where she had been held for the past nine years as an indentured servant.

After Vincent leaves for school, Raji slips into his house to find something to eat. She peeks into the front room and is startled to see a man sitting in a wheelchair. He stares at her but apparently cannot move or speak.


The Baker’s Daughter

Liddy’s father, Klaus, secures a night job as a prison guard where anti-Nazi dissident, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, is being held. Klaus smuggles out the pastor’s letters, but tensions rise as Keppler establishes a tenuous relationship with Liddy’s young brother, Willy. Does the Nazi officer wish to recruit Willy, or is Keppler there to spy on Liddy’s family? 

From air raids to the Hitler Youth, Liddy becomes enmeshed in a world of spies intent on betrayal. When Liddy makes a critical mistake that endangers a loved one, she faces a decision that puts her own faith on the line and her family’s safety in jeopardy.

The Baker's Daughter

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