Toxo and a round-up of freebies

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Toxo

Caleb, an autistic teen is mistakenly arrested.
Bad turns to worse when he is then apprehended from his family by DFS.

His mother could never have predicted the chain of events in a million years.

In trying to protect him, DFS has actually put Caleb in harm’s way.

Once again, Gabriel and Renata have teamed up to right injustice and to get Caleb to safety. But Andrew Searle is on the case, and it’s his job to see that they don’t succeed and that Caleb remains in foster care.

Ripped from the headlines, you won’t want to miss this intriguing plot!

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$4.99
Free download Jan 11- 13

Other freebies!

Mirror Me

Mirror Me

Mirror Me, by Rachel Sanderson

Abbie Fray has moved with her family from Sydney to Derrington, a country town where everybody knows everybody and the mobile reception sucks. She’s left behind her best friend, her school, and her favourite bakery. She thinks her life can’t get any worse.

Then she makes a terrifying discovery.

Abbie looks just like Rebecca O’Reilley, a girl who was brutally murdered in Derrington a year earlier. And it doesn’t take long before Abbie learns there’s more connecting them than just appearance.

Madhouse

Madhouse

Madhouse, by Miguel Estrada

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.

AntiAmerica

AntiAmerica

AntiAmerica, by T.K. Falco

When hacktivist group AntiAmerica hacks the nation’s largest banks, the financial industry is left teetering on the brink of collapse. Hacker and teen runaway Alanna Blake is forcefully recruited by the government to track down the only link to AntiAmerica, her missing ex-boyfriend Javier. She relies on every bit of her social engineering cunning to navigate a conspiracy of lies and deceit, which imperils both the lives of everyone closest to her and the secrets to a past she longs to remain locked away forever.

Anya

Deep in the walls of Cupola lies a secret. A 200 year old magical secret. And it’s up to Anya and her friends to solve it. Meet Anya, a twelve year old girl with utterly no direction in life. Meet Taika, her best friend who can make a potion strong enough to cure a were goblin, but may forget to warn you that it can explode at any moment. And then there’s Gevin. Yeah… well… Gevin’s just Gevin isn’t he? These three unlikely heroes will have to brew potions, battle monsters, and even endure the night-of-the-overturned-chicken-stool before discovering the deepest mysteries of Cupola. 

Truly Deadly

Truly Deadly

Truly Deadly, by Rob Aspinall

You know you’re having a bad day when…

a) Your social life is DOA

b) You’re falling for someone you really shouldn’t

c) A secret agency is trying to kill you

Ever since the heart transplant, Lorna hasn’t been the same.

The crazy behaviours. The insane new spy skills. And the violent memories. Could they really be her donor’s?

Soon Lorna’s on the trail of a mysterious object her donor hid before his death. Not long after, she’s top of a secret agency kill list.

With only her new killer instincts to rely on, will she survive long enough to discover the truth?

Game of Fear

Game of Fear

Game of Fear, by Gledé Browne Kabongo

Academic overachiever Abbie Cooper has one simple goal: get into the Ivy League. But at St. Matthew’s Academy, nothing is ever simple. The pressure is overwhelming, the secrets are dirty, and the games are wicked. Abbie has a dirty secret—one that could destroy her chances of making it to Princeton, and the lives of those closest to her.

One day a package arrives from an anonymous source known only as The Avenger. The package contains a photo depicting the explosive secret Abbie has kept hidden from everyone—the shocking blunder she can never erase. For a price, The Avenger assures her that her secret will remain safe. There’s only one problem: The Avenger may not exist at all

Heaven’s Peak

Heaven's Peak

Heaven’s Peak, by Miguel Estrada

After the tragic death of his mother, teenage photographer Kevin Miller moves to a new town with his alcoholic father and eight-year-old sister in the hope of bringing the family together and starting over. However, everything changes when Kevin witnesses his sister being kidnapped by a bizarre creature. The police are skeptical of his story, so he decides to unveil the mysteries surrounding the town on his own.

On the other side of the investigation, FBI agent Norman James will do anything to solve the baffling case, except believe a traumatized teenager’s nonsense.

The Sentinel

The Sentinel

The Sentinel, by Hamish Spiers

Jason Harding is not your regular crime fighting superhero.

He’s not a billionaire, he’s had no training and he can’t actually fight. And since he’s trying to clean up Fringe City, a dystopian mess that’s been written off by the rest of the country, he knows he’s got his work cut out for him.

What he doesn’t know though are the limits of his abilities and how much the cataclysmic events he puts in motion will change him. To survive, Jason must learn to adapt, depend on others and trust them.

New Year’s Eve Countdown to Murder

Libby looks to get a break from the hustle of an investigative reporter’s workload, and a needy boyfriend, to find some holiday cheer with her hometown girlfriends but instead of counting down to fun – and maybe a tryst or two – it’s a countdown to murder.

The Power of Two and a Half

The Power of Two and a Half

The Power of Two and a Half, by Sonia Parin

Humor and magic with a witch in training, her chatty feline companion and Rebel, the fairy
Lexie and Luna have returned from exile and now share their apartment with Rebel, the fairy Lexie had been gifted with. They all have some adjusting to do but it can all wait until they show their new companion, Rebel, the sights… right after Lexie gets her first cup of coffee for the day. No one is in any hurry to get anything done, not after their recent adventure in exile. However, their best-laid plans go awry when they encounter not one, not two… not even three, but rather, all the O’Rourke detectives. One hundred of them.

Dry

Dry

Dry, by Neal Shusterman

The drought – or the Tap-Out, as everyone calls it – has been going on for a while now. Everyone’s lives have become an endless list of don’ts: don’t water the lawn, don’t take long showers, don’t panic.

Until the taps run dry.

Suddenly, Alyssa’s quiet suburban street spirals into a warzone of desperation; neighbours and families turned against each other on the hunt for water. And when her parents don’t return, she and her younger brother must team up with an unlikely group in search of water. Each of them will need to make impossible choices to survive.

The Howling Cliffs

The Howling Cliffs

The Howling Cliffs, by Mary Deal

Sara Mason joins in searching for Huxley’s MIA brother’s remains in the Vietnam jungle. She is joined by her friend Esmerelda.

Later in Hawaii, Sara learns that a six-year-old neighborhood girl had gone missing ten years earlier. Something odd is going on at the nearby forest cliffs; someone wants this cold case to stay cold.

But even after attempts are made on Sara’s life, she pushes on with the investigation and pursues the leads that take her on a path of danger.

The Feeling of Water

The Feeling of Water

The Feeling of Water, by Tyler Pike

SHE LOST HER LIFE IN WATER…
…time to get it back.

Karan is recovering from an accident that left her disfigured and amnesiac. She’s 21, remembers no-one and feels nothing except a irrational terror of water.

Then she meets Alice. Only 16, and fearless. Strong. Bigger than life. Perhaps even supernatural. And… dangerous. When Alice forces Karan to face her worst fears, together they unleash a terror much more immediate and violent than drowning. Karan nearly died once before, and now someone is determined to ensure she is really, really dead.

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