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Free Audiobooks (just for the asking)!

Audiobooks are a great way to pass the time commuting or traveling! And right now, I’m giving away free copies of several of the audiobooks that I’ve narrated.

If you’re connected with me on Twitter, just send me a DM, and we’ll go from there. Otherwise, you can go here to my contact page (make sure the email address you put in the form is the one you want me to respond to) and I’ll reply to you via email with the details:
http://djholte.com/contact/

Redeeming your free copy is a fairly straightforward process. Plus, there’s nothing you need to subscribe to or join, and no other strings attached to this offer. The only thing I ask is for — and this is not mandatory, merely a humble request — is that you post an honest review (or even just a star rating) on Amazon and/or Audible, once you’ve listened to the audiobook.

Thank you!

Here are the titles you can choose from — each with a link to its Amazon page, where you can learn more, listen to a sample, and read reviews others have written:

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Port Starbird


In this quirky low-key murder mystery, Storm Ketchum, a damaged emigre to the coastal town of Avon on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, likes to mind his own business and isn’t any kind of detective – until he’s forced to become one by extraordinary circumstances.

On the verge of losing his modest waterfront home to an unscrupulous developer, Ketch stumbles onto the scene of a crime that might expose the perpetrator of an unsolved murder and enable him to save not only his own home, but also the similarly threatened bohemian boatyard community he’s inexorably drawn into. And in case Plan A fails, he’s hard at work on a Plan B that’s both laudable and pitiable – if he can’t stop them from seizing his property and ruining what’s left of his historic town, he’s hell-bent on turning the event into a political statement.

Together with his loyal dog, a salty charter boat captain, the sketchy denizens of the boatyard, and an alluring scuba diving instructor who may or may not have a hidden agenda, Ketch struggles to make sense of his new reality, while trying to save some of the things that really matter along the way.

 

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Lethal Misconduct


A ray of hope for millions… Powerful forces move to stop it.

A Marine and his team play for keeps.

A cure has been found for one of the world’s deadliest diseases, but unseen forces want to keep the medical miracle from seeing the light of day. Can former Marine Cal Stokes and his new presidential sanctioned team track down the cure, save its inventor and take out the those trying to maintain the status quo?

 

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Going Shogun


On the run. Out of time. A brownie recipe worth millions.

Lovable loser Chris waits tables by day and dreams of making something better of himself by night. But, under the almighty, oppressive rule of The Board and their divisive caste system, it’s nearly impossible. That is until his super-geek pal and fellow waiter, Forklift, hits upon a foolproof scheme: steal their employer’s ultra-popular, top secret recipes and sell them on a black market internet site.

It’s all fun and games until the mysterious death of a local hacker shatters their surefire plan, sending them on a fast-paced adventure through the city’s seedy underground, where they hope to salvage what’s left and avoid capture by the Board Agents at all costs. Nobody comes back from that. Nobody.

 

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Harmless


From the USA TODAY and Amazon best-selling author of Sara’s Game,..this is Harmless, an unconventional love story, a murder mystery, and a laugh out loud, hilarious work of fiction.

There’s someone for everyone…even Steve.
Steve Pendragon is an eccentric (and sometimes delusional) used car salesman in love with Kerry, the quiet, secretive girl next door – only she doesn’t know it. When the would-be love of his life turns up dead, all signs point to Steve.

Once the detectives hit a dead end in their investigation and he becomes the prime suspect, Steve is left with only a reluctant police officer and a crooked private investigator to help him prove his innocence. Could a kindhearted homeless woman and a cryptic note in Kerry’s diary provide the key to the mystery?

 

Posted by DJ on April 22nd, 2015 at 5:13pm.

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