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Eine Sklavin kämpft mit ihrer Vergangenheit. Die letzten Senatoren kämpfen verzweifelt um die Macht. Ein gestohlenes Artefakt gefunden, ein Mord in der Folge. Ein verschwundener russischer Filmstar. Spion in China? Blind, taub und dennoch vergnügt. – Gute englische eBook-Bestseller kostenlos oder sehr, sehr preiswert. Diese eBooks sind oft nur kurze Zeit kostenlos! Bitte beachten Sie unsere FAQ zu den hier präsentierten kostenlosen eBooks.

Chinese Burn

Thriller von Eric Clark

China, 1970s – and American railway engineer David Piper is on the run for his life. What started out as a relatively uneventful business trip soon goes awry when a Russian defector – Boris Yakov – breaks into Piper’s hotel room and asks Piper to help him contact the CIA. Against his will, Piper agrees. But his agreement throws him headlong into a political intrigue of international proportions, and Piper is soon in over his head. Now wanted by the Chinese authorities, who are convinced that he is a spy, and also by the Russians, Piper is on the run for his life…

Eric Clark ist ein britischer investigativer Journalist, der in vielen Zeitungen veröffentlicht und Sachbücher schreibt. Darüber hinaus ist er aber auch Autor von Thrillern. „The pace of the story is as breathtaking as the chase itself“ (Oxford Times) 308 Seiten – noch gratis?

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The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists

Witziger Roman von Gideon Defoe

1837: the Victorian Era approaches and the golden age of piracy draws to a close. Worried that his pirates are growing bored of roaring, running people through, and sitting about on tropical beaches, the Pirate Captain decides it’s time they had an adventure. A chance encounter with the young Charles Darwin leads the Captain and his crew to the fog-filled streets of London, a grisly murder and a diabolical Bishop …

Gideon Defoe (* 1975) ist ein britischer Schriftsteller und Drehbuchautor. Seine verrückten Piratengeschichten sind teilweise auch verfilmt worden. “Very funny, very silly and highly original” (Esquire) (53 Rezensionen / 4,3 Sterne), 225 Seiten noch günstig?

Take a Bow, Missy Chin

Krimi von Gerald Heys

Smooth Prague PI Harry Novák’s investigation of the disappearance of a Russian film star is about to run into the ground when he bumps into Olga Bradová, jazz singer and amateur sleuth. She’s determined to team up with Harry and cajole him into finding the missing girl, even if it means both getting bullied and smacked around by some of the nastiest guys in town.

Gerald Heys ist ein Engländer, ehemaliger Lehrer und Schauspieler und jetzt Journalist und Redakteur. Sein erster Roman spielt in Prag, wo er lange gelebt hat. “Excellent read. Really brought Prague to life and kept me hooked until the end.” (Leserin) (3 Rezensionen / 5,0 Sterne), 211 Seiten- noch gratis?

Ghost of a Chance Paranormaler Cozy Krimi von Cate Dean
Maggie Mulgrew betreibt The Ash Leaf, einen Antiquitätenladen in der ruhigen Stadt Holmestead in England, die nichts mit Sherlock zu tun hat, nein, danke. Sie verkauft ihre Waren an enttäuschte Touristen und Einheimische, die ihren vielseitigen Geschmack mögen. Professor Pembroke Martin erjagt ein Artefakt, das von einem ehemaligen Assistenten gestohlen worden ist. “A thoroughly enjoyable cozy mystery with just enough romance and a touch of the supernatural. The characters are realistic and easy to like, and the ending has an unexpected twist.” (Leser) (70 Rezensionen / 4,5 Sterne), 163 Seiten – noch gratis?

Rebels and Patriots SciFi von A.G. Claymore
Genau die Institution, die uns zusammenhält und uns vor den Greys schützt, steht kurz vor dem Aus. Die großen Senatoren-Familien konkurrieren um schwindelnde Rest und nutzen jeden Trick in ihrem Arsenal, um einen Vorteil zu gewinnen. Der beste Freund von Inspektor Paul Grimm hat einen Mord angehangen bekommen, den er, technisch betrachtet, auch begangen hat. “I have been reading science fiction for 60 years and this is one of best books from a new author I have read in a long time. Mr. Claymore keeps the story moving and doesn’t feel the need d to fill it up with what I call filler words.” (Leser) (42 Rezensionen / 4,4 Sterne), 229 Seiten – noch gratis?

Marek Krajewski (* 4. September 1966 in Breslau) ist ein polnischer Altphilologe (Latein), ehemaliger Hochschullehrer und Krimi-Autor. Krajewski verbindet stilistisch Elemente des Schauerromans mit denen des Krimis. Er berücksichtigt dabei die genaue topographische und historische Kenntnis Breslaus.

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Death in Breslau

Historischer Thriller von Marek Krajewski

In Breslau 1933: the mutilated body of a young woman, an aristocrat, is found dead on a train. Scorpions writhe in her slashed stomach – a horrifying image that becomes crucial to the investigation. Inspector Eberhard Mock is called in to deal with the case, and is assigned an assistant, Herbert Anwaldt, an orphan.

Band 1 der Serie. “The city of Breslau is as much a character in this thriller as the parade of gothic loons that inhabit it…This addictive soup has an air of the burlesque about it.” (The Daily Telegraph) (29 Rezensionen / 3.6 Sterne), 257 Seiten noch günstig?

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End of the World in Breslau

Historischer Thriller von Marek Krajewski

A man bound, gagged and sealed alive inside a wall to die. Another quartered, his fingers severed. One of the victims was a musician, the other a locksmith. The only detail that the killings have in common – apart from their abnormal savagery – is a page of a calendar with the day of the death marked in blood. To solve these bizarre murders, Criminal Councillor Eberhard Mock must search for answers in Breslau’s underworld, a decadent demi-monde he knows all too well.

Band 2 der Serie. „This is cleverly written, and brings to life a world that can seem quite exotic to us. The police still use torture to get confessions, whilst also turning their backs on certain activities, and drugs and sex result in orgies, as the rich live a different life to the rest of us.“ (Leser) (13 Rezensionen / 4,2 Sterne), 306 Seiten noch günstig?

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Phantoms of Breslau

Historischer Thriller von Marek Krajewski

Breslau, 1919: the hideously battered, naked bodies of four sailors are discovered on an island in the River Oder. As he pieces together the elements of this brutal crime, Criminal Assistant Mock combs the brothels and drinking dens of Breslau and is drawn into an insidious game: it seems that anyone he questions during the course of the investigation is destined to become the next victim.

Band 3 der Serie. „Add to the mix some great twists, a period drama and you know that its something different to the vast majority of titles out there.“ (Leser) (15 Rezensionen / 4,5 Sterne), 289 Seiten noch günstig?

Soledad

SciFi von D.L. Young

Soledad Paz is a slave, sold to a ruthless rebel leader by marauders who raided her home and murdered her parents. With her remarkable ability to see through any deception, she’s become an invaluable–and unwilling–secret weapon in the war to control the Republic. When a ghost from her former life unexpectedly appears, everything she thought she knew about her past shatters into oblivion and she resolves to find the truth…by any means necessary.

D.L. Young ist ein erfolgreicher Autor von futuristischen Thrillern in Texas. „D.L. Young crafts a unique story in a short space. It reads fast and is engaging. There is a definite character arc that showcases subtle and realistic character growth. The characters act in ways you would expect, except when they surprise you in the best and worst ways.“ (Leserin) (50 Rezensionen / 4,6 Sterne), 245 Seiten – noch gratis?

Cane Confessions Erinnerungen von Amy L. Bovaird
Amy L. Bovaird ist durch Retinopathia pigmentosa blind geworden. Was sie freilich nicht davon abgehalten hat, behindert, aber weiterhin vergnügt durchs Leben zu laufen. „Amy Bovaird takes her readers from spa treatments beside palm-lined beaches in South India, to Arab palaces, Scottish highlands and up Mount Fuji. With self-deprecating humour, Amy recounts how local dialects, challenging physical terrain, and cultural differences filled her life as a language instructor. Her chosen profession and her sense of adventure has allowed her to have a life that is sensory, rich and full. A diagnosis of Retinitis Pigmentosa, affecting both her vision and her hearing, affected that life, but robbed her of litle. Did she once walk right through a famous person’s photo-shoot? Why yes she did. Did she once walk right off a stage because she couldn’t see the edge? Yes, she did that too. Does she jog regularly and climb mountains, both figuratively and literally? Yes. Amy laughs at herself, analyzes a situation inwardly and outwardly, and deftly uses her life to comment on the world the way she sees it.“ (Leserin) (18 Rezensionen / 4,8 Sterne), 164 Seiten – noch gratis?

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