Tuesday, February 14, 2017

CLFA book bomb, February 2017

It’s the February 2017 CLFA Booknado! Feel the rush as a fresh, bold breeze blasts away tired, stale, establishment fiction and blows in the new, the independent-minded, and the Kindle bargains, too! Read on for this month’s featured titles, and click on any book image to shop.


Live and Let Bite (Love at First Bite Book 3) by Declan Finn

The third book in the Dragon Award nominated “Love at First Bite” series.

The Undercover Captain (Captain Nancy Martin Book 2) by Henry Vogel

It will take every bit of skill Nancy and Erica have to track down the evil genius behind the disappearances. Defeating them will be a different matter entirely.

Letters from Aztlan by John L. Wolf

In a dystopian, post-meltdown United States, a cynical, aging gunfighter receives a letter from an old friend in desperate need of help. He must fight his way across cartel occupied territory to find her.
$1.99 OR LESS

For the dates February 12 and 13, 2017, as reported by book author.



The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin by L. Jagi Lamplighter

Fringe meets Narnia at Hogwarts


The Raven, the Elf, and Rachel (A Book of Unexpected Enlightenment 2) by L. Jagi Lamplighter

Rachel Griffin returns for more rousing adventure and humor!



Tears of Paradox (Storms of Transformation Book 1) by Daniella Bova

America has fallen to a Marxist bureaucracy, and the parents of an unborn child go underground to keep their baby’s existence a secret.


A Place Outside the Wild (Z-Day Book 1) by Daniel Humphreys

Eight years after Z-Day, the surviving remnants of mankind face the unknown. The scars of the long war run deep. And hope is a dangerous thing when the real enemy might just be the survivors themselves.


Bulletproof Vestments (Father Jay Book 1) by Jane Lebak

A former gang member has tracked down the man who ratted out his brother 10 years ago. It’s time for some good old-fashioned revenge, except the man in question is disabled. And he’s a priest. And no one’s going to let him go down without a fight.

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