Looking for a FREE book?

I was recently alerted about a book that was becoming free today for an amount of time I am unaware of.  All I know is that for at least today (December 14, 2013), this book is free.

If you’re a fan of Jack the Ripper mysteries, Ripped, a Jack the Ripper Time-Travel Thriller by Shelly Dickson Carr is free on Amazon.  Here’s the summary and cover:

attachmentRIPPED is a winner in 3 IBPA Ben Franklin Awards:
GOLD: Bill Fisher Award for Best First Book, Fiction
SILVER: Best Mystery/Suspense Book
SILVER: Best New Voice (Children/Young Adult)

Can an American teen leave her i-Phone and Starbucks behind, travel back to 1888 London, and unmask the man who got away with murder again and again?

Jack the Ripper eviscerated his victims and sent body parts to Scotland Yard to taunt the inspectors. Katie has read about the Ripper. Visiting a Jack the Ripper exhibit, she learns the names of his victims and where they were killed. She’s watched her fair share of CSI; surely she knows enough to stop this maniac.

And, luckily, handsome nineteenth-century Toby agrees to help her. Can gutsy Katie and Toby do what Scotland Yard’s finest could not? If she intervenes and changes history, how will that affect her life and those around her? And when it’s time to go back to her own century, can Katie really leave Toby—the one who believed in her, helped her, and really understood her?

With 60 illustrations by Chris Gall. (In color on color devices)

I haven’t read this, but if you’re interested in it, I encourage you to check it out.  It sounds really good to me.

LINK:  http://www.amazon.com/Ripped-Shelly-Dickson-Carr-ebook/dp/B00AB23RBQ

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