The Khekarian Threat – FREE on Kindle (Day 4).

You don’t need a Kindle to enjoy this sci-fi, sexy, action, adventure freebie, Amazon has downloadable reader apps (free), so you can enjoy your free version of “The Khekarian Threat” on your PC, smartphone or tablet – it’s a meaty read (near 600 pages – that’s a lot of book), fast-paced and professionally written – Mature readers, please, meaning those not adverse to realism, explicit sex, coarse language and violence.

This free offer expires at midnight 23rd August, 2013 (USA Standard Pacific Time), and won’t be back for three months, so grab a copy while you can.


To download your Kindle version of “The Khekarian Threat”, click HERE.

(For those not familiar with Amazon downloads, after you go there, check that the Kindle edition registers $0.00, click Kindle edition, then look to the right of the screen for the green box with the yellow “Buy this at a single click” orange button. Don’t worry, if the price was $0.00, you will be charged $0.00).

For those who are interested, but don’t have a Kindle, get your free Kindle app for your PC., your smartphone, tablet, etc., (free), click HERE.

To read the reviews so far on The Khekarian Threat, click HERE (only 6, but worth it. Even the person who didn’t like it gave me 3 stars – the rest are one at 4 stars, and four at 5 stars). 😀

To read more about the Khekarian Threat on my blog, with links provided, including to the first four chapters (to see if it’s your thing), click HERE.

If this book grabs you at all, it will grab you completely. There is no such thing as a book that everybody loves, but what I can say with certainty is that most people who have read it, love it. Give it a go. Enjoy.

Cheers everybody!


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