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Ebook Deal of the Day UK | September 21, 2017

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Free Sunday Deals: Four Free Humour Ebooks for Kindle

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Thanks for visiting our Free Daily Deals feature. Today we’re sharing four free humour ebooks for Kindle. Please LIKE & SHARE with your friends. Follow us on Facebook to get even more daily free and bargain ebooks.

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urban fantasyPurple by Graham J. Sharpe
After a purple storm sweeps around Planet Earth, stealing millions of people, four teenagers struggle to make it alone in London. Drawn together by a series of bizarre coincidences, Ellie, Midge, Scott and Marty soon find themselves entangled with a bunch of interfering pensioners. Among the cast of players are flamboyant hairdresser Mr Rupert, Pearl the loud-mouthed tea lady and June, a psychic, who travels the world on her motorbike. As the tranquillizing effects of the Purple diminish, greed and the lust for power take hold. Penny Treasure, leader of the Decision Makers Council, dreams up an idea that could destroy the world forever. In a desperate hunt to find the missing, clues are pieced together and some shocking secrets come tumbling out of the closet.

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free ebooksBastard Husband: A Love Story by Linda Lou
Bastard Husband: A Love Story is a humorous account of the author’s first year alone in Las Vegas after a midlife divorce from someone who was the perfect soulmate–until that one drink too many. The book is threaded with reflections of the relationship and shows how she transitioned from anger and sadness to doing stand-up comedy for the first time at age 46. Funny and sad, demented and poignant… all at the same time.

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free ebooksDeath is a Relative Thing by Holly Patrone
April Serao’s love life is much like a desert, dry, dusty and a little cracked. Six years ago, her husband Sal died while having sex. That was bad, but he was with her, so it could have been worse, however he hadn’t finished renovating the kitchen, so it really could have been better. Now April’s raising their three sons alone. Word got around about how Sal met his unfortunate demise which has earned April a “killer good” reputation. Because of it, most men put a considerable amount of distance between her and them. Her mother Marie takes April to see a local celebrity psychic, convinced Sal will talk to them. April knows Sal hasn’t held up his end of a conversation in a long time but goes anyway because her mother is wiry tough, sports Cherry Cola #17 red hair and is a force to be reckoned with. She’s also a “Sicilian Guilt Trip” ninja, and April knows she won’t win the battle. April works as a Technical Support Engineer at a company called Tin Cup Software. Her co workers and occasional partners in crime are Rob and Marley. Rob has a hologram perfect family and Marley passes the time by tweezing chin hairs while talking to customers. She lives with a large multicolored parrot named Rodney that she believes is going through teenage angst. An out of state business associate asks April on her first date since Sal’s death and she soon finds herself struggling to balance her past, her children and friends and the possibility of new love. Her life, further complicated by a dead musician, a little latex and a few bad guys becomes a rollicking laugh out loud read that you won’t want to miss.

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humourStraight Out of University by Rosen Trevithick
Sophie’s university life is lively, characterised by passionate, sapphic love affairs, liberal activism and boundary-pushing theatre.

Nine years later, she returns to her hometown in Cornwall, where girls are friends with girls, boys are friends with boys, and queer is an experience felt when you drink too much cider.

Sophie falls for John, a sensible, conservative male man with a fondness for cardigans, but can they overcome their cultural differences?

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