Kindle Reads $1.99 down to Free

Growing Season: a novel (Book 1).  Melinda is already at a crossroads when the “for rent” sign beckons her down a dusty gravel lane. Facing forty, single and downsized from her stellar career at a big-city ad agency, she’s struggling to start over when a phone call brings her home to rural Iowa.

Dodge City: Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, and the Wickedest Town in the American West ($1.99) The instant New York Times bestseller!  Dodge City, Kansas, is a place of legend. The town that started as a small military site exploded with the coming of the railroad, cattle drives, eager miners, settlers, and various entrepreneurs passing through to populate the expanding West.

The Vikings (99¢).  At the height of their power in the ninth and tenth centuries, the Vikings seemed invincible – conquering, well-armed warriors whose ships were the ultimate in seafaring technology.

Carry Me Home ($1.99). The love of family. The heartbreak of war. The triumph of coming home. 1940. Rural Wisconsin. Sixteen-year-old Earl “Earwig” Gunderman is not like other boys his age.

The Godfather: 50th Anniversary Edition ($1.99). 50th ANNIVERSARY EDITION—WITH A NEW INTRODUCTION BY FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA.  Mario Puzo’s classic saga of an American crime family that became a global phenomenon—nominated as one of America’s best-loved novels by PBS’s The Great American Read.

Without a Trace (99¢).  Lily’s gone. Someone took her. Unless she was she never there…

Lexie Starr Cozy Mysteries Boxed Set (Three Complete Cozy Mysteries in One) 99¢.  Join widowed library assistant and amateur sleuth Lexie Starr on her first three encounters with mayhem, murder, and a potential suitor.

A Throne for Sisters  “Morgan Rice’s imagination is limitless. In another series that promises to be as entertaining as the previous ones, A THRONE OF SISTERS presents us with the tale of two sisters (Sophia and Kate), orphans, fighting to survive in a cruel and demanding world of an orphanage.

Coming soon: five ABOVE

First, Dollar Tree started selling items for more than just a dollar – and many shoppers didn’t take kindly to the news, saying there are already plenty of stores where they can buy things for a few dollars more, like Dollar General, Walmart and Five Below.

So how will they react when Five Below itself – named after its promise to sell everything at $5 or less – starts selling things for $5.25, $5.50, or even $10?

It seems we’ll soon find out. Internal and external forces alike have prompted the retailer to rethink the maximum price point that’s right there in its name.  Here’s the Coupons in the News article.