Here’s another book that costs money on Amazon’s Kindle page, but is free from other booksellers like Barnes & Noble as a nook offering; you can also get it for free in the Kindle format from Smashwords. I’m talking about John Harold McCoy’s book Bramwell Valley, which has received an average rating of 4 out of 5 stars from 35 Barnes & Noble customer reviews. You can pick up your free copy for the Kindle by clicking here, or type in http://tinyurl.com/bvalley with your web browser. Just be sure to choose the “Kindle (.mobi)” version to download!
Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:
Hell closes down when Lucifer falls in love, quits his job as the devil and becomes a bartender in Ft Lauderdale. Deep in the rugged mountains of southern West Virginia, nestled in the cradle of an idyllic little valley, the tiny town of Bramwell, and its colorful cast of lovable characters, hold an ancient secret. Here, in this most unlikely of places, the women of Bramwell Valley cook, clean, shop, gossip, dream, fall in love – and guard the gates of Hell. The tranquility … more »of daily life in the valley is disrupted when Lucifer finds a way out of the depths. He simply quits his job as the devil, packs his bags, and heads for Florida. Pandemonium erupts in the valley when, without the devil to keep things in check, various demons find their way out of Hell and wander into Bramwell. A rather likeable Lucifer, decidedly un-evil demons, sorcery gone awry, romance and hilarity are the theme of this heart-warming very tall tale. When I was 10, or so, I spent a few summers with my grand parents on their small farm just a few miles from Bramwell, West Virginia. In the town, across the street from what I remember as a big scary looking house made of stone, was a drug store. There were candy jars on the soda fountain counter and comic books on a whirling rack. The strawberry sodas from the fountain were the best in the world – I thought. A few doors down the street from the drugstore was the Bramwell Theater – the only movie theater for many miles around. That little town, in its little valley, was the inspiration for the book I have on the site. I like to think the characters I’ve created truly haunt Bramwell Valley, or at least my hazy memory of it. They fit so well there.
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