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  1. Ok I've heard a lot about there not being enough good writers. All all the writers are writing crap. Well here is your chance to download an entire book from a good writier for free! Check out the novel "The Rampage of the Rufus Buck Gang" by Leonce Gaiter: http://aalbc.it/lg-free-ebook The eBook is available in all the popular formats. This promotion ends October 6th. Use must use coupon code WB45M at check out. Leonce is a excellent writer and has crafted a throughly researched novel about little known chapter in American history. Again the eBook is free. What do you have to lose -- except a chance to discover terrific story? Thumper, one of my most critical reviewers described Leonce novel "Bourbon Street" this way, "It has been a long while since I read a book as complex and gorgeous as Bourbon Street written by Leonce Gaiter. A novel which explores the spectrum of inner naked essence of human nature, Bourbon Street was a sheer joy to read from beginning to end." Read the entire review here: http://aalbc.com/reviews/bourbon_street.htm
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