Who doesn’t like FREE? Short stories by Lance Morcan

Mr. Morcan has reached out to let me know that his collection of short stories is currently FREE on Amazon for your kindle, and who doesn’t like free?

Previously published individually by Sterling Gate Books, there’s something for every reading palate:

(description via Amazon)

ONCE WERE BROTHERS – Life will never be the same for young Benjamin Thomas after disaffected Maoris abduct his identical twin brother in this moving short story adventure set in Nineteenth Century New Zealand.

Mr. 100% – When New York defense lawyer Madison ‘Mr. 100%’ Harley secures a Not Guilty verdict for a client who confides that he is guilty of the ghastly crimes he was accused of, he sets out to ensure that justice is done.

A GLADIATOR’S LOVE – In this short story set in Ancient Rome, dashing Greek gladiator Leonidas is one fight away from winning his freedom. Throughout his trials he is sustained by the love of Fatuma, a beautiful gladiatrix.

THE LAST TASMANIAN TIGER – Outdoorsman Charlie Truganini can’t believe his eyes when on a trip into Tasmania’s wilderness he sees a Tasmanian tiger – a carnivorous marsupial considered by most Australians to be extinct.

BROOKLYN BANKSTER – After ageing hippy Bill Hogan is taken hostage during a bank heist in Brooklyn, his captors demand a million-dollar ransom for his safe return. The problem is no-one knows who the hell Bill Hogan is. Does he even exist?

Hop on over to get yours today — and for a LIMITED TIME it is FREE! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086JZSK2T/

(link provided by Mr. Morcan and is not an affiliate link associated with Beth’s Book-Nook Blog)

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