Saturday, January 28, 2012

MystereBooks: The First Rule of Ten by Gay Hendricks and Tinker Lindsay

MystereBooks: Mystery, Suspense, and Thriller eBooks

MystereBooks is pleased to feature The First Rule of Ten by Gay Hendricks and Tinker Lindsay, published earlier this month and currently available at a very special price (ebook editions only). This is the first in a trilogy of mysteries to feature ex-monk — and soon-to-be ex-cop — Tenzing Norbu.

The publisher — Hay House — has set the price of this ebook at $0.99 as of the date and time of this post. Prices are subject to change without notice. The price displayed on the vendor website at the time of purchase will be the price paid for the book. Please confirm the price of the book before completing your transaction.

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The First Rule of Ten by Gay Hendricks and Tinker Lindsay

The First Rule of Ten by Gay Hendricks and Tinker Lindsay
A Tenzing Norbu Mystery
Publisher: Hay House

About The First Rule of Ten (from the publisher): Don't ignore intuitive tickles lest they reappear as sledgehammers. That's the first rule of Ten.

Growing up in a Tibetan Monastery, Tenzing "Ten" Norbu dreamed of becoming a modern-day Sherlock Holmes. So when he was sent to Los Angeles to teach meditation, he joined the LAPD instead. But as the Buddha says, change is inevitable; and ten years later, everything is about to change — big-time — for Ten. One resignation from the police force, two bullet-wounds, three suspicious deaths, and a beautiful woman later, he quickly learns that whenever he breaks his first rule, mayhem follows.

Important Note: This ebook was priced at $0.99 on the date and time of this post. Prices can and do change without prior notice. Please confirm the price of the book before completing your purchase.

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2 comments:

  1. I think your link to amazon is to a different book. Is the book not available for a deal on amazon?

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  2. Thank you Harvee for letting us know we had the wrong links in place. We've corrected — and more importantly, tested — them.

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