Friday List #Top10FavoriteArtist

We are coming down to the wire for the top of the top Friday Night Favorite Artist and I am ready to let you all know which book is next on my List of my Favorite Top Ten Artists

  • “For the past year I have been reading a lot of new authors on my Kindle, so instead of picking my favorite of my favorite, I wanted to pick from the books I have read during this past year. This I had to give some thought to, since I have read a lot of really great books on my kindle. So here is my list of favorites.”

Here is the recap:

Eight weeks ago at #10 was Winning Mr. Wrong by Marie Higgins

Seven weeks ago at #9 slot was A Modern Witch by Debora Geary

Six weeks ago the #8 slot was Deadly Intentions by Candice Poarche

Five weeks ago at the #7 slot was The Book of Deacon by Joseph R. Lallo

Four weeks ago at the #6 slot was Sleep Tight by Anne Frasier.

Three weeks at the #5 slot was Hostile Witness by Rebecca Forster

Two week at the #4 slot was Bewitching by Alex Flinn

Last week at the #3 slot was Hollowland (The Hollows #1) by Amanda Hocking

So which book is up next?

…. (Linda opens up her word pad folder one more time and peeks inside)

#2

The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy #2)


byJames Morcan, Lance Morcan

 An epic, atmospheric story that begins with twenty three genetically superior orphans being groomed to become elite spies in Chicago’s Pedemont Orphanage and concludes with a political assassination deep in the Amazon jungle.

The Orphan Factory, a coming-of-age spy thriller novel, is book two in The Orphan Trilogy and a prequel to The Ninth Orphan. Go on another frenetic journey with the ninth-born orphan as he busts out of the clandestine orphanage he knew as home and goes on the run across America.

In the late 1970’s, in Chicago, Illinois, the secretive Omega Agency initiates the Pedemont Project – a radical experiment utilizing genetic engineering technologies – to create twenty three orphan babies with the plan to turn them into the world’s most effective assassins.

One of the prodigies will rebel: meet Number Nine, an orphan with a mind of his own.

In 1998, when Nine reaches adulthood and graduates with honors from the Pedemont Orphanage, he is already an adept of the deadly espionage arts. Ordered by his Omega masters to assassinate a survivor of the Jonestown tragedy in Guyana’s Amazon rainforest, Nine is forced to draw upon all of his advanced training just to stay alive.

“Looking for an adventure – suspense – conspiracy – action packed novel to read look no further. What a great read, there was never a dull moment in this story. It is a page turner and well written. This is a movie quality story.”

And if you haven’t read any of these books I have listed over the past few weeks, you really do need to check them out, they were all great books.

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About Linda Nelson

Linda Nelson is a writer, blogger, daytime worker and student of business management and social services. Her studies are taking up a significant portion of her time while she finishes up her associate's degree and begins working on her bachelor degree with the intent of acquiring her MBA for Human Resource Management. Linda is a member of the Romance Writers of America (RWA) and The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). She is the author of Along Came Neil, a Young Adult Sweet-romance which is the last book in her Wings From Ashes trilogy released in 2013. Linda is working on other romances, but their release dates are still undetermined. Linda lives in Southern New Hampshire where she attends college at Franklin Pierce University. You can reach Linda at her website lindajnelson.com.

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