Amazon Avenger for $0.99

My good friend and fellow blogger Mike Mollenhour has decreased the Kindle price of his second novel, Amazon Avenger, to just $0.99. If you like Tom Clancy-style thrillers with realistic gun play, then I highly recommend this book.

On a side note, if you have never tried using a Kindle or similar ebook reader, please go into a store and try one. Even when publishers offer to send me free books I instead opt to buy on the Kindle because the reading experience is so much more pleasant.



Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • todd

    Another nice thing about Kindle is, once you’ve finished your book, rather than have it sit around collecting digital dust, you can legally share your book with 1 person for 14 days. http://booklending.com makes it easy to match benevolent sharers with potential readers. =)

    • abprosper

      Physical books can be shared as long as desired or given away. I control them and own them.

      And yes of course, they can be backed up with some effort till Amazon comes up with a patch or the next one requires a DRM signature to view.

      That why I pass on such devices.

      However good luck to your friend.

  • micah

    Ive read both of MJ Mollenhour’s books and can highly recommend them to anyone who enjoys books written by someone who has more than a passing knowledge of firearms. I can assure you that there are no references to turning the safety off on Glocks. Very entertaining and worth while to read.

  • Tony

    Another positive with Kindle is that you don’t actually own the books you’ve paid for – when you update your device, Amazon (or, one would assume, any other store – Amazon is just the one who’ve already done this) can just decide to delete stuff you’ve already paid for from your reader.

    Oh, wait, that’s not a positive thing – in fact, it’s one major reason why I won’t own one.

  • tommy2rs

    When the wife insisted we get a Kindle I was doubtful but it turns out it is a decent way to read. As for Amazon deleting books, if you take the trouble to download them to your pc and move them out of the default folder they can’t be deleted. Go to Manage My Kindle and select download and transfer by USB. Keep the wireless turned off unless you’re using it and don’t sync when you are.

    If you let others manage your property then you shouldn’t be surprised when it disappears.

  • Matt G.

    Loved both of mike’s books. Looking forward to number three. I can say they are definitely worth more than .99c

  • Dan

    Great book -just read it due to your post… He knows what he’s talking about firearms wise…

  • Tuulos

    Steve, what Kindle are you currently using and would you be kind enough to write a review of it for those of us who are considering buying one?

  • MJM

    Thank you, Steve, for posting, and thanks to your readers for the kind comments. It’s encouraging at oh-dark-thirty when I get up to write.