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My ebooks on sale this week at Smashwords.com to celebrate ebook week

http://www.smashwords.com/books/search?query=darden+north

The ebook format of my three novels is on sale 50% off the week of March 6 -12, 2011, only at http://www.smashwrds.com/.

This is the link to my listing on Smashwords:

http://www.smashwords.com/books/search?query=darden+north

My novels are also available on iPad, Kindle, Sony eReader, Kobo, Nook, and others.

Fresh Frozen
Someone wants to steal a movie star’s frozen embryos as the boundaries between good and evil medicine are blurred, and reality replaces science fiction. Under the eye of an Internet voyeur, a na├»ve policeman and his tormented wife discover that human reproductive tissue can become a fatal commodity.

Points of Origin
Set in a contemporary southern town, the death of patient Flowers Ridley costs Dr. Dan Foxworth his plastic surgery dynasty and his own life. While several families are consumed with retribution against a conniving lawyer and the overly ambitious doctor, an arsonist plans the ultimate revenge … only to lose the race to someone else.

House Call
A police investigation into the murder of a young hospital nurse weaves through a southern community rife with self-indulgence; reverse sexual discrimination; cut-throat medical politics; and diverse, almost comical, characters. Before a psychopath can be stopped, another will die.

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