New Kindle Store exclusive: David Morrell makes 10 ebooks available exclusively in the Kindle Store

From the press release: (NASDAQ:AMZN) today announced that internationally bestselling author David Morrell is releasing a new, never-before-published, full-length thriller, "The Naked Edge," along with nine of his previously published books, in electronic book format exclusively in the Kindle Store.

This is the first time any of these titles have been available electronically. These Kindle editions will offer additional content for many of the books, including new introductions and photographs that reveal insights into the making of these modern classics. All 10 of these Morrell books are available starting today for download exclusively from the Kindle Store (


Morrell is the co-founder of the International Thriller Writers organization, a three-time Bram Stoker award- winner, and recipient of ITW's ThrillerMaster award in recognition of his legendary career and outstanding contributions to the thriller genre. His first novel "First Blood," still in print after 38 years, became the successful Rambo film franchise.


These 10 Morrell books will be electronically available exclusively in the Kindle Store for one year:

  • "The Naked Edge" (a new, never published, high-action thriller with numerous photo inserts)
  • "First Blood"
  • "Blood Oath" (with a new Introduction)
  • "The Brotherhood of the Rose"
  • "The Fraternity of the Stone"
  • "The Covenant of the Flame" (with a new Introduction and photo inserts)
  • "The Totem" " (both the markedly different U.S. and U.K. versions available together for the first time)
  • "The Protector"
  • "Last Reveille"
  • "Fireflies"

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