Winter Reading

I think it was Benjamin Franklin who said, “Every mile is two in winter.” There’s a good deal of truth in this statement. The daylight is short and the air is cold. By 9:00 p.m. it seems as if it’s been dark for 8 hours. Here’s something to break the winter’s grip. Down load one of our books and get under the electric blanket and settle in. We’ve got the best of Cape Cod for Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook readers.
At $2.99 a book, you can get warm without having to lay out a lot of bread–or having to get in your car and drive to a bookstore on a cold night.

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