Prices lowered on all Cliff Knowles novels

I’ve lowered the Kindle price on all the Cliff Knowles novels, including all the overseas markets (except where it was already the lowest permitted price). Amazon does not permit a lower price except for very limited promotional days. The U.S. price for all of them is now $2.99 and if you have Amazon Prime, which I’ve read is now subscribed to by more than 50% of American households, you can borrow it for free. You get a one free book download a month. If you have Kindle Unlimited, you also have all the free downloads you want. All the books are available there, too. You don’t need a Kindle device – there are free apps for all the desktop and mobile devices in common use, I believe.

See my Cliff Knowles Mysteries page for descriptions and links.

2 thoughts on “Prices lowered on all Cliff Knowles novels

  1. Robert Owens

    Prime readers cannot read the Cliff Knowles books for free. Rather, Amazon Unlimited readers can. There is a decided difference between Prime and Unlimited. Prime is a yearly subscription; Unlimited is monthly.

  2. Russ Post author

    Amazon Prime members can borrow Kindle books for free, but only one per month, unlike Kindle Unlimited. Here’s the quote from the Amazon website followed by the link:

    “Borrow a Book from Kindle Owners’ Lending Library
    Prime members can borrow one book from Kindle Owners’ Lending Library each calendar month. You can download the book to compatible devices registered to the same Amazon account or to the account of adults in the same Amazon Household. Available titles may change each calendar month.
    Note: If you’ve already borrowed a book from Kindle Owners’ Lending Library for the current month, you’ll see “Monthly limit reached” underneath the Borrow for Free button in the Kindle Store. When you’re eligible to borrow a book again, you’ll see “Prime members only” underneath the Borrow for Free button.

    To borrow a book:
    From your device, open the Kindle Store.
    Locate an eligible title to borrow.
    Select Borrow for Free. If you’ve already borrowed a book, you’ll be prompted to return that book before you can borrow a new title.”

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