Merry Christmas! The 12 Days of Kindle is back and better than before. Stock up your library with hundreds of selected books on sale from £0.99. We've included bestsellers, new releases, cult favourites and more across a variety of genres, so there's bound to be something for everyone.
Below are 10 books that we enjoy and recommend, but don't stop there--browse the full selection. What's more, we'll be adding books to the sale each day, so check back daily for the new additions. Terms and conditions apply. Sale ends January 6, 2012.
Dead Simple by Peter James
Go back to the beginning of Peter James's extraordinary Roy Grace series with the first novel, Dead Simple. When a harmless stag night prank turns deadly, Detective Superintendent Grace is brought in to investigate and he soon discovers that one man's disaster is another man's fortune.
Taming Natasha by Nora Roberts
From best-selling romance author Nora Roberts comes a story of broken promises and shattered dreams. Natasha left youthful indiscretions far behind when she settled in a rural town--until Spence Kimball finds his way into her closely guarded heart.
A Game of Thrones by George RR Martin
Amongst the bloodshed, cruelty and tragedy, there is also passion, charm and courage as the struggle for the Iron Throne begins in A Game of Thrones, the first volume of the hugely popular and highly acclaimed epic fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire.
The Island by Victoria Hislop
Richly enchanting and set against the backdrop of the Mediterranean during World War II, the debut from Victoria Hislop is an enthralling story of dreams and desires, of secrets desperately hidden, and of leprosy's touch on an unforgettable family.
Shackleton's Way by Margot Morrell and Stephanie Capparell
Sir Ernest Shackleton's adventurous ambition, incredible endurance and heroic survival against all odds is the stuff of legend. In this book, authors Morrell and Capparell capture the explorer's leadership style and turn it into lessons on how to lead with authority, integrity, humour and compassion.
The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
Winner of the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, this dystopian thriller follows a boy and a girl on the run from a town where all thoughts can be heard, and the passage to manhood embodies a horrible secret.
Lemon Sherbert & Dolly Blue by Lynn Knight
Lynn Knight's family is no ordinary family, her home no ordinary home. This remarkable memoir--full of light, life and colour, and spanning three generations and two world wars--weaves a rich portrait of a community and of a family's love and loyalty.
The Psychic Tourist by William Little
William Little goes on a quest to find out whether people really can see into the future. On his journey, he encounters a witch's coven in the woods, hunts for murderers with psychic detectives and lands on the doorstep of the world's most powerful psychic.
Cool Hand Luke by Donn Pearce
Donn Pearce created Cool Hand Luke out of his experiences working on a chain gang. This classic tale is of a war hero turned 'pretty evil feller', whose acts of defiance and refusal to 'git his mind right' soon make him a legend amongst his fellow convicts.
The Ship Between the Worlds by Julia Golding
When David finds himself aboard a pirate ship, he knows it must be a dream. Except that he's awake. And the "dream" is more like a nightmare. Soon David is swept up in the adventure of a lifetime: volunteered to act as a spy on an enemy ship, marooned and picked up by the most fearsome band of buccaneers ever known.