Works by the talented, multi-genre author, Kenna McKinnon
Blood Sister: DEAL: 12/16 - 12/20 FREE
A sinister force awakens in the small island town of Serendipity.
Annie Hansen, a young schizophrenic private eye, must solve the grisly murders of the town mayor and a local doctor. After detective Mark Snow joins the investigation, he teams up with Annie to solve the murders.
But Annie's past haunts her, and she's unable to overcome her mother's death and her father deserting their family. The investigation takes a surprising turn when Annie and her boyfriend Samir find themselves among the suspects.
What is the cryptic message left on the late doctor's charts - and is it possible that Annie, or one of her friends, is responsible for the horrendous crimes?
SPACHEHIVE: DEAL: 12/23 - 12/24 $0.99 There's a buzz in the air — and it's deadly.
After getting kidnapped by giant alien bees, twelve-year-old Jason Anderson arrives to a spaceship called SpaceHive. There, he learns of a horrifying plot to annihilate Earth's human population so that the extra-terrestrial bees can migrate to a new world.
As a swarm of spaceships make a beeline toward Earth, Jason must convince three friendly worker bees to help him escape his space prison and find other humans to help stop the invasion. But General Vard, wasp commander of the Black Watch, has other plans.
Can Jason unite the nations of Earth in their common fight to destroy the alien invaders, or will Earth lose to the sting of conspiracy and a worldwide massacre?
Benjamin & Rumblechm is a story that will keep your children laughing, gasping and learning from the first page to the last. As Katie and Jacob travel across Canada with their two eccentric aunts in a minivan named Rumblechum, they learn about history and geography. And with them is their stuffed monkey, Benjamin.
Rumblechum transports them through Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the huge province of Ontario, and finally back to their little grey house in Edmonton, Alberta. Their dear calico cat Freedom is at the door to greet them, meowing with excitement and joy, and a mysterious parcel is opened.
This is a fictional chapter book suitable for readers between ages 3 to 6, based on true traveling experiences. Your little ones will love paging through the chapters with whimsical illustrations at the top of each chapter, and you will love sharing the magical story of Benjamin's adventures in Rumblechum. This is a story for all ages, sharing the great country of Canada with a new generation of readers.
Kenna McKinnon is the author of SpaceHive, a middle grade sci-fi/fantasy novel presently in its second printing on Kindle; The Insanity Machine, a self-published memoir with co-author Austin Mardon, PhD, CM; and DISCOVERY - A Collection of Poetry, all released in 2012. BIGFOOT BOY: Lost on Earth, was released on October 30, 2013 by Mockingbird Lane Press, a traditional small press. A children's chapter book, Benjamin & Rumblechum, published by Mockingbird Lane Press (January 2015). Currently she's authored Blood Sister, a quirky mystery starring a schizophrenic female private eye; Den of Dark Angels, and Short Circuit and Other Geek Stories. Her books are available in eBook and paperback worldwide on Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, and in selected bookstores and public libraries. Her latest fantasy novel, Engaging the Dragon, will be available sometime in mid-2017.
Her interests / hobbies include health and physical fitness, volunteering, writing, reading, the occasional drumming circle, and cooking. She lives in a high-rise bachelor suite in the neighborhood of Oliver in the City of Edmonton. Her most memorable years were spent at the University of Alberta, where she graduated with Distinction with a degree in Anthropology (1975). She has lived successfully with schizophrenia for many years and is a member of the Writers' Guild of Alberta and the Canadian Authors Association. She has three wonderful children and three grandsons.
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