B&N Free Friday Book is Napoleon’s Pyramid by William Dietrich

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I went to download the new Free Friday eBook but it’s not working for me.  I’ve noticed on some Friday’s the free link doesn’t work and than it seems to be a very small window for the free ebook.  I can’t figure out if it’s only free on certain times or if the cap the number of people who can download the book.

You can try to download it tomorrow since I sent a request to B&N to ask why it’s no longer free.

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by JeremyCesarec yesterday
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“This work is rousing, swashbuckling fun and proof that a good writer can make history not only interesting but an exhilarating romp.”

 Library Journal

In today’s Free Fridays selection—Napoleon’s Pyramids by William Dietrich—an American ex-pat finds swashbuckling action abroad during Napoleon’s rule.


This series debut kicks off with adventurer Ethan Gage winning an Egyptian medallion in a Parisian card game, setting an international chase in motion. Once the medallion is in Gage’s possession, and he’s framed for murder by a group trying to get their hands on the mysterious artifact, he quickly realizes that it’s not just a commonplace keepsake.


In lieu of jail, Gage is offered a chance to join Napoleon’s forces as they seek to overtake Egypt. Believing that his medallion may hold the key to ancient Egyptian secrets, our hero jumps at the chance to follow wherever the adventure may lead. Could the treasure reveal the truth behind the creation of the pyramids? And will Gage uncover the secrets before getting swept up in Napoleon’s ill-fated campaign? This riveting historical thriller will keep you guessing until the last page.


Ethan Gage’s adventures continue in three more critically-acclaimed novels by William Dietrich.



Free Fridays Recommends


Each week, we ask our featured author to recommend a book or author that you may want to check out. Since authors are such passionate readers themselves, we thought you might like to find out what they love to read, too! Here’s what William recommends:


Gore Vidal‘s Burr, a fictional memoir of the early vice president who killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel, is a wry and insightful interpretation of our nation’s founding that turns the plaster saints of the Founding Fathers into flawed and fascinating human beings. It combines eloquent description with great storytelling, and the result is historical adventure that leaves you thinking. The rascal irreverence of Aaron Burr was an influence on my own character, Ethan Gage.


NOOK owners: go to shop and search for “William Dietrich” to download his Ethan Gage series.

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