Free Kindle Books – 5 Free Books For 2-24-12

by Rachelle on February 24, 2012

Here are 5 more Free Kindle books for your reading pleasure!

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: A Whisper To A Scream

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Extraordinary Patriots of the United States of America: Colonial Times to Pre-Civil War
by Nancy Robinson Masters
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: American History
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Did you know…Sybil Ludington’s daring midnight ride in 1777 saved the American colonists, though no epic poem was ever written about her?

George Washington defied his own mother, who deemed him a traitor?

Caesar Rodney determined to cast the deciding vote for independence despite the cancer ravaging his body?

Daring! Defiant! Determined!

Discover the extraordinary contributions of many well-known, little-known, and unknown American patriots who established a new nation unlike any other! Each of these brief biographies will inspire today’s citizens to become the extraordinary patriots of the future.


Sari Caste
by Catherine Kirby
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
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A courageous voyage through destitution, intrigue and murder.

Manasa is abandoned by the man she should marry. He marries her sister instead. Meanwhile Manasa finds herself pregnant with his child. She flees her Bengali village wondering where to go. Eventually, she finds herself wandering the streets of Calcutta. Without money or food, life is a daily struggle. Finally, she is taken on by a brothel. She is desperately unhappy until she meets a different sort of man. This man she marries in secret and together they plan her escape from the brothel.

Murder, corruption, and intrigue threaten to swallow up the new life they attempt to establish in the beautiful hill country of Darjeeling.


Attic Clowns: Volume One
by Jeremy Shipp
Genre: Horror/Short Stories
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This creepy collection features four twisted tales by Bram Stoker Award nominee Jeremy C. Shipp.

The stories include: Giggles, Princess, Don’t Laugh and The Glass Box.


Rebekah Redeemed (Women of the New Testament Novel)
by Dianne G. Sagan
Genre: Christian Fiction Novella
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The daughter of a shepherd who saw the Christ child that first night, Rebekah is thrown into a life of servitude. Traded from relative to relative, she suffers through hard labor, neglect, and abuse. What will become of her? No one cares until a kinsman redeemer reveals himself.

Can Rebekah forgive the past?

108 pages


Travels in London: Top Sites to See (Travels in the United Kingdom)
by Kristie Dean
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Travel Guide
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Wondering what to do in London? Let this short guide help you decide. Kristie Dean, author of “How I Travel to Europe Every Year on a Teacher’s Salary,” has been to London many times. Travels in London: Top Sites to See is the result of her experiences.

This guide serves as a quick reference of must-see sites, with opening times and brief information. It’s something you can easily read on the plane to plan your itinerary. Why wade through large travel guides when you can get fast and easy-to-read information about the best sites in London?


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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Holly February 24, 2012 at 10:09 am

Love the historical books… Thanks sooooo much!!

2 Susan Farmer February 24, 2012 at 10:02 am

Sybil Luddington’s ride most certainly **HAS** been immortalized in poetry! I read it in school 40 years ago!

Does not make me want to read that book!

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