Free Kindle Books – 5 Free Books For 8-3-12

by Greg on August 3, 2012

Hope you’re having a wonderful Friday. Here is a collection of 5 free, highly rated books for you to enjoy this evening. Please “LIKE” and let ENT be your #1 source for great books.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Touch Me And Tango has a perfect 5.0 star rating and is only $2.99!

Please make sure the price says “Kindle Price $0.00″ before clicking “Buy”. If it says “Prime Members $0.00″ “read for free”, it is NO LONGER FREE. All books are free at the time they are posted but are subject to change back to full price at any time. If you are outside of the United States, these books may not be free.



Zombie Master
by Morris Rosenthal
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Satire/Science Fiction
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Zombies collide with monetary policy in this satirical adventure story that pits a devastating virus against quantitative easing. Set in the near future, half of the world’s population has been wiped out by the zombie virus and economies are in ruins. But the zombies aren’t the monsters that everybody believes they are, and some wonder if governments know more than they are admitting. Could the zombie virus be the result of an attempt to reduce entitlement spending that spun out of control?

Two young zombie masters set out to discover who created the zombie virus and why. Aisha has survived nearly a year on the run from the Feds, the narrator is transformed into a zombie master in the opening chapter. With the Feds in pursuit, the two search for answers and a bit of romance while using their control of zombies to break through the government propaganda and tell people the truth.

Find out why the housing market never recovered and what the Fed’s Operation Twister means to do about it. Follow bail-out economics to its logical conclusion, and meet the zombies who just want somebody to tell them what to do. Maybe America isn’t as far from a real zombie apocalypse as we think!

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Optical Delusions in Deadwood
by Ann Charles
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Romantic Mystery/Paranormal
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I have an itchy case of gold fever. I came down with it decades ago when I first traveled through the Deadwood area. I’m not talking about a hunger for shiny treasures, rather a need to know all about the people and places from which the shiny pieces are unearthed.

When it comes to the Black Hills, one town reaches out to scratch my gold-fever itch–the city of Lead (pronounced Leed). While Deadwood was busy leaving its mark on the history books with tales of Wild Bill Hickok and Seth Bullock, Lead was busy staking its claim on the land. The Open Cut mine in the middle of Lead brings its industrious past front and center.

The Open Cut has always fascinated me. I have studied “before” and “after” pictures, read all about its creation (at the Black Hills Mining Museum), and stared at the geological timeline in its walls through the Homestake Visitor Center’s chain-link fence. Why am I so fascinated with a big hole in the ground? Because it reveals a history full of hard work, spent lives, and change. It intrigues me how people adapt to these changes.

Over the years, I’ve met several Homestake miners. I’ve listened to their stories of what it was like to work deep inside the Earth. At the butcher in King’s Grocery, I stood in line with their wives and kids. These days, Homestake is no longer an operating gold mine; most of the drifts and shafts below the town are filled with water rather than men. But Lead’s industrious spirit is still alive, its down-to-earth hardiness still apparent.

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Seven Patients
by Atul Kumar
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Medical Thriller
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Getting into medical school was easy. The hard part was staying out of jail.

Third year medical student Raj Mok is excited about starting his clinical rotations. Finally, he’ll be taking care of real patients instead of just reading about diagnoses and treatments in his countless medical tomes. Unfortunately, Raj quickly learns that patients don’t behave like his beloved books led him to believe.

The death of his very first patient is a shock. She never even had a chance at life.

Raj’s second patient, Duane—a young professional—enters the hospital with a benign kidney condition, but only one person knows the truth about why he never left. Meanwhile his third patient, a crotchety nonagenarian who happens to be Duane’s neighbor, leaves the hospital just as she arrived, only with a few new stents after her third heart attack. Proving bad things happen to good people in medicine.

Discouraged and contemplating a change in careers, Raj is elated when his fourth patient, a surgeon himself, defeats cancer thanks to a heroic operation. While his career as a surgeon is over, his quality of life reaches new heights.

When his sixth patient destroys the life of his love interest, Raj quickly learns that doctors make very good executioners; the autopsy even confirms no signs of foul play.

Patients five and seven … you just have to read about them to believe it.

The most outrageous patients of the year teach Raj that medicine isn’t always about healing and that killing isn’t always murder.

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Much Ado About Marshals
by Jacquie Rogers
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Western/Historical/Romance
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In the sleepy western town:
A wannabe woman sleuth is determined to marry the recently-hired town marshal
But the man sworn in is wanted for bank robbery!
Then there’s a real bank robber and the actual new marshal who both claim the job…
Alas, affairs of the heart mess up everything!

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Goldilocks and the Three Bears
by Calee M. Lee
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Children’s Book
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Someone has been eating my porridge!

The classic story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears has been retold with simple, rhythmic sentences for beginning readers.

 

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1 Carmen Holzman August 3, 2012 at 7:14 pm

Thanks for the free books! The variety is great.

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