Free Kindle Books – 5 More Free Books For 1-17-12

by Rachelle on January 17, 2012

Here are 5 more Free Kindle books to end your day. Have a great night!

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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.



Big Easy (Wyatt Thomas French Quarter Mysteries)
by Eric Wilder
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Suspense/Thriller
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When someone begins killing New Orleans street people, it affects the City’s tourist trade just beginning to recover from Hurricane Katrina. More than just simple acts of murder, voodoo is involved, the killer likely an actual Vodoun deity. Homicide detective Tony Nicosia seeks the help of gumshoe, and Big Easy insider Wyatt Thomas. Wyatt enlists Mama Mulate, Tulane English professor, and actual voodoo mambo. Together, they try to unravel the strangest mystery to hit the venerable City since the era of Marie Laveau.

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Reaper I: The Beginning
by Amanda Holt
Genre: Supernatural
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When the teenaged Samantha Bennet crosses Lincoln Park on her way home from work, she doesn’t expect that anything bad will happen to her. Nothing exciting ever happens in her neighbourhood…until now. The three men’s rude comments and lewd stares make her uneasy. When they attack her, she tastes true terror for the first time in her life. Yet even though it seems that it is Samantha herself who will be a victim tonight, the attack triggers a transformation in Sam. What is this black matter spreading over her skin like living leather? What is this itching burning sensation at her fingertips, fingertips which are now beginning to resemble talons…what is she turning into? What is this…Dark Thing? The men run away in terror, leaving Samantha alone to face her supernatural change… The urge to hunt the men down leaves the teenager with a decision to make. How dare these men attack her – her, an innocent teenage girl who was minding her own business? Why is she so angry? Furthermore, why is she so…hungry? The decisions she makes now set the foundation of the saga that is my Reaper Series. Justice will be served by her swift hand…and it won’t be for the last time.

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Reaper II: Neophyte
by Amanda Holt
Genre: Supernatural
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Samantha Bennet is not your normal, average, ordinary teenage girl. She has a secret. A very deadly secret she calls…the Dark Thing. The Dark Thing saved her life a short time ago…it covered her body, armed her and gave her the courage, senses and strength to hunt down the three men who attacked her.
That fateful night, she went from victim to victor in bloodshed that not only seemed to nourish the Dark Thing, but ensured that those vile men could never hurt anyone ever again. But now what? The Dark Thing is still there, lying dormant under her skin, unless she wills it forth. It is a weapon, it is a shield, it augments strength and has a hunger for the blood of the guilty. What is it for? Where did it come from?
What does it want next? Exactly how is she supposed to keep it a secret? And how does it fit into her plans? Especially now that she feels that its her civic duty to hunt the night for the most vile scum that the City can offer? After all, the Dark Thing, well – it seems as though it needs to be fed…

Reaper III: Rookie available February 2012

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A Hint of Murder: The Anthology
by Lia Fairchild
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Mystery/Suspense
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This anthology compiles all three A Hint of Murder stories in one book:

A Hint of Murder: The Writer
Alicia Fairfield didn’t plan on being famous. Now a bestselling author with millions of fans, Alicia also has the attention of a killer. Someone has been recreating the murders from her books and the suspects are piling up; her mentally ill son, a disgruntled associate, and possibly even her loyal literary agent. The pressure of public recognition along with the guilt over these senseless killings could be enough to drive Alicia over the edge. Can she hold it together long enough to uncover a killer?
Story length 9,000 words

A Hint of Murder: The Doctor
Russell Morgan had it all; good looks, the perfect woman and a rewarding career as a well-respected physician. When the doctor’s patients start turning up dead, his world comes crashing down. Second in the “A Hint of Murder” series, this short story brings Detective John Lewis back in action to track down the killer.
Story length: 12,000 words

A Hint of Murder: The Bouncer
Bobby Crane was tired of being a bouncer and a glorified errand boy. He longed to be a professional singer and was just about to get his big break. Then Allen Schaffer is found murdered and Bobby’s car was spotted at the victim’s home. Third in the A Hint of Murder series, this story has detective John Lewis returning with a new partner to uncover a murderer.
Story length: 10,400 words

Also included is one bonus mystery entitled “Homeless” and excerpts from the novels of these mystery and thriller writers: Libby Fischer Hellmann, Valerie Maarten, Mel Comley, Sibel Hodge, Faith Mortimer, and Seb Kirby.

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A Funny Pair Of Shorts
by Edward G. Talbot
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Humor
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Three humorous stories by Edward G. Talbot. Forget that three shorts are more than a pair, these stories will tickle your funny bone and make you soil your adult diapers.

In The Devil and Rashid Schwartz, a man enters Heaven only to find St. Peter missing. Between the lawyers and the unions – and Satan himself, Schwartz discovers that Heaven isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

In The Pink Tower, Kash Klark is a small-time thief shooting for the ultimate score, which will culminate in a payoff at an odd pink tower off the coast of Los Angeles. Klark thinks he has all his bases covered, but he finds that nothing ever goes as planned.

In World Wide Wait, Janet Higginbottom gets a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be on TV. But her job at a fertility clinic and her estranged ex-husband both wind up contributing to her embarrassment

The three stories total 11,000 Words / 44 pages

 

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1 MomtoMany5 January 17, 2012 at 3:52 pm

Loving the FREE Kindle Books!! I wasn’t sure a Kindle was the right device for me, but I’m really enjoying it, and the many options.
I’d love to see more material for young teens, as well as Christian Novels (such as Karen Kingsbury, Wanda Brunstetter, Beverly Lewis, Francine Rivers) as well as videos from the hysterically funny, Anita Renfroe!!
Thanks for such great help turning this empty device into the first thing I load for running errands, trips, etc. Awesome!!

2 djamie January 17, 2012 at 3:19 pm

Thanks I need humor in my life right now!

3 linda feltner January 17, 2012 at 1:32 pm

I don’t have my kindle yet. I made a mistake on a free book and selected send to my kindle. will I beable to get it when I recieve my new kindle.

4 Diana McIntee January 17, 2012 at 12:53 pm

Seven more books to add to my collection. Thank you.

5 Jill P. January 17, 2012 at 12:42 pm

I especially appreciate when you offer more than volume from a series.

6 Linda Smith January 17, 2012 at 11:37 am

Can someone explain to me why I get an e-mail saying there are free books and yet when I go to read about them they do not say Kindle Price. Am I not looking at it correctly?

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