Free Kindle Books – 6 Free Books For 4-18-12

by Rachelle on April 18, 2012

Here are 6 more Free Kindle Books to add to your expanding Kindle library. Please “LIKE” and share the freebies with all of your family and friends!

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Conversations With a Dead Man
by Doug Lucas
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Historical Fiction
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A stroll through an old cemetery will reveal very little about the people buried there. Their headstones will whisper of father, wife or lost child—-but they don’t sing of the lives those men and women led. Even our national heroes are lucky to have one or two of their life’s accomplishments inscribed on their markers for future generations to marvel at.

Cemeteries are filled with forgotten people. They were people who had lives rich with or empty of the joys that just being alive creates for us. Once we are dead and gone, our lives quickly fade into small morsels of oral history and are slowly forgotten by family and friends as time and generations pass.

What would these forgotten souls tell us if they could talk? Conversations With a Dead Man answers some of those questions from a dead man’s point of view. John Wesley Elder will share his loves, failures, accomplishments and the simple life he led with you.

Spending a few hours with him will allow you to understand not only the man, but glimpse the times he lived in. You’ll come to understand that although he’s dead, he still has a few quirks in his personality and one or two sorrows——he’s much the same as you or I.

John Wesley Elder was an ordinary man who lived, loved and built a life for himself. He invites you to join him for a quiet chat or two, if you have the time he’ll share events in his life that you can’t find on his headstone. He’ll share his life and also try to help you understand the times he lived in and introduce you to some of the people who filled his life with joy and sorrow.

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One Hundred Open Houses (A novel of a woman on the edge)
by Consuelo Saah Baehr
Rating: 4.1 Stars
Genre: Literary Fiction
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100 Open Houses is about real estate and life. It’s about the whispers from the soul hole that we barely hear. Rebecca Haas, like all of us, is being tortured to death by the sameness of her life, her thoughts, her weight, the incessant self review of life choices, her indecision, her stalled writing career. Can a change of space really change her life and finally give her the authenticity she needs? Take this trip with Rebecca through all of the open houses and the lives lived in them – is one of them yours?

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Revenge of the Assassin (Assassin series #2)
by Russell Blake
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Suspense Thriller
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Revenge of the Assassin is the blistering sequel to the bestselling international thriller King of Swords. When El Rey, the super assassin responsible for Latin America’s most spectacular hits, returns to Mexico for one final sanction, the race is on for Captain Romero Cruz of the Federales to stop him before he can fulfill his contract to kill the president. Revenge will delight fans of King of Swords, and offers the same gritty, unpredictable ride of thrills, twists and surprises before arriving at a conclusion that is sure to leave readers gasping.

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Dark Seduction
by Shaun Jeffrey
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Dark Fantasy
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Forced into accepting a bet by a group of mysterious card players, Zen Barker soon discovers that there is a world beyond ours. A place of nightmare where the monsters are real: The Shadowland.

The rules of the wager? Kill or be killed. The target? A woman named Melantha who wields a sinister power called the Glamour that allows her to bewitch anyone she meets. She intends using it to take vengeance against the descendents of those who have persecuted her gypsy clan through the ages. But in doing so she risks creating a disturbance in the infrastructure, and if that happens, then the monsters that reside in the Shadowland will be released.

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Yellow Crocus: A Novel
by Laila Ibrahim
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Historical Fiction
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In 1837, Lisbeth Wainwright is born to the white mistress of a sprawling Virginia plantation. Seconds later, she is delivered into the arms of her black wet nurse, Mattie. For a field hand like Mattie, her transfer to the big house is supposed to be considered an honor—except that the move tears Mattie away from her beloved grandfather and her infant son, Samuel. But Mattie is a slave, with no say in the matter, and so she devotes herself to her master’s daughter, though she longs to be raising her own child. Growing up under Mattie’s tender care, little Lisbeth adopts the woman’s deep-seated faith in God, her love of music and black-eyed peas, and the tradition of hunting for yellow crocuses in the early days of spring.

As the years pass, Lisbeth is drawn slowly back into her white parents’ world and begins to learn the ins and outs of life for a high-born young lady. Still she retains her connection to Mattie, befriending Samuel and drifting comfortably between the two worlds. She accepts her parents’ assertion that their slaves depend upon them for guidance and protection, yet that notion becomes more and more difficult to believe as she gains awareness of the inequality of life in the big house versus the slave quarters. When, on the threshold of her society wedding to debonair Edward Cunningham, Lisbeth bears witness to a shockingly brutal act, the final vestiges of her naiveté crumble around her. Just twenty-one years old, she is forced to choose between what is socially acceptable and what is right, a decision that will change her life forever.

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Assassin’s Curse (The Witch Stone Prophecy)
by Debra L. Martin & David W. Small
Rating: 3.8 Stars
Genre: Epic Fantasy
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When elite assassin Jeda received his assignment to kill a witch and deliver her twin daughters to the Countess of Berkshire, he had no idea it would be his last. The witch stuns him with an elemental blast, but not before he’s able to throw his knife. When Jeda regains consciousness, the dying witch is performing a compelling spell between him and her twin daughters. Now bonded to the girls, Jeda’s old life is forfeit. His only thought is to take the girls and run as far away as he can. He has no idea that the twins are the ones spoken of in the long-lost prophecy of The Witch Stone. Forces are gathering: the white witches want to teach them; the Countess wants her grandchildren back, and the guild has sent their best assassin to bring Jeda back, dead or alive.

Jeda must use all of his assassin skills to stay one step ahead of them all, but will it be enough to save himself and keep the children of prophecy alive?

 

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Juanita Ingram April 20, 2012 at 4:10 am

Very good book. One of best I have read.
Yeloow Crocus is one of my favorites.

2 Linda Claussen April 19, 2012 at 3:13 pm

Thanks for the free books. A true adventure in good reading.

3 Emma Mathis Pettiford April 18, 2012 at 8:49 pm

I am reading Yellow Crocus now and it it awesome..The comments are so true…Thanks ENT for all the freebies and love reading the comments..

4 Katy k April 18, 2012 at 1:15 pm

Can’t wait to start Yellow Crocus now from all the comments, looks like I might be up late tonight….Thank you!

5 sylvia April 18, 2012 at 12:59 pm

Yellow Crocus was an excellent boo. I really enjoyed it.

6 lenolia jones April 18, 2012 at 12:10 pm

did you have any free books by black authors ? let me know . could you please post some.

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