Free Kindle Books – 10 Free Books For 7-2-12

by Greg on July 2, 2012

It’s a wonderful Monday morning to get in a few good reads for the day. Check out this great collection of 10 free books. Make sure to “LIKE” and share with friends and family.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Black Shadows has an impressive 4.2 star rating and is only $3.99!

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.

Illegally Dead
by Gregg E. Brickman
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Mystery & Thriller
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Tony Conte, ex-Special Forces medic and martial arts expert turned nurse, is stretched to his limit when the legal and medical professions’ traditional combat zone turns deadly. He has two passions in life, his family and his career, and both are threatened. Faced with a mountain of charges and counter charges, Tony plunges into the fray. The battle moves from the courtroom to the emergency room and catches Tony in the middle. When the person dearest to him becomes ill, he’s distracted, but Tony can only keep his wife’s doctor out of jail if he can stay out of jail himself.


Bay’s End
by Edward Lorn
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Horror
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What does it take to ruin a perfectly good summer? Four cherry bombs. When twelve-year-old Trey and his best friend Eddy play a prank on Officer Mack, the resulting chain of events rocks the small town of Bay’s End. Today, Trey Franklin is a man haunted by his past. Tormented by that one tragic, fateful summer, Trey searches for catharsis the only way he knows how – by writing. A tale of love and loss, bittersweet memories, and the depths of human evil.


The 19th Element
by John L. Betcher
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Suspense Thriller
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Terrorists plan to attack Minnesota’s Prairie River Nuclear Power Plant, but they’re not your typical band of Islamic extremists. True, there’s an al Qaeda connection. But the heart of the ‘terror cell’ is homegrown, right here in the United States.

James “Beck” Becker is a former elite U.S. government intelligence operative who has retired to his childhood hometown of Red Wing, Minnesota – just six miles down the Mississippi from the Prairie River Power Station. He recognizes connections between seemingly unrelated incidents – a murdered agronomy professor, a missing lab assistant, an international cell call, a stolen fertilizer truck, an explosion in the street in front of City Hall – but can’t piece it together in enough detail to convince government authorities that a larger threat exists. Only his American Indian friend, “Bull,” will help Beck defuse the threat.

So it’s Beck and Bull versus the best terror cell west of the Mississippi.

May the better men win.


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.

So set down, lean against the coolness of his head stone and just listen.


Shifter In Ascent
by Vivian Wood
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Paranormal Romance
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Tessa Anderson has been dragged, wide-eyed, into the world of Shifters – beings capable of changing into wolves. Unfortunately for Tessa, her new world is fraught with danger from Shifters and human enemies alike. She finds shelter from the storm with deeply conflicted Shifter Jace Copeland, and a breathless passion is sparked – but when all the secrets come out, Tessa will have to choose who to protect.


Rift of Askrah
by Benjamin Andrews
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Epic Fantasy
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Nihlen Draven lives what most would consider the perfect life of royalty. As heir to the throne of the nation of Draven, he has been groomed for his future since birth. But as he approaches adulthood, his heart yearns for the freedom to choose his own destiny.

In the neighboring nation of Rinh, a young street thief named Marina does her best to survive the mean streets of the city with her best friend Cal. When a questionable contact from their past offers them more gold than either of them can imagine for a simple kidnap and ransom of a foreign prince, Marina jumps at the opportunity to extract herself and her friend from the poverty of Rinh.

But as the kidnapping goes sour and Draven falls into the hands of Rinh, a strange ability surfaces in the young prince, and the shadows of a forgotten nation called Askrah leak into the world once more.

In Fracture, Book 1 of the Rift of Askrah series, join Nihlen as he unlocks the secrets of the Eye of the Kings and embarks on an epic quest to regain his kingdom.


The Drought
by Lily White
Rating: 4.1 Stars
Genre: Literary Fiction
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The worst drought in recorded history has left the small rural town of Havensburg, Kentucky in isolation and despair. Reserves are drying up, local officials have failed to enforce water-rationing regulations, and the relentless heat is causing panic and unrest among the town’s citizens.

The Drought follows an eclectic cast of characters through a volatile two weeks of greed, lust, and violence, leading to an inevitable and extraordinary climax no one will see coming.

And it all begins with Willie Strasbourg stealing a pair of underwear from the girl next door . . .


Planet Explorers New York City: A 2012 Travel Guide for Kids
by Laura Schaefer
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Family Travel Guide
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If there’s a trip to New York City in your future, you’re a lucky person. There is so much to see and do in the city, whether you like museums, Broadway shows, music, history, sports, art or shopping. Even if all you do is stay in one place and watch people, you’ll have an amazing time.

Read these pages to learn a little more about what’s in New York City and why it’s so cool. Check out fun facts about Central Park or The Statue of Liberty and make a plan for what you want to see in the gigantic and awesome American Museum of Natural History. Think about a jaunt to the Brooklyn Bridge or Coney Island…and don’t forget the Bronx Zoo! While you’re in the city, have a delicious bagel at a genuine New York delicatessen or a New York-style slice of pizza and remember–the Big Apple is the city that never sleeps. You’ll love it!

This photo-filled ebook written just for kids includes everything tweens need to know about New York City. From fun facts to history, from attraction highlights to maps, Planet Explorers New York City has it all. Written by Laura Schaefer, author of The Teashop Girls and The Secret Ingredient, this book is designed to empower kids to help plan trips and get more out of family travel. Check out the active hyperlinks throughout–this phone-friendly guides turn the whole world into an awesome, interactive learning experience.


Healthy PIZZA! Moan Inducing, Raw Vegan, Low-Fat, Gluten-Free PIZZA Recipes
by Heather Corbett
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine
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Just Imagine Indulging Yourself On Exotic Pizzas That Taste Like Sinful Delights and Can Be Prepared in Minutes..

If you are on a diet or a weight loss program and trying to avoid junk or unhealthy food, yet you still get cravings for something special like a pizza, then this book is a godsend for you. With the recipes in this book you’ll be able to make the tastiest, most flavorful pizzas ever, without having to cheat or break your diet. The recipes in this book are all 100% raw vegan, low-fat, gluten-free and guilt-free, so you can finally enjoy a pizza that will not make you fat or feel guilty!


Sassy Catt Acts Bad
by Lisa Arnold & Patricia Arnold
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Children’s Book
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Sassy Cat has a little brother named Junior. Even though Junior Cat is just a kitten, Sassy wishes he would act good! One day, she gets an idea to act just like Junior, doing all the things that she thinks that her brother would do. Eventually, Sassy learns that she really just needs to have some patience with her sibling and that Junior really just wants to spend time with her. She learns that having a little brother can be fun and she can be a sister that Junior can look up to.

Children will identify with Sassy and how she feels about having to balance having a younger sibling and having a social life with her friend, Tabby. This is a great little story about how an older sister resists at first, but eventually includes her little brother into her activities. Emphasizes lessons in patience, empathy and understanding.


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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Kay Wallace July 2, 2012 at 2:38 pm

My thanks for the many free books. I am “enjoying” my golden years in that I love to read. These books give me hours of entertainment doing what I enjoy the most.

2 Sue MacKenzie July 2, 2012 at 4:51 am

Thank you for all the free books. I have a plethera of reading material on my Kindle, thanks to you. I’m am enjoying this immensely. Thank you, thank you, thank you….

3 michele July 2, 2012 at 3:16 am

Just want to say yet again, I love a business that promotes something anyone can enjoy that is safe and yet you can still learn something without even realizing it. Having a pre-teen grandson it can be hard to get him off the video game and use HIS imgination not the video gamers imgination. thanks so much.

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