Free Kindle Books – 2 More Freebies For 4-19-11

by Greg on April 19, 2011

Here are 2 more free Kindle books for today! Both of these are from Smashwords and require a code (located next to the books below) to get the books for free. Both books are in the Mystery & Detective categories.

Here’s how to get books from Smashwords onto your Kindle

When you go to download free books make sure the price is $0.00 or they will NOT be free. This is why you need to download the free books asap – while they’re still free. If you are outside of the United States, these books may not be free.

Use code BT49B to get this book free.
by Brian Briscoe
Category: Mystery/Women Sleuths
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When a famous winemaker is found gruesomely mutilated in a picturesque Adelaide Hills winery Inspector Maxine Lake is called to investigate. In ‘Maceration’ we meet Maxine Lake for the first time as she uses charm and an uncanny third sense to solve the first of ‘The Adelaide Mysteries’. An Australian Midsomer!

Get this Kindle book here: Maceration
Use code BT49B to get this book free.


Barbary Street Incident, A John Cronin Private Eye Short Story
Use code JY99N to get this book free.
by Wolf Wootan
Category: Mystery & Detective
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“I had gone to my room on Barbary Street and changed clothes and shaved. Before I left I slipped my Colt .38 into my overcoat pocket without letting Little Caesar see it. If I was to walk around with a booby trap all day, I wanted to be prepared for anything. Besides, I liked him and didn’t want to see him hurt if I could help it.”

“Ten minutes can be a long time. I guess it was even longer for Caesar than it was for me. He was the one that was to get it. Even at that, he was taking it better than I was. Everything seemed calm. Little Caesar played solitaire, back to the door. The bartender watched him as he turned the cards slowly. Mona breathed regularly against my chest, soundly sleeping. Only I was nervous. My thoughts rambled. I wondered where Mona lived, and what she was doing mixed up with a gang of murderers. She looked like a nice kid. She hadn’t lived an easy life, I could tell. Just a poor, lonely girl struggling to live in a damned rough world. And Little Caesar — he must have had a mother. Someone to love him, to rock him to sleep when he was a kid. But now look at him. A giant who could rule the world, just sitting there waiting to die by the hand of some gunman.”

Get this Kindle book here: Barbary Street Incident, A John Cronin Private Eye Short Story
Use code JY99N to get this book free.


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