Free Kindle Books – 3 More Free Books For 6-3-11

by Greg on June 3, 2011

Here are 3 more free Kindle books for this evening. Have a great Friday night!

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.

His First Kill: A Short Story
by John Brinling
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Category: Action & Adventure
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Mr. M gave the boy a difficult assignment. A public killing on the Fourth of July. In Vermont. Of a friend. Whom he really cared for.

A mission of great political significance according to Mr. M he couldn’t fail to complete, because he would be assassinated if he did.

Faced with this impossible choice, the boy procrastinated until circumstances made that impossible. Then he acted.

Only the results weren’t what he expected.

Get this Kindle book here: His First Kill: A Short Story


Dead Monk’s Shoes
by Peter Knowles
Category: Action & Adventure
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Rita,Peapod,The Lad and Me go apple scrumping.

A few miles from where we lived stood an old ruined Priory. Next to the Priory stood a convent where the Nuns lived and in the convent grounds was an apple orchard and where there’s an orchard there are kids trying to steal the apples. A few hundred yards from the Priory we had to pass through the old burial ground, where the Monks had been buried hundreds of years ago.

Get this Kindle book here: Dead Monk’s Shoes


This book is no longer free
by Hugh Ashton
Rating: 4.1 Stars
Category: Action & Adventure
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David Slater, a conscript in the 1920s Army of the Confederacy, faces a dilemma. When he and his regiment were shipped to Germany to help stage a coup there, his Limey fellow-soldier Brian was acting strangely. David now has the choice of reporting his best friend to his commanding officers, or keeping quiet and just doing his job: preparing for the arrival of Bismarck, the giant Zeppelin flying Hitler and his Nazi cohorts to meet their new allies, the Confederates.

Beneath Gray Skies follows the adventures of David and those around him in a past that never happened-where the Civil War never took place, and the Confederacy survived as a pariah slave-holding nation into the 20th century. Confederates, Unionists, British and Germans plot and counterplot in a tightly woven tale of espionage, treachery and romance.

The cast of Beneath Gray Skies includes rogue British agent “Bloody Brian” Finch-Malloy, hard-drinking Henry Dowling, and Christopher Pole, a slave who escapes from the hell of the Confederacy-living against a backdrop that includes real historical characters. Adolf Hitler, Hermann Goering, and Dr. Hugo Eckener, the brilliant anti-Nazi Zeppelin captain, all live again in this “extraordinarily well-written piece of mind candy that becomes more and more difficult to put down” (Christopher Belton).
Almost without realizing what has happened, David finds himself part of a conspiracy within the Confederacy that includes “Bloody Brian”, which is working to prevent the airship’s arrival in Georgia, to seize the mysterious priceless treasure on board the Bismarck, and to halt the spread of slavery to Europe.

As David Slater and his President, Jefferson Davis III, confront each other on the doomed dirigible, David must ask himself once again where his loyalty lies: to his country, or to a higher morality. Beneath Gray Skies is the first published novel by Hugh Ashton, a British-born writer and journalist currently living in Kamakura, Japan.

Get this Kindle book here: Beneath Gray Skies


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