Free Kindle Books – 4 Free Books For 2-29-12

by Rachelle on February 29, 2012

Here are 4 more Free Kindle books.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: A Hint Of Murder

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.

Zero Sum
by Russell Blake
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Suspense Thriller
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All three books in the Zero Sum trilogy of serial Wall Street thrillers grouped into a single volume.

Present Day Wall Street. Where intelligence agencies and the financial industry are strange bedfellows, and the two worlds are often intertwined in disturbing ways.

In this chillingly plausible scenario of a military/industrial/financial complex run amok, Zero Sum pits Dr. Steven Archer against powerful financier Nicholas Griffen in a conflict that raises troubling questions about our markets and our government.

Racing against the clock in a chase that spans continents, one man’s battle to expose the Machiavellian machinations of a ruthless Wall Street marauder forces him into a financial jungle populated by every variety of unscrupulous sociopath – rogue intelligence agencies, Russian mafia oligarchs, drug cartels, and terrorist networks.

As a white-collar game of chess transitions into a lethal real world cage-fight, Steven finds himself in a deadly showdown, where hunters can quickly become the hunted, and blood is the ultimate currency.


Still Life Paintings
by Karen Fowler
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Fiction/Short Stories
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Still Life Paintings is a collection of three short stories, thematically linked by painting. This collection is 10,000 words in length and contains bonus material in the form of an an essay excerpt from the book Reflections on Motherhood as well.

In the first story, Abstract Remembrances, a young mother has a mental breakdown after a tragic event. She paints the same image day after day only she can’t actually “see” the image she repeatedly paints. Will art therapy be her salvation, or her final undoing?

In the second story, Different Strokes, a harried mother tries to teach her children a lesson in individuality and tolerance by introducing them to Art History Masters and the different methods of painter each used. In the end, she teaches her self an important lesson as well.

In the third story, Still Life Paintings, a woman is forced to attend a gallery premiere spotlighting her ex-boyfriend. The painful business event takes an abrupt turn, as she sees that each canvas holds a message just for her. In the end, she must read the paintings as a whole and decide what the message means for her future.


The Puzzle Master
by Heather Spiva
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Middle Grade Contemporary Fiction
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Twelve-year-old Marshall Thompson’s favorite place in the world is Luke’s Junk Store. With one more trip in before school begins, he’s intent on finding the perfect thing to take with him on his first day back. But his “great find” ends up being a girl — and a friendship begins that will change him forever.

Together, they share a love of puzzles and something else: sickness. With his asthma, and her in cancer recovery, they’re linked as kindred spirits. But when a life-changing incident threatens their friendship, Marshall has to learn to pick up the pieces to his broken puzzle of life … and put them back together.

The Puzzle Master is a story of friendship, love, forgiveness and hope; issues that surround us at the youngest of age. Through Marshall’s tragedies and triumphs, he learns to accept change and overcome his trials — even when they seem insurmountable.


by Linda Talley
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Children’s Book
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In this didactic tale, a young duck learns about courtesy as she accompanies young Song Hai on shopping errands for his family’s Chinese Moon Festival celebration. As the boy buys fruits that are round like the moon, a paper lantern, mooncakes, rose flower incense, a Moon Palace poster, and special tea, Meiling learns about saying “Please” and “Thank you,” helping the elderly, sharing, and taking turns. Maeno’s large watercolors are a lovely, gentle accompaniment to a text that would be far more appealing as a simple story of a family’s celebration, without the superfluous etiquette lessons.


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1 Karen Fowler February 29, 2012 at 2:30 pm

Thank you so much for the mention!!!!

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