Free Kindle Books – 5 Free Books For 4-22-12

by Greg on April 22, 2012

Here’s another collection of 5 free Kindle books for you to enjoy! Please “LIKE” this and share the free books with everyone you know. Thanks!

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All God’s Creatures
by Carolyn McSparren
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
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Often compared to the novels of James Herriot, ALL GOD’S CREATURES follows the life of a woman veterinarian in modern Tennessee. From an unlikely start as a white-glove debutante in the 1960’s to a sexism-defying launch in vet school to the adventures, sorrows, joys and oddities of a long veterinary practice, our heroine spins tales of the animals and people who share her life. By veteran romance author and dedicated horsewoman Carolyn McSparren, who also writes the Merry Abbot Carriage Driving Mysteries.


by Sheriff John A. Turner
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Christian Fiction
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In the year 2015 the elderly Sheriff John A. Turner, in Boise, Idaho is ordered by a progressively liberal court to perform duties that violate his common sense, his morals, his Christian values, and his faith in the criminal justice system. Holding true to his sworn oath, the seventy year old cowboy sheriff performs his duty by arresting his own pastor and prepares to auction off his own church for collection of back taxes. During these few days he conducts a homicide investigation that turns his attention straight at the White House and at the son of a world famous billionaire. Thus, plans are made to eliminate this crusty old sheriff, Chicago style.

GBA2015 is part fiction, part non-fiction, and part prediction.
To escape his reality Sheriff Turner mentally vacillates between the days of his youth, growing up in Oroville, California in the 1950s and 60s, compared to his present, as he witnesses America’s civilian disarmament by the TSA.

Individualism in America has disappeared. Progressive liberalism and political corrections has won out over the United States Constitution.

In real life, pen-named author Sheriff John A. Turner spent many years in law enforcement, is published several times in The Journal of California Law Enforcement Magazine, holds a master’s degree in criminal justice administration, and wrote his graduate degree thesis on organized crime, asymmetric war, and international terrorism. He is published several times in the Police Chief Magazine and has spoken professionally on organized crime. Additionally, he has worked as an adjunct professor at three universities. With over four decades of computer science skill he is currently a cybernetic warfare analyst.

This book is a must read for anyone planning to make law enforcement their future because it describes how progressive liberal judges tramples the TEA Party, rolls over the conservative movement, and takes America two decades into the Twenty-First Century. This book is about as believable as it gets for fiction writing, where the first eleven words of chapter one start off with:
Can mere mortals tax God?
Will gay people get to Heaven?

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Lady’s Game (Vincent Price Denotta Series)
by C.R. Myers
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Suspense/Novella
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Detective Vincent Price Denotta’s life changes when he meets Rachael Stedman, his first client. The beautiful, dynamic woman is afraid for her life.
Or so she says.
She hires Denotta to prove her husband is trying to kill her and asks Price to move into her East Texas mansion and spy on her husband.

Denotta declines. The woman is poison, but he finds himself drawn to her in spite of his better judgment. He knows the woman is hiding something, and when he tries to discover what that something might be, he’s taken on him on a wild ride of deception and murder, where nothing is as it seems.

Lady’s Game is a roller coaster ride of twists, turns, blind alleys, and sudden drops.


The Prairie Chicken Kill (Truman Smith Mystery Series)
by Bill Crider
Rating: 3.8 Stars
Genre: Mystery
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The Truman Smith Mysteries continue to thrill and amuse with this story: The Prairie Chicken Kill.
As usual with Bill’s tales of Tru’ – our Galveston dwelling, wisecracking cynic with a touch of Noir to his musings – what begins as a simple hunt for the shooter of an endangered avian turns into a multiple murder investigation, replete with family issues, grudges, local colour and plenty of well-meaning charm that disguises a darker side to society.

With the help of Red, the father-in-law of an old flame, and the less than helpful dealings with local Police, Truman must find out whodunit and uncover the shady goings on in Picketville, without losing a limb to some hired thugs who are determined to put an end to his meddling.


Fry Bacon. Add Onions: The Valentine Family & Friends Cookbook
by Kathleen Valentine
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Memoir/Cooking
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Please note: the Kindle version of this book contains all of the text and recipes that are in the print version but does not contain the family photographs. Please note, this is a FAMILY cookbook with recipes contributed by many people. No guarantees are made.) In this combination memoir and family cookbook blogger and novelist Kathleen Valentine combines 30 posts from her blog with nearly 400 recipes collected from family and friends. Growing up in a “mostly Pennsylvania Dutch” family she collected and recorded recipes from grandparents, great-grandparents, aunts, cousins, friends, etc. which were combined in the first Valentine Family & Friends Cookbook published in 1981.

This was expanded in the 1992 edition and now, in this third edition, nearly 400 recipes combine with essays recording memories of growing up in rural Pennsylvania and photographs from six generations. Essays topics include making sauerkraut and soltz (a German pickled meat loaf), toasting marshmallows and catching fireflies, the old-country Christmas traditions of making stollen and visits from Belsnickle, old world ghost stories, their grandmother’s quilts, and more.

Traditional family recipes include schmarn, panhaas, moultasha, a variety of sausage recipes, hassenpfeffer, and liver dumplings, a wide variety of pickles and relishes, as well as keuchels (a type of fried dough), apple dumplings, and rhubarb crisps and pies. Contemporary recipes from the younger generations of the Valentine family expand the collection with everything from dips and cocktails to chowders, cakes and cookies. Among the more popular recipes first featured on Valentine’s blog are three maple syrup pies, an apricot-apple crisp with maple cream, caramel peachy-pear pandowdy, a honey & white peach pie, and her own Pennsylvania Dutch hot and sour soup.

Though this collection is a memoir in food of the Valentine family it could be the story of any first, second and third generation immigrant family.


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1 Toni April 23, 2012 at 6:13 am

Good clean romance – Time for T by Antoinette Marion. Free! Now thru Tuesday at midnight.

2 Christine April 22, 2012 at 1:57 pm

Loving the cookbook!

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