Free Kindle Books – 5 Free Books For Easter Sunday

by Rachelle on April 8, 2012

Here are 5 more Free Kindle books for your Sunday. Hope you are having a wonderful Easter celebration with your family and friends!

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: India Was One

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.

Time Out Of Mind (The Bannerman Series)
by John R. Maxim
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Historical Thriller
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Every time it snows, Jonathan Corbin sees people and scenes that haven’t existed for 100 years. Is he being haunted or has he lost his mind? Sturdevant, the psychiatrist his girlfriend Gwen brings in, has another explanation: Jonathan is in the grip of “genetic memory,” in which ancestral recollections, like physical characteristics, are genetically inherited. With Gwen and Sturdevant’s encouragement, an engrossing saga unfolds, conceiving love, greed, and murder in 1880s New York, and featuring Teddy Roosevelt, Jay Gould and J. P. Morgan, among others all from the perspective of Tilden Beckworth, by whom Jonathan seems possessed. Meanwhile, in the 1980s, Ella and Tilden Beckworth II are out to kill Jonathan as they have all others with knowledge of their family’s dark secrets. But Lesko, the ex-cop they’ve hired for the job, is smarter, tougher and more ethical than they’d expected.


by William R. McGrath
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Epic Fantasy
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Asulon is a strong debut for what will surely be an interesting and insightful take on fantasy literature.
-The Chuck Colson Center

Adventure, coming-of-age for a young prince, martial arts, assassins, intrigue, strategic warfare, swordplay, the future of a country and the whole world at risk. review


Noah Zarc: Mammoth Trouble (Noah Zarc, #1)
by D. Robert Pease
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Middle Grade Adventure
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Noah lives for piloting spaceships through time, dodging killer robots and saving Earth’s animals from extinction. Life couldn’t be better. But the twelve-year-old time traveler learns it could be a whole lot worse. His mom is kidnapped and taken to Mars; his dad is stranded in the Ice Age; and Noah is attacked at every turn by a foe bent on destroying Earth… for the second time.


Fatal Cut
by Cathryn Grant
Rating: 3.8 Stars
Genre: Psychological Suspense Novella
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In FATAL CUT, the first novella of this ghostly psychological suspense series, a man is brutally murdered in the church parking lot. Madison Keith is the only one not surprised by the identity of the killer. She has witnessed first hand the buried resentments and bitter hearts of the people at her new job, not to mention the lingering passions of those who have passed on.

Both the living and the dead like to reveal their secrets to Madison. As the administrative assistant in the basement office of a suburban church, she gets plenty of opportunity to hear from both. Through it all, Madison offers up a steady stream of opinions on everything from the subject of religion and ghosts to finding a soul mate.


Dead Money
by Ray Banks
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Mystery & Thriller
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Double-glazing salesman Alan Slater is in trouble. He hasn’t had a good sales lead in months. His wife rightly suspects him of playing around. His best mate Les Beale has turned into a bigoted, boozed-up headcase. And that’s the least of it.

When a rigged poker game has fatal consequences, Alan finds himself not only responsible for the clean-up, but also for Beale’s escalating debt to a man who won’t take “broke” for an answer.

As Beale’s life spirals out of control, he becomes ever more desperately reliant on Alan to save his skin. But Alan isn’t about to be dragged into the gutter by anyone, least of all his bad-beat, dead money former mate.

After all, there’s no such thing as a compassionate double-glazing salesman.


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1 Holly B April 8, 2012 at 4:04 pm

To the Rev.Dr. Wozencraft:

I too suffer from fibromyalgia and am currently taking a “break” from working (can’t say I’ve retired since I’m only 36, but having lived with this disease for 25+ years now, I most certainly needed this break – and I am blessed with a wonderful husband who supports me in this effort to spend some time working on my health). I just wanted to tell you that the Kindle has been wonderful to use in all the time you have to be resting! Also, of course you can have fibromyalgia pain in your hands, but I have arthritis in my hands on top of that, and the Kindle is an absolute blessing in that sense. (I am getting ready to pick up Stephen King’s 11/22/63 from my local library and, despite how very much I want to read it, I am sort of *dreading* reading the gigantic print copy and wishing I had the $15 to spend on the Kindle version instead!!) Also, I just wanted to say I wish you the best of luck with getting the Kindle you are hoping for. I know you will love it. And as you say, you can continue to enjoy all the FREE books that these amazing authors and Amazon make available for FREE, and that sites like eReaderNews go out and FIND FOR US, so that we don’t have to do the hard work! How did we get so lucky?! Who knew there were still folks like this in the world?? 🙂 I wish you all the best, a happy birthday, happy Easter, improved health and *happy reading*!

2 Rev.Dr. S.A. Wozencraft April 8, 2012 at 8:42 am

It is my birthday month as well as Easter, and I was so hoping to be able to buy a Kindle for myself as a birthday gift. I had to retire from active parish ministry due to fibromyalgia – a very painful condition – and sometimes it would be nice to have the portability to take the Kindle to bed and lie down when the FM gets really bad. I am using the free Kindle app now and most of the time that works out quite well. Maybe next year. I have quite a supply of free books, and one certainly cannot complain about that. Please do keep them coming — to those of us on limited incomes, it means so much! Thank you.

3 Larry April 8, 2012 at 7:13 am

I love getting the free books email daily. So many look great. I’m collecting them faster than I can read them. Don’t make it stop…

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