Free Kindle Books – 6 Free Books For 3-20-12

by Rachelle on March 20, 2012

Good morning! Here are 6 Free Kindle books to start your Tuesday! Please “LIKE” and share the free books!

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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.

A Circle in the Woods
by Winston Emerson
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Thriller
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In a place where people have been disappearing for years, a little girl gets lost in the woods. Meet the man who saves her life.

On a late summer morning in 1958, Phil Stapleton discovers and rescues five-year-old Brittany Duncan after she spends two days lost deep in the Kentucky woods. Two months later, when a tree branch crashes through the rickety trailer where Brittany lives, Phil takes the girl and her mother under his roof. What follows is a decade of mystery, terror, violence, and tragedy, with no escape in sight.


The Pirates of Sufiro (Book 1) (Old Star New Earth)
by David Lee Summers
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction
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The Pirates of Sufiro is the story of a planet and its people–of Ellison Firebrandt, the pirate captain living in exile; of Espedie Raton, the con-man looking to make a fresh start for himself and his wife on a new world; of Peter Stone, the ruthless bank executive who discovers a fortune and will do anything to keep it; and of the lawman, Edmund Ray Swan who travels to Sufiro seeking the quiet life but finds a dark secret. It is the story of privateers, farmers, miners, entrepreneurs, and soldiers–all caught up in dramatic events and violent conflicts that will shape the destiny of our galaxy.


Tales Mark Twain Would Have Loved to Steal
by Glenn Wasson
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Humor/Short Stories
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Tales Mark Twain Would Have Loved to Steal is a collection of poems, stories, and articles too good to be kept from the public any longer.

The first section, “Tales of the Mother Lode,” is based upon actual events that have occurred in California’s Gold Country. From Black Bart’s legendary hold up of the Wells Fargo stagecoach to Joaquin Murieta’s infamous outlaw career, these tales are both delightful and comic.

The second section, “Tales of Vietnam,” recounts amusing and adventuresome stories from the author’s service in the Vietnam War.

The third section, “Wild Tales from Everywhere,” is a humorous mixture of yarns, lexicons, and flash fiction pieces that addresses a myriad of topics as only Wasson can do.


Bad Medicine
by J.D. Faver
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Romantic Suspense
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Unable to escape her past, Chloe Palmer returns to the Texas coast for her murdered father’s funeral and to face Rafael Solis, the man she left behind. Rafael never gave up hoping for Chloe’s return. She inherits her father’s shrimp boat and irascible crew, enabling her to make a living. Rafael’s passion breaks down her emotional barriers, but her impetuous nature draws her into a cruel vortex where she runs afoul of old and new enemies. Previous rivalries emerge, pitting Rafael against the heir-apparent to a crime dynasty. With the body count rising, Rafael and Chloe battle an infatuated but vicious drug lord, kidnappers, and a twisted curandero (Mexican healer). Will they survive the violence and be able to forge a life together?


Charlie Woodchuck is a Minor Niner
by Dalya Moon
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Middle Grade Fiction
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It’s 1988, and Charlie Woodchuck is the most minor of niners. At thirteen, she’s the youngest girl at Snowy Cove High School, and so clueless, she wore leg warmers and acid-wash jeans on her first day. Big mistake! Almost as big a mistake as signing up for a boys-only shop class. Doy.

Just when she thinks the first week of high school can’t get any more weird, Charlie discovers she may be adopted. According to her Science textbook, her eyes should be blue, not brown.

Now the girl with the boy’s name will have to use her detective skills to uncover the mystery of her identity. She’ll need the help of best friend Stacy, expert blackmailer, and new friend Ross, expert class clown.

Before the year ends, Charlie will face down the biggest bullies of all: the all-powerful members of Snowy Cove’s School Board. The Board doesn’t like what Charlie’s been up to, and they’re all out of doughnuts.

Full of ninth grade ups and downs, Charlie Woodchuck is a Minor Niner is a humorous, fast-paced read that will appeal to young teenagers, or those wishing to re-experience high school in the 1980s.


Great Australian Barbecue Recipes
by Clive Jordan
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine
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Seriously Great BBQ Recipes is a great guide to getting anyone started in creating some delicious meals on the BBQ. Using easy to source ingredients and a simple step by step guide this book will have you impressing your friends and family in no time. Whether its beef, pork, chicken or seafood you will find a recipe to tempt even the fussiest of eaters with some great kebab ideas that will keep the kids happy, while you enjoy the outdoors with friends and family.


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1 admin March 20, 2012 at 9:14 am

Randi, these are full books.

2 randi March 20, 2012 at 2:33 am

Are these samples only or full books? All its downloading for me is samples.

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