Free Kindle Books – 6 Free Books For 4-13-12

by Rachelle on April 13, 2012

Here are 6 more Free Kindle books. Stay tuned, more free books to come!

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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.

The Vengeance Squad
by Sidney W. Frost
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Christian Thriller
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When Chris McCowan’s fiancée, 24-year-old Sarah Eason, is killed during a bizarre robbery near Austin, Texas, an unlikely trio teams up to find those responsible for her death. The trio, Chris, a 31-year-old computer science professor, Percy “Tex” Thompson, a 40-year-old wheelchair bound ex-con student of Chris’, and 65-year-old head librarian Liz Siedo, pool their talents to find the criminals after local law enforcement agencies have given up.

Chris wants an eye for an eye even if it means giving up God and the church where he and Sarah were to be married. He sets out to learn the tricks of the trade from his ex-con student, all while continuing to teach and coming to terms with his grief. Angela, who claims to be an FBI agent, joins the Vengeance Squad to help the three find the killers.


This book is no longer free
by Jennifer Scott
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Romantic Suspense Novella
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Newly Edited as of March 31st, 2012.

A journalist that takes her job personally, gets involved with prominent country music artists through various dilemmas in their lives.

This book is a novella that has love, lust, adventure and mystery.


Amulet (DragonBlade)
by Nancy Lee Parish
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Fantasy
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A different kind of fantasy adventure.

When Tristan finds an amulet, he has no idea how much his life is about to change. When his amulet awakens the evil of another amulet, long thought lost, it is all of Ranaria that hangs on the brink. The black crystal has stirred. There are those who seek its power and there are those who seek its destruction. There are also those who know its secrets. Even with dragons on his side, is there enough time for Tristan and his companions to stop that which has been unleashed?

With many twists and turns, a story unfolds that will keep you guessing until the very end.
Expect the unexpected.


Trading Up
by Sandra Edwards
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Novella
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A high school reunion…A weekend husband…Finally, a chance to save face! Tiffany Pearson hasn’t been home in eight years, not since her ex-fiancé left her standing at the altar–literally.

Not even a ten-year reunion can induce Tiffany to chance a trip back home when the gossip is alive and kicking in her small hometown of Driftwood, CA–not unless she can waltz in on the arm of some hottie she’s convinced to be her temporary husband.

Who says you can’t go home again…?

It just might be possible now that Tiffany’s run across super-sexy Jon Singleton.


The Four Last Things (Simeon Grist Mystery)
by Timothy Hallinan
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Mystery & Thriller
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Fans of Robert B. Parker’s Spenser books should try this one. Hallinan, a 2011 Best Novel Edgar finalist, began his six-book Simeon Grist series with this white-knuckle mystery. Simeon Grist knows L.A. inside and out–the sex for sale, the chic seductions, every rip-off from City Hall to Venice. So when he’s hired by a Hollywood recording company to shadow one Sally Oldfield, suspected of embezzlement, Grist discovers she’s entangled in The Church of the Eternal Moment–a million-dollar religious scam built around a 12-year-old channeler and the voice of a man who has been dead for a millennium. When Sally turns up dead, Simeon knows he’s become the next target of a very flesh-and-blood entity waiting in the back alleys of sin and salvation to give him a brutal look at the four last things: death, judgment, heaven and hell–revelations he could definitely live without…


This book is no longer free
by Valerie X. Armstrong
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Children’s Book
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An old fashioned fairy tale set in modern times. For anyone who is a fat kid, was a fat kid, or has a fat kid.

The very FIRST fairy tale written exclusively for fat kids, but should be read by EVERYONE.

Valerie X Armstrong is a former fat kid, who grew up in Miami during the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis. She is an artist and designer now residing in Central Florida.


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1 Sam April 13, 2012 at 11:46 am

Christian Fiction is an awesome writing opportunity. Some people have their first books on here which even a first book may not bee all descriptive and things of that nature however they aren’t bad for first time novels either. I give everyone credit for even trying to write a book. I give them credit for their creativity and ability to get ideas outside of the normal. Something fresh and a new spin on things. There is always a FIRST for everyone and everything. A lot of people come back with constructive criticism and put their ideas down. I PRAISE EVERYONE for taking the time to write a book. To sit down and have a few moments to your self. KEEP WRITING EVERYONE!!!!!!

2 Sandra Palmer April 13, 2012 at 10:57 am

So glad they are marking the “christian” fiction. I can’t believe how badly written that stuff is. I take it that a lot of these free books are by “new” writers that wouldn’t get accepted by publishing companies.

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