Friday, December 23, 2011

Today's Free Kindle Books

Lots of Freebies today, so grab em before they are gone.

Code Blue - Somewhat of a medical thriller. A doctor returns to her home town and is being harrasshed. Christian Fiction.

Smokeless Fire (Fire Spirits #1) - On her 18th birthday Ari discovers that she is not human.

A Superstitious Christmas (A Grandberry Falls Novella) - "Maggie Greenlee can’t wait for the Greenlee traditions to start, especially the annual ornament exchange.
Only things don’t go as planned once Maggie announces to the Greenlee clan that she’s engaged to Grady Cohen, one of the wealthiest bachelors in New York City.
There are two problems. One, Hazel Greenlee, Maggie’s granny and Grandberry Falls’ local matchmaker, has already determined that Maggie is going to marry Mayor Mitch Dozier. And two, Grady thinks the superstitious beliefs that have ruled Maggie’s life, are child like."

Fierce Dawn (ParaRealm) - "Snarling teeth, glowing eyes. Someone--something--is after her. 
The man who haunts her dreams enters her reality, claiming she's transforming into a changeling--not quite immortal but no longer human. Except nobody wants this change. Not humans, not immortals and least of all her.
Battle lines are drawn and blood spills as the two fight not only for her life, but for mankind's as well."

Winning the Wallflower - Short story plus promotional excerpts from following books. [Romance]

Quick Kill (A Sydney Granger Murder Mystery)  - "Someone is brutally murdering innocent women in downtown Toronto. Sassy Detective Sydney Granger and her partner Mike Stanza are on the case. With no witnesses, prints, or clues connecting any of the crime scenes, apprehending the vicious killer seems remote. Then, Sydney makes a chilling discovery that blows the case wide open."

Through The Storm (Rain Series - Book 5) - "Isaac Walker had once been a heavy handed drug lord, who was proud of the fact that nobody dared to mess with him. But after dedicating his life to the Lord, Isaac began snatching wayward souls out of darkness and into God’s marvelous light. That is, until the day the people Isaac ministered to started coming up missing and a maniac began terrorizing him and his family."

A Walk in the Snark - [Non-Fiction / Relationships] - "Rachel believes "Men are from Seinfeld, Women are from Friends," and so do her legions of fans. She dares to ask "Why do men want to change the world but can't change a roll of toilet paper?" "

Happy Birthday to Me Again (Birthday Trilogy, Book 2) - "Cameron Martin has a huge problem: he’s aging a whole year of his life with each passing day… again. And this time... he's going backward!" - The first book in this series was free recently and is still available to borrow for free from the Kindle Owners Lending Library.

51/50: The Magical Adventures of a Single Life - [Biography] - "51 dates. 50 weeks. That was the social experiment Kristen McGuiness—single, living in LA, and entering her thirties newly sober—embarked upon. "

Run - [Horror] - Over the course of 5 days a rash of brutal murders sweeps the nation, then the power goes out.

Too Close For Comfort [Romantic Suspense] - "He kidnapped her in her own hospital . . .to keep her alive.Dr. Marissa Fairfax is a calm, cool trauma surgeon. Police officer Jack Corelli is a tough cop who’s been assigned to protect her until she testifies at a murder trial—whether she wants his help, or not."

The List
[Mystery Thriller] - "A technothriller about a group of ten people who each have tattoos of numbers on the bottoms their feet, and don't know why.  One of them, a Chicago Homicide cop named Tom Mankowski, has had one of these strange tattoos since birth. When he investigates a violent murder and discovers the victim also has a tattooed number, it sets the ball rolling for an adventure of historic proportions."

The Year She Fell - "When Ellen Wakefield O'Connor is confronted by a young man armed with a birth certificate that mistakenly names her as his mother, she quickly sorts out the truth: his birth mother listed Ellen on the certificate to cover up her own identity, but also because Ellen is, in a way, related to the child. "

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