Quite the hodgepodge for Today's Free Kindle books. As always be sure to double check the price before you download and make sure they are still listed as "Kindle Price: $0.00"
The Mind-Made Prison: Overcoming Limiting Beliefs and Reaching your Goals - "The Mind-Made Prison takes you on a breathtaking journey through your psyche and shows you the exact things that are currently causing you pain and how you can remove these elements from your life. "
Investing Now: An Insiders Guide to Flipping Houses For Income Today - "After the housing crash of 2008, the majority of guidebooks written on how to flip houses became obsolete, their advice and methods predicated on a credit landscape that had just vanished overnight. In the economic climate of today, a new paradigm is needed, and Investing Now fills that void.
A step-by-step book to overcoming the primary challenges of today’s difficult real estate market to create income and build wealth by flipping houses.
Jim Ingersoll’s how-to guide will help create extraordinary opportunity in the one of the toughest recessions in history"
No Cost Fitness Routines: How to Get a Celebrity Body on a Budget - "Even in times as tough as these, you can still shape up like a celebrity, and you can do it without having to earn a celebrity paycheck. With over twenty years of experience in the field of fitness, Cornel Chin has used his unique training methods to train the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Colin Firth, Audrey Tautou, and Tilda Swinton. Now, with this book, he unlocks the keys to low-cost or no-cost exercise solutions."
Rapid Weight Loss for Women: How to Lose 10 Pounds in a Week - "This original weight loss plan shows you:
* how you can realistically lose ten pounds in a week
* the first thing you absolutely MUST do before starting any weight loss plan
* the easy way to exercise without any special equipment – or even leaving the house
* a thousand-year old strategy from ancient China that can help you stay in shape for longer
* the amazing product that is absolutely vital to helping you lose weight – it’s completely free and easy to get hold of, yet most people simply don’t get enough of it
* the device in every living room that can make you fat…and why you should throw it in the bin today
* what you should always carry with you to lose weight faster and more easily, wherever you may be
* the best way to start your day on the fast track to easy weight loss
* what you should always do before you sit down to eat if you want to avoid overeating
* the one thing you should always say “no” to – no matter how tempting it may be
* the tasty snacks that you can eat between meals without feeling guilty – they are actually good for you!
* the kind of food you should stay away from at all costs, because of the disastrous effects it can have on your health and your waistline
* how you can enjoy chocolate regularly, and still lose weight"
The Hero of Elm Street - "Luella Coombs is more than just a storyteller. She is a chronicler of life’s triumphs and tragedies. She has also lived long enough to realize that fact and fancy can sometimes become confused. In the midst of a great northeast hurricane she decides to relate a story from her younger years. But as the tale unfolds she begins to understand that stories live only because of their telling and that words not only have the power to heal but to transcend time itself.
The Hero of Elm Street. A ghost story about love, loss, and the power of hope. "
A Funny Pair Of Shorts - "Three humorous stories by Edward G. Talbot. Forget that three shorts are more than a pair, these stories will tickle your funny bone and make you soil your adult diapers.
In The Devil and Rashid Schwartz, a man enters Heaven only to find St. Peter missing. Between the lawyers and the unions - and Satan himself, Schwartz discovers that Heaven isn't all it's cracked up to be.
In The Pink Tower, Kash Klark is a small-time thief shooting for the ultimate score, which will culminate in a payoff at an odd pink tower off the coast of Los Angeles. Klark thinks he has all his bases covered, but he finds that nothing ever goes as planned.
In World Wide Wait, Janet Higginbottom gets a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be on TV. But her job at a fertility clinic and her estranged ex-husband both wind up contributing to her embarrassment"
The Last Chance Texaco - "Lucy Pitt is 15 when she is sent to Kindle Home, a group home and her last chance at a semi-normal life. If she makes any errors, she'll be sent to the high-security facility known as Eat-Their-Young Island. Kindle Home is different from the other places she's lived, primarily due to the dedication of the counselors and the way in which they connect with the kids. Lucy realizes that she wants to stay there, and although she manages to weather the consequences of her own impulsive tendencies, she can't control the lack of funding that threatens the Home or the arson that is causing the neighbors to become even more leery of having such an establishment nearby. Readers will root for Lucy and come away with a greater understanding of the complexities of group homes and their inhabitants. Hartinger excels at giving readers an insider's view of the subculture, with its myriad unspoken rules created by the kids, not the system. There is a touch of romance and mystery, and while those elements may be a lure for less sophisticated readers, the memorable aspect of the novel is the way it takes readers inside a system most of them have never experienced."
A Hint of Murder: The Anthology - "This anthology compiles all three A Hint of Murder stories in one book:
A Hint of Murder: The Writer
Alicia Fairfield didn’t plan on being famous. Now a bestselling author with millions of fans, Alicia also has the attention of a killer. Someone has been recreating the murders from her books and the suspects are piling up; her mentally ill son, a disgruntled associate, and possibly even her loyal literary agent. The pressure of public recognition along with the guilt over these senseless killings could be enough to drive Alicia over the edge. Can she hold it together long enough to uncover a killer?
Story length 9,000 words
A Hint of Murder: The Doctor
Russell Morgan had it all; good looks, the perfect woman and a rewarding career as a well-respected physician. When the doctor’s patients start turning up dead, his world comes crashing down. Second in the "A Hint of Murder" series, this short story brings Detective John Lewis back in action to track down the killer.
Story length: 12,000 words
A Hint of Murder: The Bouncer
Bobby Crane was tired of being a bouncer and a glorified errand boy. He longed to be a professional singer and was just about to get his big break. Then Allen Schaffer is found murdered and Bobby’s car was spotted at the victim’s home. Third in the A Hint of Murder series, this story has detective John Lewis returning with a new partner to uncover a murderer.
Story length: 10,400 words
Also included is one bonus mystery entitled "Homeless" and excerpts from the novels of these mystery and thriller writers: Libby Fischer Hellmann, Valerie Maarten, Mel Comley, Sibel Hodge, Faith Mortimer, and Seb Kirby."
Hush - "Few serial killers penned by suspense writers today are as warped or as fully realized as the Madonna Murderer, who preys on newborn baby boys and their unwed mothers. As if the crime itself isn't bad enough, the killer leaves a musical snow globe that plays "Hush, Little Baby" in the infant's crib as his calling card. It has been nearly two decades since Ivy Dunlap and her infant son were victimized by the Madonna Murderer. Unbeknownst to the killer, Ivy survived the assault. Her baby didn't. Now a respected criminal psychologist, Ivy is called into service by the Chicago P.D. when the killer resurfaces after 16 years of dormancy. Her personal interest in the case takes on a sharper edge when she learns that her partner, Detective Max Irving, has a son named Ethan who is the same age her child would have been had he survived. When Ivy tries to rattle the Madonna Murderer by publishing a "dead-baby letter" in the newspaper, the killer becomes more daring; he befriends Ethan, sends Ivy a chunk of his skin bearing a tattoo and expands his profile of victims. Although some readers may be turned off by the novel's graphic nature, a wealth of procedural detail, a heart-thumping finale and two scarred but indelible protagonists make this a first-rate debut.
Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc. "
Edwina - "Edwina is a small town librarian and loves her predictable lifestyle. But her stepsister Cecilia has other plans. As they are about to board a plane for Scotland, Cecelia is suddenly called away. Exhausted and alone in Edinburgh, Edwina collapses into the arms of a tall Scot. Anxious to meet his fiance, Alex Dunnegin whisks Edwina off to his castle and that's when the trouble begins. "
Last Summer - ""Unimpressed with hometown boy Johnnie Irish's superstar status, widowed schoolteacher Maggie Mayfield nonetheless falls for the returning idol, who has only revenge on his mind."
Yeah, well that happens. But so much more. Johnnie ruins the town of Hope's homecoming parade. He passes out on Maggie's floor. He leaves but can't forget her. He makes a movie that bombs. He almost dies and everybody thinks he tried to commit suicide. He returns to Hope to get away from Hollywood for a while. He plays piano for Maggie's play. He gets healthy. He falls in love. He's haunted by demons. He almost dies again. He and Maggie fight. He leaves. He comes back. "