Monday Morning: 5 Free Books on Kindle

July 23, 2012 · 22 comments

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For even more of the best Free & Bargain eBooks, be sure to check Pixel of Ink throughout the day! More are on the way! If you’re looking for Kindle Books for Kids & Teens, be sure to stop by Pixel of Ink – Young Edition!

Here is a collection of Free Kindle Books you will want to snap up!

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Worth Lying ForWorth Lying For
by Lisa Cheney
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Mary Minke knows she should be grateful: a mostly happy marriage, mostly grown kids and a mostly steady paycheck. Until…

Mary stumbles on a bag of cash in the car of two-bit drug dealer Jimmy Adler… and steals it. Confiding in best friend, she vows to make good by playing Robin Hood in the sleepy town of Stillwater Village. Only she must keep the plan under wraps from devoted husband… who just happens to be the local sheriff.

When the fate of her imperfect yet loving family is put on the line, Mary must decide what the good life really means, and if it is Worth Lying For.

The Cemetery VoteThe Cemetery Vote
by Steve Silkin
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Sex, drugs and election fraud: Jace Kingman, a drug dealer, is recruited to round up Latino day laborers and take them to the polls on Election Day. Dan Vienna, a fired police officer on the road to become an internet porn producer, tries to extort a million dollars from a losing candidate for U.S. Senate by claiming he can prove the election was stolen. Jace and Dan will cross paths as both schemes go awry. Can they save themselves? Or will they destroy each other?

The Ninth StepThe Ninth Step
by Barbara Taylor Sissel
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Livie Saunders is fluent in the language of flowers; she taught the meanings to her fiancé, Cotton O’Dell, but then Cotton vanishes without explanation on their wedding day forcing Livie to learn the language of desolation. Heartbroken, she buries her wedding gown beneath a garden pond and resolves to move on, but there are nights when she slips…

The Ninth Step is a story of redemption, of being brought to your knees in the sober light of day to face a monstrous error and yet somehow finding the strength to stand up, to try and make it right. Even if that decision breaks your heart, endangers your freedom and ultimately threatens your life.

Saving for Retirement without Living Like a Pauper or Winning the LotterySaving for Retirement without Living Like a Pauper or Winning the Lottery
by Gail MarksJarvis
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Drawn from responses to questions from over 20,000 readers of the author’s personal finance columns.

Over the years, Chicago Tribune financial columnist Gail MarksJarvis has taken the time to listen and respond to thousands of her readers about the issues, questions, and concerns that are most important to them. Saving and investing for retirement has never been more important…and with this book, it’s never been clearer what you need to do and how to do it.

Don’t wait another day!

Cafe du JourCafe du Jour
by Lilian Darcy
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Love, loss and latté…

Susie used to have the perfect sister, the perfect boss, the perfect restaurant kitchen to cook in and a man who only needed a tweak or two. Now, everything is changing and all she can do is take it one sip at a time.

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