Sunday Afternoon: 4 Free Kindle Books

August 5, 2012 · 14 comments

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Here is a collection of 4 Free Kindle Books you will want to snap up today!

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Liberty BelleLiberty Belle
by Patricia PacJac Carroll
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Set in 1859 Denver, Liberty Belle is a story of finding freedom and forgiveness. A jilted bride, a wayward sheriff, a small boy, outlaws, and a gallows provide plenty of action, romance, and hope.

Liberty Longstreet was left at the altar, but that wasn’t the worst of her day. She awakens to the fact that she needs to declare independence from her controlling mother. Wanting her freedom and to find a man of her choosing, Libby leaves home for faraway Denver. She just doesn’t count on being robbed, falling for a wayward sheriff, or being accused of murder.

Sheriff Wade Calder throws down his badge in a quest for revenge. Instead, he takes responsibility for his enemy’s young son. Wanting only to be free, Wade runs into Libby, and she wins what is left of his heart. Unfortunately, he has nothing to offer her until he picks up his badge. His honor is restored, but it may cost Libby her life.

Together they learn the cost of freedom and the wealth of forgiveness.

The Memory SongbookThe Memory Songbook
by Douglas Glenn Clark
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At 17… Frank didn’t think he had a past.

Then he found himself chasing his forgetful, wandering grandfather into the 1950s, the 1940s and as far back as the days of gas lamps and folksinger Leadbelly. It was then, confronted with poignant family revelations and one great song, that young Frank began to realize who he really was.

At 50… Frank doesn’t believe he has a future.

Then, on the verge of restoring his singer-songwriter career, he is called home to assist his aging mother who suffers from memory loss and other ailments. Like many baby boomers, he wants to be there for his parent… and yet feels helpless.

But while cleaning, he discovers a manuscript he wrote after one mind-bending day in the Summer of Love. It was the day he discovered the powerful music-memory connection: songs have the power to bring back the memories and feelings that have shaped the best moments of our lives.

Rumors of SavagesRumors of Savages
by Carrie Regan
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It seemed the perfect stunt to save the ailing Adventure Channel. When a famed anthropologist disappears in the middle of a formidable African jungle while searching for a legendary–and reportedly bloodthirsty–”lost tribe,” fading star Max Carrington and his bumbling television crew swiftly set off to find him. Their goal: bring him back, alive or dead, documenting every moment along the way for a blockbuster television event. Back home, their dramatic live video dispatches from the middle of the jungle swiftly become the media sensation of the moment. But when members of the crew start disappearing as well, they realize too late that much more than the network’s fortunes are at risk…

Absolute ZeroAbsolute Zero
by Frederick Aldrich
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The gleaming silver tanker truck would not give up its secret easily. Only close inspection by a welder would reveal that the end cap had been skillfully reattached. Indeed, to motorists along the busy interstate, it appeared identical to thousands of other such trucks that crisscross the country each day. But, unlike them, it contained no liquid, other than the bottled water for the terrorists concealed inside. They slept fitfully, the endless scream of eighteen tires burning into their consciousness. From time to time they would awaken and smoke a cigarette, never looking toward the box at the rear of the steel cavern. It contained a weapon they could not fathom, a horrible weapon…

In the early years, Cuba’s president believed his regime would usher in a new world order, with Cuba taking its place amoung the great nations of the hemisphere. But the American embargo had put an end to that, plunging his country practically into the Stone Age. Gradually, bicycles replaced cars as fuel shortages compounded the scarcity of virtually every basic necessity. On walls throughout the capitol, Havana, dispirited citizens scrawled ‘In Cuba, death is redundant.’ As his country slipped deeper into oblivion, his hatred grew and he resolved to repay the Americans for what they had done.

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{ 14 comments }

Maria T. Weinberg August 5, 2012 at 5:52 pm

Love my POI.

Barnaby Rudge August 5, 2012 at 6:09 pm

Absolute Zero is a terrific book! Aldrich could see the possible terrorist attack on US soil before 9/11/2001. His new book is just as insightful.

Frances Smith August 5, 2012 at 6:18 pm

thanks for the great books, love , love my kindle.

Sherry Wade August 5, 2012 at 6:30 pm

"Rumors of Savages" sounds an awful lot like the TV series "The River" that was airing on ABC but was cancelled. any connection? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1836195/

Wayne Laundry August 5, 2012 at 6:31 pm

Some good ones here.

Jo Ann Schaper August 5, 2012 at 7:33 pm

Love all the book offers, would hate to do without my kindle!

June Nagel Stone August 5, 2012 at 11:04 pm

I agree Jo Ann! Mine goes everywhere with me.

Pat Rueb August 5, 2012 at 8:05 pm

Some great books.

Jim Valente August 5, 2012 at 8:12 pm

Free Is GOOD!

Linda L. Kelly August 5, 2012 at 8:45 pm

Great to be able to have these books for FREE!

JohnHelen McDermott August 5, 2012 at 8:52 pm

Great gifts!

Connie Beseau August 5, 2012 at 9:34 pm

Thanks For all the free books. Love my kindle fire.

Jamie Cronin Mchugh August 5, 2012 at 9:46 pm

thank you

Gene Covello August 5, 2012 at 11:15 pm

Thank you

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