Wednesday Pick-Me-Up: 4 Free Kindle Books

May 9, 2012 · 34 comments

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Here’s a little pick-me-up for you, just in time to keep away the afternoon doldrums :-)

Checkout these 4 Free Kindle Books and grab your favorites while they last!

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Mirror Ball ManMirror Ball Man
by Joel Brown
FREE on Kindle

“Bullet holes in a Life Is Great T-shirt. It was the kind of cheap irony I would have written a song about, normally. But it wasn’t so funny when it happened to someone I knew.”

Singer Baxter McLean had one hit in the 1980s, “Mirror Ball Man,” but he’s barely scraped by as a barroom folksinger ever since. Now yuppies and developers are taking over the funky little harbor town of Libertyport, Massachusetts, where he lives. When he sings a protest song against a waterfront hotel project, Baxter finds himself the prime suspect in at least one murder. Solving the case himself is the only way out. On the bright side, the publicity might jump-start his career – and his love life.

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Fated: Torn Apart by History, Bound for EternityFated: Torn Apart by History, Bound for Eternity
by Carolyn McCray
FREE on Kindle

A historical paranormal romance with sweeping consequences, Fated is sure to thrill.

Set in ancient Rome, you will find yourself immersed in the culture, drawn to the intrigue and yearning for the romance.

Everyone thinks that they know the story of Caesar’s demise, however in Fated, we discover the truth…

Cake Icing, Butt Budder and Tea LidsCake Icing, Butt Budder and Tea Lids
by Renee Andrews
FREE on Kindle

Cake Icing, Butt Budder and Tea Lids has been described as Sweet Home Alabama, the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Practical Magic and Steel Magnolias all rolled into one. “In the South, if a woman isn’t married by age twenty-five, it’s time for an intervention.” This is the basis behind Delilah and Edna Thibodeaux’s dogged determination to make sure their beloved Jezze doesn’t end up an old spinster, like her mother and aunt.

But what happens when the eccentric antics of the young girl’s crazy Cajun aunt and mother put her search for Mr. Right on a 25-year deadline to potential disaster? And why should she have to prove that they are the experts in marriage intervention, anyway? Because she loves them? Yeah, probably. Because they really don’t mean any harm? That too. But when they decide her Mr. Right is T-Roy Bertrand, the butt budder salesman, does she really have to agree? And if she’s made up her mind, why does her heart refuse to listen?

Shakespeare's CuthbertShakespeare’s Cuthbert
by Patrick Barrett
FREE on Kindle

At the heart of this riotous laugh-a-paragraph farce that will delight members of amateur dramatic societies everywhere, lies a forgotten village in a remote valley where the ‘real valley folk’ live, including Cuthbert, the village undertaker, impressario of the shambolic annual theatre production, and holy fool.

Suddenly into this by-water of rural oblivion bursts a band of newcomers who have taken up residence of the seigneurial Mandrake Hall – Henry, a prominent media reporter and his daughter who is more horse than her horse; Henry’s brother, Ronald, an adventurer, a mercenary and a sometime crook; and the unreconstituted Captain and his much put-upon wife Elspeth.

What are these rank and unlikely outsiders doing in these obscure parts and what are they looking for as they vigorously comb the village and the extensive network of tunnels built beneath it?

One clue is the persistent legend that the Bard himself, William Shakespeare, was once employed as a tutor up at the Hall (thus the annual village play) and that there might still be fragments of his early work – a fumbling politically-incorrect piece – waiting to be discovered.

Fame and fortune may follow, but corpses will be dug up first.

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