It’s time for another weekly roundup of 10 free Kindle ebooks. Getting some stuff for free is a nice way to balance all the holiday spending.
Amazon is also running a bunch of sales today for Cyber Monday. They are offering the biggest Kindle Daily Deal of the year, with up to 85% off over 800 Kindle ebooks. Amazon’s ebook subscription service, Kindle Unlimited, is on sale as well, up to 40% off.
If you act fast you can get the Fire HD 10 for $60 off, taking the price down to $169. That’s still not a good deal, in my opinion. The Lenovo Tab 2 10 is only $10 more and it has much better specs.
Please note that the free Kindle ebooks listed below are free as of November 30th, 2015. Most of these titles are free for a limited time only and will expire in a few days before going back to the regular list price.
A good place to find more free Kindle books is on the free bestsellers list at Amazon.
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10 Free Kindle eBooks
Please note that the 34 free Kindle ebooks from Curiosity Quills Press are still free in the Kindle Store, as mentioned a few days ago.
Hanover House: Kickoff to the Hanover House Chronicles by Brenda Novak
Mystery & Suspense, 4.4 stars, 259 reviews
The modern tale begins in Perth, Scotland, where a police constable chases a serial killer, only to discover the crime has roots in the supernatural, a paranormal reality he never knew existed. During his murder investigation, contact with a mysterious woman stirs his dormant druidic powers, changing his life forever. She, and the killer, are fae. In this bestselling urban and epic fantasy book series, humans are plucked from Scotland, England, The Netherlands, Germany, The United States, Australia, and elsewhere and transported into the faerie realm. They learn to build a new life, tame their magic, even find love, all while facing danger, murder, kidnapping, and chaos. Those who survive will usher a new era into the Otherworld.
Hold: Hold & Hide Book 1 by Marilyn Grey
Science Fiction, 4.8 stars, 49 reviews
This isn’t your typical dystopian, because Claire Connelly is not your typical girl. She’s smart, compassionate, and … weak. But that very weakness, she’s told, is her biggest strength. Along with hundreds of other twins, Claire and Audrey are sent away to an experiment where strange things happen. The television talks to them and she has a name. The little box in the corner glows when it’s time for a daily blood draw. And memories blur and disappear, distorting reality more and more each day. As Claire struggles to discover the purpose of the experiments, she loses pieces of herself and just as she feels an urge to fight back … she’s left with a choice that will define her future in ways she doesn’t want to be defined. In ways that will ruin her and everything she is. There’s no way out for Claire Connelly, but she’s determined to find one.
Baby Please Don’t Go: A Novel by Frank Freudberg
Romance, 4.5 stars, 72 reviews
All Lock Gilkenney wants is a family.
But he’ll have to cross the line to get one. Lock is a dedicated investigator at Child Protective Services. An anonymous report of neglect comes in. He responds and finds the kids in good health. Lock concludes the report was a ruse, possibly part of a scheme to make Natalie Mannheim, the kids’ mother, look bad in an upcoming divorce trial. Natalie needs Lock’s expertise to help her win custody—and a multi-million-dollar divorce settlement. He realizes she doesn’t have a prayer in court against her shrewd husband, and only Lock can help her now. Lock knows all about addiction, and he’s aware of the powerful hold Natalie has on him. But he can’t get her out of his head. Lock is caught between his commitment to take the high road and his burning desire to have a family.
In Times Like These: A Time Travel Adventure by Nathan Van Coops
Science Fiction, 4.6 stars, 133 reviews
Benjamin Travers has been electrocuted. What’s worse, he and his friends have woken up in the past. As the friends search for a way home, they realize they’re not alone. There are other time travelers, and some of them are turning up dead. When Ben meets an enigmatic scientist and his charming, time-traveling daughter, salvation seems at hand, but escaping the dangers of the past may lead to a deadly future. If he hopes to save his friends, Ben must learn to master space and time, and survive a journey where past and future violently collide.
Murder to Go (Food Truck Mysteries Book 1) by Chloe Kendrick
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, 4.1 stars, 442 reviews
Maeve Kinkaid expects a few speed bumps when she inherits a food truck from her aunt; instead, she gets a detour through some deadly hairpin turns in this fast-paced thriller. Despite the sudden loss of her aunt, Maeve Kinkaid is thrilled when she inherits the popular food truck Dogs on the Roll. She has no idea how cutthroat the food industry can be. She meets a Basque chef whose interest in her is overshadowed by his desire to possess the food truck, which he insists Maeve’s aunt promised to leave to him. And when the owner of a rival food truck is decapitated and served up like a gruesome new dish, Maeve becomes embroiled in a mystery that may cost her the food truck, the chef, and her life.
A Cold Dark Place (Cold Justice Book 1) by Toni Anderson
Romance, 4.5 stars, 410 reviews
Justice isn’t always black or white. Sometimes it’s cold and dark. Former CIA assassin Alex Parker works for The Gateway Project, a clandestine government organization hell-bent on taking out serial killers and pedophiles before they enter the justice system. Alex doesn’t enjoy killing, but he’s damn good at it. He’s good at dodging the law, too—until a beautiful rookie agent has him wondering what it might be like to get caught. FBI Special Agent Mallory Rooney has spent years hunting the lowlife who abducted her identical twin sister eighteen years ago. Now, during an on-going serial killer investigation, Mallory begins to suspect there’s a vigilante operating outside the law. She has no choice but to take him down, because murder isn’t justice. Is it?
A Brand of Christmas by Maggie Shayne
Holidays/ Romance, 4.6 stars, 879 reviews
The TWO opening novels from New York Times bestseller Maggie Shayne’s TWO most popular series! The Oklahoma All-Girl Brands, Book 1: THE BRANDS WHO CAME FOR CHRISTMAS: When good girl Maya Brand, eldest of five and the pillar of the family, has a moment of weakness and a one night stand with a drifter, she finds herself pregnant with a naked ring finger. Most Big Falls, Oklahomans think it must be a case of immaculate conception. But the drifter returns and trouble follows. So do an early labor, a freak storm, and a Christmas you will never forget.
Unexpected Gifts (Castle Mountain Lodge Book 1) by Elena Aitken
Genre Fiction, 4.3 stars, 625 reviews
Cozy up to the Castle Mountain Lodge in the middle of the remote Canadian Rockies for Unexpected Gifts. Christmas represents everything Andi Williams is supposed to have, and doesn’t. Running away to a remote mountain lodge in the Canadian Rockies sounds like the perfect way to escape, until a mix-up finds her sharing a villa with sexy, rough around the edges, Colin Hartford. Colin’s determination to enjoy the holiday he’s missed for the last five years sweeps Andi into a season of joy that she’s not sure she’s ready for. Can Andi open herself up to everything the holidays have to offer…including love?
Gandhi: A Life Inspired by Lynn M. Hamilton
Religion & Spirituality, 4.3 stars, 84 reviews
It has become a cliche to say that one person can make a difference, but the life of Mahatma Gandhi confronts us with the enduring truth of that statement. It is impossible to say exactly what moved people to revere and follow him and be imprisoned and beaten on his behalf in the thousands. No doubt, his ever gentle demeanor had a hand in that. His perpetual grace and joy, even in the face of terrible hardship, surely won some hearts and minds. His genuine ability to treat all men – Hindu, Muslim, Parsee, Sikh, Harijan, Christian, and Zulu – as brothers must have won even more.
Drained (An Agent Hank Rawlings FBI Thriller Book 1) by E.H. Reinhard
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, 4.6 stars, 41 reviews
A known serial killer is once again taking lives in Chicago. Bodies drained of blood are being strewn across the city. For former Tampa homicide sergeant, Hank Rawlings, tracking down the man responsible for the killings becomes his first assignment at his new position, agent in the FBI’s homicide division of the serial crimes unit. Almost before the ink dries on the new job’s acceptance papers, Hank finds himself in Chicago, knee-deep in an investigation with a mounting body count. While every lead brings him and his partner closer to the killer, the one that puts them directly in front of him threatens them most.