Here’s a list of 10 free Kindle ebooks for your Sunday.
Amazon also has a list of top Kindle ebooks on sale today only (2/17) for one of their main deals of the day.
Please note that the free Kindle books listed below are free as of February 17th, 2019. 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.
You don’t need to own a Kindle ebook reader or a Fire tablet to read these free ebooks; you can use a free Kindle reading app for iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, and Android devices, or use a computer or web browser.
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Top Kindle eBooks Sale – 2/17 only
10 Free Kindle eBooks
Special Circumstances by Sheldon Siegel
Thrillers, 4.5 stars, 2344 reviews
Meet Mike Daley. Ex-priest. Ex-public defender. And as of yesterday, ex-partnerin one of San Francisco’s most prominent law firms. Today he’s out on his own, setting up practice on the wrong side of town. Then his best friend and former colleague is charged with a brutal double murder of two fellow lawyers, and Daley is instantly catapulted into a high-profile investigation involving the prestigious law firm that just booted him.
First Touch: A Paranormal Suspense Story by Teyla Branton
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, 4.7 stars, 205 reviews
Detective Shannon Martin believes Autumn Rain’s gift is a hoax. But he is desperate to find the missing little girl. Can they put aside their differences and find her before it’s too late? Autumn Rain didn’t always possess the ability to read emotions imprinted on objects. If you’ve enjoyed the Imprints series or are just beginning the adventure, you don’t want to miss this new prequel about Autumn’s first case as a consultant to the Portland Police Bureau. See how she came into her ability, and how Detective Shannon Martin reacts when he realizes this crazy so-called psychic might just be telling the truth.
Sanyare: The Last Descendant by Megan Haskell
Fantasy, 4.5 stars, 157 reviews
Raised in a realm where humans are no better than slaves, Rie has struggled for decades to earn a meager post in the High Court messenger service. Even training as an elite fighter isn’t enough to earn the respect she craves. Scorned by the high elves who rely on her loyalty, Rie’s closest allies are the fierce carnivorous pixies who travel by her side. When she’s attacked on a routine delivery by assassins from the enemy Shadow Realm, Rie’s martial prowess keeps her alive…and frames her as a traitor…
No Game for a Dame by M. Ruth Myers
Mystery, 4.4 stars, 763 reviews
A .38, a nip of gin and sensational legs get Depression-era private investigator Maggie Sullivan out of most scrapes – until a stranger threatens to bust her nose, she’s hauled in on suspicion of his murder and she finds herself in the cross-hairs of a crime boss with connections at City Hall. Moving through streets where people line up at soup kitchens, Maggie draws information from sources others overlook: The waitress at the dime store lunch counter where she has breakfast; a ragged newsboy; the other career girls at her rooming house…
1632 (Ring of Fire Series Book 1) by Eric Flint
Alternative History, 4.4 stars, 756 reviews
1632 In the year 1632 in northern Germany a reasonable person might conclude that things couldn’t get much worse. There was no food. Disease was rampant. For over a decade religious war had ravaged the land and the people. Catholic and Protestant armies marched and countermarched across the northern plains, laying waste the cities and slaughtering everywhere. In many rural areas population plummeted toward zero. Only the aristocrats remained relatively unscathed; for the peasants, death was a mercy.
Nonfiction, 4.7 stars, 113 reviews
Have you ever wondered what separates people who think bigger from people who set their bar low? What makes one person accept low standards and another person to constantly raise them? Why does one person strive to build an international organization affecting the lives of millions of people, while another person is content working her entire life as a clerk? (Not that there’s anything wrong with being a clerk!)
Forbidden Angel by Sandra Lea Rice
Historical Romance, 4.4 stars, 102 reviews
When Adrian Spencer, The Tenth Earl of Windsford, finds himself the unlikely guardian of the one woman he cannot forget, he has a decision to make. He can follow the dictates of his heart and pursue Angeline and the sensual promise implicit in her eyes, or adhere to the strict moral code he was born to uphold and deny them both. Made to flee England after the murder of his fiancée, Adrian builds an empire in America. When his past and present combine in the form of Angeline Ashley, it’s time to prove his innocence and reclaim what is rightfully his…
The Fifth Knight: An Arthurian Legend Fantasy by Jesikah Sundin, Claire Luana
Fantasy, 4.6 stars, 60 reviews
Fionna’s only hope to save her family lies across the Irish Sea. As a warrior princess of Ulster, the rival clann holding her father and sister for ransom knows she’ll pay any price to get them back. But even she couldn’t predict the task set before her—to steal a faerie sword from a king. The Kingdom of Caerleon is dying under Morgan la Fay’s dark magic. Her vengeful curse has locked Excalibur in its scabbard, placing Arthur Pendragon’s kingship in jeopardy. Now Arthur and his sword brothers—Lancelot, Galahad, and Percival—have but one hope…
The Mail-Order Bride Carries a Gun by Wanda Ann Thomas
Romance, 4.5 stars, 101 reviews
Ella Hunter never thought she’d be a mail-order bride. But when she sees a photo in the Marriage Gazette of the man she believes killed her brother, Ella agrees to marry the Civil War soldier turned cowboy. Prepared to confront a cold-hearted killer then return home, she finds all her expectations dashed when her intended husband appears to be a good man. Ella’s loyalties are torn between honoring the memories of her family and her undeniable attraction to Ty Haven.
Stratagem by Robin Caroll
Mystery & Suspense, 4.5 stars, 143 reviews
Deep in the gritty underbelly of New Orleans, psychologist Grayson Thibodeaux loses everything when his wife leaves him to climb her company’s corporate ladder. He buries himself in his job of creating mind-bending adventure games for businesses as team-building explorations. When his ex-wife’s company hires Grayson’s to create an elaborate game, he doesn’t see how things can get worse. Until she dies during the course of the game he created…making him the prime suspect for murder.