10 Free Kindle eBooks and Kindle Deals – July 7th


Here’s a roundup of 10 free highly-rated Kindle ebooks for Sunday.

Also, Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited subscription deals are still active with a discount of up to 40% off, and the 2nd gen Kindle Oasis is still $50 off with the newer model taking its place, and refurbs are marked down even lower.

Please note that the free Kindle books listed below are free as of July 7th, 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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Kindle Deals

Kindle Oasis 2 – $199

Kindle Oasis 2 refurbished – $169

Kindle Unlimited Gift Deal – 20-40% off

3 Months of Kindle Unlimited for Free – Prime members only

Prime Members: Get $5 eBook Credit When Spending $20 on Kindle eBooks

Get 66% off 3 months of Audible – Prime members only

Kindle Daily Deals

Kindle Books up to 80% off

Amazon First Reads

10 Free Kindle eBooks

Beside Still Waters: A Big Sky Novel by Tricia Goyer

Romance, 4.7 stars, 461 reviews

Raised among the Amish of Indiana, 18-year-old Marianna Sommer plans to get baptized into the church, marry Aaron Zook, and set up life in the only community she has ever known. But when her older brother chooses the world’s path following his rumschpringe, and a younger sibling begins showing interest in Englisch ways, Marianna’s parents move the family to Montana. Although she is also in her rumschpringe years and not obligated to move, Marianna makes the journey to dutifully help her mother who is expecting another child…

After the Galaxy: The Unsung by Scott Bartlett

Science Fiction, 4.3 stars, 24 reviews

Commander Joe Pikeman has his share of demons. But after a long deployment, he just wants to enjoy some home leave with his daughter. The galaxy has other plans. His last assignment takes him to Earth, humanity’s deserted homeworld. There, he finds Earth’s last settlement littered with the bodies of the people who lived there. As he hunts down those responsible, he runs head-first into some galaxy-shaking questions. Why did humanity really abandon the galaxy for a computer simulation? Who would want to start killing off the last real humans left? There’s one thing Joe knows for sure. If they’re going after his neighbors…his family…his daughter… They’ll need to go through him first.

Instant Pot Mediterranean Diet Cookbook For Beginners by Mandy Cook

Cookbooks, 4.8 stars, 69 reviews

When you tend to cook something special for your family and friends, this collection will be your go-to source for the best Instant Pot healthy recipes ever! This recipe collection covers the best recipes from countries that border the Mediterranean. This collection actually promotes both a simple and creative approach to the cooking, requiring healthy and sophisticated food combinations, instead of dumping meat, vegetables and dull spices into a cooking pot.

Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic by Meghan Ciana Doidge

Fantasy, 4.4 stars, 983 reviews

If you’d asked me a week ago, I would have told you that the best cupcakes were dark chocolate with chocolate cream cheese icing, that dancing in a crowd of magic wielders — the Adept — was better than sex, and that my life was peaceful and uneventful. Just the way I liked it. That’s what twenty-three years in the magical backwater of Vancouver will get you — a completely skewed sense of reality. Because when the dead werewolves started showing up, it all unraveled … except for the cupcake part. That’s a universal truth.

Bellamy and the Brute by Alicia Michaels

Teen & Young Adult, 4.3 stars, 234 reviews

When Bellamy McGuire is offered a summer job babysitting for the wealthy Baldwin family, she’s reluctant to accept. After all, everyone in town knows about the mysterious happenings at the mansion on the hill—including the sudden disappearance of the Baldwin’s eldest son, Tate. The former football star and golden boy of Wellhollow Springs became a hermit at the age of sixteen, and no one has seen or heard from him since. Rumors abound as to why, with whisperings about a strange illness—one that causes deformity and turned him into a real-life monster…

The Hard Kill by Allen Manning, Brian Manning

Thriller, 4.3 stars, 168 reviews

Retired Army Ranger John Stone has settled into his life as a bar owner in Great Falls, Montana. But news about the death of a brother-in-arms and the kidnapping of his goddaughter shakes his world apart. John discovers the murder and abduction might involve the ex-wife of his fallen brother, and a prototype technology that could threaten the security of the free world. Now, with time running out, John must rely on the abilities of his former life to save his goddaughter from the same fate as her father.

Zodiac Killers: Box Set Books 1-3 by WL Knightly

Thriller, 4.4 stars, 21 reviews

Detective Darek Blake thought the secrets of his past were long buried, but when a young girl is murdered in a familiar way, finding the killer will not only bring back memories he’s repressed, but give him a golden opportunity to impress the FBI. So, when his partner, Special Agent Lizzy McNamara digs up evidence that’s a little too close to home, he’s shaken to the core. The worst sin he’s ever committed bubbles up, threatening to destroy his future. Are the Zodiac killings a coincidence or is someone toying with him, and if so… who?

Helmets and Lipstick: An Army Nurse in World War Two by Ruth G. Haskell

Military & War Biographies, 4.4 stars, 181 reviews

Helmets and Lipstick is the first-hand account of Second Lieutenant Ruth Haskell, chronicling her time spent as a combat nurse with U.S. troops in North Africa during Operation Torch. First published at the height of the war in 1944, Haskell’s memoir is a classic account of combat nursing in World War 2, an important addition to the literature of the war in North Africa and of the history of non-combatants in the Second World War.

Ghostface Killer by M. Never

Romantic Suspense, 4.7 stars, 535 reviews

Beautiful assassin. Mysterious Mark. One hell of a sexy, suspenseful ride…. Once, I was nothing. Hungry, abandoned, wandering, and alone. An adolescent street rat fighting for crumbs. Then a chance encounter changed my entire world. A man in an expensive suit asked me how much my life was worth. I didn’t have an answer, because I didn’t know. He asked if I thought it was worth killing for. Impulsively, I said yes… He found me, then fostered me, and in the interim turned me into a killing machine. A modern day La Femme Nikita…

The Girls Across the Bay by Emerald O’Brien

Mystery, 4.4 stars, 100 reviews

Madigan Knox and Grace Sheppard became sisters the day they entered their foster home. After living through a childhood nightmare, one brave act set them free, but split them apart into different homes.
As adults, they are reunited in the small coastal town they dreamed of living in as children, but the reality of life in Tall Pines is far from what they had imagined.
When a woman is found dead​ in her home​, Madigan reports on the crime while Grace investigates. A dark connection to the victim is discovered, pulling them both closer to the crime and the traumatic past they are desperate to move on from. With old wounds ripped open and dark secrets threatening their bond, the sisters must rely on each other more than ever before to survive.

2 Responses to “10 Free Kindle eBooks and Kindle Deals – July 7th”

  1. Hi,
    How can I get my Kindle book reviewed or featured on your site? Looking forward to your reply.
    Thanks.

    • Sorry but I don’t review ebooks. I would give most of them 1 star because writers aren’t very good these days. Most don’t even respect the craft enough to know what they are doing. They’re just trying to make money.