10 Free Kindle eBooks and Kindle Deals – 9/15

It’s time for another roundup of 10 free highly-rated Kindle ebooks for the weekend.

Like usual, Amazon has a selection of Kindle ebooks on sale for Sunday only as one of their Deals of the Day.

Please note that the free Kindle books listed below are free as of September 15th, 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, and Android devices, or use a computer or web browser.

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Kindle Deals

Kindle eBook Sale up to 80% off – 9/15 only

Kindle Unlimited Gift Deal – 20-40% off

Kindle Paperwhite 3 Refurbs – $79.99

Kindle Voyage Refurbs – $99.99

Kindle Paperwhite 2 Refurbs – $34.99

Kindle Daily Deals

Kindle Books up to 80% off

Amazon First Reads

10 Free Kindle eBooks

Force of Justice by J.J. Miller

Thrillers, 4.4 stars, 479 reviews

One of LA’s most powerful men is charged with murder, and criminal attorney Brad Madison is called to defend him. But murder is only the start of their problems… In this first instalment of the Brad Madison novel series, Madison finds himself defending Patrick Strickland against a mounting evidence base. Despite Strickland claiming he has no criminal connections, there are clear signs his involvement in organized crime runs deep. When the case receives national attention, the underbelly of power in LA is thrown into the limelight. Madison fights desperately to find the one piece of evidence that will prove his client’s innocence. But where’s there’s power, there’s danger…

Once Upon a Romance by Alex Bailey

Romance, 4.8 stars, 38 reviews

When Sophie’s eight-year-old niece, Ariel, asks Santa Claus for a single wish to honor her mom’s memory, Sophie knows she must grant it. Unfortunately for Sophie, Ariel’s wish is to ride her mom’s favorite ride on Christmas day, and it’s at the last place on earth Sophie wants to visit—Walt Disney World. It will be the first Christmas without her sister, and reliving childhood memories of her best friend is not how she wants to spend her holiday. Sophie’s only desire is to spend Christmas on the slopes with her reliable and stable beau, Darren, who has reluctantly agreed to postpone their trip until the day after Christmas…

Summer Magic (The Thorne Witches Book 1) by T.M. Cromer

Paranormal Romance, 4.4 stars, 118 reviews

Life in a small town can be tough. It can be even tougher when you’re a witch whose magic regularly backfires. But Summer Thorne only wants one thing: to create the perfect sanctuary for unwanted animals. Nothing and no one is going to stop her. Not even the sexy sheriff who is determined to shut down her rescue center. And certainly not the laboratory where she illegally obtained her mischievous chimpanzee, Morty. Sheriff Cooper Carlyle has one goal: to keep his town safe. That includes his stubborn neighbor, Summer, whether she wants him to or not. When the animals of Summer’s menagerie get loose and create havoc, he decides enough is enough. But things aren’t always as they appear, and Coop stumbles upon the secret the Thorne sisters have been hiding…

Owl of Death (Owl the Assassin Book 1) by W.J. Costello

Thrillers, 4.6 stars, 20 reviews

Joe Bolt.
Code name: Owl.
Assassin for hire.

A Syrian conspiracy. America framed for a barbaric act. Russia on the warpath.

Syrian assassins are sent to America to protect the conspiracy.

The CIA wants to stop them. They want the conspiracy exposed. They hire Owl for the job.

He must act fast. War between America and Russia is imminent. The clock is ticking.

Catching Echoes by Meghan Ciana Doidge

Fantasy, 4.7 stars, 63 reviews

I preferred it when life came in tidy packages. When it didn’t — when something went awry — I was exceedingly skilled at packaging it back up. It was my job to do so after all. I was a reconstructionist. I collected the puzzle pieces, then I gave those pieces to an investigative team to sort out. I didn’t ask questions. I didn’t offer answers. I saw. I recorded. I moved on. I didn’t dwell or obsess. I didn’t hunt down suspects. I didn’t follow clues to find a killer. And I certainly didn’t work side by side with anyone. Least of all, a vampire who I strongly suspected might turn out to be the major missing component at the end of the trail. Then I saw something I couldn’t forget. It wasn’t the bloodiest thing I’d ever seen. It wasn’t even close. But it haunted me. I didn’t like being haunted…

Resistance (Divided Elements Book 1) by Mikhaeyla Kopievsky

Science Fiction, 4.4 stars, 26 reviews

From the moment you are born, you are conditioned to know this truth: Unorthodoxy is wrong action, Heterodoxy is wrong thought. One will lead to your Detention. The other to your Execution. Once known as Paris, the walled city-state of Otpor is enjoying a new Golden Age. The horrors of the Singularity and Emancipation forgotten, citizens now revel in a veritable utopia of ubiquitous drugs, alcohol, and entertainment, washed down with full employment, universal healthcare, and affordable housing. All made possible by the Orthodoxy – a new world order where everything is engineered to maximum efficiency, including identities…

The Babbling Brook Naked Poker Club by Ann Warner

Mystery, 4.7 stars, 423 reviews

In Book One of this cozy mystery series, a morose parrot with a reputation for biting sums up Brookside Retirement Community for reluctant resident, Josephine Bartlett. But when Brookside turns out to be a setting for art theft, dodgy dealings, and naked poker it becomes vastly more interesting. Josephine investigates the unusual goings on with friend and handwriting expert, Lill Fitzel. And the two befriend a young woman Josephine tries to prevent from making the same mistakes she has made.

The Wishing Well by Avril Borthiry

Historical Romance, 4.9 stars, 34 reviews

If you could change something in your past – an event that altered the path of your life – would you? Two tragic tales of love, a generation apart, intertwine in this spell-binding and mysterious story of second chances. The lives of those involved have been profoundly affected by a single event in the past. A brief moment in time that, if changed, will right so many wrongs. Can an enigmatic stranger and an ancient, pagan well offer a solution? Is it truly possible to turn back time and alter the future? It seems unlikely, though the power of the well is undoubtedly great. Ah, but there is another, far greater power at work in the world. Of all the forces under Heaven, love is the most powerful. It changes everything.

Spike the Dinosaur: Fun Short Stories and Jokes for Kids by Uncle Amon

Children’s eBooks, 4.4 stars, 230 reviews

Are you looking for a children’s book that is highly entertaining, great for beginning readers, and is jam-packed with stories, jokes, and more?

Follow the adventures of Spike the Dinosaur! This is an excellent read for early and beginning readers. Each story is full of adventure and excitement with cute and bright illustrations for younger readers.

The Emperor’s Edge Collection by Lindsay Buroker

Science Fiction & Fantasy, 4.6 stars, 623 reviews

An enforcer wanted dead for crimes she didn’t commit…
An assassin wanted dead for crimes he did commit…

Normally, they would be enemies, but they both seek the same thing: exoneration.

Unfortunately, a nefarious underground organization is attempting to kill the one man who could grant it to them, the emperor. If they want to win their freedom, they’ll have to battle powerful wizards, outscheme master schemers, and defeat bloodthirsty monsters, all while dodging friendly fire and evading the law. Exoneration isn’t easy.

2 Responses to “10 Free Kindle eBooks and Kindle Deals – 9/15”

  1. The link to free Amazon besellers links to bestsellers you have to pay for.

    • It appears to be some quirk with Amazon’s mobile website. When viewing the desktop version of Amazon’s site it shows the free ones but when viewing from a mobile device it defaults to the paid list.