It’s time for another roundup of ten free highly-rated Kindle ebooks for the holiday weekend.
Amazon also has some Kindle ebooks on sale for their main Deal of the Day, and you can get a refurbished Kindle for as low as $59.
Please note the free Kindle books listed below are free as of July 4th, 2021. Most of these titles are free for a limited time only and will expire in the next few days or hours 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
A Murder of Crows by Tom Lowe
Mystery/Thriller, 4.5 stars, 533 reviews
When Joe Billie stops a grave robber from unearthing a Seminole Indian burial site, Joe becomes the prime suspect in a bizarre murder. As Joe faces first-degree murder charges, Sean O’Brien thinks he knows why his old friend is evasive – but proving it will send O’Brien deep into the Everglades and the Seminole Reservation where he teams with a beautiful detective to help uncover a killer hell-bent on creating a modern-day Trail of Tears.
Partners in Crime by Elise Sax
Mystery Romance, 4.3 stars, 98 reviews
It’s tough out there for a super spy who needs to save the world on the reg. In the first book of the Partners in Crime Thrillers, Peter Bolton is a spy, but he’s up for a career change. He makes Jack Reacher look like an amateur, and he’s saved the world more times than James Bond. But now Peter is ready to retire and live a normal life without underworld figures trying to kill him every day and without a cyanide capsule in his molar in case he gets caught…
Just Folking Around (Good Folk: Modern Folktales) by Penny Reid
Romance, 4.7 stars, 246 reviews
Raquel Ezra loves to fish. With so many fish in the sea, she’s never had a problem baiting the hook or reeling them in. Raquel is a good actress, she can be anyone’s fantasy for a single night as long as they agree to be hers. Which is why she doesn’t think twice about spending an evening in nowhere Tennessee with a smokin’ hot, well-mannered, and intriguing sheriff’s deputy by the name of Jackson James…
Death’s Detective: The Malykant Mysteries by Charlotte E. English
Dark Fantasy Horror, 4.3 stars, 141 reviews
There’s a realm. Wreathed in ice and snow, drowning in the dark, Assevan needs a different kind of hero. There’s a god. Merciless and cold, and quick to anger, the Lord of the Dead insists upon one thing only: vengeance for a murdered soul. And there’s a man. A ruthless killer, Konrad is detective, judge and executioner in one. Dauntless, relentless, monstrous, he stands alone against the dark. Meet the Malykant. Justice will be served.
Muted (The Dimity Horse Mysteries Book 1) by Leanne Owens
Mystery, 4.8 stars, 271 reviews
Outback horseman Lane Dimity is one of the most powerful social media personalities on the planet. Although unable to speak since the tragedy that took place on his eighth birthday, his words reach out across the world, changing lives. When he learns that more than a thousand stallions have been bred by the U.S. pharmaceutical company, The heir to Pilatos, Karen Lawford, will do everything in her power to stop him. Pilatos has gambled its future on the revolutionary drug, and the genetically unique stallions are needed to produce it…and there are no limits to what Pilatos will do to ensure Lane doesn’t interfere…
Between Mountain and Sea: Paradisi Chronicles by Louisa Locke
Science Fiction, 4.3 stars, 381 reviews
Mei Lin Yu should have been looking forward to the next stage in her life. As a descendant of one of the Founding Families who led the exodus from a dying Earth and now rule New Eden, Mei’s choices are endless. But she has never felt part of the Yu Family or the world of technological marvels and genetic perfection the Founders created. All that will change the summer she spends at Mynyddamore, the home her ancestor Mabel Yu built in western Caelestis…
Wired In: Vigilante Justice Thriller Series by Toby Neal
Crime Thriller, 4.6 stars, 1277 reviews
Special Agent Sophie Ang tackles a kidnapping case, and in tracking the criminal ring, her rogue data analysis program D.A.V.I.D. identifies an anomaly that leads her into a cat-and-mouse game online with a deadly enemy whose motives are unclear. The chase lures her through dark corridors of cyberspace into a confrontation with the violence from her past that sent her fleeing to the United States. She’ll need every skill she’s learned to defeat her worst nightmare—and the stakes couldn’t be higher.
Ink Witch: An Egyptian Mythology Urban Fantasy by Lindsey Sparks
Fantasy, 4.4 stars, 321 reviews
Immortal Kat Dubois has traded in her sword for a flask. Hard drinking helps ease the grisly memories of her former trade: an assassin of immortals. She’s perfectly content to spend eternity in her Seattle tattoo parlor…until the mysterious disappearance of her brother finally brings her out of retirement. With a charmed deck of tarot cards and her trusty sword, Kat sets off to track down her brother and save his soul…
A Flytrap Fiasco by P.A. Mason
Cozy Mystery, 4.4 stars, 99 reviews
Maybe moving out west from Arkansas wasn’t the best move. But before everything went south, I had a lot of fun tending my magical plants and catching some waves in my spare time. I never imagined things could go so wrong. Or that I’d find myself caught up in a mystery where everyone was a suspect. Now I don’t think of myself as an amateur sleuth, but there was no getting around the fact that I had skin in the game…
The First Time I Died by Jo Macgregor
Suspense/Mystery, 4.6 stars, 308 reviews
The first time I died, I didn’t come back alone. When Garnet McGee returns to her small Vermont hometown for the holidays, she vows to solve the mystery of the murder which shattered her life ten years ago. Then she dies. After she’s resuscitated, she starts hearing voices, seeing visions and experiencing strange sensations. Are these merely symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and an over-active imagination, or is she getting messages from a paranormal presence?