Here are your quick picks of selected Kindle books. All six of these are free today!
Menthol Kisses, by Abby Stewart.
Here's a coming-of-age novella that's being offered free today! It's Abby's debut novel.
"I really enjoyed this book, and found that I was really willing Logan to find a way to make her life better. She was an interesting character that really got to experience the worst of life.
"Whilst the subject matter is quite dark, ultimately I found that this was a story about development, coming of age, and hope.
"I had read the review about the couple of errors and I noticed them, but it doesn't in anyway detract from the quality of the story and the well constructed characters.
"I will be interested to read a full length novel from this talented writer to see how her realistic and gritty style translate into a story twice as long." -- Michelle Muckley
171 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 7 reviews, and free today.
The Past Never Ends, by Jackson Burnett.
Here's a highly-rated free book in one of my favorite genres: legal mysteries!
"Don't miss this gripping David vs. Goliath mystery veiled in Oklahoma history. Jackson Burnett knows how to tell a story.
"Chester Morgan, a lawyer, takes care of the "little people." He does it with grace, integrity, charm, and humor. Chester tries to empower the powerless and it's that character trait that pulls him into an unexpected mystery and into an unexpected world of strippers and oilmen.
"With a poet's eye for beauty and meaning, Jackson Burnett takes the reader into a different sort of world. Tense, suspenseful, and fun." -- Paula Alfred
267 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 13 reviews, and free today.
Weirder Than Marshmallows Book of Essays, by Dan Fogg.
This is a collection of short essays, taken from a young man's observations of life. His perspective - from his wheelchair - will have you smiling as he comments dryly, sometimes wickedly, on the oddities and foibles of our daily lives.
"Weirder Than Marshmallows is a collection of short essays based on the musings, and humorous observations of the author. I laughed out loud when I read the section of the book entitled, "En Masse." It talks about how one person after another can repeat the same mistake, such as a spelling error.
"When I think of this book, I think of one word - irreverent. Dan Fogg uses his unique sense of humor to poke fun at the things that some ignore, and others are appalled by." -- S. Sparks
89 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 13 reviews, and free today.
Hunted (Eddie Malloy Series), by Richard Pitman.
Get into the Eddie Malloy mystery series, with this free book! This book is written by two professionals in the horse-racing biz, and their expertise in the subject area adds to the appeal of this novel.
"I haven't read the first in the series, but you don't have to in order to enjoy Hunted. I'm going to go back and pick it up though. I liked the story that much.
"The characters were good. The mystery made sense without being too obvious. The writing was smooth and professional. It's what I look for in a mystery. It's definitely worth a read if you're looking for a new mystery series." -- Karen Lawler
396 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 3 reviews, and free today.
The Covert Element - A James Becker Thriller (James "Beck" Becker Suspense/Thriller Series), by John L. Betcher.
Here's an intelligent thriller - it's the third in the "Becker" suspense series. It can be read as a stand-alone book - but after enjoying you may want to check out the rest of the series!
"John Becker, his wife Beth, his friend Bull, and even Becker's law-enforcement counterpart Gunner have all returned in a new novel, and they are better than ever.
"It opens with a mass-murder and fire in what appears to be a just opening Meth-lab ... and the excitement takes off from there.
"I always appreciate the important role Beth, whom Becker affectionately refers to as a "computer goddess" plays in all of his novels, and while he attempts to keep her out of the fray, she ends up filling a critical role as the danger escalates.
"If you haven't read the earlier James Becker novels, don't worry, this one stands on its own - but once you read it, you might want to go back and try some of his earlier writings." -- Roberta Karchner.
274 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 28 reviews, and free today.
The Newts, by Matt Valenti.
A satire written with dry wit, this novella is a quick read and free today.
"No politician is left unscathed and no party is immune to the scandal-related barbs that litter this book. If you don't like politics, you will love this story. If you do follow politics, then this book will be absolutely HILARIOUS to you! As for me, I'll be watching and waiting to read something else by this author. " -- Carolyn Evans-Dean
129 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 4 reviews, and free today.
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