Most times these books are only free for a day or two, so you have to grab them while you can. Worry about whether you really want to read it later if it seems interesting. And be careful, they can change from free to not free at any time.
From the top 100 free list
As is typical, there are several religious and recipe books on the list today. I don't call them out because they don't interest me. Click on the link above and search through the Free List Tab if you are interested in such books.
Enemy in Blue: The Chase (Book #1) (The Cruz Marquez Thrillers)
YOU KNOW WHO YOUR ENEMY IS?
The streets aren't safe when your enemy wears a blue uniform and a gold badge.
What if the good guys weren't good?
What if a cop went rogue and killed an innocent man?
What if it was all caught on video and the cop would do anything to cover it up?
Chase this lawless cop through the streets and to a scintillating series of showdowns with Cruz Marquez, a young attorney trying to nail down his enemy in blue.
Will justice be served?
[#6. My guess is the police groupies won't like this one, thus at least some of the negative reviews.]
[#32. 34th day. Zombies! Was also free back in March. Lots of good reviews. I have not looked at it.]
Slow Boat To Purgatory, Book One
Praise for the first installment of this epic series:
"Vernon Baker lands a K.O. on his first try. Slow Boat will answer questions you didn't know you had about Angels and Demons, Heaven and Hell and the realm of the Boatman in between." David Beem, Author of Abyss of Chaos
"The series has a lot of potential and I can see it becoming a hit with fans of Dan Brown.." Book Monster Reviews
"It takes a very brave - some might say reckless - novelist to attempt a story of such magnitude as this - giving life to Good and Evil in an eternal battle for our souls. Vernon Baker has done quite an impressive job at it in this riveting epic tale spanning almost a thousand years." Pete Morin, author of Diary of a Small Fish
Slow Boat To Purgatory...
Gaspar De Rouse, a Templar Knight, a man murdered by his brothers for the secret he possessed, resurrected and made immortal. Given a second chance at redemption he has walked the earth for over seven-hundred years.
Dominicus Bureau, a renegade priest, torn between his vows and the secret he pursues, a secret protected by an immortal. He carries a silenced pistol and uses it. Often.
Alex Donovan, a modern day warrior thrust into an ages old war, a war between good and evil, heaven and hell. Armed with an ancient chronicle of the life of Gaspar, Alex searches for the immortal and perhaps his own destiny.
All three men, passengers on a Slow Boat To Purgatory.
[#34. Good premise.]
The Inspirational Life Story of Genius Albert Einstein (Einstein: His Life and Universe)
Discover The Inspirational Life Story Of Genius Albert Einstein!
Today only, get this Amazon bestseller for just $2.99. Regularly priced at $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device.
You're about to discover the incredibly inspirational story of genius Albert Einstein. Einstein is no doubt one of the greatest minds of all time. This book will take you into the mind of Albert Einstein and help you understand how he was able to become what many people herald as a "genius". You'll learn about his struggles and failures, along with his successes and victories. Once you read this book, you will have a deeper level of respect and appreciation for what this man has contributed to the world!
Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...
About Albert Einstein
Early Stage Of Childhood
Einstein's Humble Beginnings
The Rises And Challenges Of Albert Einstein
The Final Years Of Albert Einstein
Strange Facts about Einstein
Einstein’s Wife Controversy
Einstein’s Religious Views
Much, much more!
Download your copy today!
If you want to learn more about Albert Einstein, then this book is for you. It will reveal to you many things that you did not know about this incredible human being!
[#42. The 2 star review says A very quick read. The writing quality was a little difficult to get past but the content was still interesting.]
IMPOSTER: The Protectors Series - Book One
[#92. 11th day. Was free last month as well. I have not looked at it. Seems pretty far fetched. Might be more of a romance than a thriller. It is about impossible to make those two things work together.]
Not on the top 100 free list
Free From Stackpole.
Stackpole seems to put a book or two up for free periodically. Mostly military history from lesser known authors, often translated from the native language. I ran across these free books of interest from the Stackpole link I created. Some do not appear to be Stackpole books, others were somehow tied to the books the link uncovered. You just never know what you might find some days.
The Handgun Encyclopedia is the world’s number #1 source for handgun information. The text covers the evolution of pistols and revolvers from the matchlock to the latest automatic. The book has more than 800 illustrations and over 500 pages of in-depth material that any gun enthusiast will love.
Whether you want to know more about the early single trigger German Wheelock, or would like to delve into the world of Colt handguns, this incredible encyclopedia has you covered.
[A single 5-star review.]
The Face of Courage: The 98 Men Who Received the Knight's Cross and the Close-Combat Clasp in Gold (Stackpole Military History Series)
Profiles of the 98 German soldiers--out of millions--who received both the Knight's Cross (for extreme bravery) and the Close-Combat Clasp in Gold (for at least 50 days of hand-to-hand fighting) during World War II
Includes soldiers from the Army, Luftwaffe, and Waffen SS
Definitive reference with exciting narrative and exhaustive footnotes
Packed with hundreds of photos, many of them not available elsewhere
From basic disassembly and maintenance to more complex repair and customization techniques, weapons expert B. Smith explains in clear text and detailed photos how to get the very most out of your pistol or revolver. Whether you're wondering how to mount a front or rear sight, replace a cylinder, give your gun a thorough cleaning or perform any one of a hundred other essential procedures, you'll find it in this latest edition of The Gunsmith Handbook.
The book also contains several illustrations that will be sure to guide you in the most complex of situations
[No reviews yet.]
As the famous Colt revolver is to the United States of America, so is the Webley to the British Commonwealth, where weapons bearing their name have been used by British, Dominion and Foreign troops in wars waged in every part of the globe. With few exceptions, the weapons under review are prized specimens in my arms collection, which has been built up during the last forty years.
The Webley brand was established to give the British service the ability to control the battlefield at close range, and it did exactly that.
[No reviews yet.]