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.
I have decided to list books for no more than one day to avoid cluttering up the posts, unless there is some reason I think the book deserves extra attention.I have also decided to consolidate to a single post, instead of sometimes splitting them up by subject matter.
From the top 100 free list
The Watcher: A Jack the Ripper Mystery
In 1888, two brothers, Jack, a criminal recluse, and John, a society gentleman, live in opposite ends of Victorian London. When John falls in love, unspoken bonds are tested, unwittingly exposing secrets guarded since his childhood.
Horrified by links to London's underworld, and appalled by the extent of his brother's jealousy, John soon realises that these secrets not only affect his past, but also threaten to affect his future.
The Watcher is constructed around facts of the Jack the Ripper case, incorporating popular myths and theories. Through fiction, it examines the Jack the Ripper murders in a way that has never before been explored.
Why did Jack the Ripper commit such terrible crimes? What might have made him into such a monster? Why did the murders start then just as swiftly end?
Natural Remedies for the Fall: Preparing for Cold & Flu Season
Natural Remedies for the Fall: Preparing for the Cold and Flu Season is a 56 page book filled with information on using herbs, essential oils and nutrients to help you prepare for the cold and flu season – naturally!
This eBook, written by herbalist Elaine Sheff, is full of information on natural remedies to enhance immune function, support the respiratory system, and fight off a cold or flu. Learn about proven antimicrobial and antiviral herbs and essential oils. The second half of the book is filled with simple recipes you can make at home.
Use these formulas to stock your natural medicine chest with everything you and your family will need to stay healthy this fall and winter!
[#71 - just 3 reviews - all 5-star. I am not a huge fan of such things but you never kn ow what you might find.]
The Lance (The PROJECT: Book Two 2)
Book Two in the PROJECT Series
In the frozen wastes of Antarctica the Lance, an ancient weapon of unthinkable power--
once lost and legendary--has been recovered. In the terrorized streets of Jerusalem,
devastation is unleashed upon the eve of international peace.
In the halls of power of Washington, D.C. a desperate plot set in motion during the
final days of World War II has begun to unfold. Now Nick Carter and his team of
deep black operatives from the PROJECT must race against time to prevent the next
World War...but first they must first stop those who already wield the Lance...
An Amazon Best Seller.
[#91 - its been free before. I have not read it though.]
Free From Stackpole.
Stackpole puts a book or two up for free periodically. I have read several of their free books. Some interesting stuff. Most of what I have seen is WWII German military history, with varying quality of translation, some other military history from lesser known units, along with some fishing and other outdoors oriented books.
Armored Thunderbolt: The U.S. Army Sherman in World War II
* Hundreds of photos, including many never published before
* Riveting accounts of armored warfare in World War II
* Compares the Sherman to other tanks, including the Panther and Tiger
* Author is a world-renowned expert on the Sherman tank and American armor
Some tank crews referred to the American M4 Sherman tank as a "death trap." Others, like Gen. George Patton, believed that the Sherman helped win World War II. So which was it: death trap or war winner? Armor expert Steven Zaloga answers that question by recounting the Sherman's combat history. Focusing on Northwest Europe (but also including a chapter on the Pacific), Zaloga follows the Sherman into action on D-Day, among the Normandy hedgerows, during Patton's race across France, in the great tank battle at Arracourt in September 1944, at the Battle of the Bulge, across the Rhine, and in the Ruhr pocket in 1945.