| The Ghost of Christmas Past|
by Angie Fox
$0.00, 132 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (407 reviews), #3 in General Humorous Fiction
From NY Times Bestselling Author, Angie Fox, a hauntingly fun holiday addition to the USA TODAY bestselling Southern Ghost Hunter series
Southern girl Verity Long needs a Christmas miracle...
Verity is ready to deck the halls, jingle some bells, and maybe, just maybe have a merry Christmas with her boyfriend’s stuffy family. Truly, if she doesn’t extend the proverbial olive branch to the overbearing Wydells, she’s afraid she’ll hit them over the head with it.
But when her boyfriend’s mother pulls a shocking stunt, Verity finds herself with a big decision to make. And if that’s not enough, there’s an unexpected guest at her door. It’s the ghost of the woman who helped rescue Verity’s pet skunk three years ago that very night. And now she’s there to change Verity’s life as well.
*A "between the books" holiday story you don't want to miss!
Rating: Clean and Wholesome
Paranormal Cozy Mystery Romance
| Four Warned: A Cozy Mystery (Teas and Temptations Book 4)|
by Cindy Stark
$0.00, 146 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (30 reviews), #1,173 in Witch & Wizard Mysteries
Only the good die young, and the priest is getting old.Hazel’s not happy when she’s forced to join the church’s annual chowder cook-off. But rumors of witches living in town are circulating, and the best place to hide is right under the witch-haters’ noses. At least until the priest ends up dead, and she’s on the suspect list.
She would love it if Peter could save her, but someone else will have to investigate this time. She hopes they don’t dig deep enough to find the cauldron in the cupboard. She’ll have to avoid balloons filled with holy water and work with some shifty witches if she’s going to discover the real killer and clear her good name.
Four Warned is the fourth book in the Teas and Temptations Cozy Mystery series. If you like lighthearted paranormal mysteries with a fun romance like those written by Amanda M. Lee and Leighann Dobbs, then you’ll love Cindy Stark’s mystical adventures!
Get your copy of Four Warned today!
| Game of Bones: A Cozy Witch Mystery (Magic Market Mysteries Book 3)|
by Erin Johnson
$0.00, 230 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (56 reviews), #37 in Cozy Animal Mystery
A murder at a costume party. A boat full of suspects. What will she do when a body drops and the masks stay up?
Pet psychic Jolene could use a break from hiding her flawed powers. So when her cop crush and his lie-detecting dog invite her to a masked Policeman’s Ball on a boat, she dives in head-first. But the problems from her past return when the officer of the year turns up dead.
Working to lay bare the murderer, Jolene discovers both the man who broke her heart and the woman who cursed her are onboard… and engaged to be married. But her troubled history threatens to blow her cover as she combs through a conga line of potential culprits — including the ghost of a deceased sea captain.
Can Jolene expose the cop’s killer when she’s still under a crippling curse?
Game of Bones is the third book in the playful Magic Market paranormal cozy mystery series. If you like charming characters, surprising twists and turns, and enchanting seaside settings, then you’ll love Erin Johnson’s mystical tale.
Buy Game of Bones to pull back a villain’s veil today!
"...this series has quickly became a favorite. Wonderful story line with complex, real, magical characters." ★★★★★ from Denise
"You won’t regret purchasing this book, it’s s a fantastic sleuth of an adventure with Jolene, Peter and Daisy dog!" ★★★★★ from shell
"Fast-paced as ever, full of humor and very entertaining." ★★★★★ from Nadine
| Late For Shuffleboard (The Way Over The Hill Gang Book 3)|
by M K Scott
$0.00, 208 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (26 reviews), #16 in Women Sleuths
The senior sleuths are hot on the trail of a veteran’s murderer and a missing dog in a cold case that’s raising eyebrows and causing a stir in their tightknit community.
The clock is ticking. Only a few short days before the victim’s home is razed and all the potential evidence is wiped clean.
With new complications at every turn, the Senior Sleuths feel the heat as the impossible deadline approaches.
Can they close this case before the truth is buried for good?
| The Forever Team (A Laci Jolett Mystery Book 1)|
by Suzie Ivy
$0.00, 63 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (102 reviews), #3 in 90-Minute Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Short Reads
Meet Laci Jollett, a disgruntled detective without a partner.
When Laci’s supervisor pairs her with K9 Suii, short for Suicide, she must navigate an unfamiliar set of rules and hopefully find a new human partner quickly.
Soon, Laci discovers there is more to Suii than she realized. As Laci uncovers the secrets in her K9’s past service, her Forever Partner shows Laci the true meaning of loyalty.
This is a heartwarming story about friendship and loyalty. Parts of it may or may not be true.
| White Lily and a Fatal Chili (Fern Grove Cozy Mystery Book 3)|
by Abby Reede
$0.00, 104 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (36 reviews), #1 in Gardening & Horticulture Orchids
A murder at a restaurant launch. An accused suspect claiming his innocence. Can a small town florist piece together the clues that will solve this murder mystery?
Helping her aunt grow her floristry business has given a new purpose to Tracy’s life. She’s delighted to be introduced to a young entrepreneur who plans to open the trendiest restaurant in the Pacific Northwest. The addition of her lily arrangement transforms a dull-looking room into a swanky functional space that has everyone responding in awe and admiration.
On the opening night of the restaurant, things take a sour turn when the jovial atmosphere is ruined by a rival restaurateur. Things go from bad to worse when the spouse of this rival is found dead.
Did something the deceased ate at the restaurant cause their death or something else?
The police arrest the young owner of the restaurant and make him their number one suspect. The rumor mill in Fern Grove is buzzing as the cause of the murder is discussed in every nook and corner in town.
Tracy is filled with pity and sadness as she watches this young man transform from a confident and passionate individual to a broken and bitter one.
Tracy knows how it feels to be wrongfully accused. The public court of opinion can be unforgiving in its verdict… even when the facts don’t add up. Can Tracy piece together clues that will reveal the truth and set this person free?
If you want to enjoy a light-hearted read, with an amateur female sleuth and a gripping murder mystery with a touch of romance, then you'll love Tracy Adams and all the friendly and not-so-friendly characters in Fern Grove.
No cliffhanger, swearing or graphic scenes!
Buy White Lily and a Fatal Chili to discover how events unfold in this cozy murder mystery.
| Deadly Thanksgiving Sampler: a Danger Cove Quilting Mystery (Danger Cove Mysteries Book 21)|
by Gin Jones
$0.00, 187 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (27 reviews), #7 in Cozy Crafts & Hobbies Mystery
From USA Today bestselling authors Gin Jones and Elizabeth Ashby comes a fall fiasco of epic proportions!
Quilt appraiser Keely Fairchild just wants to have a quiet little Thanksgiving dinner at home with her boyfriend, but as the guest list grows, so do the distractions from meal preparations. First she gets dragged into investigating the theft of miniature quilts that were supposed to be featured in the guild's entry in the Danger Cove Thanksgiving parade, and then she stumbles onto a bigger mystery: who killed a local quilter and what did her death have to do with a sampler quilt she'd made to depict her life's story?
Keely struggles to figure out which elements of the quilt are clues and which are red herrings, and uncovers that the dead quilter and her mechanic husband may not have been as innocent as they seemed. Did the husband kill his quilting wife, or could it have had something to do with a stalker, an angry customer, or even a best friend who might actually be a frenemy?
If Keely can't figure it out, her life—and death—may end up depicted in her own DEADLY THANKSGIVING SAMPLER.
"Cozy mystery readers will enjoy this book. It's filled with lots of twist and turns. This is the perfect break from Thanksgiving and Christmas planning that you have been looking for!"
~ Night Owl Reviews
The Danger Cove books:
Secret of the Painted Lady (book #1)
Murder & Mai Tais (book#2)
Death by Scones (book #3)
Patchwork of Death (book #4)
Deadly Dye & a Soy Chai (book #5)
Killer Clue at the Ocean View (book #6)
A Christmas Quilt to Die For (book #7)
A Killing in the Market (short story in the "Killer Beach Reads" collection)
Killer Colada (book #8)
Passion, Poison & Puppy Dogs (book #9)
A Novel Death (book #10)
Clues in Calico (book #11)
Sinister Snickerdoodles (book #12)
Hurricanes & Heroes (book #13)
A Death in the Flower Garden (book #14)
Divas, Diamonds & Death (book #15)
A Slaying in the Orchard (book #16)
A Secret in the Pumpkin Patch (book #17)
Deadly Dirty Martinis (book #18)
A Poison Manicure & Peach Liqueur (book #19)
Not-So-Bright Hopes (short story in the "Pushing Up Daisies" collection)
Tequila Trouble (book #20)
Deadly Thanksgiving Sampler (book #21)
Killer Eyeshadow & a Cold Espresso (book #22)
Two Sleuths Are Better Than One (book #23)
Dark Rum Revenge (book #24)
Cozy Room With a Killer View (book #25)
Rating: This book does not contain any graphic sex, violence or swearing. It's rating is similar to a PG-13 movie or network television show.
| Cherry Pie Or Die (Baker Street Cozy Mysteries Book 1)|
by CeeCee James
$0.00, 252 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (249 reviews), #2 in Cozy Crafts & Hobbies Mystery
A traumatic life event sends Georgie Tanner back to her hometown to start over at thirty-one-years-old and a certified hot mess. Gainesville, Pennsylvania is as American as apple pie, steeped in rich Revolutionary history, Amish settlements, ghost stories, and colonial manors, and Georgie’s new job as a historical tour guide gives her a safe, no pressure place to begin again. Nothing could go wrong in such a sleepy, picturesque little town, right?
Her first guided tour of the Three Maidens’ Manor battle site and museum proves her deathly wrong. When the power goes out mid-commentary, she has enough to handle keeping everyone calm. Until the power returns and she discovers she now has not only six panicked guests, but a mysterious dead guy to deal with.
Which one of them committed murder? And, more importantly, why is she the next target?
This small town mystery series is also available in large print paperback.
| Chai, Chai Again (A Pebble Cove Teahouse Mystery Book 4)|
by Eryn Scott
$0.00, 210 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (18 reviews), #46 in Cozy Animal Mystery
Pebble Cove is known for giving tourists the cold shoulder, but a frozen body is something new.
The people of Pebble Cove are thrown into a forced hibernation when the worst snowstorm in a decade hits the Oregon Coast. They expect to find damages once the snow thaws, but a frozen body down by the pier comes as a terrible surprise.
Rosemary is keeping warm with an abundance of chai tea, wooly sweaters, and further research into Asher's past. But when a second body is found, she can't deny the chilling thoughts that the two deaths might be connected. Or that this might not be the end.
Readers, this is the fourth book in a new cozy mystery series by Eryn Scott. These books are all clean with no gore and no swearing. Starting from the beginning with this series will provide the best reading experience. The ghosts are the only paranormal aspect in the series. And there are definitely cats because ... well, there has to be. :)
| Kittyzen's Arrest: Cozy Mystery (Country Cottage Mysteries Book 1)|
by Addison Moore
$0.00, 215 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (203 reviews), #3 in Cozy Crafts & Hobbies Mystery
An innkeeper who reads minds. An ornery detective. And a trail of bodies. Cider Cove is the premiere destination for murder.
***Kittyzen's Arrest is a USA TODAY bestselling novel!***
My name is Bizzy Baker, and I can read minds—not every mind, not every time but most of the time, and believe me when I say it’s not all it’s cracked up to be.
Bizzy Baker runs the Country Cottage Inn, has the ability to pry into the darkest recesses of both the human and animal mind, and has just stumbled upon a body. With the help of her kitten, Fish, a mutt named Sherlock Bones and an ornery yet dangerously good looking homicide detective, Bizzy is determined to find the killer.
*Cider Cove, Maine is the premiere destination for fun and relaxation. But when a body turns up, it’s the premiere destination for murder.
The Country Cottage Inn is known for its hospitality. Leaving can be murder.
A laugh out loud cozy mystery by New York Times Bestseller Addison Moore and her partner in cozy crime, USA TODAY bestselling author Bellamy Bloom.
| The Secret Adversary|
by Agatha Christie
$0.00, 343 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (1,792 reviews), #10,608 in Private Investigator Mysteries
The Great War is over, and jobs are scarce. Tommy Beresford and Prudence "Tuppence" Cowley meet and agree to start their own business as The Young Adventurers. They are hired for a job that leads them both to many dangerous situations, meeting allies as well, including an American millionaire in search of his cousin...
| TROUBLE AT THE KENNEL: A Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery (Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery Series Book 9)|
by Dianne Harman
$0.00, 146 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (220 reviews), #34 in Pet Dogs
What would you do if you were boarding your champion Yorkshire Terrier at a kennel and she became pregnant by who knows what dog?
Returning from Cuba, Sheriff Mike and Kelly get a call informing them that the owner of Doggie Love Kennel, where they had boarded their dogs, has been murdered. To make matters worse, all of the dogs in the kennel, including Rebel and Lady, have been released and are running loose in the surrounding area.
Will Mike and Kelly find the killer before the killer comes after them? And what about the puppy named Skyy? Mike was set on just two dogs, but can she worm her way into his heart?
This is the ninth book in the popular Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery Series by a USA Today Bestselling Author.
Plenty of dogs, food, and mouth-watering recipes.
| The Untimely Death of Ivy Tucker (The Kate Nash Mysteries Book 3)|
by Susan Keene
$0.00, 285 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #170 in Cozy Mystery
Kate put her hands on her hips in exasperation. “Roger, I don’t know what else to tell you. I opened the door to pick up the Sunday paper and her body fell inside.”
The Tucker family planned the perfect vacation. They wanted to sail down the Sea of California, around the Baja, to the Sea of Cortez and explore the Mexican mainland. They were never seen alive again and the boat was never found.
How does Ivy Tucker end up dead on Kate Nash’s front porch ten years after the family was presumed lost at sea? Did anyone else survive the tragedy?
Kate Nash will not rest until she finds an answer. What is so important someone would rather kill Kate and her friends than have them learn the truth?
Don’t miss the adventure. Reserve your copy today.
| Christmas Cupcakes and a Caper: A Humorous Culinary Cozy Mystery Short Read (Death by Cupcake Book 4)|
by D.E. Haggerty
$0.00, 107 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (38 reviews), #1 in Amateur Sleuth Mysteries
It's all candy cane cupcakes and peppermint coffee until you find a dead elf on your doorstep.
Only the elf wasn't a real elf, because elves don't actually exist - not even at Christmas time. A college student dressed like an elf decided taking a nap in sub-zero winter temps was a good idea. It wasn't. Anna, the pink-haired baker extraordinaire of Callie's Cakes, is convinced the student's death was not an accident. She drags Callie and Kristie along with her as she attempts to discover who killed the elf ... um... student.
Will the gals of Callie's Cakes find the killer before Christmas is ruined?
Hit BUY NOW to find out.
Cupcakes not included, although you'll find recipes for all the delicious Christmas cupcakes Anna baked.
Each book in the Death by Cupcake series can be read as a standalone, although they're way more fun if read in order.
| Trouble Up Finny's Nose (Christian Cozy Mystery)|
by Dana Mentink
$0.00, 256 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (36 reviews), #30 in Christian Suspense
Two shocking discoveries – her dead husband’s secret novel and a body in Finny’s town square fountain nearly push Ruth to the edge of her sanity. The final kicker comes when her hairdresser goes on vacation to Fiji, leaving Ruth to look like Dickens’ Miss Havisham. A crazy kaleidoscope of characters such as the uptight gallery owner, Napoleon Prinn; half-baked Dimple Dent, writer of fortune-cookie wisdom; Alva Hernandez, octogenarian newspaper boy; and Monk, the amorous town caterer, add to the chaos in the shadow of Finny’s nose until Ruth finds herself in the ultimate do or die situation.
| Deception: A Heist Thriller Love Triangle|
by Dan Lawton
$0.00, 266 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #23 in Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Literary Fiction
A heist goes bad when greed, a love triangle, and ulterior motives take over.
Billy is a local cop, the son of the former Sheriff who was gunned down in cold blood. Billy has made it his mission to find out why. Joining forces with Alicia—a mysterious, benevolent, and beautiful Cuban immigrant—and his well-meaning but mentally unstable brother, they seek vengeance and fortune.
George is recruited against his will and forced to help the trio with the promise of the life he’s always wanted on the other side. But when Alicia tears he and Billy into a boiling love triangle, real motivations are exposed.
With tensions mounting and the danger intensifying, the group must decide what’s more important: money, family, or love. The problem is, each one of them has a different answer. And not everyone is guaranteed to make it out alive.
Who will? Or worse, who won’t?
| UNDERCOVER TRUCKER (AN AMERICAN MYSTERY)|
by Lance Majestik
$0.00, 89 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #3 in Two-Hour Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Short Reads
Benton Marcotte is a man of many talents but with an aversion to commitment. At age 33 he's a duly qualified CPA and lawyer in New York State but for the past two years he's worked as a long-haul truck driver. The poor kid hasn't yet found a career he enjoys. Benton accepts a temporary job at his uncle's kitty litter factory in Wellsville, New York to work undercover as the company's truck driver while he tries to figure out why the plant is losing money each year. Perhaps Benton can finally put his extensive education to good use. Who knows? Maybe he'll even meet a fantastic girl in the process.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Lance Majestik is a pen name of a retired Canadian lawyer who has written more than 75 novels. That mystery author decided to write a few shorter books under the pen name Lance Majestik.
| A Rather Idle Evil (The Post-Pandemic Mysteries Book 2)|
by James Fields
$0.00, 125 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #93 in General Humorous Fiction
Over 300 million Americans were told to shelter-in-place during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, two years later, there are still a million “coronavirus campers” that have never left their homes. When one of the campers is found dead, the extensive online camper community points Detective Barbary right to the killer. The problem is that their suspect lives 800 miles away and hasn’t left his house since 2020. It’s a good thing that Detective Barbary has the police department’s newest consultant to help her solve the case: he whose moustache has camped upon his upper lip for decades and refuses to leave…the one and only Nightingale.
| A Backyard Farming Mystery Bookset: Books 1-3|
by Vikki Walton
$0.00, 576 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #3,829 in Christian Suspense
Books 1-3 of the Backyard Farming Mystery Series by author Vikki Walton now available as a boxed set!
| Dingebury Town Mysteries: Cooper's Revenge|
by Lee Marsh
$0.00, 133 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #33 in Private Investigator Mysteries
Martha Holly thought she was going to start a lovely new hobby when she joined the new Dingebury Art Club, but things didn’t go to plan when she attended her first art class. Falling into a huge hole whilst trying to take a photograph of the local church Martha discovers the body of a man in the hole with her. George Boxwell the art teacher and Cooper the dead man’s dog both join Martha to discover if foul play is involved and if so why.
| Murder Comes to Town (Digger's Cove Mystery Book 1)|
by W.H. Beswick
$0.00, 195 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #234 in Women Sleuths
Digger’s Cove, Oregon, is not only off the beaten path but seems to be caught in a different age. It is a quiet town which suits reluctant Sheriff Abby Anderson - that is, until Jimmy Evans got himself shot on his way back into town. Jimmy was not well-liked. Everyone in town is a suspect. The state police dump the murder Abby’s lap because she knows the town. Things get complicated when a lover comes home. Abby has no choice but to solve the murder while trying to figure the rest of her life.
| Ten Years Gone (Adam Lapid Mysteries Book 1)|
by Jonathan Dunsky
$0.00, 358 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (824 reviews), #2 in Jewish Literature
On the dusty streets of post-war Tel Aviv, a crafty killer roams free…
| Mercy: A Detective Matt Deal Thriller Introducing Wolfie Jules (Detective Matt Deal Thrillers Book 1)|
by Stephen Bentley
$0.00, 320 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (52 reviews), #4 in Pulp Thrillers
His daughter was taken. He’ll never get her back.
Set in the near future, Matt Deal is a British businessman married into a wealthy Florida family.
Mercy, his fifteen-year-old daughter, is the glue in his rocky marriage to Lorey. His life is changed forever after Mercy is brutally sexually assaulted on a Destin beach leaving her in a persistent vegetative state.
Trusting the local detectives to bring the rapists to justice, mixed martial arts expert Deal concentrates in vain on his Florida gym business, only to have his world further explode on learning the men responsible for his daughter’s injuries may escape justice. Deal is isolated and at his wit's end after his rich father-in-law sends death threats blaming him for all these ills.
Who can he turn to? Where can he go? What will he do? Who can he trust?
Will he return to a post-Brexit Britain or ultimately will he seek revenge?
Fans of Jack Reacher, Barry Eisler, and any vigilante justice novel will love this book.
| The Shrunken Head Murders (The Detective Brick Brikler Series Book 1)|
by Charles Shea
$0.00, 178 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (32 reviews), #45 in Hard-Boiled Mysteries
Amy Strong, an Atlanta criminal defense attorney, had just won an acquittal for a Marine Corps lieutenant who was accused of murder. This win catapulted her to the top of the list for becoming a partner in her law firm. Life was good and getting better…right up to the day she died. Unfortunately for Amy, she became the first victim of a deranged killer and is found strangled to death and her mouth sewn shut. Detective Tom Brikler with the Atlanta Homicide Unit races to find and stop the killer before another citizen is hideously murdered and disfigured.
| TRUE CRIME Boxed Set: Detective Cases from the Archives of Pinkerton (Including The Mysterious Card & Its Sequel)|
by Cleveland Moffett
$0.00, 88 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #33 in Historical Thrillers
This carefully crafted ebook: "True Detective Stories" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents.
True Detective Stories
The Northampton Bank Robbery
The Susquehanna Express Robbery
The Pollock Diamond Robbery
The Rock Island Express
The Destruction of the Renos
The American Exchange Bank Robbery
The Mysterious Card
The Mysterious Card Unveiled (Sequel)
| Jett Landry: The Fuse (The Jett Landry Saga Book 1)|
by Stephan Oak
$0.00, 336 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #65 in Coming of Age Fiction
The first novel from Stephan Oak. Cover Art by Micky Mitchell
A dark evil lurks in Port City, Texas and Private Detectives Markus Jackson and Ashley Garcia are on the case. Meanwhile, Jett Landry, Jackson’s daughter, defends the kids at Port City High from bullies and bigots. Are they fighting the same war?
Jett Landry is not your typical teenage girl. She’s an honor roll student, she’s a loner, and she’s obsessed with martial arts. The only biracial kid in Port City’s fancy new high school, she’s the target of bullies, racists and an apathetic administration that doesn’t want to solve the problem.
Markus Jackson is Port City’s most well-known Private Investigator. Along with his partner, Ashley Garcia, and the brilliant lawyer, Diana Jones, Jackson has a bad habit of taking on Port City’s corrupt elite, earning him enemies among the most powerful families in town. He has the dirt on everyone, and he isn’t afraid to use it. But Jackson has secrets of his own, and one secret involves the most influential politician in Port City and a conspiracy that is connected to the existence of his own daughter, Jett.
Jett Landry: The Fuse tells the story of the origin of Port City’s next Pulp Fiction character. It’s the story of the old-fashioned Private Detective and the new generation of heroes who become his legacy. It’s the story of a girl fighting racism and bullying while struggling to find her own identity. It’s the story of Port City and all its characters, conspiracies and contradictions. And in the middle of it all is a lonely girl with a secret.
| FABLE (Aesop Book 2)|
by Michele Packard
$0.00, 156 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #2 in Espionage Thrillers
From the author of AESOP comes another psychological thriller in this series featuring Matti Baker as she navigates through the twisted world of deception and evil.Matti Baker is a trained counter terrorism contract operative who maneuvers stealthily with secret identities as wife and mother. Matti is repeatedly tested by her domestic and international assignments in her quest to keep America safe.With relentless action, Matti dives deeper into the world of artificial intelligence and the consequences of opening Pandora’s box to humanity while simultaneously identifying the players who are targeting world genocide and New World Order. A story of espionage, intrigue and adventure captivates you as Matti and her team engage in the rigorous and often deadly encounters that come with security.
| Bishop's Revenge (Davey Goldman Series Book 4)|
by William F. Love
$0.00, 297 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #63 in Conspiracy Thrillers
Would you help the man who shot you in the back?
If you were Bishop Regan, you just might.
David Goldman has been a P.I. ever since he left the force.
The case that cost him his job and put Bishop Regan in a wheelchair involved one man: Eddie Goode.
Now Eddie has been accused of another crime, a murder, and he wants Goldman and Regan’s help proving his innocence.
Goldman wants no part in it, but the bishop is willing to give Goode the benefit of the doubt.
Regan and Goldman must team up again: Goldman gathering evidence for the bishop to assemble.
Together the two of them will unearth the dark secrets of the victim’s family, uncovering financial troubles and secret meetings.
All this just to set Goode free: the man who shot and nearly killed the bishop himself eight years before and got away with it.
Bishop’s Revenge is an engrossing thriller that tells a tale of justice and redemption.
Praise for William F. Love
“Sharp, smooth … a lively adventure.” — Chicago tribune
“Wonderful … Bishop Regan is the most intriguing fictional churchman since Chesterton’s father brown.” — Robert Goldsborough
“a well-plotted whodunit … readers surely will anticipate the sequel.” — Chicago Sun-Times
“abounds in action and surprises.” — Associated Press
“well-crafted, knowledgeably handled.” - Mystery news
“a good detective read!” — Dallas Morning News
“a slick, action-filled adventure.” — Library Journal
William F. Love was a Benedictine monk at St. Gregory’s Abbey, Shawnee, Oklahoma, and was ordained as a priest in 1958. Following his resignation from the priesthood, he became a banker and banking consultant in Chicago. He holds a degree from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago. He makes his home with his family in a suburb of Chicago.
| File No. 113|
by Émile Gaboriau
$0.00, 343 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #37 in Historical Thrillers
The banking-house of Andre Fauvel has been robbed of 350,000 francs. Only two men had the key and the secret word that would open the safe where it was kept. One is the owner himself and the other is his trusted head cashier Prosper Bertomy. Both protest their innocence and the police choose to believe the respectable Monsieur Fauvel, so the suspicion is on Bertomy. Fortunately for him, the great detective Monsieur Lecoq believes him to be innocent and is ready to go to great lengths to prove his theory.
| TELLER (Aesop Book 3)|
by Michele Packard
$0.00, 154 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #3 in Espionage Thrillers
Counterterrorism operative Matti Baker is in a deadly game of cat and mouse with internal government agencies and external countries attempting to modify natural selection to create a New World Order. Traveling between Italy, Russia, China, Afghanistan, and the United States, Baker must do whatever it takes to stop the conspiracy, not knowing that she actually is the genesis of it all. Baker is more exposed and vulnerable than ever before, but is also more determined. TELLER brings to conclusion the award-winning AESOP series with raw emotion and relentless action you will devour in one sitting. Inspired and interwoven with historical events and conspiracies, it will leave the reader wondering: could this be fact versus fiction?
| The Lodger: Murder Mystery Novel|
by Marie Belloc Lowndes
$0.00, 224 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (43 reviews), #100 in Private Investigator Mysteries
Ellen and Robert Bunting from London have fallen on hard times, finding themselves on the verge of bankruptcy. But one night, a mysterious stranger, who introduces himself as Mr. Sleuth, takes the lodge with them for a rent they so desperately need to survive. The Buntings ignore the lodger's mysterious experiments and late night walks, relaxing into their good fortune. However, at the same time Mr. Sleuth arrives, a serial killer, who calls himself "The Avenger," starts terrorizing the city of London, leaving behind several dead bodies of young blonde women.
| The Red House Mystery: A Locked-Room Murder Mystery (From the Renowned Author of Winnie the Pooh)|
by A. A. Milne
$0.00, 184 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (366 reviews), #15 in Traditional Detective Mysteries
This carefully crafted ebook: "The Red House Mystery" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents.
Mark Ablett is entertaining a house party at his English country house. The guest list includes a widow and her marriageable daughter, a retired major, a willful actress, and Bill Beverley, a young man about town. When Mark's long-lost brother Robert, the black sheep of the family, arrives from Australia, things do not go as per plans and shortly thereafter Robert is found shot dead. Now it is up to Tony Gillingham and his friend Bill to figure out the locked room mystery and catch the murderer.
| Washed Up (A Bromo Perkins Mystery Book 2)|
by Tony Berry
$0.00, 275 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (18 reviews), #86 in Private Investigator Mysteries
Some people don’t need to go looking for trouble – it will always find them…
All former British secret service agent Bromo Perkins wants is a quiet life as a travel agent in Melbourne, Australia.
But he has hardly had time to dust himself off from his first roistering escapade before a sensitive earlobe – the result of an old wound from his previous career – ominously warns of more bother ahead.
It arrives in the shape of call from an attractive female client, Liz Shapcott, who claims that a young woman found washed up in the city’s river did not commit suicide as newspapers reported – but was a murder victim instead.
Bromo – who survives on a diet of coffee and malt whisky – cannot resist Liz’s pleas to help her prove her claim, though he is never quite sure what her body language implies.
What unfolds rips away the veils of respectability that mask the evil and corruption beneath appearances and behind closed doors in bustling metropolises such as Melbourne.
Who is the mysterious blind man who can walk briskly when he wishes and who watches from a distance through binoculars?
What really goes on at the much-visited but prison-like Number 85 in a select street of gentrified Richmond?
What will happen to the two young feminist activists who are bundled by heavies into a black limo along with Bromo? Can Bromo’s old flame Delia, a high-ranking police officer who works undercover, pull him out of the fire that threatens to consume him?
Washed Up , the sequel to his debut novel Done Deal , is perfect for all crime thriller addicts, combining fast-paced action and humour.
Praise for Tony Berry
“Done Deal, set in the mean streets of inner-city Richmond, is a gripping crime story” – Nicole Lindsay, the Herald Sun
“Richmond is lovingly and accurately rendered.”- Nicole Lindsay, the Herald Sun
“Bromo’s dialogue is pretty snappy and he’s a man of action. This was fun and I’m glad I ordered a copy.” -Karen, Australian Crime Fiction Website
Tony Berry is a lifelong journalist in the UK and Australia. Done Deal was the first novel Berry completed and it met with immediate success by winning a New South Wales Genre Fiction Award. Washed Up also won a NSW Genre Fiction Award plus a mentorship from the Australian Society of Authors. He has continued to work on the series, which will be completed in 2017 – all crime novels and all set in the inner Melbourne suburb of Richmond – while being kept busy as a professional editor.
| The Big Goodbye: A Jimmy "Soldier" Riley Noir Novel (Soldier Mysteries Series, Book 1)|
by Michael Lister
$0.00, 176 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (165 reviews), #164 in Private Investigator Mysteries
A vulnerable woman being followed. A PI determined to protect her. Former lovers embroiled in an intense mystery thriller fraught with intrigue and danger. A sexy, romantic, suspenseful ride through the atmospheric 1940s.
Michael Lister's acclaimed Jimmy "Soldier" Riley Noir Novels.
Here's the story that started it all.
˃˃˃ THE BIG GOODBYE, a Jimmy "Soldier" Riley Noir Novel from multi-award-winning and bestselling author Michael Lister
“Lister’s hard-edged prose ranks with the best of contemporary noir fiction.” Publisher’s Weekly Starred Review of The Big Goodbye.
Walk the mean streets of wartime Panama City with Jimmy “Soldier” Riley, a wounded, woman-haunted knight errant in Michael Lister’s resonant new noir series Publisher’s Weekly calls “a promising private detective series set in 1940s Florida,” and Library Journal says “peppered with snappy dialog, this hard-boiled mystery by award winner Lister is a swell read.”
“Michael Lister has the world of Florida Panhandle noir all to himself. Tough, violent, and hard-boiled, This novel of obsession and suspense will remind you of Raymond Chandler, Graham Greene, and why you started reading crime novels in the first place.” John Dufresne
Someone is following Lauren Lewis.
She ducks into the office of PI, Jimmy “Soldier” Riley, not to hire him, but to find out if he’s the one following her. Back when they were lovers he told her if he ever decided to, she’d never know he was there.
It’s1940’s Panama City, Florida. The world is at war, and the growing panhandle paradise is doing its part. Tyndall Field is training pilots. Wainwright Shipyard is building battleships. The Naval Section Base is protecting vessels in the Gulf. The Dixie Sherman Hotel is hosting celebrities such as Clark Gable. Harry Lewis, a wealthy banker, is running for mayor, unaware his wife is running for her life.
With a secret to hide and a husband running for mayor in a city exploding and expanding like no other time in history, Lauren doesn’t want trouble, but she’s about to get a double-barrel full of it. Only one man can help her, and though it might destroy him, he doesn’t mind. Better to die than be the walking wounded.
˃˃˃ “Tight, taut, terrific PI noir with a classic and fully-realized 1940s setting. Michael Lister is one of those rare, gifted writers who can immerse you with his first sentence. The “Soldier” series is a treasure—don’t miss it!” Kelli Stanley
If you love mystery, romance, and suspense served up hard-boiled, don't miss Michael Lister's THE BIG GOODBYE.
| The Hampstead Mystery|
by Arthur J. Rees
$0.00, 300 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (56 reviews), #16 in Private Investigator Mysteries
High Court Justice Sir Horace Fewbanks is found murdered in his own home in Hampstead. A butler with a shady past is the first suspect, but there are several other characters who turn attention there way with suspicious behavior. Scotland Yard detectives are in charge of the case, but the Judge's daughter hires a famous private investigator Crew who shows up and runs a parallel investigation.
| Flood Warning|
by Will Rayner
$0.00, 209 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #16 in 20th Century History of the U.S.
San Francisco, 1934.
In the tail end of the spring after the Prohibition, business is slow for the father and son private eye firm of Flood and Flood.
Slow, that is, until the younger son, T.J. wakes up with a hell of a headache. He’s been socked over the head during a fracas between rival gangsters.
One winds up dead in Floods’ offices, landing a hot case on their very own turf.
Who killed Benny the Bundle? And why do two huge and aggressive vice cops seem so interested in this case? Andy why do the bodies keep piling up?
Elder partner Sam Flood has more than enough on his plate, trying to keep his reckless son in line and caring for his elderly and increasingly absent-minded second wife.
The last thing he needs is someone attempting to drown him down at the wharf…
…and T.J., who has never got over the mysterious disappearance of his beloved Jessica, finds himself in increasingly hot water.
Can he trust the two hulking vice cops, who seem to be following their every move and bent on obstructing their case?
And how closely can he afford to allow Lieutenant James ‘Jimbo’ Bracken to know what he knows?
And what does a cryptic coded map bearing the legend ‘P.E.A.C.E.’ mean for the case?
What’s really inside the crates labelled ‘100 Ornamental Mother of Pearl Boxes’ that T.J. finds at the premises of Central City Distribution Service?
As the death toll mounts around them, father and son find themselves facing their toughest challenge yet.
Sam, the elder Flood, is precise and cautious, while T.J. is an irreverent, hard-drinking loner who is contemptuous of authority and likes to do things his way.
Tragedies in each of their backgrounds contribute to their stormy relationship which is about to be put under more pressure, as they realise their very lives are in the gravest danger.
The wave of crime seems to be turning against the private eyes…
Can they put their differences aside and put an end to the violent strike that has gripped San Francisco’s waterfront and spilled into the city itself?
Flood Warning is an entertaining and satisfying mystery set against the backdrop of corruption and crime that flooded America after the Prohibition. It is the first book in Rayner’s series that is set in the authentic atmosphere of San Francisco during a turbulent decade marked by a major riot, widespread police corruption, the building of two famous bridges, the establishment of Alcatraz prison and the appearance of the legendary and beloved Thoroughbred, Seabiscuit.
Will Rayner has over 30 years’ experience as a newspaper writer and editor. He has been listed in Marquis Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in the World and has published many non-fiction books such as Images of History – Twentieth Century British Columbia Through The Front Pages, Premiers in Profile – The Good, The Bad and The Transient, Scandal! 130 Years of Damnable Deeds in Lotus Land, The Canadian Journey – Provocative Glimpses Into Canada’s Past and Canada On The Doorstep: 1939.
| The Stillwater Tragedy (Mystery Classics Series)|
by Thomas Bailey Aldrich
$0.00, 204 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Private Investigators
This eBook edition has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Richard Shackford is an extraordinary young man, estranged from his wealthy family. He must take care of himself and manages to find an employment at a New England marble quarry. By hard work and dedication he works his way up through the ranks to become assistant to the owner. Along with the business success, he also falls in love with the daughter of his boss and his life seams to be perfect. However, Shackford's wealthy cousin is found murdered and things start to turn for the worse. Cousin's will, in which he is naming Shackford as the heir to the fortune, is found at scene of the murder and it directs suspicion towards him. Some other clues also point out to him and it takes a true detective to solve the mystery.
| Quantrall Box Set: Books 1-3|
by Carolina Mac
$0.00, 816 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #41 in Mystery Action Fiction
Cowboy justice for hire. Jesse Quantrall, Texas oil magnate and renowned horse breeder, launches a new career in criminal investigation. Follow the lives of Jesse and his brothers in this action-packed western P.I. series.
| The Trail of the Serpent (Detective Mystery)|
by Mary Elizabeth Braddon
$0.00, pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Private Investigators
This eBook edition has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. The Trail of the Serpent concerns the schemes of the orphan Jabez North to acquire an aristocratic fortune, and the efforts of Richard Marwood, aided by his friends, to prove his innocence in the murder of his uncle. Richard returns to the home of his mother in Slopperton after an absence of seven years. His uncle, Montague Harding, having recently returned from the East Indies after amassing a large fortune, is also staying there. After a brief reconciliation, Richard leaves town by the train on the encouragement of Montague. However, on his train journey away from the town, he is approached by two detectives who charge him with the murder of his uncle on the night of his departure. One detective believes that Richard is innocent of the murder, and in the trial that follows manages to arrange that he plead insane, so Richard is interred in a lunatic asylum. Meanwhile, the orphaned schoolmaster Jabez North kills a child under his care after he threatens to reveal Jabez's suspicious activity on the night of the Montague's murder.
| ALLAN PINKERTON Ultimate Collection: True Crime Stories & Detective Stories: The Expressman and the Detective, The Somnambulist and the Detective, The ... Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives…|
by Allan Pinkerton
$0.00, 1609 pages, 3.3 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #26 in True Crime Biographies
This meticulously edited Allan Pinkerton collection is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents:
The Expressman and the Detective
The Somnambulist and the Detective
The Murderer and the Fortune Teller
The Spiritualists and the Detectives
Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives
Don Pedro and the Detectives
Poisoner and the Detectives
Bucholz and the Detectives
The Burglar's Fate and the Detectives
The Spy of the Rebellion
| Hope & Despair : Full Circle (5280 Investigation Series Book 1)|
by Alan Wild
$0.00, 355 pages, 3.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #2 in LGBT Mystery
Two strangers meet over a bloody, dismembered body...but can they find the killer before the killer finds them?
When Noah Blain opens his front door, his mind is still on the aging mother he has just helped move into assisted care. But on the threshold, a horror scene awaits.
Blood and body parts are strewn through Noah’s hallway and there is no one else in sight. At least, until Oliver Thaddeus shows up.
Having escaped California after losing his job as a private investigator, Oliver has returned to Denver, Colorado after blackmailing his ex-lover (and ex-boss) for the cool sum of $14.5M.
Eager to start his own PI agency and work crimes once more, Oliver offers Noah a place to stay and full use of his detective team to help solve the mystery of the brutal homicide.
But when it is discovered that Noah was the actual target of the killing, Oliver and Noah must go into lockdown under police guard until the perpetrator has been found.
Forced together in tragic and dangerous circumstances, complex feelings start to emerge between the two young men as their emotional scars surface. Oliver is strikingly beautiful and familiar only with being used. Noah is mildly agoraphobic and reluctant to open up. Tenderness is new – and terrifying – for them both.
But what secrets in Noah’s past have caused him to make a deadly enemy? And can Oliver’s team find the killer before their lives go from hope to despair?
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| MYSTERY & TRUE CRIME Boxed Set: Through the Wall, Possessed, The Mysterious Card, The Northampton Bank Robbery, The Pollock Diamond Robbery, American Exchange Bank Robbery...|
by Cleveland Moffett
$0.00, 388 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #42 in Mystery Anthologies
This meticulously edited collection is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents:
Through the Wall
The Mysterious Card
The Mysterious Card Unveiled
The Northampton Bank Robbery
The Susquehanna Express Robbery
The Pollock Diamond Robbery
The Rock Island Express
The Destruction of the Renos
The American Exchange Bank Robbery
| Curse of the Black Eggs (The Rogen Mysteries Book 3)|
by Bruce Whitaker
$0.00, 181 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Private Investigators
A simple exchange of a porcelain egg for a key at Savannah’s Easter carnival entangles the private eye team of Sherry and Ed Rogen in the hunt for a mysterious collection of legendary objects called the Black eggs. Reputed to have the power to restore youth to anyone lucky enough to drink from their extract, the Black eggs put the Rogens ethics to the test when a bounty of a million dollars is thrown into the mix.
| At the Villa Rose & The Affair at the Semiramis Hotel: Detective Gabriel Hanaud's Cases (2 Books in One Edition)|
by A. E. W. Mason
$0.00, 265 pages, 1.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #88 in Private Investigator Mysteries
Detective-Inspector Gabriel Hanaud has been described as the "first major fiction police detective of the Twentieth Century". He was modelled on two real-life heads of the Paris Sûreté, Macé and Goron. Émile Gaboriau's Monsieur Lecoq was also an acknowledged inspiration. Mason wanted to physically differentiate Hanaud from Sherlock Holmes as much as possible, and so he made him stout and broad-shouldered in contrast to Holmes who was thin. He often relies on psychological methods to solve cases and is assisted by his friend, the fastidious Mr Julius Ricardo, a former City of London financier. Hanaud was portrayed on screen several times – with adaptations of At the Villa Rose and its sequel The House of the Arrow. He has been seen as one of a number of influences on the creation of Agatha Christie's Belgian detective Hercule Poirot.
At the Villa Rose
The Affair at the Semiramis Hotel
| Round the Fire Stories|
by Arthur Conan Doyle
$0.00, 314 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (24 reviews), #57 in Traditional Detective Mysteries
A master of mystery brings nightmares to life in this classic collection of horror stories
The creator of Sherlock Holmes invites readers into the darkest corners of his imagination with these spooky and suspenseful tales meant to be read “round the fire” on a winter’s night. Grotesque characters, bizarre phenomena, diabolical deeds, and terrifying twists of fate abound in mysteries such as “The Club-Footed Grocer,” “The Brazilian Cat,” “The Sealed Room,” and “The Brown Hand.” From the supernatural to the sinister, the hair-raising to the spine-tingling, this creepy collection is a must-read for fans of the world’s greatest detective and his inimitable creator.
This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.
| THE ADVENTURE OF THE FIRST STAR (The Midwinter Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes Book 2)|
by Craig Janacek
$0.00, 72 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #50 in Traditional Detective Mysteries
December 22, 1895. The Victorian holiday season is of little cheer to Sherlock Holmes, whose ever-racing mind is left without a purpose when the season of goodwill engenders a tedious lull in unlawful activities. Even the arrival of Inspector Gregson with the story of an unidentified corpse in the Underground fails to rouse his interest for long. But when a madman begins to attack Christmas trees throughout London, Holmes and his trusted partner Dr. Watson are on the case. What at first seems like a simple diversion soon proves to be far more complex, and only a tour-de-force series of deductions by Holmes can bring a conclusion to a decade old crime. Following in the footsteps of ‘The Adventure of the Manufactured Miracle,’ and fully in the magnanimous spirit of ‘The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle,’ comes another scintillating demonstration of Holmes’ ratiocinations and a hearty reunion with his brother. For even the seemingly-emotionless Sherlock Holmes should not spend Christmas away from his family and friends.
Fully annotated, this edition contains a cornucopia of scholarly insights that compare this newly unearthed tale by Dr. John H. Watson to the classic adventures from the Canon of Sherlock Holmes.
| Accomplished in Murder (Accomplished Mysteries, Book 1)|
by Dara England
$0.00, 64 pages, 3.4 out of 5.0 (159 reviews), #45 in Historical Mysteries
Murder was never so refined...
When her holiday on the coast of Cornwall takes a deadly turn, it is up to Drucilla Winterbourne to uncover the dangerous secrets the inhabitants of Blackridge House will do anything to conceal. But can a proper young lady from London society comprehend the dark motives of a killer?
Accomplished In Murder is the first in a series of historical mystery novelettes featuring intrepid Victorian heroines up to their bustles in crime. These works are only loosely connected and can be read in any order.
This novelette is equivalent to 55 printed pages or an average reading time of forty-five minutes.
Victorian mysteries by this author at smarturl.it/demysteries
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| Kill Sight: An Alex Sight Action Mystery Thriller (An Alex Sight Thriller Book 1)|
by Geoffrey Saign
$0.00, 388 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (74 reviews), #1 in Paranormal Suspense
A psychic ex-detective hunts terrorists on a murder spree, and falls in love with his secretive partner. Both choices may kill him.
Alex Sight sees murders before they occur, but never the exact kill site. He has five days to get it right when environmental terrorists with a hidden agenda begin killing CEOs and congressional leaders.
Called in by the FBI, Alex is paired with Megan Detalio—tough, brilliant, and mysterious. In a frantic race around the country, bodies pile up and betrayals mount. Worse, the FBI have a mole and the CIA is hiding a secret.
Yet Alex is falling in love with his partner, something he didn’t think could happen again.
Then everything is turned upside down...
With the future of the country at stake, Alex risks everything for justice. But he may not be able to save himself...
Kill Sight is the first book in the high-octane Alex Sight thriller series. If you like action-packed scenes, formidable threats, and electric characters, then you’ll love Geoffrey Saign’s heart-stopping adventure.
Buy Kill Sight now to join a hero fighting for justice!
| The Eye Thief (A DI Erica Swift Thriller Book 1)|
by M K Farrar
$0.00, 292 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (119 reviews), #1 in Police Procedurals
He steals their eyes to make them see...
In London, a new kind of criminal is on the loose... one who seems to be making a game of collecting his victims' eyes and setting them free to wander the streets blind.
And then the game turns deadly.
Detective Erica Swift knows the case will steal time from her family, but she has no choice. The psychopath must be stopped. But a chance encounter drags a horrific event in Erica’s past to collide with her present.
The murderer has one thing on their mind…
And now Erica’s name might be on the killer’s list.
| God Save the Spy: A Cold War Spy Novel (Operation TINKER Book 1)|
by John Ellsworth
$0.00, 398 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (268 reviews), #1 in Historical Literary Fiction
BRITISH SECRET SERVICE INCOMING TELEGRAM: RUSSIAN SPY...WANTS TO DEFECT...CAN ONLY BRING WIFE...CAN WE RESCUE DAUGHTER AGE ONE?
Russian KGB officer Nikolai Semenov agrees to spy for the British, as he is enraged at what Russia has done to his family. He begins passing KGB secrets to the Brits. It is 1962, and Nikolai smuggles Russian war plans for Cuba. President Kennedy needs the plans immediately, must talk.
The Russians discover his deception and kidnap him back to Moscow. But the British have a plan, terrible as it is. For they can save him and his wife, or him and his daughter, but not both. He must decide, does he escape with his wife or with his one-year-old? The KGB will murder whichever one he leaves behind. The choice is made in a way no one expects. Britain's escape plan is activated, and the wheels begin to turn.
Colonel Viktor Bucharov of the KGB falls in behind them. Bucharov is the KGB’s best and most violent. A desperate attempt to shake Bucharov from their tail, as they jump from buses, change moving subway cars, dash into malls, and underground passageways. Then they head for the escape rendezvous, with Bucharov minutes behind.
Get ready to stay up late tonight.
John Ellsworth is the author of 34 books that all have been Amazon best sellers. He is a USA Today bestseller and a Kindle All-Star. His books have been downloaded in the millions. Amazon says, "WE ARE INSPIRED BY THIS WRITER AND HOW HE IS DELIGHTING READERS"--Amazon press release 10/15/18.
| End of Lies: A Political Thriller (Countless Lies Series Book 3)|
by Bradley West
$0.00, 339 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #1 in Political Fiction
To safeguard his family, a retired spy becomes a deadly hunter
With victory in sight, Nolan is forced to choose one last time between family and country.
“West creates realistic characters and deploys them in an intriguingly complex plot. The result is an enjoyable, fast-paced thriller that I couldn't put down.”
Richard Holm, Best Selling Author,The Craft We Chose: My Life in the CIA
End of Lies provides compelling characters and meticulous research to deliver nonstop action. Just when you catch your breath, another showdown looms."
Howard Wasdin, New York Times Best Selling Author, SEAL Team Six: Memoirs of an Elite Navy SEAL
End of Lies will appeal to fans of classic spy thrillers as well as followers of Homeland, The Man in the High Castle,or The Americans
| Crimson Roses: A Thrilling Romantic Suspense (Angel Falls Series Book 2)|
by Charlene Tess
$0.00, 260 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (60 reviews), #3,473 in Psychic Romance
She can’t outrun the nightmare from her past—
Pepper Chan tried to leave the scars of her abduction behind her when she joined her current veterinary practice. However, a chance encounter with Roddy Eastman, the brother of her former best friend, leaves her shaken and desperate to keep her distance. The last thing Pepper wants to do is relive the terrible ordeal from so many years ago. Her kidnapper was never caught, and Pepper is afraid to trust anyone.
—or avoid the terrifying omens in the present.
Attorney Roddy Eastman is determined to find out why Dr. Chan wants to avoid him. He tries to convince himself that his drive to seek out answers from her is just his concern for his sister’s friend and not something deeper—like his long-standing attraction to her since high school.
The sudden murder of her boyfriend makes it clear that a deranged murderer is taunting Pepper, waiting for the right moment to strike. When Pepper reluctantly reaches out to him, Roddy offers her his help. Together, they must dig into her past to uncover the identity of the stalker before his twisted plans can become reality.
Book 2 in the Angel Falls Series
| Nailed (A Ron Ketchum Mystery Book 1)|
by Joseph Flynn
$0.00, 260 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (708 reviews), #43 in Thrillers
Ron Ketchum saw his share of the dark side of life as a cop in Los Angeles. Then he left L.A. to become the chief of police in the Sierra Nevada resort town of Goldstrike. One sunny morning in the mountains, though, he comes upon a crime unlike anything he’s ever seen before.
He finds the body of an African American man nailed to a tree.
The victim is a highly respected minister, and his father is the nationally known televangelist Jimmy Thunder. Ron, on the other hand, has described himself in court as a recovering bigot.
Goldstrike’s mayor for life and movie icon, Clay Steadman, wants Ron to catch the killer fast. Adding to the pressure, the victim’s grandmother comes to town. She tells the media mob that has descended on Goldstrike that God will curse the town until the killer is caught.
That’s when a rogue mountain lion begins attacking people. At first, the attacks happen on the wilderness outskirts of Goldstrike. Then the predator moves into town, leaping a fence into a family’s backyard. Finally, it turns the tables on one of the hunters sent out to bring it down.
Looking for a killer, hunting a lion and defending his own integrity — makes being a cop in L.A. seem like the good old days.
| FANTÔMAS – Crime & Mystery Series: Fantômas, The Exploits of Juve, Messengers of Evil, A Nest of Spies & A Royal Prisoner|
by Pierre Souvestre
$0.00, 284 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (50 reviews), #5,180 in Mystery Anthologies
Fantômas is a criminal genius, known by many nicknames, such as "the "master of everything and everyone," the "torturer" or the "elusive", whose face and true identity remain unknown. A ruthless criminal, he won't hesitate to torture and kill to achieve his goals. He is being obsessively pursued by Juve, an inspector in the Sûreté of Paris and the sworn archenemy of Fantômas. The intelligent and stubborn Juve is completely devoted to capturing or killing Fantômas. This meticulously edited Fantômas-Mystery collection is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents:
The Exploits of Juve
Messengers of Evil
A Nest of Spies
A Royal Prisoner
| Search for Contentment (Georgia Peaches Book 3)|
by Marlene Bierworth
$0.00, 126 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #3 in Christian Mystery & Suspense Romance
Melanie Braxton is a police officer in South Carolina fighting for freedom from her family’s affluence.
Trevor Knight is a lawyer, struggling to keep what remains of his family together.
Trevor and Melanie join forces to solve the mystery of his niece’s death, while Cupid aims his arrow at their unsuspecting hearts. When family on both sides become suspects, loyalty, faith and love become stumbling blocks to uncovering the truth.
Melanie is forced to face her discontented past to secure the future that she desperately wants in this Christian contemporary romance and you are invited along for the ride.
| Never Seen (Hoskins & Fletcher Crime Series Book 1)|
by TL Dyer
$0.00, 387 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #24 in Serial Killers
A man isn’t born a killer. Something happens to make him become one.
"Brilliant thriller for fans of Michael Connelly and Harlan Coben."
The victims are young men. Their killer drugs them and slashes their wrists. Then he cleans their bodies, combs their hair and wraps them in protective sheeting before leaving them where they’ll be easily found.
Is it a compulsion? A game? Or a cry for help?
These are the questions Detective Lawrence Hoskins must answer as he takes on the lead role in his first serial murder investigation. But as the bodies keep coming he feels like he’s the one holding the blade, the one standing between life and death. Under mounting pressure he turns to former colleague Cass Fletcher for help. She knows how a compulsive murderer thinks and why they can’t stop. If she can tell him why perhaps it will lead him to who.
Except Hoskins has already made one mistake he’s not aware of. Involving Fletcher is another. And as the killer continues to elude him the case takes its toll on those around him in ways he never expects. More so when the signs start pointing in a new direction…
“Five beautiful boys lined up in a row
No longer unnoticed but seen by all
The officers who killed them soon everyone will know
Because the tougher they act, the easier they fall.”
NEVER SEEN is the first book in the Hoskins & Fletcher crime series"Unlike anything I have ever read before. Amazing, original and most highly recommended."
"The twists and turns kept me reading for hours, and I cried at the end. Can't wait to read the next two books!"
| The Tale of Mayberry Falls|
by Noah Cintron
$0.00, 174 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #77,182 in Science Fiction
When Ahnna goes missing, her sister, Veronica Seza sets out to find her. Trying to find Ahnna is hard enough, but even harder when no one remembers her. Will Veronica find her missing sister or did she ever exist in the first place?
| AGATHA CHRISTIE Collection : The Mysterious Affair at Styles, Poirot Investigates, The Murder on the Links, The Secret Adversary, The Man in the Brown Suit|
by Agatha Christie
$0.00, 1569 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (19 reviews), #72 in Mysteries
This ebook collection contains the following works of Agatha Christie:
The Mysterious Affair at Styles
The Secret Adversary
The Murder on the Links
The Man in the Brown Suit
The Jewel Robbery at the Grand Metropolitan
The Disappearance of Mr. Davenheim
The Adventure of the “Western Star”
The Tragedy at Marsdon Manor
The Million Dollar Bond Robbery
The Adventure of the Cheap Flat
The Mystery of the Hunter’s Lodge
The Kidnapped Prime Minister
The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb
The Adventure of the Italian Nobleman
The Case of the Missing Will
The Chocolate Box
The Veiled Lady
The Lost Mine
The Affair at the Victory Ball
The Adventure of the Clapham Cook
The Cornish Mystery
The Adventure of Johnnie Waverly
The Double Clue
The King of Clubs
The Lemesurier Inheritance
The Plymouth Express
The Submarine Plans
The Market Basing Mystery
The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding
| Six Hard Days In Andalusia: An action thriller|
by Damian Vargas
$0.00, 398 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (32 reviews), #6 in International Mystery & Crime
The perfect time-killer in 2020!
When an old-time British villain and his crew meet their end in a bloody shoot-out on the Costa del Sol, it's of little concern to most. After all, gangsters get killed. It's what happens in their line of work. Allegiances change. Men die. It's the way of things. However, when Mary Lawson a.k.a. 'The Accountant', a former MI6 agent turned independent contractor to the mob, is instructed by her shady bosses to investigate, things quickly get a lot more complicated. Hardened by her years in British military intelligence and ruthlessly professional, the woman who is no stranger to death and suffering, sets out to find who is responsible. However, on the 'Costa del Crime' with its regular influx of millions of tourists, a history of political corruption, and a diverse and thriving criminal underworld, nothing is ever simple.
The father that deserted his family. The prodigal daughter, fallen from grace. A hoard of devious, manipulating and violent characters. And an unfortunate British tourist who gets caught up in the middle of the whole bloody mess.
Six Hard Days in Andalusia is the first in Damian Vargas's 'Costa del Crime' series of action thrillers. Vargas constructs an enthralling and intricate plot, weaves in a cast of unique characters, and then places them in wonderfully-visualised, real-world locations in southern Spain. Ex-pats and holidaymakers alike will recognise many of the novel's settings.
Some highlights from recent reader reviews...
- "Rollicking good fun with surprising depth".
- "It’s incredibly well plotted and quite extraordinary for a 1st book".
- "This is a great novel, that moves quickly, surprises, entertains and is equally violent, humorous and tragic".
- "Fans of Carl Hiaasen will find a lot to love here".
- "Violent yet amusing, exciting with a warm heart".
- "As close to unputdownable as real life allows".
- "Perfect holiday reading".
- "Much more riveting and original than a lot of action drama novels - people like Patterson can crack out the formulaic novels but takes a lot more skill and insight to produce a book with intense suspense, attention to detail and random bouts of (often dark) comedy - all present here in abundance. Recommended!"
- "Great characters, compelling plot and well written".
- "Hard to believe it's a first novel - as good and better than I've read from more established authors".
- "The descriptions of the scenery and venues for the action were also vivid and evocative. All in all a great read and one that I struggled to put down".
| Girl on Trial: A Legal Thriller|
by Adele Wilde
$0.00, 317 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #12 in Legal Thrillers
A Celebrity Murder
A Corrupt Attorney General
And a Young Prosecutor Fighting to Save her Career
Assistant Attorney General Madison Beckham loves her job, traveling the state prosecuting high profile crimes. So when Hollywood celebrity Tinker Van Der Veld is found murdered in an Oregon ski-resort town, Madison is thrilled to get the case. But before she even learns the facts, the Sheriff makes and arrest - and its on the red carpet of the Golden Globes! Tinker's actor/boyfriend is brought back to Oregon to face indictment for murder. There is just one problem. . . the boyfriend may be innocent.
And then Madison gets the worst news of her career, a highly-connected politician is making false allegations against Madison, trying to get her indicted for corruption! So in the swirl of a Hollywood media firestorm, Madison must somehow fend off the political attack on her integrity while finding the real killer of Tinker Van Der Veld. Truly, she is a Girl on Trial.
Filled with action, crackling dialogue and real-life insight into the world of a high profile prosecutor, Girl on Trial will entertain and delight you until the last, satisfying page!
Praise for Adele Wilde
"Wilde has a real talent for story telling." - Stephen Penner, Amazon Best Selling author of Presumption of Innocence and Winter's Law.
| Bennett Sisters Mysteries Volume 5 & 6 (Bennett Sisters Mysteries boxsets series Book 3)|
by Lise McClendon
$0.00, 396 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #1 in International Mystery & Crime
It's Eat Pray Love meets murder mystery in Lise McClendon's deliciously cozy chronicles of sisterhood, international travel ... and a soupçon of danger.
That's the delicious underpinning of this sprawling, exuberant, generous-spirited cozy mystery series with a yummy side of international adventure. A little bit chick lit, a touch of cozy mystery, a whole lot of humor, romance, suspense--all in one box set!
These two books continue the adventures of the five lawyer sisters that started with Blackbird Fly. On to The Girl in the Empty Dress, Give Him the Ooh-la-la, and The Things We Said Today... (also available in box sets) to these two stories that follow Merle Bennett's journey from the US to France, with her French boyfriend, Pascal.
Ooh-la-la, who doesn't love a Frenchman?
Merle Bennett goes back to France -- and her Frenchman -- in this fifth installment of the Bennett Sisters mysteries. Sure that La Belle France will cure all her ills, and help her write a novel about the French Revolution, she sets out to prove her theory correct. Pascal, her Frenchman, scoffs at this. As a policeman he knows France is pretty to look at but not all that pretty under the surface.
While Merle writes and renovates her stone cottage, Pascal encounters an old enemy, a man he put in prison years before. When Pascal disappears Merle isn't sure if their relationship is over, or something terrible has happened.
A soupçon of danger, a brush with 'madame guillotine,' and the quirky characters of the French countryside, all collide in this installment of the Bennett Sisters Mysteries, set in la belle France-- where, obviously, wine, sunshine, sunflowers, and Frenchmen cure all ills. Or do they?
ODETTE AND THE GREAT FEAR
A Gothic Romance by 'Merle Bennett'
Deep in the French countryside-- as the country reels through rebellion, beheadings, and starvation-- a goat-herder named Odette is trying to survive. Just that-- survival is on her mind. Since she marched to Versailles with a group of Parisian women to protest the high prices of wheat, her life has spun out of control. She's fled the capital for the countryside. But what will happen to her? Can she stay in the Dordogne where the kindly farmers have taken pity on her?
'Odette and the Great Fear' is a novella from the novel, 'The Frenchman,' by Lise McClendon. Merle Bennett, the main character, is writing a novel. Here the story is fleshed out, characters come into focus, and outcomes are decided. Will Odette and her handsome stranger find each other? How did the Count get his horrible scar? Will the villagers burn out the nobles for good?
All these delicious details, mixed with a terrifying and exhilarating time in history, make 'Odette and the Great Fear' a quick but intriguing read.
Next up in the series is 'Blame it on Paris,' Bennett Sisters Mystery #8, after the Sister's French Cookbook, filled with delicious recipes inspired by the series. Get the cookbook for free by signing up for the newsletter at the author's website: LiseMcClendon.com - I hope you enjoy the books.
| Saint Justice (A Christopher Wren Thriller Book 1)|
by Mike Grist
$0.00, 242 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (295 reviews), #2 in Domestic Thrillers
Christopher Wren is a legendary figure feared the world over. Whispers call him a ghost, shredding terror groups and leaving their leaders in the ground. But he's not just a legend.
Born into a violent doomsday cult, Wren had to master the dark skills of human manipulation just to survive. It made him the perfect weapon against terror - until he broke with the CIA in the midst of personal tragedy and fled into the wilds of Utah.
There Wren stumbles on something truly dark. Hundreds of human cages hidden in the desert. A small town police department wiped out. A mass radicalization network bent on unleashing chaos.
Nobody else sees it coming. Nobody except Wren.
America stands at a crossroads. One spark in the tinder keg could ignite the inferno. Now Wren finds himself alone in the dark, racing the spark as it falls...
★★★★★ "A gripping dark bombshell of a thriller from start to finish." - Eclectic Reviews.
Get started now on this incredible book series with an unforgettable hero.
| The Seventh Tapestry: An Art Crime Mystery|
by Beth Camp
$0.00, 297 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #9 in Historical Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Fiction
When precious artifacts go missing at the Museum of Medieval Art in Edinburgh, Sandra Robertson, a newly hired curator, is immediately under suspicion. But, when she’s asked to help find out who’s involved, Sandra ignores her attraction to Neil McDonnell, art crimes investigator assigned to the case, and gets to work. After a priceless 16th Century tapestry goes missing, Sandra begins to receive threatening phone calls. Do Sandra and Neil have a future together? What will they risk to recover the missing artifacts, stop the thefts, and find out who’s behind a series of mysterious deaths? Beth Camp blends historical fiction with romantic suspense as she takes readers on a journey from a small medieval museum troubled by theft into the dangerous world of art crime.
“Filled with art history, suspense, criminal activity and just enough romance, this novel will pull you in and you won’t want to put it down until you read the last page.”
“Sandra and Neil make a great team, thwarting the protagonist and growing closer in the process of doing so. Intrigue, danger, determination make for a "can't put it down" book.”
| Uncle Silas: Gothic Mystery Thriller|
by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
$0.00, 321 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (52 reviews), #36 in Historical Mysteries
Maud Ruthyn is an heiress who lives with her somber, reclusive father Austin Ruthyn in their mansion at Knowl. Through her father and her worldly, cheerful cousin, Lady Monica Knollys, she gradually learns more regarding her uncle, Silas Ruthyn, a black sheep of the family whom she has never met. Once an infamous rake and gambler, he is now apparently a fervently reformed Christian. His reputation has been tainted by the suspicious suicide of a man to whom Silas owed an enormous gambling debt, which took place within a locked, apparently impenetrable room in Silas's mansion at Bartram-Haugh.
| Chinese Betrayal: A Jake Reid Book|
by James Crawford
$0.00, 184 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #1,889 in Mysteries
A Chinese American company has developed an innovative sim card for phones that is cheaper than all the competition, available anywhere, and loaded with potential. Unfortunately, hidden within the sim card are programs that violate your privacy, steal your personal information, and spy on your activities, all without your knowledge or agreement.
The program designer, an American professor of mobile communications, has only recently discovered that he has been duped and his work, intended as options for users, is actually designed to undermine American business, industry, and personal lives in n attempt by the Chinese government to damage the US.
Dr. Bellman, realizing his work may now constitute an act of treason, walks into the offices of Jake Reid and Associates to confess and seek sanctuary from the Chinese.
Can Jake, KJ, and Cara help Bellman, or are they placing their own safety at risk?
What begins as a question and answer session with Dr. Bellman soon turns into a fight for their lives as six heavily armed Chinese military soldiers attack the offices, forcing Jake and team to defend their lives.
As the team works to defend Dr. Bellman and reveal to US sources the threat posed by the Chinese they find powerful forces at work to prevent the truth from ever coming out. Jake's team finds itself on the run to stay alive and somehow stop the Chinese Betrayal.
Before long Jake's team is the focus of attention from multiple groups with differing agenda's, all seeking to locate and uncover the secrets Dr. Bellman holds.
No one is safe as long as Dr. Bellman is free.
Outnumbered many times over, Jake relies on KJ for the latest technologies in weaponry and Cara for computer skills that rival the most talented individuals on the planet.
From the Chinese to business competitors of Gringo, the sim card manufacturer, to the highest levels of the US government, everyone wants Dr. Bellman dead or alive.
And Jake and his team are just collateral damage.
| MURDERS OF NECESSITY: Crime comes to a quiet Norfolk town. Another murder, mystery, thriller investigation for Emily and Steve Moon.|
by Ian D Wright
$0.00, 307 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #18 in Historical Mysteries
Set in the 1960s, this is a story of obsession, danger, and cold-blooded murder. Crime comes to a quiet Norfolk town and meets with personal revenge from war-torn Berlin.
This fast moving, suspense-filled thriller, takes us from London to the remote North Norfolk coast. A magazine commissions two young investigative journalists, Emily Miller and Steve Moon, to look into a sudden rise in high-end antique jewellery thefts and muggings. They find themselves being drawn into a complex and sophisticated story of international crime.
The trail leads them from London to the elegant Victorian town of Cromer, as they gradually begin to understand the structure of the syndicate. The murder of an antiques dealer triggers a series of events that draw Emily and Steve closer to the centre of the organisation and they then realise its ruthlessness in dealing with anyone who gets in its way.
The tension rises as their informants become closer to being uncovered and nearer to danger. Then the whole story is thrown into disarray when a stranger arrives in town, looking for revenge.
| Sunset Showdown|
by Onias Bondo
$0.00, 127 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #13 in Historical Mysteries
With love comes happiness, gangs and gold.
Sunset Town was a haven of the West, but Mayor Birch has the monopoly over his newly founded settlement, as Captain Jonathan West discovers on his arrival.
A life of trapping and farming becomes lonely without a wife to share it with, so Jonathan signs up to Mrs Dams mail order bride service.
Will his mail-order bride from the East bring more than just happiness?
After West’s close friend Sam stops coming around, West pays him a visit. He discovers something that could change his life forever, although Mayor Birch will stop at nothing for a shining piece of the action.
The flame-haired Rose is ready to leave her life for the West but is clueless as to how her past could catch up to her. Having played a role in the death of two criminals, could she be the object of revenge?
The trouble brought by each character brings a storm to the once tranquil Sunset Town. But who will triumph in the final showdown?
Onias Bondo is an author of Westerns, thrillers, young adult and short stories. Born in Zimbabwe, he now resides in Kent, England with his wife and four children. Sunset Showdown is his second title for Pioneering Press after The Long Trail.
I started making these lists for my own use in 2013 when an Amazon policy change gutted all of the web sites that listed free Kindle books. Before the policy change, those sites would get some amount of compensation for directing people to the Amazon web site. After the policy change, they lost all compensation for the month if most of their referrals that month were for free books. So most of those web sites stopped listing the free books.
I use the description "newly free" for these book lists. That means I won't list a book again if I've listed it recently. There are so many books that are permanently free, or frequently free, that it makes it difficult to find "newly free" books manually looking through the Amazon search results. There are just too many repeats every day. But I have included the links to those Amazon searches on the category headers, so you can always click the link to see the full list if you'd like. My process just extracts the "newly free" books from those search results, by keeping a record of books I've listed in the past.
The lists are designed for easy navigation through the books. Clicking on the blurb of any given book will bring the next book in the list up to the top of the screen. This makes it easy to quickly go through them one-by-one. Each category header has an index of the various categories available, and also shows the number of books available in each category. Clicking on the category header itself will bring up the full Amazon search listing of free books for that category.
If you're in Canada, Germany, or the UK, clicking on the "CA" or "DE" or "UK" link in the top right hand corner of the document will change all of the book links from USA to Canada or Germany or the UK. But they may not be free there as they are in the USA. Usually, but not always.
If an author classifies their book as belonging to multiple genres (e.g. fantasy, horror), it will only be listed in the first genre that I process. I process the sub-categories of a major category first, so that the book will be listed in the more specific category.
The rating and # of reviews will be highlighted green to flag ratings above 4.5 stars with more than 50 reviews.
Horizontal bars above the blurbs may be red. You can ignore that. They're just reminders to me that I have already purchased that book.
Three ways to search for free (or Prime) books on Amazon:
Currently, there are about 90,000 free Kindle books, a thousand "Prime Reading" books, and over 1.6 million "Prime Eligible" books. With only a few exceptions, "Kindle Unlimited" means "Prime Eligible". "Prime Reading" offers unlimited loans per month, while "Prime Eligible" is just one loan per month.
From the initial search results, you can drill down into categories and use any of the left navigation bar filters.
Those same searches with a keyword:
Click on the "search" part of the "results for" line and you can change the search term to whatever you desire. Then you can continue as before and use the normal drill-down and/or filter choices.
There are two Reddit groups that regularly have free Kindle books listed:Kindle Freebies
The eReaderIQ web site is a price tracking service for Kindle books. It allows you to set up watch lists for books and authors, and then they will send you an email alert when a book reaches a certain price, or an author has a book with a price reduction.
The BookBub web site will send you email alerts with handpicked recommendations on books, for your selected genres. Some are free, others just have price reductions.
Galaxy Science Fiction was an American digest-size science fiction magazine, published from 1950 to 1980, and they are now offered free online:https://archive.org/details/galaxymagazine?sort=-date
They can be downloaded as mobi files for the Kindle as well as being read online. Used to be one of my favorite SF magazines. I almost always had one with me when I was in high school.
If you're more interested in mainstream books, check to see what options you have from your local library. Many use the Overdrive or Libby sites to loan out Kindle books. If that's not available to you, or your local library has a limited collection, the "Free Library of Philadelphia" has an extensive Overdrive collection, and an out-of-state library card is only $50 per year. Less than half the price of KU.
Project Gutenberg, founded in 1971, is an Internet archive of free public domain books, created via a volunteer effort that digitizes and archives such books. You can download the Kindle format of a book and then transfer the book to your Kindle directly using a USB cable or by emailing it to your Kindle via its Send-to-Kindle email address using your email client or something like the Amazon Send-To-Kindle tool or an eBook management tool like Calibre.
Notifications of new listings will be made in various GoodReads discussion groups (e.g. Amazon Kindle), as well as on the Reddit FreeEBOOKS group. There is also an RSS Feed.