Six Brand New Kindle Freebies to Enjoy! Download These Free Titles Now: Ken Brosky’s Hunger (Dark Stories, Volume 3), Jane Etarie’s Orbit Beach, Sandy Nathan’s Lady Grace: A Thrilling Adventure Wrapped in the Embrace of Epic Love, James Raven’s Stark Warning, Maggie Toussaint’s In For A Penny and Richard Stephenson’s Collapse

With hundreds of new books turning up free each day now in the Kindle Store, it can be tough to hone in on books that you will actually want to read. And almost of the new free books will be free for just a day or two at a time, so we are working hard to make sure that you do not miss the ones you want!

Here are a few books that have just gone free by authors who have already proven to be  favorites with Kindle Nation readers. Please grab them now if they looks interesting to you, because they probably won’t stay free for long!

Important Note: This post is dated Sunday, August 5, 2012, and the titles mentioned here may remain free only until midnight PST tonight.

Please note: References to prices on this website refer to prices on the main Amazon.com website for US customers. Prices will vary for readers located outside the US, and even for US customers, prices may change at any time. Always check the price on Amazon before making a purchase.

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4.3 stars – 29 Reviews
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The third and final installment in Ken Brosky’s series of horror and science-fiction short stories, this collection includes tales previously published in Via Galactica, The Harrow and other magazines.

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Orbit Beach

by Jane Etarie

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A lost car.
A lost boyfriend.
A garbage job.
A garbage roommate.
A hidden wisdom to make it all better— no matter what.
Conceive
Believe
Achieve…
or some sh*t like that.

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5.0 stars – 4 Reviews
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LADY GRACE: A THRILLING ADVENTURE 
WRAPPED IN THE EMBRACE OF EPIC LOVE
 (Tales from Earth’s End 2)

When the earth blows up at the end of The Angel & the Brown-eyed Boy (Tales from Earth’s End 1) that was it, right? The characters go off in all directions, nevermore to be seen.

Not exactly. In Lady Grace, a few survivors of the nuclear holocaust make their way back to Piermont Manor, Jeremy Edgarton’s ancestral estate. The radiation is gone and it’s finally safe to go home.

What awaits them makes their worst dreams look like Bollywood frolics. Right away, they find out that evolution can work for evil as well as good. Going home requires a battle more deadly than any they’ve fought.

The returning characters appear from everywhere, in ways you’d never believe. Some of them you’ve met before; some are new to Tales from Earth’s End.

Bud Creeman and Wesley Silverhorse, characters from author Sandy Nathan’s novel, Numenon: A Tale of Mysticism & Money, drop in from the year 2015, thousands of years before the time of Lady Grace. Bud and Wes provide needed Native American skills and spiritual power.

Shining through it all is Lady Grace, a phoenix rising from the devastation of her civilization, unrecognizable as the person she once was.

It was a new world, 
but was it one that permitted love?

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Stark Warning

by James Raven

5.0 stars – 3 Reviews
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“Every time you appear on screen someone will die.”

That’s the stark warning given to Jessica Lee, the undisputed ‘Queen of Trash TV.’ She’s the host of a confessional talk show on network television with millions of fans. But one deranged viewer is out to destroy her career. He demands that her programme be scrapped and tells her to stop appearing on TV. To prove he means business he claims his first victim – a young woman who is found dead with her throat cut.
Jessica and her bosses face an agonizing dilemma: take the show off the air or risk more murders. They decide to defy the killer, for fear of setting a dangerous precedent. But there are dire consequences.

James Raven, author of Stark Warning, has worked for over thirty years in the television industry and drew on his experience when writing this novel. He’s also the author of Rollover.
Praise for James Raven’s highly acclaimed thriller Rollover:
“An excellent book. Extremely well crafted and readable. It has a real sting in the tale,” Fred Dinenage, one of Britain’s best loved TV presenters.
“Find a quiet corner and enjoy that rare thing – a tale that makes you hold your breath,” Nick Knowles, TV presenter.
“Extremely satisfying thriller and great entertainment,” Booksmonthly Review.
“Rollover is a cracking crime novel. The plot is pacy and compelling – the essence of the polished ‘unputdownable’ novel,” Hampshire View Magazine.

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4.0 stars – 3 Reviews
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Amateur sleuth Cleopatra Jones of rural Hogan’s Glen, Maryland faces an unwanted hazard when she skulls her golf ball across the number six green and it lands in the inseam of a very dead banker. Though the victim is a longtime friend of Cleo’s, his ongoing dispute with Cleo’s best friend and golfing partner, Jonette, is public knowledge. When the police key in on Jonette as the prime suspect, Cleo sets out to find the real killer.

Amidst the fun of wacky meals, dueling daughters, Mama’s heart problem, lovesick Saint Bernards, a sexy golf pro, a repentant ex-husband and a host of murder suspects, Cleo does what she does best. With her trusty spreadsheets and logical accountant’s brain, she organizes the information and ferrets out a crazed killer.

Set against the lush splendor of mid-Atlantic springtime, this fun-packed mystery with a dash of romance will keep you turning the pages to see what happens next.

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Collapse (New America)

by Richard Stephenson

4.9 stars – 14 Reviews
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America is falling, ready to join the Roman Empire as a distant memory in the annals of history. The year is 2027. Tired and desperate, the American people are deep in the middle of The Second Great Depression. The Florida coastline is in ruins from the most powerful hurricane on record; a second just like it is bearing down on the state of Texas. For the first time in history, the Middle East has united as one and amassed the most formidable army the world has seen since the Third Reich. A hidden army of terrorists is on American soil. This is the story of three men: Howard Beck, the world’s richest man, also diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. Richard Dupree, ex-Navy SEAL turned escaped convict. Maxwell Harris, a crippled, burned out Chief of Police of a small Texas town. At first they must fight for their own survival against impossible odds. Finally, the three men must band together to save their beloved country from collapse.
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One Response to Six Brand New Kindle Freebies to Enjoy! Download These Free Titles Now: Ken Brosky’s Hunger (Dark Stories, Volume 3), Jane Etarie’s Orbit Beach, Sandy Nathan’s Lady Grace: A Thrilling Adventure Wrapped in the Embrace of Epic Love, James Raven’s Stark Warning, Maggie Toussaint’s In For A Penny and Richard Stephenson’s Collapse

  1. Charles on August 5, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    I used to peruse the Amazon Top 100 Free list. Over time it started going from single installment books to more and more that were second or third in a series. This could be due to authors releasing the later installments to entice readers to buy the first book. It’s a tactic I dislike because (and I can’t believe I’m alone here) I hate reading the second book of a series first. Then their top 100 list went to dime a dozen smut novels which had no commercial value to begin with.

    I have been watching this list for a while and I greatly appreciate it but it has seemed (in the last month or so) that I’ve gotten to where I’m skipping half the titles being shown because they’re either a smutty romance novel or they are secondary or tertiary installments in a series. It would be nice to at least see a reviewer note saying something like “This book is part of a series but makes a wonderful read on it’s own.”

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