Brand New Freebies & There is Something For Everyone! Download These Free Titles: Laurie Boris’ Drawing Breath, Mary Maddox’s Talion, Iain Edward Henn’s The Delta Chain, Eric Thomas’ Fall of the Citizens, L.D.C. Fitzgerald’s Destination Dealey: Countdown to the Kennedy Conspiracy and Tiffany Turner’s Pumper the Pumpkin

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 Thursday, October 18, 2012, and the titles mentioned here may remain free only until midnight PST tonight.

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Drawing Breath

by Laurie Boris

4.6 stars – 25 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
Art teacher Daniel Benedetto has cystic fibrosis. At thirty-four, he’s already outlived his doctor’s “expiration date,” but that doesn’t stop him from giving all he can to his students and his work. When he takes on Caitlin, his landlady’s daughter, as a private student, the budding teen painter watches in torment as other people, especially women, treat Daniel like a freak because of his condition. To Caitlin, Daniel is not a disease, not someone to pity or take care of but someone to care for, a friend, and her first real crush. Convinced one of those women is about to hurt him, Caitlin makes one very bad decision.

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Talion

by Mary Maddox

4.5 stars – 28 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:

Two victims. One sociopath. Lots of terror.

Fifteen-year-old Lisa Duncan has attracted the interest of serial killer Conrad (Rad) Sanders. At an isolated resort in Utah, he watches as vivacious Lisa begins an unlikely friendship with another teenager, Lu Jakes, the strange and introverted daughter of employees at the resort. Lu enters Rad’s fantasies as well. He learns Lu is being abused by her stepmother and toys with the notion of freeing her from her sad life and keeping her awhile as his captive. Lu seems like an easy conquest who could be persuaded to act out his fantasy by killing her new friend.

But Lu has an ally with powers beyond Rad’s imagination.

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The Delta Chain

by Iain Edward Henn

4.2 stars – 13 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
Top 20 bestseller on Amazon UK -Technothrillers

Top 25 in Mysteries and Thrillers

The body of a young woman is washed ashore on a secluded beach. She does not fit the description of anyone on Missing Persons lists. Fingerprints, dental records and DNA provide no leads.

Detective Adam Bennett discovers a pattern of similar cases – unidentified bodies found along the coasts of Australia and the United States, and he is determined to solve the mystery.

These are six young men and women who seem to have never existed.

When her brother meets a terrifying death in the wilderness, Kate Kovacs employs her IT skills to help track the killers. A baffling link is found between these two cases, leading Adam and Kate on a labyrinth trail to a scientific research centre, to a Washington power elite, and to a secret reaching back over thirty years to a war-ravaged Vietnam.

Ruthless forces are gathering, and they will stop at nothing to keep the secret hidden. Adam and Kate just became their targets…

THE DELTA CHAIN is a suspense thriller and an enigma with a scientific edge,  combining murder and conspiracy that leads to an explosive climax.

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Fall of the Citizens

by Eric Thomas

4.5 stars – 15 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:

A pharmaceutical company receives a lucrative government contract for a vaccine currently coveted by the entire U.S. population. They set the price at $60,000 per shot, putting the vaccine out of the reach of all but the wealthiest of Americans. The situation creates a class warfare powder keg that only needs one thing to ignite, the words of a man.

This man is known simply as Max, a man who believes revolution is the only remedy to the disparity between the haves and the have nots. He sets to work at gathering a talented, highly motivated group he calls “The Citizens” and tasks them with recruiting all those who feel like the world stopped being on their side a long time ago. Together they record a message to the American people with Max’s moving words “I refuse to be your slave. I refuse to let you distract me with fear and promise me a tomorrow that will never come. I refuse to let you drain me of hope so that I am docile, broken and clinging to the absolute minimum. I refuse to live my life as a reaction to your choices.”

A revolution has begun.

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4.2 stars – 14 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:

Read the daring new novel that flips the JFK assassination on its head!

The story opens in a world where KGB snipers botched the assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dealey Plaza fifty years ago, killing his wife Jackie instead. The heinous crime enrages Americans and triggers a chronic war with Russia. In present day, the two superpowers are hell-bent on annihilating each other.

A team of outlaws time-travels back to 1963 to fix history. To save the future, they must right the wrongs of the past.

But, their plans may go awry . . .

All the events count down in a ticking clock to November 22, 1963. To ground zero of the assassination: Dealey Plaza in Dallas.

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Pumper the Pumpkin

by Tiffany Turner

Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:

This Halloween short story is intended for ages 3-10. Get into the Halloween spirit with this family friendly tale.

On Halloween Eve, Pumper is trying to be a jack-o-lantern. Only he needs to find the right family to adopt him. Will he in time? Join Pumper in this amazing Halloween quest of being a part of something bigger.

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