Read A Great Book This Sunday Afternoon For FREE! 12 Free Brand New Kindle Titles – Download Now!

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, October 14, 2012, and the titles mentioned here may remain free only until midnight PST tonight.

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Deadlocked

by A.R. Wise

4.4 stars – 133 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:

David was caught in the middle of the city when the zombie outbreak started. His wife and daughters were at home, stranded on the roof as zombies waited below. He would have to fight through hordes of undead, merciless other survivors, and a series of death defying stunts to get home. However, even if he makes it there, how can he be sure they’re safe?

Deadlocked puts you into David’s head as he struggles to get home. Then a final confrontation occurs that could guarantee his family’s survival, but at what cost?

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4.4 stars – 45 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
He was bullied all his life. But now he has killed. Now he is getting even and
everyone is a target.But with Lieutenant Gregg Mann’s task force looking for him, he should have remembered the Chinese proverb, “Before you set out on a journey
of revenge, dig Two Graves.”

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4.2 stars – 14 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
Sisters are meant to always be there for each other, or are they? In the glare of reality, clashing views and acts of betrayal can work to form unbridgeable gaps, and the fabric of sisterly love must be delicately rewoven from whole cloth. Reel Life charts the story of redheaded sisters Betty and Jamie, who must call upon the past to forge a new and meaningful connection for the future. With iconic moments of contemporary cinema driving the narrative thread, this absorbing work will cut straight to the heart and reveal the intricate, complex emotions that come together to form a family. Exploring themes of motherhood, body image, ambition and love, this tender, deeply affecting tale of two sisters offers a poignant close-up of this most intimate of relationships, which can both haunt and heal. Surging with drama that is interlaced with subtle irony, Reel Life illuminates how, sometimes, escaping reality can be the clearest path to emotional truth.

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4.5 stars – 21 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

When fifteen year-old Gladius Oldmont is thrust from his peaceful home into the dangerous Longwood Forest he finds himself pitted against a tyrant who has been terrorizing the lands in search of answers to an ancient riddle that could unlock absolute power.

From the shadows of Longwood Forest to the Hills of the Moon, Gladius must survive encounters with a near extinct scimitar cat, an ornery dragon, a horde of death bats and a tumultuous underground river which leads to more trouble.
Along the way, he makes new acquaintances and discovers the true meaning of friendship, including Elle – a girl who captivates his heart.

Can Gladius and friends solve the enigma of the ancient secret before the evil Mulhurt does? If they can, will they be able to do anything about it?

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The Duplicata

by David Thornhill Thompson

4.6 stars – 12 Reviews
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Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
Ned Pearson—wayward son of the New England investment-banking Pearson’s—wants to comfort his aunt Blake over the death of her son Willie. Cousin Willie, a super-wealthy Silicon Valley venture capitalist and collector, drove his rare, $15 million Ferrari off the side of a Sierra Madre mountain to a fiery death. But Ned—an international motor sports journalist and racing driver—just can’t make sense out of aspects of Willie’s death. Puzzled, Ned sets off down the long backtrail that led up to Willie’s crash. Soon, he discovers that Willie was on a trail of his own, searching for unpleasant answers to dangerous questions. Along the way, Ned begins to fall in love with his dead cousin’s lovely (and now very rich) widow.But Ned Pearson has no idea that he is being drawn into the deadly cross hairs of those threatened by the truth he’s seeking.

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Roaring Mountain

by Shirley Gray

5.0 stars – 8 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
When my son, Gary Gray, was killed by an avalanche while climbing Mount Shuksan in the North Cascades, he was buried under tons of ice and snow. I was told his body might never be recovered and that perhaps I should consider him now a part of the mountain. It was the beginning of a journey unlike any I had taken before. For the next few years I traveled through devastating grief and tortuous self-doubt while unsuccessfully searching for reasons why my son’s life was taken by the very planet he was trying to save. Was it his destiny, kismet, or fate? Or was it just plain old bad luck? I had to try to find out.
After three years of being in limbo and soul-searching, and just when I thought he would remain in his icy sarcophagus forever, the mountain was ready to give him up. His body was recovered under extraordinary, miraculous circumstances and the stunning sequence of events surrounding the incredible recovery was to change forever the way I think and believe. My slightly skeptical nature could not help but grow into spiritual enlightenment after experiencing such miracles first hand.
Gary was a lover of nature and he loved the wilderness with all his heart. He was an adventurer who experienced life to the full and a mountain climber who was passionate about environment al issues. But the book is not so much about the man, but about the inexplicable events that surrounded his death and recovery. It’s about passion and miracles and love everlasting. And it’s typical of him that he used to sign all his cards and letters, Love & Life, Gary.

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The Blood Banker

by David Prever

4.0 stars – 3 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

The body of a French banker lies under a train on the London Underground: the first of three of three ‘banking suicides.’ A tragic result of the economic downturn.

Former tabloid reporter, turned blogger, Danny Lightfoot needs a story. And something about the tube death doesn’t add up… When a second banker takes his life, then a third, he’s certain of wrongdoing.

In a race to reveal the truth, Lightfoot uncovers a laundered money trail that leads, via Hong Kong and the world’s largest online criminal cartel, to the heart of British government: Number Ten Downing Street – and a man who will stop at nothing to achieve the power he craves.

But with a hired killer watching his every move, can Lightfoot banish his demons and face down the evil that threatens his life?

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Signs That Might Be Omens

by Billie Hinton

4.6 stars – 8 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Bingham Wade lives a solitary life. He leaves his mountain cabin rarely, mostly to do private contract work finding lost children. Cynical and lonely, bound by regret to the past, a photo of a lost girl with curly red hair forces him to his porch in the middle of the night, where he searches the internet for a woman he lost twenty years ago.

Claire Caviness is married and owns an art gallery in Savannah. When she returns to NC for a funeral, things begin to happen: she inherits money, buys a big handsome horse, reconnects with her father, and suddenly, things she lost in the past return to her.

Signs That Might Be Omens, book two in the Claire Quartet, is a story of love, loss, and illumination.

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Thin Places

by Diane Owens Prettyman

4.8 stars – 11 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
Just days before his execution, Calvery Thomas has reason to believe in thin places. He looks at the world through the eyes of someone who has already passed on. When he promises Finn Tully a reward to find his daughter and prove his innocence to her, Calvery knows the request is unreasonable. He also knows Finn needs his help, and Calvery’s daughter needs the money. Finn is clean, sober, on the downside of a prison term and not about to get swallowed up in Calvery’s problems until a series of unexplainable events propel Finn into the middle of the mysteries surrounding Calvery’s execution. When Finn finds the daughter, Chloe, in Clam Harbor, Washington, he soon realizes she is in danger. Chloe is a tough, no-nonsense charter boat captain involved in a smuggling operation with the very man who framed her father. Finn and Chloe join forces to find the truth behind Calvery’s execution and, in the process, discover the power of a father’s love and the miracles of the world beyond this one.

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Here’s the set-up:

AN EROTIC ROMANCE SERIES…. A SIZZLING PART 2 COMING SOON…

He needs a temporary wife…

The most sought after bachelor, Carlos Kincade is young, rich and devilishly handsome. He has everything he thought he could possibly want until his grandfather’s will stipulates he must be married by his 30th birthday to keep his inheritance. He’s suddenly in need of a wife who can fulfill his every hot desire.

She needs a job…

Struggling psychology student Elsie Sherwood suddenly finds herself in need of another job after a medical crisis in the family cost her family home. Sexy Carlos Kincade offers her work for a month but there are strings attached…and a diamond ring. She must fulfill his thirty-one needs to play his wife until he fulfills his grandfather’s will–but is the seduction too hot to handle?

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From Captive to Conqueror

by Julie Merrin

4.0 stars – 2 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:

Many things can hold us captive. Addictions. Compulsions. Self-hatred. Dark fantasies. Bitterness. The list goes on. Often, we try to escape these captors in our own strength, but with little or no success. Whatever success we have is fleeting.

Then one day, we realize we cannot win in our own strength. We cry out for help. God answers that cry and amazing things begin to happen.

In 2 Samuel 22, we see a vivid picture of one who is held captive by something far too strong to escape. This powerful passage shows how God moves on behalf of that captive who finally cries out for help. God acts. He frees, restores, trains, and equips that captive to be a conqueror.

Julie Merrin grew up in Findlay, Ohio as the oldest of six children. Her parents gave her a strong church background. She is a graduate of Malone College in Canton, Ohio, and has begun work on a Masters Degree in Pastoral Counseling at Columbia International University in Columbia, South Carolina. She lived for several years in Northern Virginia, and taught MK’s for a year in Papua New Guinea where she became committed to serving overseas. Julie has been living and serving in Southeast Asia since 1993. She currently ministers to children and teens at a children’s home. In 2005, she adopted a precious little girl and thoroughly enjoys the role of mother.

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No Looking Back

by Patricia Gauthier

Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
On any given day life is a challenge, at best. For Marla Winters, found beaten on the side of the road, it’s a downright miracle. To look at her smiling face and cheery demeanor one would never know she has no idea where she comes from or what her real name is. She insists on staying in the present until her past comes hurtling toward her with a vengeance. A past she has no memory of. Knowing only that she was found at the side of the road, beaten and battered, with only the torn and tattered clothes on her back.
New in town and running from a nasty divorce, Peter Jensen is skeptical of Marla Winters claims of danger. As the cop assigned to her case, he’s confident he can get to the bottom of it. When Pete digs deeper into her past, what he never expected to find was love. But solving the mystery surrounding Marla proves more difficult than he thought, as does keeping her alive…

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