KND Free Book Search Tool: Literary Fiction

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by Lee Fullbright
3.9 stars - 390 Reviews
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“In The Angry Woman Suite, author Lee Fullbright weaves an intricate, complex, multi-generational story of significant depth.

This novel is told through the eyes of three characters. Aidan is a man who witnesses the consequences of terrible dysfunction between several families in a small east coast community. Francis, the product of that dysfunction, flees to the west coast and becomes the wholly unfit stepfather to the final narrator, a young girl named Elyse. The story opens with Elyse in the 1950s. From there, Fullbright slowly and masterfully moves back and forth to different times between 1900 and the 1960s to reveal the horrific story of the Grayson family and those they touched in their small community. The title of the book comes from a series of mysterious portraits that portray Francis’ mother, Magdalene Grayson. However, that title could apply to almost every woman in this novel, while most of the men are depicted as damaged by that anger. To add to the richness, Fullbright liberally laces recurring references to game strategy, to a particular battle in our war for independence, and to the theme that things are never what they seem. Finally, Fullbright fills the plot with enough unexpected twists to keep the reader in suspense till the very end.

[...] The Angry Woman Suite really should not be missed.” -San Francisco Book Review 
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This story was nominated for the 2011 Hugo and Nebula awards.When her concerned parents investigate a treatment that could change her life forever, Hannah's world is thrown into turmoil.  Unable to speak -- at least not in ways most people can understand -- Hannah struggles to face...
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Movement: A Short Story
By: Nancy Fulda
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The story before A Christmas Carol....
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The Ghost of Dickens: Part 2
By: Mike Valasek
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A haunting short story, telling the events of a satanic world: where intelligent and thoughtful beings kill simply for hunger. To the billions who died for a snack, I write an original, non-cliche, mystery within an enigma. Read with an open mind....
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Black: A tale of conscience.
By: C. J. Evans
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From Jodi Picoult, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Storyteller and My Sister’s Keeper, comes a gripping and beautifully written novella, now available exclusively as an eBook. Set in the wilds of Africa, Larger Than Life introduces Alice,...
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Larger Than Life (Novella)
By: Jodi Picoult
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This is a short story about a married couple on their way to Chicago to reunite with the wife's estranged parents. On the way there they are mysteriously pulled over by an officer that they had encountered earlier that day. This is a really short story, only fourteen pages, but I think that...
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Gone to Seed
By: Vita Vega
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Set some time after Lost Years: The Quest for Avalon and before The Grail War, Blood and Dreams continues the story of Parsival, who in middle age finds himself more the jaded cynic than the wide-eyed fool of his youth. Waylaid as he journeys home from his latest "bloody bit of work for Arthur,"...
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Set in the dance halls and speakeasies of prohibition era Philadelphia, comes a story of finding, losing and ultimately letting go of first love. In 1926, single mother Birdy Whitaker thought her life revolved around her bootlegging boyfriend, Sidney Allen. Sidney, a "high yellow"...
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This is a literary short story of about 3,500 words. A night of surveillance and the longing of a man of the country turns into an opportunity to spend some time in the custody of a Deputy Sheriff....
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In The Ditch
By: Warren Jason Street
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In time, Willie will drop from his high on alcohol and self-pity. In time, he will adapt to working for the black man who used to work for him. Bear now owns Willie's hard-earned heavy-construction business because of a glitch in government regulations. But what Wille will never adapt to is his...
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Something Safe, Something Free
By: Janice Daugharty
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Charlie Allen, a moderately successful, thirty-five year old, Hollywood screenwriter, concocts a daring scheme: plagiarize the best lines and writing from dead poets, recast them in modern diction, and cobble them together to produce the greatest screenplay ever. To live or not to live. That’s...
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Charlie for Awhile
By: Mark Butterworth
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8 Responses to KND Free Book Search Tool: Literary Fiction

  1. Ingrid Stukey on December 6, 2011 at 5:39 pm

    I just ordered a couple of books for free on my Kindle, Thank you so much.

  2. Ingrid Stukey on December 18, 2011 at 6:46 pm

    Thank you for making these Books available to us. :-)

  3. Shanti on January 5, 2012 at 11:23 pm

    Great way to find new writers! Thanks.

  4. John I. Jones on June 16, 2012 at 8:22 am

    Hello:
    I would like to provide my short story collection “Alabama Stories” to your list of free kindle ebooks.
    How do I do that?
    Thanks!!
    John I. Jones

    • KND on June 16, 2012 at 9:39 am

      Hi Lisa,

      Thanks for being in touch. I am sending along a link to our Kindle Nation Sponsorship Info Page for Authors and Publishers in the event it might be of interest at some point. In addition, your book(s) can be included free on some of our search lists, if applicable. Our database should pick them up for applicable lists, such as the Prime-Eligible Kindle Lending Library listings or the Quality 99-Centers list if they have 4+ stars on 4+ reviews at 99 cents, but you can give them a push if you go to our eBookTracker site, register or log in, and enter them manually.

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  5. msdownlow on September 1, 2012 at 10:15 pm

    How about an African American fiction category? I actually have readers who are mad when they get my novel and discover that the main characters are African American. Thanks for this site, it is awesome!

  6. Nancy Wyer on September 12, 2012 at 3:58 pm

    I am 82 and love love my kindle nook..and now my husband wants one. I hope I win one for him!

  7. Carol on May 22, 2013 at 6:59 pm

    I love your site, it’s fantastic. Thank you so much!!

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