KND Free Book Search Tool: Literary Fiction

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In the spring of 1939, Katherine Sheahan and her father, the taciturn Irishman Jesse, are looking for work in the isolated tourist town of Castlewood, Missouri, which offers bathing, gambling and adultery. Jesse gets a job as handyman and Katherine as maid at a small hotel. Jesse drinks and neglects his work and eventually disappears, abandoning his daughter. Katherine discovers the ginseng, the manroot, and other secrets of the foothills; she discovers herself as a natural healer who has inherited this gift from her Navajo Indian mother. She also has a special but unwelcome gift. She can communicate with spirits. Among the hotel s regular clientele is Judge William Reardon, a local hero who metes out justice by day, then drinks the foul taste away at night. Escaping his sterile marriage, he becomes captivated by Katherine. He is like a man reborn. Theirs is a union of like-minded souls, but a dangerous dark magic is released. Can their love survive? A powerful, haunting novel that explores the powerful themes of identity and destiny, love everlasting and its brutal twin, violence.
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In this chapter 7 installment of MYRTLE'S PENULTIMATE WALKABOUT a few surprises crop up, surprises even to the author [as detailed in Endnote segments of this in progress sequel to MYRTLE'S ULTIMATE MYSTERY]. The Endnotes give backstage views of writing process and more [they've gradually increased...
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The original novel that inspired the award-winning film, Almost Kings is a gritty, powerful story of the choices that bring two brothers together and tear them apart.With their father lost in anger and self-loathing, James "Truck" Wheeler has raised his younger brother Ted as best as he...
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Almost Kings
By: Max Doty
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The classic story collection by a great American masterSherwood Anderson’s unforgettable story cycle has long been considered one of the finest works of American literature. The central character is George Willard, a youngartist coming of age in a quiet town in the...
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Winesburg, Ohio
By: Sherwood Anderson
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A self-loathing tale of redemption for the Hunter of Men. “I am an Army recruiter. My wife knows and finally accepts this, but my mother still thinks I’m a regular soldier doing dangerous things in dangerous places. She’s proud and it’s better for her nerves than telling the truth…...
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The Hunter
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A fancy dress evening in a Yorkshire pub discloses an array of plights and relationships. Karen has returned after five years to confront the demons of her adolescence. Vicar Bernard has discovered Satan. Celia has trappped Eric in her histrionic maze. Linda is besotted with a brutal footballer....
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THE GOLDEN LION SONGBOOK
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"A new novel by Lee Olds! Still writing and getting ever better." Ann Abrams "The pioneer of a new post-Beatnik generation.” New York Herald Tribune "Lee Olds is a thinking person’s writer. Here is a writer to watch." San Francisco Examiner A tale of a...
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Sylvester is seven years old when he tries on his great-grandfather’s harlequin mask. And he never wants to take it off. At thirty, Sylvester is still wearing masks, preferring privacy and anonymity to a normal life. Professional mask makers Carson and Satine are Sylvester’s only...
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What would you do? • Would you kill a man for a lost cause? • Could you find love in a crashing airplane? • Would you obey an unthinkable order? • Could you make friends while waiting for the end of the world? • What would...
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Love in the Dark and Other Stories
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You work at a liquor store. People want to drink, you make it happen. Pretty straightforward, right? Wrong. Find out what it's like to be submersed in a world of desperate change-counters, pesky co-workers, and outrageous alcoholics. Discover how easy it is to learn a lingo and go from clerk to...
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70-something Oreny “Big” Johnson has a problem. Actually, he has two. Or maybe three. The first is that he’ll be dead from cancer, less than a year, which doesn’t particularly concern him: “The things I’ve been through, dying is just one more page in a long bad book.” But spending his...
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By: James Snyder
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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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