Free and Discounted Literature on Kindle

Literature is often referred to books that are able to stand the test of time through their unique, creative elements and resounding messages. Classic stories by authors like Charles Dickens and Jane Austen make up just a small sampling of the literature available to readers today.

Free: Finger of an Angel

Panayotis Cacoyannis

After a romp in a North London wood, 60-odd-year-old Lily drives off and takes a wrong turn. As she follows the meandering road in a state of dehydration, she experiences a series of encounters with angels and demons and ghosts from the past. “Erudite, richly layered, and unsettling” — Kirkus Reviews. Free on Kindle.... Read more

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Free: Written: A Story of Love, Secrets, Betrayal and Honour

Dhipa Lee

What if your entire existence was based on someone else’s story, someone else’s dreams, someone else’s expectations ….someone else’s lies? A heartbreaking story that will leave you gripped about courage and finding freedom through adversity. An intricate plan laced around forty years of secrets. A family desperate to preserve their honor, but will Eleanor find ... Read more

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Spellbinder

Harold Robbins

A genuine and charismatic believer simply known as “Preacher,” returns from the foxholes and horrors of Vietnam with a simple goal: to spread the word of peace, love and charity. “The Church,” as his mobile flock is now known, is a culture that centers as much on sex and drugs as prayers, sacraments and salvation. ... Read more

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Free: Hack

SGM Ashcroft

It’s the scoop of a lifetime – if he can write it before they kill him. Meet Llew Sabler, an outrageous newspaper reporter who makes more news than he writes. When he’s arrested for a disgraceful fake-news stunt, a repentant Llew becomes a public hate figure and is left facing prison. Then his heart is ... Read more

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The Cause of Darkness – A Story of the Civil War

John Bebout

‘The Cause of Darkness’ is the story of a 16-year-old boy named Teddy Miller set during the last full-year of the American Civil War. Teddy lives with his father and brother in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. They lead more-or-less normal lives even while the War rages around them. But everything changes when their farm ... Read more

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Fargo Burns

Kos Kostmayer

“Fargo Burns, the madly baffled, restless and beguiling subject of Kos Kostmayer’s compelling novel, bounces like a pinball between excell and sobriety-as do we, his unsettled readers. Kosymayer’s visceral account of one man’s quest for quiet normality is dark, tense, playful and deeply affecting.”-Jim Crace, author of Being Dead See price on Kindle.... Read more

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The Silver Baron’s Wife

Donna Baier Stein

Hers is the tale of a fiercely independent woman who bucked all social expectations by working where 19thcentury women didn’t work, becoming the key figure in one of the West’s most scandalous love triangles, and, after a devastating stock market crash destroyed Tabor’s vast fortune, living in eccentric isolation at the Matchless Mine. $0.99 on ... Read more

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Free: POLK, HARPER & WHO

Panayotis Cacoyannis

After ten years together, and in spite of some difficult times, Adam and Eva are still as in love as they were when they told each other every day that they loved each other every day more. But a police visit and then a dinner party invitation threaten to unravel all they hold dear. “Beautifully ... Read more

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Second Chances

janet passerell

Carolyn had given up her newborn daughter for adoption at birth 20 years ago. Now she was trying desperately to reconnect with that daughter and establish a relationship. $1.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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Connection Lost – An Anthology of Zen Poetry in Urban Settings

Prudenza Lacriola

Where are you right now? What surrounds you? How does it feel? We got used to looking at ourselves and other human and non-human things as functional objects which exist only as long as they fulfill a purpose. But what is it that lets us be? What is it that keeps us alive? A pun ... Read more

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Free: The Green House

Dan Lawton

The green house is more than a greenhouse. 7 flowers, 7 colors, 7 meanings, and one 37-year-old secret—the green house is the keeper of it all. Its creator, Girard Remington, is a fragile elderly man whose life was shattered by a tragedy nearly four decades ago. And when tragedy strikes again—this time to his beloved ... Read more

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Forbidden Woman

Blair Bronwyn

WARNING: This book is set in South Texas, 1920s-1950s. The author has gone to great lengths to present this story in a historically accurate fashion, right down to the going rate for a woman’s time in any given year. Another result of historical accuracy, however, is that certain uncivilized words are used in this book. ... Read more

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The Rock and the Raindrop: A Space in Time

Bjorn Wythette

Metaphysics, Philosophy, Spirituality, Whimsy. When opposite worlds collide, sparks fly, pitching a rock and a raindrop full tilt into an unexpected but welcome quest of discovery. Replete with poetic charm, this delightful tale is an exploration of the many ways God reveals Himself to us through nature, that, and the nature of our greatest gift, ... Read more

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Eastbound from Flagstaff

Annette Valentine

Simon is running from a lie, intent on believing his own perseverance can overcome anything. He abandons his roots & hides behind his charm, living every moment as if life’s daring him to fail–again. He’s reckoning with his father’s God who could’ve delivered better outcomes but didn’t. The first installment in an epic trilogy that ... Read more

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Free: Unscrambled Eggs

Nadia Brown

Unscrambled Eggs is a stirring compilation of poems about living your dream and finding one’s purpose. Free on Kindle.... Read more

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Beneath the Mulberry Tree

Jennifer Duffey

Jimmy Watson dreamt of retiring to a small farm in the country. After a lifetime of building a successful business, his dream becomes a reality. He has traded in the stress of deadlines for the calm grazing cows in a summer field. But when Jimmy suddenly becomes plagued with a series of nightmares, he must ... Read more

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McCabe’s Luck

Patrick Lindsay

Jake McCabe is no stranger to trouble. Between serving in the army during the Civil War and being involved in a long-running feud in his home state of Kentucky, Jake has known some hard times. Some have said the McCabe family is known best for their run of bad luck. Jake decides to move to ... Read more

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Free: Olive Branches Don’t Grow On Trees

Grace Mattioli

Silvia Greco is broke and living with her father in New Jersey when her mother asks her for help in gathering their family to celebrate her younger brother’s high school graduation. Uniting her feuding family who haven’t been together in over six years and whose parents are newly separated is a truly great challenge. Can ... Read more

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Free: Sweet Jane

Joanne Kukanza Easley

After a broken childhood, Jane runs away at sixteen; returning for Mama’s funeral seventeen years later catapults Jane back to the events that made her the woman she is. She faces down her past and the ghosts that shaped her family. A stunning discovery helps Jane see her problems through a new lens. Free on Kindle.... Read more

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Sins in Blue

Brian Kaufman

A young man on a mission. An aging musician with a dream. Society perched over a racial divide. Sins in Blue is a novel about lost dreams, crippling grief, and the healing power of an unlikely friendship. It’s an engaging tale about two music lovers trying to set the historical record straight. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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Free: Red as Apple

Steven Simon

1986. Rural America. What’s buried beneath the loose straw and settled dirt of the barn is the only thing that could bring Keenan Butler back to this small town. His brother’s quiet and his sister’s optimism. His motel room neighbor under the buzzing lights. Her truck stop clientele. A country drive to set the past ... Read more

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A Cobra’s Bite Doesn’t Hurt

Anil Nijhawan

Abandoned at birth – brought up in an orphanage – kidnapped by pick-pocketing gangsters – will 14-year-old Kalu Cobra escape from the clutches of his ruthless gang masters? This evocative and beautifully written novel presents life in contemporary India with vivid realism. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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The Silver Baron’s Wife

Donna Baier Stein

The Silver Baron’s Wife traces the rags-to-riches-to-rags life of Baby Doe Tabor (Lizzie). After her second husband’s death, she moved to a one-room shack at the Matchless Mine in Leadville. She lived the last 35 years of her life there, writing down thousands of her dreams and noting visitations of spirits on her calendar. $0.99 ... Read more

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Then Like The Blind Man: ORBIE’S STORY

Freddie Owens Wegela

While fiction about the 1950s Civil Rights era is far from rare, few capture the period and struggles from the perspective of a white child. Then Like The Blind Man: ORBIE’S STORY is an electrifying porthole to the South of the ‘50s, where, though inane prejudice may have dominated, kindness and justice also had a ... Read more

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I Wrote This for Me

Vino Venitas

A poetry book based on what the writer saw as he looked inside himself. Each poem is a reflection of the emotions that drove his actions. Each word carefully crafted to find a better understanding of himself. He shares this work in the hopes that it will help you find yourself as well. Free on ... Read more

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The Revolving Heart

Chuck Augello

On a beautiful summer morning at the Jersey Shore, 4-year-old Sarah Carpenter wanders toward the ocean and never returns. The police think she drowned, but her babysitter Amy claims Sarah was abducted. The only other witness, 17-year-old Donnie Marcino, didn’t see a thing. A narcoleptic since birth, he was fast asleep. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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McCabe’s Luck

Patrick Lindsay

Jake McCabe is no stranger to trouble. Between serving in the army during the Civil War and being involved in a long-running feud in his home state of Kentucky, Jake has known some hard times. Luckily, Jake knows how to fight for what is his. $2.99 on Kindle... Read more

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Free: The White Piano

Uvi Poznansky

Coming back to his childhood home after years of absence, Ben is unprepared for the secret, which is now revealed to him: his mother, Natasha, who used to be a brilliant pianist, is losing herself to mysterious disease, which turns the way her mind works into a riddle. His father’s new wife, Anita, looks remarkably ... Read more

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The Opium Lord’s Daughter

Robert Wang

The Opium Lord’s Daughter is a historical drama told from the perspectives of Chinese and British—about the First Opium War, a tragic, love gone wrong, and history-altering conflict. Winner of The Independent Press Award 2020 for Multi-Cultural Fiction. Also, a finalist for The Book Excellence Awards, SPR Book Awards, and the Readers Choice Awards. $0.99 ... Read more

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Northern Wolf (Northern Wolf Series Book 1)

Daniel Greene

Wolf’s rookie cavalry unit is thrust into the crucible of battle near a small town named Gettysburg. Can they survive against JEB Stuart’s elite horsemen? Or will they fall beneath screaming bullets and sweeping blades, becoming more bloody fodder for a lost cause? Start the Civil War adventure from award-winning Military Fiction author, Daniel Greene! ... Read more

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Beyond The Utmost Bound

Joseph Clinton

A fictional adventure novel about a lost young man, the universe, a sacred road, and a quest for the way back. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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Pianist in a Bordello

Mike C. Erickson Erickson

Are voters really ready for the whole truth? Are you? Pianist in a Bordello is a hilarious political romp through the last four decades of American history, from a narrator who is full of surprises. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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The Last Bar In NYC

Brian Michels

Thank heaven for New York City bartenders. They satisfy your boozy thirst in a strife-filled life, and a good one will listen to anything on your mind when no one else will. Our barman/narrator is one of the good ones. He’s been disposed under chins and elbows and cocktail napkins and ashtrays and spilled drinks ... Read more

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Only Our Destiny

A.G. Russo

The Mezzogiorno (Southern Italy). Up to 85 percent of Italian Americans have their roots in this region. The story of the Coriello family begins in the fictional fishing village of Punto Roccioso along the Amalfi Coast. Alta Italia (Northern Italy) looks down on their southern countrymen as uneducated peasants. With limited opportunities available, many southern ... Read more

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Eastbound from Flagstaff

Annette Valentine

This first installment in an epic trilogy that begins in the 1920s, unique in its purposeful illumination of the human condition and its ideological indifference to God, asks the question: “Why was God silent when I needed him?” Simon’s return to the notion of forgiveness is the catalyst for a new beginning as it reunites ... Read more

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Free: The Pigeon Hole

Oliver Page

When a curiously violent crime strikes the suburbs, society’s attentions shift towards unearthing the villainous perpetrators. However, upon closer inspection, things aren’t entirely what they seem. A microscopic examination of the suspects results in a search considerably closer to home… A neoteric take on the stereotypical crime novel, The Pigeon Hole will compel you to ... Read more

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