FREE Kindle eBooks: Literature and Fiction

by MFPS Team on Mar 2,2015 - Comments Off

Did you know your ability to “read” the thoughts and feelings of others could be affected by the kind of fiction you read.  When we open a book of what we call popular fiction, we can know from the first dew pages who is going to be the good guy and the bad guy.

Literary fiction, in contrast, focuses on the psychology and inner life of the characters.

Here are some FREE Kindle eBooks for Literature and Fiction:

The Warrior (Warriors Series Book 1) by Ty Patterson:

The Warrior is the first in a new series of hard-as-nails action and suspense thrillers that fans of Lee Child, David Baldacci, Brad Thor and Vince Flynn will love.

Keeping Secrets (The Essien Trilogy Book 1) by Kiru Taye:

Have you ever loved someone and didn’t even know it?
That’s the dilemma facing Felix Essien when he wakes from a coma to find he is married to the most beautiful and sensual woman he’s ever known. He cannot remember her or their wedding; he who had sworn never to get married or to give his heart to another. Yet, he feels an intense bond with her that he intends to explore fully.

Country Heaven (Dare River Book 1) by Ava Miles:

USA Today Bestselling Author Ava Miles of the #1 National Bestseller NORA ROBERTS LAND presents the Dare River series, connected to her bestselling Dare Valley series. For fans who like the family dynamics of the Sullivans by Bella Andre, the small town charm of Cedar Cove by Debbie Macomber, and the sweet romance of Fool’s Gold by Susan Mallery.

The Truth About Us

The Truth About Us by Dalene Flannigan:

Three women, roommates back in college, find their lives forever altered when one of them feels compelled to confess the secret. ‘The Truth About Us’ weaves the past and the present in a page-turner that explores the shifting quality of
truth, and the cost of secrets.

The Murder Pit (A Moose River Mystery Book 1) by Jeff Shelby:

Daisy Savage finally has everything she wants. A new husband. A bunch of kids. A charming old house.
What she doesn’t want is a dead body.
When a frozen pipe in the basement of her century-old home leads her and her husband downstairs into a newly discovered crawl space, they find a coal chute they didn’t know they had. And a corpse inside of it.

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