Free literary fiction Kindle books for 26 Aug 14

Stolen Grace: Part One

by Arianne Richmonde

USA TODAY Bestseller!

Part One of the USA TODAY bestseller Stolen Grace

#1 Amazon Bestseller – Women’s Fiction – Psychological #1 Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

Stolen Grace is an emotionally-charged suspense novel about the terrifying consequences of a mother’s split-second decision. A brilliant balancing act of human drama and psychological thriller, Stolen Grace is the gut-wrenching story of a family caught in a web of deceit.

Stolen Grace is a literary gem. Not since Emma Donoghue’s novel Room have I felt so close to a fictional child”— Smart Books Reviews

“Emotional, evocative and richly atmospheric – Stolen Grace is a novel that will touch your heart. A must read for any mother”– Hot off The Press

“Arianne Richmonde’s powerful story of love, loss, redemption, and against-all-odds triumph will leave you . . . breathless.” — The Literary Lovers

What it means to be a parent, what it takes to save your family.

A marriage on the rocks.
Their little daughter caught in between.
And a woman who will stop at nothing.

Sylvia and Tommy Garland and their five-year-old daughter Grace have moved from the bright lights of New York City to the peaceful wilderness of the Wyoming countryside. But with the recession on their heels, Tommy leaves for LA for a job interview, and Ruth, a friend of Sylvia’s comes to stay.

In an unexpected turn of events, a family tragedy forces Sylvia to leave Ruth in charge of little Grace for just one day. A decision that will tear their lives apart.

Stolen Grace is a roller coaster of emotions with twists and turns, a tale of lies and deception, of redemption and forgiveness.

And ultimately, a story about love.

Among the Jimson Weeds (Running Nowhere Trilogy Book 1)

by Paul Keene

Conor Kelman, a young man coming of age, faces triumph and trauma every day. Misunderstood and not learning or knowing how to deal with his issues, he is in a constant state of awkward discomfort. Weird, different, he tries to fit in, to be accepted. He searches for something to call his own–his girlfriend, guitar, a little white house in an apple orchard. Inwardly, he hangs from a cliff by his fingertips. Gabbie, the guitar from the pawnshop and the ghost that came with her are all he has. Visions that play in his head haunt and distract him. They won’t stop no matter how fast or far he runs.

The Last Good Man

by Simon Petherick

A novel of mystery, passion, loss and longing set on a wild Cornish beach.

‘The novel speaks eloquently for itself…love, certainty, longing, regret, survival. The story features all that and more.’ Daily Mail

â?¨â?¨’A searing story of love, loneliness and tragedy…powerful plotline and stark imagery…descriptions are deeply evocative of the beautiful yet often savage coastal landscapes.’ â?¨Cornwall Today

A man has lived on his own beside the sea for many years. From a choice made long ago, he keeps himself separate from the world of people, and is completely at one with his environment.
His solitude is broken by the discovery, one early morning on the flat sands of a low tide, of a child washed up on the beach. Somehow, she is still alive.â?¨

‘Clearly has an intimate knowledge and love of the Cornish coastline and its unique type of village community, which feature so vividly in this charming and surreal tale of human misfits…a keen eye for descriptive detail and a talent for emotional understatement, building to a heartwrenching climax.’ â?¨Western Morning News

In the village, a woman reflects on a lifelong fascination with an ancient love story as she faces an unknown future.â?¨â?¨ She has come back home to face up to the realities of her life – but at the same time, the story of Abelard and Heloise sustains her imagination.

The new arrival on the beach sets in chain a sequence of events that no-one can alter, and in this mystical work of literary fiction, we witness a man experiencing our world as though for the first time.��

Discover Sam: the last good man on earth.��

â?¨â?¨’Paints powerful images of the Cornish coastline and the village community.’ â?¨Eastern Daily Pressâ?¨â?¨

‘A canny mix of myth, fable and reality and I have cast my mind back to it frequently since I finished it and been able to see hidden depths.’ â?¨Dovegreyreader

Borderline: A Novel

by Kevin Bringman

A family that seemed to have everything torn apart by tragic and inevitable circumstances leaving a man, a woman, and a child scrambling desperately to piece together the fragmented remains. Borderline explores the concept of identity disintegration and fragmentation using intensive dialogue and interview formats, inner monologue, and third-person narrative. It experiments with the concept of time and begs the question ‘what does it mean to have an identity?’ Borderline is a dark, gripping, compelling tale about environmental influences and life choices.

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