Free literary fiction Kindle books for 18 Apr 15

Regarding Anna

by Florence Osmund

Things that happen to you in the past can mold you into someone you’re not.

After recovering from the shock of her parents perishing in a tragic accident, Grace Lindroth discovers clues in their attic that cause her to believe the people she called Mom and Dad her whole life may not have been her real parents.

In her search for the truth, Grace encounters people whose actions cause her to be distrustful of just about everyone, making her mission that much more difficult but heightening her determination to uncover what she believes is essential for her to go on with her life.



HEY! LoOk it’s Atlas Shrugged

by HSBK

a short collection of poetry following in the like of william s burroughs “NAKED LUNCH”



In the Dim Fluorescent Light: A Cautionary Tale

by Owen Carlysle

Noted mystery author Owen Carlysle’s restrained approach to crime fiction has already earned him a dedicated following and this short story demonstrates his superior grasp of the psychology, opportunity, and circumstances that create criminals. Frankie Cavenash, a well-to-do salesman is arrested for a white collar crime. Frankie has a secret, though.

Warning: This ebook contains course language and mature subject matter.

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The man chuckled again, and Frankie realized he was coming to hate the sound of the man’s laughter. “This is just where people get booked, man. This isn’t jail.” The big man stood and stretched. “This is the loop, and it’s the worst thing you’ll have to deal with. Once we get through this, then it’s just relaxing time.”

“If I can get to a phone, I’ll be out. We got plenty of money for bail.”

The big man nodded at him; at least Frankie was pretty sure he was nodding. “That kind of crime doesn’t come with big bail amounts. You won’t know what your bail is for a few hours, though.”

“Fuck, man. My son was supposed to pick me up in a few hours on Lakeside. I was hoping to be out before then.”

“How old is your son?”

“Seventeen.”

“There’s no way, man. I mean, there could be a miracle and you could know your bail and it could all happen in three or four hours, but it ain’t likely.”

Frankie sighed. “Fuck.” Thankfully, the man didn’t laugh. “You been arrested before?”

“Shit man, I been arrested all the time since I was fourteen. It ain’t shit.”

Frankie didn’t know how to respond to that, so he just remained silent. The door to the cell opened. “Charles Britt.” The deputy came into the light a bit. “Either of you guys Charles Britt?”

The big man said, “Nah, man.”

The deputy turned to Frankie. “Who are you?”

“Frank Cavenash.”

“All right.” The deputy left and Frankie felt a sinking sadness at his exit. Perhaps the worst of it was the realization that at this moment he had more in common with the criminal sharing his cell than with the police officer.



Escape To Seraphim Island

America was once a land of astounding opportunity, but something bad has happened in America. The land is awash in both moral and economic decay. The cherished rule of legitimate law has been replaced by extortionist political inquisition. This is the story of one man’s persecution, his escape from it, and his rise into superlative greatness beyond all imagination!



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